RICHARD M MEDINA portrait
  • Associate Professor, Geography Department
  • Assistant Professor, Geography Department
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Publications

  • RICHARD MATTHEW MEDINA (date unknown). Medina, R. M. and Hepner, G. F. (2013) The Geography of International Terrorism: An Introduction to Spaces and Places of Violent Non-State Groups. Boca Raton: Taylor & Francis/CRC Press.. Accepted, .
  • RICHARD MATTHEW MEDINA (date unknown). Medina, R. and Hepner, G. F. (2008) Geospatial Analysis of Dynamic Terrorist Networks. In Values and Violence: Intangible Aspects of Terrorism, eds. I. Karawan, W. McCormack, and S. E. Reynolds. Berlin: Springer.. Accepted, .
  • Medina, R. M. (date unknown). Social Network Analysis. In (eds.) M. M. Fischer and P. Nijkamp, Handbook of Regional Science, 2nd edition. Springer. Accepted, .
  • Wei, Y. D. (date unknown). Departures and Destinations of Walking Behavior: Effects of Neighborhood Amenity, Safety, and Urban Environment. Urban Geography. Accepted, .
  • RICHARD MATTHEW MEDINA (date unknown). Modello, C., Hepner, G. F., and Medina, R. M. (2008) ASPRS 10-Year Industry Forecast: Phase V. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 74 (11):1297-1305. Accepted, .
  • RICHARD MATTHEW MEDINA (date unknown). Medina, R. M. and Hepner, G. F. (2011) Advancing the Understanding of Sociospatial Dependencies in Terrorist Networks. Transactions in GIS 15(5): 577-597. Accepted, .
  • RICHARD MATTHEW MEDINA (date unknown). Lee, A., Medina, R. M., and Bolton, F. (2016) Breaking Down the Fundamental Challenges in Effective Operational Assessments. Campaigning Fall: 13-22. Accepted, .
  • Das, S. (date unknown). Networks of Heterosexual Contacts and their Implications on HIV Infection. PLOS One. Accepted, .
  • RICHARD MATTHEW MEDINA (date unknown). Siebeneck, L. K., Medina, R. M., Yamada, I., and Hepner, G. F. (2009) Spatial and Temporal Analyses of Terrorist Incidents in Iraq, 2004-2006. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 32 (7):591-610. Accepted, .
  • Call, D. (date unknown). Causes of Weather-Related Crashes in Salt Lake County, Utah. The Professional Geographer. Accepted, .
  • Joe Hannigan (date unknown). Hannigan, J., Hernandez, G., Medina, R. M., Roos, P., and Shakarian, P. (2013) Mining for Spatially-Near Communities in Geo-Located Social Networks. Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence - Social Networks and Social Contagion: Web Analytics and Computational Social Science, Arlington, VA. November 15-17. Accepted, .
  • Medina, R. M. (date unknown). Housing Inequalities: Eviction Patterns in Salt Lake County, Utah. Cities. Vol. 104. Accepted, .
  • Nicolosi, E. A. (date unknown). Crowdsourcing Sensitive VGI: Constructing the Hate Incident Reporting System. Digital Geography and Society. Vol. 1. Accepted, .
  • Nicolosi, E. (date unknown). Add to the Map! Evaluating Digitally-Mediated Participatory Mapping for Grassroots Sustainabilities. The Geographical Journal. Vol. 186. Accepted, .
  • RICHARD MATTHEW MEDINA (date unknown). Medina, R. M., Siebeneck, L. K., and Hepner, G. F. (2011) A Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analysis of Spatiotemporal Patterns of Terrorist Incidents in Iraq 2004-2009. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 34:862-882. Accepted, .
  • Fuhriman, C. (date unknown). Introducing a Dataset of Multi-Scale Geographies of ISIS Ideology from ISIS Sources. Terrorism and Political Violence. Accepted, .
  • Hohl, A. (date unknown). Spatial Distribution of Hateful Tweets Against Asians and Asian Americans During the COVID-19 Pandemic, November 2019 to May 2020. American Journal of Public Health. Vol. 112(4), 646-649. Accepted, .
  • RICHARD MATTHEW MEDINA (date unknown). Medina, R. M (2016) From Anthropology to Human Geography: Human Terrain and the Evolution of Operational Sociocultural Understanding. Intelligence and National Security 31(2):137-153. Accepted, .
  • Medina, R. M. (date unknown). Geographical Analysis of Socioeconomic and Ideological Drivers of Hate Crime in the United States. International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research. Vol. 12(2), 39-56. Accepted, .
  • Medina, R. M. (date unknown). Reflections on Responses to Geographical Research on Hate in the United States. Public Understanding of Science. Vol. 30(6), 797-806. Accepted, .
  • Medina, R. (date unknown). Geographies of Organized Hate in America: A Regional Analysis. Annals of the American Association of Geographers. Accepted, .
  • Nicolosi, E. (date unknown). Grassroots Innovations for Sustainability in the United States: A Spatial Analysis. Applied Geography. Vol. 91, 55-69. Accepted, .
  • RICHARD MATTHEW MEDINA (date unknown). Medina, R. M. (2014) Social Network Analysis of the Islamist Terrorist Network. Security Journal 27(1):97-121. Accepted, .
  • RICHARD MATTHEW MEDINA (date unknown). Bahgat, K. and Medina, R. M. (2013) An Overview of Geographical Perspectives and Approaches in Terrorism Research. Perspectives on Terrorism 7(1):38-72. Accepted, .
  • RICHARD MATTHEW MEDINA (date unknown). LaDochy, S., Medina, R., and Patzert, W. (2007) Recent California Climate Variability: Spatial and Temporal Patterns in Temperature Trends. Climate Research 33 (2):159-169. Accepted, .
  • Richard Medina (date unknown). Medina, R. M, Cervone, G., and Waters, N. (2017) Characterizing and Predicting Traffic Accidents in Extreme Weather Environments. The Professional Geographer 69(1):126-137. Accepted, .
  • Pulver, A. (date unknown). A Review of Security and Privacy Concerns in Digital Intelligence Collection. Intelligence and National Security. Vol. 33, 241-256. Accepted, .
  • RICHARD MATTHEW MEDINA (date unknown). Kobayashi, T., Medina, R. M., and Cova, T. J. (2011) Visualizing Diurnal Population Change in Urban Areas for Emergency Management. The Professional Geographer 63 (1):113-130. Accepted, .
  • Richard Medina (date unknown). Medina, R. M. and Hepner, G. F. (2015) A Note of the State of Geography and Geospatial Intelligence Research. NGA Pathfinder, 13(1):8-9. Accepted, .
  • George Hepner (date unknown). Hepner, G. F. and Medina, R. M. (2015) Industry Insights: Considering the State of Geography and Geospatial Intelligence Research. Earth Imaging Journal 12(3):10-11. Accepted, .
  • George F. Hepner (date unknown). Hepner, G. F. and Medina, R. M. (2012) Understanding the Geography of Terrorism. Earth Imaging Journal 9(5): 24-25. Accepted, .
  • Matthew Rice (date unknown). Rice, M. T., Paez, F. I., Rice, R. M., Ong, E. W., Qin, H., Seitz, C. R., Fayne, J. V., Curtin, K. C., Fuhrmann, S., Pfoser, D., Medina, R. M. (2014) Quality Assessment and Accessibility Applications of Crowdsourced Geospatial Data: A Report on the Development and Extension of the George Mason University Geocrowdsourcing Testbed. US Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC). Accepted, .

Presentations

  • Hate and Extremism in the US. Utah Council for the Social Studies (UCSS) Annual Conference, South Jordan, UT. , Presented, 2019.
  • Activities of the University of Utah Geospatial Intelligence Research Lab (GIRL). MAPPS Summer Conference, Park City, UT. , Presented, 2019.
  • Hate: A Research Agenda. Division of Public Health Grand Rounds, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2018.
  • Community Voices for Housing Equality. , Presented, 2017.
  • How do We Hate? Center for Research on Migration and Refugee Integration meeting, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT, January 6. , Presented, 2017.
  • Considerations for the Terrorist Threat in America. Peace and Conflict Studies Speed Lectures, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT. , Presented, 2016.
  • Medina, R. M. “The Evolution of the Global Jihad and the Role of Geography in Counterterrorism.” Geography Awareness Week, Brown Bag Lecture, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT., November 18, 2014. , Presented, 2014.
  • The Sociospatial Ecology of Deaths During Police Interactions in the United States, 2016-2020. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG), New York, NY. (Online). , Presented, 2022.
  • Hate in the US: A Geographical Analysis of Movements and Activities. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers (AAG), Boston, MA. , Presented, 2018.
  • Medina, R. and Holby, T. “The Geography of American Radicalization” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), Tampa, FL., April 8-12, 2014. , Presented, 2014.