Sarah E. Battersby, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, United States 
Area:
spatial cognition, behavioral geography, environmental perception
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Daniel R. Montello grad student 2006 UC Santa Barbara
 (Distortion of area in the global -scale cognitive map: A geographic perspective.)
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Baker TR, Battersby S, Bednarz SW, et al. (2015) A Research Agenda for Geospatial Technologies and Learning Journal of Geography. 114: 118-130
Liese AD, Hibbert JD, Ma X, et al. (2014) Where are the food deserts? An evaluation of policy-relevant measures of community food access in South Carolina. Journal of Hunger & Environmental Nutrition. 9: 16-32
Sohi I, Bell BA, Liu J, et al. (2014) Differences in food environment perceptions and spatial attributes of food shopping between residents of low and high food access areas. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior. 46: 241-9
Battersby SE, Finn MP, Usery EL, et al. (2014) Implications of web mercator and its use in online mapping Cartographica. 49: 85-101
Ma X, Battersby SE, Bell BA, et al. (2013) Variation in low food access areas due to data source inaccuracies. Applied Geography (Sevenoaks, England). 45
Thornton LE, Cameron AJ, McNaughton SA, et al. (2013) Does the availability of snack foods in supermarkets vary internationally? The International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity. 10: 56
Battersby SE. (2013) Introduction to papers from the AutoCarto 2012 conference Cartography and Geographic Information Science. 40: 257-258
Battersby SE, Kessler FC. (2012) Cues for Interpreting Distortion in Map Projections Journal of Geography. 111: 93-101
Battersby SE, Hodgson ME, Wang J. (2012) Spatial resolution imagery requirements for identifying structure damage in a hurricane disaster: A cognitive approach Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing. 78: 625-635
Stewart JE, Battersby SE, Lopez-De Fede A, et al. (2011) Diabetes and the socioeconomic and built environment: geovisualization of disease prevalence and potential contextual associations using ring maps. International Journal of Health Geographics. 10: 18
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