Gaining a more thorough understanding of food deserts

02/20/2013 | Atlantic Cities, The

Researchers are attempting to gain a more complete understanding of food access by incorporating the impact of mobility. The research, which tracks commuting data in Cincinnati, "proves the point that there are cases where mobility does actually have a significant impact on how much access a person might have [to food]," said Michael Widener, an assistant professor of geography at the University of Cincinnati.

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