Journal Articles

Witmer F and Hahn MB (In prep). Current and future potential habitat of Ixodes pacificus in Alaska.

Hahn MB (In review). Emergence of ticks as a public health concern, Alaska – 2010—2019. Alaska Department of Health and Social Services, Epidemiological Bulletin.

Butke D, Wild M, Monello R, Hahn M, and K Jackson (In review at EcoHealth). Managing wildlife disease in the National Parks under the climate crisis: Into unchartered temperatures and policy.

Hahn MB, Feirer S, Monaghan AJ, Lane RS, Eisen RJ, Padgett KA, and M Kelly (In review at Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases). Modeling future climate suitability for the western blacklegged tick, Ixodes pacificus, in California with an emphasis on land access and ownership.

Hahn MB, Kuiper G, O’Dell K, Fischer EV, and S Magzamen (2021). Wildfire smoke is associated with an increased risk of cardiorespiratory emergency room visits in Alaska. GeoHealth. Online pre-print.

Hahn MB, Van Wyck R, Lessard L, and R Fried (2021). Compounding effects of social vulnerability and recurring natural disasters on mental and physical health. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. 1-9.

Eichelberger L, Dev S, Howe T, Barnes DL, Bortz E, Briggs BR, Cochran P, Doston A, Drown DM, Hahn MB, Mattos K, and S Aggarwal (2021). Implications of Inadequate Water and Sanitation Infrastructure for Community Spread of COVID-19 in Remote Alaskan Communities. Science of the Total Environment. 776: 145842.

Bhatt US, Lader RT, Bieniek PA, Walsh JE, Thoman R, Merman M, Borries-Strigle C, Bulock K, Chriest J, Hahn M, Hendricks A, Jain P, Jandt R, Little J, Moore C, Rupp TS, Schmidt J, Stevens E Strader H, York A, and R Ziel (2021). Emerging anthropogenic influences on the Southcentral Alaska temperature and precipitation extremes and related fires in 2019. Land. 10 (1): 82.

Hahn MB, Van Wyck R, Seater, M, and A Marvin (2020). Evaluating the impact of an experiential learning curriculum on youth developmental assets and social relations within alternative high schools. Journal of Adventure Education and Outdoor Learning. 1-15.

Hahn MB, Kemp C, Ward-Waller C, Donovan S, Schmidt JI, and S Bauer (2020). Collaborative climate mitigation and adaptation planning with university, community, and municipal partners: A case study in Anchorage Alaska. Local Environment. 25(9): 648-665.

Hahn M, Disler G, Durden L, Coburn S, Witmer F, George W, Beckmen K, and R Gerlach (2020). Establishing a baseline for tick surveillance in Alaska: Tick collection records from 1909-2019. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases. 11(5): 101495.

Eisen RJ, Feirer S, Monaghan A, Padgett K, Hahn MB, Monaghan A, Kramer VL, Lane RS, and M Kelly (2018). Modeling climate suitability of the western blacklegged tick (Ixodes pacificus) in California. Journal of Medical Entomology. 55(5): 1133-1142.

Hahn MB, Bjork JK, Neitzel DF, Dorr FM, Whitemarsh T, Boegler KA, Graham CB, Johnson TL, Maes SE, and RJ Eisen (2018). Evaluating acarological risk for exposure to Ixodes scapularis and Ixodes scapularis-borne pathogens in recreational and residential settings in Washington County, Minnesota. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases. 9(2): 340-348.

Johnson TL, Haque U, Monaghan AJ, Eisen L, Hahn MB, Hayden MH, Savage HM, McAllister J, Mutebi JP, and RJ Eisen (2017). Modeling the environmental suitability for Aedes (Stegomyia) aegpti and Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus (Diptera: Culicidae) in the contiguous United States. Journal of Medical Entomology. 54(6): 1605-1614.

Hahn MB, Eisen L, McAllister J, Savage HM, Mutebi JP, and RJ Eisen (2017). Updated reported distribution of Aedes (Stegomyia) ageypti and Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus in the United States, 1995-2016. Journal of Medical Entomology. Journal of Medical Entomology. 54(5): 1420-1424.

Hahn MB, Jarnevich CS, Monaghan AJ, RJ Eisen (2017). Response: The geographic distribution of Ixodes scapularis (Acari: Ixodidae) revisited: The importance of assumptions about error balance. Journal of Medical Entomology. 54(5): 1104-1106.

Kilpatrick AM, Salkeld DJ, Titcomb G, and M Hahn (2017). Conservation of biodiversity as a strategy for improving human health and well-being. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B. 372: 20160131.

Hahn MB, Eisen RJ, Eisen L, Boegler, KA, Moore CG, McAllister J, Savage HM, and JP Mutebi (2016). Reported distribution of Aedes (Stegomyia) ageypti and Aedes (Stegomyia) albopictus in the United States, 1995-2016. Journal of Medical Entomology. 53(5): 1169-1175.

Hahn MB, Jarnevich CS, Monaghan AJ, and RJ Eisen (2016). Modeling the geographic distribution of Ixodes scapularis and Ixodes pacificus (Acari: Ixodidae) in the contiguous United States. Journal of Medical Entomology. 53(5): 1176-1191.

Zemtsova GE, Apanaskevich DA, Reeves WK, Hahn M, Snellgrove A, and ML Levin (2016). Phylogeography of Rhipicephalus sanguineus sensu lato and its relationship with climatic factors. Exp. Appl. Acarol. 69(2): 191-203.

Coutts C and Hahn M (2015). Green Infrastructure, Ecosystem Services, and Human Health. Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health. 12: 9768-9798.

Hahn MB, Monaghan AJ, Hayden MH, Eisen RJ, Delorey MJ, Lindsey NP, Nasci RS, and M Fischer (2015). Meteorological conditions associated with increased incidence of West Nile virus disease in the United States, 2004-2012. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 92(5): 1013-1022.

Hahn MB, Olson S, Vittor A, Barcellos C, Patz J, and W Pan (2014). Conservation efforts and malaria in the Brazilian Amazon. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 90(4): 591-594.

Hahn MB, Epstein JH, Gurley ES, Islam MS, Luby SP, Daszak P, and JA Patz (2014). Roosting behavior and habitat selection of Pteropus giganteus reveals potential links to Nipah virus epidemiology. Journal of Applied Ecology. 51: 367-387.

Hahn MB, Gurley ES, Epstein JH, Islam MS, Patz JA, Daszak P, and S Luby (2014). The role of landscape composition and configuration on Pteropus giganteus roosting ecology and Nipah virus spillover risk in Bangladesh. Am J Trop Med Hyg. 90(2): 247–255.

Hahn MB, Gangnon RE, Barcellos C, Asner GP, and JA Patz (2014). Influence of deforestation, logging, and fire on malaria in Brazilian Amazon. PLoS ONE. 9(1): e85725.

Hahn MB, Barrett MA, and P Horwitz (2012). Student Dialogues: EcoHealth Offers a Home to the Interdisciplinary Student. EcoHealth. 9(3): 241-242.

Hahn M, A Reiderer, and S Foster (2009). The Livelihood Vulnerability Index: A Pragmatic Approach to Assessing Risks from Climate Variability and Change. Global Environmental Change. 19: 74-88.

Book Chapters

Hahn MB (2021). Climate change and health in Alaska: How do things compare to the Lower 48? In Global Change and Human Health: From science to practice, 2nd edition; eds. George Luber, Jay Lemery, Kim Knowlton, and Cecilia Sorenson. Jossey-Bass: San Francisco, CA.

Hahn MB (2016). Infectious disease ecology. In Green Infrastructure and Public Health. Ed. Christopher Coutts. Routledge, UK.

Patz JA and Hahn MB (2013). Climate Change and Health: A One Health perspective. In Current Topics in Microbiology and Immunology: One Health. Vol. 365. Eds Mackenzie JS, Daszak P, and JA Rict. Online 18 November 2012.

Other Academic Publications

Hennessy T, Lessard L, Fried R, Bulkow L, Garcia GM, Miller J, Snyder L, Bogue K, Nix N, Hahn M, and J Meyer (2020). Maintaining COVID-19 suppression measures is hard. But Alaskans Must. Anchorage Daily News, Opinions. March 29.

Hahn MB and A Droghini (2020). Tick monitoring. Alaska Small Mammal Working Group, 2020 Newsletter.

Hahn MB and W George (2019). Tracking ticks in Alaska: Understanding how an invasive species may impact the health of humans and animals in the Arctic. Arctic Research Consortium of the United States, Witness the Arctic. 31 July Issue.

Hahn MB (2015). A OneHealth Perspective on Climate Change. In American Society for Microbiology’s Cultures Magazine. 2(4): 30-35.

Hahn MB (2013). Land use and the roosting ecology of Pteropus giganteus reveals links to Nipah virus epidemiology in Bangladesh. OneHealth Newsletter. 6(3): 4-7.

Technical Reports

Hahn M, Hodges-Snyder E, and L Lessard (2020). Regional comparisons of non-pharmaceutical interventions for COVID-19. Prepared for the Municipality of Anchorage.

UAA Division of Population Health Sciences (2020). Editors: Hahn M, Fried R, and L Lessard. Assessment of two COVID-19 models to guide community intervention policies in Anchorage and Alaska. Prepared for the Municipality of Anchorage and the State of Alaska.

Hahn, MB, Kilcoyne S, Kemp C et al. (2019). Anchorage Climate Action Plan. Municipality of Anchorage.

Wong TJ, Schramm PJ, Foster E, Hahn MB, Schafrick NH, Conlon KC, and L Cameron (2017). The effectiveness and implementation of 4-poster deer self-treatment devices for tick-borne disease prevention. Climate and Health Technical Report Series. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Climate and Health Program.

US Global Change Research Program (USGCRP) (2016). Impacts of Climate Change on Human Health in the United States: A Scientific Assessment. Crimmins A, Balbus J, Gamble J, Beard CB, Bell JE, Dodgen D, Eisen RJ, Fann N, Hawkins MD, Herring SC, Jantarasami L, Mills DM, Saha S, Sarofim MC, Trtanj J, and L Ziska, Eds. Contributing Author, Climate and Vector-borne Diseases Chapter.

Grabow ML, Hahn M, Whited M (2010). Valuing Bicycling’s Economic and Health Impacts in Wisconsin. White Paper commissioned by Wisconsin Representative Spencer Black.