Human Geography: Health and Food

Type: Poster
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Day: 4/13/2018
Start / End Time: 8:00 AM / 9:40 AM (MDT)
Room: Napoleon Foyer/Common St. Corridor, Sheraton, 3rd Floor
Organizers: The American Association of Geographers
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Agenda

ID Title Participant
000 Exploring Environmental Health in East Austin: A Legal and Planning Analysis Gabriella Velasco
001 Analysis of Dietary Behaviors of Undergraduate Students at Weber State University Andrew Hackett
Weber State University
002 The Association Between Socio Economic Status, Poor Sanitation and Malaria In Teshie, A Suburb Of Accra, Ghana Sandra Bempah
Kent State University
003 Determining the Accessibility to Level 1 Trauma Centers in the Eastern United States by Helicopter Benjamin Suriani
004 Is Washington D.C. an AIDS Outlier? Brince Jones
University of North Texas
005 A Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Leukemia and Lymphoma in the United States Joseph Wonsil
Carthage College
006 A Spatial Analysis of Age and Health Regarding Carnegia Gigantea in an Urban Environment Ridley Lancaster
University of West Florida EES
007 Modeling Multi-Level Factors to Promote Oral Health Equity for Chinese Americans Qiuyi Zhang
SUNY - Buffalo
008 Suicide Mortality in Germany: A Spatiotemporal Regression Approach Marco Helbich
University
009 Changes in African Americans' Mental Health Status Associated with Hurricane Losses Amanda Martinez
University of Colorado - Denver
010 Dengue fever and mosquito control in urban backyards in Key West, Florida Melinda Butterworth
Willamette University
011 Spatial distribution of Chronic Illness in Illinois Chayanika Singh
012 Heat Surveys in Hot Places: Predictors of Heat Illness Events in Phoenix, Arizona Mary Wright
Arizona State University
013 A smartphone survey for influenza surveillance Ling Bian
SUNY- Buffalo
014 A Longitudinal Comparison of Fine Scale Environmental Risk Factors and Waterborne Bacterial Presence in Haiti Robert Squires
Kent State University
015 Understanding Relationship between Land Use and Land Cover and Malaria Incidence in Nepal Shreejana Bhattarai
Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University
016 Environmental Injustice and Community Health: A focused cluster analysis of waste disposal in Kent County, Michigan, USA Amanda Kreuze
Michigan State University
017 An Analysis of For-profit Plasmapheresis Clinic Locations in the United States Matthew Balentine
University of North Carolina - Greensboro
018 Doctor Shopping and High-Risk Use of Opioid Prescriptions in Arkansas Sean Young
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
019 Towards a Developmental Epidemiology of Suicide Kate Lester
University of North Texas
020 Income Inequality and Health: A Multilevel Analysis of Urban Canada Megan Wylie
McGill University
021 A Spatial Analysis of Hospice Care in South Africa Emma Knauerhase
022 Exploratory Ecological Analysis of Opioid Mortality in the United States between 2013 and 2015 David Miceli
023 Geographic Disparities in HIV services among Native Americans Tommi Gaines
University of California San Diego
024 An Overview of overdoses in Summit County and Barberton city Dania Mofleh
Kent State University
025 The Spatial Pattern of Home-workplace Mobility in Western New York Xi Cheng
University At Buffalo
026 Identifying regions underserved by health and educational services in Southwestern, Virginia using Network Analysis Bryce Grimes
Radford University
027 Location Selection for Senior Welfare Center by considering both Resident and Floating Population So Young Sohn
Yonsei University
028 The Political Ecology of Community Seed Banks Bryan Collins
University of Denver
029 Consuming Identity: Cultivating a sense of self with Hatch chiles Laura Seifers
Indiana University
030 Food For Thought: Differences of Geographic Food Habits Between Alaska and the Lower 48 Courtney Rome
Ms.
031 Using GIS to map food deserts in New Brunswick, NJ Mackenzie Heffernan
Rutgers University
032 Impact of Hurricane Katrina on Citrus Production in South Florida Isaac Sapani
University of Toledo
033 Regional distribution of food security and its determinants across regions of the Punjab, Pakistan Haroon Yousaf
University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan
034 Post Hazards Food Security and Food Resilience in Cuba Gigi Berardi
Huxley College, Western Washington University
035 Investigating the Accessibility to Select Organic Food Sources Based on Food Desert Characteristics within Deland, Florida MacKenzie Quinn
Stetson University
036 Framing Food Insecurity in Nicaragua: A Critical Discourse Analysis Anand Purohit
Santa Clara University
037 Authenticity, Food, and Race in Central Alabama Allison Solomon
Indiana University
038 Corporatization, conservation, and corn: Shifting patterns of agricultural subsidies in the Southern Great Plains Austin Boardman
Oklahoma State University
039 Neighborhoods that Feed Themselves: Possibilities for the Relocalization of Vegetable Produce in Sioux Falls, SD. Aileen Profir
South Dakota State University
040 Plumbing poverty: hot spots of geographic inequality in U.S. household water insecurity Shiloh Deitz
University of Oregon
041 Green space assessment for community garden expansion in low income neighborhoods of Pittsburgh Plaxedes Chitiyo
Duquesne University
042 Improving Food Security through Urban Agriculture in Lawrence, MA. Ashley Walsh
Geography Department
043 Engaging Food Systems Holistically: Internship Innovation in Tampa Bay, Florida David Himmelfarb
Eckerd College
044 Food Insecurity and Undocumented Farmworkers: A Study of Dairy Farms in Western New York Yanitza Piedra
SUNY Geneseo
045 Na Steven Aviles
University of Minnesota
046 Making Fresh Food Accessible: Using Lincoln Park as a Case Study for Determining Farmers’ Market Site Suitability Benjamin Ingalls
SUNY - Geneseo
047 Kernels of Resilience: An Actor-Network Theory Analysis of Seeds in Agriculture Molly Hicks
Antioch University New England
048 Assessing NYC Community Gardens: Can Urban Agriculture Sustainably Feed the 21st Century? Jacob Roday
Hofstra University
049 Agrivoltaics: co-locating food production and solar renewable energy to maximize food production, water savings, and energy generation Greg Barron-Gafford
University of Arizona
050 Environmental Processes of H3N2 Influenza Hospitalizations in Minnesota: 2012-2013 Austin Rau

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