Donald P. Albert Email: [email protected] [email protected] 3-21-2014 SELECTED PUBLICATIONS Albert, DP, NS Morris, and J Tiller. 2014. Antipodal musings and the undergraduate curricula: Rediscovering and repositioning. UNDER REVISION Albert, DP, NS Morris, and J Tiller. 2014. International Date Line: Time travel made easy – Additional Notes. The Pennsylvania Geographer, 52 (1). Albert, DP. and G. Rebecca Dobbs. 2013. Emerging Methods and Multidisciplinary Applications in Geospatial Research. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. Albert, DP. 2012. Geospatial Technologies and Advancing Geographic Decision Making: Issues and Trends. Hershey, PA: IGI Global. Morris, N, DP Albert, and J Tiller. 2010. International Date Line: Time travel made easy. The Pennsylvania Geographer 48(1): 100-114. Albert, DP. 2009. New York and Colorado as critical states in the diffusion of state licensing of naturopathic physicians. Complementary Health Practice Review 14(2):59-69. Albert, DP. 2008. Around the World in Eighty Days: Observations, omissions, and oddities. The Geography Teacher (March):4-8. Albert, DP, and FB Butar. 2006. The Geography of Naturopathic Physicians in the United States: A Rising Profession. Lewiston, New York: Mellen Press. Albert, DP, and D Martinez. 2006. Spatial variation in the growth in number of naturopathic physicians in the United States and Canada. The Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29:311-320. Albert, DP, and D Martinez. 2006. The supply of naturopathic physicians in the United States and Canada continues to increase. Complementary Health Practice Review 11(2):120-122. Albert, DP, and FB Butar. 2005. Estimating the de-designation of single-county HPSAs by counting naturopathic physicians as medical doctors. Applied Geography 25(3): 271-285. Albert, DP, and FB Butar. 2005. Downward hierarchical diffusion of naturopathic physicians in Oregon 2000 to 2004. Northwest Science 79(1):80-83. Albert, DP, and FB Butar. 2004. Geography of naturopathy in the United States: Current status. The Pennsylvania Geographer 42(2):120-129. Albert, DP, and FB Butar. 2004. Diffusion of naturopathic state licensing in the United States and Canada. Complementary Health Practice Review 9(3):193-207. Albert, DP, and FB Butar. 2004. Distribution, concentration, and health care implications of naturopathic physicians in the United States. Complementary Health Practice Review 9(2):103-117. Barron, BC, DP Albert, and J Tiller. 2003. Roads, highways, and interstate: Connecting Huntsville’s past and present. The Social Studies Texan 19(2):69-70, 72. Albert, DP, and FB Butar. 2003. Factoring NDs into the HPSA equation: A policy consideration. Texas Journal of Rural Health 21(4):44-52. Albert, DP. 2003. GIS/GPS in Law Enforcement Master Bibliography, 2nd edition. Washington, DC: Police Executive Research Forum. Leipnik, MR, and DP Albert. 2003. GIS in Law Enforcement: Implementation Issues and Case Studies. London: Taylor & Francis. Mankoff, CA, and DP Albert. 2002. A Case Study in the Role of Environmental Values in Conservation. Lewiston, New York: Mellen Press. Warrick, C, W Spears, DP Albert, B BakamaNume, and L Roes. 2002. GIS and rural cancer disparities. Texas Journal of Rural Health 20(4):25-34. Albert, DP, and F Butar. 2002. Feasibility of using telephone, association, and licensure directories to examine the geographic distribution of naturopathic physicians in Oregon, Arizona, and Connecticut. Geography Online 3(2):1-9. Albert, DP, and R Horner. 2001. Data classification, spatial analysis, and the geographic distribution of mortality from cerebrovascular disease: United States, 1995. North Carolina Geographer 9:42-50. Albert, DP, and MR Leipnik. 2000. Exploring the World, United States, and North Carolina using the Internet: Resources for geographic education. North Carolina Geographer 8:77-85. Leipnik, M., DP Albert, D Kidwell, and A Melis. 2000. How law enforcement agencies can make geographic information technologies work for them. The Police Chief 67(9):34-49. Spencer, JR, DP Albert, and WM Gesler. 2000. North Carolina’s HMO provider networks: A comparison between HMO Providers and all physicians in the State. North Carolina Geographer 8:14-28. Albert, D. 1998. Influences of multiple locations of medical practice on the designation of shortage areas: North Carolina, 1992. Carolina Health Services and Policy Review 5:45-57. Albert, DP and WM Gesler. 1998. Multiple locations of medical practice in North Carolina: Physician motivations. Carolina Health Services and Policy Review 5:35-44. Albert, DP, and WM Gesler. 1997. Multiple locations of medical practice in North Carolina: Findings and health care policy implications. Carolina Health Services and Policy Review 4:55-75. Albert, DP, and B Levergood. 1997. Pointers to the literature on health applications of remote sensing. World Health Forum 18(1):88-92. Albert, DP, and WM Gesler. 1996. Locational analysis of North Carolina physicians’ primary, secondary, and tertiary practices. The North Carolina Geographer 5:4151. Albert, DP, WM Gesler, and P Wittie. 1995. Geographic information systems and health: An educational resource. Journal of Geography 94(2):350-356. Albert, DP. 1994. Physician office locations and land use planning: Asheville, North Carolina, 1948-1993. North Carolina Geographer 3:31-46.