I assess different community food environments and networks, focusing on the concepts of “food desert” and “food swamp.” In specific, I correlate community food accessibility/availability with socio-economic status.
Following are some of my peer-reviewed journal articles:
- Wang, H., Tao, L., Qiu, F., Lu, W., 2016. The role of socio-economic status and spatial effects on fresh food access: Two case studies in Canada. Applied Geography, 67: 27–38. (link)