Dr. David Jean Du Preez

Microscale Modelling
Model-based Environmental Exposure Science
Telefon: +49 821 598-3142
Fax: +49 821 598-3154
E-Mail: david.du.preez@med.uni-augsburg.de
Raum: Geb. 10 (314A) (SHS)
Adresse: Werner-von-Siemens-Straße 6 (Sigma Technopark), 86159 Augsburg

Lehrveranstaltungen

(Angewandte Filter: Semester: aktuelles | Dozenten: David Jean du Preez | Vorlesungsarten: alle)
Name Dozent Semester
Hackathon Agenten-basierte Expositionsmodellierung - Hackathon Agent-based exposure modeling Klasen

Verena Klasen,

Knote

Christoph Knote,

du Preez

David Jean du Preez,

Timpf

Sabine Timpf

Sommersemester 2022
Expositionsforschung - wie, wann und wo beeinflusst uns die Umwelt? Knote

Christoph Knote,

Kara

Robin Kara,

du Preez

David Jean du Preez

Sommersemester 2022

Publikationen

2022 | 2021 | 2020 | 2019 | 2018

2022

Vusumuzi Nkosi, Angela Mathee, Suzana Blesic, Thandi Kapwata, Zamantimande Kunene, David Jean du Preez, Rebecca Garland und Caradee Yael Wright
Exploring meteorological conditions and human health impacts during two dust storm events in Northern Cape Province, South Africa: findings and lessons learnt

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2021

Thandi Kapwata, Caradee Y. Wright, David Jean du Preez, Zamantimande Kunene, Angela Mathee, Takayoshi Ikeda, Willem Landman, Rajendra Maharaj, Neville Sweijd, Noboru Minakawa und Suzana Blesic
Exploring rural hospital admissions for diarrhoeal disease, malaria, pneumonia, and asthma in relation to temperature, rainfall and air pollution using wavelet transform analysis

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Caradee Y. Wright, Thandi Kapwata, David Jean du Preez, Bianca Wernecke, Rebecca M. Garland, Vusumuzi Nkosi, Willem A. Landman, Liesl Dyson und Mary Norval
Major climate change-induced risks to human health in South Africa

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David Jean du Preez, Hassan Bencherif, Thierry Portafaix, Kévin Lamy und Caradee Yael Wright
Solar ultraviolet radiation in Pretoria and its relations to aerosols and tropospheric ozone during the biomass burning season

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2020

Caradee Y. Wright, David Jean du Preez, Bice S. Martincigh, Martin W. Allen, Danielle A. Millar, Bianca Wernecke und Suzana Blesic
A comparison of solar ultraviolet radiation exposure in urban canyons in Venice, Italy and Johannesburg, South Africa

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Suzana M. Blesić, David Jean du Preez, Djordje I. Stratimirović, Jelena V. Ajtić, M. Cynthia Ramotsehoa, Martin W. Allen und Caradee Y. Wright
Characterization of personal solar ultraviolet radiation exposure using detrended fluctuation analysis

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David Jean du Preez, Alfio V. Parisi, Danielle A. Millar, Hassan Bencherif und Caradee Y. Wright
Comparison of GOME‐2 UVA satellite data to ground‐based UVA measurements in South Africa

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June Teare, Angela Mathee, Nisha Naicker, Cheryl Swanepoel, Thandi Kapwata, Yusentha Balakrishna, David Jean du Preez, Danielle A. Millar und Caradee Y. Wright
Dwelling characteristics influence indoor temperature and may pose health threats in LMICs

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David Jean du Preez, Hassan Bencherif, Nelson Bègue, Lieven Clarisse, Rebecca F. Hoffman und Caradee Yael Wright
Investigating the large-scale transport of a volcanic plume and the impact on a secondary site

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Hassan Bencherif, Nelson Bègue, Damaris Kirsch Pinheiro, David Jean du Preez, Jean-Maurice Cadet, Fábio Juliano da Silva Lopes, Lerato Shikwambana, Eduardo Landulfo, Thomas Vescovini, Casper Labuschagne, Jonatan João Silva, Vagner Anabor, Pierre-François Coheur, Nkanyiso Mbatha, Juliette Hadji-Lazaro, Venkataraman Sivakumar und Cathy Clerbaux
Investigating the long-range transport of aerosol plumes following the Amazon fires (August 2019): a multi-instrumental approach from ground-based and satellite observations

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Hassan Bencherif, Abdoulwahab M. Toihir, Nkanyiso Mbatha, Venkataraman Sivakumar, David Jean du Preez, Nelson Bègue und Gerrie Coetzee
Ozone variability and trend estimates from 20-years of ground-based and satellite observations at Irene Station, South Africa

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Nelson Bègue, Lerato Shikwambana, Hassan Bencherif, Juan Pallota, Venkataraman Sivakumar, Elian Wolfram, Nkanyiso Mbatha, Facundo Orte, David Jean du Preez, Marion Ranaivombola, Stuart Piketh und Paola Formenti
Statistical analysis of the long-range transport of the 2015 Calbuco volcanic eruption from ground-based and space-borne observations

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Caradee Y. Wright, David Jean du Preez, Danielle A. Millar und Mary Norval
The epidemiology of skin cancer and public health strategies for its prevention in Southern Africa

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2019

Jean-Maurice Cadet, Hassan Bencherif, David Jean du Preez, Thierry Portafaix, Nathalie Sultan-Bichat, Matthias Belus, Colette Brogniez, Frederique Auriol, Jean-Marc Metzger, Katlego Ncongwane, Gerrie J. R. Coetzee und Caradee Y. Wright
Solar UV radiation in Saint-Denis, La Réunion and Cape Town, South Africa: 10 years climatology and human exposure assessment at altitude

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David Jean du Preez, Jelena V. Ajtić, Hassan Bencherif, Nelson Bègue, Jean-Maurice Cadet und Caradee Y. Wright
Spring and summer time ozone and solar ultraviolet radiation variations over Cape Point, South Africa

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Caradee Y. Wright, Mary Norval, Thandi Kapwata, David Jean du Preez, Bianca Wernecke, Bianca M. Tod und Willem I. Visser
The incidence of skin cancer in relation to climate change in South Africa

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2018

David Jean du Preez, J. L. du Plessis und C. Y. Wright
Assessing a portable, real-time display handheld meter with UV-A and UV-B sensors for potential application in personal sun exposure studies

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