Book Titles & Chapters
, Maantay, J.A., & Grady, K. (2011). Using Geovisualization and Geospatial Analysis to Explore Respiratory Disease and Environmental Health Justice in New York City. In J. A. Maantay & S. McClafferty (Eds.), Geospatial Analysis of Environmental Health (Vol. 4, pp. 39-66): Springer.
Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R.
, and Culp, G. (2010). Using geographic information science to estimate vulnerable urban populations for flood hazard and risk assessment in New York City, in P. Showalter and Y. Lu (eds.), Geotechnical Contributions to Urban Hazard and Disaster Analysis. Springer-Verlag
Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R.,
Alicea, C., and Strelnick, A. H. (2009). Geographic information systems, environmental justice, and health disparities: The need for an interdisciplinary approach to study asthma and air pollution in the Bronx, New York, in Freudenberg, N., Saegert, S., and Klitzman, S. (eds.), Interdisciplinary Urban Health Research and Practice. Jossey-Bass: 93-119.
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