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Peer-Reviewed Publications

  • Gray, M., LePrevost, C., & Cope, W. Anglers’ views on effectiveness of signs in communicating fish consumotion advisories. Manuscript in review.
  • Tomlinson, M.S., Bommarito, P., George, A., Yelton, S., Cable, P., Coyte, R., Karr, J., Vengosh, A., Gray, K.M., & Fry, R.C. (2019). Assessment of inorganic contamination of private wells and demonstration of effective filter-based reduction: A pilot-study in Stokes County, North Carolina. Environmental Research, 177.
  • Gray, M. (2018). From content knowledge to community change: A review of representations of environmental health literacy. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(3), 466.
  • Gray, K.M., Ragan, NS, & Blanchard, MR. (2018). Modeling instruction and its influence on autonomy, competence, relatedness and pedagogical content knowledge. Electronic Proceedings of the European Science Education Research Association 2017 Conference.
  • Haine, D.B. (2018). The Exposome: Making Chemical Exposures Relevant to Biology Instruction. The American Biology Teacher, 80 (8), 600-607.

Other Publications

  • Pavelsky, T.M., Ghafoor, S., Hossain, F., Parkins, G.M., Yelton, S.K., Little, S.B., Topp, S.N., Rodgers, M., Yang, X. (in press). Monitoring the world’s lakes: Progress from citizen science and remote sensing. Environmental Management Magazine.
  • Gray, M., & Lindsey, M. (2019). Measuring environmental health literacy. In L. O’Fallon & S. Finn (Eds.), Environmental health literacy. New York, NY: Springer.
  • Korfmacher, K.S., Pettibone, K.G., Gray, K.M., & Newman, O.D. (2016). Collaborating for systems change: A social science framework for academic roles in community partnerships. New Solutions: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy, 26(3), 429-457.
  • Engel, L.S., Graves, N., & Gray, K.M. (2017) Enhancing community capacity: Understanding and Mapping Community Environmental Impacts of Hurricane Matthew. Retrieved from

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