The following article uses the ACS PUMS 2005-2007 (3-year estimate) to determine an estimate of the pediatric population in a given area.
Amin, R., Bohnert, A., Holmes, L., Rajasekaran, A., & Assanasen, C. (2010). Epidemiologic mapping of Florida childhood cancer clusters. Pediatric Blood & Cancer, 54(4), 511-518.
The following article uses the ACS PUMS 2007-2011 (5-year estimate) to determine levels of active commuting and environmental correlates of active commuting.
Fan, J. X., Wen, M., & Kowaleski-Jones, L. (2014). An ecological analysis of environmental correlates of active commuting in urban US. Health & Place, 30, 242-250.
The following article uses the ACS IPUMS 2007 (1-year estimate) to write a footnote about total fertility rates and how they differ between two different ethnic groups.
Johnson, K. M., & Lichter, D. T. (2010). Growing diversity among America's children and youth: Spatial and temporal dimensions. Population and Development Review, 36(1), 151-176.
The following article uses the ACS IPUMS 2007 (1-year estimate) to examine predictors of female labor force participation of different Asian ethnic subgroups.
Lee, S., Zhou, H., & Kim, Y. (2014). Labor force participation among Asian immigrant women: Findings from the 2007 American Community Survey. International Journal of Social Welfare, 23(3), 296-308.