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Associate Professor,
Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering
Gillings School of Global Public Health
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Room 1303 Michael Hooker Research Center,

135 Dauer Drive

Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7431
Phone (919) 966 7014  Fax: (919) 966 7911
marc_serre(at)unc.edu

 

BMElab director

BMElib developer

BMEGUI designer

ENVR 468  instructor
ENVR 765  instructor
ENVR 989  technical expert


presentations and travel


SHORT BIO


EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Environmental Modeling, University of North Carolina, 1999,
Dissertation: "Environmental Spatiotemporal Mapping and Groundwater Flow Modeling using the BME and ST methods" under Dr. George Christakos

MS Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of IowaIowa Institute of Hydraulic Research, 1992
Thesis: "Energy Loss Coefficients for Combining Pipe Flow for Fish Bypass Systems", under Dr. A. Jacob Odgaard

Mastere in Hydraulics, Ecole Nationale Superieure d'Electricite, Electrotechniqe, Informatique et Hydraulique de Toulouse - ENSEEIHT, Toulouse, France, 1990

Diplome d'Ingenieur in Physics Engineering, Institut National des Sciences Appliquees- INSA, Toulouse, France, 1989


PROFESSIONAL
EXPERIENCE


TEACHING

ENVR 401  Unifying Concepts, Uncertainty module.
       
ENVR 468  Advanced functions of Temporal GIS. fall 2021, fall 2020, fall 2019, fall 2018, fall 2017, fall 2016, fall 2015, fall 2014, fall 2013, fall 2012, fall 2011, fall 2010, fall 2009, fall 2008, fall 2007, fall 2006, fall 2005, fall 2004, fall 2003


ENVR 765  Space/Time exposure mapping and risk assessment, Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Spring 2019, Spring 2018, Spring 2017, Spring 2016, Spring 2014, Spring 2012, Spring 2010, Spring 2008, Spring 2006, Spring 2004, Spring 2002

ENVR 991-100  Advanced functions of Temporal GIS using BMElib. fall 2021, fall 2020, fall 2019, fall 2018, fall 2017, fall 2016, fall 2015, fall 2014, fall 2013, fall 2012, fall 2011, fall 2010, fall 2009, fall 2008


RESEARCH

Research Disciplines

Research Applications

Active Research Topics (prospective students, please click here)

·       The effect of land applied sludge on the environment and public health in North Carolina:

·       The effect of confined Animal Feed Operations (CAFOs) on the environment and public health in North Carolina:

·       The space/time mapping of groundwater quality across North Carolina:

·       Space/time river geostatistics to map surface water quality along all streams and rivers in the United States:

·       Space/time BME data fusion to map air pollutants nationally and globally

·       Epidemiology of air pollutants for novel health outcomes

·       Global burden of disease of ozone concentration:

·       Short term air quality health effects and financial risks associated with wildfires:

·       Space/time mapping and GIS analysis of monitoring and evaluation data on Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH) projects:

·       Disease mapping of sexually transmitted infections and the opioid epidemic in North Carolina

Current Projects

·       The impact of intensive livestock production on the disease ecology of antibiotic resistant staphylococcus (NSF)

·       Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences Team: Using Science to Inform Management (NASA)

·       Effects of Extreme Flooding in Areas of Dense Food Animal Production (WRRI)

·       Gaston Watermap: A webGIS to inform private well owners in Gaston County of groundwater quality (WRRI)

·       Sensors Data Fusion (EPA)

·       Neurological Effects of Environmental Styrene and BTEX Exposure in a Gulf of Mexico (NIH)

·       Effect Of Ozone Exposure On Revascularization Outcomes (UNC)


RESEARCH
FACILITIES

BMElab, the BME Computational Laboratory for space/time Geostatistics
BMElib, the BME Numerical Library

 


STUDENTS

Current graduate students

Alejandro Valencia PhD student

Angelina (Angie) Bittner MS student

Calvin Arter PhD student

Claire Dust MS student

Corinne Wiesner PhD student

Kelly Hoffman MSPH student

Lucie Semone MS student

Praful Dodda PhD student

Richard (Ricky) Strott MSEE student

Risa Sayre PhD student

 

Graduates

Ruozhang Xu MSPH student 05/2020 (Advisor)

Stephanie Cleland MSPH student 05/2020 (Advisor)

Gar Yeung MSEE 05/2020 (Advisor)

Kathryn Bradford, M.S. 12/2018 (Advisor)
Dr. Prahlad Jat, Ph.D. 8/2017 (Advisor)

Dr. Jeanette Reyes, Ph.D. 7/2016 (Advisor)
Jianhan (Vance) Wang, MSEE 12/2015 (Advisor)

Dr. Elizabeth Christenson, MS 08/2015 (Advisor)

Dr. Kyle Messier, Ph.D. 08/2015 (Advisor)

Scott Boone, MS 05/2015 (Advisor)

Jamie Smedsmo, MS 05/2015 (Advisor)

Dr. Ben Allshouse, PhD 12/2014 (Advisor)
Molly Murchison, MS 08/2014 (Advisor)

Tania Jordanova, MSPH 2013 (Advisor)

Lani Clough, M.S. 2012 (Advisor)

Dr. Jeanette Reyes, M.S. 2011 (Advisor)
Dr. Kyle Messier, M.S. 2010 (Advisor)

Dr. Yasukuki Akita, PhD 2010 (Advisor)
Janie Tarman, M.S.P.H. 2010 (Advisor)
Dr. Eric Money, PhD 2009 (Advisor)
Dr. Sitthichok (Tony) Puangthonghtub, PhD 2006 (Advisor)
Dr. Seung-Jae Lee,
PhD 2005 (Advisor)
Dr. Kristen Hampton, Masters 2005 (Advisor)
Dr. Yasukuki Akita, Masters 2005 (Advisor)
Sudhasree Bojja, M.P.H. 2003 (Research advisor)

Rajah Augustinraj, Masters 2002 (Research co-advisor)

Sacoby Wilson, PhD 2005 (Committee member, co-authored papers)
Hwa-Lung Yu, PhD 2005 (Committee member, co-authored book)
Linlin Wang, Masters 2005 (Committee member, co-authored book)


POST DOC

Yasukuki Akita, Posdoctoral Research Associate

 


HONORS

The Newton Underwood Award is given for excellence in Teaching, Dept. of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2021

Environmental Sciences and Engineering recipient of the Gillings Teaching Excellence Award, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2017

The Newton Underwood Award for Excellence in Teaching, Dept. of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2005

Awarded best paper in Pedometrics for 2005

Computational Science Graduate Fellowship, U.S. Department of Energy, 1996-1999

Graduate Fellowship of the U.S. Department of Education, 1995-1996

Dean's List, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Univ. of Iowa, 1992

 


Students’ honors and awards (total of 35)

1.     1.     Strott, Richard. (MSEE, Serre Advisor), Bunker Award recognizing an outstanding student in Environmental Engineering, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC , Spring, 2021

2.     Cleland, Stephanie. (MSPH, Serre Advisor), Achievement Award recognizing an outstanding Masters student, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC , Spring, 2020

3.     Claire Dust (MS, Serre Advisor), The Linda West Little Research Endowment in Waste Management, Fall 2019

4.     Richard Strott (MSEE, Serre Advisor), Baity Award, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC, Fall 2019

5.     Angela Bittner (MS, Serre Advisor), Gillings Merit Award, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC, Fall 2019

6.     Cleland, Stephanie. (MSPH, Serre Advisor), Triangle Global Health Consortium Annual Conference Student Scholarship, “Estimating the Hospital Admissions Attributable to the 2017 California Wildfires”, Durham, NC, October 16, 2019

7.     Cleland, Stephanie. (MSPH, Serre Advisor), B.B. Parker Fellowship (2018-2019)

8.      Claire Dust (MS, Serre Advisor)The David Allison Fraser Scholarship Fund, Fall 2019

9.     Cleland, Stephanie. (MSPH, Serre Advisor), Best student poster, Community Modeling & Analysis System Conference, “Fusing CMAQ with Observations to Estimate Air Quality and Health Impacts of the October 2017 California Wildfires”, Chapel Hill, NC, October 21-23, 2019.

10.  Cleland, Stephanie. (MSPH, Serre Advisor), Alan and Linda Rimer Endowed Scholarship (2018-2019)

11.   Richard Strott (MSEE, Serre Advisor) Hazen Award, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, UNC, Chapel Hill, NC, Fall 2019

12.  Cleland, Stephanie. (MSPH, Serre Advisor), Weiss Urban Livability Fellowship (2018-2019)

13.  Claire Dust (MS, Serre Advisor)The Charles M. and Shirley F. Weiss Fund for Environmental Sciences and Engineering, Fall 2019

14.  Cleland, Stephanie. (MSPH, Serre Advisor), Gillings Merit Award (2018-2019)

15.   Reyes, Jeanette. (PhD 2016, Serre Advisor) Top 5 Abstracts of the Mixtures Specialty Section at the Society of Toxicology, Baltimore, MD. March 2017.

16.  Katie Bradford: (MS student, Serre Advisor) 2017 Baity scholarship, Environmental Sciences and Engineering, UNC-CH

17.  Calvin Arter, (PhD student, Arunachalam and Serre advisors), won 1st prize in the Annual Hartman student paper competition held among 16 Universities by the U.S. DOT sponsored ASCENT Center of Excellence. He received a $2500 prize. April 2017

18.  Shih Ying Chang, (PhD student), best poster, Shih Ying Chang, William Vizuete, Marc Serre, Vlad Isakov, Saravanan Arunachalam, Fine-scale characterization of premature deaths associated with exposure to PM2.5 from onroad sources in Central North Carolina, NC Breathe conference, Charlotte, April 08, 2016

19.  Elizabeth Christenson, (MS 2015, Serre Advisor) 2016 Graduate Education Advancement Board Impact Award Recipient: For research on hog farm and remote sensing benefiting the state of North Carolina.

20.  Jeanette Reyes, (PhD student, Serre Advisor) 2015 Koch travel award: In recognition of strong academic ability and potential to contribute to finding and implementing public health solutions.

21.  Scott Boone, (MS 2015, , Arunachalam and Serre advisors) Best Student Paper at the 14th Annual eXtreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment Conference, July 13-18, 2014, Atlanta.

22.  Scott Boone, (MS 2015, Arunachalam and Serre advisors) 2015 Koch travel award: In recognition of strong academic ability and potential to contribute to finding and implementing public health solutions.

23.  Kyle Messier, (MS 2010, PhD student, Serre Advisor) 2015 Graduate Education Advancement Board Impact Award Recipient: For research on Nitrate benefiting the state of North Carolina.

24.  Elizabeth Christenson, (MS student, Serre Advisor): American Association of University Women (AAUW) Fellowship, 2014-2015

25.  Kyle Messier, (MS 2010, PhD student, Serre Advisor) 2014 Koch travel award: In recognition of your strong academic ability and potential to contribute to finding and implementing public health solutions.

26.  Jeanette Reyes, (PhD student, Serre Advisor): The 2014 Koch Travel Award, Gilling School of Global Public Health.

27.  Kyle Messier, (MS 2010, PhD student, Serre Advisor) 2013 Graduate Education Advancement Board Impact Award Recipient: For research on Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) benefiting the state of North Carolina.

28.  Kyle Messier, (MS 2010, PhD student, Serre Advisor) Student recipient of the 2013 G. Herbert Stout Award, for exemplary and innovative use of Geographic Information Systems which recognizes achievement, awarded at the 13th North Carolina GIS Conference will be February 7-8, 2013 at the Raleigh Convention Center.

29.  Jamie Smedsmo, (PhD student, Serre Advisor): Department Of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship, 2012-2014

30.  Mejs Hasan, with Marc L. Serre, Jackie MacDonald and Gail Carter, 2009. Outstanding Poster in 2009 Spotlight on Student Research, for a poster titled “High-risk zone of Trichloroethylene exposure in Middlesex County (NJ) using Bayesian Maximum Entropy”, Spring 2009. Awarded by UNC-CH, Gillings School of Global Public Health, Office of Research and Delta Omega, Theta Chapter.

31.  Yasuyuki Akita (M.S. 2005, Advisor: M.L. Serre): Third place poster award given by the EPA Science Forum 2006 for a poster titled “Research Translation in Spatiotemporal Exposure Assessment for Contaminated River Superfund Site”, Summer 2006.

32.  Kristen Hampton, (M.P.H. 2005, Advisor: M.L. Serre) has been awarded the Environmental Sciences Achievement Award for 2006. This award was established in 1969 to recognize an outstanding ESE Masters graduate based on the student’s academic excellence.

33.  William B. Allshouse, (Ph.D. student, Advisor: M.L. Serre) Prize for outstanding research awarded by the University of North Carolina School of Public Health for a poster titled “A Space/Time Particulate Matter Mass Fraction Framework for the Assessment of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons after 9/11 in New York City”, Fall 2006

34.  Joseph N. LoBuglio, on research with G.W. Characklis and M.L. Serre, Prize for outstanding research awarded by the University of North Carolina School of Public Health for a poster titled “Using Uncertain Information to Improve Assessment of Surface Water Quality”, Fall 2006

35.  Eric Money (Ph.D. Advisor: M.L. Serre) received a plaque and monetary award for web development and service to the Environmental Sciences & Engineering Student Organization, Fall 2006.  


PROFESSIONAL
MEMBERSHIP

Member, Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors (AEESP)

Member, International Society of Exposure Science (ISES)

Member, International Society of Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE)

Member, American Statistical Association (ASA)

Member, International Association of Mathematical Geosciences (IAMG)

Member, American Geophysical Union (AGU)

Past Member, International Association of Hydraulic Research (IAHR)


EDITORIAL &
PEER-REVIEWING
SERVICES

Advances in Water Resources

Annals of Assoc of American Geographer

Atmospheric Environment

Environmental Health Perspective

Environmental Sciences and Technology

Epidemiology

Estuarine Coastal Shelf Science

International Journal of Health Geography

Journal of Geographical Systems

Journal of Marine Systems

Stochastic Environmental Research & Risk Assessment

Water Resources Research

Toxicological Sciences


Publications

corresponding/senior author. M, Masters or D PhD students who substantially worked with Dr. Serre

 

Books

1.      Christakos, G., R. Olea, M.L. Serre, H-L YuD, and L. Wang (2005) Interdisciplinary Public Health Reasoning and Epidemic Modelling : The Case of Black Death  In preparation, Springer-Verlag, New York, N.Y., 320 p., ISBN: 978-3-540-25794-3.

2.      Christakos, G., P. Bogaert, and M.L. Serre (2002) Temporal GIS: Advanced Functions for Field-Based Applications, Springer-Verlag, New York, N.Y., 217 p., ISBN: 978-3-540-41476-6.

 

Refereed articles in scientific journals (total of 95)

1.     1.     AA WilkieD, DB Richardson, TJ Luben, ML Serre, CG Woods, JL Daniels, North Carolina’s Changing Energy Generation Profile and Reductions in Key Air Pollutants, 2000-2019, North Carolina Medical Journal, accepted, 2021

2.     JE RudolphD, SR Cole, JK Edwards, EA Whitsel, ML Serre, DB Richardson, Association between annual concentrations of particulate matter and mortality rates: using data linkage and Bayesian Maximum Entropy to target all contiguous US counties, Epidemiology, accepted, 2021

3.     AM GómezD, ML Serre, E Wise, T Pavelsky, Integrating community science research and space-time mapping to determine depth to groundwater in a remote rural region, Water Resource Research, in press, 2021

4.     S RabouliD, ML Serre, V Dubois, J Gance, H Henine, P Molle, C Truffert, L Delgado-Gonzalez, R Clement, Spatialization of saturated hydraulic conductivity using the Bayesian Maximum Entropy method: Application to wastewater infiltration areas, Water Research, 117607, 2021

5.     D Younan, X Wang, T Gruenewald, M Gatz, ML Serre, W Vizuete, MN Braskie, NF Woods, K Kahe, L Garcia, F Lurmann, JE Manson, HC Chui, RB Wallace, MA Espeland, JC Chen, Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Alzheimer’s Disease Risk: Role of Exposure to Ambient Fine Particles, The Journals of Gerontology: Series A, 2021

6.     A ValenciaD, S Arunachalam, V Isakov, B Naess, ML Serre, Improving emissions inputs via mobile measurements to estimate fine-scale Black Carbon monthly concentrations through geostatistical space-time data fusion, Science of the Total Environment, 148378, 2021

7.     C Wiesner-Friedman D, RE Beattie, JR Stewart, KR Hristova, ML Serre, The microbial Find, Inform, and Test (FIT) model for identifying spatially distributed contamination sources: Framework foundation, and demonstration for ruminant Bacteroides abundance in river sediment, Environmental Science & Technology, 55 (15), 10451-10461, 2021

8.     SE ClelandD, ML Serre, AG Rappold, JJ West, Estimating the Acute Health Impacts of Fire-Originated PM2.5 Exposure during the 2017 California Wildfires: Sensitivity to Choices of Inputs, GeoHealth, 54 (21), 13439-13447, 2021

9.     MN DeLangM, JS BeckerM, KL Chang, ML Serre, OR Cooper, MG Schultz, S Schröder, X Lu, Lin Zhang, M Deushi, B Josse, CA Keller, J-F Lamarque, M Lin, J Liu, V Marécal, SA Strode, K Sudo, S Tilmes, L Zhang, SE ClelandM, EL Collins, M Brauer, JJ West, Mapping Yearly Fine Resolution Global Surface Ozone through the Bayesian Maximum Entropy Data Fusion of Observations and Model Output for 1990–2017, Environmental Science & Technology 55 (8), 4389-4398, 2021

10.  Christopher JL Murray, Aleksandr Y Aravkin, Peng Zheng, Cristiana Abbafati, Kaja M Abbas, Mohsen Abbasi-Kangevari, Foad Abd-Allah, Ahmed Abdelalim, …Marc Serre, …, Global burden of 87 risk factors in 204 countries and territories, 1990–2019: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2019, The Lancet, 396 (10258), 1223-1249, 2020

11.  C Chen, P Xun, JD Kaufman, KM Hayden, MA Espeland, EA Whitsel, ML Serre, W Vizuete, T Orchard, WS Harris, X Wang, HC Chui, JC Chen, K He, Erythrocyte omega-3 index, ambient fine particle exposure, and brain aging, Neurology, 95 (8), e995-e1007, 2020

12.  SE ClelandM, JJ West, Y Jia, S Reid, S Raffuse, S O’Neill, ML Serre, Estimating Wildfire Smoke Concentrations during the October 2017 California Fires through BME Space/Time Data Fusion of Observed, Modeled, and Satellite-Derived PM2. 5, Environmental Science & Technology, 54 (21), 13439-13447, 2020

13.  D Younan, X Wang, R Casanova, R Barnard, SA Gaussoin, S Saldana, AJ Petkus, DP Beavers, SM Resnick, JE Manson, ML Serre, W Vizuete, VW Henderson, BC Sachs, J Salinas, Margaret Gatz, MA Espeland, HC Chui, SA Shumaker, SR Rapp, JC Chen, PM2. 5 Associated With Gray Matter Atrophy Reflecting Increased Alzheimer Risk in Older Women, Neurology 96 (8), e1190-e1201, 2020

14.  AJ Petkus, D Younan, K Widaman, M Gatz, JE. Manson, X Wang, ML Serre, W Vizuete, H Chui, MA Espeland, S Resnick, JC Chen, Exposure to fine particulate matter and temporal dynamics of episodic memory and depressive symptoms in older women, Environmental International, 135, 105196, 2020

15.  D Younan, AJ Petkus, KF Widaman, X Wang, R Casanova, MA Espeland, M Gatz, VW Henderson, JE Manson, SR Rapp, BC Sachs, ML Serre, SA Gaussoin, RBarnard, S Saldana, W Vizuete, DP Beavers, JA Salinas, HC Chui, SM Resnick, SA Shumaker, JC Chen, Particulate matter and episodic memory decline mediated by early neuroanatomic biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease, Brain, 143 (1), 289-302, 2020

16.  V Isakov, S Arunachalam, R Baldauf, M Breen, P Deshmukh, A Hawkins, S Kimbrough, S Krabbe, B Naess, ML Serre, A ValenciaD, Combining Dispersion Modeling and Monitoring Data for Community-Scale Air Quality Characterization, Atmosphere 10 (10), 610, 2019

17.  AJ Petkus, D Younan, X Wang, M Serre, W Vizuete, S Resnick, MA Espeland, M Gatz, H Chui, JE Manson, JC Chen, Particulate air pollutants and trajectories of depressive symptoms in older women, The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 27 (10), 1083-1096, 2019

18.  KL Chang, OR Cooper, JJ West, ML Serre, MG Schultz, M Lin, V Marécal, B Josse, M Deushi, K Sudo, J Liu, CA Keller. A new method (M3Fusion v1) for combining observations and multiple model output for an improved estimate of the global surface ozone distribution, Geoscientific Model Development, 12 (3), 955-978, 2019

19.  JE RudolphD, SR Cole, JK Edwards, EA Whitsel, ML Serre, DB Richardson, Using Animations of Risk Functions to Visualize Trends in US All-Cause and Cause-Specific Mortality, 1968–2016, American journal of public health, 109 (3), 451-453, 2019

20.  R Ayub, KP MessierD, ML Serre, K Mahinthakumar, Non-point source evaluation of groundwater nitrate contamination from agriculture under geologic uncertainty, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 33 (4), 939-956, 2019.

21.  JD Stanaway, A Afshin, E Gakidou, SS Lim, D Abate, KH Abate, ..., ML Serre, … Global, regional, and national comparative risk assessment of 84 behavioural, environmental and occupational, and metabolic risks or clusters of risks for 195 countries and territories, 1990–2017: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017, The Lancet, 392 (10159), 1923-1994, 2018

22.  Holcomb, D. A. D, Messier, K. P. D, Serre, M. L., Rowny, J. G., and Stewart, J. R., Geostatistical Prediction of Microbial Water Quality Throughout a Stream Network Using Meteorology, Land Cover, and Spatiotemporal Autocorrelation. Environmental science & technology. 52 (14), 7775-7784, 2018

23.  JM Reyes D, HF Hubbard, MA Stiegel, JD Pleil, ML Serre, Predicting polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons using a mass fraction approach in a geostatistical framework across North Carolina, Journal of exposure science & environmental epidemiology, 28 (4), 381, 2018

24.  R Baum D, GW Characklis, ML Serre, Effects of Geographic Diversification on Risk Pooling to Mitigate Drought‐Related Financial Losses for Water Utilities, Water Resources Research, 54 (4), 2561-2579, 2018

25.  P Jat D, ML Serre, A novel geostatistical approach combining Euclidean and gradual-flow covariance models to estimate fecal coliform along the Haw and Deep rivers in North Carolina, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 32 (9), 2537-2549, 2018

26.  IC Hanigan, GJ Williamson, LD Knibbs, J Horsley, MI Rolfe, M Cope, ..., ML Serre,.. , Blending multiple nitrogen dioxide data sources for neighborhood estimates of long-term exposure for health research, Environmental science & technology, 51 (21), 12473-12480, 1, 2017

27.  Y Xu D, ML Serre, JM Reyes D, W Vizuete, Impact of temporal upscaling and chemical transport model horizontal resolution on reducing ozone exposure misclassification, Atmospheric Environment, 166, 374-382, 2017

28.  Jerrett, Michael; Turner, Michelle C; Beckerman, Bernardo S; Pope III, C Arden; van Donkelaar, Aaron; Martin, Randall V; Serre, Marc; Crouse, Dan; Gapstur, Susan M; Krewski, Daniel; ,Comparing the Health Effects of Ambient Particulate Matter Estimated Using Ground-Based versus Remote Sensing Exposure Estimates, Environ Health Perspect; 125(4):552-559, 2017

29.  Chang SY D, Vizuete W, Serre M, Vennam LP, Omary M, Isakov V, Breen M, Arunachalam S. Finely Resolved On-Road PM2.5and Estimated Premature Mortality in Central North Carolina. Risk Analysis. 37 (12), 2420-2434, 2017. PMID: 28244115

30.  Christenson EC M, Serre ML. Integrating remote sensing with nutrient management plans to calculate nitrogen parameters for swine CAFOs at the sprayfield and sub-watershed scales. The Science of the total environment580:865-872, 2017. NIHMSID: NIHMS838929, PMID: 28017419, PMCID: PMC5326586

31.  Cacciottolo M, Wang X, Driscoll I, Woodward N, Saffari A, Reyes J D, Serre ML, Vizuete W, Sioutas C, Morgan TE, Gatz M, Chui HC, Shumaker SA, Resnick SM, Espeland MA, Finch CE, Chen JC. Particulate air pollutants, APOE alleles and their contributions to cognitive impairment in older women and to amyloidogenesis in experimental models. Translational psychiatry. 2017; 7(1):e1022. PMID: 28140404, PMCID: PMC5299391

32.  JM Reyes D, Y Xu D, W Vizuete, ML Serre; Regionalized PM2. 5 Community Multiscale Air Quality model performance evaluation across a continuous spatiotemporal domain, Atmospheric Environment 2017; 148, 258-265

33.  Messier, Kyle P D; Serre, Marc L; Lung and stomach cancer associations with groundwater radon in North Carolina, USA, International Journal of Epidemiology, 46 (2), 676-685, 2016

34.   Escamilla, Veronica D; Hampton, Kristen H; Gesink, Dionne C; Serre, Marc L; Emch, Michael; Leone, Peter A; Samoff, Erika; Miller, William C; ,Influence of Detection Method and Study Area Scale on Syphilis Cluster Identification in North Carolina, Sexually transmitted diseases,43,4, 216-221, 2016

35.  Xu, Yadong D; Serre, Marc L; Reyes, Jeanette D; Vizuete, William; ,Bayesian Maximum Entropy Integration of Ozone Observations and Model Predictions: A National Application, Environmental science & technology, 50, 8, 4393-4400, 2016

36.  Cope, Anna B; Powers, Kimberly A; Serre, Marc L; Escamilla, Veronica D; Emch, Michael E; Leone, Peter A; Mobley, Victoria L; Miller, William C; Distance to testing sites and its association with timing of HIV diagnosis*, AIDS care, 28 (11), 1423-1427, 2016

37.  Jat, Prahlad D; Serre, Marc L; Bayesian Maximum Entropy space/time estimation of surface water chloride in Maryland using river distances, Environmental Pollution, 219, 1148-1155, 2016

38.  Casanova, Ramon; Wang, Xinhui; Reyes, Jeanette; Akita, Yasuyuki D; Serre, Marc L; Vizuete, William; Chui, Helena C; Driscoll, Ira; Resnick, Susan M; Espeland, Mark A; ,A Voxel-Based Morphometry Study Reveals Local Brain Structural Alterations Associated with Ambient Fine Particles in Older Women, Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10, 495, 2016

39.  Messier, K. P. D, Campbell, T., Bradley, P. J. & Serre, M. L. Estimation of Groundwater Radon in North Carolina Using Land Use Regression and Bayesian Maximum Entropy, Environmental Science and Technology.2015;  49, 16, p. 9817-9825 9 p.

40.  Lani FoxM, Marc L. Serre, Steven J. Lippmannb, Daniel A. Rodríguez, Shrikant I. Bangdiwala, María Isabel Gutiérrezg, Guido Escobarh, Andrés Villaveces. Spatio-temporal approaches to analyzing pedestrian fatalities: The case of Cali, Colombia. Traffic Injury and Prevention, 2015; 16, 6, p. 571-577 7 p

41.  Amy E. Kalkbrenner, Gayle C. Windham, Marc L. Serre, Yasuyuki AkitaD, Xuexia Wang, Kate Hoffman, Brian P. Thayer, Julie L. Daniels. Particulate Matter Exposure, Prenatal and Postnatal Windows of Susceptibility, and Autism Spectrum Disorders in North Carolina and California, Epidemiology, 2015, 26 (1), 30-42.

42.  Jiu-Chiuan Chen; Xinhui Wang; Gregory A. Wellenius; Marc L. Serre; Ira Driscoll; Ramon Casanova; John J. Mcardle; Joann E. Manson; Helena C. Chui; Mark A. Espeland, Ambient air pollution and neurotoxicity on brain structure: Evidence from women's health initiative memory study, Annals of Neurology,. 2015; 78, 3, p. 466-476 11 p.

43.  Jeanette M. ReyesD and Marc L. Serre†. An LUR/BME Framework to Estimate PM2.5 Explained by on Road, Mobile and Stationary Sources, Environmental Science and Technology.  2014, 48 (3), pp 1736–1744

44.  Yasuyuki AkitaD; Jose M. Baldasano; Rob Beelen; Marta Cirach; Kees De Hoogh; Gerard Hoek; Mark Nieuwenhuijsen; Marc L. Serre; Audrey De Nazelle, Large scale air pollution estimation method combining land use regression and chemical transport modeling in a geostatistical framework, Environmental Science and Technology. 2014;48(8):4452-4459.

45.  Christopher D. Heaney , Natalie G. Exuma, Alfred P. Dufour, Kristen P. Brenner, Richard A. Haugland, Eunice Chern, Kellogg J. Schwab, David C. Love, Marc L. Serre, Rachel Noble, Timothy J. Wade. Water quality, weather and environmental factors associated with fecal indicator organism density in beach sand at two recreational marine beaches, Science of the Total Environment 2014, 497–498 (2014) 440–447

46.  Saravanan Arunachalam, Alejandro Valencia, Yasuyuki Akita, Marc L. Serre, Mohammad Omary, Valerie Garcia and Vlad Isakov, A Method for Estimating Urban Background Concentrations in Support of Hybrid Air Pollution Modeling for Environmental Health Studies. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health. 2014;11(10):10518-10536

47.  Kyle P. MessierD, Evan Kane, Rick Bolich, Marc L. Serre†. Nitrate Variability in Groundwater of North Carolina using Monitoring and Private Well Data Models, Environmental Science and Technology. 2014, 48, 10804−10812.

48.  Dionne C. Gesink; Ashleigh B. Sullivan; Todd A. Norwood; Marc L. Serre; William C. Miller, Does core area theory apply to sexually transmitted diseases in rural environments?, Sexually Transmitted Diseases. 2013;40(1):32-40.

49.  Bernardo S. Beckerman; Michael Jerrett; Marc Serre; Randall V. Martin; Seung-Jae Lee; Aaron Van Donkelaar; Zev Ross; Jason Su; Richard T. Burnett, A hybrid approach to estimating national scale spatiotemporal variability of PM2.5 in the contiguous United States, Environmental Science and Technology. 2013;47(13):7233-7241.

50.  Doherty, I.A., M.L Serre, D. Gesink, A.A. Adimora, S.Q. Muth, P.A. Leone, W.C. Miller (2012) The utility of sexual network analysis to augment surveillance and control of sexually transmitted infections, Epidemiology, 23(6):845-851

51.  AkitaD; Y., JC Chen; and M.L. Serre† (2012) The moving-window Bayesian Maximum Entropy framework: Estimation of PM2.5 yearly average concentration across the contiguous United States. Journal of Exposure Science and Environmental Epidemiology 22(5):496-501.

52.  MessierM; K.P., Y. Akita; and M.L. Serre† (2012) Integrating address geocoding, land use regression, and spatiotemporal geostatistical estimation for groundwater tetrachloroethylene, Environmental Science and Technology 46(5):2772-2780

53.  Heaney; C.D., E. Sams; A.P. Dufour; K.P. Brenner; R.A. Haugland; E. Chern; S. Wing; S. Marshall; D.C. Love; M.L. Serre, R. Noble and T. Wade (2012) Fecal indicators in sand, sand contact, and risk of enteric illness among beachgoers, Epidemiology 23(1):95-106.

54.  Sanders, A.P, K.P. MessierM, M. Shehee, K. Rudo, M.L. Serre, R.C. Fry (2012) Arsenic in North Carolina: Public Health Implications, Environment International, Vol. 38  pp. 10-16.

55.  Seung-Jae Lee; Marc L. Serre; Aaron van Donkelaar; Randall V. Martin; Richard T. Burnett; Michael Jerrett (2012) Comparison of geostatistical interpolation and remote sensing techniques for estimating long-term exposure to ambient PM2.5 concentrations across the continental United States, Environmental Health Perspectives. 120(12):1727-1732

56.  Peter S. K. Knappett; Larry D. Mckay; Alice Layton; Daniel E. Williams; Md.J. Alam; Brian J. Mailloux; Andrew S. Ferguson; Patricia J. Culligan; Marc L. Serre; Michael Emch; Kazi M. Ahmed, Gary S. Sayler and Alexander van Geen (2012) Unsealed tubewells lead to increased fecal contamination of drinking water, Journal of Water and Health. 10(4):565-578.

57.  Wu, J.; A. van Geen; K.M. Ahmed; Y. AkitaD; J. Alam; P.J. Culligan; V. Escamilla; J. Feighery; A.S. Ferguson; P. Knappett; B.J. Mailloux; L.D. McKay, M.L. Serre, P. K. Streatfield, M. Yunus, M. Emch (2011) Increase in diarrheal disease associated with arsenic mitigation in bangladesh, PLoS ONE; 6(12)

58.  HamptonM, K.H.; M.L. Serre†; D.C. Gesink; C.D. Pilcher; W.C. Miller (2011), Adjusting for sampling variability in sparse data: Geostatistical approaches to disease mapping, International Journal of Health Geographics; 10()

59.  MoneyD, E.S., D.K. Sackett, D.D. Aday, M.L. Serre (2011) Using River Distance and Existing Hydrography Data Can Improve the Geostatistical Estimation of Fish Tissue Mercury at Unsampled Locations, Environmental Science & Technology, DOI: 10.1021/es2003827

60.  Doherty, I.A., A.A. Adimora, S.Q. Muth, M.L. Serre, P.A. Leone, W.C. Miller (2011) Comparison of Sexual Mixing Patterns for Syphilis in Endemic and Outbreak Settings, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Vol. 38(5), pp. 378-384

61.  Sullivan, A.B., D.C.. Gesink, P. Brown, L. Zhou, J.S. Kaufman, M. Fitch, M.L. Serre, W.C. Miller (2011) Are Neighborhood Sociocultural Factors Influencing the Spatial Pattern of Gonorrhea in North Carolina? Annals of Epidemiology, Vol. 21(4), pp. 245-252. doi:10.1016/j.annepidem.2010.11.015

62.  Van Geen, A., K.M. Ahmed, Y. AkitaD, M.J. Alam, P.J. Culligan, M. Emch, V. Escamilla, J. Feighery, A.S. Ferguson, P. Knappett, A. Layton, B. Mailloux, L.D. McKay, J.L. Mey, M.L Serre, P.K. Streatfield, J. Wu, Md. Yunus (2011) Fecal Contamination of Shallow Tubewells in Bangladesh Inversely Related to Arsenic, Environmental Science & Technology, Vol. 45(4), pp 1199–1205.

63.  Wu, J.; M. Yunus; P. Streatfield; A. Van Geen; V. Escamilla; Y. Akita; M.L. Serre; M. Emch (2011) Impact of tubewell access and tubewell depth on childhood diarrhea in Matlab, Bangladesh, Environmental Health: A Global Access Science Source;10(1)

64.  Knappett, P.S.K., A. Layton, L.D. McKay, D. Williams, B.J. Mailloux, M.R. Huq, M.J. Alam, K.M. Ahmed, Y. AkitaD, M.L. Serre, G.S. Sayler, A. van Geen (2010) Efficacy of Hollow-Fiber Ultrafiltration for Microbial Sampling in Groundwater, Ground Water, Vol. 49(1), pp. 53-65. doi:10.1111/j.1745-6584.2010.00712.x.

65.  Li, Y., J. MacDonald Gibson, P. Jat, G. Puggioni, M. Hasan, J. J. West, W. Vizuete, K. Sexton, M. Serre (2010) Burden of disease attributed to anthropogenic air pollution in the United Arab Emirates: Estimates based on observed air quality data, Science of The Total Environment, Vol. 408(23), pp. 5784-5793. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2010.08.017.

66.  HamptonM, K.H., M.K. Fitch, W.B. AllshouseD, I.A. Doherty, D.C. Gesink, P.A. Leone, M.L. Serre, W.C. Miller (2010) Mapping Health Data: Improved Privacy Protection with Donut Method Geomasking, American Journal of Epidemiology, Vol. 172(9), pp. 1062-1069. doi:10.1093/aje/kwq248

67.  De NazelleD, A., S. Arunachalam, M.L. Serre (2010) Bayesian Maximum Entropy Integration of Ozone Observations and Model Predictions: An Application for Attainment Demonstration in North Carolina, Environ. Sci. Technol. Vol. 44, pp. 5707–5713.

68.  AllshouseD, W.B., M.K. Fitch, K.H. HamptonM, D.C. Gesink, I.A. Doherty, P.A. Leone, M.L. Serre, W.C. Miller (2010) Geomasking sensitive health data and privacy protection: an evaluation using an E911 database, Geocarto International, Vol. 25(6), pp. 443–452. doi:10.1080/10106049.2010.496496

69.  AllshouseD, W.B., J.D. Pleil, S.M. Rappaport, M.L. Serre (2009) Mass Fraction Spatiotemporal Geostatistics and its Application to Map Atmospheric Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons after 9/11, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment. Vol. 23, pp. 1213–1223, doi:10.1007/s00477-009-0326-y

70.  LeeD, S.J, K. Yeatts, M.L. Serre (2009) Mapping childhood asthma prevalence across North Carolina using data collected at different spatial observation scales, Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Epidemiology , Vol. 1, pp 49-60.

71.  Coulliette, A.D., E. MoneyD, M.L. Serre, R.T. Noble (2009) Space/Time Analyses of Fecal Pollution and Rainfall in an Eastern North Carolina Estuary, Environmental Science & Technology, Vol. 43(10) pp. 3728-3735.

72.  MoneyD, E., G. Carter, M.L. Serre(2009) Modern Space/Time Geostatistics using River Distances:  Data Integration of Turbidity and E.coli Measurements to Assess Fecal Contamination Along the Raritan River in New Jersey, Environmental Science & Technology, Vol. 43(10), pp. 3736-3742.

73.  MoneyD, E., G. Carter, M.L. Serre (2009) Using River Distances in the Space/Time Estimation of Dissolved Oxygen along Two Impaired River Networks in New Jersey, Water Research, Vol. 43, No. 7, pp. 1948-1958, cleardoi:10.1016/j.watres.2009.01.034.

74.  AkitaM, Y., G. Carter, and M.L. Serre (2007) Spatiotemporal Non-Attainment Assessment of Surface Water Tetrachloroethene in New Jersey, Journal of Environmental Quality, Vol. 36, No. 2, pp. 508-520.

75.  PuangthongthubD, S., S. Wangwongwatana, R.M. Kamens, M.L. Serre (2007) Modeling the Space/Time Distribution of Particulate Matter in Thailand and Optimizing Its Monitoring Network, Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 41, pp. 7788-7805, doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2007.06.051.

76.  LoBuglio, J. N., G. W. Characklis, and M. L Serre (2007) Cost-effective water quality assessment through the integration of monitoring data and modeling results, Water Resour. Res., Vol. 43, No. W03435, pp. 1-16, doi:10.1029/2006WR005020.

77.  WilsonD, S.M., M.L. Serre (2007) Use Of Passive Samplers To Measure Atmospheric Ammonia Levels In A High-Density Industrial Hog Farm Area Of Eastern North Carolina, Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 41, No. 28, pp. 6074-6086, doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2007.03.004.

78.  WilsonD, S.M., M.L. Serre (2007) Examination of Atmospheric Ammonia Levels near Hog CAFOs, Homes, and Schools in Eastern North Carolina. Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 41, No. 23, pp. 4977-4987. doi:10.1016/j.atmosenv.2006.12.055.

79.  LawD, D.C.G., K. Bernstein, M.L. Serre, C.M. Schumacher, P.A. Leone, J.M. Zenilman, W.C. Miller, and A.M. Rompalo (2006) Modeling an Early Syphilis Outbreak through Space and Time Using the Bayesian Maximum Entropy Approach. Annals of Epidemiology, Vol. 16, No. 11, pp. 797-804.

80.  Savelieva, E., V. Demyanov, M. Kanevski, M.L. Serre, and G. Christakos (2005) BME-Based Uncertainty Assessment of the Chernobyl Fallout, Geoderma, Vol. 128, pp. 312-324. (Awarded best paper in Pedometrics for 2005).

81.  Christakos, G., A. Kolovos, M.L. Serre, and F. Vukovich (2004) Total Ozone Mapping by Integrating Data Bases from Remote Sensing Instruments and Empirical Models, IEEE Trans. on Geosc. and Rem. Sensing, Vol. 42, No. 5, pp. 991-1008.

82.  Douaik, A., M. Van Meirvenne, T. Tóth, and M.L. Serre (2004) Space-Time Mapping of Soil Salinity Using Probabilistic Bayesian Maximum Entropy, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, Vol. 18, pp. 219-227.

83.  Kolovos, A., G. Christakos, D.T. Hristopulos, and M.L. Serre (2004) Methods for Generating Non-separable Spatiotemporal Covariance Models With Potential Environmental Applications, Adv. in Water Res., Vol. 27, No. 8, pp. 815-830.

84.  Law D.C.G., M.L. Serre, G . Christakos, P.A. Leone, W.C. Miller (2004) Spatial Analysis and Mapping of Sexually Transmitted Diseases to Optimize Intervention and Prevention Strategies, Sexually Transmitted Infections, Vol. 80, pp. 294-299.

85.  Quilfen, Y., B. Chapron, F. Collard, and M. Serre (2004) Calibration/Validation of an Altimeter Wave Period Model and Application to TOPEX/Poseidon and Jason-1 Altimeters, Marine Geodesy, 3/4, Vol. 27, pp. 535-550.

86.  Choi, K, M.L. Serre, and G. Christakos (2003) Efficient Mapping of California Mortality Fields at Different Spatial Scales, Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology, Vol. 13, No. 2, pp. 120-133.

87.  Serre, M.L., G. Christakos, H. Li, and C.T. Miller (2003) A BME Solution To The Inverse Problem For Saturated Groundwater Flow, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, Vol. 17, No. 6, pp 354-369.

88.  Serre, M.L., A. Kolovos, G. Christakos, and K. Modis (2003) An application of the Holistochastic Human Exposure Methodology to Naturally Occurring Arsenic in Bangladesh Drinking Water, Risk Analysis, Vol. 23, No. 3, pp. 515-528.

89.  Kolovos, A., G. Christakos, M.L. Serre and C.T. Miller (2002) Computational BME-Solution of Stochastic Advection Reaction Equation In The Light Of Site-Specific Information, Water Resources Research, Vol. 38, No. 12, pp. 1318-1336.

90.  Christakos, G., M.L. Serre, and J. Kovitz (2001) BME Representation Of Particulate Matter Distributions in the State Of California on the Basis of Uncertain Measurements, Journal of Geophysical Research-D, Vol. 106, No. D9, pp. 9717-9731.

91.  Christakos, G. and M L. Serre (2000) BME Analysis Of Particulate Matter Distributions In North Carolina, Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 34, pp. 3393-3406.

92.  Christakos, G. and M.L. Serre (2000)  Spatiotemporal Study Of Environmental Exposure-Health Effect Associations, Journal of Exposure Analysis and Environmental Epidemiology, Vol. 10, No. 2, pp. 168-187.

93.  Hristopulos, D. T., G. Christakos and M. Serre (1999) Implementation of a space transformation approach for solving the three-dimensional flow equation, SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. 619-647.

94.  Serre, M. L., and G. Christakos (1999) Modern geostatistics: Computational BME in the light of uncertain physical knowledge--the Equus Beds Study, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, Vol. 13, No. 1, pp. 1-26.

95.  Serre, M. L., A. J. Odgaard, and R. A. Elder (1994) Energy loss at combining pipe junction, Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Vol. 120, No. 7, pp. 808-830.

 

Refereed articles in conference proceedings (total of 12)

1.      E Christenson, M Serre, Using remote sensing to calculate plant available nitrogen needed by crops on swine factory farm sprayfields in North Carolina, SPIE Remote Sensing, 2015; 963704-963704-7

2.      Parkin, R., E. Savelieva, and M.L. Serre (2005) “Soft” Geostatistical Analysis of Radioactive Soil Contamination, pp. 331 – 342.  In. P. Renard, H. Demougeot-Renard and R. Froidevaux, editors, geoENV V -  Geostatistics for Environmental Applications, Springer, 480 p., ISBN: 978-3-540-26533-7.

3.      Christakos, G., A. Kolovos, M. L. Serre, C. Abhishek and F. Vukovich (2004) High resolution Ozone Mapping Using Instruments On The Nimbus 7 Satellite and Secondary Information, pp. 67-78.  In X. Sanchez-Vila, J. Carrera, and J. J. Gomez-Hernandez, editors, geoENV IV -  Geostatistics for Environmental Applications, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 560 p., ISBN: 978-1-4020-2114-5.

4.      Serre, M.L., G. Christakos, and S-J LeeD (2004) Soft Data Space/Time Mapping of Coarse Particulate Matter Annual Arithmetic Average over the U.S., pp. 115-126.  In X. Sanchez-Vila, J. Carrera, and J. J. Gomez-Hernandez, editors, geoENV IV -  Geostatistics for Environmental Applications, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 560 p., ISBN: 978-1-4020-2114-5.

5.      Serre, M.L., and G. Christakos (2003) Efficient BME Estimation of Subsurface Hydraulic Properties Using Measurements of Water Table Elevation in Unidirectional flow.  In K. Kovar and Z. Hrkal, editors, Calibration and Reliability in Groundwater Modelling: A Few Steps Closer to Reality. IAHS Publ. no. 277, 526 p., ISBN 1-901-502-07-4.

6.      Christakos, G. and M.L. Serre., V. Demyanov, V. Timonin, V.M. Kanevski, E. Saveliera, S. Chernov (2000) BME Analysis Of Neural Network Residual Data From Chernobyl Fallout: Bayesian And Non-Bayesian Approaches, pp. 509-510.  In P. Monestiez, D. Allard and R. Froidevaux, editors, geoENV III - Geostatistics for Environmental Applications, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 555 p., ISBN: 978-0-7923-7107-6.

7.      Serre, M.L., G. Christakos, J. Howes, and A. Gamal (2000) Powering An Egyptian Air Quality Information System With The BME Space/Time Analysis Toolbox, pp. 91-100.  In P. Monestiez, D. Allard and R. Froidevaux, editors, geoENV III - Geostatistics for Environmental Applications, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 555 p., ISBN: 978-0-7923-7107-6.

8.      Bogaert, P., M.L. Serre, and G. Christakos (1999) Bayesian Maximum Entropy Method Using Transformations. pp. 57-62.  In S. J. Lippard, A. Naess, and R. Sinding-Larsen, editors, Proceedings of IAMG '99 - Fifth Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology, Trondheim, Norway, Vol. 1, 410 p., ISBN 82-995162-2-6.

9.      Christakos, G., D.T. Hristopulos, and M.L. Serre (1999) BME studies of stochastic differential equations representing physical laws-Part I, pp. 63-68.  In S. J. Lippard, A. Naess, and R. Sinding-Larsen, editors, Proceedings of IAMG '99 - Fifth Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology, Trondheim, Norway, Vol. 1, 410 p., ISBN 82-995162-2-6.

10.  Serre, M. L, and Christakos G. (1999) BME studies of stochastic differential equations representing physical laws - Part II, pp. 93-98.  In S. J. Lippard, A. Naess, and R. Sinding-Larsen, editors, Proceedings of IAMG '99 - Fifth Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology, Trondheim, Norway, Vol. 1, 410 p., ISBN 82-995162-2-6.

11.  Choi, K., G. Christakos and M.L. Serre (1998) Recent Developments In Vectorial And Multi-Point BME Analysis, pp. 91-96.  In A. Buccianti, G. Nardi and R. Potenza, editors, Proceedings of IAMG '99 - Fifth Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology, De Frede Editore, Napoli, Vol. 1, 496 p., ISBN 88-900308-I-X.

12.  Serre, M. L., P. Bogaert and G. Christakos (1998) Computation Investigations of Bayesian Maximum Entropy Spatiotemporal Mapping, pp. 117-122.  In  A. Buccianti, G. Nardi and R. Potenza, editors, Proceedings of IAMG '99 - Fifth Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology, De Frede Editore, Napoli, Vol. 1, 496 p., ISBN 88-900308-I-X.

 

Refereed abstracts in scientific journals- Published (total of 16)

1.      AkitaD, Y., V. Escamilla, M.E. Emch, M.L. Serre (2008) Space/time analysis of Cholera and Shigella incidence rates across a region of Bangladesh, Epidemiology, Vol. 19 (6), pp. S204-S204.

2.      AkitaD, Y., J. Leber, Peter S.K. Knappett, J. Feighery,  L.E. Band, M.E. Emch, B.J. Mailloux, P.J. Culligan, A.C. Layton, L.D. McKay, A. Van Geen, M.L. Serre (2008) Spatial analysis of the distribution of bacterial pathogen indicators across shallow aquifers in Bangladesh, Epidemiology, Vol. 19 (6), pp. S205-S205.

3.      AllshouseD, W.B. , D.J. Hall, K.T. Mills, S.B. Wing, M.L. Serre (2008)  Spatiotemporal Exposure Assessment of Atmospheric Hydrogen Sulfide Produced by Industrial Hog Operations, Epidemiology, Vol. 19 (6), pp. S241-S242.

4.      AllshouseD, W.B., K.H. Hampton, P.A. Leone, W.C. Miller, M.L. Serre (2008)  Methods for Space/Time Mapping of HIV Incidence Rates in North Carolina, Epidemiology, Vol. 19 (6), pp. S108-S2108.

5.      Coulliette, A.D., E.S. Money, M.L. Serre, R.T. Noble, (2008) A space/time analysis framework for fecal indicator bacteria in a North Carolina estuary, Epidemiology, Vol. 19 (6), pp. S200-S200.

6.      Fitch, M.K., W.B. AllshouseD, K.H. Hampton, D.C. Gesink Law, I.A. Doherty, P.A. Leone, M.L. Serre, W.C. Miller, (2008)  A Comparison of Estimated Versus Actual K-Anonymity When Geomasking Sensitive Health Data, Epidemiology, Vol. 19 (6), pp. S202-S202.

7.      HamptonM, K.H., M.K. Fitch, W.B. AllshouseD, D.C. Gesink Law, I.A. Doherty, P.A. Leone, M.L. Serre, W.C. Miller, (2008) Protecting Patient Confidentiality when Mapping Health Data: An Analysis of Geomasking Algorithms, Epidemiology. IEEE 2008 Conference Abstracts Supplement. Vol. 19 (6), pp. S333-S334.

8.      MoneyD, E., G.P. Carter, and Serre ML (2008)  Improving the Assessment of E.coli Exposure Levels Along Un-monitored Stream Reaches, Epidemiology. IEEE 2008 Conference Abstracts Supplement. Vol. 19 (6), pp. S162-S163.

9.      MoneyD, E., D.K. Sackett, D. Aday, and Serre ML (2008) An Integrated Spatiotemporal Approach to Improve Mercury Estimation and Exposure Assessment, Epidemiology. IEEE 2008 Conference Abstracts Supplement. Vol. 19 (6), pp. S187-S188.

Serre, ML (2008) A Bayesian Maximum Entropy Approach to Adjust for the Sampling Variability of Space/Time Disease Data, Epidemiology. IEEE 2008 Conference Abstracts Supplement. Vol. 19 (6), p. S20.

10.  de NazelleD A, Serre ML(2006) Ozone exposure assessment in North Carolina using Bayesian maximum entropy data integration of space time observations and air quality model prediction , Epidemiology, Vol. 17 (6), pp. S189-S189.

11.  PuangthonghtubD S, Serre ML(2006) Regional estimates of cardiovascular and pulmonary mortality associations with atmospheric particulate matter in Thailand, Epidemiology, Vol. 17 (6), pp. S268-S268.

12.  AllshouseD WB, Serre ML, Pleil J, Rappaport S., (2006)  A space/time particulate matter mass fraction framework for the assessment of outdoor exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons after 9/11 in New York City, Epidemiology, Vol. 17 (6), pp. S268-S269.

13.  Serre ML, Lee SJ, Yeatts K., (2006) Accounting for the observation scale of confidential health data to study the spatial association between childhood asthma prevalence and air pollutants in North Carolina, Epidemiology, Vol. 17 (6), pp. S288-S288.

14.  WilsonD S, Serre M, Wing S, Ball L, Robarge W, Crawford-Brown D., (2006) Monitoring and mapping of atmospheric ammonia for human exposure assessment, Epidemiology, Vol. 17 (6), pp. S484-S485.

15.  Yeatts, K; Lee SJ; Serre ML, (2004) Spatial distribution of wheezing prevalence and airborne lead levels across rural and urban areas of North Carolina, Epidemiology, Vol. 16(5), pp. S163-S163.

16.  Yeatts, K; Serre ML; Lee SJ, (2004) Spatial Distribution of Wheezing Prevalence and Air Pollution across North Carolina, Epidemiology, Vol. 15(4), pp. S68-S68.

 

Other unrefereed articles in conference proceedings- Published (total of 5)

1.      Christenson, E, M.L. Serre (2015) Using remote sensing to calculate plant available nitrogen needed by crops on swine factory farm sprayfields in North Carolina, Proceeding of the SPIE Remote Sensing 2015 conference, September 21-24, 2015, Toulouse, France

2.      Serre, M.L., S.J. LeeD (2006) Risk Mapping of subsurface arsenic in New England using measurement error model and secondary soil-pH data, 4 p.  In E. Pirard, A. Dassargues, and H.-B. Havenith, editors, Proceedings of IAMG'2006 - XIth International Congress for Mathematical Geology, CD S13_03, ISBN 978-2-9600644-0-7.

3.      Kolovos, A., D. T. Hristopulos, G. Christakos, and M. L. Serre (2004) Spatiotemporal Covariance Functions From Physical Models, pp. 157-162. In Z. Agioutantis, K. Komnitsas, editors, Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on the Advances in Mineral Resources Management and Environmental Geotechnology, 756 p., Heliotopos Conferences, ISBN 9608815304.

4.      Serre, M.L., G. Carter, and E. MoneyD (2004) Geostatistical Space/Time Estimation of Water Quality Along the Raritan River Basin in New Jersey, pp. 1839-1852.  In C.T. Miller, M.W. Farthing, W.G. Gray, and G.F. Pinder, editors, Computational Methods in Water Resources 2004 International Conference, Vol. 2., Elsevier.

5.      Christakos, G., Kolovos, A., Serre, M.L., and F.M. Vukovich (2003) Generating High Spatial Resolution Analyses of SBUV Stratospheric Ozone for Calculating the Tropospheric Ozone Residual (TOR), 3 p. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium - IGARSS 2003, IEEE, ISBN 0780379306.

 

Other unrefereed articles – Internal technical reports or newsletter (total of 9)

1.      Johnson D., M.L. Serre, G. Carter, and C.T. Miller (2005) Groundwater Arsenic Contamination in the Piedmont Physiographic Province of New Jersey, CISE News, Center for the Integrated Studies of the Environment, University of North Carolina, Vol. 1, pp. 12-17.

2.      LeeD, S.J., M.L. Serre, and G. Christakos (2005) Bayesian Maximum Entropy Mapping of Arsenic using pH-Arsenic empirical laws, ESE Research Notes, Department of Environmental Sciences and Engineering, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA, Vol 2, No. 1, pp. 12-16.

3.      Kolovos, A., G. Christakos, and M.L. Serre (2003) Visual Representations of Non-Separable Spatiotemporal Covariance Models, CASE News, Center for the Integrated Studies of the Environment, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C, Vol. 1, No. 2, 3 pages.

4.      Serre, M.L., and G. Christakos (2002) BME-Based Hydrogeologic Parameter Estimation, In Groundwater Flow Modeling, Prague, Czech Republic, Acta Universitatis Carolinae Geologica, Vol. 46, 2/3, pp. 566-570.

5.      Serre, M. L. (2001) Numerical aspects of the implementation of the BME method using soft information, CASEnews, Center for the Advanced Studies of the Environment, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, N.C, Vol. 1, No. 2, 6 pages.

6.      Serre, M. L., (1999) Mapping Atmospheric Pollutants and Analyzing Their Health Effect in the Face of Uncertain Information: A relevant Framework for Developing Countries, ESEnotes, July, 1999, 4 pages.

7.      Serre, M. L. (1999) Environmental Spatiotemporal Mapping and Groundwater Flow Modeling using the BME and ST methods, Ph.D. Dissertation, Depart. of Environmental Sciences & Engineering, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 236 p.

8.      Serre, M. L. (1995) User's manual for Water Surface Profiling, Eagle Point Corporation, Iowa, USA.

9.      Odgaard, A. J. and M. L. Serre (1992) Hydraulic Model Studies For Fish Diversion at Wanapum/Priest Rapid Developments, Research technical report, Iowa Institute of Hydraulic, Iowa, USA.

 

Presentations


Presentations - invited talks (total of 16)

1.     Serre, M.L. (together with S Rabouli, V Dubois, J Gance, H Henine, P Molle, R Clement), 2021. Estimation of hydraulic Conductivity using BME data fusion of geophysical and geotechnical data: Theory and Applications. National Seminar on Information Applications, France. February 01-02, 2021. Oral presentation

2.     Serre, M.L., 2017. Incorporating river distances and flow in the geostatistical estimation of surface water quality in rivers of North Carolina and Maryland, Geospatial Forum, Center for Geospatial Analytics, NC State University, February 16, 2017, Invited Talk, Raleigh, NC, USA

3.     Serre, M.L., 2011. Estimation of PCE and Arsenic in private wells using land use regression and space/time statistics, Environmental Health Translation Symposia hosted by the North Carolina Department of Human and Health Services, Division of Public Health, Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology Branch, Invited Talk, Raleigh, NC, USA. February 11.

4.     Serre, M.L., 2008. A Bayesian Maximum Entropy Approach to Adjust for the Sampling Variability of Space/Time Disease Data, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology & International Society of Exposure Analysis, 2008 Joint Annual Conference, Invited Talk, Pasadena, CA, USA.  October 12-16.

5.     Serre, M.L., 2007.  Introduction to Bayesian Maximum Entropy, Department of Statistics, University of Nebraska, Invited Talk, Lincoln, July 11-12.

6.     Serre, M.L., 2006. A Spatial Analysis Framework Adjusting For Sampling Variability And Observation Scale Effects In Disease And Health Disparity Mapping, The Seminar Series On Methods In Health Disparities Research, The Cecil Sheps Center For Health Services Research, Invited Talk, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA, January 13.

7.     Serre, M.L., 2006. Integrating Multiple Source Data for the Water Quality Assessment of River Networks using a Geostatistical Bayesian Maximum Entropy Framework with River Metric, IIHR seminar series, IIRH- Hydroscience & Engineering, the University of Iowa, Invited Talk, Iowa City, IA, USA, April 14.

8.     Serre, M.L., 2006. Assessing Surface Water Quality in New Jersey: Using GIS, spatio-temporal Geostatistics, and BME, The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Invited Talk, Trenton, NJ, USA, May 15.

9.     Serre, M.L., 2004. Modern space/time geostatistical modeling of environmental contaminants and their health effects, North Carolina Department of Environmental Natural Resources, Invited Talk, Raleigh, NC, April 8.

10.  Serre, M.L., 2004. Advanced Temporal GIS Techniques for Spatial/Temporal Mapping of Environmental Pollutants in the Air and Groundwater, Department of Geology, Environmental and Marine Sciences, Elizabeth City State University, Invited Talk, Elizabeth City, NC, March 30.

11.  Serre, M.L., 2004. Modern Geostatistics for Environmental Mapping Applications, Department. of Soil Sciences, North Carolina State University, Invited Talk, Raleigh, September 15.

12.  Serre, M. L., 2003. Scientific air pollution mapping across space and time:  Dealing with data uncertainties and the integration of physical laws. Statistical and Applied Mathematical Sciences Institute (SAMSI) / Geophysical Statistics Project – National Center for Atmospheric Research (GPS.–.NCAR) workshop on Spatio-Temporal Modeling, Invited Talk, Boulder, Colorado, USA, June 1-6.

13.  Serre, M.L., 2003. Space/Time Mapping of Coarse Particulate Matter Annual Arithmetic Average over the U.S., the National Institute of Environmental Health and Sciences, Invited Talk, Research Triangle Park, NC, December 18.

14.  Serre, M. L., 2002. Geostatistics in Space/Time and in the face Uncertain Measurements: The BME approach and applications to PM10, PM2.5 and other environmental exposure analysis, Environmental Protection Agency, Invited Talk, Research Triangle Park, November 21.

15.  Serre, M. L., 2002. Modeling uncertainty when mapping exposure to particulate matter in the air, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute, Exposure Assessment Division, Rutgers University, Invited Talk, Piscataway, March 1, 2002.

16.  Serre, M. L., 2001. Space/time modeling of particulate matter in the United and abroad using uncertain information, Department of Statistics, North Carolina State University, Invited Talk, Raleigh, November 13.

 

Refereed presentations at national and international conferences (total of 233)

M, Masters or D PhD students who substantially worked with Dr. Serre

1.     AA Wilkie D, DB Richardson, TJ Luben, ML Serre, CG Wood, J L Daniels, North Carolina’s Changing Energy Generation Profile and Reductions in Key Air Pollutants, 2000-2019, ISEE 2021, August 23-26, 2021, New York

2.     O.R. Cooper, K-LChang, M.L. Serre, M.G. Schultz, J.J. West, A collaborative effort to build global ozone exposure maps from a fusion of observations and models, GAW Symposium 2021, June 28-July 02, 2021, online presentation

3.     RR Sayre D, RW Setzer, ML Serre, JF Wambaugh, Determining Representative National Surface Water Chemical Concentration Ranges for Risk Prioritization, NMC 2021 conference, April 19-23, 2021, online presentation

4.     Rabouli S. D, Serre M. L, Dubois V., Gance J., Henine H., Molle P, Truffert C., Clement R,  Spatialization Of Physical Variables In Soils By Geophysical, Geotechnical And Geostatistics Methods: The Bayesian Maximum Entropy Data Fusion Approach, EGU 2021 conference, April 19-30, online presentation

5.     S.E. Cleland D, M.L. Serre, A.G. Rappold, Y. Jia, S. Reid, S. Raffuse, S. O’Neill, J Jason West, Estimating PM2.5 Concentrations and the Acute Health Impacts of Exposure During the 2017 California Wildfires: Sensitivity to Choices of Inputs, HEI 2021 conference, April 05 – May 27, 2021, online presentation

6.     RR Sayre D, ML Serre, RW Setzer, JF Wambaugh, The quest for average water:Determining Representative Surface Water Concentrations for Chemical Risk Assessment Prioritization, WRRI 2021 conference, March 25-26, 2021, online presentation

7.     Rabouli S. D, Serre M. L, Dubois V., Gance J., Henine H., Molle P, Truffert C., Clement R, Estimation of hydraulic conductivity using data fusion geophysical and geotechnical data, a BME application, 12th annual GEOCONF, March 9-10, 2021, online presentation.

8.     JS Becker M, MN DeLang M, K-L Chang, ML Serre, OR Cooper, MG Schultz, S Schröder, X Lu, L Zhang, M Deushi, B Josse, CA Keller, J-F Lamarque, M Lin, J Liu, V Marécal, SA Strode, K Sudo, S Tilmes, SE Cleland M, E Collins, JJ West, Using Bayesian Maximum Entropy  And Regionalized Air Quality Model Performance Corrections To Model Global Using Observations And Models For 1990–2017, SERRS 2021, February 17-18, 2021, online, poster

9.     SE Cleland D, JJ West, Y Jia, S Reid, S Raffuse, S O’Neil, A Rappold, ML Serre, Characterizing Wildfire Smoke Exposure: A Space/Time Data Fusion Method for Accurately Estimating PM2.5 Concentrations During the 2017 California Fires, SERRS 2021, Febraury 17-18, 2021, online, poster

10.  RH StrottM, C DustM, K HoffmanM, C WiesnerD, K Chen, D Holcomb, L Engel, ML Serre, A proposed BME geostatistical framework to estimate COVID-19 cases at sewersheds using publicly available data, SERRS 2021, Febraury 17-18, 2021, online, poster

11.  EM Bahnson, P Strassle, R Xu, M Narain, ML Serre, W Vizuette, K McGinigle, Pre-surgical higher ozone exposure may decrease patency after lower extremity bypass: a pilot study, ASC 2021, February 01-03, 2021, online presentation

12.  ML Serre, S RabouliD, V Dubois, J Gance, H Henine, P Molle, R Clement. Estimation of hydraulic Conductivity using BME data fusion of geophysical and geotechnical data: Theory and Applications. National Seminar on Information Applications, France. February 01-02, 2021.

13.  JS BeckerM, MN DeLangM, K-L Chang, ML Serre, OR Cooper, MG Schultz, S Schröder, X Lu, L Zhang, M Deushi, B Josse, CA Keller, J-F Lamarque, M Lin, J Liu, V Marécal, SA Strode, K Sudo, S Tilmes, SE ClelandM, E Collins, JJ West, Mapping yearly fine resolution global surface ozone through Regionalized Air Quality Model Performance corrections and Bayesian Maximum Entropy data fusion of observations and model output for 1990–2017, AGU 2020, December 7-11, 2020, online, poster

14.  SE ClelandD, JJ West, Y Jia, S Reid, S Raffuse, S O’Neil, A Rappold, ML Serre, Using Space/Time Data Fusion to Estimate PM2.5 Concentrations and Quantify the Acute Health Impacts of Smoke Exposure During the 2017 California Wildfires, AGU 2020, December 7-11, 2020, online, Oral presentation

15.  AM GómezD, ML Serre, E Wise, T Pavelsky, Incorporating Community Science Research into Bayesian Maximum Entropy modeling improves depth to groundwater mapping in a remote rural region, AGU 2020, December 7-11, 2020, online, poster

16.  D Malashock, S Anenberg, K-Lan Chang, M Delang, J Becker, ML Serre, JJ West, K-L Chang, O Cooper, Evaluating Ozone Trends and Attributable Mortality in Urban Areas Worldwide, AGU 2020, December 7-11, 2020, online, poster

17.  JS BeckerM, MN DeLangM, K-L Chang, ML Serre, OR Cooper, MG Schultz, S Schröder, X Lu, L Zhang, M Deushi, B Josse, CA Keller, J-F Lamarque, M Lin, J Liu, V Marécal, SA Strode, K Sudo, S Tilmes, SE ClelandM, E Collins, JJason West, Mapping yearly global surface ozone through Regionalized Air Quality Model Performance corrections and Bayesian Maximum Entropy data fusion of observations and model output for 1990–2017, CMAS 2020, October 26-30, 2020, online, poster presentation

18.  SE ClelandD, JJ West, Y Jia, S Reid, S Raffuse, S O’Neil, A Rappold, ML Serre, A BME Space/Time Data Fusion Method for Estimating Smoke Concentrations and the Associated Health Impacts of the 2017 California Wildfires, CMAS 2020, October 26-30, 2020, online, poster presentation

19.  A ValenciaD, S Arunachalam, V Isakov, B Naess, ML Serre, Improving emissions inputs via mobile measurements to estimate fine-scale Black Carbon concentrations through geostatistical data fusion, CMAS 2020, October 26-30, 2020, online, poster presentation

20.  RR SayreD, RW Setzer, ML Serre, JF Wambaugh, Determining Representative Surface Water Chemical Concentration Values for the United States for Risk Prioritization, ISES 2020, September 20-24, 2020, online, e poster

21.  SE ClelandD, JJ West, Y Jia, S Reid, S Raffuse, S O’Neill, A Rappold, ML Serre, A Data Fusion Approach for Evaluating Smoke Exposure: Estimating PM2.5 During the 2017 California Wildfires, ISES 2020, September 20-24, 2020, online, Poster presentation

22.  M DelangM, J BeckerM, K-L Chang, ML Serre, O Cooper, M Schultz, S Schroder, X Lu, JJ West, Global Ozone Concentration Mapping Through Data Fusion at Fine Resolution for 1990 to 2017 to Support Health Impact Assessment, IGAC 2020, September 14-18, 2020, online presentation

23.  AA WilkieD, CG Wood, Marc L Serre, TJ Luben, DB Richardson, J L Daniels, Installment of desulfurization equipment at coal-fired power plants in North Carolina and associations with preterm birth among surrounding resident, ISEE 2000, August 23-27, 2020, online, Oral presentation

24.  D Malashock, S Anenberg, K-Lan Chang, O Cooper, JJ West, Estimates of Ozone-Attributable Burden of Disease in Urban Areas Worldwide, ISEE 2000, August 23-27, 2020, online, Oral presentation

25.  SE ClelandD, JJ West, Y Jia, S Reid, S Raffuse, S O’Neill, ML Serre, A Space/Time Data Fusion Method for Estimating Smoke Concentrations During the October 2017 California Fires to Inform Population-Level Exposure, ISEE 2000, August 23-27, 2020, online, Oral presentation

26.  RR SayreD, J Arnot, K Isaacs, P Fantke, ML Serre, JF Wambaugh, Bayesian Metamodel to Estimate Risk for Thousands of Chemicals in Surface Water, ACS 2020,  August 17-20, 2020, online, Oral presentation

27.  RR SayreD, RW Setzer, ML Serre, JF Wambaugh, Determining Representative National Surface Water Chemical Concentration Ranges for Risk Prioritization in Drinking Water, Environmental Modeling Public Meeting (EMPM) 2020,  August 5, 2020, online, Oral presentation  

28.  D Younan, X Wang, AJ Petkus, TL Gruenewald, R Casanova, M Serre, W Vizuete, DP Beavers, MN Braskie, K He, N Woods, L Garcia, RB Wallace, SM Resnick, JE Manson, M Gatz, HC Chui, MA Espeland, JC Chen, Increased neuroanatomic risk for Alzheimer’s disease at preclinical stage: Exploring the interaction of fine particle exposure and psychosocial stress, Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2020, July 26-30, 2020, Amsterdam, Oral presentation

29.  O Nawaz, Y Zhang, DQ Tong, A Van Dondelaar, R Martin, ML Serre, JJ West, Health Benefits of Decreases in PM2.5 and Ozone in the United States, 1990-2016, NASA HAQAST2000, Final Showcase, July 21-22, 2020, online poster presentation

30.  SE ClelandD, JJ West, Y Jia, S Reid, S Raffuse, S O’Neill, A Rappold, ML Serre, Estimating PM2.5 Through Data Fusion & Evaluating the Health Impact of the 2017 California Wildfires, NASA HAQAST2000, Final Showcase, July 21-22, 2020, online poster presentation

31.  SE Cleland M, ML Serre, J Becker M, M DeLang M, JJ West;  Evaluating the Acute Health Impact of PM2.5 Exposure During the October 2017 California Wildfires, The 3rd International Smoke Symposium, April 20-24, 2020, Raleigh, NC, USA, online oral talk

32.  EM Bahnson, PD Strassle, R Xu M, W Vizuete, ML Serre, KL McGinigle, Pre-surgical Exposure To Higher Levels Of Ozone May Decrease Patency Rates After Lower Extremity Revascularization: A Pilot Study, Society For Clinical Vascular Surgery (SCVS) 48th Annual Symposium, March 14 - 18, 2020, Huntington Beach, CA, USA, e-poster

33.  V. Isakov, A. Valencia D, S. Arunachalam, B. Naess, M. Breen, And M. Serre, Application Of Data Fusion Methods For Urban-Scale Air Quality Characterization,  International Conference on Air Quality – Science and Application, 12th International Conference on Air Quality, March 9-13, 2020, Thessaloniki, Greece, online presentation

34.  M Delang, S Cleland, J Becker, M Serre, JJ West , Pollutant Concentration Mapping to Support Health Impact Assessment: Global Ozone Concentrations, and PM from California Wildfires, NASA HAQAST2000, Webinar Series, March 3, 2020, online presentation,.

35.  C Wiesner D, R Beattie, J Stewart, K Hristova, ML Serre, Land-Use Impacts the Flow of Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Recreational Waters, Epidemics7 - International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics, December 3-6, 2019, Charleston, SC, USA, poster presentation

36.  D Younan, AJ Petkus, X Wang, R Casanova, R Barnard, SA Gaussoin, S Saldana, SM Resnick, ML Serre, W Vizuete, VW Henderson, BC Sachs, DP Beavers, JA Salinas, SA Shumaker, JE Manson, M Gatz, SR Rapp, HC Chui, MA Espeland, M Gatz, JC Chen, Increased Neuroanatomic Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease Associated with Fine Particle Exposure: Exploring the Role of Cognitive Reserve, International Conference on Cognitive Reserve in the Dementias and other Disorders (ResDem), November 15-16, 2019, Munich, Germany

37.  S Cleland M, ML Serre, J Becker M, M DeLangM, J West, Fusing CMAQ with Observations to Estimate Air Quality & Health Impacts of Oct. 2017 CA Wildfires, The 18th Annual CMAS Conference, October 21-23, 2019, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, poster presentation

38.  M DeLang M, J Becker M, KL Chang, O Cooper, S Cleland, M Schultz, S Schroder, J West, ML Serre, CCMI & NASA modelers, Mapping Global Surface Ozone Concentrations through the Statistical Fusion of Observations and Models, The 18th Annual CMAS Conference, October 21-23, 2019, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, poster presentation

39.  C Wiesner D, R Beattie, K Hristova, J Stewart, ML Serre, Land-use Impacts the Flow of Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Recreational Surface Waters, Epidemics7 - International Conference on Infectious Disease Dynamics, December 3-6, 2019, Charleston, SC, USA, poster presentation

40.  N Pisanic, C Ordak, A Corrigan, F Curriero, V Coffman, S RhodesD, C WiesnerD, ML Serre, J Stewart, D Hall, CD. Heaney, Environmental contamination of outdoor and indoor household surfaces with pig waste in a region with high density of industrial hog operations, North Carolina, USA, Environmental Justice Summit, October 18-19, 2019, Whitakers, NC, USA, poster presentation

41.  S Cleland M, ML Serre, J Becker M, M DeLangM, J West, Estimating the Hospital Admissions Attributable to the 2017 California Wildfires, 2019 triangle global health annual conference, Durham, NC, October 16 2019, poster presentation

42.  A Valencia D, ML Serre, S Arunachalam, Trade-offs in air pollution exposures due to on-road fleet electrification in North Carolina, International Technical Meeting on Air Pollution Modelling and its Application, September 23-27, 2019, Hamburg, Germany

43.  AJ Petkus, D Younan, MA Espeland, KF Widaman, X Wang, W Vizuete, ML Serre, JE Manson, SM Resnick, JC Chen, Exposure to fine particulate matter and temporal dynamics of episodic memory and depressive symptoms in older women, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) Annual Conference, August 25-28, 2019, Utrecht, the Netherlands

44.  X Wang, AJ Petkus, D Younan, DP Beavers, MA Espeland, ML Serre, HC Chui, SM Resnick, JC Chen, Modeling exposure effects on the trajectories of longitudinal outcome measures: an example of studying fine particulate matter and late-life depressive symptoms, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) Annual Conference, August 25-28, 2019, Utrecht, the Netherlands, poster presentation

45.  D Younan, X Wang, AJ Petkus, ML Serre, W Vizuete, MA Espeland, M Gatz, SM Resnick, SA Shumaker, JC Chen, Longitudinal Analyses of Fine Particulate Pollution and Volumetric Changes in the Medial Temporal Lobe, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) Annual Conference, August 25-28, 2019, Utrecht, the Netherlands, poster presentation

46.  D Younan, AJ Petkus, X Wang, SM Resnick, ML Serre, W Vizuete, V Henderson, BC Sachs, DP Beavers, J Salinas, SA Shumaker, JE Manson, M Gatz, SR Rapp, HC Chui, MA Espeland, JC Chen, Heterogeneity in the Increased Risk for Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Dementias Associated with Fine Particle Exposure: Exploring the Role of Cognitive Reserve, Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2019, July 14-18, 2019, Los Angeles, USA,

47.  C Chen, P Xun, J Kaufman, KM Hayden, MA Espeland, EA Whitsel, ML Serre, W Vizuete, T Orchard, X Wang, HC Chui, JC Chen, Ka He, Adherence to Mind Diet Modifies the Association between Air Pollution and Brain Aging: Findings from the Women’s Health Initiative Memory Study – MRI Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2019, July 14-18, 2019, Los Angeles, USA, poster presentation

48.  AJ Petkus, D Younan, KF Widaman, X Wang, R Casanova, MA Espeland, M Gatz, V Henderson, JE Manson, SR Rapp, BC Sachs, ML Serre, SA Gaussoin, R Barnard, S Saldana, W Vizuete, DP Beavers, J Salinas, HC Chui, SM Resnick, SA Shumaker, JC Chen, The Association between Particulate Matter and Episodic Memory Decline Is Partially Mediated By Early Neuroanatomic Biomarkers of Alzheimer’s Disease, Alzheimer’s Association International Conference 2019, July 14-18, 2019, Los Angeles, USA

49.  S ClelandM, J BeckerM, M DeLangM, ML Serre, J West, Mapping the Air Quality & Health Impacts of The 2017 California Wildfires, NASA Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences Team 6 (HAQAST6) conference, July 10-12, 2019, Pasadena, CA, USA, poster presentation

50.  J Becker M, M DeLang M, KL Chang, O Cooper, S Cleland M, E Collins, ML Serre, JJ West, Mapping Global Surface Ozone Concentrations through the Statistical Fusion of Observations and Models using Bayesian Maximum Entropy, NASA Health and Air Quality Applied Sciences Team 6 (HAQAST6) conference, July 10-12, 2019, Pasadena, CA, USA, poster presentation

51.  C Wiesner D, R Beattie, K Hristova, J Stewart, ML Serre, Space/Time Modeling of Antimicrobial Resistance using qPCR from Antibiotic Resistance Genes in Rivers and Streams in Kewaunee, County, Wisconsin, Water Microbiology Conference, May 14-16, 2019, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, poster presentation

52.  R Sayre D, ML Serre, Spatiotemporal analysis of Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate in Indiana surface waters, 1997-2010 Water Research Resources Institute conference, March 21-22, 2019, Raleigh, NC, USA, poster presentation

53.  Andrew J Petkus, Mark Espeland, Xinhui Wang, Diana Younan, William Vizuete, Marc Serre, Margaret Gatz, Helena Chui, JoAnn Manson, Susan Resnick, Jiu-Chiuan Chen, Particulate Air Pollutants and Trajectories of Depressive Symptoms in Older Women, , ISEE Conference 2018, 26-30 August, 2018, Ottawa, Canada, oral presentation

54.  Diana Younan, Xinhui Wang, Fred Lurmann, Marc Serre, William Vizuete, Ka He, Meredith N Braskie, Margaret Gatz, Helena C Chui, Mark A Espeland, Jiu-Chiuan Chen, Racial-Ethnic Disparities In Alzheimer’s Risk: Role Of Exposure To Ambient Fine Particles, The Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2018, July 22-26, 2018, Chicago, USA, Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association 14 (7), P1613, poster presentation

55.  Diana Younan, Xinhui Wang, Andrew J. Petkus, Ramon Casanova, Ryan Barnard, Sarah A. Gaussoin, Santiago Saldana, Susan M. Resnick, Marc Serre, William Vizuete, Sally A. Shumaker, Margaret Gatz, Helena Chang Chui, Mark A. Espeland, Jiu-Chiuan Chen, Environmental Determinants Of Neuroanatomic Risk For Alzheimer’s Disease In Older Women: Role Of Fine Particulate Matter, The Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2018, July 22-26, 2018, Chicago, USA, Alzheimer's & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer's Association 14 (7), P278, poster presentation

56.  C Chen, P Xun, J Kaufman, K Hayden, E Whitsel, ML Serre, W Vizuete, T Orchard, X Wang, M Espeland, H Chui, JC Chen, Ka He, Does intake of long-chain omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids modify the association between particulate air pollutants and brain volume in older women? Findings from Women’s Health Initiative Memory Study, The Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2018, July 22-26, 2018, Chicago, USA, poster presentation

57.  Adrien WilkieD, Steve Wing, Yasu Akita, Marc Serre, Stephanie Engel, Alex Keil Community health impacts from treated sewage sludge (TSS) applied to rural land: markers of off-site migration, Environmental Justice Summit, October 20-21, 2017, Whitakers, NC, USA

58.  M. BuechleinD, M. Serre, J. West, Y. Zhang, Statistical Fusion of Present-Day Observed Global Ozone Concentrations and CCMI-1 Multi-Model Surface Ozone, Annual Meeting of the International Society of Exposure Science, 2017, October 15-19, Research Triangle Park, NC, USA

59.  Ivan C. Hanigan, Geoffrey G. Morgan, Grant J. Williamson, Luke D. Knibbs, Joshua Horsley, Margaret Rolfe, Martin Cope, Christine T. Cowie, Jane S. Heyworth, Marc L. Serre, Blending multiple data sources for neighbourhood estimates of long-term nitrogen dioxide exposure for health research, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) Annual Conference, September 24-28, 2017, Sydney, Australia

60.  Yue Zhang, Xinhui Wang, Mark A Espeland, Margaret Gatz, Kathleen M Hayden, JoAnn E Manson, Marc L Serre, Helena C Chui, William Vizuete, Meng Liu, Jiu-Chiuan Chen, Trajectories of Cognitive Aging in Older Women: Role of Fine Particulate Matter, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE) Annual Conference, September 24-28, 2017, Sydney, Australia

61.  Jiu-Chiuan Chen, Ramon Casanova, Xinhui Wang, Marc L. Serre, William Vizuete, Helena Chang Chui, Susan M. Resnick, Mark A. Espeland, Neurotoxic Effects of Ambient Air Pollution on Brain Structure and Dementia Risk in Older Women, International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) World Congress, July 23-27, 2017, San Francisco, CA, USA

62.  Casanova R., Wang X., Xu Y., Reyes J. D, Serre ML., Vizuete W., Driscoll I., Chui H., Resnick SM., Espeland MA., Chen JC, Neurotoxicity of Ambient Air Pollution on Brain Structure of Older Women, ISEE conference, September 01-04, 2016, Rome, Italy

63.  Prahlad JatD and Marc L. Serre, Space/Time Geostatistical Estimation of Chloride along Maryland Rivers Using a Covariance Model with River Distances, International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, June 6-10, 2016, Houston, TX, US, oral presentation

64.  Riyana Ayub, Daniel R. Obenour, Kyle P. MessierD, Marc L. Serre, and Kumar Mahinthakumar, Non-point source evaluation of groundwater contamination from agriculture under geologic and hydrologic uncertainty, ASCE EWRI conference, May 22-26, 2016, West Palm Beach, FL, USA, poster presentation

65.  Shih Ying ChangD, William Vizuete, Marc Serre, Vlad Isakov, Saravanan Arunachalam,  Fine-scale characterization of premature deaths associated with exposure to PM2.5 from onroad sources in Central North Carolina, NC Breathe Conference, April 08, 2016, Charlotte, NC, poster presentation

66.  David A. HolcombD, Kyle P. MessierD, Marc L. Serre, Jakob Rowny, Jill R. Stewart, Predicting microbial water quality in an inland stream network: a comparison of statistical modeling approaches and the role of observational data in assessing compliance with water quality standards, Water Research Resources Institute conference, March 17-19, 2016, Raleigh, NC, USA, poster presentation

67.  Reyes, J. D, Serre, M., Vizuete, W., Xu, Y. A Novel Approach of Understanding and Incorporating Error of Chemical Transport Models into a Geostatistical Framework, American Geophysical Union, December 15, 2015, San Francisco, CA, USA, Oral Presentation.

68.  Messier, K. D, Serre, M., Development of an Anisotropic Geological-Based Land Use Regression and Bayesian Maximum Entropy Model for Estimating Groundwater Radon across Northing Carolina, American Geophysical Union, December 15, 2015, San Francisco, CA, USA, Poster.

69.  M.L. Nadimpalli, S.M. Rhodes, M.L. Serre, C.D. Heaney, J.R. Stewart, Recovery of antibiotic-resistant Staphylococcus aureus from surfaces in industrial hog operation workers’ households in North Carolina, 4th ASM-ESCMID Conference on Methicillin-resistant Staphylococci in Animals: Veterinary and Public Health Implications, November 02-05, 2015, Chicago, Poster Presentation.

70.  Reyes, J. and Serre, M. Non-Linear Regionalized PM2.5 Community Multi-scale Air Quality Model Performance Evaluation, International Society of Exposure Science, October 21, 2015, Henderson, NV, USA, Oral Presentation.

71.  Reyes, J., Vizuete, W., and Serre, M. A Novel Approach to Characterizing Regionalized PM2.5 Community Multi-scale Air Quality Model Performance, Community Modeling and Analysis, October 6, 2015, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, Poster Presentation.

72.  Shih Ying Chang, Saravanan Arunachalam, Marc Serre, Vlad Isakov, Characterizing the premature death associated with exposure to PM2.5 from onroad sources, , Community Modeling and Analysis, October 6, 2015, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, Oral Presentation.

73.  Christenson, E, M.L. Serre, Using remote sensing to calculate plant available nitrogen needed by crops on swine factory farm sprayfields in North Carolina, SPIE Remote Sensing 2015 conference, September 21-24, 2015, Toulouse, France. Presentation

74.  Casanova R., Wang X. Reyes J., Akita Y.,  Serre ML., Vizuete W., Chui H., Driscoll I., Resnick SM., Espeland MA., Chen JC, Exposures to fine particulate air pollutants are associated with smaller brain volumes in older women: a voxel-based analysis, Alzheimer's Association International Conference, July 18-23, 2015, Washington DC, USA, Oral presentation.

75.  Cope AB, KA. Powers, ML Serre, PA Leone, ME Emch, VL Mobley, WC. Miller, Travelling longer distances to a testing site than geographically necessary is associated with delays in HIV diagnosis, Annual Meeting of the Society for Epidemiologic Research, June 16-19, 2015, Denver, CO, USA, presentation

76.  Holcomb D, K Messier , ML Serre , J Rowny , J Stewart, Geostatistical prediction of microbial water quality on an urbanizing inland stream network, Water Microbiology Conference, May 18-21, 2015, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, poster

77.  Chen JC, Wang X, Serre ML, Espeland MA, Neurotoxicity of Exposure to Ambient Fine Particles on Brain Structure: Evidence from Women’s Health Initiative Memory Study, Health Effect Institute Conference, May 03-05, 2015, Philadelphia, PA, USA

78.  Christenson, E, M.L. Serre, Improving estimation of nutrient application from swine CAFOs by creating the first spatial database of industrial swine operation sprayfields, Water Resource Research Institute Annual Conference, March 18-19, 2015, Raleigh, NC, USA,. Poster

79.  Murchison, M, M.L. Serre, A BME framework to map the zip-code average of inorganic chemicals across the private wells of North Carolina and visualize the effect of waste sites on groundwater quality, Water Resource Research Institute Annual Conference, March 18-19, 2015, Raleigh, NC, USA,. Poster

80.  Messier, KP, R Bolich, E Kane, ML Serre, Evidence for Legacy Contamination of Nitrate in Groundwater of North Carolina Using Monitoring and Private Well Data Models, American Geophysical Union, December 15-19, 2014, San Francisco, CA, USA, Poster

81.  Wing, S,  Y Akita, ML Serre, R Hale, D Luellen, Deca-BDE concentrations in pine and cedar needles are correlated with land application of treated sewage sludge, American Public Health Association conference, November 15-19, 2014, New Orleans, LA, USA, oral

82.  Lindstrom, AB, MJ Strynar, L McMillan, D Knappe, E Arevalo, S Wing, A Lowman, ML Serre, and P Jat, Surface Disposal of Waste Water Treatment Plant Biosludge - an Important Source of Perfluorinated Compound Contamination in the Environment?, 35th SETAC North America Annual Meeting, November 9-13, 2014, Vancouver, BS, Canada, oral

83.  Xu, Y, W Vizuete, M.L. Serre, Bayesian Maximum Entropy Integration of Ozone Observations and Air Quality Model data for Improved Exposure Estimates, 13th Annual Community Modeling and Analysis System (CMAS) Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, October 27-29, 2014, poster

84.  Akita, Y, M.L. Serre, J. West, The Influence of Modeling Approach and Grid Resolution on Global Exposure Estimates, 13th Annual Community Modeling and Analysis System (CMAS) Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, October 27-29, 2014, poster

85.  Christenson, E, M.L. Serre, Creating a spatial database of sprayfields and its impact on water quality assessment, Environmental justice summit, Whitakers, NC, USA, October 17-18, 2014.

86.  Jeanette Reyes, Marc Serre. Combining Observed PM2.5 with Regionalized Bias- Corrected Chemical Transport Models, International Society of Environmental Epidemiology Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, USA, August 24-28, 2014. Oral Presentation

87.  Lani Fox, William Miller, Dione Gesink, Irene Doherty, Peter Leone, Dell Williams, and Marc Serre, Disease mapping of syphilis in Forsyth County, North Carolina with enhanced geoprivacy and, Spatial Accuracy 2014, 11th International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, East Lansing, MI, USA, July 8-11, 2014. Oral Presentation.

88.  D Holcomb, M Serre, J Rowny and J Stewart, Application of predictive and space/time interpolative models of fecal contamination in an urbanizing watershed, 2014 Water Microbiology Conference The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, May 5-9, 2014. Poster

89.  Dohyeong Kim, Marc Serre. Spatial Mapping of Community-Level Child Immunization Coverage for Targeted Policy Interventions in Bangladesh. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL, USA, April 8-12, 2014, Oral Presentation

90.  Wing S, Lowman A, Marshall S, Keil A, Hale R, Akita Y, Serre M.  Odors from sewage sludge and livestock: Associations with self-reported health. American Public Health Association conference, Boston, MA, November 2-6, 2013, poster

91.  Alejandro Valencia, Saravanan Arunachalam, Yasuyuki Akita, Marc Serre, Valerie Garcia, Vlad Isakov. Estimating Regional Background Air Quality using Space/Time Ordinary Kriging to Support Exposure Studies, 12th Annual Community Modeling and Analysis System (CMAS) Conference, Chapel Hill, NC, October 28-30, 2013, poster.

92.  Prahlad Jat, Yasuyuki Akita, and Marc L. Serre. Implementation of User-Friendly Features in BMEGUI version 3.0 to Model the Covariance of Superfund Surface Water Contaminants Using a River Metric, Superfund Research Program annual conference, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, October 15-17, 2013, poster

93.  Michael Jerrett, Michelle C. Turner, Bernardo S. Beckerman, Arden Pope, Randall Martin, Marc Serre, Susan M. Gapstur, Daniel Krewski, Ryan Diver, George Thurston, Richard T. Burnett.  Comparing Remote Sensing, Atmospheric Chemistry, and Ground-based Estimates of Fine Particulate Matter on Survival. International Society of Environmental Epidemiology - International Society of Environmental Sciences Annual Conference joint Conference - conference, Basel, Switzerland, August 19-23, 2013. Poster.

94.  V. Escamilla, K.H. Hampton, D.C. Gesink, P.A. Leone1, M.L. Serre, M. Emch, W.C. Miller. Influence of spatial scale and zone on syphilis cluster detection in North Carolina, STI & AIDS WorldCongress, Vienna, July 14-17, 2013.

95.  Amy E. Kalkbrenner, Gayle C. Windham, Marc L. Serre, Yasuyuki Akita, Xuexia Wang, Brian P. Thayer, Julie L. Daniels. Exposure to Ambient Course Particulate Matter by Gestational Period and Autism Spectrum Disorders in North Carolina and California, 47th annual meeting of the Society for Epidemiological Research, Seattle, June 24-27, 2014, Poster

96.  Chen JC, Akita Y, Franklin M, Serre ML, Ambient Air Pollutants and Risk of Cognitive Impairment in the Elderly, HEI Annual conference, San Francisco, April 14-16, 2013, Poster.

97.  Messier, K.P.; Akita, Y.;Campbell, T.; Serre, M.L.; You're too Gneiss, You take me for Granite: Preliminary Geology-based Land Use Regression and Kriging Analysis of Groundwater Radon Across North Carolina. In: North Carolina, Water Resource Research Institute Annual Conference, Raleigh, NC, USA, March 20-21, 2013 . Oral Presentation.

98.  Messier, K.P.; Akita, Y.; Bolich, R.; Kane, E.; Serre, M.L.; Preliminary Results of Land Use Regression and Kriging Analysis of Groundwater Nitrate Across North Carolina. In: North Carolina Water. Resource Research Institute Annual Conference, Raleigh, NC, USA, March 20-21, 2013 . Poster Presentation.

99.  Messier, K.P.; Akita, Y.; Serre, M.L.; Integrating Address Geocoding, Land Use Regression and Spatiotemporal Geostatistical Estimation for Groundwater PCE. North Carolina GIS Conference, Raleigh, NC, USA, February 7-8, 2013. Invited Oral Presentation.

100.         MessierD, K.P., Y. Akita, R. Bolich, T. Campbell, M.L. Serre, 2012. Multiple North Carolina groundwater radon data sources and correlations with geological rock types, Annual Conference of the Water Resources Research Institute of North Carolina, Oral Presentation, Raleigh, NC, USA, March 27-28.

101.         MessierD, K.P., Y. Akita, R. Bolich, E. Kane, M.L. Serre, 2012. Building of a North Carolina groundwater nitrate database using multiple data sources and land use regression modeling, Annual Conference of the Water Resources Research Institute of North Carolina, Oral Presentation, Raleigh, NC, USA, March 27-28.

102.         Mckay, L.D., A.C. Layton, P.S.K. Knappett, B.J.  Mailloux, P.J. Culligan, A. Ferguson, J. Feighery, M. Emch, V. Escamilla, M.L. Serre, Y.  Akita, J. Wu, K.M. Ahmed, M.J. Alam, M. Yunus, M. K. Streatfield, and A. van Geen, 2012. Field investigations of fecal contamination in aquifers and wells in rural Bangladesh, The Canadian Water Network Conference on Assessing Pathogen fate, transport and risk in natural and engineered water treatment, Banff Centre, Banff, Alerta, Canada, September 23-26.

103.         Prahlad JatD, Yasuyuki Akita, and Marc L. Serre. BMEGUI: Software for Geostatistical Estimation of Superfund Chemical Contaminants in Stream Water.The 25th Annual Meeting of the Superfund Research Program Raleigh, NC, USA October 21-24, 2012

104.         Bolich, Richard E.; Bradley, Philip J.;Serre, Marc L.; Kane, Evan O.: Using geologic maps to predict groundwater quality data in the crystalline rock terranes of North Carolina, 2012 GSA Annual Meeting & Exposition, Charlotte, NC, USA, November 4–7, 2012

105.         Akita, Y., V. Escamilla, J. Wu, A. van Geen, P.J. Culligan, M. Emch, A.C. Layton, B.J. Mailloux, L.D. McKay, L. Band, M. Yunus, P.K. Streatfield, M.L. Serre, 2011. Inter annual variability of community surveyed diarrheal disease among children from 2000 to 2002 in Matlab, Bangladesh, Water and Health: Where Sciences Meets Policy, Oral Presentation, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, October 3-7.

106.         JatD, P., M.L. Serre, 2011. A Flexible Geostatistical Tool to Find Optimal Locations where to Sample Ammonia across a Coastal Water Body in New Jersey, Water and Health: Where Sciences Meets Policy, Oral Presentation, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, October 3-7.

107.         Knappett, P.S.K. , L.D. McKay, A. Layton, D.E. Williams, Md.J. Alam, Md.R. Huq, K.M. Ahmed, J. Mey, P.J. Culligan, B.J. Mailloux, V. Escamilla, M. Emch, M.L. Serre, A. van Geen, 2011. Examining the Connection between Tubewell Water Quality and Ponds in Rural Bangladesh, Water and Health: Where Sciences Meets Policy, Oral Presentation, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, October 3-7.

108.         Layton, A.C., L. McKay, A.S. Ferguson, B.J Mailloux, P.J. Culligan, A. van Geen, D.E. Williams, A.E. Smartt, P. Knappett, K.M. Ahmed,  M. Emch, M.L. Serre, P.K. Streatfield, M. Yunus, 2011. Abundance and prevalence of bacterial and viral pathogens in Bangladesh surface and ground water during wet and dry seasons, Water and Health: Where Sciences Meets Policy, Oral Presentation, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, October 3-7.

109.         MessierD, K.P., Y. Akita, R. Bolich, E. Kane, M.L. Serre, 2011. Building of a North Carolina Groundwater Nitrate database using Private Well data and Land Use Regression, Water and Health: Where Sciences Meets Policy, Oral Presentation, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, October 3-7.

110.         Knappett, P.S.K., L.D. McKay, A. Layton, D.E. Williams, K.M. Ahmed, P.J. Culligan, B.J. Mailloux, M. Emch, M.L. Serre, A. van Geen, 2011. Transport of Fecal Bacteria from Ponds to Aquifers in Rural Bangladesh: The Role of Adjacent Sediment Grain Size, Fragile Earth International Conference, Munich, Germany, September 4-7.

111.         Culligan, P., B. Mailloux, A. Ferguson, Y. AkitaD, M.L. Serre, V. Escamilla, M. Emch, L. Taylor, P. Knappett, A. van Geen, 2011. Improved approaches for determining safe latrine to well setback distances may be more effective in rapidly urbanizing areas, The World Water Week Conference, Stockholm, Sweden, August 26-31.

112.         Gesink, D.C., A.B. Sullivan, T. Norwood, M.L. Serre, W.C. Miller, 2011. Does Core Theory Apply in Rural Environments?, The 19th meeting of the International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research, Québec City, Canada, July 10-13.

113.         van Geen, A., K.M. Ahmed, Y. Akita D, Md.J. Alam, P. Culligan, J. Feighery, A.S. Ferguson, M. Emch, V. Escamilla, P. Knappett, A. Layton, B. Mailloux, L.D. McKay, J.L. Mey, M.L Serre, P.K. Streatfield, J. Wu, Md. Yunus, 2010. Could Arsenic Mitigation Lead to Increased Diarrheal Disease in Bangladesh?, American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly, Poster Presentation, San Francisco, CA, USA, December 13-17.

114.         van Geen, A., K.M. Ahmed, Y. Akita D, Md.J. Alam, P. Culligan, J. Feighery, A.S. Ferguson, M. Emch, V. Escamilla, P. Knappett, A. Layton, B. Mailloux, L.D. McKay, J.L. Mey, M.L Serre, P.K. Streatfield, J. Wu, Md. Yunus, 2010. Could Arsenic Mitigation Lead to Increased Diarrheal Disease in Bangladesh?, American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly, Poster Presentation, San Francisco, CA, USA, December 13-17.

115.         Knappett, P.S.K., V. Escamilla, A. Layton, L.D. McKay, M. Emch, B. Mailloux, D.E. Williams, Md.R. Huq, Md. J. Alam, L. Farhana, A. S Ferguson, G.S. Sayler, K.M. Ahmed, M.L. Serre, Y. Akita, Md. Yunus, A. van Geen, 2010. Factors Influencing Fecal Contamination in Pond of Bangladesh, American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly, Poster Presentation, San Francisco, CA, USA, December 13-17.

116.         Akita, Y. D, V. Escamilla, M. Emch, J. Feighery, P. Knappett, A. Ferguson, Md. J. Alam, K.M. Ahmed, M. Yunus, K. Streatfield, L. Band, P.J. Culligan, A.C. Layton, B.J. Mailloux, L.D. McKay, A. van Geen, M.L. Serre, 2010. Effect of Latrines on the Spatiotemporal Distribution of E. Coli Concentration Across Tubewells in Rural Bangladesh, Water and Health: Where Sciences Meets Policy, Poster Presentation, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, October 3-7.

117.         Akita, Y.D, M. Emch, A. van Geen, Md. J. Alam, J. Feighery, V. Escamilla, P. Knappett, A. Ferguson, K.M. Ahmed, M. Yunus, L. Band, P.J. Culligan, A.C. Layton, B.J. Mailloux, L.D. McKay, M.L. Serre, 2010. Hydrology Driven Changes in the Extend of Groundwater Fecal Contamination in a Shallow Aquifer in Bangladesh, Water and Health: Where Sciences Meets Policy, Poster Presentation, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, October 3-7.

118.         Messier, K.M, M.L. Serre, 2010. Estimation of Tetrachloroethylene in North Carolina Groundwater Utilizing Multiple Data Sources, Water and Health: Where Sciences Meets Policy, Poster Presentation, Chapel Hill, NC, USA, October 3-7.

119.         Sanders, A.P. , K.P. MessierM, J. Neal, M. Shehee, K. Rudo, M.L. Serre, R.C. Fry, 2010. Mapping Arsenic Levels in North Carolina Private Well Waters, 41th Annual Meeting of the Environmental Mutagenesis Society, Poster Presentation, Fort Worth, TX, USA, October 23-27.

120.         Messier, K., M.L. Serre, 2010. Cost-Effective Methods for Estimation of Groundwater Contamination in North Carolina, 2010 Annual Conference of the Water Resources Research Institute of North Carolina, Oral Presentation, Raleigh, NC, USA, March 30-31.

121.         A. van Geen, P.J. Culligan, J. Feighery, A.S. Ferguson, M. Emch, V. Escamillo, J. Wu, A.C. Layton, B.J. Mailloux, L.D. McKay, P. Knappett, .M.L. Serre, Y. AkitaD, P.K. Streatfield, M. Yunus, K.M. Ahmed, M.R. Huq, M.J. Alam, 2010. Fecal contamination in tubewell water of Bangladesh: Part I - Spatial and temporal patterns, Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases 2010, Oral Presentation, Atlantic City, NJ, USA, March 22 – 25.

122.         V. Escamillo, M. Emch, P.J. Culligan, J. Feighery, A.S. Ferguson, J. Wu, A.C. Layton, B.J. Mailloux, L.D. McKay, P. Knappett, .M.L. Serre, Y. AkitaD, P.K. Streatfield, M. Yunus, K.M. Ahmed, M.R. Huq, M.J. Alam, A. van Geen, 2010. Fecal contamination in tubewell water of Bangladesh: Part II - Impact on diarrheal disease, Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases 2010, Oral Presentation, Atlantic City, NJ, USA, March 22 – 25.

123.         A.C. Layton, B.J. Mailloux, P.J. Culligan, J. Feighery, A.S. Ferguson, M. Emch, V. Escamillo, J. Wu, L.D. McKay, P. Knappett, .M.L. Serre, Y. AkitaD, P.K. Streatfield, M. Yunus, K.M. Ahmed, M.R. Huq, M.J. Alam, A. van Geen, 2010. Fecal contamination in tubewell water of Bangladesh: Part III - Pathogens and indicators, Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases 2010, Poster Presentation, Atlantic City, NJ, USA, March 22 – 25.

124.         Y. AkitaD, J. Feighery, P. Knappett, P.J. Culligan, L.D. McKay, .M.L. Serre, A.S. Ferguson, M. Emch, V. Escamillo, J. Wu, A.C. Layton, B.J. Mailloux, P.K. Streatfield, M. Yunus, K.M. Ahmed, M.R. Huq, M.J. Alam, A. van Geen, 2010. Fecal contamination in tubewell water of Bangladesh: Part IV - Identifying sources, Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases 2010, Poster Presentation, Atlantic City, NJ, USA, March 22 – 25.

125.         A.S. Ferguson, B.J. Mailloux, P.J. Culligan, J. Feighery, M. Emch, V. Escamillo, J. Wu, A.C. Layton, L.D. McKay, P. Knappett, .M.L. Serre, Y. AkitaD, P.K. Streatfield, M. Yunus, K.M. Ahmed, M.R. Huq, M.J. Alam, A. van Geen, 2010. Fecal contamination in tubewell water of Bangladesh: Part I - Spatial and temporal patterns, Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases 2010, Poster Presentation, Atlantic City, NJ, USA, March 22 – 25.

126.         Chen, J.C., M.A. Espeland, M.L. Serre, C.V. Murphy, 2009. Particulate Air Pollutants, Risk of Cognitive Impairment, and Neuropathology in Elderly Women, Health Effects Institute Annual Conference 2009, Oral Presentation, Portland, Oregon, USA.  May 3 – 5.

127.         AllshouseD, W.B., M.K. Fitch, K.H. HamptonM, D.C. Gesink Law, I.A. Doherty, P.A. Leone, M.L. Serre, W.C. Miller, 2009. An Evaluation Of Privacy Protection When Geomasking STI Data, 18th International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research Annual Meeting, Poster Presentation, London, UK.  June 28 – July 1.

128.         Doherty, I.A., S.Q. Muth, A.A Adimora, M.K. Fitch, J.S. TarmanM, K.H. HamptonM, D.C. Gesink Law, W.B. AllshouseD, M.L. Serre, P.A. Leone, W.C. Miller, 2009. Sexual Mixing Patterns by Geography, Race/Ethnicity, Age, and Sexual Activity During a Heterosexual Syphilis Outbreak in North Carolina, 18th International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research Annual Meeting, Poster Presentation, London, UK.  June 28 – July 1.

129.         Doherty, I.A., S.Q. Muth, A.A. Adimora, D.C. Gesink Law, M.K. Fitch, K.H. HamptonM, W.B. AllshouseD, M.L. Serre, P.A. Leone, W.C. Miller, 2009. Where Was the Outbreak? Use of Number of Cases, Incidence Rates, and Sexual Networks to Assess a Syphilis Outbreak in North Carolina, 18th International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research Annual Meeting, Poster Presentation, London, UK.  June 28 – July 1.

130.         Doherty, I.A., S.Q. Muth, M.K. Fitch, D.C. Gesink Law, W.B. AllshouseD, M.L. Serre, P.A. Leone, W.C. Miller, 2009. Geographical Trends of Compactness and Directional Bias of Sexual Networks in North Carolina during an Outbreak, 18th International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research Annual Meeting, Poster Presentation, London, UK.  June 28 – July 1.

131.         Gesink Law, D., T. Norwood, A. Sullivan, M. Fitch, M.L. Serre, W. Miller, 2009. Core Areas in Rural Environments, 18th International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research Annual Meeting, Poster Presentation, London, UK.  June 28 – July 1.

132.         HamptonM, K.H., M.K. Fitch, W.B. AllshouseD, D.C. Gesink Law, I.A. Doherty, P.A. Leone, M.L. Serre, W.C. Miller, 2009. Mapping Individual STD Case Data: Geomasking Events to Protect Patient Privacy, 18th International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research Annual Meeting, Poster Presentation, London, UK.  June 28 – July 1.

133.         Sullivan, A., D. Gesink Law, L. Zhou, P. Brown, M. Fitch, M.L. Serre, W.C. Miller, 2009. Do Social Determinants Influence the Spatiotemporal Pattern of Gonorrhea in North Carolina, USA, 18th International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research Annual Meeting, Poster Presentation, London, UK.  June 28 – July 1.

134.         TarmanM, J.S., M.K. Fitch, D.C. Gesink Law, A. Sullivan, T. Norwood, K.H. HamptonM, I.A. Doherty, W.B. AllshouseD, P.A. Leone, W.C. Miller, M.L. Serre, 2009. Modeling a Syphilis Outbreak in North Carolina Using the BMEGUI Tool of Modern Space/Time Geostatistics, 18th International Society for Sexually Transmitted Diseases Research Annual Meeting, Oral Presentation, London, UK.  June 28 – July 1.

135.         A. Van Geen, K.M. Ahmed, L.E. Band, P.J. Culligan, M.E. Emch, A.C. Layton, B.J. Mailloux, L.D. McKay, P.K. Streatfield, M.L. Serre, M. Yunus, 2009. Does Arsenic Mitigation in Bangladesh Raise Exposure to Bacterial and Viral Pathogens? Ecology and Evolution of Infectious Diseases 2009 Meeting, Invited Oral Presentation, Park City, UT, USA. March 30-April 3.

136.         Akita, Y., V. Escamilla, M.E. Emch, M.L. Serre, 2008. Space/time analysis of Cholera and Shigella incidence rates across a region of Bangladesh, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology & International Society of Exposure Analysis, 2008 Joint Annual Conference, Poster Presentation, Pasadena, CA, USA.  October 12-16.

137.         Akita, Y., J. Leber, Peter S.K. Knappett, J. Feighery,  L.E. Band, M.E. Emch, B.J. Mailloux, P.J. Culligan, A.C. Layton, L.D. McKay, A. Van Geen, M.L. Serre, 2008. Spatial analysis of the distribution of bacterial pathogen indicators across shallow aquifers in Bangladesh, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology & International Society of Exposure Analysis, 2008 Joint Annual Conference, Oral Presentation, Pasadena, CA, USA.  October 12-16.

138.         Allshouse, W.B., D.J. Hall, K.T. Mills, S.B. Wing, M.L. Serre, 2008. Spatiotemporal Exposure Assessment of Atmospheric Hydrogen Sulfide Produced by Industrial Hog Operations, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology & International Society of Exposure Analysis, 2008 Joint Annual Conference, Poster Presentation, Pasadena, CA, USA.  October 12-16.

139.         Allshouse, W.B., K.H. Hampton, P.A. Leone, W.C. Miller, M.L. Serre, 2008. Methods for Space/Time Mapping of HIV Incidence Rates in North Carolina, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology & International Society of Exposure Analysis, 2008 Joint Annual Conference, Poster Presentation, Pasadena, CA, USA.  October 12-16.

140.         Coulliette, A.D., E.S. Money, M.L. Serre, R.T. Noble, 2008. A space/time analysis framework for fecal indicator bacteria in a North Carolina estuary, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology & International Society of Exposure Analysis, 2008 Joint Annual Conference, Poster Presentation, Pasadena, CA, USA.  October 12-16.

141.         Fitch, M.K., W.B. Allshouse, K.H. Hampton, D.C. Gesink Law, I.A. Doherty, P.A. Leone, M.L. Serre, W.C. Miller, 2008. A Comparison of Estimated Versus Actual K-Anonymity When Geomasking Sensitive Health Data, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology & International Society of Exposure Analysis, 2008 Joint Annual Conference, Oral Presentation, Pasadena, CA, USA.  October 12-16.

142.         Hampton, K.H., M.K. Fitch, W.B. Allshouse, D.C. Gesink Law, I.A. Doherty, P.A. Leone, M.L. Serre, W.C. Miller, 2008. Protecting Patient Confidentiality when Mapping Health Data: An Analysis of Geomasking Algorithms, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology & International Society of Exposure Analysis, 2008 Joint Annual Conference, Poster Presentation, Pasadena, CA, USA.  October 12-16.

143.         Money, E., G.P. Carter, and M.L. Serre, 2008.  Improving the Assessment of  E.coli Exposure Levels Along Un-monitored Stream Reaches, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology & International Society of Exposure Analysis, 2008 Joint Annual Conference, Oral Presentation, Pasadena, CA, USA.  October 12-16.

144.         Money, E., D.K. Sackett, D. Aday, and M.L. Serre, 2008. An Integrated Spatiotemporal Approach to Improve Mercury Estimation and Exposure Assessment, International Society for Environmental Epidemiology & International Society of Exposure Analysis, 2008 Joint Annual Conference, Poster Presentation, Pasadena, CA, USA.  October 12-16.

145.         P. Knappett, L. Mckay, A. Layton, M. Mahmudul Hasan, D. Williams, M. Serre, K.M. Ahmed, P. Culligan, L. Band, B. Mailloux, M. Emch, A. van Geen, 2008. Investigating Fecal Contamination Pathways to an Unconfined Sandy Aquifer in Bangladesh, Geological Society of America, 2008 Joint Annual Meeting, abstract submitted, Houston, TX, USA, October 5-9.

146.         Serre, M.L., Y. Akita, V. Escamilla, M. Emch, A. Kolovos, 2008. Spatial analysis of arsenic exposure and diarrheal disease risk in Bangladesh related to population pressures on groundwater resources, European Geophysical Union General Assembly, Poster Presentation, Vienna, Austria, April 13-18.

147.         Miller W., W. AllshouseD, M. Fitch, M. Serre, K. Hampton, D. Gesink Law, P. Leone, 2007. A comparison of geomasking algorithms for mapping HIV infections when geocoded case locations are available, 2007 National HIV Prevention Conference, Poster Presentation, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, December 2-5.

148.         MoneyD, E., G. Carter, M.L. Serre, 2007. Geostatistical Methods for Assessing Fecal Contamination Along Unmonitored River Reaches, the Southeast Regional Collegiate Environmental Science and Health Symposium,Poster Presentation, Atlanta, GA, USA, November 14.

149.         AllshouseD, W., M.L. Serre, D. Hall, K. Mills, S. Wing, 2007. Community based monitoring of ambient hydrogen sulfide levels near swine operations, American Public Health 135th  Annual Meeting & Exposition, Poster Presentation, Washington, DC, USA, November 3-7.

150.         Fitch, M., W. AllshouseD, M.L. Serre, K. Hampton, D. Gesink Law, P. Leone, W. Miller, 2007. Geomasking algorithms to protect confidentiality of sexually transmitted infections in spatial epidemiology, American Public Health 135th  Annual Meeting & Exposition, Roundtable Presentation, Washington, DC, USA, November 3-7.

151.         WilsonD S., M.L. Serre, 2007. Community levels of atmospheric ammonia near industrial hog operations, American Public Health 135th  Annual Meeting & Exposition, Oral Presentation, Washington, DC, USA, November 3-7.

152.         AkitaD, Y., M.L. Serre, 2007. A space/time framework for the estimation of tetrachloroethylene and trichloroethylene in the freshwater of New Jersey and North Carolina, The 17th Annual Conference of the International Society for Exposure Analysis, Poster Presentation, Durham, NC, USA, October 14-18.

153.         AllshouseD, W., M.L. Serre, D. Hall, K. Mills, S. Wing, 2007. Assessment of hydrogen sulfide exposure for a community with a high density of industrial hog operations, The 17th Annual Conference of the International Society for Exposure Analysis, Poster Presentation, Durham, NC, USA, October 14-18.

154.         De NazelleD, A., D. Crawford-Brown, M.L. Serre, Z. Pekar, D. Rodriguez, 2007. Linking the built environment to individual exposures of air pollution, with a focus on transportation behavior. The 17th Annual Conference of the International Society for Exposure Analysis, Oral Presentation, Durham, NC, USA, October 14-18.

155.         Fitch, M. K. , Y. AkitaD, M. L. Serre, 2007. Using temporal GIS to assess spatial and temporal trends in dieldrin concentrations across North Carolina, The 17th Annual Conference of the International Society for Exposure Analysis, Poster Presentation, Durham, NC, USA, October 14-18.

156.         MoneyD, E., G. Carter, M.L. Serre, 2007. A river based geostatistical framework for the analysis of environmental concentrations in surface water, The 17th Annual Conference of the International Society for Exposure Analysis, Poster Presentation, Durham, NC, USA, October 14-18.

157.         MoneyD, E., G. Carter, M.L. Serre, 2007. Data integration of E.coli and turbidity data to assess fecal contamination in the Raritan River Basin, New Jersey The 17th Annual Conference of the International Society for Exposure Analysis, Oral Presentation, Durham, NC, USA, October 14-18.

158.         Serre, M.L., S. WilsonD, 2007. Modeling the spatial distribution of Atmospheric Ammonia Levels near Hog CAFOs in Eastern NC. The 17th Annual Conference of the International Society for Exposure Analysis, Durham, NC, USA, Oral Presentation, October 14-18.

159.         Serre, M.L, 2007. A Bayesian Maximum Entropy Approach to the Space/Time Integration of Data from Multiple Sources in Exposure Assessment. The 17th Annual Conference of the International Society for Exposure Analysis, Durham, NC, USA, Oral Presentation, October 14-18.

160.         MoneyD, E., M.L. Serre, 2007. The Effects of River Network Complexity on the Spatiotemporal Estimation of Water Quality, The 38th Annual Binghampton Geomorphology Symposium, Poster Presentation, Durham, NC, USA, October 5-7.

161.         MoneyD, E., M.L. Serre, G. Carter, 2007. Improving the Geostatistical Estimation of Water Quality Using a River Metric, The Third International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, Oral Presentation, Houston, Texas, USA, August 6-9.

162.         AllshouseD, W., M.L. Serre, D. Hall, K. Mills, S. Wing, 2007. Spatiotemporal Bayesian Maximum Entropy modeling of hydrogen sulfide concentrations using data collected at different observation time scales near swine operations, 2007 Joint Statistical Meetings, Poster presentation, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, July 29 - August 2.

163.         Coulliette, A.D., A.D. Gronewold, E.S. Money, M.L. Serre, R.T. Noble, 2007. Examining the Relationship between Wet Weather and Fecal Contamination in a North Carolina Estuary, TMDL 2007, Water Environment Federation Meeting Proceedings. Bellevue, WA, USA, June 24-27.

164.         Serre, M.L., Y. AkitaD, G. Carter, 2007.  BME Geostatistical Space/Time Analysis of Environmental Monitoring Data Using arcGIS. A One-day Workshop at the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Trenton, NJ, USA, June 12.

165.         Serre, M.L., S.J. LeeD, 2006. Risk Mapping of subsurface arsenic in New England using measurement error model and secondary soil-pH data, XIth International Congress for Mathematical Geology, Oral presentation, Liege, Belgium, September 3-8.

166.         WilsonD S., M.L. Serre, S. Wing, L Ball, W. Robarge, D. Crawford-Brown. 2006. Monitoring And Mapping Of Atmospheric Ammonia for Human Exposure Assessment, International Conference on Environmental Epidemiology & Exposure, Poster presentation, Paris, France, September 2-6.

167.         AllshouseD, W.B., M.L.Serre, J. Pleil, S. Rappaport, 2006. A Space/Time Particulate Matter Mass Fraction Framework for the Assessment of Outdoor Exposure to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons after 9/11 in New York City, International Conference on Environmental Epidemiology & Exposure, Poster presentation, Paris, France, September 2-6.

168.         De NazelleD, A., M.L. Serre, 2006. Ozone Exposure Assessment in North Carolina Using Bayesian Maximum Entropy Data Integration of Space Time Observations and Air Quality Model Prediction, International Conference on Environmental Epidemiology & Exposure, Oral presentation, Paris, France, September 2-6.

169.         PuangthonghtubD, S., M.L. Serre, 2006. Regional Estimates of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Mortality Associations with Atmospheric Particulate Matter in Thailand, International Conference on Environmental Epidemiology & Exposure Poster presentation, Paris, France, September 2-6.

170.         Serre, M.L., S.J. LeeD, K. Yeatts, 2006. Accounting For the Observation Scale of Confidential Health Data to Study the Spatial Association between Childhood Asthma Prevalence and Air Pollutants in North Carolina, International Conference on Environmental Epidemiology & Exposure, Poster presentation, Paris, France, September 2-6.

171.         MoneyD, E., M.L. Serre, G. Carter, 2006. Incorporation of a River Distance Metric to Account for the Spatial Correlation of Monitoring Data in the Geostatistical Estimation of Water Quality Along Rivers. 2006 American Geophysical Union Joint Assembly, Oral Presentation, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, May 23-26.

172.         Johnson, D.N., M.L. Serre, C.T. Miller, G. Carter, 2006. Using Spatially Offset Data for the Estimation of Groundwater Arsenic Exposure in New Jersey, The Fifth International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Poster presentation, Monterey, California, USA, May 22-25.

173.         Coulliette, A.D., E. MoneyD (author added), M.L. Serre, R.T. Noble, 2006. An Application of Space/Time Estimation of Microbial Indicators and Markers with Respect to Rainfall in the Newport River Estuary, NC, The 106th General Meeting of the American Society of Microbiology, Poster presentation, Orlando, Florida, USA, May 21-25.

174.         LoBuglio, J.N., G.W. Characklis, M.L. Serre, 2006. Utilizing Spatiotemporal Random Field Theory and Uncertain Information to Assess and Reduce Monitoring Cost for Surface Waters Subject to TMDLs, World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2006, Oral presentation, Omaha, Nebraska, USA, May 21-25.

175.         AkitaD, Y., M.L. Serre, G. Carter, 2006.  Research Translation in Spatiotemporal Exposure Assessment for Contaminated River Superfund Site, EPA Science Forum 2006, Poster Presentation, 3rd place prize, Washington DC, USA, May 16-18.

176.         LeeD, S.J. and M.L. Serre, 2005. Modeling the uncertainty associated with the observation scale of space/time natural processes, American Geophysical Fall Meeting, Oral presentation, San Francisco, California, USA, December 5-9.

177.         MoneyD, E., Y. Akita, G. Carter and M.L. Serre, 2005. Space/Time Assessment Of Water Quality Along The River Network In New Jersey. American Geophysical Fall Meeting, Poster presentation, San Francisco, California, USA, December 5-9.

178.         Serre, M.L., S.J. LeeD, E. Money and Y. Akita, 2005. Integrating Multiple Source Data Uncertainty for Spatiotemporally Distributed Hydrological Systems, American Geophysical Fall Meeting, Poster presentation, San Francisco, California, USA, December 5-9.

179.         Kim, D., B. Dong, C. Poulos, D. Whittington, M. Serre, A. Nyamete, 2005. GIS-based Spatial Estimation and Mapping of Private Demands for Vaccination Programs: Evidence from Lingchuan County, China. the annual conference for the Association of Collegiate Schools Planning, Poster presentation, Kansas City, Missouri, USA, October 27-30.

180.         Yeatts, K.B., S.-J. LeeD and , M.L. Serre, 2005. Spatial Distribution of Wheezing Prevalence and Airborne Lead Levels Across Rural and Urban Areas of North Carolina, Seventeenth Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Poster presentation, Johannesburg, South Africa, September 13-16.

181.         Bernstein, K., D.C.G. Law, M.L. Serre, C.M. Schumacher, P.A. Leone, A.M. Rompalo, W.C. Miller, J.M. Zenilman, 2005. Space-time modeling of an early syphilis outbreak, ISSTDR 2005, poster presentation, Amsterdam, July 10-15.

182.         LeeD, S.-J., M.L. Serre and G. Christakos, 2005. Integrating Information about Measurement Errors to Provide Informative groundwater Arsenic Maps in New England. . Annual Conference of the Water Resources Research Institute of North Carolina, Poster presentation, Raleigh, NC, USA, April 5.

183.         MoneyD E., G. Carter and M. Serre, 2005. Using BME Space/Time Analyses to Improve Water Quality Estimation in the Raritan River Basin, New Jersey.  Annual Conference of the Water Resources Research Institute of North Carolina, Poster presentation, Raleigh, NC, USA, April 5.

184.         Cachafeiro, Stalzer, Pilcher, Williams, Foust, McPherson, Eron, Jr., Harris, Hampton, Serre, Leone, Ashby, Fiscus, Nguyen, and Messer. 2005. Spatial Monitoring of Incidence: Using HIV Biomarkers to Identify Clusters. 12th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections, Abstract Number V-173 accepted for oral talk, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, February 22-25.

185.         Parkin, R., E. Savelieva, M.L. Serre, 2004. Soft geostatistical analysis of radioactive soil contamination, Fifth International conference of Geostatistics for Environmental Applications, Neuchâtel, Switzerland, October 13-15.

186.         Yeatts, K.B., M.L. Serre, S.-J. LeeD, 2004. Spatial distribution of wheezing prevalence and air pollution across North Carolina, Sixteenth Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, New York City, NY, USA, August 1-4.

187.         Pilcher, C.D., E. Foust, K.HamptonM, W. Messer, M. Serre, J.T. McPherson, D. Williams, R. Ashby, J.O. O’Dowd, T.Q. Nguyen, B. Stalzer, J. Harris, A. Cachafeiro, P.A. Leone,  J.J. Eron, Jr. and S.A. Fiscus, 2004. Geomapping transmission events: using HIV biomarkers to monitor incidence, XV International AIDS Conference, Bangkok, July 11-16.

188.         WilsonD, S., M.L. Serre, 2004. GIS Mapping of Atmospheric Ammonia Levels in Eastern North Carolina, Air &Waste Management Association's 97th Annual Conference & Exhibition, Indianapolis Convention Center, Indianapolis, IN, USA, June 22-25.

189.         Serre, M.L., G. Carter, E. MoneyD, 2004. Integrating Advective Transport Laws in the Geostatistical Estimation of Water Quality Along Rivers in New Jersey, Computational Methods in Water Resources International Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina USA, June 13 - 17.

190.         Rupert, C., M.L. Serre, C.T. Miller, 2004. A Model for Computing Covariances in Two Dimensional Steady Groundwater Flow, Computational Methods in Water Resources International Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina USA, June 13 - 17.

191.         Christakos, G., M.L. Serre, A. Kolovos, D.T. Hristopulos, 2004. New Classes of Non-Separable Spatiotemporal Covariance Models, Computational Methods in Water Resources International Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina USA, June 13 – 17.

192.         LeeD, S.J., M.L. Serre, G. Christakos, 2004. Improving Spatial Mapping of Subsurface Arsenic Using pH data: Synthetic Examples and Case Study in New England Groundwater, Computational Methods in Water Resources International Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina USA, June 13 - 17.

193.         Kolovos, A., D. T. Hristopulos, G. Christakos, M. L. Serre, 2004. Spatiotemporal Covariance Functions From Physical Models. The 1st International Conference on the Advances in Mineral Resources Management and Environmental Geotechnology, Chania, Crete, Greece, June 7-9.

194.         Kim, D., M.L. Serre, L. Montana, 2004. Spatial Analysis of Community Density-Child Mortality Associations in Developing Countries: BME Approach, Canadian Political Science Association Conference 2004, University of Manitoba in Winnipeg, Canada, June 3 - 5.

195.         Christakos, G., A. Kolovos, M.L. Serre and F.M. Vukovich, 2003. Generating High Spatial Resolution Analyses of SBUV Stratospheric Ozone for Calculating the Tropospheric Ozone Residual (TOR). Proceedings of the IEEE/IGARRS 2003, Toulouse, France, July 21-25.

196.         Kolovos, A., G. Christakos, M.L. Serre, D.T. Hristopulos, 2003. Representations Of Non-Separable Spatiotemporal Covariance Models, abstract and poster presentation at the AGU Fall meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA, December 8-12.

197.         Kolovos, A., M. L. Serre, G. Christakos and K. Modis, 2003. Introduction to the Holistochastic Human Exposure Methodology: An example with Drinking Water Arsenic Contamination (poster), 6th Annual NIEHS/NTA Biomedical Science and Career Fair, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, April 25.

198.         Law, D., M.L. Serre, G. Christakos, P.A. Leone and W.C. Miller, 2003. Analyzing And Mapping the Spatial Distribution of Sexually Transmitted Diseases for Public Health Intervention, abstract and oral presentation at the 2003 Congress of the International Society for Sexually Transmitted Disease Research, Ottawa, Canada, July 27-30.

199.         Law, D., M.L. Serre, P.A. Leone and W.C. Miller, 2003. Spatiotemporal Changes in Chlamydial Infection Patterns and Persistence of ‘the Core’, abstract and poster presentation at the 2003 Congress of the International Society for Sexually Transmitted Disease Research, Ottawa, Canada, July 27-30.

200.         LeeD, S.J., M.L. Serre, G. Christakos, 2003. Integrating Soil pH as a Risk Factor in the Spatial Mapping of Arsenic Distributions in New England Groundwater, abstract and poster presentation at the Superfund Basic Research Program Annual Meeting: Integrating Perspectives, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA, November 9-12.

201.         Mountcastle, S.B., M.L. Serre, R.W. Ryder, S.S. Weir, 2003. A Geographic Analysis of High STI Transmission Areas in Cumberland County, North Carolina, abstract and poster presentation at the 2003 Congress of the International Society for Sexually Transmitted Disease Research, Ottawa, Canada, July 27-30.

202.         Savelieva, E.  V. Demyanov, M. Kanevski, M. Serre, G. Christakos, 2003. BME Application for Uncertainty Assessment of the Chernobyl Fallouts, extended abstract and oral presentation at Pedometrics 2003, the 5th Conference of the Provisional Commission on Pedometrics of the International Union of Soil Sciences, "Applications of Pedometrics", Reading, UK, September 10-12.

203.         Serre, M.L., Christakos, G., Kolovos, A., F. Vukovich, 2003. Imaging Ozone Distributions Across Space-Time Using Satellite Data And Physical Information, abstract and oral presentation at the 2003 AGU Fall meeting, San Francisco, CA, USA, December 8-12.

204.         WilsonD, S., M.L. Serre, 2003. GIS Mapping of Atmospheric Ammonia Levels in Eastern North Carolina. Poster presentation to the 131st Annual Meeting & Exposition of the American Public Health Association (APHA), San Francisco, CA, USA, November 15-19.

205.         Serre, M.L., G. Christakos and S-J LeeD, 2002. Soft Data Space/Time Mapping of Coarse Particulate Matter Annual Arithmetic Average over the U.S., Oral presentation for the Fourth International conference of Geostatistics for Environmental Applications, Barcelona, Spain, November 27-29.

206.         Christakos, G., A. Kolovos, A. Chandra, M. L. Serre and F. Vukovich, 2002. Global mapping of Ozone distribution using soft information and data from TOMS and SBUV instruments on the Nimbus 7 satellite, Oral presentation for the Fourth International conference of Geostatistics for Environmental Applications, Barcelona, Spain, November 27-29.

207.         Serre, M.L., Seung-Jae Lee and Hwa-Lung Yu, 2002. Toxicokinetic modeling using space/time mapping of exposure fields with existing health outcome data in a measurement error model, External Advisory Committee meeting of the Center of Environmental Health and Susceptibility at UNC - Pilot Project Program, September 12.

208.         Kolovos, A., G. Christakos, M. L. Serre and F. Vukovich, 2002. Global Ozone Mapping: A Rigorous Approach Using Tropopause Height Pressure and Satellite Instrumentation Data, Environmental Sciences and Engineering In-house Seminar Series, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, September 4.

209.         Serre, M.L. and G. Christakos, 2002. BME-based hydrogeologic parameter estimation in groundwater flow modeling, abstract accepted for ModelCARE2002, the 4th International Conference On Calibration And Reliability In Groundwater, Modelling Prague, Czech Republic, June 17-20.

210.         Serre, M.L., A. Kolovos and G. Christakos, 2002. A Model-Based Framework for the Spatiotemporal Assessment of the Health Impact of Naturally Occurring Arsenic in the Environment, Arsenic in New England: A Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference, Manchester NH, May 29-31.

211.         Augustinraj, R., M. L. Serre, and G. Christakos, 2001. Modeling the spatiotemporal distribution of subsurface heavy metal contamination at the Cherry Point, NC superfund site, Annual Superfund Basic Research Program Symposium, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Friday Center, November 7.

212.         Choi, K, M.L. Serre and G. Christakos, 2001. Spatiotemporal BME analysis and mapping of mortality distribution in California, The 53rd Session of the International Statistical Institute, Seoul, August 22-29.

213.         Kolovos, A., M. L. Serre, and G. Christakos, 2001. Spatial mapping of arsenic in the groundwater and associated population health effects, Annual Superfund Basic Research Program Symposium, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Friday Center, November 7.

214.         Kolovos, A., G. Christakos and M.L. Serre, 2001. BME mapping of pollutants governed by advection reaction, Annual Superfund Basic Research Program Symposium, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Friday Center, November 7.

215.         Kolovos, A., M.L. Serre and G. Christakos, 2001. Spatial Mapping of Arsenic in the Groundwater and Associated Population Health Effects, Superfund Basic Research Program Annual Meeting Poster Session, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, December 10-12.

216.         Augustinraj, R, I. Nienhueser, M.L. Serre and G. Christakos, 2000. Spatiotemporal exploratory data analysis of collected contaminant measurements for some NPL and non-NPL sites. Superfund Basic Research Program Annual Meeting Poster Session, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, December 12-14.

217.         Demyanov, V., M.L. Serre, G. Christakos, V. Timonin, M. Kanevski, E. Savelieva, S. Chernov, 2000. Neural Network residual BME analysis of Chernobyl fallout, In Proc. GeoEnv2000 (3rd Europ. on Geostatistics for Envir. Appl's), Avignon, France, November 22-24.

218.         Howes, J., M.L. Serre, Labib, M., N. Samaha,  M. Sabry, H. Araby, 2000. Ambient PM and Lead Levels in Cairo, Egypt: Baseline Year Monitoring Results, Abstract No. 449, AWMA 93rd Annual Conference & Exhibition, Salt Lake City, June 18-22.

219.         Kolovos, A., G. Christakos and M.L. Serre, 2000. Incorporation of Physical Laws and Other Forms of Knowledge in Spatiotemporal Prediction of Hydrologic Processes, American Geophysical Union 2000 Fall Meeting , San Francisco, California, December 15-19.

220.         Kolovos A., G. Christakos and M.L. Serre, 2000. Investigations on the numerical implementation of physical laws incorporation in the BME framework, Superfund Basic Research Program Annual Meeting Poster Session, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, December 12-14.

221.         Kyungmee C., G. Christakos and M.L. Serre, 2000. Space/time analysis the mortality rate in California as a health indicator at small spatial scale using the BME method, Superfund Basic Research Program Annual Meeting Poster Session, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, December 12-14.

222.         Labib, M., N. Samaha, J. Howes, M.L. Serre, M. Sabry, H. Araby, 2000. Ambient PM and Lead Levels in Cairo, Egypt: Baseline Year Monitoring Results, The International Conference for Environmental Hazard Mitigation, Cairo University, Egypt, September 9-12.

223.         Serre, M.L. and G. Christakos, 2000. Stochastic mapping in subsurface hydrology using soft information and physical laws: A review of some BME case studies, Annual Meeting and International Conference of the American Institute of Hydrology, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, November 5-8.

224.         Serre, M. L., 2000. A Bayesian/Maximum Entropy Approach to Stochastic Analysis of Groundwater Flow, Computational Science Graduate Fellowship Conference, July 15-17. Oral Presentation.

225.         Serre, M. L., 1999. Modeling Particulate Matter Using Uncertain Measurements: Case Study of PM10 in North Carolina, Computational Science Graduate Fellowship Conference Poster Session, July 15-17.  

226.         Christakos, G. and M. L. Serre, 1998. Short Course in Spatiotemporal Mapping and Analysis, The 1998 Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology, Ischia Island, Italy, October 5-8.

227.         Serre, M. L. and P. Bogaert, 1998. Convener for the Technical Session on New avenues in spatio-temporal estimation, Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Conference of the International Association for Mathematical Geology, De Frede Editore, Napoli, Chapter I.

228.         Serre, M. L. 1997. Stochastic analysis of Groundwater Flow Using the Space Transform Method, Superfund Basic Research Program: A Decade of Improving Health Through Multi-Disciplinary Research, Abstract #39, February 23-26.

229.         Serre, M. L., G. Christakos and D. Hristopulos. 1997. Using the space transform method in geosciences, Fourth SIAM Conference on Mathematical and Computational Issues in the Geosciences, June 16-17.

230.         Serre, M. L., 1996. The Space Transform and the Stochastic Flow Equation Problem, Superfund Student meeting at UNC-Chapel Hill, May

231.         Odgaard, A. J. , Y. Wang., M. L. Serre and R. A. Elder. 1993. Hydraulic Modeling of Fish Screens, ASCE Hydraulic Conf. '93, August.

232.         Serre, M. L. and A. J. Odgaard, 1992. Turbulence and Energy Loss at Combining Pipe Junctions, A.S.C.E. Mech. Conf. '92, June.

233.         Serre, M. L. and A. J. Odgaard, 1992. Energy loss at combining pipe junction, A.S.C.E. Water Conf. '92, March

 


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