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Spatial-Temporal Analysis and Modeling for Prenatal Exposure: A Case Study of Erie County, New York
According to the US Department of Health and Human Services, there were approximately 3.95 million births of babies in United States' hospitals in 2012. During each of these pregnancies, the maternal body and the developing ...
Risk-based characterization of contaminated industrial sites using a multivariate statistical and GIS-based approach in Anniston, Alabama
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) were produced in Anniston, AL, and used in various commercial applications from 1929 until their ban in the mid-1970s due to concerns about their environmental and biological persistence ...
Neighborhood mismatch: Examining mental health service access through proximal distance
Research suggests that neighborhood contextual factors affect individuals residing in them in many different ways as supported by current literature. Of particular interest in this study are children and adolescents as ...
Incorporating Advancements in Science, Technology, and User Demands into State-of-the-Art Earth-Systems Modeling to Empower Novel-GIS Users in Natural Resource Decision Making: A Geographic Information Systems Perspective
The scientific and technological world we live in is constantly changing; as our methods evolve, the discoveries we make brings new advancements each day. This can be seen in the changes to Geographic Information Systems ...