Below is a list of written work – book chapters, articles, encyclopedia entries, and reports.  You can also visit my research page on Google Scholar.

Jordan, L, Elessaway, E, Munro-Ludder, G (2022) Geographical dataset of firearms manufacturing in the United States: 2000-2020. Data in Brief 22(45).

Jordan, L (2021) “We are Teachers and Learners Together: Cross-Disciplinary Lessons from the Pilgrim Pipeline Dispute.” in Pipeline Pedagogy: Teaching about Energy and Environmental Justice Contestations, eds. V. Banschback and J. Rich, AESS Branded Book Series, Springer Nature.

Jordan, L, Tang, A (2021) Exploring Communication Framing Methods that Link Changes in Air Pollution Exposure and COVID-19 to Promote Post-Pandemic Sustainability Policy. In: Leal Filho W. (eds) COVID-19: Paving the Way for a More Sustainable World. World Sustainability Series. Springer, Cham. 

Jordan, L, Kalin, J, Dabrowski, D (2020) Characteristics of Gun Advertisements on Social Media: Systematic Search and Content Analysis of Twitter and YouTube Posts. J Med Internet Res. 22(3).

Jordan, L (2017) Applying Thiessen Polygon Catchment Areas and Gridded Population Weights to Estimate Conflict-Driven Population Changes in South Sudan. ISPRS Annals IV-4/W2, 23-30.

Jordan, L. (2013)   “A Comparison of the Functionality and Datasets Available through Population Explorer and Alternative Applications.”  USAID, Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWSNET).  Report No. AID-OAA-C-11-00171.

Jordan, L, Stallins, A, Stokes, S, Johnson, E, Gragg, R (2011) Citizen Mapping and Environmental Justice: Internet Applications for Research and Advocacy. Environmental Justice 4(3): 155-162.

Jordan, L (2011) “Public Health and Geography.”21st Century Geography: A Reference Handbook, ed. J.P. Stoltman. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 

Jordan, L, et al. (2010) Practical Approaches to Spatial Estimation of Disaster‐Affected Populations. International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research. 1(3): 31‐48.

Jordan, L, Rose R (2010) Population Explorer: Estimate Local Populations Anywhere. Field Exchange: Emergency Nutrition Network, 38: 3‐5.

Jordan, L (2010) Review Essay: Religion and Political Geography in the United States. Political Geography.

Jordan, L (2010) Book Review: Strong Women, Dangerous Times: Gender and HIV/AIDS in Africa, E. Kalipeni, K. Flynn, and C. Pope (Eds.), New York: Nova Publishers. GeoJournal.

Jordan, L (2010) GIS in Health Research and Health Care. In Barney Warf (ed.) Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 

Jordan, L (2010) Medical Geography. In Barney Warf (ed.) Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 
Jordan, L (2010) Spatial Data Models. In Barney Warf (ed.) Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 

Asumda, F, Jordan, L (2009) Minority Youth Access to Tobacco: A Neighborhood Analysis of Underage Tobacco Sales. Health and Place. 15:140‐147. 

Raleigh, C, Jordan, L. (2009) Climate Change and Migration: Emerging Patterns in the Developing World. In R. Mearns and A. Norton (eds.) Social Dimensions of Climate Change Equity and Vulnerability in a Warming World. Washington DC: World Bank:103‐131. 

Jordan, L (2008) Improving Livelihoods by Improving Access: The Application of Geospatial Technologies to Health Care Accessibility. Harvard Health Policy Review. 9: 210‐222. 

Jordan, L (2007) Religious Adherence and Diversity in the United States: A Geographic Analysis. 

Geography of Religion and Belief Systems. 2: 3‐20.

Mennis, J, Jordan, L (2005) The Distribution of Environmental Equity: Exploring Spatial Nonstationarity in Multivariate Models of Air Toxic Releases. Annals of the Association of Geographers 95(2): 249-268. 

Rogers, A, Jordan, L (2004) Estimating Migration Flows from Birthplace‐Specific Population Stocks of Infants. Geographical Analysis 36:1‐16