Journal of Environmental Health
Volume 85, Number 2
About the Cover
Preparation for post-hurricane mosquito control is essential for an effective emergency response to protect public health and promote recovery efforts. This issue’s cover article, “Operational Insights Into Mosquito Control Disaster Response in Coastal North Carolina: Experiences With the Federal Emergency Management Agency After Hurricane Florence,” is timely as hurricane season in the U.S. runs from June to November, with August to October being the peak months for tropical storms. The article provides practical advice to plan, prepare, and implement a successful ground- and aerial-based mosquito control response.
Table of Contents
Advancement of the Science
- Long-Term Trends of Fine Particulate Matter in the Dallas–Fort Worth Metropolitan Area
- Survival of Listeria monocytogenes in Commercially Available Refrigerated Cold-Brewed Coffee
Advancement of the Practice
- Operational Insights Into Mosquito Control Disaster Response in Coastal North Carolina: Experiences With the Federal Emergency Management Agency After Hurricane Florence
- Building Capacity: Building Capacity With State and Local Data Exchanges
- Direct From AEHAP: Building the Environmental Health Workforce Through Scientific Knowledge and Intentional Collaboration
- Programs Accredited by the National Environmental Health Science and Protection Accreditation Council
- Direct From ATSDR: New Web-Based Public Health Assessment Guidance Manual: A Foundation Tool for Evaluating Exposure and Public Health Impacts in Communities
- Direct From CDC/Environmental Health Services: Data-Forward Environmental Health Food Safety Practice
Advancement of the Practitioner
- EH Calendar
- Resource Corner
- President’s Message: Environmental Health Is a Hidden Treasure
- Special Listing
- NEHA News
- NEHA Annual Financial Statement
- NEHA 2023 AEC
- DirecTalk: Not the Health Police
- Custom Data Processing
- GOJO Industries
- HealthSpace Is Now HS GovTech
- Hedgerow Software U.S., Inc.
- Industrial Test Systems, Inc.
- Inspect2GO Environmental Health Software
- NEHA-FDA Retail Flexible Funding Model Grant Program
- Ozark River Manufacturing Co.
- Partnership for Food Safety Education
- Relevant Systems, Inc.
- The University of Alabama at Birmingham