Daniel Schleith
Daniel Schleith
Post Doctoral Research Associate, Brown University
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TitleCited byYear
Analyzing temporal changes in land-use–transportation relationships: A LEHD-based approach
MW Horner, D Schleith
Applied Geography 35 (1-2), 491-498, 2012
472012
Commuting, job clusters, and travel burdens: Analysis of spatially and socioeconomically disaggregated longitudinal employer–household dynamics data
D Schleith, MW Horner
Transportation Research Record 2452 (1), 19-27, 2014
212014
Ground and helicopter emergency medical services time tradeoffs assessed with geographic information
MJ Widener, Z Ginsberg, D Schleith, DJ Floccare, JM Hirshon, ...
Aerospace medicine and human performance 86 (7), 620-627, 2015
132015
An examination of the jobs-housing balance of different categories of workers across 26 metropolitan regions
D Schleith, M Widener, C Kim
Journal of Transport Geography 57, 145-160, 2016
122016
An analysis of the commuting and jobs–housing patterns of older adult workers
MW Horner, DK Schleith, MJ Widener
The Professional Geographer 67 (4), 575-585, 2015
102015
Assessing the delineated commuter sheds of various clustering methods
D Schleith, MJ Widener, C Kim, L Liu
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 71, 81-87, 2018
12018
Commuting behavior and local population loss: Means of transportation to work as an indicator of urban decline
C Graziula, E Seymoura, D Schleitha
Population Loss: The Role of Transportation and Other Issues 2, 185, 2018
2018
A Multidirectional Optimal Ecotope-Based Algorithm to Delineate a Commuter Shed
D Schleith, M Widener
International Conference on GIScience Short Paper Proceedings 1 (1), 2016
2016
Commuting, Job Clusters, and Travel Burdens: An Analysis of Spatially and Socioeconomically Disaggregate LEHD Data
D Schleith, MW Horner
Transportation Research Board 93rd Annual Meeting, 2014
2014
Investigating Spatially Disaggregate Commuting for Workers with Different Incomes in Leon County, Florida
DK Schleith
2013
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