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The Archaeological Renaissance in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq

Author(s)  Jason Ur
September, 2017
Near Eastern Archaeology

After an absence of over two decades, foreign archaeology has returned in earnest to one of the “cradles of civilization” in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.

A Community Resource Map to Support Clinical-Community Linkages in a Randomized Controlled Trial of Childhood Obesity, Eastern Massachusetts, 2014-2016.

Author(s)  Fiechtner, Puente, Sharifi, Block, Price, Marshall, Blossom, Gerber, Taveras.
July, 2017
Journal of Chronic Disease Prevention

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Novel approaches to health care delivery that leverage community resources could improve outcomes for children at high risk for obesity.

Evaluating the Current State of Geospatial Software as a Service Platforms: A Comparison Study

Author(s)  Benjamin Lewis, Weihe Wendy Guan, Alenka Poplin
June, 2017
Springer

Abstract  The goal of this chapter is to evaluate and compare Geospatial Software as a Service (GSaaS) platforms oriented toward providing basic mapping capabilities to non-GIS experts.

Using Internal Migration to Estimate the Causal Effect of Neighborhood Socioeconomic Context on Health: A Longitudinal Analysis, England, 1995–2008

Author(s)  Mark A. Green, Mariana Arcaya & S. V. Subramanian
June, 2017
Annals of the American Association of Geographers

Placing Names: Enriching and Extending Gazetteers

Author(s)  Merrick Lex Berman, Ruth Mostern, Humphrey Southall
August, 2016
Indiana University Press

Placing Names discusses the evolution and construction of gazetteers and how they can be used to model our conceptions of historical places,  as well as how t

Modeling spatiotemporal pattern of agriculture-feasible land in China

Author(s)  Wendy Guan; Kang Wu; Fei Carnes
June, 2016
Transactions in GIS

This study applies a spatial fuzzy multi-criteria evaluation model to determine agricultural feasibility in China based on physical variables (accumulated temperature, sunshine, precipitation, hydrology, elevation and soil properties).

Spatial analysis of crime incidence and adolescent physical activity

Author(s)  Alyssa I. Robinson, Fei Carnes, Nicolas M. Oreskovic
January, 2016
Preventative Medicine

Adolescents do not achieve recommended levels of physical activity. Crime is believed to be a

Visualizing Human Migration Through Space and Time

Author(s)  Zambotti, Giovanni; Guan, Wendy; Gest, Justin Daniel
July, 2015

Human migration has been an important activity in human societies since antiquity. Since 1890, approximately three percent of the world’s population has lived outside of their country of origin.

Understanding Today's Online GIS User Through the Lens of a WorldMap Survey

Author(s)  Guan, Wendy; Poplin, Alenka; Lewis, Benjamin G.
June, 2015

WorldMap is an open source online mapping application which aims to lower barriers for scholars who wish to visualize, analyze, organize, present, and publish mapped information.

How do changes to the built environment influence walking behaviors? a longitudinal study within a university campus in Hong Kong

Author(s)  Guibo Sun, Nicolas M Oreskovic, and Hui Lin
July, 2014
International Journal of Health Geographics.2014, 13:28

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On the Cyberinfrastructure for GIS-Enabled Historiography

Author(s)  Peter K. Bol
June, 2013
Space-Time Integration in Geography and GIScience, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Volume 103, Issue 5, 2013

From a historian's perspective, the use of GIScience and technology in the study of history holds the promise of an integration of historical and geographic modes of analysis.

The growing role of web-based geospatial technology in disaster response and support

Author(s)  Akiyuki Kawasaki, Merrick Lex Berman, and Wendy Guan
December, 2012
Disasters, 37: 201–221

This paper examines changes in disaster response and relief efforts and recent web-based geospatial technological developments through an evaluation of the experiences of the Center for Geographic Analysis, Harvard University, of the Sichuan (2008) and Haiti (2010) earthquake responses.

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