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Geographers and spatial scientists can play a vital role in understanding COVID-19. However, current research is likely to be data driven due to the fluidity of the pandemic. This panel will discuss the data and methodological challenges that we currently face in spatially-explicitly studies of COVID-19.
|Panelist||Mei-Po Kwan Chinese University of Hong Kong||12|
|Panelist||Xun Shi Dartmouth College||12|
|Panelist||Meifang Li Dartmouth College||12|
|Panelist||Michael Desjardins Johns Hopkins University||12|
|Panelist||Eric Delmelle University of North Carolina at Charlotte||12|
|Panelist||Tzai-Hung Wen National Taiwan University||15|
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