Selected Publications by Faculty and Graduate Students associated with Geographic Information Science
Leyk S., Maclaurin G.J., Hunter L.M., Nawrotzki R., Twine W., Collinson M. and Erasmus B. (2012). Spatially and Temporally Varying Associations Between Temporary Outmigration and Natural Resource Availability in Resource-Dependent Rural Communities in South Africa: A Modeling Framework. Applied Geography 34:559-568 .
Leyk S., Norlund P.U., Nuckols J.R. (2012). Robust Assessment of Spatial Non-Stationarity in Model Associations Related to Pediatric Mortality due to Diarrheal Disease in Brazil. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology 3:95-105.
Leyk S., Buttenﬁeld B.P. and Nagle N.N. (in press). Modeling Ambiguity in Census Microdata Allocations to Improve Demographic Small Area Estimates. Transactions in GIS.
Leyk S., Buttenﬁeld B.P., Nagle N.N. and Stum A.K. (in press). Establishing Relationships Between Parcel Data and Landcover for Demographic Small Area Estimation. Cartography and Geographical Information Science.
Leyk S., Nagle N.N. and Buttenﬁeld B.P. (in press). Maximum Entropy Dasymetric Modeling for Demographic Small Area Estimation Under Uncertainty. Geographical Analysis.
Spielman, S.E. and Yoo, E-H. (2009). The Spatial Dimensions of Neighborhood Effects. Social Science and Medicine, 68(6).
Erdemir, E. T., Batta R., Spielman S. E., Rogerson P., et. al. (2008). Optimization of aeromedical base locations in New Mexico. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 40(3)
Spielman, S.E. and Thill, J.C. (2008). Social Area Analysis, Data Mining, and GIS. Computers, Environment, and Urban Systems, 32(2)
Spielman, S. E. (2006). Appropriate use of the K-function in Urban
Environments (Letter). American Journal of Public Health, 96(2).
Spielman, S.E., Golembeski, C.A., Northridge, M.E., et al. (2006). Interdisciplinary Planning for Healthier Communities: Findings from the
Harlem Children's Zone Asthma Initiative. Journal of the American
Planning Association, 72(1).