Edward Helderop
Edward Helderop
Geoinformatics and Policy Analytics Laboratory
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Urban governance and big corporations in the digital economy: An investigation of socio-spatial implications of Google Fiber in Kansas City
T Alizadeh, TH Grubesic, E Helderop
Telematics and informatics 34 (7), 973-986, 2017
Streets, storm surge, and the frailty of urban transport systems: A grid-based approach for identifying informal street network connections to facilitate mobility
E Helderop, TH Grubesic
Transportation research part D: transport and environment 77, 337-351, 2019
Hurricane storm surge in Volusia County, Florida: evidence of a tipping point for infrastructure damage
E Helderop, TH Grubesic
Disasters 43 (1), 157-180, 2019
Social, geomorphic, and climatic factors driving US coastal city vulnerability to storm surge flooding
E Helderop, TH Grubesic
Ocean & Coastal Management 181, 104902, 2019
Closing information asymmetries: A scale agnostic approach for exploring equity implications of broadband provision
TH Grubesic, E Helderop, T Alizadeh
Telecommunications Policy 43 (1), 50-66, 2019
Flood evacuation and rescue: The identification of critical road segments using whole-landscape features
E Helderop, TH Grubesic
Transportation research interdisciplinary perspectives 3, 100022, 2019
Landscape patterns and diversity of meadow plants and flower-visitors in a mountain landscape
JA Jones, R Hutchinson, A Moldenke, V Pfeiffer, E Helderop, E Thomas, ...
Landscape Ecology, 1-18, 2018
Data deluge or data trickle? Difficulties in acquiring public data for telecommunications policy analysis
E Helderop, TH Grubesic, T Alizadeh
The Information Society 35 (2), 69-80, 2019
Diversity, generalization, and specialization in plant-pollinator networks of montane meadows, western Cascades, Oregon
E Helderop
Predicting geographic transience in homeless young adults across three US cities: Who are these frequent flyers and distance travelers?
KM Ferguson, E Helderop, K Bender, TH Grubesic
Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment 26 (7-8), 648-663, 2016
Socio-spatial patterns of the national broadband network revealed: Lessons from greater Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane
T Alizadeh, T Grubesic, E Helderop
Telecommunications Policy 44 (5), 101941, 2020
Hidden in plain sight: a machine learning approach for detecting prostitution activity in phoenix, Arizona
E Helderop, J Huff, F Morstatter, A Grubesic, D Wallace
Applied spatial analysis and policy 12 (4), 941-963, 2019
Google Fiber Community Connections: Promises, pitfalls, and outcomes in Austin, Texas
C Stratton, TH Grubesic, E Helderop
Journal of Urban Affairs, 1-19, 2020
Predicting Movement of Homeless Young Adults: Artificial Neural Networks and Generalized Linear Models
E Helderop, KM Ferguson, TH Grubesic, K Bender
Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 9 (1), 89-106, 2018
Hurricane storm surge: toward a normalized damage index for coastal regions
E Helderop, TH Grubesic
Natural Hazards, 1-19, 2021
A broadband integrated time series (BITS) for longitudinal analyses of the digital divide
EA Mack, E Helderop, K Ma, TH Grubesic, J Mann, S Loveridge, ...
PloS one 16 (5), e0250732, 2021
Field Note: Introducing SYSPROP—A Software Tool to Identify Small but Economically Viable Timber Parcels in the Pacific Northwest
E Helderop, TH Grubesic, CN Edson
Journal of Forestry, 2021
Identifying the spatial footprint of pollen distributions using the Geoforensic Interdiction (GOFIND) model
D Tong, TH Grubesic, W Mu, JA Miller, E Helderop, S Jha, BJ Brosi, ...
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 87, 101615, 2021
A Novel Transportation Modeling Framework for Use in a Post-Disaster Landscape: Incorporating Whole-Landscape Features
E Helderop
Arizona State University, 2019
Socio-Spatial Patterns of the NBN Rollout: It is worse than what you think
T Alizadeh, E Helderop, T Grubesic
9th State of Australian Cities National Conference, 30 November-5 December …, 0
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