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Department of Geography

Dr. Stacey Brown

Ph.D. Oklahoma State University, 2011

Associate Professor - Medical geography, urban geography, human geography, Geographic Information Systems, quantitative methods

Alumni Hall 1412



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Selected Publications:

Brown, S. R., Stechnach, S. (2015). Emergency Department Usage in St. Clair County, Illinois. Papers in Applied Geography, 1(4), 356-364.

Brown, S. R., Comer, J. C., Wikle, T. A. (2015). The Locations of Temporary Shelters after Hurricane Katrina. In Graham Tobin and Burrell Montz (Ed.), Evolving Approaches to Understanding Natural Hazards (vol. 1, pp. Chapter 36). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Comer, J. C., Graham, A. K., Brown, S. R. (2013). Relating Transportation Quality Indicators to Economic Conditions in the South-Central U.S. In Mehdi Koshrow-Pour (Ed.), Geographic Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications (pp. 1864-1882). IGI Global.

Brown, S.R. and J.C. Comer. 2013. Food Deserts in the Southwest: A Case Study of Oklahoma City. The Southwestern Geographer, 16: 10-25.

Brown, S.R. 2013. The Price is Right? Food Availability and Affordability in Oklahoma City, OK, USA. Papers in Applied Geography, 36: 256-263.

Brown, S. R. 2012. Measuring Physician Accessibility in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences, 35, 163-172.

Brown, S.R. J.C. Comer, and T.A. Wikle. 2007. The Locations of Temporary Shelters After Hurricane Katrina. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences, 30: 298-306.

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