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Project Title Investigators Project Period
Open-Source Geospatial Analysis of Criminal Activity Marcus A. Boyd January, 2017 to June, 2018
Geospatial Analysis of Terror Finance Marcus A. Boyd July, 2015 to July, 2016
Expand the Transnational Illicit Trafficking (TransIT) Database Marcus A. Boyd January, 2019 to December, 2019
Advancing U.S. CWMD/CWMT Capabilities in Support of the SIGMA+ Program through Development of Anticipatory Human Social Systems Models and Adversary Weapon Selection Decision Processes Steve Sin, Thomas Guarrieri March, 2020 to March, 2022
Project Title Publication Date START Authors Publication Type
The Pits: Violence in Michoacán Over Control of Avocado Trade June 2020 Henkin, Samuel D. Research Brief
Southeast Asia after the Caliphate: Identifying Spatial Trends in Terrorism and Radicalization in Malaysia August 2020 Martin, Adam; Boyd, Marcus A.; Henkin, Samuel D. Journal Article
Searching for the Nuclear Silk Road: Geospatial Analysis of Potential Illicit Radiological and Nuclear Material Trafficking Pathways January 2016 Boyd, Marcus A.; Sin, Steve Book Chapter
Major Cartel Operational Zones in Mexico June 2020 Henkin, Samuel D. Research Brief
Intersections of Illicit Trafficking and Counterfeit Parts Workshop January 2022 Boyd, Marcus A. Report
Huachicoleros: Violence in Guanajuato Over Control of Illicit Petroleum June 2020 Henkin, Samuel D. Research Brief
Geospatial Analysis of Terror Finance December 2017 Boyd, Marcus A. Research Brief
COVID-19's Impact on Business Absorptive Capacity March 2021 Boyd, Marcus A. Research Brief
Catch Them Coming and Going: Probabilistic Pathway Projection to Counter Foreign Fighters March 2016 Boyd, Marcus A. START Reports

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