Michael J Widener
Michael J Widener
Professor, Department Chair, and Canada Research Chair, University of Toronto - St. George
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Temporal variability in transit-based accessibility to supermarkets
S Farber, MZ Morang, MJ Widener
Applied Geography 53, 149-159, 2014
Spatiotemporal accessibility to supermarkets using public transit: an interaction potential approach in Cincinnati, Ohio
MJ Widener, S Farber, T Neutens, M Horner
Journal of Transport Geography 42, 72-83, 2015
Using geolocated Twitter data to monitor the prevalence of healthy and unhealthy food references across the US
MJ Widener, W Li
Applied Geography 54, 189-197, 2014
When are food deserts? Integrating time into research on food accessibility
MJ Widener, J Shannon
Health & place 30, 1-3, 2014
Growing Buffalo's capacity for local food: A systems framework for sustainable agriculture
SS Metcalf, MJ Widener
Applied Geography, 2011
Using urban commuting data to calculate a spatiotemporal accessibility measure for food environment studies
MJ Widener, S Farber, T Neutens, MW Horner
Health & place 21, 1-9, 2013
A hierarchical approach to modeling hurricane disaster relief goods distribution
MJ Widener, MW Horner
Journal of Transport Geography, 2011
Spatial access to food: Retiring the food desert metaphor
MJ Widener
Physiology & behavior 193, 257-260, 2018
How do changes in the daily food and transportation environments affect grocery store accessibility?
MJ Widener, L Minaker, S Farber, J Allen, B Vitali, PC Coleman, B Cook
Applied geography 83, 46-62, 2017
Dynamic Urban Food Environments: A Temporal Analysis of Access to Healthy Foods
MJ Widener, SS Metcalf, Y Bar-Yam
American Journal of Preventive Medicine 41 (4), 439-441, 2011
The effects of transportation network failure on people’s accessibility to hurricane disaster relief goods: a modeling approach and application to a Florida case study
MW Horner, MJ Widener
Natural hazards 59, 1619-1634, 2011
Agent-based modeling of policies to improve urban food access for low-income populations
MJ Widener, SS Metcalf, Y Bar-Yam
Applied Geography 40, 1-10, 2013
Riders who avoided public transit during COVID-19: Personal burdens and implications for social equity
M Palm, J Allen, B Liu, Y Zhang, M Widener, S Farber
Journal of the American Planning Association 87 (4), 455-469, 2021
Developing a mobile produce distribution system for low-income urban residents in food deserts
MJ Widener, SS Metcalf, Y Bar-Yam
Journal of Urban Health 89, 733-745, 2012
Simulating the effects of social networks on a population’s hurricane evacuation participation
MJ Widener, MW Horner, SS Metcalf
Journal of geographical systems 15, 193-209, 2013
Noise and the city: Leveraging crowdsourced big data to examine the spatio-temporal relationship between urban development and noise annoyance
A Hong, B Kim, M Widener
Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science 47 (7), 1201-1218, 2020
Residential or activity space walkability: what drives transportation physical activity?
NA Howell, S Farber, MJ Widener, GL Booth
Journal of Transport & Health 7, 160-171, 2017
Transportation barriers to Syrian newcomer participation and settlement in Durham Region
S Farber, A Mifsud, J Allen, MJ Widener, KB Newbold, M Moniruzzaman
Journal of Transport Geography 68, 181-192, 2018
Comparing measures of accessibility to urban supermarkets for transit and auto users
MJ Widener
The Professional Geographer 69 (3), 362-371, 2017
Modeling social dimensions of oral health among older adults in urban environments
SS Metcalf, ME Northridge, MJ Widener, B Chakraborty, SE Marshall, ...
Health Education & Behavior 40 (1_suppl), 63S-73S, 2013
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