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C Information Provided by the NIOSH AFF Program Some of these documents are available online at the following NIOSH website: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/nas/agforfish/. All of the materials are available for review at the National Academies through the study’s public access file. Ayes, P., and J. Liu. 1997. Report of Overturn Sensor and Tractor Rollover. Fort Collins: Colorado State University. Buchan, V., and H. Holmquist-Johnson. 2007. NIOSH Agricultural Center Initiative Evaluation Project—FY2006. Contract # 212-2004-09852. Fort Collins: Colorado State University. Burau, K., E. Shipp, S. Cooper, R. Frankowski, S. McKinnon, and K. Walker. 2006. Response accuracy of hazard identification in migrant farmworkers. Journal of Agromedicine 11:17-26. Busbee, D. 2006. Reporter Gene Systems to Detect Endocrine Disruptive Chemicals: Final Progress Re- port. Tyler, TX: Southwest Center for Agricultural Health, Injury Prevention, and Education. Carruth, A.K. 2006. Louisiana Healthy Farm Families Initiative: Final Progress Report. Hammond, LA: Southeastern Louisiana University, School of Nursing. Carruth, A.K, and C. Logan. 2002. Depressive symptoms in farm women: Effects of health sta- tus and farming lifestyle characteristics, behaviors, and beliefs. Journal of Community Health 27:213-228. Carruth, A.K., S. Browning, D. Reed, L. Skarke, and L. Sealey. 2006. The impact of farm lifestyle and health characteristics: Cervical cancer screening among southern farmwomen. Nursing Research 55:121-127. Carruth, A.K., L. Skarke, B. Moffett, and C. Prestholdt. 2001. Women in agriculture: Risk and injury experiences on family farms. Journal of the American Medical Women’s Association 56:15-18. Cooper, C., S.P. Cooper, D. Del Junco, E. Shipp, R. Whitworth, and S.R. Cooper. 2006. Web-based data collection: Detailed methods of a questionnaire and data gathering tool. Epidemiologic Perspectives and Innovations 3:1. 88

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aPPendix c 89 Cooper, S. 2006. A Study of Work Injuries in Farmworker Children: Final Progress Report. Tyler, TX: Southwest Center for Agricultural Health, Injury Prevention, and Education. Cooper, S., E. Heitman, E. Fox, B. Quill, P. Knudson, S. Zahm, N. McNaughton, and R. Ryder. 2004. Ethical issues in conducting migrant farmworker studies. Journal of Immigrant Health 6:29-39. Cooper, S., K. Burau, R. Frankowski, E. Shipp, D. Del Junco, R. Whitworth, A. Sweeney, N. McNaughton, N. Weller, and C. Hanis. 2006. A Cohort Study of Injuries in Migrant Farm Worker Families in South Texas. Annals of Epidemiology 16:313-320. Cooper, S.P., S.R. Cooper, S. Felknor, V. Santana, F. Fischer, E. Shipp, and M. Vela Acosta. 2005. Nontraditional Work Factors in Farmworker Adolescent Populations: Implications for Health Research and Interventions. Public Health Reports 120:622-629. Cooper, S.P., N. Weller, E. Fox, S.R. Cooper, and E. Shipp. 2005. Comparative description of migrant farmworkers versus other students attending South Texas schools: Demographic, academic, and health characteristics. Texas Medicine August:58-62. Doyle, E., R. Rager, D. Bates, and C. Cooper. 2006. Using community-based participatory research to assess health needs among migrant and seasonal farmworkers. American Journal of Health Education 37:279-288. Driscoll, R., B. Donovan Reh, E.J. Esswein, and D.A. Mattorano. 1998. Health Hazard Evaluation Report 93-1035-2686. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Forest Service. Fenske, R. 2007. ERC Student Tables. Seattle, WA: University of Washington. Fenske, R. 2007. PNASH Student Education. Seattle, WA: University of Washington. Frank, L.A. 2006. Surveillance of Ag-Related Chemical Exposures: Final Progress Report. Tyler, TX: Southwest Center for Agricultural Health, Injury Prevention, and Education. Gilmore, K. 2006. Stakeholder Services: Final Progress Report. Tyler, TX: Southwest Center for Agri- cultural Health, Injury Prevention, and Education. Greer, K.A., M. Pine, and D.L. Busbee. 2005. Development of an in vitro model of excess intracellular reactive oxygen species. AGE: Journal of the American Aging Association 27:97-105. Hall, B. 2006. Preventing Agricultural Injuries in the Arkansas Delta: Final Progress Report. Helena, AR: University of Arkansas for Medical Science Delta Health Education Center. Helitzer, D. 2006. Preventing Agricultural Work Injuries on the Navajo Nation. Albuquerque, NM: University of New Mexico Family and Community Medicine. High Plains Intermountain Center for Agricultural Health and Safety (HICAHS). 2006. Center Over- view and Project Histories. Fort Collins, CO: HICAHS. HICAHS. 2007. Inventory of Materials Forwarded to Dr. Roy Fleming for NAS Review. Fort Collins, CO: HICAHS. Hodge, B.D., S. Ackerman, C. Evans, T. Erb, and M.L.W. Cook. 2002. An occupational health nurs- ing program: Relevance to nurses in nonoccupational practice settings. AAOHN Journal 50:257-261. Hokanson R., S. Miller, M. Hennessey, M. Flesher, W. Hanneman, and D. Busbee. 2004. Disruption of estrogen-regulated gene expression by dioxin: Downregulation of a gene associated with the onset of non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (type 2 diabetes). Human and Experimental Toxicology 23:555-564. Huhnke, R.L. 2004. Surveying Elementary Students to Determine Knowledge Gained from Viewing the Video Livestock Safety for Kids. Presentation at ASAE/CSAE Meeting, August 1-4. Jenkins, P.L., S.G. Stack, G.B. Earle-Richardson, S.M. Scofield, and J.J. May. 2007. Screening Events to Reduce Farmers’ Hazardous Exposure. Journal of Agricultural Safety and Health 13(1). 8 pp. Jones, C., and J. Bleeker. 2005. A comparison of ATV-related behaviors, exposures, and injuries be- tween farm youth and nonfarm youth. Journal of Rural Health 21:70-73.

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a g r i c u lt u r e , f o r e s t r y , fishing research niosh and at 90 Levin, J.K., K. Gilmore, J.T. Nalbone, and S. Shepherd. 2005. Agroterrorism workshop: Engaging community preparedness. Journal of Agromedicine 10:7-15. Levin, J.L., ed. 2006. Cultivation: The Newsletter for the Southwest Center for Agricultural Health, Injury Prevention and Education. Summer 2006. Levin, J.L. 2006. Southwest Center for Agricultural Health, Injury Prevention, and Education Final Progress Report. CDC/NIOSH Cooperative Agreement U50 OH 7541-05 (September 30, 2001- September 29, 2006). Tyler, TX: Southwest Center for Agricultural Health, Injury Prevention, and Education. Levin, J.L. 2006. Development of Culturally Sensitive Safety Training for Vietnamese Shrimpers in U.S. Coast Guard District 8 (Port of Galveston): Final Progress Report. Tyler, TX: Southwest Center for Agricultural Health, Injury Prevention, and Education. Levin, J.L., K. Gilmore, S. Shepherd, and J.T. Nalbone. 2006. Stakeholder Input and Cultural Consid- erations in Addressing Behavioural Factors in a Unique Agricultural Work Population (Com- mercial Shrimpers). Poster presentation at the NORA Symposium in Washington, DC. April 18-20, 2006. Logan, C., S. Pryor, and A. Carruth. 2006. Methodological aspects of a computer-assisted telephone interview (CATI) survey of health and safety risks of farm women and children. Pelican News March/April/May:14-16. Mankame, T., R. Hokanson, R. Chowdhary, and D. Busbee. 2004. Altered gene expression in human cells induced by the agricultural chemical Enable. Toxicology and Industrial Health 20:1-14. Mankame, T., R. Hokanson, R. Fudge, R. Chowdhary, and D. Busbee. 2006. Alteration of gene expres- sion in human cells treated with the agricultural chemical diazinon: Possible interaction in fetal development. Human and Experimental Toxicology 25:225-233. Mankame, T., R. Hokanson, R. Fudge, R. Chowdhary, and D. Busbee. 2006. Altered gene expression in human cells treated with the insecticide diazinon: Correlation with decreased DNA excision repair capacity. Human and Experimental Toxicology 25:57-65. Migrant Clinicians Network. 2007. Streamline, the Migrant Health News Source. Austin, TX: Migrant Clinicians Network (MCN). NIOSH. 1996. Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 1997. Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 1998. Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 1998. Child Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 1999. Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 1999. Child Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2000. Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2000. Child Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2001. Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2001. Child Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2002. Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2002. Child Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2003. Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2003. Child Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2004. Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2004. Child Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2004. Worker Health Chartbook. DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 2004-146. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2005. Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH.

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aPPendix c 9 NIOSH. 2005. Child Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2006. Agriculture Center Evaluators (ACE) Recommended Data Fields. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2006. Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2006. Child Agriculture Comprehensive Report List (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2006. NIOSH Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing Safety and Health Program. Report for National Academies Review (Initial Evidence Package). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Author Cross-Reference for AFF Bibliography. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Bibliography for AFF Program. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Bibliography of NIOSH-funded Commercial Fishing Health and Safety Projects. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Bibliography of NIOSH-funded Forestry Health and Safety Projects. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Bibliography of NIOSH-funded Logging Health and Safety Projects. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Brief Responses from Ag Center Directors to Committee Inquiry about Health Services Research and Health Services Training at Centers. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Charge to the NORA Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing Sector Council. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. FY2007 Project Planning Guidance. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. NORA Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing Sector Council Meeting Notes. February 22. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. NORA Agriculture, Forestry, and Fishing Sector Council Membership. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Questions #1-3. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Questions #1-3–NIOSH Program Synopsis: Applying Safety Research and Design to the U.S. Fishing Industry FY 2007-2010. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Question #4. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Questions #5 and 6. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Question #8. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Question #8–Training Courses at Research Centers (Excel file). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Question #9. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Question #9–Determinants of Variation in State Logging Fatality Rates. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Question #9–Health Hazard Evaluations. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Question #9–The Maine Agricultural Safety and Health Pro- gram (MASHP). Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Question #9–PNASH Noise and Vibration Exposure. Cincin- nati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Question #9–Southern Coastal Agromedicine Center Timber Medic Certification. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Question #9–Fatality Assessment and Control Evaluation (FACE) Project. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH. NIOSH. 2007. Response to Committee Question #9–Occupational Injury Prevention in Alaska. Cincinnati, OH: NIOSH.

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