Junghwan Kim
Junghwan Kim
Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, Virginia Tech
Verified email at - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on people's mobility: A longitudinal study of the US from March to September of 2020
J Kim, MP Kwan
Journal of Transport Geography, 103039, 2021
An examination of people’s privacy concerns, perceptions of social benefits, and acceptance of COVID-19 mitigation measures that harness location information: A comparative …
J Kim, MP Kwan
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 10 (1), 25, 2021
More than travel time: New accessibility index capturing the connectivity of transit services
J Kim, B Lee
Journal of Transport Geography 78, 8-18, 2019
How Neighborhood Effect Averaging Might Affect Assessment of Individual Exposures to Air Pollution: A Study of Ozone Exposures in Los Angeles
J Kim, MP Kwan
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 111 (1), 121-140, 2021
Beyond commuting: Ignoring individuals’ activity-travel patterns may lead to inaccurate assessments of their exposure to traffic congestion
J Kim, MP Kwan
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (1), 89, 2019
Assessment of Sociodemographic Disparities in Environmental Exposure Might be Erroneous due to Neighborhood Effect Averaging: Implications for Environmental Inequality Research
J Kim, MP Kwan
Environmental Research 195, 110519, 2021
How do people perceive the disclosure risk of maps? Examining the perceived disclosure risk of maps and its implications for geoprivacy protection
J Kim, MP Kwan, MC Levenstein, DB Richardson
Cartography and Geographic Information Science 48 (1), 2-20, 2021
An examination of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) accessibility and opportunity in urban informal settlements during the COVID-19 pandemic: Evidence from Nairobi, Kenya
J Kim, E Hagen, Z Muindi, M Gaston, M Laituri
Science of the Total Environment, 2022
Examining second-order impacts of COVID-19 in urban areas
M Laituri, R Richardson, J Kim, L Cline, S Viscuso, L Schwartz
Annals of GIS 28 (4), 2022
How Culture and Sociopolitical Tensions Might Influence People’s Acceptance of COVID-19 Control Measures That Use Individual-Level Georeferenced Data
J Huang, MP Kwan, J Kim
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 10 (7), 2021
The Disparity in Transit Travel Time between Koreans and Japanese in 1930s Colonial Seoul
Y Kim, J Lee, J Kim, N Nakajima
Findings, 2021
Evaluating the accessibility benefits of the new BRT system during the COVID-19 pandemic in Winnipeg, Canada
SS Singh, R Javanmard, J Lee, J Kim, E Diab
Journal of Urban Mobility, 2022
The impacts of the modifiable areal unit problem (MAUP) on social equity analysis of public transit reliability
R Javanmard, J Lee, J Kim, L Liu, E Diab
Journal of Transport Geography 106, 103500, 2023
Travel time errors caused by geomasking might be different between transportation modes and types of urban area
J Kim, MP Kwan
Transactions in GIS, 2021
Uncovering Inequalities in Food Accessibility between Koreans and Japanese in 1930s Colonial Seoul Using GIS and Open-Source Transport Analytics Tools
HJ Ha, J Lee, J Kim, Y Kim
Sustainability 14 (19), 11852, 2022
An exploratory assessment of the effectiveness of geomasking methods on privacy protection and analytical accuracy for individual-level geospatial data
J Wang, J Kim, MP Kwan
Cartography and Geographic Information Science 49 (5), 385-406, 2022
Developing and evaluating transit-based healthcare accessibility in a low-and middle-income country: A case study in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
J Kim, S Rapuri, E Chuluunbaatar, E Sumiyasuren, B Lkhagvasuren, ...
Habitat International 131, 102729, 2023
Campus commute mode choice in a college town: An application of the integrated choice and latent variable (ICLV) model
J Kim, B Lee
Travel Behaviour and Society 30, 249-261, 2023
The Geographies of COVID-19: Geospatial Stories of a Global Pandemic
M Laituri, RB Richardson, J Kim
Springer, 2022
Quantitative Geographical Approaches in COVID-19 Research: A Review on First- and Second-Order Impacts
J Kim, K Wang, S Rapuri
The Geographies of COVID-19, 37-48, 2022
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20