Research Interests

  • Climate justice
  • Urban thermal environment
  • Green infrastructure
  • Simulation research

Peer-reviewed Publication

Jung, M. W., Haddad, M. A., & Gelder, B. K. (2023). Examining heat inequity in a Brazilian metropolitan region. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 51(1), 109-127.

Paper in Progress

Han, H., Jung, M. W., Chen, P. Title redacted for blind peer-review (Manuscript under review).

Jung, M. W. Toward thermal equity: The case study of Atlanta BeltLine to explore how municipal greening may deteriorate urban climate justice at the micro-scale (Manuscript in progress).

Jung, M. W., Jung, M. C., & Choi, S. Not Even Present: Historical Redlining Perpetuates Disparities in Contemporary Urban Thermal Environment in Philadelphia (Manuscript in progress).

Research Grant

Jung, M. W. (2023). Toward thermal equity: How do municipal greening efforts deteriorate urban climate justice?. Student Sustainability Grant funded by Sustainability Institute at The Ohio State University. ($3,588).