Qualifications, Memberships & Awards
Simon's research primarily focuses on the impact of the urban environment on individual and community health and wellbeing. Much of his research uses geospatial science including some done through the GeoHealth Laboratory, of which he is the Director. His research is generally applied and carried out with end users with a strong community engagement focus.
- Marek L., Campbell M., Epton M., Kingham S. and Storer M. (2019) Winter is coming: A socio-environmental monitoring and spatiotemporal modelling approach for better understanding a respiratory disease. Social Science and Medicine.
- Apparicio P., Gelb J., Carrier M., Mathieu MÈ. and Kingham S. (2018) Exposure to noise and air pollution by mode of transportation during rush hours in Montreal. Journal of Transport Geography 70: 182-192. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2018.06.007.
- Frater J. and Kingham S. (2018) Gender equity in health and the influence of intrapersonal factors on adolescent girls’ decisions to bicycle to school. Journal of Transport Geography 71: 130-138. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2018.07.011.
- Schindler MA., Dionisio R. and Kingham S. (2018) A multi-level perspective on a spatial data ecosystem: needs and challenges among urban planning stakeholders in New Zealand. International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research 13: 223-252. http://dx.doi.org/10.2902/1725-0463.2018.13.art15.
- 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.