UGH Lab Publications

2015

Wan, N & G. Lin. 2015. Parkinson’s Disease and Pesticides Exposure: New Findings from a Comprehensive Study in Nebraska, USA. Journal of Rural Health (In Press)

Zou, B., Zhong, Z., Wan, N, Qiu, Y., and J, Wilson. 2015. An Optimized Spatial Proximity Model for Particulate Matter Air Pollution Exposure Assessment in Areas of Sparse Monitoring. International Journal of Geographic Information Science (In Press)

Wan, N & G, Lin. 2015. Classifying Human Activity Patterns from Smartphone Collected GPS data: a Fuzzy Classification and Aggregation Approach. Transactions in GIS (In Press)

Siahpush, M., Shaikh, R. A., Hyland, A., Smith, D., Sikora Kessler, A., Meza, J., Wan, N & Wakefield, M. 2015. Point-of-sale cigarette marketing, urge to buy cigarettes, and unplanned purchases of cigarettes: Results from a population-based survey. Nicotine and Tobacco Research (In Press).

Siahpush, M., Shaikh, R.A., Cummings, K.M., Hyland, A., Dodd, M., Carlson, L., Kessler, A. S., Meza, J., Wan, N., Wakefield, M. 2015. The association of point-of-sale cigarette marketing with cravings to smoke: results from a cross-sectional population-based study. Tobacco Control: doi:10.1136/tobaccocontrol-2015-052253

Zou, B., Luo, Y., Wan, N., Zheng, Z., Sternberg, T., and Liao, Y. 2015. Performance comparison of LUR and OK in PM2.5 concentration mapping: a multidimensional perspective. Scientific Reports 5: 8698

Wan, N.2015. Pesticides exposure modeling based on GIS and remote sensing Land Use Data. Applied Geography 56:99-106.

2014

Zou, B., Peng, F., Wan, N., Mamady, K., and Wilson, J. 2014. Spatial cluster analysis of air pollution exposure inequality in the United States. PLOS ONE 9 (3)

Zou, B., Peng, F., Wan, N., Wilson, J. 2014. Sulfur dioxide exposure and environmental justice: a multi-scale and source-specific perspective. Atmospheric Pollution Research 5: 491-499.

Dong, M., Zou, B., Pu, Qian., Wan, N., Yang, L., Luo, Y. Spatial pattern evolution and causal analysis of county level economy in Chang-Zhu-Tan urban agglomeration, China. Chinese Geographical Science 24(5): 620-630.

Publications prior to 2014

Wan, N., Lin, G. 2013. Life-space characterization from cellular telephone collected GPS data. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 39: 63-70.

Wan, N., Qu, W., Whitington, J., Witbrodt, B., Henderson, M., Goulding, E., Schenk, A., Bonasera, S., and Lin, G.2013.Assessing smart phones for generating life space indicators. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 40(2): 350-361.

Wan, N., Zhan, FB., Zou, B., and Wilson, JG. 2013. Spatial access to healthcare services and disparities in colorectal cancer stage at diagnosis in Texas. The Professional Geographer 65(3): 527-541.

Wan, N., Zou, B., Sternberg, T. 2012. A three-step floating catchment area method for analyzing spatial access to health services. International Journal of Geographic Information Science 26(6): 1073-1089.

Wan, N., Zhan, FB., Zou, B., and Chow, T. 2012. A relative spatial access assessment approach for analyzing potential spatial access to colorectal cancer services in Texas. Applied Geography 32(2): 291-299.

Wan, N., Zhan, FB., Lu, Y., and Tiefenbacher, J. 2012. Access to health care and disparities in colorectal cancer survival in Texas. Health & Place 18(2): 321-329.

Wan, N., Zhan, FB., and Cai, Z. 2011. Socioeconomic disparities in prostate cancer mortality and the impact of geographic scale. Southern Medical Journal 104(8): 553-559.