My specialty is in geographic information systems (GIS), quantitative spatial analysis and modeling, and the geocomputational approach. I have explored the applications of GI technologies in various domains, particularly in health studies, digital soil mapping, urban and regional planning, public participation, and renewable energy studies.
Shi, X., Ayotte, J.D., Onda, A., Miller, S., Rees, J., Gilbert-Diamond, D., Onega, T., Gui, J., Karagas, M., and Moeschler, J., Geospatial association between adverse birth outcomes and arsenic in groundwater in New Hampshire, USA, Environmental geochemistry and health, in press; DOI: 10.1007/s10653-014-9651-2, available at http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10653-014-9651-2#page-1.
Shi, X., Miller, S.D., Mwenda, K.M., Onda, A., Rees, J.R., Onega, T.L., Gui, J., Karagas, M.R., Demidenko, E., and Moeschler, J.B., 2013, Mapping Disease at an Approximated Individual Level Using Aggregate Data: A Case Study of Mapping New Hampshire Birth Defects, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 10: 4161-4174. DOI:10.3390/ijerph10094161.
Shi, X., Alford-Teaster, J., Onega, T., and Wang, D., 2012, Spatial Access and Local Demand for Major Cancer Care Facilities in the U.S. Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 102(5): 1125-1134.
Shi, X., Girod, L, Long, R., Dekett, R., Philippe, J., and Burke, T., 2012, A Comparison of LiDAR-based DEMs and USGS DEMs in Terrain Analysis for Digital Soil Mapping. Geoderma, 170: 217-226.
2016, National Institutes of Health, A prospective study of critical environmental exposures in formative early life that impact lifelong health in rural US children: the New Hampshire Birth Cohort Study (1UG3OD023275-01). 42 million for 7 years. PI: Margaret Karagas; Xun Shi is a co-Investigator.
2014, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Research of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Risk Factors and Burden of Disease to Support the National ALS Registry Effort, Contract Number 200-2014-59046, $714,630 for two years, PIs: Walter Bradley and Elijah Stommel; Xun Shi is a co-Investigator.
2013, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences/U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Children’s Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research Center at Dartmouth (P01 ES022832, RD 83544201), 2.76 million for 5 years, PI: Margaret Karagas. Xun Shi is a co-Investigator.
2013, Porter Faculty Research Grant at Dartmouth, Maintaining Environmental Flows and Sustainable Water Use Strategies in a Rapidly Developing Watershed: Tarim Basin, China, $50,000 for two years. PI: Xun Shi.