Michael J Widener
Michael J Widener
Associate Professor/Canada Research Chair Tier 2, 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
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
When are food deserts? Integrating time into research on food accessibility
MJ Widener, J Shannon
Health & place 30, 1-3, 2014
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 (3), 1619-1634, 2011
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
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
Spatial access to food: Retiring the food desert metaphor
MJ Widener
Physiology & behavior 193, 257-260, 2018
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 (5), 733-745, 2012
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
Simulating the effects of social networks on a population’s hurricane evacuation participation
MJ Widener, MW Horner, SS Metcalf
Journal of geographical systems 15 (2), 193-209, 2013
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
Comparing measures of accessibility to urban supermarkets for transit and auto users
MJ Widener
The Professional Geographer 69 (3), 362-371, 2017
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
An examination of the jobs-housing balance of different categories of workers across 26 metropolitan regions
D Schleith, M Widener, C Kim
Journal of Transport Geography 57, 145-160, 2016
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
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