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- PhD, Ohio State University, 2001
- MA, University of Arizona, 1994
- BA, University of Arizona, 1992
- Transport geography
- National parks
- Urban geography
- American West
- Selima, S. and J. Weber. 2014. The nature of urban growth and the commuting transition: Endless sprawl or a growth wave? Urban Studies 51: 544-576.
- Weber, J. and S. Sultana. 2013. The Civil Rights Movement and the future of the National Park System. Tourism Geographies 15: 444-469.
- Lo, C., J. Weber, and T. Cheng. 2013. Urban-rural differentials: A spatial analysis of Alabama student’s recent alcohol use and marijuana use. The American Journal on Addictions 22: 188-196.
- Weber, J. and S. Sultana. 2013. Why do so few minority people visit national parks? Visitation and accessibility of “America’s Best Idea.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103: 437-464.
- Weber, J. 2012. The evolving interstate highway system and the changing geography of the United States. Journal of Transport Geography 25: 75-86.
- Weber, J. 2011. “America’s New Design for Living”: The interstate highway system and the spatial transformation of the U.S. In Engineering Earth: The Impacts of Mega-Engineered Projects (edited by S. Brunn), pp 532-567. Kluwer.
- Kwan, M. and J. Weber. 2008. Individual accessibility revisited: Implication for geographical analysis in the 21st century. In Transport: Critical Essays in Human Geography (edited by S. Hanson and M. Kwan), Ahsgate: London.
- Role of Bikeshare Programs in Transit-Oriented Development: Case of Birmingham, Alabama
- The Three American Wests
- Cumulative disadvantage or beating the odds? Racial disparities in home foreclosure by neighborhood composition in the American Deep South.
- The Colorado and Virgin Rivers before Lake Mead
- The transition from folk to engineered roads in the Mojave Desert