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Jeffrey Siegel
Jeffrey Siegel
University of Toronto, University of Texas
Verified email at utoronto.ca
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A communal catalogue reveals Earth’s multiscale microbial diversity
LR Thompson, JG Sanders, D McDonald, A Amir, J Ladau, KJ Locey, ...
Nature 551 (7681), 457-463, 2017
22832017
Bacterial colonization and succession in a newly opened hospital
S Lax, N Sangwan, D Smith, P Larsen, KM Handley, M Richardson, ...
Science translational medicine 9 (391), eaah6500, 2017
2902017
Response–relapse patterns of building occupant electricity consumption following exposure to personal, contextualized and occupant peer network utilization data
G Peschiera, JE Taylor, JA Siegel
Energy and Buildings 42 (8), 1329-1336, 2010
2602010
Ultrafine particle removal and generation by portable air cleaners
MS Waring, JA Siegel, RL Corsi
Atmospheric environment 42 (20), 5003-5014, 2008
2442008
Ten questions concerning the microbiomes of buildings
RI Adams, S Bhangar, KC Dannemiller, JA Eisen, N Fierer, JA Gilbert, ...
Building and Environment 109, 224-234, 2016
2062016
Indoor environmental quality in social housing: A literature review
EDL Patino, JA Siegel
Building and Environment 131, 231-241, 2018
1722018
Personal-level protective actions against particulate matter air pollution exposure: a scientific statement from the American Heart Association
S Rajagopalan, M Brauer, A Bhatnagar, DL Bhatt, JR Brook, W Huang, ...
Circulation 142 (23), e411-e431, 2020
1632020
The relationship between filter pressure drop, indoor air quality, and energy consumption in rooftop HVAC units
M Zaatari, A Novoselac, J Siegel
Building and Environment 73, 151-161, 2014
1632014
Indoor CO2 concentrations and cognitive function: A critical review
B Du, MC Tandoc, ML Mack, JA Siegel
Indoor air 30 (6), 1067-1082, 2020
1392020
Penetration of ambient submicron particles into single‐family residences and associations with building characteristics
B Stephens, JA Siegel
Indoor Air 22 (6), 501-513, 2012
1362012
Particle loading rates for HVAC filters, heat exchangers, and ducts.
MS Waring, JA Siegel
Indoor Air 18 (3), 2008
1362008
Primary and secondary consequences of indoor air cleaners
JA Siegel
Indoor air 26 (1), 88-96, 2016
1302016
Geography and location are the primary drivers of office microbiome composition
J Chase, J Fouquier, M Zare, DL Sonderegger, R Knight, ST Kelley, ...
MSystems 1 (2), 10.1128/msystems. 00022-16, 2016
1292016
Formaldehyde in residences: long‐term indoor concentrations and influencing factors
DE Hun, RL Corsi, MT Morandi, JA Siegel
Indoor Air 20 (3), 196-203, 2010
1272010
Predicting particle deposition on HVAC heat exchangers
JA Siegel, WW Nazaroff
Atmospheric Environment 37 (39-40), 5587-5596, 2003
1272003
Particle resuspension during the use of vacuum cleaners on residential carpet
RL Corsi, JA Siegel, C Chiang
Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene 5 (4), 232-238, 2008
1262008
Evaluation of HVAC filters as a sampling mechanism for indoor microbial communities
F Noris, JA Siegel, KA Kinney
Atmospheric Environment 45 (2), 338-346, 2011
1222011
Phthalates and organophosphates in settled dust and HVAC filter dust of US low-income homes: association with season, building characteristics, and childhood asthma
C Bi, JP Maestre, H Li, G Zhang, R Givehchi, A Mahdavi, KA Kinney, ...
Environment international 121, 916-930, 2018
1202018
Ozone removal by HVAC filters
P Zhao, JA Siegel, RL Corsi
Atmospheric Environment 41 (15), 3151-3160, 2007
1202007
The effects of filtration on pressure drop and energy consumption in residential HVAC systems (RP-1299)
B Stephens, A Novoselac, JA Siegel
Hvac&R Research 16 (3), 273-294, 2010
1172010
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