“Location choices of the ethanol industry in the Midwest Corn Belt” incorporates classic location theory to identify the significant factors in ethanol firms’ location decisions in Iowa, Illinois, Minnesota, and Nebraska. Factors such as rail access, population density, and proximity to blending terminals emerge as significant considerations.
“Assessing the Future of the Bioeconomy in Greene County, Iowa”
“A GIS methodology to identify potential corn stover collection locations”
“Using spatial statistics to analyze intra‐urban inequalities and public intervention in São Paulo, Brazil”