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Select Peer-Reviewed Publications
  1. Goforth, T., Nock, D. Air pollution disparities and equality assessments of US national decarbonization strategies. Nature communications, 13, 7488 (2022).

  2. Cong, S., Nock, D., Qiu, Y. L., & Xing, B. (2022). Unveiling hidden energy poverty using the energy equity gap. Nature communications, 13(1), 1-12.

  3. Sackey, C. V. H., Levin, T., & Nock, D. (2022). Latent demand for electricity in sub-Saharan Africa: a review. Environmental Research: Infrastructure and Sustainability.

  4. Lou, J., Qiu, Y. L., Ku, A. L., Nock, D., & Xing, B. (2021). Inequitable and Heterogeneous Impacts on Electricity Consumption from COVID-19 Mitigation Measures. iScience, 103231.

  5. Pfeiffer, Olivia, Destenie Nock, Erin Baker. Wind energy's bycatch: Offshore wind deployment impacts on hydropower operation and migratory fish. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 2021.

  6. Baker E, Nock D, Levin T, Atarah S, Afful-Dadzie A, Dodoo-Ahrin D, Ndikumana L, Shittu E, Muchapondwa E, Van-Hein Sackey C. Who is marginalized in energy justice? Amplifying community leader perspectives of energy transitions in Ghana. Energy Research and Social Science. 2021.

  7. Nock, Destenie, Todd Levin, Erin Baker. " Changing the Policy Paradigm: A Benefit Maximization Approach to Electricity Planning in Developing Countries." Applied Energy. 2020. DOI

  8. Nock, Destenie, Erin Baker. "Holistic multi-criteria decision analysis evaluation of sustainable electric generation portfolios: New England case study." Applied Energy. 2019. DOI

- Malcolm X -

“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those that prepare for it today.”


  1. Armanios, D. E., & Christian, S. J., & Francioni Rooney, A., & McElwee, M. L., & Moore, J. D., & Nock, D., & Samaras, C., & Wang, G. J. (2021, July), Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Civil and Environmental Engineering Education: Social Justice in a Changing Climate Paper presented at 2021 ASEE Virtual Annual Conference Content Access, Virtual Conference.

  2. Nock, D. (2020). “Let’s Bid!”-A modular activity to promote interest in engineering economy. The Engineering Economist, 65(3), 195-212.

Education Publications 
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