60. Lane HM, Morello-Frosch R, Marshall JD, Apte JS. 2022. Historical redlining is associated with present-day air pollution disparities in U.S. cities. Accepted, Environmental Science & Technology Letters. [open access]
59. Deng H, Breunig H, Apte JS, Qin Y. 2022. An early career perspective on the opportunities and challenges of team science. Environmental Science & Technology 56, 1478-1481. [link]
58. Southerland VA, Brauer M, Mohegh A, Hammer M, van Donkelaar A, Martin RV, Apte JS, Anenberg SC. 2022. Global urban temporal trends in fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and attributable health burdens. Lancet Planetary Health 6, e139-e146. [open access]


57. Gani S, Chambliss S, Messier KP, Lunden MM, Apte JS. 2021. Spatiotemporal profiles of ultrafine particles differ from other traffic-related air pollutants: Lessons from long-term measurements at fixed sites and mobile monitoring. Environmental Science: Atmospheres. [open access]
56. Goin DE, Sudat S, Ridell C, Morello-Frosch R, Apte JS, Glymour M, Karasek D, Casey JA. 2021. Hyper-localized measures of air pollution and preeclampsia in Oakland, California. Environmental Science & Technology 55, 14710-14719. [link]

55. Liang Y, Sengupta D, Campmier M, Lunderberg DM, Apte JS , Goldstein AH. 2021. Wildfire smoke impacts on indoor air quality assessed using crowdsourced data in California. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118, e2106478118. [link] [PDF for Berkeley students]

54. Chambliss SE, Pinon CP, Messier KP, LaFranchi B, Upperman CR, Lunden MM, Robinson AL, Marshall JD, Apte JS. 2021. Local and regional-scale racial and ethnic disparities in air pollution determined by long-term mobile monitoring. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118, e2109249118. [open access]

53. Patel K, Campmier M, Bhandari S, Baig N, Gani S, Habib G, Apte JS, Hildebrandt Ruiz L. 2021. Persistence of primary and secondary pollutants in Delhi: Concentrations and composition from 2017 through the COVID pandemic. Environmental Science & Technology Letters 7, 492-497. [link]

52. Riddell CA, Goin DE, Morello-Frosch R, Apte JS, Glymour M, Torres JM, Casey JA. 2021. Hyper-localized measures of air pollution and risk of preterm birth in Oakland and San Jose, California. International Journal of Epidemiology, dyab097. [link]

51. Tessum CW, Paolella DA, Chambliss SE, Apte JS, Hill JD, Marshall JD. 2021. PM2.5 polluters disproportionately and systemically affect people of color in the United States. Science Advances 18, eabf4491. [open access]

Southerland VA, Anenberg SC, Harris M, Apte JS, Hystad P, van Donkelaar A, Martin RV, Beyers M, Roy A. 2021 Assessing the distribution of air pollution health risks within cities: a neighborhood-scale analysis leveraging high resolution datasets in the Bay Area, California. Environmental Health Perspectives 129, 037006. [open access]

49. Bekbulat B, Apte JS, Millet D, Robinson AL, Wells K, Presto AA, Marshall JD. 2021. Changes in criteria air pollution levels in the US before, during, and after Covid-19 stay-at-home orders: evidence from regulatory monitors. Science of the Total Environment 769, 144693. [link]

48. Patel K, Bhandari S, Gani S, Campmier M, Kumar P, Habib G, Apte JS, Hildebrant Ruiz L. 2021. Sources and dynamics of submicron aerosol during the autumn onset of the air pollution season in Delhi, India. ACS Earth and Space Chemistry 5, 118-128. [link]


47. Shah RU, Robinson ES, Gu P, Apte JS, Marshall JD, Robinson AL, Presto AA. 2020. Socio-economic disparities in exposure to urban restaurant emissions are larger than for traffic. Environmental Research Letters 15, 114039. [open access]

46.  Thakrar SK, Balasubramanian S, Adams PJ, Azevedo IML, Muller NZ, Pandis SN, Polasky S, Pope CA III, Robinson AL, Apte JS, Tessum CW, Marshall JD, Hill JD. 2021. Reducing mortality from outdoor air pollution by targeting specific emissions sources. Environmental Science & Technology Letters, 7, 639-645.[open access]

45. Chambliss SE, Preble CV, Caubel JJ, Cados T, Messier KP, Alvarez RA, LaFranchi B, Lunden MM, Marshall JD, Szpiro AA, Kirchstetter TW, Apte JS. 2020. Comparison of mobile and fixed-site black carbon measurements for high-resolution urban pollution mapping. Environmental Science & Technology 54, 7848–7857. [link]

44. Gani S, Bhandari S, Patel K, Seraj S, Soni P, Arub Z, Habib G, Hildebrant Ruiz L, Apte JS. 2020. Particle number concentrations and size distribution in a polluted megacity: The Delhi Aerosol Supersite study. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 20, 8533–8549. [open access]

43. Hammer M, van Donkelaar A, Li C, Lyapustin A, Sayer A, Hsu NC, Levy RC, Garay, Kalashnakova O, Kahn RA, Brauer M, Apte JS, Henze DK, Zhang L, Zhang Q, Ford B, Pierce JR, Martin RV. 2020. Global estimates and long-term trends of fine particulate matter concentrations (1998-2018). Environmental Science & Technology 54, 13, 7879–7890. [open access]

42. Arub Z, Bhandari S, Gani S, Apte JS, Hildebrandt Ruiz L, Habib G. 2020. Air mass physio-chemical characteristics over New Delhi: Impacts on aerosol hygroscopicity and CCN formation. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 20, 6953–6971. [open access]

41. Crilley L, Singh A, Kramer LJ, Shaw MD, Alam MS, Apte JS, Bloss WJ, Ruiz LH, Fu P, Fu W, Gani S, Gatari M, Ilyinskaya E, Lewis AC, Ng’ang’a D, Sun Y, Whitty RCW, Yue S, Young S, Pope FD. 2020. Effect of aerosol composition on the performance of low-cost optical particle counter correction factors. Atmospheric Measurement Technology 13, 1181–1193. [open access]

40. Ye Q, Li HZ, Gu P, Robinson ES, Sullivan RC, Apte JS, Robinson AL, Donahue NM, Presto AA. 2020. Moving beyond fine particle mass: High-spatial resolution exposure to source-resolved atmospheric particle number and chemical mixing state. Environmental Health Perspectives 128, 17009. [open access]

39. Bhandari S, Gani S, Patel K, Wang DS, Soni P, Arub Z, Habib G, Apte JS, Hildebrandt Ruiz L. 2020. Sources and atmospheric dynamics of organic aerosol in New Delhi, India: Insights from receptor modeling. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 20, 735–752. [open access]

38. Zimmerman N, Li HZ, Ellis A, Hauryliuk A, Robinson ES, Gu P, Shah RU, Ye Q, Snell L, Subramanian R, Robinson AL, Apte JS, Presto AA. 2020. Improving correlations between land use and air pollutant concentrations using wavelet analysis: insights from a low-cost sensor network. Aerosol and Air Quality Research 20, 314-328. [open access]


37. Anenberg SC, Achakulwisut P, Brauer M, Moran D, Apte JS, Henze D. 2019. Particulate matter mortality in cities worldwide: a challenge and an opportunity for co-benefits from low carbon development. Scientific Reports 9, 11552. [open access]

36. Hagan D, Gani S, Bhandari S, Patel K, Habib G, Apte JS, Hildebrandt Ruiz L, Kroll JH. 2019. Inferring aerosol sources from low-cost air quality sensor measurements: a case study in Delhi, India. Environmental Science & Technology Letters 6, 467-472. [open access]

35. Robinson ES, Shah RU, Messier KP, Gu P, Li HZ, Apte JS, Robinson AL, Presto AA. 2019. Land use regression modeling of source-resolved fine particulate matter components from mobile sampling. Environmental Science & Technology 53, 8925-8937 [link]

34. Spears D, Dey S, Chowdhury S, Scorovnick N, Vyas S, Apte JS. 2019. The association of early-life exposure to ambient PM2.5and later-childhood height-for-age in India: An observational study. Environmental Health 18:62[open access]

33. Saha P, Li Z, Apte JS, Robinson AL, Presto AA. 2019. Urban ultrafine particle exposure assessment with land-use regression: Influence of sampling strategy. Environmental Science & Technology 53, 7326-7336. [link]

32. Fantke P, McKone TE, Tainio M, Jolliet O, Apte JS, Stylianou K, Illner N, Marshall JD, Choma EF, Evans JS. 2019. Global effect factors for exposure to fine particulate matter. Environmental Science & Technology 53, 6855-6868. [open access]

31. Apte JS and Pant P. Towards cleaner air for a billion Indians. 2019. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 11610614-10616. [link] [link for students]

30. Gani S, Bhandari S, Seraj S, Wang DS, Patel K, Soni P, Arub Z, Habib G, Hildebrandt Ruiz L, Apte JS. 2019. Submicron aerosol composition in the world’s most polluted megacity: The Delhi Aerosol Supersite study. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 19, 6843-6859. [open access]

29. Tessum CW, Apte JS,Goodkind AL, Muller NZ, Mullins KA, Paolella DA, Polasky S, Springer NP, Thakrar SK, Marshall JD, Hill JD. 2019. Inequity in consumption of goods and services widens racial-ethnic disparities in air pollution exposure. In press, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116, 6001-6006. [open access]

28. Li HZ, Gu P, Ye Q, Zimmerman N, Robinson ES, Subramanian R, Apte JS, Robinson AL, Presto AA. 2019. Spatially dense air pollutant sampling: Implications of spatial variability on the representativeness of stationary air pollutant monitors. Atmospheric Environment X 2,  [open access]

27. Saha P, Zimmerman N, Mailings C, Hauryliuk A, Li Z, Snell L, Subramanian R, Lipsky EM, Apte JS, Robinson AL, Presto AA. 2019. Quantifying high-resolution spatial variations and local source impacts of urban ultrafine particle concentration. Science of the Total Environment 655, 473-481. [link]


26. Shah RU, Robinson ES, Gu P, Robinson AL, Apte JS, Presto AA. High spatial resolution mapping of aerosol composition and sources in Oakland, California using mobile aerosol mass spectrometry. 2018. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 18, 16325-16344.  [open access]

25. Messier KP, Chambliss SE, Gani S, Alvarez RA, Brauer M, Choi JJ, Hamburg SP, Kerckhoffs J, LaFranchi B, Lunden MM, Marshall JD, Portier CJ, Roy A, Szpiro AA, Vermeulen RCH, Apte JS. 2018. Mapping air pollution with Google Street View cars: Efficient approaches with mobile monitoring and land use regression. Environmental Science & Technology 52, 12563-12572[open access]

24. Gu P, Li HZ, Ye Q, Robinson ES, Apte JS, Robinson AL, Presto AA. 2018. Intra-city variability of PM exposure is driven by carbonaceous sources and correlated with land use variables. Environmental Science & Technology, 52, 11545 - 11554. [link]

23. Burnett R, Chen H, Szyszkowicz M, Fann N, Hubbell B, Pope CA III, Apte JS, Brauer M, Cohen A, Weichenthal S, Coggins J, Di Q, Brunekreef B, Frostad J, Lim SS, Kan H, Walker KD, Thurston G, Hayes RB, Lim CC, Turner MC, Jerrett M, Krewski D, Gapstur SM, Diver WR, Ostro B, Goldberg D, Crouse DL, Martin RV, Peters P, Pinault L, Tjepkema M, van Donkelaar A, Villeneueve PJ, Miller, AB, Yin P, Zhou M, Wang L, Janssen NAH, Marra M, Atkinson RW, Tsang H, Thach TQ, Cannon JB, Allen RT, Hart J, Laden F, Cesaroni G, Forastiere F, Weinmayr G, Jaensch A, Nagel G, Concin H, Spadaro JV. 2018. Global estimates of mortality associated with long-term exposure to outdoor fine particulate matter. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 115, 9592-9597.[open access]

22. Apte JS,Brauer M, Cohen AJ, Ezzati M, Pope CA III. 2018. Ambient PM2.5 reduces global and regional life expectancy. Environmental Science & Technology Letters 5, 546-551. [link, open access]

21. Robinson ES, Gu P, Ye Q, Li ZH, Shah RU, Apte JS, Robinson AL, Presto AA. 2018. Restaurant impacts on outdoor air quality: elevated organic aerosol mass from restaurant cooking with neighborhood-scale plume extents. Environmental Science & Technology 52, 9285–9294. [link]

20. Paolella D, Tessum CW, Adams P, Apte JS, Chambliss SE, Hill J, Muller NZ, Marshall JD. 2018. Effect of model spatial resolution on estimates of fine particulate matter exposure and exposure disparities in the United States. Environmental Science & Technology Letters5, 436-441. [link]

19. Ye Q, Gu P, Li HZ, Robinson ES, Lipsky EM, Kaltsonoudis C, Lee AKY, Apte JS, Robinson AL, Sullivan RC, Presto AA, Donahue NM. 2018. Characterization of spatial variability of sources and mixing state of atmospheric particles in a metropolitan area. Environmental Science & Technology 52, 6807-6815.[link]

18. Saha P, Robinson ES, Shah RU, Zimmerman N, Apte JS, Robinson AL, Presto AA. 2018. Reduced ultrafine particle concentration in urban air: Changes in nucleation and anthropogenic emissions. Environmental Science & Technology 52, 6798–6806.[link]

17. Alexeef SE, Roy A, Shan J, Liu X, Messier K, Apte JS, Portier C, Sidney S, van den Eeden SK. 2018. High-resolution mapping of traffic related air pollution with Google Street View cars and incidence of cardiovascular events within neighborhoods in Oakland, CA. Environmental Health 17:38 [open access]


16. Fantke P, Jolliet O, Apte JS, Hodas N, Evans J, Weschler CJ, Stylianou K.S, Jantunen M, McKone TE. 2017. Characterizing aggregated exposure to primary particulate matter: Recommended intake fractions for indoor and outdoor sources. Environmental Science & Technology51, 9089-9100. [link, open access]

15. Apte JS, Messier KP, Gani S, Brauer M, Kirchstetter TW, Lunden MM, Marshall JD, Portier CJ, Vermeulen RCH,  Hamburg SP. 2017. High resolution air pollution mapping with Google Street View cars: Exploiting big data. Environmental Science & Technology 51, 6999-7008. [open access]

14. Kirchstetter TW, Preble CV, Hadley OC, Bond TC, Apte JS. 2017. Large reductions in black carbon concentrations in the United States between 1965 and 2000. Atmospheric Environment 151, 17-23. [link]


13. Brauer M, Freedman G, Frostad J, van Donkelaar A, Martin R, Dentener F, van Dingenen, Rita, Estep K, Amini H, Apte JS, Balakrishnan K, Barregard L, Broday D, Feigin V, Ghosh S, Hopke P, Knibbs L, Kokubo Y, Liu Y, Ma S, Morawska L, Texcalac Sangrador J-L, Shaddick G, Anderson HR, Vos T, Forouzanfar M, Burnett R, Cohen A. 2016. Ambient air pollution exposure estimation for the Global Burden of Disease 2013. Environmental Science & Technology 50, 79-88.[link]


12. Marshall JD, Apte JS, Coggins JS, Goodkind AL. 2015. Blue skies bluer? Environmental Science & Technology 49, 13929-13936. [link]

11. Apte JS, Marshall JD, Cohen AJ, Brauer M. 2015. Addressing global mortality from ambient PM2.5Environmental Science & Technology 49, 8057-8066. [open access]

10. Tang NW, Apte JS, Martien PM, Kirchstetter TW. 2015. Black carbon emissions from in-use diesel-electric passenger locomotives. Atmospheric Environment 115295-303. [link]

9. Su J, Apte JS, Lipsitt J, Garcia-Gonzales, DA, Beckerman BS, de Nazelle A, Texcalac-Sagrandor J-L, Jerrett M. 2015. Identification of population potentially exposed to traffic in seven world cities. Environment International78, 82-89. [link]

8. Fantke P, Jolliet O, Evans JS, Apte JS, Cohen AJ, Hänninen OO, Hurley F, Jantunen MJ, Jerrett M, Levy JI, Loh MM, Marshall JD, Miller BG, Preiss P, Spadaro JV, Tainio M, Tuomisto JT, Weschler CJ, McKone TE. 2015. Health effects of fine particulate matter in life cycle impact assessment: findings from the Basel Guidance Workshop. International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment 20, 276-288. [link]


7. Krzyzanowski M, Apte JS, Bonjour SP, Brauer M, Cohen AJ, Prüss-Üstün A. 2014. Air pollution in the megacities. Current Environmental Health Reports 1, 185-191. [link]


6. Saraswat A , Apte JS, Kandlikar M, Brauer M, Henderson SB, Marshall JD, 2013. Spatiotemporal land use regression models of fine, ultrafine, and black carbon particulate matter in New Delhi, India. Environmental Science & Technology 47, 12903–12911. [link]


5. Apte JS, Bombrun E, Marshall JD, Nazaroff WW, 2012. Global intraurban intake fractions for air pollutants from vehicles and other distributed sources. Environmental Science & Technology 46, 3415-3423.
[link, open access]

4. Grieshop AP, Boland D, Reynolds CCO, Gouge B, Apte JS, Rogak S, Kandlikar M. 2011. Modeling air pollutant emissions from Indian auto-rickshaws: model development and implications for fleet emission rate estimates.  Atmospheric Environment 50, 148-15. [link]


3. Apte JS, Kirchstetter TW, Reich AH, Deshpande SJ, Kaushik G, Chel A, Marshall JD, Nazaroff WW. 2011. Concentrations of fine, ultrafine, and black carbon particles in auto-rickshaws in New Delhi, India. Atmospheric Environment 45, 4470-4480. [link]

2. Sager J, Apte JS, Lemoine DM, Kammen DM. 2011. Reduce the growth rate of light duty vehicle travel to meet 2050 global climate goals. Environmental Research Letters 6, 024018. [link]


1. Coffey B, Borgeson S, Selkowitz S, Apte JS, Mathew P, Haves P. 2009. Towards a very low-energy building stock: modeling the US commercial building sector to support policy and innovation planning. Building Research & Information 37, 610-624. [link]