John R. Weeks, M. Saad Gadalla, Tarek Rashed, James Stanforth, and Allan G. Hill. Spatial Variability in Fertility in Menoufia, Egypt, Assessed Through the Application of Remote-Sensing and GIS Technologies. Environment and Planning A, 32(4): 695-714, 2000
Tarek Rashed, John R. Weeks, M. Saad Gadalla, and Allan G. Hill.Revealing the Anatomy of Cities through Spectral Mixture Analysis of Multispectral Satellite Imagery: A Case Study of the Greater Cairo, Egypt. Geocarto International, 16(4): 5-16, 2001.
Tarek Rashed, John R. Weeks, Douglas A. Stow, and Debbie Fugate. Measuring Temporal Compositions of Urban Morphology through Spectral Mixture Analysis: Toward a Soft Approach to Change Analysis in Crowded Cities. In the Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Urban Areas, Istanbul, Turkey (11-13 June, 2002), V2, pp. 512-527.
Tarek Rashed, John R. Weeks, Dar Roberts, John Rogan and Rebecca Powell. Measuring the Physical Composition of Urban Morphology using Multiple Endmember Spectral Mixture Models. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, 69(9): 1011-1020, 2003.
John R. Weeks. Estimating the Muslim Population in the United States Using Census 2000 Data. ESPACE-POPULATION-SOCIETES, 2003-1:89-101, 2003.
Tarek Rashed and John R. Weeks. Assessing Vulnerability to Earthquake Hazards Through Spatial Multicriteria Analysis of Urban Areas. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 17(6): 549-578, 2003.
Tarek Rashed and John R. Weeks. Exploring the Spatial Association Between Measures from Satellite Imagery and Patterns of Urban Vulnerability to Earthquake Hazards. in International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences (CD-ROM), Regensburg, Germany, June 27-29, 2003, Vol XXXIV-7/W9: 144-152.
John R. Weeks The Role of Spatial Analysis in Demographic Research. Spatially Integrated Social Science: Examples in Best Practice. Michael F. Goodchild and Donald G. Janelle (eds.), New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.
John R. Weeks, Arthur Getis, Allan G. Hill, M. Saad Gadalla and Tarek Rashed. The Fertility Transition in Egypt: Intra-Urban Patterns in Cairo. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 94(1): 74-93, 2004.
John R. Weeks. Using Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems to Identify the Underlying Properties of Urban Environments. Chapter 17 in Tony Champion and Graeme Hugo, Editors, New Forms of Urbanization: Beyond the Urban-Rural Dichotomy. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate Publishing Co. (A Publication of the International Union for the Scientific Study of Population), 2004.
John R. Weeks, Dennis Larson, and Debbie Fugate. Patterns of Land Use as Assessed by Satellite Imagery: An Application to Cairo, Egypt. In Barbara Entwisle, Ronald Rindfuss, and Paul Stern, Editors, Population, Land Use, Environment: Research Directions. Washington, DC: National Academy Press, 2005.
John R. Weeks, Allan G. Hill, Arthur Getis, and Douglas A. Stow. Ethnic Residential Patterns as Predictors of Intra-Urban Child Mortality Inequality in Accra, Ghana. Urban Geography, 27(6): 526-548, 2006.
Jared Alstadt and Arthur Getis. Using AMOEBA to Create a Spatial Weights Matrix and Identify Spatial Clusters. Geographic analysis, 38:327-334, 2006.
Gregory B. Weeks, John R. Weeks, and Amy J. Weeks. Latino Immigration in the U.S. South: "Carolatinos" and Public Policy in Charlotte, North Carolina. Latino(a) Research Review, 6(1-2): 2006-2007.
John R. Weeks, Allan G. Hill, Douglas A. Stow, Arthur Getis, and Debbie Fugate. Can We Spot a Neighborhood From the Ground? Defining Neighborhood Structure in Accra, Ghana. GeoJournal, 69(1-2): 9-22, 2007.
Tarek Rashed, John R. Weeks, Helen Coulclelis, and Martin Herold. An Integrative Remote Sensing Model for Place-Based Urban Vulnerability Analysis. Chapter 9 in Victor Mesev, Editor, The Integration of RS and GIS. New York: John Wiley & Son, 2007.
Douglas A. Stow, Anna Carla Lopez, Christopher Lippitt, Sarah Hinton, and John R. Weeks. Object-based classification of residential land use within Accra, Ghana based on QuickBird satellite data. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 28(22): 5167-5173, 2007.
Justin Stoler, John R. Weeks, Arthur Getis, and Allan G. Hill. Distance Threshold for the Effect of Urban Agriculture on Elevated Self-reported Malaria Prevalence in Accra, Ghana. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 80(4): 547-554, 2009.
John R. Weeks, Arthur Getis, Allan G. Hill, Samuel Agyei-Mensah, and David Rain. Neighborhoods and Fertility in Accra, Ghana: An AMOEBA-based Approach. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 100(3): 558-578, 2010. [PMC- in process]
Douglas Stow, Christopher Lippit, and John R. Weeks. Delineation of Neighborhoods of Accra, Ghana Based on QuickBird Satellite Data. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 76(8): 907-914, 2010. PMCID: PMC2916229
John R. Weeks. Defining Urban Areas. Chapter 3 in Remote Sensing of Urban and Suburban Areas. Tarek Rashed and Carston Juergens (eds.), New York: Kluwer Press, 2010.
Juan C. Duque, Luc Anselin, and Sergio J. Rey. The Max-P-Regions Problem, 2010. Accepted by Journal of Regional Science.
John R. Weeks. Spatial Patterns of Fertility Change in Rural Egypt. Chapter 17 in Luc Anselin and Serge Rey, Editors, Perspectives on Spatial Data Analysis. New York: Springer Publishing Co., 2010
David Rain, Ryan Engstrom, Christianna Ludlow, and Sarah Antos. Accra, Ghana: A City Vulnerable to Flooding and Drough-Inducted Migration. Background paper for Chapter 4 in UN-Habitat, Cities and Climate Change: Global Report on Human Settlements, 2011.
John R. Weeks, Justin Stoler, and Piotr Jankowski. Who's Crossing the Border: New Data on Undocumented Immigrants to the United States. Population, Space and Place, 17(1): 1-26, 2011.
WHSA-II Writing Team. Women's Health Study of Accra, Wave II (2008-2009). Technical Publication No. 91. Legon, Accra: Isser Technical Publication Series, 2011.
Marta M. Jankowska, John R. Weeks, and Ryan Engstrom Do the Most Vulnerable People Live in the Worst Slums? A Spatial Analysis of Accra, Ghana. Annals of GIS 17(4): 221-235, 2011.
Duque,Juan C., Jared Aldstadt, Ermilson Velasquez, Jose L. Franco, Alejandro Betancourt. A computationally efficient method for delineating irregularly shaped spatial clusters. Journal of Geographic Systems. 13(4): 355-372, 2011
Yu Hsin Tsai, Douglas Stow and John Weeks. Comparison of Object-Based Image Analysis Approaches to Mapping New Buildings in Accra, Ghana Using Multi-Temporal QuickBird Satellite Imagery. Remote Sensing. 12(3): 2707-2726, 2011
Justin Stoler, Günther Fink, John R. Weeks, Richard Appiah Otoo, Joseph A. Ampofo, Allan G. Hill. When urban taps run dry: Sachet water consumption and health effects in low income neighborhoods of Accra, Ghana. Health & Place, 18(2): 250-262, 2012.
Christopher Lippit, Lloyd Coulter, Mary Freeman, Jeffrey LaMantia-Bishop, Wyson Pang, and Douglas Stow. The Effect of Input Data Transformations on Object Based Image Classification. Remote Sensing Letters, 3(1): 21-29, 2012.
Douglas A. Stow, Sory I. Toure, Christopher D. Lippitt, Caitlin L. Lippitt, and Chung-rui Lee. Frequency distribution signatures and classification of within-object pixels. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 15(1): 49-56, 2012.
Justin Stoler, Dean Daniels, John R. Weeks, Douglas A. Stow, Lloyd L. Coulter, and Brian Karl Finch. Assessing the Utility of Satellite Imagery with Differing Spatial Resolutions for Deriving Proxy Measures of Slum Presence in Accra, Ghana. GIScience & Remote Sensing, 49(1): 31-52, 2012.
John R. Weeks, Arthur Getis, Douglas A. Stow, Allan G. Hill, David Rain, Ryan Engstrom, Justin Stoler, Christopher Lippitt Marta Jankowska, Anna Carla Lopez- Carr, Lloyd Coulter, & Caetlin Ofiesh. Connecting the Dots Between Health, Poverty and Place in Accra, Ghana. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102(5): 932-941, 2012.
Rudolph Darko & Allan G. Hill. The Health of Adult Women in Accra. Ghana Medical Journal 46(2): 49, 2012.
Rudolph Darko, Richard M. Adanu, Rosemary B. Duda, Nedialka Douptcheva, & Allan G. Hill. The Health of Adult Women in Accra, Ghana: Self-Reporting and Objctive Assessments 2008-2009. Ghana Medical Journal 46(2): 50-57, 2012.
Richard M. Adanu, Joseph Seffah, John K. Anarfi, Naomi Lince and Kelly Blanchard. Sexual and Reproductive Health in Accra, Ghana. Ghana Medical Journal 46(2): 58-65, 2012.
Rachel M. Benkeser, Richard. Biritwum & Allan G. Hill. Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity and Perception of Healthy and Desirable Body Size in Urban, Ghanain Women. Ghana Medical Journal 46(2): 66-75, 2012.
Nathan J. Blanchet, Günther Fink, & Isaac Osei-Akoto . The Effect of Ghana's National Health Insurance Scheme on Health Care Utilisation. Ghana Medical Journal 46(2): 75-84, 2012.
Catherine Donovan, Banafsheh Siadat, & James Frimpong. Seasonal and Socio-Economic Variations in Clinicaland Self-Reported Malaria in Accra, Ghana: Evidence from Facility Data and a Community Survey. Ghana Medical Journal 46(2): 85-94, 2012.
Victoria de Menil, Akwasi Osei, Nedialka Douptcheva, Allan G. Hill, Peter Yaro and Ama de-Graft Aikins. Symptoms of Common Mental Disorders and Their Correlates Among Women in Accra, Ghana: A Population Based Survey. Ghana Medical Journal 46(2): 95-103, 2012.
Günther Fink, Raphael Arku, & Livia Montana. The Health of the Poor: Women Living in Informal Settlements. Ghana Medical Journal 46(2): 104-112, 2012.
Justin Stoler, John R. Weeks & Günther Fink. Sachet drinking water in Ghana's Accra-Tema metropolitan area: past, present, and future. Journal of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene for Development 2(4): 223-240, 2012.
Günther Fink, John R. Weeks, & Allan G. Hill. Income and Health in Accra, Ghana: Results from a Time Use and Health Study. The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 87(4): 608-615, 2012.
Gregory M. Verutes, Magdalena B. Fiocco, John R. Weeks, & Lloyd L. Coulter. Health, poverty, and place in Accra, Ghana: mapping neighborhoods. Journal of Maps tbd(tbd): 1-5, 2012. (click here for additional maps)
Douglas A. Stow, John R. Weeks, Sory Toure, Lloyd L. Coulter, Christopher D. Lippitt, & Eric Ashcroft. Urban Vegetation Cover and Vegetation Change in Accra, Ghana: Connection to Housing Quality.The Professional Geographer tbd(tbd): 1-15, 2012.
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