Pavlos Kanaroglou
Pavlos Kanaroglou
Professor Emeritus, McMaster University
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A review and evaluation of intraurban air pollution exposure models
M Jerrett, A Arain, P Kanaroglou, B Beckerman, D Potoglou, ...
Journal of Exposure Science & Environmental Epidemiology 15 (2), 185-204, 2005
Urban form, energy and the environment: a review of issues, evidence and policy
WP Anderson, PS Kanaroglou, EJ Miller
Urban studies 33 (1), 7-35, 1996
Household demand and willingness to pay for clean vehicles
D Potoglou, PS Kanaroglou
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 12 (4), 264-274, 2007
A GIS–environmental justice analysis of particulate air pollution in Hamilton, Canada
M Jerrett, RT Burnett, P Kanaroglou, J Eyles, N Finkelstein, C Giovis, ...
Environment and Planning A 33 (6), 955-973, 2001
Electric buses: A review of alternative powertrains
M Mahmoud, R Garnett, M Ferguson, P Kanaroglou
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 62, 673-684, 2016
Modelling car ownership in urban areas: a case study of Hamilton, Canada
D Potoglou, PS Kanaroglou
Journal of Transport Geography 16 (1), 42-54, 2008
Dynamic model of peak period traffic congestion with elastic arrival rates
M Ben-Akiva, A De Palma, P Kanaroglou
Transportation Science 20 (3), 164-181, 1986
Establishing an air pollution monitoring network for intra-urban population exposure assessment: A location-allocation approach
PS Kanaroglou, M Jerrett, J Morrison, B Beckerman, MA Arain, NL Gilbert, ...
Atmospheric Environment 39 (13), 2399-2409, 2005
Travel behavior within Canada’s older population: a cohort analysis
KB Newbold, DM Scott, JEL Spinney, P Kanaroglou, A Páez
Journal of Transport Geography 13 (4), 340-351, 2005
Modeling the intraurban variability of ambient traffic pollution in Toronto, Canada
M Jerrett, MA Arain, P Kanaroglou, B Beckerman, D Crouse, NL Gilbert, ...
Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health, Part A 70 (3-4), 200-212, 2007
Elderly mobility: demographic and spatial analysis of trip making in the Hamilton CMA, Canada
A Páez, D Scott, D Potoglou, P Kanaroglou, KB Newbold
Urban Studies 44 (1), 123-146, 2007
Do socioeconomic characteristics modify the short term association between air pollution and mortality? Evidence from a zonal time series in Hamilton, Canada
M Jerrett, RT Burnett, J Brook, P Kanaroglou, C Giovis, N Finkelstein, ...
Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health 58 (1), 31-40, 2004
Urban form and household activity‐travel behavior
RN Buliung, PS Kanaroglou
Growth and Change 37 (2), 172-199, 2006
An activity-episode generation model that captures interactions between household heads: development and empirical analysis
DM Scott, PS Kanaroglou
Transportation Research Part B: Methodological 36 (10), 875-896, 2002
A GIS toolkit for exploring geographies of household activity/travel behavior
RN Buliung, PS Kanaroglou
Journal of Transport Geography 14 (1), 35-51, 2006
Three decades of urban growth in the city of Shiraz, Iran: A remote sensing and geographic information systems application
MS Sarvestani, AL Ibrahim, P Kanaroglou
Cities 28 (4), 320-329, 2011
Mapping real-time air pollution health risk for environmental management: Combining mobile and stationary air pollution monitoring with neural network models
MD Adams, PS Kanaroglou
Journal of environmental management 168, 133-141, 2016
Impacts of commuting efficiency on congestion and emissions: case of the Hamilton CMA, Canada
DM Scott, PS Kanaroglou, WP Anderson
Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment 2 (4), 245-257, 1997
A latent class method for classifying and evaluating the performance of station area transit-oriented development in the Toronto region
CD Higgins, PS Kanaroglou
Journal of transport geography 52, 61-72, 2016
A land use regression model for predicting ambient concentrations of nitrogen dioxide in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
T Sahsuvaroglu, A Arain, P Kanaroglou, N Finkelstein, B Newbold, ...
Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association 56 (8), 1059-1069, 2006
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