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Place, Space, and Racially Unequal Exposures to Pollution at Home and Work
Research on racial inequalities in exposure to industrial pollution in U.S. metropolitan areas typically focuses on places of residence, ignoring the fact that most people work and commute to otherExpand
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Disasters, local organizations, and poverty in the USA, 1998 to 2015
Disaster research has drawn attention to how natural hazards transform local organizational dynamics and social inequalities. It has yet to examine how these processes unfold together over time. WeExpand
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A spirit of urban capitalism: market cities, people cities, and cultural justifications
ABSTRACT Diverse urban theories discuss how economic processes shape conceptions of a city, but less research focuses on how pragmatic situations of urban life contribute to the characterisation ofExpand
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A Polluting Creed: Religion and Environmental Inequality in the United States
Research on religion and the environment primarily focuses how religion shapes environmental attitudes, but this leaves aside how this connection links to observable levels of pollution. This articleExpand
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Book review: What Is Critical Environmental Justice?
Combined 1H MRI, PET and Multinuclear MRS hybrid imaging system
In this abstract we describe a novel method of combining three imaging modalities: 1H Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), Positron Emission Tomography (PET), and multinuclear magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS) in one system dedicated for true molecular imaging. Expand