Publications: IAQ Science: Dampness and Mold
Fisk, William J., Brett C. Singer, and Wanyu R. Chan."Association of Residential Energy Efficiency Retrofits with Indoor Environmental Quality, Comfort, and Health: A Review of Empirical Data."Building and Environment (2020). DOI
Fisk, William J., Wanyu R. Chan, and Alexandra L. Johnson."Does Dampness and Mold in Schools affect Health? Results of a Meta-Analysis."Indoor Air 2019 (2019). DOI
Fisk, William J.."Review of Some Effects of Climate Change on Indoor Environmental Quality and Health and Associated No-Regrets Mitigation Measures."Building and Environment 86 (2015) 70-80. DOI
Fisk, William J., Ekaterina Eliseeva, and Mark J. Mendell."Association of residential dampness and mold with respiratory tract infections and bronchitis: a meta analysis."Environmental Health 9.72 (2010).
Mendell, Mark J., Quanhong Lei-Gomez, Anna G. Mirer, Olli Seppänen, and Gregory Brunner."Risk factors in heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning systems for occupant symptoms in U.S. office buildings: the U.S. EPA BASE study."Indoor Air 18 (2008) 1.2, 1.7.
Mudarri, David, and William J. Fisk."Public health and economic impact of dampness and mold."Indoor Air 17.3 (2007) 226-235. DOI
Fisk, William J., Quanhong Lei-Gomez, and Mark J. Mendell."Meta-Analyses of the Associations of Respiratory Health Effects with Dampness and Mold in Homes."Indoor Air 17 (2007) 284-96. DOI