Rick L. Bunch

Dr. Bunch’s topics of interest include theoretical and applied aspects of Geographic Information Science, specializing in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and spatial cognition. His research has focused on issues related to the cognition of geographic information and color theory. Dr. Bunch has also conducted a number of applied GIS projects involving wireless propagation modeling, banking, and health related issues.

There are 9 included publications by Rick L. Bunch :

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Anti-Americanism, Political Cartoons, and a Socio-Geographic Imagination: An Invitation to Further Work 2010 2400 This research note synopsizes previous studies to present future directions for the measurement of anti-Americanism within the United States and comparatively. We explain new vectors in our research design and posit new hypotheses for future research...
Calculating Edge Length Bias and the Relative Size of a “Neighborhood” in Spatial Social Networks 2010 1158 Many spatial social networks have the property that nearby nodes are more likely to be connected than are nodes that are farther apart. We develop a characteristic of spatial graphs that captures whether or not shorter distance ties are preferred ove...
Delitpyrones: a-Pyrone Derivatives from a Freshwater Delitschia sp. 2018 379 In research focused on the discovery of new chemical diversity from freshwater fungi, a peak library was built and evaluated against a prostate cancer cell line, E006AA-hT, which was derived from an African American, as this population is disproporti...
Freshwater Fungi as a Source of Chemical Diversity: A Review 2021 148 As their name indicates, freshwater fungi occur on submerged substrates in fresh water habitats. This review brings together the chemical diversity and biological activity of 199 of the 280 known freshwater fungal metabolites published from 1992 to 2...
Geographic Information Science in Health: Priming the Pump 2006 1019 Today, public health professionals, researchers, policy makers and many others are increasingly using GIS to understand the spatial and environmental factors that affect health outcomes, disease transmission, disaster response, access to health care ...
Leveraging the Science of Geographic Information Systems 2011 2264 The Center for Geographic Information Science (CGISc) at the University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG) was established in the Summer of 2006. CGISc is an educational research entity that relies on the use of GIS and the science of geographic inf...
Measuring Anti-Americanism in Editorial Cartoons 2009 1761 Objective- Anti-Americanism has been subjected to minimal statistical analysis. Further, scant attention is paid to what constitutes anti-Americanism for Americans. The objective of this article is to measure Americans' perceptions of anti-Americanis...
Strengthening community-level understanding of and responses to intimate partner violence using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) 2016 287 Purpose – Recently, there has been increased attention to community- and neighborhood-level influences on rates and experiences of intimate partner violence (IPV). The purpose of this paper is to describe the use of geographic information systems (GI...
Viticultural Site Selection: Testing the Effectiveness of North Carolina’s Commercial Vineyards 2019 59 Prohibition destroyed North Carolina's once thriving wine industry (Mills & Termey, 2007). Since the mid-1970s, however, the state has rebounded to become the nation's twelfth largest producer of wine (TTB 2015). As of September 2017, North Carolina ...