Qualifications, Memberships & Awards
Research interests include three areas, broadly linked by relationships between transport and health. These are: 1. Air pollution exposure - This addresses the question of how we quantify the amount of pollution humans actually breathe in. This is important to know if we want to relate pollution to human health. 2. Transport - This research area is interested in how we can make transport more sustainable and looks at people’s perceptions and attitudes to transport, focusing specifically on school and work travel. 3. Health geography - This focuses on links between spatial patterns of illness and air pollution.
- Wiki J., Kingham SP. and Banwell K. (2018) Re-working Appleyard in a low density environment: An exploration of the impacts of motorised traffic volume on street livability in Christchurch, New Zealand. World Transport Policy and Practice 24(1): 60-68.
- Apparacio P., Gelb J., Mathieu M-E. and Kingham SP. (2017) Comparing and mapping individual exposure to air and noise pollution in Montreal: a Web-Atlas. Angers, France: International Medical Geography Symposium, 3-6 Jul 2017
- Apparicio P., Gelb J., Carrier M., Mathieu M., Lecot F. and Kingham S. (2017) Comparaison de l'exposition individuelle aux pollutions atmosphérique et sonore à Montréal selon le mode de transport utilisé. INRS Centre-Urbanisation Culture Société.
- Apparicio P., Gelb J., Carrier M., Mathieu ME., Lecot F. and Kingham SP. (2017) Comparing individual exposure to air and noise pollution in Montreal according to the mode of transportation used. [Website].
- Apparicio P., Seguin A-M., Gelb J., Mathieu M-E. and Kingham SP. (2017) Comparing individual exposure to air and noise pollution in Montreal during rush hours according to the mode of transportation used. Boston: American Association of Geographers, 5-9 Apr 2017