Publications

Peer-Reviewed STudies

O. V. Sanderfoot, S. B. Bassing, J. L. Brusa, R. L. Emmet, S. J. Gillman, K. Swift, and B. Gardner. A review of the effects of wildfire smoke on the health and behavior of wildlife. (2022). Environmental Research Letters.

O. V. Sanderfoot and B. Gardner. (2021). Wildfire smoke impacts detection of birds in Washington state. Ornithological Applications.

O. V. Sanderfoot and T. Holloway. (2017). Air pollution impacts on avian species via inhalation exposure and associated outcomes. Environmental Research Letters.

Other Academic Writing

O. V. Sanderfoot. (2021). Fire, Smoke, and Song: Impacts of fine particulate matter on the health, behavior, and detection of birds and other wildlife. (Order No. 28774248). Available from Dissertations & Theses @ University of Washington WCLP; ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (2627362379).

T. Holloway and O. V. Sanderfoot. Intercontinental Air Pollution Transport: Links to Environmental Health. 2019. In: Nriagu, J. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Environmental Health. Elsevier, vol. 3, pp. 688–694. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-409548-9.11017-6

Letters to the Editor, Op-Eds & More

O. V. Sanderfoot and M. Ryan. A clean fuels standard is a win for our health and the wildlife that bring us joy. The Spokesman-Review. March 23, 2021.

O. V. Sanderfoot. Letter to the Editor: Re “E.P.A. Plans Limit on Evidence Used for Health Rules.” The New York Times. November 12, 2019.

O. V. Sanderfoot. Letter to the Editor: Re “Interior’s Plan for Softening Wildlife Shield.”The New York Times. July 24, 2018..

O. V. Sanderfoot. Wildfire smoke influences detection of birds. Oregon Birds. Fall 2021.

O. V. Sanderfoot. Leveraging community science to monitor local birds during COVID-19 lockdowns. Oregon Birds. Fall 2020.