Jamie Spinney
Jamie Spinney
Assistant Professor of Geography & GIS, Southern Utah University
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Transport mobility benefits and quality of life: a time-use perspective of elderly Canadians
JEL Spinney, DM Scott, KB Newbold
Transport Policy 16 (1), 1-11, 2009
Travel behavior within Canada’s older population: a cohort analysis
KB Newbold, DM Scott, JEL Spinney, P Kanaroglou, A Páez
Journal of Transport Geography 13 (4), 340-351, 2005
Active-transport walking behavior: destinations, durations, distances
H Millward, J Spinney, D Scott
Journal of Transport Geography 28, 101-110, 2013
Time use, travel behavior, and the rural–urban continuum: results from the Halifax STAR project
H Millward, J Spinney
Journal of Transport Geography 19 (1), 51-58, 2011
Weather impacts on leisure activities in Halifax, Nova Scotia
JEL Spinney, H Millward
International Journal of Biometeorology 55 (2), 133-145, 2011
New insights into senior travel behavior: the Canadian experience
DM Scott, KB Newbold, JEL Spinney, R Mercado, A Paez, PS Kanaroglou
Growth and change 40 (1), 140-168, 2009
An exploration of the relationship between socioeconomic and well‐being variables and household greenhouse gas emissions
J Wilson, P Tyedmers, JEL Spinney
Journal of Industrial Ecology 17 (6), 880-891, 2013
Time and money: a new look at poverty and the barriers to physical activity in Canada
J Spinney, H Millward
Social Indicators Research 99 (2), 341-356, 2010
Walking for Transport Versus Recreation: A Comparison of Participants, Timing, and Locations.
JE Spinney, H Millward, D Scott
Journal of Physical Activity & Health, 2011
AB ayesian approach to hedonic price analysis
DC Wheeler, A Páez, J Spinney, LA Waller
Papers in Regional Science 93 (3), 663-683, 2014
Urban–rural variation in satisfaction with life: demographic, health, and geographic predictors in Halifax, Canada
H Millward, J Spinney
Applied Research in Quality of Life 8 (3), 279-297, 2013
Life On & Off the Job: A Time-Use Study of Nova Scotia Teachers
AS Harvey, Saint Mary's University (Halifax, NS). Time Use, JEL Spinney
Time-Use Research Program, Saint Mary's University, 2000
“Active Living” Related to the Rural‐Urban Continuum: A Time‐Use Perspective
H Millward, J Spinney
The Journal of Rural Health 27 (2), 141-150, 2011
Blame the exurbs, not the suburbs: Exploring the distribution of greenhouse gas emissions within a city region
J Wilson, J Spinney, H Millward, D Scott, A Hayden, P Tyedmers
Energy Policy 62, 1329-1335, 2013
Measuring active living in Canada: A time-use perspective
JEL Spinney, H Millward, DM Scott
Social Science Research 40 (2), 685-694, 2011
Investigating travel thresholds for sports and recreation activities
JEL Spinney, H Millward
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 40 (3), 474-488, 2013
Durations and domains of daily aerobic activity: evidence from the 2010 Canadian time-use survey
H Millward, JEL Spinney, D Scott
Journal of Physical Activity and Health 11 (5), 895-902, 2014
Exploring spatial dynamics with land price indexes
J Spinney, P Kanaroglou, D Scott
Urban Studies 48 (4), 719-735, 2011
School travel mode choice and characteristics of the children, school and neighborhood
JEL Spinney, H Millward
Children Youth and Environments 21 (2), 57-76, 2011
Life on & of the job: A time use study of Nova Scotia teachers
A Harvey, J Spinney
Halifax, NS: Saint Mary's University, 2000
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