An-Min Wu, PhD
Assistant Professor (Teaching) of Spatial Sciences
Areas of research:
EH MATTERS Internship description:
The EH MATTERS intern will gain training and mentoring on spatial thinking, hands-on spatial data sampling and handling, and use of GIS analysis and visualization for a deeper understanding of environmental problems in our community. Projects will be developed upon interest and skill level. Basic knowledge of GIS (e.g. SSCI 165 or 265 or 301) or statistics is preferred; students without either background will be considered if interested in learning and developing these essential spatial science skills during the internship.
Other interns that Wu supervises include: undergraduate (B.S. in GeoDesign) and graduate students (M.S. in GIST; Ph.D. in Population, Health and Place) in research on the issues of environmental pollution, their health outcomes and underlying injustice at various spatial and temporal scales.
Livings, M. and Wu, A. 2020. Local measures of spatial association. The Geographic Information Science and Technology Body of Knowledge 2.0. (3rd Quarter 2020 Edition), John P. Wilson (Ed.) https://doi.org/10.22224/gistbok/2020.3.10
Fang, J. and Wu, A. 2020. The spatial dynamics of Amazon lockers in Los Angeles County. In: Esri Map Book, Volume 35. Redlands, CA. https://www.esri.com/en-us/esri-map-book/maps#/details/1/3
Wu, A. and Johnston, J. 2019. Assessing spatial characteristics of soil lead contamination in the residential neighborhoods near the Exide battery smelter. Case Studies in the Environment. https://doi.org/10.1525/cse.2019.002162
Wu, A. and Kemp K. 2019. Global measures of spatial association. The Geographic Information Science and Technology Body of Knowledge 2.0. (1st Quarter 2019 Edition), John P. Wilson (Ed.). https://doi.org/10.22224/gistbok/2019.1.12
Fissore, C., Dalzell, B.J., Berhe, A.A., Voegtle, M., Evans, M. and Wu, A. 2017. Influence of topography on soil organic carbon dynamics in a Southern California grassland. Catena, 149, pp.140-149.