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Environmental justice is an important public health concept that addresses health disparities. This study aims investigate whether there exist relationships between the number of waste sites and the demographic variables of census tracts in Missouri. Findings in this study call for more active discourse on the disproportionate distribution of environmental exposures.
Hyelim Shin, Dannie, "Environmental Justice in Missouri: Waste Sites and Demographics" (2014). GIS Posters. Poster 127.