Professor Philip Weinstein

Philip Weinstein
Professorial Research Fellow
School of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Sciences

Professor Philip Weinstein is a Research Fellow in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Adelaide. Prior to his current appointment he was Head of School in the School of Biological Sciences. He holds dual qualifications in ecology (PhD) and public health medicine (MBBS, FAFPHM).

Phil has lectured zoology at James Cook University, was Professor of Public and Environmental Health at the University of Queensland, and Head of School of Population Health at the University of Western Australia. He has over 250 publications on the environmental determinants of water-borne and mosquito-borne disease, and also led a major research programme on air quality and respiratory health through the Cooperative Research Centre for Asthma and Airways.

He was a member of the Board of Review Editors for the global Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, served as Co-Chair of the International Medical Geology Association, and is currently Vice President of the Australian Entomological Society.

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Professor Philip Weinstein

Professor Philip Weinstein is a Research Fellow in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Adelaide. Prior to his current appointment he was Head of School in the School of Biological Sciences. He holds dual qualifications in ecology (PhD) and public health medicine (MBBS, FAFPHM).

Phil has lectured zoology at James Cook University, was Professor of Public and Environmental Health at the University of Queensland, and Head of School of Population Health at the University of Western Australia. He has over 250 publications on the environmental determinants of water-borne and mosquito-borne disease, and also led a major research programme on air quality and respiratory health through the Cooperative Research Centre for Asthma and Airways.

He was a member of the Board of Review Editors for the global Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, served as Co-Chair of the International Medical Geology Association, and is currently Vice President of the Australian Entomological Society.

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD — email supervisor to discuss availability.

Healthy ecosystems provide a variety of ecosystem services to humans, most obviously provisioning services (food, water, fuel, and shelter), but also regulating services (climate control, disease suppression) and cultural services (recreation and wellbeing).  Biodiversity is fundamental to maintaining ecosystem functionality and resilience, and when biodiversity is adversely affected by human activities such as urbanisation, agriculture, and CO2 emission, ecosystem services can fail.  Directly or indirectly, the maintenance of biodiversity can prevent the emergence and re-emergence of a variety of public health problems that include exposure to toxins, vector borne diseases, and lifestyle diseases.

My recent work has focused on demonstrating a quantifiable link between healthy ecosystems and healthy humans, using examples of recently ‘created’ public health problems such as Ross River virus infection in salinised landscapes; birth defects in poorly managed water catchments; ciguatera poisoning from bleached reef ecosystems; and leptospirosis in fragmented habitats. Such examples support the idea that biodiversity conservation can benefit both the environment and human health concurrently. To provide a better evidence base for policy generation in this area, more multidisciplinary research is required – including further analyses of the ecological linkages between biodiversity conservation and human health outcomes.

I welcome students and collaborators who have overlapping interests in elucidating the ecological linkages between biodiversity and human health.

Awards and Achievements

Date Type Title Institution Name Country Amount
2015 Award Tony McMichael Public Health Ecology and Environment Award - 2015 PHAA Australia
2008 Research Award WA Water Research Merit Award
2008 Teaching Award Faculty of Medicine Excellence in Teaching Award (Research Supervision) University of Western Australia Australia
2005 Award Award for Excellence in Professional and Scholarly Publishing, Geology/Geography Category Association of American Publishers.
2005 Achievement Highly Commended, British Medical Association, Public Health Category 2005
1995 Fellowship Cottrell Fellow Royal Australasian College of Physicians Australia

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
University of Adelaide Australia MBBS
University of Adelaide Australia PhD
Australian National University Australia MAppEpi
University of Western Australia Australia MA
Royal Australasian College of Physicians Australia FAFPHM

Journals

Year Citation
2018 Liddicoat, C., Bi, P., Waycott, M., Glover, J., Lowe, A., & Weinstein, P. (2018). Landscape biodiversity correlates with respiratory health in Australia. Journal of Environmental Management, 206, 113.
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2018 Flies, E., Weinstein, P., Anderson, S., Koolhof, I., Foufopoulos, J., & Williams, C. (2018). Ross River virus and the necessity of multi-scale, eco-epidemiological analyses.. The Journal of infectious diseases, 217(5), 807-815.
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2018 Xiang, J., Hansen, A., Liu, Q., Tong, M., Liu, X., Sun, Y., . . . Bi, P. (2018). Association between malaria incidence and meteorological factors: a multi-location study in China, 2005-2012. Epidemiology and infection, 146(1), 89-99.
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2018 Liddicoat, C., Bi, P., Waycott, M., Glover, J., Breed, M., & Weinstein, P. (2018). Ambient soil cation exchange capacity inversely associates with infectious and parasitic disease risk in regional Australia. Science of the Total Environment, 626, 117-125.
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2018 Stanhope, J., Weinstein, P., & Cook, A. (2018). Do natural spring waters in Australia and New Zealand affect health? A systematic review. Journal of Water and Health, 16(1), 1-13.
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2017 Flies, E., Skelly, C., Negi, S., Prabhakaran, P., Liu, Q., Liu, K., . . . Weinstein, P. (2017). Biodiverse green spaces: a prescription for global urban health. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 15(9), 510-516.
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2017 Hansen, A., Xiang, J., Liu, Q., Tong, M., Sun, Y., Liu, X., . . . Bi, P. (2017). Experts' Perceptions on China's Capacity to Manage Emerging and Re-emerging Zoonotic Diseases in an Era of Climate Change. Zoonoses and Public Health, 64(7), 527-536.
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2017 Zhang, Y., Nitschke, M., Krackowizer, A., Dear, K., Pisaniello, D., Weinstein, P., . . . Bi, P. (2017). Risk factors for deaths during the 2009 heat wave in Adelaide, Australia: a matched case-control study. International Journal of Biometeorology, 61(1), 35-47.
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2017 Dueholm, B., Bruce, D., Weinstein, P., Semple, S., Møller, B., & Weiner, J. (2017). Spatial analysis of root hemiparasitic shrubs and their hosts: a search for spatial signatures of above- and below-ground interactions. Plant Ecology, 218(2), 185-196.
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2017 Xiang, J., Hansen, A., Liu, Q., Liu, X., Tong, M., Sun, Y., . . . Bi, P. (2017). Association between dengue fever incidence and meteorological factors in Guangzhou, China, 2005-2014. Environmental Research, 153, 17-26.
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2017 Dueholm, B., Bruce, D., Weinstein, P., Semple, S., Møller, B., & Weiner, J. (2017). Erratum to: Spatial analysis of root hemiparasitic shrubs and their hosts: a search for spatial signatures of above- and below-ground interactions (Plant Ecol, 10.1007/s11258-016-0676-8). Plant Ecology, 218(2), 197-199.
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2017 Lau, C., Aubry, M., Musso, D., Teissier, A., Paulous, S., Desprès, P., . . . Weinstein, P. (2017). New evidence for endemic circulation of Ross River virus in the Pacific Islands and the potential for emergence. International Journal of Infectious Diseases, 57, 73-76.
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2017 Tong, M., Hansen, A., Hanson-Easey, S., Cameron, S., Xiang, J., Liu, Q., . . . Bi, P. (2017). Health professionals' perceptions of hemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome and climate change in China. Global and Planetary Change, 152, 12-18.
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2017 Stanhope, J., Carver, S., & Weinstein, P. (2017). Health outcomes of beekeeping: a systematic review. Journal of Apicultural Research, 56(2), 100-111.
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2017 Tong, X., Hansen, A., Hanson-Easey, S., Cameron, S., Xiang, J., Liu, Q., . . . Bi, P. (2017). Perceptions of malaria control and prevention in an era of climate change: a cross-sectional survey among CDC staff in China. Malaria Journal, 16(1), 136-1-136-10.
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2017 Lau, C., Sweet, M., & Weinstein, P. (2017). A stitch in time: unrecognized retained foreign bodies after a needlefish injury. Journal of Travel Medicine, 24(2), taw092-1-taw092-3.
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2017 Jæger, D., Simpson, B., Ndi, C., Jäger, A., Crocoll, C., Møller, B., . . . Semple, S. (2017). Biological activity and LC-MS/MS profiling of extracts from the Australian medicinal plant Acacia ligulata (Fabaceae). Natural Product Research, Online(5), 1-6.
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2017 Rowbottom, R., Carver, S., Barmuta, L., Weinstein, P., & Allen, G. (2017). Mosquito distribution in a saltmarsh: determinants of eggs in a variable environment. Journal of Vector Ecology, 42(1), 161-170.
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2017 Mills, J., Weinstein, P., Gellie, N., Weyrich, L., Lowe, A., & Breed, M. (2017). Urban habitat restoration provides a human health benefit through microbiome rewilding: the Microbiome Rewilding Hypothesis. Restoration Ecology, 25(6), 866-872.
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2017 Jæger, D., Ndi, C., Crocoll, C., Simpson, B., Khakimov, B., Guzman-Genuino, R., . . . Semple, S. (2017). Isolation and Structural Characterization of Echinocystic Acid Triterpenoid Saponins from the Australian Medicinal and Food Plant Acacia ligulata. Journal of Natural Products, 80(10), 2692-2698.
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2016 Weinstein, P., Delean, S., Wood, T., & Austin, A. (2016). Bioluminescence in the ghost fungus Omphalotus nidiformis does not attract potential spore dispersing insects. IMA Fungus, 7(2), 229-234.
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2016 Zhang, Y., Nitschke, M., Krackowizer, A., Dear, K., Pisaniello, D., Weinstein, P., . . . Bi, P. (2016). Risk factors of direct heat-related hospital admissions during the 2009 heatwave in Adelaide, Australia: a matched case-control study. BMJ Open, 6(6), e010666-1-e010666-7.
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2016 Flies, E., WILLIAMS, C., Weinstein, P., & Anderson, S. (2016). Improving public health intervention for mosquito-borne disease: the value of geovisualization using source of infection and LandScan data. Epidemiology and Infection, 144(14), 3108-3119.
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2016 Simpson, B., Bulone, V., Semple, S., Booker, G., McKinnon, R., & Weinstein, P. (2016). Arid awakening: new opportunities for Australian plant natural product research. Rangeland Journal, 38(5), 467-478.
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2016 Flies, E., Flies, A., Fricker, S., Weinstein, P., & Williams, C. (2016). Regional comparison of mosquito bloodmeals in South Australia: implications for Ross River virus ecology. Journal of Medical Entomology, 53(4), 902-910.
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2016 Lau, C., Musso, D., Fournier, P., Parola, P., Raoult, D., & Weinstein, P. (2016). Absence of serological evidence of Rickettsia spp., Bartonella spp., Ehrlichia spp. and Coxiella burnetii infections in American Samoa. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases, Online(5), 1-3.
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2016 Lim, M., Weinstein, P., Bell, A., Hambling, T., Tompkins, D., & Slaney, D. (2016). Seroprevalence of antibodies to Rickettsia typhi in the Waikato region of New Zealand. Epidemiology and Infection, 144(11), 2283-2289.
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2016 Tong, M., Hansen, A., Hanson-Easey, S., Xiang, J., Cameron, S., Liu, Q., . . . Bi, P. (2016). Perceptions of capacity for infectious disease control and prevention to meet the challenges of dengue fever in the face of climate change: A survey among CDC staff in Guangdong Province, China. Environmental Research, 148, 295-302.
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2016 Liddicoat, C., Waycott, M., & Weinstein, P. (2016). Environmental change and human health: Can environmental proxies inform the biodiversity hypothesis for protective microbial-human contact?. BioScience, 66(12), 1023-1034.
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2015 Finlayson, C. M., Horwitz, P., & Weinstein, P. (2015). A synthesis: Wetlands as settings for human health. Wetlands: Ecology, Conservation and Management, 5, 251-263.
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2015 Rowbottom, R., Carver, S., Barmuta, L., Weinstein, P., Foo, D., & Allen, G. (2015). Resource limitation, controphic ostracod density and larval mosquito development. PLoS One, 10(11), e0142472-1-e0142472-13.
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2015 Hansen, A., Cameron, S., Liu, Q., Sun, Y., Weinstein, P., Williams, C., . . . Bi, P. (2015). Transmission of haemorrhagic fever with renal syndrome in China and the role of climate factors: a review. International Journal of Infectious Diseases, 33, 212-218.
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2015 Wei, J., Hansen, A., Liu, Q., Sun, Y., Weinstein, P., & Bi, P. (2015). The effect of meteorological variables on the transmission of hand, foot and mouth disease in four major cities of Shanxi province, China: a time series data analysis (2009-2013). PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 9(3), e0003572-1-e0003572-19.
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2015 Stanhope, J., Carver, S., & Weinstein, P. (2015). The risky business of being an entomologist: a systematic review. Environmental Research, 140, 619-633.
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2015 Slaney, G., Guiney, A., Hezel, Y., & Weinstein, P. (2015). Penetrating neck injury in an isolated medical setting. Medical Journal of Australia, 203(1), 45-47.
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2015 Flies, E., Toi, C., Weinstein, P., Doggett, S., & Williams, C. (2015). Converting mosquito surveillance to arbovirus surveillance with honey-baited nucleic acid preservation cards. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 15(7), 397-403.
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2015 Tong, M., Hansen, A., Hanson-Easey, S., Cameron, S., Xiang, J., Liu, Q., . . . Bi, P. (2015). Infectious diseases, urbanization and climate change: challenges in future China. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(9), 11025-11036.
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2015 Stanhope, J., Weinstein, P., & Cook, A. (2015). Health effects of natural spring waters: a protocol for systematic reviews with a regional case example. Journal of integrative medicine, 13(6), 416-420.
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2015 Derne, B. T., Weinstein, P., & Lau, C. L. (2015). Wetlands as sites of exposure to water-borne infectious diseases. Wetlands: Ecology, Conservation and Management, 5, 45-74.
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2015 Paynter, S., Ware, R., Sly, P., Weinstein, P., & Williams, G. (2015). Respiratory syncytial virus seasonality in tropical Australia. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Public Health, 39(1), 8-10.
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2015 Reynolds, C., Piantadosi, J., Buckley, J., Weinstein, P., & Boland, J. (2015). Evaluation of the environmental impact of weekly food consumption in different socio-economic households in Australia using environmentally extended input-output analysis. Ecological Economics, 111, 58-64.
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2015 Paynter, S., Ware, R., Sly, P., Williams, G., & Weinstein, P. (2015). Seasonal immune modulation in humans: observed patterns and potential environmental drivers. Journal of Infection, 70(1), 1-10.
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2015 Derne, B., Weinstein, P., Musso, D., & Lau, C. (2015). Distribution of rickettsioses in Oceania: past patterns and implications for the future. Acta Tropica, 143, 121-133.
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2015 Speldewinde, P., Slaney, D., & Weinstein, P. (2015). Is restoring an ecosystem good for your health?. Science of the Total Environment, 502, 276-279.
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2015 Faddy, H., Seed, C., Lau, C., Racloz, V., Flower, R., Smythe, L., . . . Weinstein, P. (2015). Antibodies to Leptospira among blood donors in higher-risk areas of Australia: possible implications for transfusion safety. Blood Transfusion, 13(1), 32-36.
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2014 Reynolds, C., Buckley, J., Weinstein, P., & Boland, J. (2014). Are the dietary guidelines for meat, fat, fruit and vegetable consumption appropriate for environmental sustainability? A review of the literature. Nutrients, 6(6), 2251-2265.
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2014 Johnston, E., Weinstein, P., Slaney, D., Flies, A., Fricker, S., & Williams, C. (2014). Mosquito communities with trap height and urban-rural gradient in Adelaide, South Australia: implications for disease vector surveillance. Journal of Vector Ecology, 39(1), 48-55.
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2014 Paynter, S., Yakob, L., Simões, E., Lucero, M., Tallo, V., Nohynek, H., . . . Sly, P. (2014). Using mathematical transmission modelling to investigate drivers of respiratory syncytial virus seasonality in children in the Philippines. PLoS One, 9(2), e90094-1-e90094-11.
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2014 Paynter, S., Ware, R., Lucero, M., Tallo, V., Nohynek, H., Weinstein, P., . . . Simoes, E. (2014). Malnutrition: a risk factor for severe respiratory syncytial virus infection and hospitalization. Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal, 33(3), 267-271.
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2014 Grimmer, K., Lizarondo, L., Kumar, S., Bell, E., Buist, M., & Weinstein, P. (2014). An evidence-based framework to measure quality of allied health care. Health Research Policy and Systems, 12(1), 10-1-10-10.
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2014 Buist, M., Jaffray, L., Bell, E., Hanna, L., Weinstein, P., Kumar, S., & Grimmer, K. (2014). Utilisation of beds on the general medical unit by 'non-acute medical' patients: a retrospective study of incidence and cost in two Tasmanian regional medical hospital units. Internal Medicine Journal, 44(2), 171-177.
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2014 Paynter, S., Sly, P., Ware, R., Williams, G., & Weinstein, P. (2014). The importance of the local environment in the transmission of respiratory syncytial virus. Science of the Total Environment, 493, 521-525.
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2014 Waldon, J., Lamb, D., Delahunt, B., Nacey, J., Dady, P., Johnson, C., . . . Weinstein, P. (2014). A comparison of cancer statistics in New Zealand and Australia: 1996-2007. New Zealand Medical Journal, 127(1400), 20-29.
Scopus6 Europe PMC1
2014 Lau, C., Weinstein, P., & Slaney, D. (2014). The importance of surveillance for informing pretravel medical advice: Imported malaria in New Zealand 1997-2009. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 14(2), 134-140.
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2014 Fearnley, E., Magalhães, R., Speldewinde, P., Weinstein, P., & Dobson, A. (2014). Environmental Correlates of Mental Health Measures for Women in Western Australia. EcoHealth, 11(4), 502-511.
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2013 Duncombe, J., Lau, C., Weinstein, P., Aaskov, J., Rourke, M., Grant, R., & Clements, A. (2013). Seroprevalence of dengue in American Samoa, 2010.. Emerging infectious diseases, 19(2), 324-326.
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2013 Slaney, G., Cook, A., & Weinstein, P. (2013). High altitude syndromes at intermediate altitudes: a pilot study in the Australian Alps. Medical Hypotheses, 81(4), 547-550.
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2013 Paynter, S., Ware, R., Lucero, M., Tallo, V., Nohynek, H., Simões, E., . . . ARIVAC Consortium. (2013). Poor growth and pneumonia seasonality in infants in the Philippines: cohort and time series studies. PLoS One, 8(6), e67528-1-e67528-9.
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2013 Duncombe, J., Clements, A., Davis, J., Hu, W., Weinstein, P., & Ritchie, S. (2013). Spatiotemporal patterns of Aedes aegypti populations in Cairns, Australia: assessing drivers of dengue transmission. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 18(7), 839-849.
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2013 Paynter, S., Weinstein, P., Ware, R., Lucero, M., Tallo, V., Nohynek, H., . . . ARIVAC Consortium. (2013). Sunshine, rainfall, humidity and child pneumonia in the tropics: time-series analyses. Epidemiology and Infection, 141(6), 1328-1336.
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2013 Duncombe, J., Lau, C., Weinstein, P., Aaskov, J., Rourke, M., Grant, R., & Clements, A. (2013). Seroprevalence of dengue in American Samoa, 2010. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 19(2), 325-326.
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2013 Duncombe, J., Espino, F., Marollano, K., Velazco, A., Ritchie, S., Hu, W., . . . Clements, A. (2013). Characterizing the spatial dynamics of sympatric Aedes Aegypti and Aedes Albopictus populations in the Philippines. Geospatial health, 8(1), 255-265.
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2013 Lau, C., Weinstein, P., & Slaney, D. (2013). Dengue surveillance by proxy: travellers as sentinels for outbreaks in the Pacific Islands. Epidemiology and Infection, 141(11), 2328-2334.
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2012 Williams, S., Nitschke, M., Weinstein, P., Pisaniello, D., Parton, K., & Bi, P. (2012). The impact of summer temperatures and heatwaves on mortality and morbidity in Perth, Australia 1994-2008. Environment International, 40(1), 33-38.
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2012 Williams, S., Nitschke, M., Sullivan, T., Tucker, G., Weinstein, P., Pisaniello, D., . . . Bi, P. (2012). Heat and health in Adelaide, South Australia: Assessment of heat thresholds and temperature relationships. Science of the Total Environment, 414, 126-133.
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2012 Jennifer, D., Clements, A., Hu, W., Weinstein, P., Ritchie, S., & Espino, F. (2012). In response. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 87(6), 1153.
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2012 Rodríguez, C., Taylor, P., Devine, B., Van Buynder, P., Weinstein, P., & Cook, A. (2012). Assessing health risks from pesticides in recycled water: a case study of augmentation of drinking water supplies in Perth, Western Australia. Human and Ecological Risk Assessment, 18(6), 1216-1236.
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2012 Lau, C., Clements, A., Skelly, C., Dobson, A., Smythe, L., & Weinstein, P. (2012). Leptospirosis in American Samoa - estimating and mapping risk using environmental data. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 6(5), e1669-1-e1669-11.
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2012 Lau, C., Weinstein, P., & Slaney, D. (2012). Imported cases of Ross River virus disease in New Zealand - a travel medicine perspective. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease, 10(3), 129-134.
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2012 Duncombe, J., Clements, A., Hu, W., Weinstein, P., Ritchie, S., & Espino, F. (2012). Geographical information systems for dengue surveillance. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 86(5), 753-755.
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2012 Slaney, G., Salmon, J., & Weinstein, P. (2012). Can a school based programme in a natural environment reduce BMI in overweight adolescents?. Medical Hypotheses, 79(1), 68-70.
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2012 Jeggo, M., Butler, C., Jing, F., Weinstein, P., & Daszak, P. (2012). EcoHealth and the influenza A/H5N1 dual use issue. EcoHealth, 9(1), 1-3.
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2012 Drysdale, M., Bjorklund, K., Jamieson, H., Weinstein, P., Cook, A., & Watkins, R. (2012). Evaluating the respiratory bioaccessibility of nickel in soil through the use of a simulated lung fluid. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 34(2), 279-288.
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2012 Weinstein, P. (2012). Animal bites and rabies exposure in Australian travellers (vol 195, pg 673, 2011). MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 196(1), 38.
2012 Lau, C., Dobson, A., Smythe, L., Fearnley, E., Skelly, C., Clements, A., . . . Weinstein, P. (2012). Leptospirosis in American Samoa 2010: epidemiology, environmental drivers, and the management of emergence. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 86(2), 309-319.
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2012 Lau, C., Mills, D., & Weinstein, P. (2012). Response to letter. Journal of Travel Medicine, 19(2), 136.
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2012 Lau, C., Skelly, C., Smythe, L., Craig, S., & Weinstein, P. (2012). Emergence of new leptospiral serovars in American Samoa - ascertainment or ecological change?. BMC Infectious Diseases, 12(1), 19-1-19-8.
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2012 Rodriguez, C., Linge, K., Blair, P., Busetti, F., Devine, B., Van Buynder, P., . . . Cook, A. (2012). Recycled water: potential health risks from volatile organic compounds and use of 1,4-dichlorobenzene as treatment performance indicator. Water Research, 46(1), 93-106.
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2012 Werner, A., Goater, S., Carver, S., Robertson, G., Allen, G., & Weinstein, P. (2012). Environmental drivers of Ross River virus in southeastern Tasmania, Australia: towards strengthening public health interventions. Epidemiology and Infection, 140(2), 359-371.
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2011 Goater, S., Derne, B., & Weinstein, P. (2011). Critical issues in the development of health information systems in supporting environmental health: A case study of ciguatera. Environmental Health Perspectives, 119(5), 585-590.
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2011 Goater, S., Cook, A., Hogan, A., Mengersen, K., Hieatt, A., & Weinstein, P. (2011). Strategies to strengthen public health inputs to water policy in response to climate change: An Australian perspective. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health, 23(2 SUPPL.), 80S-90S.
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2011 Hambling, T., Weinstein, P., & Slaney, D. (2011). A review of frameworks for developing environmental health indicators for climate change and health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 8(7), 1-22.
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2011 Cook, A., Devos, A., Pereira, G., Jardine, A., & Weinstein, P. (2011). Use of a total traffic count metric to investigate the impact of roadways on asthma severity: A case-control study. Environmental Health: A Global Access Science Source, 10(1), 1-8.
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2011 Milne, F., Judge, D., Preen, D., & Weinstein, P. (2011). Early life environment, life history and risk of endometrial cancer. Medical Hypotheses, 77(4), 626-632.
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2011 Mills, D., Lau, C., & Weinstein, P. (2011). Animal bites and rabies exposure in Australian travelers. Medical Journal of Australia, 195(11), 673-675.
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2011 Butler, C., & Weinstein, P. (2011). Global ecology, global health, ecohealth. EcoHealth, 8(3), 253-254.
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2011 Carver, S., Goater, S., R Allen, G., Rowbottom, R., Fearnley, E., & Weinstein, P. (2011). Relationships of the Ross River virus (Togoviridae: Alphavirus) vector, Aedes camptorhynchus (Thomson) (Diptera: Culicidae), to biotic and abiotic factors in saltmarshes of south-eastern Tasmania, Australia: A preliminary study. Australian Journal of Entomology, 50(4), 344-355.
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2011 Mills, D., Lau, C., Fearnley, E., & Weinstein, P. (2011). The immunogenicity of a modified intradermal pre-exposure rabies vaccination schedule-a case series of 420 travelers. Journal of Travel Medicine, 18(5), 327-332.
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2011 Dean, J., van Dooren, K., & Weinstein, P. (2011). Does biodiversity improve mental health in urban settings?. Medical Hypotheses, 76(6), 877-880.
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2011 Abbott, B., Lugg, R., Devine, B., Cook, A., & Weinstein, P. (2011). Microbial risk classifications for recreational waters and applications to the Swan and Canning Rivers in Western Australia. Journal of Water and Health, 9(1), 70-79.
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2011 Speldewinde, P., Cook, A., Davies, P., & Weinstein, P. (2011). The hidden health burden of environmental degradation: Disease comorbidities and dryland salinity. EcoHealth, 8(1), 82-92.
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2011 Derne, B., Fearnley, E., Lau, C., Paynter, S., & Weinstein, P. (2011). Biodiversity and leptospirosis risk: a case of pathogen regulation?. Medical Hypotheses, 77(3), 339-344.
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2011 Weinstein, P., Judge, D., & Carver, S. (2011). Biological and cultural coevolution and emerging infectious disease: Ross River virus in Australia. Medical Hypotheses, 76(6), 893-896.
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2011 Jardine, A., Corkeron, M., & Weinstein, P. (2011). Dryland salinity and vector-borne disease emergence in southwestern Australia. Environmental Geochemistry and Health, 33(4), 363-370.
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2011 Rowlands, I., Weinstein, P., Nagle, C., Spurdle, A., Webb, P., & Oehler, M. (2011). Season of birth and risk of endometrial cancer. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention, 12(5), 1193-1196.
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2011 Arnold, R., Heyworth, J., Sáez, A., Rodriguez, C., Weinstein, P., Ling, B., & Memon, S. (2011). The status of water and sanitation among Pacific Rim nations. Reviews on Environmental Health, 26(1), 17-30.
DOI Scopus3 Europe PMC1
2010 Rodriguez, C., Lugg, R., Van Buynder, P., Devine, B., Cook, A., & Weinstein, P. (2010). Efficiency of ro for removal of chemical contaminants. Water, 37(1), 64-68.
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2010 Slaney, D., Derraik, J., & Weinstein, P. (2010). Driving disease emergence: Will land-use changes beat climate change to the punch?. New Zealand Medical Journal, 123(1322), 5-7.
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2010 Derne, B., Fearnley, E., Goater, S., Carter, K., & Weinstein, P. (2010). Ciguatera fish poisoning and environmental change: a case for strengthening health surveillance in the Pacific?. Pacific health dialog, 16(2), 99-108.
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2010 Pereira, G., Nassar, N., Bower, C., Weinstein, P., & Cook, A. (2010). Residential exposure to traffic emissions and adverse pregnancy outcomes. Sapiens, 3(1).
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2010 Carver, S., Spafford, H., Storey, A., & Weinstein, P. (2010). The roles of predators, competitors, and secondary salinization in structuring mosquito (Diptera: Culicidae) assemblages in ephemeral water bodies of the Wheatbelt of Western Australia. Environmental Entomology, 39(3), 798-810.
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2010 Lau, C., Smythe, L., Craig, S., & Weinstein, P. (2010). Climate change, flooding, urbanisation and leptospirosis: Fuelling the fire?. Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 104(10), 631-638.
DOI Scopus146 WoS128 Europe PMC74
2010 Kvaskoff, M., & Weinstein, P. (2010). Are some melanomas caused by artificial light?. Medical Hypotheses, 75(3), 305-311.
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2010 Lau, C., Smythe, L., & Weinstein, P. (2010). Leptospirosis: An emerging disease in travellers. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease, 8(1), 33-39.
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2010 Weinstein, P. (2010). Can human health outcomes be used as bioindicators of ecosystem function?. Medical Hypotheses, 74(2), 268-269.
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2010 Derraik, J., Slaney, D., Nye, E., & Weinstein, P. (2010). Chikungunya virus: A novel and potentially serious threat to New Zealand and the South Pacific Islands. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 83(4), 755-759.
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2010 Fearnley, E., Marquart, L., Spurdle, A., Weinstein, P., Webb, P., Oehler, M., . . . Australian National Endometrial Cancer Study Group. (2010). Polycystic ovary syndrome increases the risk of endometrial cancer in women aged less than 50 years: an Australian case-control study. Cancer Causes & Control, 21(12), 2303-2308.
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2010 Paynter, S., Ware, R., Weinstein, P., Williams, G., & Sly, P. (2010). Childhood pneumonia: A neglected, climate-sensitive disease?. The Lancet, 376(9755), 1804-1805.
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2010 Weinstein, P., Goff, J., & Skelly, C. (2010). Do post-disaster public health interventions impede malaria eradication?. Medical Hypotheses, 74(3), 403-405.
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2010 Carver, S., Kilpatrick, A., Kuenzi, A., Douglass, R., Ostfeld, R., & Weinstein, P. (2010). Environmental monitoring to enhance comprehension and control of infectious diseases. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 12(11), 2048-2055.
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2009 Van Schie, C., Spafford, H., Carver, S., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Salinity tolerance of Aedes camptorhynchus (Diptera: Culicidae) from two regions in southwestern Australia. Australian Journal of Entomology, 48(4), 293-299.
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2009 De Vos, A. J., Cook, A., Devine, B., Thompson, P. J., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Effect of Protective Filters on Fire Fighter Respiratory Health: Field Validation During Prescribed Burns. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE, 52(1), 76-87.
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2009 Rodriguez, C., Devine, B., Cook, A., Weinstein, P., & Van Buynder, P. (2009). Gross alpha and gross beta particle activity in recycled water for augmentation of drinking water supplies. Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology - AQUA, 58(3), 191-202.
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2009 Carver, S., Spafford, H., Storey, A., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Dryland salinity and the ecology of Ross River virus: The ecological underpinnings of the potential for transmission. Vector-Borne and Zoonotic Diseases, 9(6), 611-622.
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2009 Carver, S., Spafford, H., Storey, A., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Colonization of ephemeral water bodies in the Wheatbelt of Western Australia by assemblages of mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae): role of environmental factors, habitat, and disturbance. Environmental Entomology, 38(6), 1585-1594.
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2009 Tilston, N., Skelly, C., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Pan-European Chikungunya surveillance: Designing risk stratified surveillance zones. International Journal of Health Geographics, 8(1), 61.
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2009 Joyce, S., Ferguson, C., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Public support for Mars missions: The importance of informing the next generation. ACTA ASTRONAUTICA, 64(7-8), 718-723.
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2009 Fuhrmann, A., Wijsman, S., Weinstein, P., Poulsen, D., & Franklin, P. (2009). Asthma among musicians in Australia: Is there a difference between wind/brass and other players?. Medical Problems of Performing Artists, 24(4), 170-174.
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2009 Ljung, K., Maley, F., Cook, A., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Acid sulfate soils and human health-A Millennium Ecosystem Assessment. Environment International, 35(8), 1234-1242.
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2009 Weinstein, P., & Ravi, S. (2009). Intersecting discourses on tropicality and disease causation: Representations of Réunion's mosquito-borne epidemics in the scientific literature. Asian Journal of Social Science, 37(3), 511-531.
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2009 Speldewinde, P. C., Cook, A., Davies, P., & Weinstein, P. (2009). A relationship between environmental degradation and mental health in rural Western Australia. HEALTH & PLACE, 15(3), 880-887.
DOI WoS40 Europe PMC14
2009 Rodriguez, C., Van Buynder, P., Lugg, R., Blair, P., Devine, B., Cook, A., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Indirect Potable Reuse: A Sustainable Water Supply Alternative. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH, 6(3), 1174-1209.
DOI WoS58 Europe PMC9
2009 Gorman, J., Cook, A., Ferguson, C., van Buynder, P., Fenwick, S., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Pet birds and risks of respiratory disease in Australia: a review. AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, 33(2), 167-172.
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2009 De Vos, A. J., Reisen, F., Cook, A., Devine, B., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Respiratory Irritants in Australian Bushfire Smoke: Air Toxics Sampling in a Smoke Chamber and During Prescribed Burns. ARCHIVES OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTAMINATION AND TOXICOLOGY, 56(3), 380-388.
DOI WoS17 Europe PMC9
2009 Slaney, G., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Community-driven intervention to reduce injury rates in school-age snowboarders. Australian Journal of Rural Health, 17(4), 218-219.
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2009 Derraik, J., Slaney, D., Nye, E., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Vector-borne disease prevention: The need for a joint South Pacific approach. New Zealand Medical Journal, 122(1299), 7-12.
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2008 Jardine, A., Speldewinde, P., Lindsay, M. D., Cook, A., Johansen, C. A., & Weinstein, P. (2008). Is there an association between dryland salinity and ross river virus disease in southwestern Australia?. ECOHEALTH, 5(1), 58-68.
DOI WoS13 Europe PMC11
2008 O'Sullivan, L., Jardine, A., Cook, A., & Weinstein, P. (2008). Deforestation, mosquitoes, and ancient Rome: Lessons for today. BIOSCIENCE, 58(8), 756-760.
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2008 Ljung, K., Torin, A., Smirk, M., Maley, F., Cook, A., & Weinstein, P. (2008). Extracting dust from soil: A simple solution to a tricky task. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, 407(1), 589-593.
DOI WoS12 Europe PMC9
2008 Chisholm, K., Cook, A., Bower, C., & Weinstein, P. (2008). Risk of birth defects in Australian communities with high levels of brominated disinfection by-products. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES, 116(9), 1267-1273.
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2008 Jardine, A., Lindsay, M., Johansen, C., Cook, A., & Weinstein, P. (2008). Impact of dryland salinity on population dynamics of vector mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) of Ross River virus in inland areas of southwestern Western Australia. Journal of Medical Entomology, 45(6), 1011-1022.
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2008 Weinstein, P., & Ravi, S. (2008). The failure of colonial 'distancing': Changing representations of the 2005-06 chikungunya epidemic in Reunion, France. SINGAPORE JOURNAL OF TROPICAL GEOGRAPHY, 29(2), 221-235.
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2008 Joyce, S., Tomkins, C., & Weinstein, P. (2008). Mars sample return: Do Australians trust NASA?. ADVANCES IN SPACE RESEARCH, 42(6), 1096-1102.
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2008 Jardine, A., Cook, A., & Weinstein, P. (2008). The utility of mosquito-borne disease as an environmental monitoring tool in tropical ecosystems. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING, 10(12), 1409-1414.
DOI WoS1 Europe PMC1
2008 Joyce, S. J., Cook, A., Newnham, J., Brenters, M., Ferguson, C., & Weinstein, P. (2008). Water disinfection by-products and prelabor rupture of membranes. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY, 168(5), 514-521.
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2008 Chisholm, K., Cook, A., Bower, C., & Weinstein, P. (2008). Risk of birth defects in Australian communities with high brominated disinfection by-product levels (vol 116, pg 1267, 2008). ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES, 116(10), A421.
2008 Carver, S., Sakalidis, V., & Weinstein, P. (2008). House mouse abundance and Ross River virus notifications in Victoria, Australia. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES, 12(5), 528-533.
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2008 Slaney, G. M., Finn, J. C., Cook, A., & Weinstein, P. (2008). Wrist guards and wrist and elbow injury in snowboarders. MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 189(7), 412.
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2008 Cook, A., Watson, J., van Buynder, P., Robertson, A., & Weinstein, P. (2008). 10th Anniversary Review: Natural disasters and their long-term impacts on the health of communities. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING, 10(2), 167-175.
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2007 Lindsay, M. D., Jardine, A., Johansen, C. A., Wright, A. E., Harrington, S. A., & Weinstein, P. (2007). Mosquito (Diptera : Culicidae) fauna in inland areas of south-west Western Australia. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY, 46(1), 60-64.
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2007 Jardine, A., Speldewinde, P., Carver, S., & Weinstein, P. (2007). Dryland salinity and ecosystem distress syndrome: Human health implications. ECOHEALTH, 4(1), 10-17.
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2007 Read, D., Wright, C., Weinstein, P., & Borman, B. (2007). Cancer incidence and mortality in a New Zealand community potentially exposed to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin from 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid manufacture. AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, 31(1), 13-18.
DOI WoS9 Europe PMC7
2007 Rodriguez, C., Cook, A., Van Buynder, P., Devine, B., & Weinstein, P. (2007). Screening health risk assessment of micropullutants for indirect potable reuse schemes: a three-tiered approach. WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 56(11), 35-42.
DOI WoS11 Europe PMC2
2007 Leisnham, P., Slaney, D., Lester, P., Weinstein, P., & Heath, A. (2007). Mosquito density, macroinvertebrate diversity, and water chemistry in water-filled containers: Relationships to land use. NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, 34(3), 203-218.
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2007 Spafford, H., Jardine, A., Carver, S., Tarala, K., Van Wees, M., & Weinstein, P. (2007). Laboratory determination of efficacy of a Santalum spicatum extract for mosquito control. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MOSQUITO CONTROL ASSOCIATION, 23(3), 304-311.
DOI WoS2
2007 Weinstein, P., & Cook, A. (2007). Epidemiological transitions and the changing face of medical geology. AMBIO, 36(1), 67-69.
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2007 Slaney, G. M., Finn, J., Cook, A., & Weinstein, P. (2007). Compulsory helmets for school-age skiers and snowboarders. MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 187(5), 319-320.
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2006 Eyles, R., Brooks, H., Townsend, C., Burtenshaw, G., Heng, N., Jack, R., & Weinstein, P. (2006). Comparison of Campylobacter jejuni PFGE and Penner subtypes in human infections and in water samples from the Taieri River catchment of New Zealand. JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY, 101(1), 18-25.
DOI WoS9 Europe PMC9
2006 De Vos, A. J., Cook, A., Devine, B., Thompson, P. J., & Weinstein, P. (2006). Effect of protective filters on fire fighter respiratory health during simulated bushfire smoke exposure. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MEDICINE, 49(9), 740-750.
DOI WoS13 Europe PMC8
2006 Leisnham, P. T., Lester, P. J., Slaney, D. P., & Weinstein, P. (2006). Relationships between mosquito densities in artificial container habitats, land use and temperature in the Kapiti-Horowhenua region, New Zealand. NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH, 40(2), 285-297.
DOI WoS11
2005 Weinstein, P. (2005). Palaeopathology by proxy: the case of Egil's bones. JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE, 32(7), 1077-1082.
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2005 Leisnham, P., Slaney, D., Lester, P., & Weinstein, P. (2005). Evaluation of two dipping methods for sampling immature Culex and Ochlerotatus mosquitoes (Diptera : Culicidae) from artificial containers. NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH, 39(6), 1233-1241.
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2005 Cook, A., Weinstein, P., & Centeno, J. (2005). Health effects of natural dust - Role of trace elements and compounds. BIOLOGICAL TRACE ELEMENT RESEARCH, 103(1), 1-15.
DOI WoS47 Europe PMC13
2004 Gray, M., Cooke, R., Weinstein, P., & Nacey, J. (2004). Comparability of serum prostate-specific antigen measurement between the Roche diagnostics Elecsys 2010 and the Abbott architect i2000. ANNALS OF CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY, 41(Pt 3), 207-212.
DOI WoS5 Europe PMC4
2004 Gray, M., Crampton, P., Weinstein, P., & Nacey, J. (2004). Differences in prostate disease symptoms and visits to the general practitioner among three ethnic groups in New Zealand. BJU INTERNATIONAL, 94(1), 96-100.
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2004 Harris, A., Gray, M., Slaney, D., Turley, M., Fowles, J., & Weinstein, P. (2004). Ethnic differences in diet and associations with clinical markers of prostate disease in New Zealand men. ANTICANCER RESEARCH, 24(4), 2551-2556.
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2004 Gray, M., Delahunt, B., Fowles, J., Weinstein, P., Cooke, R., & Nacey, J. (2004). Demographic and clinical factors as determinants of serum levels of prostate specific antigen and its derivatives. ANTICANCER RESEARCH, 24(3B), 2069-2072.
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2004 Cook, A., Jardine, A., & Weinstein, P. (2004). Using human disease outbreaks as a guide to multilevel ecosystem interventions. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES, 112(11), 1143-1146.
DOI WoS15 Europe PMC10
2004 Durand, M., Florkowski, C., George, P., Walmsley, T., Weinstein, P., & Cole, J. (2004). Elevated trace element output in urine following acute volcanic gas exposure. JOURNAL OF VOLCANOLOGY AND GEOTHERMAL RESEARCH, 134(1-2), 139-148.
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2003 Gray, M., Delahunt, B., Fowles, J., Weinstein, P., Cooke, R., & Nacey, J. (2003). Assessment of ethnic variation in serum levels of total, complexed and free prostate specific antigen. Comparison of Maori, Pacific Island and New Zealand European populations. PATHOLOGY, 35(6), 480-483.
DOI WoS2 Europe PMC1
2003 Hearnden, M., Skelly, C., Eyles, R., & Weinstein, P. (2003). The regionality of campylobacteriosis seasonality in New Zealand. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH, 13(4), 337-348.
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2003 Eyles, R., Niyogi, D., Townsend, C., Benwell, G., & Weinstein, P. (2003). Spatial and temporal patterns of Campylobacter contamination underlying public health risk in the Taieri River, New Zealand. JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, 32(5), 1820-1828.
DOI WoS36 Europe PMC19
2003 Parkes, M., Panelli, R., & Weinstein, P. (2003). Converging paradigms for environmental health theory and practice. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES, 111(5), 669-675.
DOI WoS47 Europe PMC14
2003 Hales, S., Black, W., Skelly, C., Salmond, C., & Weinstein, P. (2003). Social deprivation and the public health risks of community drinking water supplies in New Zealand. JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY AND COMMUNITY HEALTH, 57(8), 581-583.
DOI WoS14 Europe PMC3
2003 Skelly, C., & Weinstein, P. (2003). Pathogen survival trajectories: An eco-environmental approach to the modeling of human campylobacteriosis ecology. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES, 111(1), 19-28.
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2002 Thornley, C., Baker, M., Weinstein, P., & Maas, E. (2002). Changing epidemiology of human leptospirosis in New Zealand. EPIDEMIOLOGY AND INFECTION, 128(1), 29-36.
DOI WoS55 Europe PMC33
2001 de Wet, N., Ye, W., Hales, S., Warrick, R., Woodward, A., & Weinstein, P. (2001). Use of a computer model to identify potential hotspots for dengue fever in New Zealand. NEW ZEALAND MEDICAL JOURNAL, 114(1140), 420-422.
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2001 Singh, R., Hales, S., de Wet, N., Raj, R., Hearnden, M., & Weinstein, P. (2001). The influence of climate variation and change on diarrheal disease in the Pacific Islands. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES, 109(2), 155-159.
DOI WoS125 Europe PMC86
2001 Greenslade, E., Weinstein, P., Woodward, A., Capucci, L., Salmond, C., & Beasley, R. (2001). A serological survey of antibodies to Rabbit Haemorrhagic Disease Virus (Rabbit calicivirus disease) in two rural central Otago communities. NEW ZEALAND MEDICAL JOURNAL, 114(1126), 55-58.
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2000 Duncanson, M., Russell, N., Weinstein, P., Baker, M., Skelly, C., Hearnden, M., & Woodward, A. (2000). Rates of notified cryptosporidiosis and quality of drinking water supplies in Aotearoa, New Zealand. WATER RESEARCH, 34(15), 3804-3812.
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2000 Moor, C., Stone, P., Purdie, G., & Weinstein, P. (2000). An investigation into the incidence of toxoplasmosis in pregnancy in New Zealand. NEW ZEALAND MEDICAL JOURNAL, 113(1103), 29-32.
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1999 Maguire, M., Skelly, C., Weinstein, P., & Moloney, J. (1999). Simulation modelling of Aedes aegypti prevalence, an environmental hazard surveillance tool for the control of dengue epidemics. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH, 9(4), 253-259.
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1999 Hickling, J., Clements, M., Weinstein, P., & Woodward, A. (1999). Acute health effects of the Mount Ruapehu (New Zealand) volcanic eruption of June 1996. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RESEARCH, 9(2), 97-107.
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1999 Maelzer, D., Hales, S., Weinstein, P., Zalucki, M., & Woodward, A. (1999). El Nino and arboviral disease prediction. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES, 107(10), 817-818.
DOI WoS32 Europe PMC13
1999 Hales, S., Weinstein, P., Souares, Y., & Woodward, A. (1999). El Nino and the dynamics of vectorborne disease transmission. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES, 107(2), 99-102.
DOI WoS130 Europe PMC68
1999 Hales, S., Weinstein, P., & Woodward, A. (1999). Ciguatera (fish poisoning), El Nino, and Pacific sea surface temperatures. ECOSYSTEM HEALTH, 5(1), 20-25.
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1998 Moloney, J., Skelly, C., Weinstein, P., Maguire, M., & Ritchie, S. (1998). Domestic Aedes aegypti breeding site surveillance: Limitations of remote sensing as a predictive surveillance tool. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE, 59(2), 261-264.
DOI WoS19 Europe PMC15
1998 Bland, R., Slaney, D., & Weinstein, P. (1998). Mouthpart sensilla of cave species of Australian Paratemnopteryx cockroaches (Blattaria : Blattellidae). INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INSECT MORPHOLOGY & EMBRYOLOGY, 27(4), 291-300.
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1998 Bland, R., Slaney, D., & Weinstein, P. (1998). Antennal sensilla on cave species of Australian Paratemnopteryx cockroaches (Blattaria : Blattellidae). INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INSECT MORPHOLOGY & EMBRYOLOGY, 27(2), 83-93.
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1998 Woodward, A., Hales, S., & Weinstein, P. (1998). Climate change and human health in the Asia Pacific region: who will be most vulnerable?. CLIMATE RESEARCH, 11(1), 31-38.
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1997 Weinstein, P. (1997). An ecological approach to public health intervention: Ross River virus in Australia. ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES, 105(4), 364-366.
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1997 Weinstein, P., & Patel, A. (1997). The Mount Ruapehu eruption, 1996: a review of potential health effects. AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, 21(7), 773-778.
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1997 Weinstein, P., & Maelzer, D. (1997). Leadership behaviour in sawfly larvae Perga dorsalis (Hymenoptera: Pergidae). OIKOS, 79(3), 450-455.
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1996 Russell, B., Muir, L., Weinstein, P., & Kay, B. (1996). Surveillance of the mosquito Aedes aegypti and its biocontrol with the copepod Mesocyclops aspericornis in Australian wells and gold mines. MEDICAL AND VETERINARY ENTOMOLOGY, 10(2), 155-160.
DOI WoS36 Europe PMC18
1996 Taylor, G., & Weinstein, P. (1996). Confirmation of host plant of cave-dwelling Cixiid planthoppers (Hemiptera: Cixiidae) by histological sectioning of fig roots. Australian Journal of Entomology, 35(2), 115-118.
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1996 Row, D., Weinstein, P., & MurraySmith, S. (1996). Dengue fever with encephalopathy in Australia. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF TROPICAL MEDICINE AND HYGIENE, 54(3), 253-255.
DOI WoS28 Europe PMC21
1996 Hales, S., Weinstein, P., & Woodward, A. (1996). Dengue fever epidemics in the South Pacific: Driven by El Nino Southern Oscillation?. LANCET, 348(9042), 1664-1665.
DOI WoS87 Europe PMC44
1996 MurraySmith, S., Weinstein, P., & Skelly, C. (1996). Field epidemiology of an outbreak of dengue fever in Charters Towers, Queensland: Are insect screens protective?. AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, 20(5), 545-547.
DOI WoS8 Europe PMC5
1996 Weinstein, P., & Austin, A. (1996). Thelytoky in Taeniogonalos venatoria Riek (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) with notes on its distribution and first record of the male sex. Australian Journal of Entomology, 35(1), 81-84.
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1996 Harley, D., & Weinstein, P. (1996). The Southern Oscillation Index and Ross River virus outbreaks. MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 165(9), 531-532.
WoS11 Europe PMC4
1995 Weinstein, P., Laird, M., & Calder, L. (1995). Australian arboviruses: At what risk New Zealand?. AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, 25(6), 666-669.
DOI WoS19 Europe PMC5
1995 WEINSTEIN, P., & SLANEY, D. (1995). INVERTEBRATE FAUNAL SURVEY OF ROPE-LADDER CAVE, NORTHERN QUEENSLAND - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY OF SAMPLING METHODS. JOURNAL OF THE AUSTRALIAN ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 34, 233-236.
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1995 WEINSTEIN, P., WEINSTEIN, S., & ROWE, R. (1995). TRANSFUSIONS - HOW MANY CASES OF ROSS RIVER VIRUS-INFECTION DO WE CAUSE. MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 163(5), 276.
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1995 Weinstein, P., & Austin, A. (1995). Primary parasitism, development and adult biology in the wasp Taeniogonalos venatoria Riek (Hymenoptera:Trigonalyidae). Australian Journal of Zoology, 43(6), 541-555.
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1994 WEINSTEIN, P., & EDWARDS, E. (1994). TROGLOPHILIC MOTHS IN AUSTRALIA - FIRST RECORD OF A SELF-SUSTAINING POPULATION. JOURNAL OF THE AUSTRALIAN ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 33, 377-379.
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1994 WEINSTEIN, P., WORSWICK, D., MACINTYRE, A., & CAMERON, S. (1994). HUMAN SENTINELS FOR ARBOVIRUS SURVEILLANCE AND REGIONAL RISK CLASSIFICATION IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 160(8), 494-499.
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1994 WEINSTEIN, P. (1994). BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY OF TROPICAL CAVE COCKROACHES - PRELIMINARY FIELD STUDIES WITH EVOLUTIONARY IMPLICATIOMS. JOURNAL OF THE AUSTRALIAN ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY, 33, 367-370.
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1993 WEINSTEIN, P., MACAITIS, M., WALKER, C., & CAMERON, S. (1993). CRYPTOSPORIDIAL DIARRHEA IN SOUTH-AUSTRALIA - AN EXPLORATORY CASE-CONTROL STUDY OF RISK-FACTORS FOR TRANSMISSION. MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 158(2), 117-119.
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1992 WEINSTEIN, P. (1992). THE NEW-WORLD SCREWWORM AND OTHER EXOTIC MYIASES IN AUSTRALIA. MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 157(3), 216.
1991 WEINSTEIN, P., & CAMERON, A. (1991). OCCUPATION-RELATED LEPTOSPIROSIS IN SOUTH-AUSTRALIA. MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 155(2), 132-133.
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1991 Weinstein, P. (1991). The Australian bushfly (Musca vetustissima Walker) as a vector of Neisseria gonorrhoeae conjunctivitis [1]. Medical Journal of Australia, 155(10), 717.
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1991 WEINSTEIN, P., & CAMERON, A. (1991). A HOUSEBOAT OUTBREAK OF EPIDEMIC POLYARTHRITIS. MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 155(10), 721-722.
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1991 Weinstein, P., & Austin, A. (1991). The host relationships of trigonalyid wasps (Hymenoptera: Trigonalyidae), with a review of their biology and catalogue to world species. Journal of Natural History, 25(2), 399-433.
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1990 Weinstein, P. (1990). Leaf petiole chewing and sabotage of induced defences. Oikos, 58(2), 231-233.
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1989 WEINSTEIN, P. (1989). THE RISK FROM EXOTIC MYIASIS IN AUSTRALIA. MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 150(12), 723.
1987 WEINSTEIN, P. (1987). PARASITES AND PARASITOIDS. MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 146(10), 560.
1986 MORRIS, B., & WEINSTEIN, P. (1986). A CASE OF AURAL MYIASIS IN AUSTRALIA. MEDICAL JOURNAL OF AUSTRALIA, 145(11-12), 634-635.
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Books

Year Citation
2015 Finlayson, C. M., Horwitz, P., & Weinstein, P. (Eds.) (2015). Wetlands and human health. Dordrecht: Springer.
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2015 Finlayson, C. M., Horwitz, P., & Weinstein, P. (Eds.) (2015). Wetlands and human health. Dordrecht: Springer.
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1997 Weinstein, P., Laird, M., & Browne, G. (1997). Exotic and endemic mosquitoes in New Zealand as potential arbovirus vectors.. Wellington: Wellington Ministry of Health.
1995 Weinstein, P. (1995). Quick smart introductory biology.. Pascal Press.
1992 Weinstein, P. (1992). A guide to headlice and their management.. Adelaide: South Australian Health Commission.
1991 Weinstein, P., Bell, J., Cameron, S., McKall, K., & Priest, K. (1991). South Australian Health Statistics Chart Book: Notifiable diseases.. Adelaide: South Australian Health Commission.

Book Chapters

Year Citation
2015 Weinstein, P., & Bi, P. (2015). Climate Change, Ross River Virus and Biodiversity. In C. D. Butler, J. Dixon, & A. Capon (Eds.), Health of People, Places and Planet: Reflections based on Tony McMichael's four decades of contribution to epidemiological understanding (1 ed., pp. 441-445). Acton, ACT: ANU Press.
2015 Carver, S., Slaney, D. P., Leisnham, P., & Weinstein, P. (2015). Healthy wetlands, healthy people: Mosquito borne disease. In C. M. Finlayson, P. Horwitz, & P. Weinstein (Eds.), Wetlands and human health (Vol. 5, pp. 95-121). Springer.
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2013 Weinstein, P., Horwell, C., & Cook, A. (2013). Volcanic emissions and health. In Essentials of Medical Geology: Revised Edition (pp. 217-238).
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2013 Fowles, J., Weinstein, P., & Tseng, C. (2013). Environmental medicine. In Essentials of Medical Geology: Revised Edition (pp. 549-567).
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2013 Weinstein, P., & Watt, K. (2013). Casualties in Natural Hazards. In P. T. Bobrowsky (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of Natural Hazards. Springer.
2013 Weinstein, P. (2013). Insects. In P. T. Bobrowsky (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of Natural Hazards. Springer.
2013 Weinstein, P. (2013). Red Tides. In P. T. Bobrowsky (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of Natural Hazards. Springer.
2012 Weinstein, P., & Zeeman, S. I. (2012). Water, Water Quality, and Health. In S. Morain, & A. Budge (Eds.), Environmental Tracking for Public Health Surveillance (pp. 87-127). CRC Press.
2011 Rosnäs, L., Louter, M., Orre-Gordon, S., & Weinstein, P. (2011). Health Benefits of Healthy Ecosystems. In P. Roetman, & C. Daniels (Eds.), Creating Sustainable Communities in a Changing World (pp. 189-197). Adelaide: Crawford House Publishing Australia.
2011 Weinstein, P., & Ravi, S. (2011). Épidemie, identité et culture: La crise du chikungunya à La Réunion. In B. Idelson (Ed.), Chikungunya: la médiatisation d’une crise (pp. 187-206). Fernelmont, France: Editions Modulaires Europeennes.
2010 Weinstein, P., & Fearnley, E. (2010). Climate Change, Societal Transitions and Changing Infectious Disease Burdens. In J. Dodson (Ed.), Changing Climates, Earth Systems and Society, International Year of Planet Earth (pp. 189-199). The Netherlands: Springer.
2008 Weinstein, P. (2008). Health and sustainable development – global challenges and opportunities. In M. Ounsted, & J. Madgwick (Eds.), Report on the Shaoxing City Symposium, Wetlands International (pp. 23-40).
2005 Weinstein, P., & Woodward, A. (2005). Ecology, climate and campylobacteriosis in New Zealand. In L. Ebi, J. Smith, & I. Burton (Eds.), Integration of Public Health with Adaptation to Climate Change (pp. 60-71). Leiden: Taylor and Francis.
2005 Weinstein, P., & Cook, A. (2005). Volcanic emissions and health risks of metal contaminants in New Zealand. In T. Moore, A. Black, J. Centeno, J. Harding, & D. Trumm (Eds.), Metal contaminants in New Zealand (pp. 465-473). Christchurch: University of Canterbury Press.
2005 Weinstein, P., & Cook, A. (2005). Volcanic Emissions and Health. In O. Selinus, & et al (Eds.), Medical Geology (pp. 203-226). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
2005 Weinstein, P., Fowles, J., & Tseng, C. H. (2005). Environmental Medicine. In O. Selinus (Ed.), Medical Geology (pp. 541-62). Amsterdam: Elsevier.
2004 Weinstein, P., Hopkins, D., & Baker, G. (2004). Pests and pest control. In N. Cromar, S. Cameron, & H. Fallowfield (Eds.), Environmental Health in Australia and New Zealand (pp. 395-409). Oxford University Press,.
2004 Weinstein, P., & Slaney, D. (2004). Water and Human Health. In J. Harding, P. Mosley, C. Pearson, & B. Sorrell (Eds.), Freshwaters of New Zealand (pp. 46.1-46.14). Christchurch: Caxton Press.
2004 Weinstein, P., & Slaney, D. (2004). Cave Habitat Colonization. In J. L. Capinera (Ed.), Encyclopeadia of Entomology (pp. 476-474). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
2004 Weinstein, P., & Slaney, D. (2004). Psychiatry and Insects: Phobias and delusions of insect infestations in humans.. In J. L. Capinera (Ed.), Encyclopeadia of Entomology, (pp. 1845-1849). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
2004 Weinstein, P., & Parkes, M. (2004). An Ecosystems Approach to Environmental Health. In N. Cromar, S. Cameron, & H. Fallowfield (Eds.), Environmental Health in Australia and New Zealand. (pp. 45-65). Melbourne: Oxford University Press.
2002 Cook, A., Weinstein, P., & Woodward, A. (2002). The impact of exotic insects in New Zealand. In D. Pimentel (Ed.), Biological invasions: Economic and environmental costs of alien plant, animal, and microbe species (pp. 217-239). CRC Press.
2002 Weinstein, P., Cook, A., & Woodward, A. (2002). The impact of exotic insects in New Zealand.. In D. Pimentel (Ed.), Biological invasions: Economic and environmental costs of alien plant, animal, and microbe species (pp. 217-239). CRC Press.

Conference Papers

Year Citation
2016 Flies, E., Flies, A., Weinstein, P., & Williams, C. (2016). Reassessing Ross River virus ecology: uncovering new urban and rural reservoirs using bloodmeal analysis. In INTEGRATIVE AND COMPARATIVE BIOLOGY Vol. 56 (pp. E287). Portland, OR: OXFORD UNIV PRESS INC.
2015 Zhang, W., Saint, C., Weinstein, P., & Slaney, D. (2015). Reclaimed Water Systems: Biodiversity Friend or Foe?. In S. Ahuja, J. DeAndrade, D. Dionysiou, K. Hristovski, & B. Loganathan (Eds.), ACS Symposium Series Vol. 1206 (pp. 355-374). San Francisco, CA: AMER CHEMICAL SOC.
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2015 Knudsen, D., Simpson, B., Crocoll, C., Weinstein, P., BL, M., & Semple, S. (2015). Cytotoxic activity of the native Australian plant Acacia ligulata. In PLANTA MEDICA Vol. 81 (pp. 1495). Budapest, HUNGARY: GEORG THIEME VERLAG KG.
2009 Carver, S., Storey, A., Spafford, H., Lynas, J., Chandler, L., & Weinstein, P. (2009). Salinity as a driver of aquatic invertebrate colonisation behaviour and distribution in the wheatbelt of Western Australia. In HYDROBIOLOGIA Vol. 617 (pp. 75-90). Hammamet, TUNISIA: SPRINGER.
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2007 Rodriguez, C., Weinstein, P., Cook, A., Devine, B., & Van Buynder, P. (2007). A proposed approach for the assessment of chemicals in indirect potable reuse schemes. In JOURNAL OF TOXICOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-PART A-CURRENT ISSUES Vol. 70 (pp. 1654-1663). Melbourne, AUSTRALIA: TAYLOR & FRANCIS INC.
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2006 Chisholm, K., Cook, A., Thompson, P., & Weinstein, P. (2006). Swimming pool environments and asthma exacerbation. In EPIDEMIOLOGY Vol. 17 (pp. S278-S279). Paris, FRANCE: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
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2006 Lee, Y., Cook, A., Thompson, P., & Weinstein, P. (2006). Land use classifications and community asthma burden in regional Australia. In EPIDEMIOLOGY Vol. 17 (pp. S283-S284). Paris, FRANCE: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
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2006 Youd, J., Tomkins, C., Lee, Y., Cook, A., Thompson, P., & Weinstein, P. (2006). Are asthma hospitalisations caused by living near major highways? A GIS approach. In EPIDEMIOLOGY Vol. 17 (pp. S291). Paris, FRANCE: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
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2006 Mcmanus, A., Weinstein, P., Bertolatti, D., & Devine, B. (2006). Risk management for waterborne pathogens in public swimming pools: A pilot study. In EPIDEMIOLOGY Vol. 17 (pp. S407). Paris, FRANCE: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
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2006 Jardine, A., Weinstein, P., Lindsay, M., Johansen, C., & Cook, A. (2006). The impact of dryland salinity and waterlogging on mosquito-borne disease in Western Australia. In EPIDEMIOLOGY Vol. 17 (pp. S132-S133). Paris, FRANCE: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
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2006 Joyce, S., Tomkins, C., Cook, A., & Weinstein, P. (2006). How do fire-fighters perceive the risks associated with their occupation?. In EPIDEMIOLOGY Vol. 17 (pp. S381). Paris, FRANCE: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
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2006 Tomkins, C., Youd, J., Cook, A., Njue, F., Selvarajah, S., Stokes, K., . . . Weinstein, P. (2006). The impact of bushfire smoke and public health messages on medical visits. In EPIDEMIOLOGY Vol. 17 (pp. S288-S289). Paris, FRANCE: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
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2006 Youd, J., Tomkins, C., Islam, N., Cook, A., Thompson, P., & Weinstein, P. (2006). Development of a traffic exposure metric to determine long term respiratory health effects. In EPIDEMIOLOGY Vol. 17 (pp. S468). Paris, FRANCE: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
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2004 Chisholm, K., Cook, A., Bower, C., Heyworth, J., & Weinstein, P. (2004). Maternal exposure to water disinfection byproducts and adverse birth, neonatal and early childhood outcomes. In EPIDEMIOLOGY Vol. 15 (pp. S104). New York, NY: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
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2004 Tong, S., Weinstein, P., & Nicholls, N. (2004). Assessment of the health impact of climate change: Are we equipped to grasp the nettle?. In EPIDEMIOLOGY Vol. 15 (pp. S103). New York, NY: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
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2003 Duncanson, M., Weinstein, P., Chang, W., Frost, F., & Muller, T. (2003). Cryptosporidiosis: Drinking water quality and other risk factors in Aotearoa New Zealand.. In EPIDEMIOLOGY Vol. 14 (pp. S129-S130). PERTH, AUSTRALIA: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
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2003 Harris, A., Gray, M., Slaney, D., Turley, M., Fowles, J., & Weinstein, P. (2003). Ethnic differences in diet and associations with surrogate markers of prostate disease in New Zealand. In EPIDEMIOLOGY Vol. 14 (pp. S27). PERTH, AUSTRALIA: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
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2003 Ball, A., Weinstein, P., Woodward, A., Grimwood, K., Read, D., Nokes, C., . . . Salmond, C. (2003). Quality of drinking-water and its relation to gastrointestinal disease in children.. In EPIDEMIOLOGY Vol. 14 (pp. S70-S71). PERTH, AUSTRALIA: LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS.
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2000 Weinstein, P., Russell, N., & Woodward, A. (2000). Drinking water, ecology, and gastroenteritis in New Zealand. In E. Reichard, F. Hauchman, & A. Sancha (Eds.), INTERDISCIPLINARY PERSPECTIVES ON DRINKING WATER RISK ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENT (pp. 41-47). UNIV CHILE, SANTIAGO, CHILE: INT ASSOC HYDROLOGICAL SCIENCES.

Conference Items

Year Citation
2017 Stanhope, J. L., Carver, S., & Weinstein, P. (2017). The risky business of being an entomologist: a systematic review. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australian Entomological Society 48th AGM and Scientific Conference. Terrigal.
2014 Knudsen, J. D., Moller, L. B., Weinstein, P., & Semple, S. (2014). Antibacterial activity of crude extracts from Santalum spictatum and Acacia ligulata. Poster session presented at the meeting of PLANTA MEDICA. Guimaraes, PORTUGAL: GEORG THIEME VERLAG KG.
2013 White, C., Overmeire, S., & Weinstein, P. (2013). 10 YEARS ON: HEALTH OUTCOMES OF FIREFIGHTERS EXPOSED TO THE TOXIC 2001 BELLEVUE FIRE. Poster session presented at the meeting of INTERNAL MEDICINE JOURNAL. WILEY-BLACKWELL.

Report for External Bodies

Year Citation
2012 Horwitz, P., Finlayson, C. M., & Weinstein, P. (2012). Healthy wetlands, healthy people: A review of wetlands and human health interactions (Ramsar Technical Report No. 6). Switzerland: Secretariat of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, Gland Switzerland and the World Health Organisation, Geneva, Switzerland..

Research Funding

Date Funding Body Project Amount Years
2014 ARC The unfolding story of the 2009 Adelaide heatwave:risk factors for mortality and morbidity $139,400  
2013 AusAid Climate change in China $900,000 2013/14
2012 ARC LEIF Molecular Ecology $400,000 2013
2010 NHMRC Birth defects & water quality $800,000 2011/14
2010 ARC Link HRA Coal Seam Gas water $100,000 2010/12
2008 ARC Link Heat waves and pop health $150,000 2009/10
2007 ARC Disc Extreme weather and Health $189,000 2008/10
2006 PWFG Reused water quality   $784,000 2007/09
2006 CRC (Bushfire) Air Quality COPAR    $50,000 2006/07
2005 HRC Air quality and health $3,358,253 2005/12
2004 HRC Managed aquifer recharge $155,000 2005/07
2003 MinEnv Health of Firefighters $230,000 2003/04
2002 HRC  Arbovirus modeling in NZ $260,000 2002/03
2001 HRC  Strain typing Campylobacter   $70,000 2001
2001 MinEnv Sustainable catchment mgt    $300,000 2001/03
2000 HRC  Water quality and diarrhoea    $360,000 2001/02
2000 HRC  Prostate disease in Maori        $160,000 2000/01
1999 HRC  Human & ecosystem health $150,000 1999/01
1999 HRC  Arbovirus hotspots in NZ    $80,000 1999
1999 HRC  Dengue receptivity in NZ        $50,000 1999/00
1999 HRC  Ecology of Campylobacter $80,000 1999
1996 ARC Biology of cave insects   $160,000 1996/98

 

Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
2018 Co-Supervisor The Impact of Overgrazing on Pollinators in the Southern Mount Lofty Ranges Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Skye Brook Jenner
2018 Co-Supervisor Sustainable Indigenous Land Management Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Sabine Buchheim
2017 Principal Supervisor Looking for Microbiotic Treatment for Crohn's Disease in the Natural Environment Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Harrison Radclife Sydnor
2017 Principal Supervisor Wetland Invertebrate Biodiversity as a Reflection of Restoration Endeavours Master of Philosophy Master Part Time Miss Michelle Louise Sargent
2017 Principal Supervisor Environmental Health in a Changing Environment: Emerging Drivers of Health Outcomes Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Craig Anthony Liddicoat
2017 Co-Supervisor Co-benefits of Restoring Biodiversity for both Ecosystem and Human Health Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Matthew Jared Bowie
2015 Co-Supervisor Musculoskeletal Disorders in Under-Investigated Groups: A Case Study in the Music Industry Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Jessica Louise Stanhope

Committee Memberships

Date Role Committee Institution Country
2015 - ongoing Chair ARID Recovery Scientific Advisory Panel Australia

Board Memberships

Date Role Board name Institution name Country
2013 - ongoing Board Member Australian Entomology Pty Ltd Australian Entomology PtyLtd
2010 - 2011 Chair Faculty of Public Health Medicine Chair of State Committee Queensland State Committee
2008 - 2011 Co-Chair International Medical Geology Association International Medical Geology Association
2005 - 2006 Board Member Board of Review Editors Millennium Ecosystem Assessment

Editorial Boards

Date Role Editorial Board Name Institution Country
2010 - ongoing Editor Ecohealth
Position
Professorial Research Fellow
Phone
83136313
Fax
8313 6222
Campus
North Terrace
Building
Benham Building, floor 1
Room Number
G 05
Org Unit
School of Biological Sciences

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