Pablo Cabrera-Barona
Pablo Cabrera-Barona
Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales-FLACSO
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Urban green space perception and its contribution to well-being
G Kothencz, R Kolcsár, P Cabrera-Barona, P Szilassi
International journal of environmental research and public health 14 (7), 766, 2017
A multi-criteria spatial deprivation index to support health inequality analyses
P Cabrera-Barona, T Murphy, S Kienberger, T Blaschke
International Journal of Health Geographics 14 (1), 1-14, 2015
Multiscale evaluation of an urban deprivation index: Implications for quality of life and healthcare accessibility planning
P Cabrera-Barona, C Wei, M Hagenlocher
Applied Geography 70, 1-10, 2016
Deprivation, healthcare accessibility and satisfaction: geographical context and scale implications
P Cabrera-Barona, T Blaschke, G Gaona
Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 11 (2), 313-332, 2018
Explaining accessibility and satisfaction related to healthcare: a mixed-methods approach
P Cabrera-Barona, T Blaschke, S Kienberger
Social indicators research 133 (2), 719-739, 2017
Comparing classic and interval analytical hierarchy process methodologies for measuring area-level deprivation to analyze health inequalities
P Cabrera-Barona, O Ghorbanzadeh
International journal of environmental research and public health 15 (1), 140, 2018
Place versus space: from points, lines and polygons in GIS to place-based representations reflecting language and culture
T Blaschke, H Merschdorf, P Cabrera-Barona, S Gao, E Papadakis, ...
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 7 (11), 452, 2018
# London2012: Towards citizen-contributed urban planning through sentiment analysis of twitter data
A Kovacs-Gyori, A Ristea, C Havas, B Resch, P Cabrera-Barona
Urban Planning 3 (1), 75-99, 2018
Local geographic variation of public services inequality: does the neighborhood scale matter?
C Wei, P Cabrera-Barona, T Blaschke
International journal of environmental research and public health 13 (10), 981, 2016
Scale-free relationships between social and landscape factors in urban systems
C Wei, M Padgham, P Cabrera Barona, T Blaschke
Sustainability 9 (1), 84, 2017
A conceptual urban quality space-place framework: Linking geo-information and quality of life
PF Cabrera-Barona, H Merschdorf
Urban Science 2 (3), 73, 2018
Awareness of obstetric warning signs in Ecuador: a cross-sectional study
G Bustamante, B Mantilla, P Cabrera-Barona, E Barragán, S Soria, ...
Public health 172, 52-60, 2019
Assessing and representing livability through the analysis of residential preference
A Kovacs-Györi, P Cabrera-Barona, B Resch, M Mehaffy, T Blaschke
Sustainability 11 (18), 4934, 2019
Influence of Urban Multi-Criteria Deprivation and Spatial Accessibility to Healthcare on Self-Reported Health
P Cabrera-Barona
Urban Science 1 (2), 11, 2017
Generating and Mapping Amazonian Urban Regions Using a Geospatial Approach
PF Cabrera-Barona, M Bayón, G Durán, A Bonilla, V Mejía
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 9 (7), 453, 2020
Types of crime, poverty, population density and presence of police in the metropolitan district of Quito
PF Cabrera-Barona, G Jimenez, P Melo
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 8 (12), 558, 2019
A new look at public services inequality: The consistency of neighborhood context and citizens’ perception across multiple scales
C Wei, P Cabrera Barona, T Blaschke
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 6 (7), 200, 2017
Using Remote Sensing and a Cellular Automata-Markov chains-GEOMOD model for the quantification of the future spread of an invasive plant: a case study of Psidium guajava in …
PC Barona, C Mena
Galapagos, 2014
Voiding public spaces, enclosing domestic places: Place attachment at the onset of the pandemic in Quito
P Cabrera-Barona, A Carrión
Journal of Latin American Geography 19 (3), 234-239, 2020
From the ‘Good Living’to the ‘Common Good’: What is the role of GIScience?
P Cabrera-Barona
2017 Joint Urban Remote Sensing Event (JURSE), 1-4, 2017
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