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Earth and Oceanographic Science

Speakers and Panelists

Xun ShiXun Shi, Ph. D.

Associate Professor
Department of Geography
Dartmouth College

My specialty is Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and quantitative spatial analysis, particularly as applied to health-related issues, including environmental health and healthcare service.

Selected Relevant Publications:

Carlos, H.A., Shi, X., Sargent, J., Tanski, S., Berke, E.M., 2010, Density estimation and adaptive bandwidths: A primer for public health practitioners, International Journal of Health Geographics, 9:39 (http://www.ij-healthgeographics.com/content/9/1/39).

Shi, X., 2010, Selection of Bandwidth Type and Adjustment Side in Kernel Density Estimation over Inhomogeneous Backgrounds, International Journal of Geographical Information Science. 24(5): 643-660.

Sloan, C.D., Duell, E.J., Shi, X., Irwin, R., Andrew, A.S., Williams, S.M., Moore, J.H., 2009, Ecogeographic Genetic Epidemiology, Genetic Epidemiology. 33:281-289.

Shi, X., 2009, A GeoComputational Process for Characterizing the Spatial Pattern of Lung Cancer Incidence in New Hampshire, Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 99(3): 521-533.

Onega, T., Duell, E., Shi, X., Wang, D., Demidenko, E., and Goodman, D., 2008, Geographic Access to Cancer Care in The United States, Cancer, 112(4): 909-918.

Shi, X., Duell, E., Demidenko, E., Onega, T., Wilson, B., and Hoftiezer, D., 2007, A Polygon-based Locally Weighted Average Method for Smoothing Disease Rates of Small Units, Epidemiology, 18(5): 523-528.

Shi, X., 2007, Evaluating the Uncertainty Caused by P.O.Box Addresses in Environmental Health Studies: A restricted Monte Carlo Approach, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 21(3): 325-340.