Tarng, D. & S. Cordivano. Utilizing Spatial Analysis to Measure Socioeconomic Change Around New Supermarkets in Urban Food Deserts. Paper presented at 2016 Urban Affairs Conference, San Diego, CA. March 17-19.

Co-authored chapter: Using Geographic Information Systems in Clinical and Population Health Research in book: Practice-Based Clinical Inquiry in Nursing: Looking Beyond Traditional Methods for PhD and DNP Research, Springer Publishing Company, 2016.

More than Just Bus Fare: Critical Theory and GIS to Deconstruct Prenatal Care Travel among Low-income Urban Mothers, Joan Bloch, PhD, CRNP, Sarah Cordivano, Marcia Gardner, Ph.D., R.N., C.P.N.P, presented at American Public Health Association 142nd Annual Meeting.

Maternity Ward Closures in Philadelphia: Using GIS to Measure Disruptions in Essential Health Services in the Journal of Map and Geography Libraries: Advances in Geospatial Information, Special Issue: Geographic Opportunities in Medicine and also featured in the book, Perspectives in Medical Geography edited by Amy J. Blatt.

Map contributions to book, Trade and Institutions in the Medieval Mediterranean: The Geniza Merchants and their Business World.

Map contributions to PlanPhilly article, Special Report: How the city servers Eastern North Philadelphia.

Map contributions to Environment America's report, Dirty Energy's Assault on Our Health: Mercury.

My contributions to the following web publications: