Environmental, Geographic, and Geological Sciences

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Juliana Maantay

Publications

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  • Maantay, J.A., 2013. The Collapse of Place: Derelect Land, Deprivation, and Health Inequality in Glasgow, Scotland. Cities and the Environment, 6(1): Article 10 (55 pages).
  • Viola, D., Arno, P., Maroko, A., Schechter, C., Sohler, N., Maantay, J.A., 2013. Overweight and obesity: Can we reconcile evidence about supermarkets and fast food retailers for Public Health Policy? in the Journal of Public Health Policy, (15 pages).
  • Maantay, J.A., Becker, S., 2012. The Health Impacts of Global Climate Change: A Geographic Perspective, Journal of Applied Geography, Vol. 33: 1-4.
  • Maantay, J.A., Becker, S., eds., 2012. The Health Impacts of Global Climate Change: A Geographic Perspective, Special Issue of the Journal of Applied Geography, Vol. 33: 1-106.
  • Ottmann, M., Maantay, J.A., Grady, K., and Fonte, N., 2012. Characterization of Urban Agricultural Practices and Gardeners' Perceptions in Bronx Community Gardens, New York City. Cities and the Environment, 5(1): Article 13 (27 pages).
  • Maantay, J.A., 2012. Derelict Land, Deprivation, and Health Inequality in Glasgow, Scotland: The Collapse of Place, Mackintosh School of Architecture, Glasgow Urban Lab Working paper (36 pages). Published on-line at http://www.gsa.ac.uk/research/research-centres/glasgow-urban-lab/.
  • Chakraborty, J., Maantay, J.A., and Brender, J., 2011. Disproportionate Proximity to Environmental Hazards: Methods, Models, and Measurement. American Journal of Public Health, Vol. 101 (S1): S27-S36.
  • Brender, J. and Maantay, J.A., and Chakraborty, J., 2011.  Residential Proximity to Environmental Hazards and Adverse Health Outcomes.  American Journal of Public Health, Vol. 101 (S1): S37-S52.
  • Miyake, K., Maroko, A.R., Maantay, J.A., Grady, K., Arno, P., 2010. Not Just A Walk in the Park: methodological improvements for determining environmental justice implications of park access in NYCCities and the Environment, 3(1): article 8 (17 pages).
  • Weiss, R., Maantay, J.A., Fahs, M., 2010. Promoting Active Urban Aging: A Measurement Approach to Neighborhood Walkability for Older Adults. Cities and the Environment, 3(1): article 12 (17 pages).
  • Maantay, J.A., Ottmann, M., Grady, K., 2010.Urban Agriculture, Green Infrastructure, and Urban Ecology: A Case Study of the South Bronx, NYC.  Cities and the Environment, 3(1): article 20. 
  • Maantay, J. A., Maroko, A.R., 2009.  Asthma and air pollution in the Bronx: Using the Cadastral-based Expert Dasymetric System (CEDS) to improve population mapping and understanding the spatiality of disease in urban areasJournal of Urban Health (Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine), 86(3): 353-354.
  • Maantay, J.A., Tu, J., Maroko, A., 2009.  Loose-coupling an Air Dispersion Model and a Geographic Information System (GIS) for Studying Air Pollution and Asthma in the Bronx, New York City. International Journal of Environmental Health Research, 19(1):59-79.
  • Maroko, A.R., Maantay, J.A., Sohler, N.L., Grady, K., Arno, P., 2009. The complexities of measuring access to parks and physical activity sites in New York City: a quantitative and qualitative approach.  International Journal of Health Geographics, 8(34):1-23.
  • Bernstein, S.L., Cabral, L., Maantay, J.A., Peprah, D., Lounsbury, D., Maroko, A.R., Murphy, M., Shelley, D., 2009.  Disparities in Access to Nicotine Replacement Products in New York City Pharmacies. American Journal of Public Health, 99 (9):1699-1704.
  • Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R., 2008.  Mapping urban risk: Flood hazards, race, & environmental justice in New York.  Applied Geography, 29 (1):111-124.
  • Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R., Porter-Morgan, H., 2008.  A New Method for Population Mapping and Understanding the Spatial Dynamics of Disease in Urban Areas. Urban Geography, 29(7):724-738.
  • Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R., and Herrmann, C., 2007.  Mapping Population Distribution in the Urban Environment: The  Cadastral-based Expert Dasymetric System (CEDS). Cartography and Geographic Information Science, 34(2):77-102.  Special issue: Cartography 2007: Reflections, Status, and Prediction.
  • Maantay, J.A., 2007.  Asthma and Air Pollution in the Bronx: Methodological and Data Considerations in Using GIS for Environmental Justice and Health Research.  Health and Place, 13:32-56.  Special issue: Linking Population Health, Critical Theory, and Geographical Information Science.
  • Clarke, M., and Maantay, J.A., 2006.  Optimizing Recycling in all of New York City’s Neighborhoods: Using GIS to Develop the REAP Index for Improved Recycling Education, Awareness, and Participation.  Resources, Conservation, and Recycling, 46(2):128-148.     
  • Maantay, J.A., and Strelnick, H., 2003.  Mapping Asthma Hot Spots: The Geography of Asthma and Air Pollution in the BronxJournal of Urban Health, Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 80 (Supp. 2):11. 
  • Maantay, J.A., 2002.  Industrial Zoning Changes in New York City and Environmental Justice: A Case Study in “Expulsive” Zoning.  Projections: the Planning Journal of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), pp. 63-108.  Special issue: Planning for Environmental Justice
  • Maantay, J.A, 2002.  Zoning Law, Health, and Environmental Justice: What’s the ConnectionJournal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics, pp. 572-593.  Special issue: Health, Law, and Human Rights.
  • Maantay, J.A., 2002.  Mapping Environmental Injustices: Pitfalls and Potential of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Assessing Environmental Health and Equity.  Environmental Health Perspectives, 110, Supp. 2:161-171.  Special issue: Advancing Environmental Justice Through Community-Based Participatory Planning
  • Maantay, J.A., 2001.  Zoning, Equity, and Public Health.  American Journal of Public Health, 91(7):1033–1041. 

Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters

  • Chakraborty, J., and Maantay, J.A., 2011. Proximity Analysis for Exposure Assessment in Environmental Health Justice Research.  in Maantay, J.A., and McLafferty, S., eds., Geospatial Analysis for Environmental Health, volume in series “Geotechnologies and the Environment” Springer-Verlag, pp. 111-138.
  • Maantay, J.A., McLafferty, S., 2011. Environmental Health and Geospatial Analysis: An Overview.  in Maantay, J.A., and McLafferty, S., eds., Geospatial Analysis for Environmental Health, volume in series “Geotechnologies and the Environment” Springer-Verlag, pp. 3-37.
  • Maroko, A.R., Maantay, J.A., and Grady, K., 2011.  Using Geovisualization and Geostatistics to Explore Respiratory Disease and Environmental Health Justice in New York City, in Maantay, J.A., and McLafferty, S., eds., Geospatial Analysis for Environmental Health, volume in series “Geotechnologies and the Environment” Springer-Verlag, pp. 39-66.
  • Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R., and Culp, G., 2009.  Using Geographic Information Science to Estimate Vulnerable Urban Populations for Flood Hazard and Risk Assessment in New York City, in Showalter, P., and Lu, Y. eds., Geotechnical Contributions to Urban Hazard and Disaster Analysis, Chapter 5, pp. 71-97, Springer-Verlag.
  • Maantay, J. A., and Strelnick, A. H., 2009.  Geographic Information Systems, Environmental Justice, and Health Disparities:  The Need for An Interdisciplinary Approach to Study Asthma and Air Pollution in the Bronx, New York, in Freudenberg, N., Saegert, S., and Klitzman, S., eds., Urban Health and Society: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Research and Practice, Chapter 5, pp. 93-126.  Jossey Bass.
  • Maantay, J.A., 2004.  The Geography of Environmental Injustice, in Janelle, D., Warf, B., and Hansen, K., eds. WorldMinds: Geographical Perspectives on 100 Problems. Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Association of American Geographers, 1904 – 2004.  Kluwer Academic Press: Dordrecht, NL. pp. 163-169. 
  • Maantay, J.A., 2003.  Zoning, Equity, and Public Health, in R. Hofrichter, ed., Health and Social Justice: A Reader on Politics, Ideology and Inequity in the Distribution of Disease, JosseyBass/John Wiley & Sons, pp. 228–250.

Books/Monograph

Mock-up of book cover design for "Geospatial Analysis of Environmental Health".

  • Maantay, J.A., and McLafferty, S., eds., 2011. Geospatial Analysis of Environmental Health, volume in series “Geotechnologies and the Environment,” Springer-Verlag.  500+ pages
  • Maantay, J.A., Chakraborty, J., and Brender, J. 2010.  Proximity to Environmental Hazards: Environmental Justice and Adverse Health Outcomes, commissioned by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and presented at the EPA’s Symposium “Strengthening Environmental Justice Research and Decision Making: A Symposium on the Science of Disproportionate Environmental Health Impacts.” 165 pages.
  • Maantay, J.A. & Ziegler, J., 2006.  Geographic Information Systems for the Urban Environment, Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) Press, Redlands, CA.  620 page textbook and case study compendium, with CD-ROM containing data and computer mapping and spatial analysis lab exercises.  Authorship of 75% of book.   (GIS for the Urban Environment was reviewed in Planning Practice and Research, 22(1):111-112, February, 2007, by B. Parmenter;  Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 74(1):15-16, January, 2008, by Z. Nedovic-Budic; and by William Huxhold in the Journal of the American Planning Association, 74(2):255, 2008).

Book Reviews

  • Maantay, J.A., 2011.  Book Review of “Spatial and Environmental Injustice in an American Metropolis: A Study of Tampa Bay, Florida, by Jayajit Chakraborty and M. Martin Bosman, editors, 2010, Cambria Press, Amherst NY.  Professional Geographer 63(3):406-408.
  • Maantay, J.A., 2006.  Book Review of “Street Science: Community Knowledge and Environmental Health Justice” by Jason Corburn, 2005, The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Press, for the Journal of the American Planning Association, 72(3):379-380.
  • Maantay, J.A., 2007.  Book Review of “Power, Justice, and the Environment: A Critical Appraisal of the Environmental Justice Movement,” edited by David Nagub Pellow and Robert J. Brulle, 2005, MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, for Urban Geography, 27(2):198-200.
  • Maantay, J.A, 2007.  Book Review of “Noxious New York: The Racial Politics of Urban Health and Environmental Justice,” by Julie Sze, 2007, MIT Press, for Urban Affairs Review, 43(5):733-735.

Technical Reports and Misc.Publications (Partial List)

  • Maantay, J.A., 2012. Housing Makes the City, in Hooper, A., and Alexander, I., eds. From Dining Table to the Public Green, Mackintosh School of Architecture, Stage Four Studio Book.
  • Maantay, J.A., 2010.Cadastral SystemsEncyclopedia of Geography, Warf, B., ed.  Sage Reference Publications.  9 pages. 
  • Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R., Herrmann, C., 2007, Perfecting the Denominator: Developing a Cadastral-based Expert Dasymetric System (CEDS) in New York CityThe U.S. National Report of the International Cartographic Association.
  • Maantay, J.A., Saborio, J.C., Stanberry, D., and Porter-Morgan, H., 2004.  Mapping Asthma Hot Spots: The Geography of Asthma and Air Pollution in the Bronx, New York City.  In Research and Education Advancements in Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences.  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA-CREST Publications Series, #02-2004, Khanbilvardi, R., and Merchant, S., eds.  
  • Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R., Porter-Morgan, H., Ramsay, B., 2004.  Predicting West Nile Virus Risk in New York State by Characterizing the Optimal Breeding Habitat of Four Mosquito Vectors.  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA-CREST Publications Series, #04-2004.

Conference Proceedings (Partial List):

  • Maroko, A.R., Maantay, J.A., Grady, G., 2011. Using Geovisualization and Geospatial Analysis to Explore Respiratory Disease and Environmental Health Justice in New York City. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, April 12-17, 2011.

  • Grady, K., and Maantay, J.A., 2011. Mapping Food Deserts in the Bronx, New York: Creating a Spatial Index Model Using GIScAssociation of American Geographers Annual Meeting AAG, Seattle, WA, April 12-17, 2011.

  • Maantay, J.A. and Maroko, A.R., 2011. NOAA-CREST Symposium, Hampton University, April 26-29, 2011.  New Methods to Assess the Health Impacts of Air Pollution.

  • Gangadeen, D., and Maantay.J.A., 2011. NOAA-CREST Symposium, Hampton University, April 26-29, 2011. Mapping the mobilization of hazardous chemicals due to flooding from sea level rise and its potential health impacts in New York City and San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  • Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R., Strelnick, A.H., Feinberg, M., 2010.  Geographic Information Systems, Environmental Justice, and Health Disparities: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Adverse Health Outcomes and Pollution in the Bronx, New YorkProceedings of the NIEHS Environmental Justice Conference, Research Triangle Park, NC, April, 2010
  • Maantay, J.A., and Chakraborty, J., 2010. Proximity to Environmental Hazards and Disproportionate Environmental Health Impacts. Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, April, 2010, Washington, DC.
  • Maroko, A.R., and Maantay, J.A., 2010. Cardiovascular disease, exposure to fine particulate matter, and environmental health justice in New York City.  Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, April, 2010, Washington, DC.
  • Maantay, J.A., and Maroko, A.R., 2009. The Cadastral-based Expert Dasymetric System (CEDS) for Mapping Population Distribution and Vulnerability in New York City. Proceedings of the IUSSP International Population Science Conference, Marrakech, Morocco, 2009. 
  • Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R., Grady, K., and Sohler, N., 2009.  The Relationship between Park Accessibility and Socio-Demographic factors in NYC. Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, 2009, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Maroko, A.R., and Maantay, J.A., 2009.  Local Point-Sources of Air Pollution and Environmental Health Justice in NYC.  Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, 2009.
  • Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R., 2008. Dasymetric Mapping of Urban Population to Analyze Flood Hazard and Environmental Justice in New York CityProceedings of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, 2008, Boston, MA.
  • Maantay, J.A., Tu, J., Maroko, A.R., 2008. Loose-coupling an air dispersion model and a geographic information system (GIS) for studying air pollution and asthma in the Bronx, New York City. Proceedings of NOAA-CREST Symposium, 2008.
  • Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R., 2008. Mapping Population Distribution in the Urban Environment for Asthma and Air Pollution Research: The Cadastral-based Expert Dasymetric System (CEDS).  Proceedings of NOAA-CREST Symposium, 2008.
  • Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R., 2008.  Asthma and air pollution in the Bronx: Using the Cadastral-based Expert Dasymetric System (CEDS) to improve population mapping and understanding the spatiality of disease in urban areas.  Proceedings of the International Conference on Urban Health, Vancouver, BC, 2008. 
  • Maantay, J.A., Maroko, A.R., Herrmann, C., 2007.  Perfecting the Denominator: Developing a Cadastral-based Expert Dasymetric System (CEDS) in New York CityProceedings of the International Cartographic Association Conference, Moscow, Russia, 2007
  • Maantay, J.A., 2007.  The Geography of Asthma and Air Pollution in the Bronx: Using GIS for Environmental Health Justice Research.  Proceedings of the New York Academy of Sciences
  • Maantay, J.A., and Maroko, A.R., 2007. Perfecting the Denominator: Developing a Cadastral-based Expert Dasymetric System (CEDS) in New York City, Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers, 2007 Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, pp. 402.
  • Maantay, J.A., 2006. Asthma and Air Pollution in the Bronx, New York City: Using GIS for Health Disparities and Environmental Justice Research, Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers 2006 Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL,  pp. 322
  • Maantay, J.A., 2005. Expulsive Zoning in New York City: The Environmental Justice Implications of Gentrification and Intensification of Industrial Zones, Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers 2005 Annual Meeting, Denver, CO, pp. 271.
  • Maantay, J.A., Clarke, M., 2004.  Recycling and Demographics in New York City, Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers 2004 Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, pp. 117.

Invited Conference Presentations (Partial List):

  • Maantay, J.A., International Association People-Environment Studies (IAPS) Conference (Strathclyde University, Glasgow, Scotland), June 24-29, 2012. Mapping Environmental Health Justice in Glasgow and New York;
  • Maantay, J.A., Heads of Planning Scotland - Annual Conference (The Lighthouse, Glasgow), June 15, 2012. Links between environmental factors and health in Glasgow: A Spatial Analysis;
  • Maantay, J.A., Symposium, Institute of Hazard, Risk, and Resilience, University of Durham, U.K., May 2, 2012. Analyzing Environmental Health Justice and Vulnerability: Current Research and Future Directions;
  • Maantay, J.A., and Chakraborty, J., Methods, Models, and Measurements of Exposure to Environmental Hazards: An Environmental Health Justice Critique. International Medical Geography Symposium, University of Durham, U.K., July 10-15, 2011;
  • International Conference on Urban Health, New York Academy of Medicine, NY, NY.  October 26-30, 2010.  Geographic Information Systems, Environmental Justice, and Health Disparities: An Interdisciplinary Approach to Adverse Health Outcomes and Pollution in the Bronx, NY;
  • Race, Ethnicity and Place V Conference, SUNY/Binghamton, NY, October 6-9, 2010.  The Geography of Asthma and Air Pollution in the Bronx: Proximity to Environmental Hazards, Adverse Health Outcomes, and Environmental Health Justice;
  • Environmental Protection Agency’s “Strengthening Environmental Justice Research and Decision Making: A Symposium on the Science of Disproportionate Environmental Health Impacts” March, 2010, Washington DC, 2010.  Proximity to Environmental Hazards: Environmental Justice and Adverse Health Impacts.
  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Environmental Justice Advisory Council (NEJAC), Atlanta, GA, October 20-25, 2008.  Environmental Justice Strategic Enforcement Assessment Tool (EJ SEAT) in New York City;
  • Nature, Ecology, and Society Colloquium, Scales of Environmental Justice, CUNY Graduate Center, March 7, 2008.  Environmental Justice Issues in New York City: Research from the Urban GISc lab, Lehman College, 1998 – 2008;
  • NOAA-CREST Symposium, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez, February 20-22, 2008.  Mapping Population Distribution in the Urban Environment for Asthma and Air Pollution Research: The Cadastral-based Expert Dasymetric System (CEDS);
  • National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Boston, MA.  December 11, 2007.  Loose-coupling an air dispersion model and a geographic information system (GIS) for studying air pollution and asthma in the Bronx, New York City;
  • Greater New York Hospital Association-United Hospital Fund, 18th Annual Symposium on Health Care in New York: Research and Practice, October 17, 2007, Using Geographic Information Systems for Program Planning and Research;
  • American Planning Association, Planning a More Livable New York conference, October 12, 2007.  GIS and Visualization Technologies in the Planning Process;
  • New York Academy of Sciences, Environmental Sciences and Atmospheric Sciences Sections, co-sponsors, January 23, 2007:  The Geography of Asthma and Air Pollution in the Bronx: Using Geographic Information Science for Environmental Health Justice Research;
  • United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Health Disparities Technical Workshop, May 24-25, Ann Arbor MI.   Health Disparities and Environmental Justice: A GISc Approach;
  • AAG Annual Meeting – “Environmental Justice and the City” paper session, April 5-9, 2005, Denver, CO.  Expulsive Zoning in New York City: The Environmental Justice Implications of Gentrification and Intensification of Industrial Zones;
  • University of British Columbia, Peter Wall Institute for Advanced Studies.  “From Theory to Method and Back Again: Linking Environmental Justice, Population Health, and Geographical Information Science.” October 30, 2003.  Environmental Justice and Health: Using GIS and Statistics to Model Environmental Phenomena and Health Inequities;
  • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) - Workshop on Innovative Technologies for Remote Collection of Data for the National Children’s Study, May 12 –14, 2003, Boston, MA.  Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Environmental Health Research;
  • Joint Symposium for Climate Studies: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and National Aeronautical and Space Administration (NASA), January 8-12, 2003.  University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez.  Mapping Air Pollution and Asthma in the Bronx, New York City;
  • National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences - “Research and Applications of GIS at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development,” April, 2002, Washington, DC.  Mapping Environmental Justice: Using GIS to Assess Environmental Health and Equity;
  • Health, Law, and Human Rights: Making the Connections,” The American Society of Law, Medicine, and Ethics; the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine; the Temple University School of Law; the Harvard School of Medicine, and the staff at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, September, 2001, Philadelphia, PA.  Zoning Law and Public Health at Plenary Session;
  • “Healthy and Sustainable Communities: Building Model Partnerships for the 21st Century” Conference, Clark Atlanta University, March 1997, Atlanta, GA.  Urban Air Pollution, Respiratory Disease, and Environmental Justice: Making the Links in the South Bronx at Plenary Session;
  • United Nations Habitat II Conference, June 1996, Istanbul, Turkey.  Methods for Achieving Equity Forum: Bringing Mapping (and Power!) to the People: Using ‘Counter-Mapping’ to Assess, Analyze, Challenge, and Change Environmental, Social, and Health Conditions in the Bronx, New York City.  I was a delegate of the National Council of Churches.

Theses:

  • Maantay, J.A.,  Industrial Zoning Changes and Environmental Justice in New York City: An Historical, Geographical, and Cultural Analysis, Ph.D. dissertation, Rutgers University, 2000.
  • Maantay, J.A.,  Regional Benefits Versus Local Burdens: Conflicts Over Land Use, Zoning, and Noxious Facility Siting in New York City, M. Phil. degree paper, Rutgers University, 1999.
  • Maantay, J.A.,  Water Rights and Water Development: The Impact of 19th Century Federal Policies and Common Law on Settlement Patterns, Resource Distribution, Environmental Conditions, and Landscape Form in the Western United States.  M.A. degree paper, Hunter College, City University of New York, 1995.
  • Maantay, J.A., 19th Century Working-class Housing and the Evolution of the Tenement Form: Ward 7, New York City. M.U.P. degree paper, New York University, 1992. (available in the library collection of the Tenement Museum, NYC).

 

 

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