MICHAEL FRANK GOODCHILD

Professor Emeritus of Geography
Research Professor
University of California, Santa Barbara
Affiliate Professor of Geography
University of Washington
 
Landline: (206) 525-0146
Mobile: (805) 455-6529

Email: good@
geog.ucsb.edu
Personal Data Education
Professional Experience Scholarships, Awards, etc.
Publications Conferences and Symposia Organized
Reviews Papers Read
Short Courses Given by Invitation  Research Grants and Contracts
Consultantships, etc.  Theses Supervised (as Principal Advisor) 

Personal Data [Top]
Marital Status: Married, three daughters, four grandsons, three granddaughters
Nationality: British Citizen, US Citizen
Home Address: 3334 NE Blakeley St, Seattle, WA 98105 
Education [Top]
Ph.D., Geography, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, 1969
B.A., Physics, Cambridge University, Cambridge, England, 1965 
Professional Experience [Top]

Affiliate Professor of Geography, University of Washington, 2012–

Emeritus Professor of Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2012–

Research Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2012–

Jack and Laura Dangermond Chair of Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2010–2012

Director, Center for Spatial Studies (spatial@ucsb), University of California, Santa Barbara, 2007–2012

Editor for Methods, Models, and Geographic Information Sciences, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 2000–2006

Director, Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1999–2012

Chair, Department of Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1998–2000

Director, The Varenius Project, 1997–2001

Visiting Professor, Birkbeck College, University of London, 1997

Chair, Mapping Science Committee, National Research Council, 1997–1999

Associate Director, Alexandria Digital Library, 1994–2012

Chair, Executive Committee, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, 1997–2012

Director, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, 1991–1996

Honorary Professor, University of Western Ontario, 1989–94

Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1989–2012

Co-Director, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, 1988–91

Visiting Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1978, 1979, 1988–89

Editor, Geographical Analysis, 1987–90

Visiting Professor, University of Auckland, June 1986 

Visiting Scholar, CSIRO, Canberra, January-May, 1986 

Chairman, Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, 1982–85 

Professor, University of Western Ontario, 1979–1989

Associate Professor, University of Western Ontario, 1971–79 

Research Associate, University of Iowa, June 1974 

Visiting Associate Professor, University of Iowa, January-May 1974 

Co-ordinator of Graduate Studies, University of Western Ontario, Department of Geography, 1973, 1981–82 

Visiting Professor, University of Iowa, July 1973, as Instructor, NSF Institute, "The Instructional Use of Computerized Algorithms for Solving Location Problems"

Visiting Professor, McGill University, August 1972 

Assistant Professor, University of Western Ontario, 1969–71

Scholarships, Awards, etc. [Top]

Stanley Brunn Award for Creativity in Geography, 2016

Honorary Doctorate, University of Western Ontario, 2015

Fellow, Royal Geographical Society, 2015–

Fellow, Royal Canadian Geographical Society, 2013–

"Reflections on Geographic Information Science: special issue in honor of Michael Goodchild". Guest editors Nina Siu-Ngan Lam and Karen Kemp. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 26 (11–12), 2012.

CODATA Prize, 2012 (given by the Committee on Data for Science and Technology of the International Council for Science)

Peter A. Burrough Medal, International Spatial Accuracy Research Association, 2012

Fellow, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science, 2010–

Corresponding Fellow, the British Academy, 2010–

Foreign Member, the Royal Society, 2010–

UCGIS Research Award, 2010, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science

Honorary Professor, Capital Normal University, Beijing, 2009–

Honorary Professor, Chinese University of Mining and Technology, Xuzhou, 2009–

Digital Earth Prize for Scientific Contributions, International Society for Digital Earth, 2009

Honorary Director, Academic Committee, Jiangsu Key Laboratory of Resources and Environmental Information Engineering, Chinese University of Mining and Technology, Xuzhou, 2009–

Visiting Professor, Sichuan University, Chengdu, 2008–

Honorary Professor, Tongji University, Shanghai, 2008–

Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer, 2009–2011

Prix Vautrin Lud, St Dié-des-Vosges, France, 2007

Inducted into the GIS Hall of Fame, Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, 2007

Lifetime Achievement Award, Geospatial Information and Technology Association, 2007

Robert T. Aangeenbrug Distinguished Career Award, Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, 2006

Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2006–

Ernest Walton Fellowship, Science Foundation Ireland, 2005–2006

Honorary Doctor of Laws, Ryerson University, 2004

Honorary Doctor of Science, McMaster University, 2004

Honorary Professor, Wuhan University, 2003–

Faculty Research Lecturer, University of California, Santa Barbara, 2003

Founder's Medal, Royal Geographical Society, 2003

Educator of the Year, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science, 2002

Foreign Fellow, Royal Society of Canada, 2002–

Member, National Academy of Sciences, 2002–

National Associate of the National Academies, 2001–

Lifetime Achievement Award, Environmental Systems Research Institute, 2001

Honorary Doctor of Science, Keele University, 2001

Award of Distinction for Exceptional Scholarly Contributions to Cartography, Canadian Cartographic Association, 1999

Honorary Doctor of Science, Laval University, 1999

Intergraph Award, ASPRS, 1996 (with G.J. Hunter)

AAG Award for Distinguished Scholarship, 1996

Horwood Critique Prize, URISA, 1995 (with G.J. Hunter)

Gerald McCalden Award, AURISA, 1994 (with G.J. Hunter and M. Robey)

Horwood Critique Prize, URISA, 1993 (with G.J. Hunter)

1990 Award for Scholarly Distinction, Canadian Association of Geographers

NSERC Travel Grant, 1986 

SSHRC Leave Fellowship, 1986 

AAG Applied Geography Citation Award, 1983

NRC Scholarship, 1967–69

NRC Bursary, 1966 

Open Scholar, Downing College, Cambridge, 1962–65

State Scholar, 1962–65

Open Scholar, Taunton School, Somerset, 1955–61 

Publications [Top
 

G. McKenzie, M. Hegarty, T. Barrett, and M.F. Goodchild (2015) Assessing the effectiveness of different visualizations for judgments of positional uncertainty. International Journal of Geographical Information Science. DOI 13658816.2015.1082566 [563]

W. Li and M.F. Goodchild (2015) An optimization technique for addressing DEM misregistration in hilly terrain. Annals of GIS. DOI 10.1080/19475683.2015.1085438 [562]

M.F. Goodchild (2015) Perspectives on the new cartography. Environment and Planning A 47: 1341–1345. doi:10.1177/0308518X15594911 [561]

M.F. Goodchild (2015) Space, place and health. Annals of GIS. DOI: 10.1080/19475683.2015.1007895 [560]

M.F. Goodchild and Peng Gong (2014) Perspectives on space and time in US and Chinese science. In M.P. Kwan, D. Richardson, D. Wang, and C. Zhou, editors, Space-Time Integration in Geography and GIScience, pp. 7–20. New York: Springer. [559]

H.J. Miller and M.F. Goodchild (2014) Data-driven geography. GeoJournal 80(4) : 449–461. DOI: 10.1007/s10708-014-9602-6. [558]

M.F. Goodchild, D.G. Janelle, and K. Grossner (2014) Critical spatial thinking. In R.J. Stimson, editor, Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Spatially Integrated Social Science, pp. 26–42. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar. [557]

L. Yu, L. Liang, J. Wang, Y. Zhao, Q. Cheng, L. Hua, S. Liu, L. Yu, X. Wang, P. Zhu, X. Li, Y. Xu, C. Li, W. Fu, X. Li, W. Li, C. Liu, N. Cong, H. Zhang, F. Sun, X. Bi, Q. Xin, D. Li, D. Yang, Z. Zhu, M.F. Goodchild, and P. Gong (2014) Meta-discoveries from a synthesis of satellite-based land-cover mapping research. International Journal of Remote Sensing 35(13): 4573–4588. DOI: 10.1080/01431161.2014.930206 [556]

J.-X Zhang, P.M. Atkinson, and M.F. Goodchild (2014) Scale in Spatial Information and Analysis. Boca Raton: CRC Press. [555]

M.F. Goodchild (2013) The quality of big (geo)data. Dialogs in Human Geography 3: 280–284. DOI: 10.1177/2043820613513392 [554]

W. Li, R.L Church, and M.F. Goodchild (2013) An extendable heuristic framework to solve the p-compact-regions problem for urban economic modeling. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 43: 1–13. DOI: 10.1016/j.compenvurbsys.2013.10.002 [553]

M.F. Goodchild (2013) Prospects for a space–time GIS. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 103(5): 1072–1077. [552]

M.F. Goodchild and P.A. Longley (2013) Geocomputation and GIScience. In M.M. Fischer and P. Nijkamp, editors, Handbook of Regional Science. Dordrecht: Springer. [551]

W. Li, L. Li, M.F. Goodchild, and L. Anselin (2013) A geospatial cyberinfrastructure for urban economic analysis and spatial decision-making. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 2: 413–431. DOI: 10.3390/ijgi2020413. [549]

X.-H.Tong, T. Sun, J.-Y. Fan, M.F. Goodchild, and W.-Z. Shi (2013) A statistical simulation model for positional error of line features in geographic information systems. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 21: 136–148. [548]

L. Li, M.F .Goodchild, and B. Xu (2013) Spatial, temporal, and socioeconomic patterns in the use of Twitter and Flickr. Cartography and Geographic Information Science 40(2): 61–77.. DOI: 10.1080/15230406.2013.777139. [547]

S. Wang, L. Anselin, B. Bhaduri, C. Crosby, M.F. Goodchild, Y. Liu, and T.L. Nyerges (2013) CyberGIS software: a synthetic review and integration roadmap. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 27(11: 2122–2145. DOI: 10.1080/13658816.2013.776049. [546]

D.R. Richardson, N.D. Volkow, M.-P. Kwan, R.M. Kaplan, M.F. Goodchild, and R.T. Croyle (2013) Spatial turn in health research. Science 339(6): 1390–1392. DOI: 10.1126/science.1232257. [545]

M.F. Goodchild and L. Li (2012) Formalizing space and place. In P. Beckouche, C. Grasland, F. Guérin-Pace, and J.-Y. Moisseron, editors, Fonder les Sciences du Territoire, pp. 83–94. Paris: Éditions Karthala. [544]

S.L. Cutter, J.A. Ahearn, B. Amadei, P. Crawford, E.A. Eide, G.E. Galloway, M.F. Goodchild, H.C. Kunreuther, M. Li-Vollmer, M. Schoch-Spana, S.C. Scrimshaw, E.M. Stanley, G. Whitney, and M.L. Zoback (2013) Disaster resilience: a national imperative. Environment: Science and Policy for
Sustainable Development
55(2): 25–29. [543]

M.F. Goodchild (2012) GIScience in the 21st century. In W. Shi, M.F. Goodchild, B. Lees, and Y. Leung, editors, Advances in Geo-Spatial Information Science, pp. 3–10. Leiden: CRC Press. [542]

W. Shi, M.F. Goodchild, B. Lees, and Y. Leung, editors (2012) Advances in Geo-Spatial Information Science. Leiden: CRC Press. [541]

W. Li, M.F. Goodchild, and R.L. Church (2013) An efficient measure of compactness for two-dimensional shapes and its application in regionalization problems. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 27(6): 1227–1250. DOI: 10.1080/13658816.2012.752093. [540]

G. Cao, P.C. Kyriakidis, and M.F. Goodchild (2012) Response to "Comments on 'Combining spatial transition probabilities for stochastic simulation of categorical fields' with communications on some issues related to Markov chain geostatistics". International Journal of Geographical Information Science 26(9–10): 1741–1750. [539]

M.F. Goodchild (2012) NCGIA: its origins and impacts. In B. Wellar, editor, Foundations of Urban and Regional Information Systems and Geographic Information Systems and Science, pp. 195–202. Washington, DC: URISA. [538]

N. Li, S. Ervin, M. Flaxman, M.F. Goodchild, and C. Steinitz (2012) Design and application of an ontology for Geodesign. Revue International de Géomatique 22(2): 145–168. [537]

S. Roche and M.F. Goodchild (2012) Introduction: Geodesign: theory and practice. Revue Internationale de Géomatique 22(2): 141–143. [536]

M.F. Goodchild (2012) Afterword. In F. Harvey, editor, Are There Fundamental Principles in GIScience? pp. 88–93. Seattle: CreateSpace. [535]

D.Z. Sui, S. Elwood, and M.F. Goodchild, editors (2012) Crowdsourcing Geographic Knowledge: Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) in Theory and Practice. New York: Springer. [534]

D.Z. Sui, M.F. Goodchild, and S. Elwood (2012) Introduction: volunteered geographic information, the exaflood, and the growing digital divide. In D.Z. Sui, S. Elwood, and M.F. Goodchild, editors, Crowdsourcing Geographic Knowledge: Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) in Theory and Practice, pp. 1–14. New York: Springer. [533]

M.F. Goodchild (2012) Foreword. In A. Mitchell, The Esri Guide to GIS Analysis Volume 3: Modeling Suitability, Movement, and Interaction. Redlands, CA: Esri Press. [532]

N. Li, R. Raskin, M.F. Goodchild, and K. Janowicz (2012) An ontology-driven framework and Web portal for spatial decision support. Transactions in GIS 16(3): 313–330. [531]

M.F. Goodchild, H. Guo, A. Annoni, L. Bian, K. de Bie, F. Campbell, M. Craglia, M. Ehlers, J. van Genderen, D. Jackson, A.J. Lewis, M. Pesaresi, G. Remetey-Fülöpp, R. Simpson, A. Skidmore, C. Wang, and P. Woodgate (2012) Next-generation Digital Earth. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109(28): 11088–11094. [530]

G. Cao, P.C. Kyriakidis, and M.F. Goodchild (2011) A multinomial logistic mixed model for the prediction of categorical spatial data. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 25(12): 2071-2086. [529]

M.F. Goodchild (2012) Geographic information systems. In A. Hastings and L.J. Gross, editors, Encyclopedia of Theoretical Ecology, pp. 341–345. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press [528]

S. Elwood, M.F. Goodchild, and D.Z. Sui (2012) Researching volunteered geographic information: spatial data, geographic research, and new social practice. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 102(3): 571–590. [527]

M.F. Goodchild and L. Li (2012) Assuring the quality of volunteered geographic information. Spatial Statistics 1: 110–120. DOI: 10.1016/j.spasta.2012.03.002 [526]

W. Li, M.F. Goodchild, and R. Raskin (2012) Towards geospatial semantic search: exploiting latent semantic relations in geospatial data. International Journal of Digital Earth, DOI:10.1080/17538947.2012.674561 [525]

M.F. Goodchild (2012) The future of Digital Earth. Annals of GIS 18(2): 93–98. DOI: 10.1080/19475683.2012.668561 [524]

W. Li, R. Raskin, and M.F. Goodchild (2012) Semantic similarity measurement based on knowledge mining: an artificial neural net approach. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 26(7-8: 1415–1436. DOI:10.1080/13658816.2011.635595 [523]

D. Hardy, J. Frew, and M.F. Goodchild (2012) Volunteered geographic information production as a spatial process. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 26(7-8): 1191–1212. DOI 10.1080/13658816.2011.629618. [522]

G. Cao, P.C. Kyriakidis, and M.F. Goodchild (2011) Combining spatial transition probabilities for stochastic simulation of categorical fields. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 25(10–12): 1773–1792. [521]

M. Craglia, K. de Bie, D. Jackson, M. Pesaresi, G. Remetey-Fülöpp, C. Wang, A. Annoni, L. Bian, F. Campbell, M. Ehlers, J. van Genderen, M. Goodchild, H. Guo, A. Lewis, R. Simpson, A. Skidmore, and P. Woodgate (2012) Digital Earth 2020: towards the vision for the next decade. International Journal of Digital Earth 5(1): 4–21. [520]

M.F. Goodchild (2011) Spatial thinking and the GIS user interface. Procedia Social and Behavioral Sciences 21: 3–9. [519]

M.F. Goodchild (2012) Preface. In D.J. Unwin, K.E. Foote, N.J. Tate, and D. DiBiase, editors, Teaching Geographic Information Science and Technology, pp. xv–xvi. Chichester, UK: Wiley. [517]

D. Sui and M.F. Goodchild (2011) The convergence of GIS and social media: Challenges for GIScience. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 25(11): 1737-1748. [516]

M.F. Goodchild (2012) Geographic information systems. Chapter 84 in W.S. Bainbridge, editor, Leadership in Science and Technology. 2: 238–245. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. [515]

J. Gallo and M.F. Goodchild (2012) Mapping uncertainty in conservation assessment as a means toward improved conservation planning and implementation. Society and Natural Resources 25(1): 22–36. [513]

Q. Guan, P.C. Kyriakidis, and M.F. Goodchild (2011) A parallel computing approach to fast geostatistical areal interpolation. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 25(8): 1241–1267. [512]

M.F. Goodchild (2011) GIS/GPS. In G.A Barnett, editor, Encyclopedia of Social Networks. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. [511]

L. Li and M.F. Goodchild (2011) An optimisation model for linear feature matching in geographical data conflation. International Journal of Image and Data Fusion 2(4): 309–328. [510]

L. Li and M.F. Goodchild (2010) The role of social networks in emergency management: a research Agenda. International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management (IJISCRAM) 2(4): 49–59. [509]

C. Yang, M.F. Goodchild, Q. Huang, D. Nebert, R. Raskin, Y. Xue, M. Bambacus, and D. Faye (2011) Spatial cloud computing: how can the geospatial sciences use and help shape cloud computing? International Journal of Digital Earth 4(4): 305–329. [508]

D.G. Janelle and M.F. Goodchild (2011) Concepts, principles, tools, and challenges in spatially integrated social science. In T.L. Nyerges, H. Couclelis, and R. McMaster, editors, The SAGE Handbook of GIS and Society, pp. 27–45. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. [507]

M.F. Goodchild (2011) Scale in GIS: An overview. Geomorphology 130: 5–9. [506]

M.F. Goodchild (2011) Challenges in geographical information science. Proceedings of the Royal Society A 467(2133): 2431–2443. [505]

P.A. Longley, M.F. Goodchild, D.J. Maguire, and D.W. Rhind (2011) Geographical Information Systems and Science. Third Edition. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. [504]

G. Cao, P. Kyriakidis, and M.F. Goodchild (2009) Prediction and simulation in categorical fields. Proceedings of the 17th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (GIS '09), pp. 496–499. [503]

M.F. Goodchild (2011) Formalizing place in geographic information systems. In L.M. Burton, S.P. Kemp, M.-C. Leung, S.A. Matthews, and D.T. Takeuchi, editors, Communities, Neighborhoods, and Health: Expanding the Boundaries of Place, pp. 21–35. New York: Springer. [502]

M.F. Goodchild (2011) Geographical information systems laboratory. In J.A. Agnew and D.N. Livingstone, editors, The SAGE Handbook of Geographical Knowledge, pp. 126–136. Los Angeles: SAGE. [501]

M.F. Goodchild (2011) Looking forward: five thoughts on the future of GIS. ArcWatch (February). [500]

M.F. Goodchild (2011) Information technology as mega-engineering: the impact of GIS. In S.D. Brunn, editor, Engineering Earth, pp. 37–47. New York: Springer. [499]

M.F. Goodchild (2010) Towards GeoDesign: Repurposing cartography and GIS? Cartographic Perspectives 66 (Fall 2010): 7–22. [498]

L. Liang, B. Xu, Y. Chen, Y. Liu, W. Cao, L. Fang, L. Feng, M.F. Goodchild, and P. Gong (2010) Combining spatial-temporal and phylogenetic analysis approaches for improved understanding on global H5N1 transmission. PLoS ONE 5(10): e13575. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0013575. [497]

M.F. Goodchild (2010) National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. In B.Warf, editor, Encyclopedia of Geography. Los Angeles: SAGE. [496]

M.F. Goodchild and J.A. Glennon (2010) Crowdsourcing geographic information for disaster response: a research frontier. International Journal of Digital Earth 3(3): 231–241. [495]

M.F. Goodchild (2010) Twenty years of progress: GIScience in 2010. Journal of Spatial Information Science 1: 3–20. [494]

M.F. Goodchild (2010) Geographic information systems. In B. Gomez and J.P. Jones III, editors, Research Methods in Geography. Chichester, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 376–391. [493]

C. Yang, R. Raskin, M. Goodchild, and M.F. Gahegan (2010) Geospatial cyberinfrastructure: past, present and future. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems [492]

E. Pultar, T.J. Cova, M. Yuan, and M.F. Goodchild (2010) EDGIS: a dynamic GIS based on space time points. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 24(3–4): 329–346 [491]

M.F. Goodchild (2010) Foreword. In S. Roche and C. Caron, editors, Organizational Facets of GIS, pp. xiii–xviii. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. [490]

M.F. Goodchild (2010) Whose hand on the tiller? Revisiting "Spatial Statistical Analysis and GIS". In L. Anselin and S.J. Rey, editors, Perspectives on Spatial Data Analysis, pp. 49–60. New York: Springer. [489]

M.F. Goodchild (2010) Spatial analysis and modeling. In J.D. Bossler, editor, Manual of Geospatial Science and Technology, pp. 575–592. Boca Raton: CRC Press. [488]

M.F. Goodchild and D.G. Janelle (2010) Toward critical spatial thinking in the social sciences and humanities. GeoJournal 75(1): 3–13. [487]

D.G. Janelle and M.F. Goodchild (2010) Clickstream mapping of scientific activity—opportunity and caution. Footnotes 38(1). [486]

Y. Liu, Q.H. Guo, J. Wieczorek, and M.F. Goodchild (2009) Positioning localities based on spatial assertions. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 23(11–12): 1471–1502. [485]

M.F. Goodchild (2009) Geographic information systems and science: today and tomorrow. Procedia Earth and Planetary Science (Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Mining Science and Technology) 1: 1037–1043. [484]

M.F. Goodchild (2009) Geographic information systems and science: today and tomorrow. Annals of GIS 15(1): 3–9. [483]

M.F. Goodchild (2009) Field-based spatial modeling; geographic information system; spatial data analysis. In L. Liu and M Tarner Özsu, editors, Encyclopedia of Database Systems. New York: Springer. [482]

N. Schuurman (2009) An interview with Michael Goodchild: GIScience and social reordering in the new millennium. The Information Society: An International Journal 25(5): 360–363. [481]

D.G. Janelle, S.R. Hespanha, F.M. Goodchild, and M.F. Goodchild (2009) Workshops and national dissemination of geographic analysis in the social sciences: the CSISS experience in the USA. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 33 (Supplement 1): S88–S103. [480]

M.F. Goodchild (2009) What problem? Spatial autocorrelation and geographic information science. Geographical Analysis 41(4): 411–417. [479]

M.F. Goodchild (2009) The quality of geospatial context. In K. Rothermel, D. Fritsch, W. Blochinger, and F. Dürr, editors, Quality of Context: First International Workshop, QuaCon 2009, Stuttgart, Germany. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5786, pp. 15–24. Berlin: Springer. [478]

E. Pultar, M. Raubal, T.J. Cova, and M.F. Goodchild (2009) Dynamic GIS case studies: wildfire evacuation and volunteered geographic information. Transactions in GIS 13 (Supplement 1): 85–104. [477]

D.G. Janelle and M.F. Goodchild (2009) Location across disciplines: reflections on the CSISS experience. In H.J. Scholten, R. van de Velde, and N. van Manen, editors, Geospatial Technology and the Role of Location in Science, pp. 15–29. Amsterdam: Springer Netherlands. [475]

M.F. Goodchild (2009) 029 GIScience and Systems; 034 GIS and Cartography; 438 First Law of Geography; 503 Quantitative Methodologies; 553 Uncertainty. In R. Kitchin and M. Thrift, editors, International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. New York: Springer. [474]

M.F. Goodchild (2009) Modeling the earth: A short history. In M. Dodge, R. Kitchin, and C. Perkins, editors, Rethinking Maps: New Frontiers in Cartographic Theory, pp. 83–96. New York: Routledge. [473]

M.F. Goodchild (2009) Virtual geographic environments as collective constructions. In H. Lin and M. Batty, editors, Virtual Geographic Environments, pp. 15–24. Beijing: Science Press. [472]

M.F. Goodchild (2009) Location-based services. In M. Madden, editor, Manual of Geographic Information Systems, pp. 779–786. Bethesda, MD: American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. [471]

P.A. Longley, M.F. Goodchild, D.J. Maguire, and D.W. Rhind (2009) Geographic information science. In M. Madden, editor, Manual of Geographic Information Systems, pp. 19–24. Bethesda, MD: American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. [470]

M.F. Goodchild (2009) Challenges in spatial analysis. In A.S. Fotheringham and P.A. Rogerson, editors, The SAGE Handbook of Spatial Analysis, pp. 465–480. Los Angeles: SAGE. [469]

M.F. Goodchild (2009) Neogeography and the nature of geographic expertise. Journal of Location Based Services 3(2): 82–96.. [468]

M.F. Goodchild (2009) Peter Burrough: a research appreciation. Transactions in GIS 13(3): 247–252. [467]

M.F. Goodchild, J.-X. Zhang, and P. Kyriakidis (2009) Discriminant models of uncertainty in nominal fields. Transactions in GIS 13(1): 7–23. [466]

E. Pultar, M. Raubal, and M. Goodchild (2008) GEDMWA: Geospatial Exploratory Data Mining Web Agent. In W. Aref, M. Mokbel, H. Samet, M. Schneider, C. Shahabi, and O. Wolfson, editors, 16th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (ACM GIS 2008), Irvine, CA, USA , pp. 499-502. [465]

M.F. Goodchild (2009) Putting research into practice. In A. Stein, W. Shi, and W. Bijker, editors, Quality Aspects of Spatial Data Mining. Boca Raton: CRC Press, pp. 345–356. [464]

P.A. Longley and M.F. Goodchild (2008) The use of geodemographics to improve public service delivery. In J. Hartley, C. Donaldson, C. Skelcher, and M. Wallace, editors, Managing to Improve Public Services. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 176–194. [463]

Y. Deng, M.F. Goodchild, and X. Chen (2008) Using NDVI to define thermal south in several mountainous landscapes of California. Computers and Geosciences 35: 327–336. [462]

M.F. Goodchild (2008) spatial@ucsb: a new kind of campus GIS center? ArcNews (Fall) and ArcWatch (October). [461]

M. Craglia, M.F. Goodchild, A. Annoni, G. Camara, M. Gould, W. Kuhn, D.M. Mark, I. Masser, D.J. Maguire, S. Liang, E. Parsons (2008) Next-generation Digital Earth. A position paper from the Vespucci Initiative for the Advancement of Geographic Information Science. International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructure Research 3: 146–167. [460]

T.J. Cova, H.J. Miller, K. Beard, A.U. Frank, and M.F. Goodchild, editors, (2008) Geographic Information Science. Proceedings, 5th International Conference, GIScience 2008, Park City, UT, September. [459]

M.F. Goodchild (2008) Commentary: whither VGI? GeoJournal 72: 239–244. [458]

M.F. Goodchild (2008) Geospatial technologies and homeland security: Challenges and opportunities. In D.Z. Sui, editor, Geospatial Technologies and Homeland Security: Research Frontiers and Future Challenges, pp. 345–353. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. [457]

M.F. Goodchild and L.L. Hill (2008) Introduction to digital gazetteer reseearch. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 22(10): 1039–1044. [456]

M.F. Goodchild (2008) Statistical perspectives on geographic information science. Geographical Analysis 40(3): 310–325. [455]

M.F. Goodchild (2008) Assertion and authority: the science of user-generated geographic content. Proceedings of the Colloquium for Andrew U. Frank's 60th Birthday. GeoInfo 39. Department of Geoinformation and Cartography, Vienna University of Technology. [454]

M.F. Goodchild (2008) Spatial accuracy 2.0. In J.-X. Zhang and M.F. Goodchild, editors, Spatial Uncertainty, Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Volume 1. Liverpool: World Academic Union, pp. 1–7. [453]

J.-X. Zhang and M.F. Goodchild, editors (2008) Spatial Uncertainty. Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Volume 1. Liverpool: World Academic Union. [452]

Y. Liu, M.F. Goodchild, Q. Guo, Y. Tian, and L. Wu (2008) Towards a general field model and its order in GIS. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 22(6): 623–643. [451]

M.F. Goodchild (2008) Theoretical Geography (1962): William Bunge. In P. Hubbard, R. Kitchin, and G. Valentine, editors, Key Texts in Human Geography. Los Angeles: SAGE, pp. 9–16. [450]

X.H. Liu, P.C. Kyriakidis, and M.F. Goodchild (2008) Population-density estimation using regression and area-to-point kriging. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 22(4–5): 431–447. [449]

M.F. Goodchild and A. Glennon (2008) Representation and computation of geographic dynamics. In K.S. Hornsby and M. Yuan, editors, Understanding Dynamics of Geographic Domains. Boca Raton: CRC Press, pp. 13–30. [448]

M.F. Goodchild (2008) Epilogue: Intelligent systems for GIScience: Where next? A GIScience perspective. In P. Agarwal and A. Skupin, editors, Self-Organizing Maps: Applications in Geographic Information Science. Chichester: Wiley, pp. 195–199. [447]

K. Grossner, K.C. Clarke, and M.F. Goodchild (2008) Defining a Digital Earth system. Transactions in GIS 12(1): 145–160. [446]

M.F. Goodchild (2008) Foreword; Imprecision and Spatial Uncertainty; Spatial Data Analysis. In S. Shekhar and Hui Xiong, editors, Encyclopedia of GIS. New York: Springer. [445]

M.F. Goodchild (2008) The use cases of digital earth. International Journal of Digital Earth 1(1): 31–42. [444]

M.F. Goodchild (2008) Digital earth; geographic information science; spatial autocorrelation; National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. In K.K. Kemp, editor, Encyclopedia of Geographic Information Science. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE. [443]

M.F. Goodchild (2008) Combining space and time: new potential for temporal GIS. In A.K. Knowles, editor, Placing History: How Maps, Spatial Data, and GIS Are Changing Historical Scholarship. Redlands, CA: ESRI Press, pp. 179–198. [442]

M.F. Goodchild (2007) Citizens as sensors: the world of volunteered geography. GeoJournal 69(4): 211-221. Reprinted in M. Dodge, R. Kitchin, and C. Perkins, editors, The Map Reader: Theories of Mapping Practice and Cartographic Representation, pp. 370–378. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. [441]

M.J. de Smith, M.F. Goodchild, and P.A. Longley (2007) Geospatial Analysis: A Comprehensive Guide to Principles, Techniques and Software Tools. Second Edition. Winchelsea: Winchelsea Press. [440]

M.F. Goodchild (2007) Citizens as sensors: Web 2.0 and the volunteering of geographic information. Geofocus 7: 8–10. [439]

M.F. Goodchild (2008) Geographic information science: the grand challenges. In J.P. Wilson and A.S. Fotheringham, editors, The Handbook of Geographic Information Science. Malden, MA: Blackwell, pp. 596–608. [438]

M.F. Goodchild (2007) Citizens as voluntary sensors: spatial data infrastructure in the world of Web 2.0. International Journal of Spatial Data Infrastructures Research 2: 24–32. [437]

M.F. Goodchild (2007) The Morris Hansen Lecture 2006: Statistical perspectives on social science. Journal of Official Statistics 23(3): 1–15. [436]

M.F. Goodchild (2007) Towards user-centric description of data quality. Proceedings,Spatial Data Quality 2007 (International Symposium on Spatial DataQuality), Enschede, Netherlands, June 13-15. [435]

M.F. Goodchild (2007) Geography prospers from GIS. ArcWatch (April). [434]

M.F. Goodchild, M. Yuan, and T.J. Cova (2007) Towards a general theory of geographic representation in GIS. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 21(3): 239–260. [433]

M.F. Goodchild (2007) Recognition of GIS critical. GIM International 21(4). [432]

P.A. Longley, M.F. Goodchild, D.J. Maguire, and D.W. Rhind (2006) GIS: Teoria i Praktyka. Translated by A. Magnuszewski. Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Pwm. [431]

M.F. Goodchild, P. Fu, and P. Rich (2007) Sharing geographic information: an assessment of the Geospatial One-Stop. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 97(2): 249–265. [430]

M.F. Goodchild (2006) The fourth R: rethinking GIS education. ArcNews 28(3): 1. [429]

M.J. de Smith, M.F. Goodchild, and P.A. Longley (2006) Geospatial Analysis: A Comprehensive Guide to Principles, Techniques and Software Tools. Winchelsea, UK: Winchelsea Press. [428]

M. Rice, M.F. Goodchild, and K.C. Clarke (2005) Cartographic data precision and information content. In Proceedings of Auto-Carto 2005: A Research Symposium. Las Vegas, Nevada, March 18-23. [427]

M.F. Goodchild (2006) GIScience ten years after Ground Truth. Transactions in GIS 10(5): 687–692. [426]

P. Kyriakidis and M.F. Goodchild (2006) On the prediction error variance of three common spatial interpolation schemes. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 20(8): 823–856. [425]

M.F. Goodchild (2006) Geographical information science: fifteen years later. In P.F. Fisher, editor, Classics from IJGIS: Twenty years of the International Journal of Geographical Information Science and Systems. Boca Raton: CRC Press, pp. 199–204. [424]

M. Raubal, H.J. Miller, A.U. Frank, and M.F. Goodchild, editors (2006) Geographic Information Science: Fourth International Conference, GIScience 2006, Münster, Germany, September: Extended Abstracts. Institut für Geoinformatik, Universität Münster. [423]

M. Raubal, H.J. Miller, A.U. Frank, and M.F. Goodchild, editors (2006) Geographic Information Science. Fourth International Conference, GIScience 2006, Münster, Germany, September, Proceedings. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 4197. New York: Springer. [422]

M.F. Goodchild (2006) Afterword - and now to bed. In D.Z. Sui and M. Ball, editors, Geospatial Matters: Exploring the Implications of a Digital Earth. San Francisco: GeoTec Media, pp. 256–259. [421]

M.F. Goodchild (2006) Foreword. In R. Devillers and R. Jeansoulin, editors, Fundamentals of Spatial Data Quality. Newport Beach, CA: ISTE, pp. 13–16. [420]

M.F. Goodchild (2006) GIS and disasters: planning for catastrophe. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 30(3): 227–229. [419]

M.F. Goodchild (2006) Time, space, and GIS. Past Place: The Newsletter of the Historical Geography Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers 14(2): 8–9. [418]

M.F. Goodchild (2005) From Vespucci to GIS. Memorie Geografiche 5: 391–405. [417]

M.F. Goodchild (2005) Preface. In A. Mitchell, The ESRI Guide to GIS Analysis. Volume 2: Spatial Measurements and Statistics. Redlands, CA: ESRI Press. [416]

M.F. Goodchild, P.C. Kyriakidis, P. Schneider, and J. Sifuentes (2005) Uncertainty and interoperability: the areal interpolation problem. In L. Wu, W. Shi, Y. Fang, and Q. Tong, editors, Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality (ISSDQ 05), Beijing, August 25–26, 2005. [415]

M.F. Goodchild (2005) GIS and modeling overview. In D.J. Maguire, M. Batty, and M.F. Goodchild, editors, GIS, Spatial Analysis, and Modeling. Redlands, CA: ESRI Press, pp. 1–18. [414]

D.J. Maguire, M. Batty, and M.F. Goodchild, editors (2005) GIS, Spatial Analysis, and Modeling. Redlands, CA: ESRI Press. [413]

P.A. Longley, M.F. Goodchild, D.J. Maguire, and D.W. Rhind (2005) Geographic Information Systems and Science. Second Edition. New York: Wiley. [412]

C.J. Legleiter and M.F. Goodchild (2005) Alternative representations of in-stream habitat: classification using remote sensing, hydrologic modeling, and fuzzy logic. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 19(1): 29–50. [411]

M.F. Goodchild (2004) GIScience, geography, form, and process. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 94(4): 709–714. [410]

M.F. Goodchild (2004) A general framework for error analysis in measurement-based GIS. Journal of Geographical Systems 6(4): 323–324. [409]

Y. Leung, J.-H. Ma, and M.F. Goodchild (2004) A general framework for error analysis in measurement-based GIS Part 1: The basic measurement-error model and related concepts. Journal of Geographical Systems 6(4): 325–354. [408]

Y. Leung, J.-H. Ma, and M.F. Goodchild (2004) A general framework for error analysis in measurement-based GIS Part 2: The algebra-based probability model for point-in-polygon analysis. Journal of Geographical Systems 6(4): 355–379. [407]

Y. Leung, J.-H. Ma, and M.F. Goodchild (2004) A general framework for error analysis in measurement-based GIS Part 3: Error analysis in intersections and overlays. Journal of Geographical Systems 6(4): 381–402. [406]

Y. Leung, J.-H. Ma, and M.F. Goodchild (2004) A general framework for error analysis in measurement-based GIS Part 4: Error analysis in length and area measurements. Journal of Geographical Systems 6(4): 403 –428. [405]

M.F. Goodchild (2005) Geographic information systems. In Encyclopedia of Social Measurement 2: 107–113. [404]

M.F. Goodchild (2004) What is education doing in the academy? Geo-spatial technologies in higher education. In J. Thurston, editor, Yearly Focus 2004/2005: GIS, GPS and Mapping. Emmelord, Netherlands: CMedia Productions. [403]

M.F. Goodchild (2004) Geographic information systems. In W.S. Bainbridge, editor, Berkshire Encyclopedia of Human–Computer Interaction: When Science Fiction Becomes Science Fact. Great Barrington, MA: Berkshire Publishing Group, pp. 281–288. [401]

M.F. Goodchild, D.M. Johnston, D.J. Maguire, and V.T. Noronha (2004) Distributed and mobile computing. In R.B. McMaster and E.L. Usery, editors, A Research Agenda for Geographic Information Science. Boca Raton: CRC Press, pp. 257–286. [400]

M.F. Goodchild (2004) Preface. In R.B. McMaster and E.L. Usery, editors, A Research Agenda for Geographic Information Science. Boca Raton: CRC Press. [399]

M.F. Goodchild (2004) Foreword. In L. Anselin, R.J.G.M. Florax, and S.J. Rey, editors, Advances in Spatial Econometrics: Methodology, Tools and Applications. New York: Springer, pp. ix–x. [398]

P.C. Kyriakidis, X. Liu, and M.F. Goodchild (2004) Geostatistical mapping of thematic classification uncertainty. In R.S. Lunetta and J.G. Lyon, editors, Remote Sensing and GIS Accuracy Assessment. Boca Raton: CRC Press, pp. 145–162. Also published in R.S. Lunetta and J.G. Lyon, editors, Geospatial Data Accuracy Assessment. Report EPA/600/R-03/064. Washington, DC: Environmental Protection Agency, pp. 171–190. [397]

M.F. Goodchild (2004) Social sciences: interest in GIS grows. ArcNews 26(1):1-4. [396]

M.F. Goodchild (2004) Desafios à matemática na geografia. In M.P.S. de Oliveira, editor, Teias Matemáticas: Frentes na Ciência e na Sociedade. Coimbra, Portugal: Imprensa da Universidade de Coimbra, pp. 121–140. [395]

M.F. Goodchild (2004) The Alexandria Digital Library: review, assessment, and prospects. D-Lib Magazine 10(5). [394]

M.F. Goodchild (2004) The validity and usefulness of laws in geographic information science and geography. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 94(2) 300–303. [393]

M.F. Goodchild and D.G. Janelle (2004) Thinking spatially in the social sciences. In M.F. Goodchild and D.G. Janelle, editors, Spatially Integrated Social Science. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 3–22. [391]

M.F. Goodchild and D.G. Janelle, editors (2004) Spatially Integrated Social Science. New York: Oxford University Press. [390]

M.F. Goodchild (2004) Scales of cybergeography. In E. Sheppard and R.B. McMaster, editors, Scale and Geographic Inquiry: Nature, Society, and Method. Malden, MA: Blackwell, pp. 154–169. [389]

M.F. Goodchild (2003) Geographic information science and systems for environmental management. Annual Reviews of Environment and Resources 28: 493–519. [388]

M.F. Goodchild and R.P. Haining (2004) GIS and spatial data analysis: converging perspectives. Papers in Regional Science 83: 363–385. [387]

S.J. Crosier, M.F. Goodchild, L.L. Hill, and T.R. Smith (2003) Developing an infrastructure for sharing environmental models. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 30: 487–501. [386]

D.Z. Sui and M.F. Goodchild (2003) A tetradic analysis of GIS and society using McLuhan's law of the media. Canadian Geographer 47(1): 5–17. [385]

D.R. Montello, M.F. Goodchild, J. Gottsegen, and P. Fohl (2003) Where's downtown? Behavioral methods for determining referents of vague spatial queries. Spatial Cognition and Computation 3(2,3): 185–204. [383]

M.-P. Kwan, D.G. Janelle, and M.F. Goodchild (2003) Accessibility in space and time: a theme in spatially integrated social science. Journal of Geographical Systems 5(1): 1–4. [382]

M.F. Goodchild and J. Zhou (2003) Finding geographic information: collection-level metadata. GeoInformatica 7(2): 95–112. [381]

J.C.J.H. Aerts, M.F. Goodchild, and G.B. M. Heuvelink (2003) Accounting for spatial uncertainty in optimization with spatial decision support systems. Transactions in GIS 7(2): 211–230. [380]

M.F. Goodchild (2003) Data modeling for emergencies. In S.L. Cutter, D.B. Richardson, and T.J. Wilbanks, editors, The Geographical Dimensions of Terrorism. New York: Routledge, pp. 105–110. [379]

M.F. Goodchild (2003) Geospatial data in emergencies. In S.L. Cutter, D.B. Richardson, and T.J. Wilbanks, editors, The Geographical Dimensions of Terrorism. New York: Routledge, pp. 99–104. [378]

Y. Leung, J.-H. Ma, and M.F. Goodchild (2003) A general framework for error analysis in measurement-based GIS: a summary. In W. Shi, M.F. Goodchild, and P.F. Fisher, editors, Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Polytechnic University, pp. 23–33. [377]

M.F. Goodchild (2003) Models for uncertainty in area-class maps. In W. Shi, M.F. Goodchild, and P.F. Fisher, editors, Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Polytechnic University, pp. 1–9. [376]

S. Nusser, L. Miller, K.C. Clarke, and M.F. Goodchild (2003) Geospatial IT for mobile field data collection. Communications of the Association for Computing Machinery 46(1): 63–64. [375]

M.F. Goodchild (2003) The nature and value of geographic information. In M. Duckham, M.F. Goodchild, and M.F. Worboys, editors, Foundations of Geographic Information Science. New York: Taylor and Francis, pp. 19–32. [374]

M. Duckham, M.F. Goodchild, and M.F. Worboys, editors (2003) Foundations of Geographic Information Science. New York: Taylor and Francis. [373]

M.F. Goodchild (2003) GIS: Finding the mainstream. GIS Development: The Asian GIS Monthly 7(1): 8–15. [372]

T. Berger, M.F. Goodchild, M.A. Janssen, S.M. Manson, R. Najlis, and D.C. Parker (2002) Part 2: Methodological considerations for agent-based modeling of land-use and land-cover change. In Agent-Based Models of Land-Use and Land-Cover Change: Report and Review of an International Workshop, Irvine, CA, October 4–7, 2001. LUCC Report Series No 6. Bloomington: Indiana University, Anthropological Center for Training and Research on Global Environmental Change. [371]

M.F. Goodchild (2002) Finding the mainstream. Proceedings, E-Futures: Into the Mainstream, a Joint AURISA and Institute of Surveyors Australia Conference. CD [370]

M.F. Goodchild (2001) Geographic information systems. In N.J. Smelser and P.B. Baltes, editors, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Oxford: Pergamon, pp. 6175–6182. [368]

M.F. Goodchild (2002) Introduction to Part I: Theoretical models for uncertain GIS. In W. Shi, P.F. Fisher, and M.F. Goodchild, editors, Spatial Data Quality. New York: Taylor and Francis, pp. 1–4. [367]

W. Shi, P.F. Fisher, and M.F. Goodchild, editors (2002) Spatial Data Quality. New York: Taylor and Francis. [366] 

M.F. Goodchild (2002) Measurement-based GIS. In W. Shi, P.F. Fisher, and M.F. Goodchild, editors, Spatial Data Quality. New York: Taylor and Francis, pp. 5–17. [365]

T.J. Cova and M.F. Goodchild (2002) Extending geographical representation to include fields of spatial objects. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 16(6): 509–532. [364]

M.F. Goodchild (2002) Preface. In J.M. Scott, P.J. Heglund, M.L. Morrison, and others, editors, Predicting Species Occurrences: Issues of Accuracy and Scale. Washington, DC: Island Press, pp. xv–xvii. [362]

M.F. Goodchild (2002) Foreword. In W.J. Craig, T.M. Harris, and E. Weiner, editors, Community Participation and Geographic Information Systems. New York: Taylor and Francis, pp. xix–xxiii. [361]

M.F. Goodchild and K.C. Clarke (2002) Data quality in massive data sets. In J. Abello, P.M. Pardalos, and M.G.C. Resende, editors, Handbook of Massive Data Sets. Dordrecht: Kluwer, pp. 643–660. [360]

M.F. Goodchild (2002) MapFusion for GIS interoperability. Geospatial Solutions 12(4): 48–51. [359]

A.M. Shortridge and M.F. Goodchild (2002) Geometric probability and GIS: some applications for the statistics of intersections. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 16(3): 227–243. [358]

J.X. Zhang and M.F. Goodchild (2002) Uncertainty in Geographical Information. New York: Taylor and Francis. [357]

M.F. Goodchild (2001) The digital city: inventory and prospect. In Urban Geoinformatics: 2001 International Conference Proceedings, School of Urban Studies, Wuhan University. Wuhan: Publishing House of Surveying and Mapping, pp. 248–257. [356]

M.J. Ungerer and M.F. Goodchild (2002) Integrating spatial data analysis and GIS: a new implementation using the Component Object Model (COM). International Journal of Geographical Information Science 16(1): 41–54. [355]

M.F. Goodchild (2001) Geographic information system. In A. Goudie, editor, Encyclopedia of Global Change. New York: Oxford University Press. [354]

M.F. Goodchild (2001) Metrics of scale in remote sensing and GIS. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 3(2): 114–120. [353]

M.F. Goodchild (2002) Spatial analysis and modeling. In J.D. Bossler, J.R. Jensen, R.B. McMaster, and C. Rizos, editors, Manual of Geospatial Science and Technology. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. 482–499. [352]

M.F. Goodchild (2001) Models of scale and scales of modelling. In N.J. Tate and P.M. Atkinson, editors, Modelling Scale in Geographical Information Science. Chichester, UK: Wiley, pp. 3–10. [351]

M.F. Goodchild (2001) A geographer looks at spatial information theory. In D.R. Montello, editor, Spatial Information Theory: Foundations for Geographic Information Science: Proceedings of the International Conference COSIT 2001, Morro Bay, CA, September. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2205. Berlin: Springer, pp. 1–13. [350]

M.F. Goodchild (2001) Foreword. In R. Krzanowski and J. Raper, Spatial Evolutionary Modeling. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. vii–ix. [349]

D.Z. Sui and M.F. Goodchild (2001) Guest Editorial: GIS as media? International Journal of Geographical Information Science 15(5): 387–389. [348]

M.F. Goodchild and E.J. Case (2001) Introduction. In C.T. Hunsaker, M.F. Goodchild, M.A. Friedl, and E.J. Case, editors, Spatial Uncertainty in Ecology: Implications for Remote Sensing and GIS Applications. New York: Springer, pp. 3–14. [347]

C.T. Hunsaker, M.F. Goodchild, M.A. Friedl, and E.J. Case, editors (2001) Spatial Uncertainty in Ecology: Implications for Remote Sensing and GIS Applications. New York: Springer. [346]

L.L. Hill, S.J. Crosier, T.R. Smith, and M.F. Goodchild (2001) A content standard for computational models. D-Lib Magazine 7(6). [345]

P.A. Longley, M.F. Goodchild, D.J. Maguire, and D.W. Rhind (2001) Geographic Information Systems and Science. New York: Wiley. [344]

M.N. Khan, M.T. Odman, H. Karimi, and M.F. Goodchild (2000) Developing and integrating advanced GIS techniques in an adaptive grid air quality model to reduce uncertainty. Proceedings, 4th International Conference on Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling (GIS/EM4): Problems, Prospects and Research Needs. Banff, Alberta, Canada, September 2 - 8, 2000. http://www.Colorado.EDU/research/cires/banff. [343]

V. Noronha and M.F. Goodchild (2000) Map accuracy and location expression in transportation - reality and prospects. Transportation Research C Special Issue on GIS-T 8: 53–69. [342]

M.F. Goodchild (2001) Foreword to Nadine Schuurman, Critical GIS: Theorizing an Emerging Science. Cartographica 53: 3–4. [341]

M.F. Goodchild (2001) Towards a location theory of distributed computing and e-commerce. In T.R. Leinbach and S.D. Brunn, editors, Worlds of E-Commerce: Economic, Geographical and Social Dimensions. New York: Wiley, pp. 67–86. [340]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) Cartographic futures on a digital Earth. Cartographic Perspectives 36: 3–11. Reprinted in M. Dodge, R. Kitchin, and C. Perkins, editors, The Map Reader: Theories of Mapping Practice and Cartographic Representation, pp. 141–146. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. [339]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) Spatial analysis: methods and problems in land use management. In M.J. Hill and R.J. Aspinall, editors, Spatial Information for Land Use Management. Amsterdam: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers. [338]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) Geographic information system. In A. Ralston, E.D. Reilly, and D. Hemmendinger, editors, Encyclopedia of Computer Science. Fourth Edition. London: Nature Publishing Group, pp. 748–749. [337]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) GIS and transportation: status and challenges. GeoInformatica 4(2): 127–139. [336]

M.F. Goodchild and E.S. Sheppard (2000) Foreword. In D.G. Janelle and D.C. Hodge, editors, Information, Place, and Cyberspace: Issues in Accessibility. New York: Springer, pp. v–vi. [335]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) New horizons for the social sciences: geographic information systems. In Social Sciences for a Digital World: Building Infrastructure and Databases for the Future. Paris: Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, pp. 163–172. [334]

A.M. Shortridge and M.F. Goodchild (2000) Tile intersection probabilities for lines and areas in GIS. In G.B.M. Heuvelink and M.J.P.M. Lemmens, editors, Accuracy 2000: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Amsterdam, pp. 577–584. [333]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) Communicating geographic information in a digital age. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 90(2): 344–355. [332]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) Introduction: special issue on 'Uncertainty in geographic information systems'. Fuzzy Sets and Systems 113: 3–5. [331]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) First Impressions: SMSS 3.0 software, manage your metadata. Geo Info Systems 10(5): 43–45. [330]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) Perspective: Browsing metadata, where do we go from here? Geo Info Systems 10(5): 30–31. [329]

M.F. Goodchild, L. Anselin, R.P. Appelbaum, and B.H. Harthorn (2000) Toward spatially integrated social science. International Regional Science Review 23(2): 139–159. [328]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) The current status of GIS and spatial analysis. Journal of Geographical Systems 2: 5–10. [327]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) New horizons for the social sciences: geographic information systems. ISUMA: Canadian Journal of Policy Research 1(1): 158–161. [326]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) Communicating the results of accuracy assessment: metadata, digital libraries, and assessing fitness for use. In H.T. Mowrer and R.G. Congalton, editors, Quantifying Spatial Uncertainty in Natural Resources: Theory and Applications for GIS and Remote Sensing. Chelsea, MI: Ann Arbor Press, pp. 3–16. [325]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) Geographic information systems; Databases; Expert systems; Analogue; Artificial intelligence; Digital library; Digitising; Error propagation; Fractal; Geocoding; Geodemographics; Global Positioning System; Pixel; Quadtree; Raster; Relational database; Remote sensing; Spatial decision support systems; Topology; Vector data; Virtual reality. in R.J. Johnston, D. Gregory, G. Pratt, and M. Watts, editors, The Dictionary of Human Geography, 4th Edition. Oxford: Blackwell. [324]

M.F. Goodchild (2000) Foreword. In D. Wright and D. Bartlett, editors, Marine and Coastal Geographical Information Systems. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. xiii–xvi. [323]

M.F. Goodchild (1999) Implementing Digital Earth: a research agenda. In Guanhua Xu and Yuntai Chen, editors, Towards Digital Earth: Proceedings of the International Symposium on Digital Earth, Beijing, Vol 1, pp. 21–26. [322]

M.F. Goodchild, M.J. Egenhofer, K.K. Kemp, D.M. Mark, and E. Sheppard (1999) Introduction to the Varenius project. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 13(8): 731–745. [321]

G.J. Hunter, J. Qiu, and M.F. Goodchild (1999) Application of a new model of vector data uncertainty. In K. Lowell and A. Jaton, editors, Spatial Accuracy Assessment: Land Information Uncertainty in Natural Resources. Chelsea, Michigan: Ann Arbor Press, pp. 203–208. [320]

J. Gottsegen, D. Montello, and M.F. Goodchild (1999) A comprehensive model of uncertainty in spatial data. In K. Lowell and A. Jaton, editors, Spatial Accuracy Assessment: Land Information Uncertainty in Natural Resources. Chelsea, Michigan: Ann Arbor Press, pp. 175–182. [319]

C. Funk, K. Curtin, M.F. Goodchild, D. Montello, and V.T. Noronha (1999) Formulation and test of a model of positional distortion fields. In K. Lowell and A. Jaton, editors, Spatial Accuracy Assessment: Land Information Uncertainty in Natural Resources. Chelsea, Michigan: Ann Arbor Press, pp. 131–138. [318]

M.F. Goodchild, A.M. Shortridge, and P. Fohl (1999) Encapsulating simulation models with geospatial data sets. In K. Lowell and A. Jaton, editors, Spatial Accuracy Assessment: Land Information Uncertainty in Natural Resources. Chelsea, Michigan: Ann Arbor Press, pp. 123–130. [317]

P.C. Kyriakidis, A.M. Shortridge, and M.F. Goodchild (1999) Geostatistics for conflation and accuracy assessment of digital elevation models. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 13(7): 677–708. [316]

M.F. Goodchild (1999) Reflections of a past editor. Geographical Analysis 31(4): 328–331. [315]

M.F. Goodchild (1999) Preface. In A. Mitchell, The ESRI Guide to GIS Analysis. Redlands, CA: ESRI Press. [314]

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M.F. Goodchild (1999) Cartographic futures on a Digital Earth. Proceedings, International Cartographic Association, Ottawa. [312]

T.K. Windholz, K.M. Beard, and M.F. Goodchild (1999) Data quality: a model of resolvable objects. In W. Shi, M.F. Goodchild, and P.F. Fisher, editors, Proceedings, International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality, Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Polytechnic University, pp. 76–83. [311]

A.M. Shortridge and M.F. Goodchild (1999) Communicating uncertainty for global data sets. In W. Shi, M.F. Goodchild, and P.F. Fisher, editors, Proceedings, International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality, Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Polytechnic University, pp. 59–65. [310]

M.F. Goodchild (1999) Measurement-based GIS. In W. Shi, M.F. Goodchild, and P.F. Fisher, editors, Proceedings, International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality, Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Polytechnic University, pp. 1–9. [309]

V.T. Noronha, M.F. Goodchild, R.L. Church, and P. Fohl (1999) Location expression standards for ITS: testing the LRMS Cross Street Profile. Annals of Regional Science 33: 197–212. [308]

M.F. Goodchild (1999) GIS and Geography: elements of a debate. Yearbook of the Association of Pacific Coast Geographers 60: 150–157. [307]

P.A. Longley and M.F. Goodchild (1999) Modern geographic information systems and model linking. In A. Stein and F.W.T. Penning de Vries, editors, Data and Models in Action: Methodological Issues in Production Ecology. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 103–118. [306]

N. Schuurman (1999) An interview with Michael Goodchild, January 6, 1998, Santa Barbara, California. Environment and Planning D 17: 3–15. [304]

M.F. Goodchild, M.J. Egenhofer, R. Fegeas, and C.A. Kottman, editors (1999) Interoperating Geographic Information Systems. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers. [303]

M.F. Goodchild (1999) Multiple roles for GIS in global change research. In M. Craglia and H. Onsrud, editors, Geographic Information Research: Trans-Atlantic Perspectives. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. 277–296. [302]

P.A. Longley, M.F. Goodchild, D.J. Maguire, and D.W. Rhind (1999) Epilogue. In P.A. Longley, M.F. Goodchild, D.J. Maguire, and D.W. Rhind, editors, Geographical Information Systems: Principles, Techniques, Applications and Management. New York: Wiley, pp. 1009–1021. [301]

M.F. Goodchild and P.A. Longley (1999) The future of GIS and spatial analysis. In P.A. Longley, M.F. Goodchild, D.J. Maguire, and D.W. Rhind, editors, Geographical Information Systems: Principles, Techniques, Applications and Management. New York: Wiley, pp. 567–580. [300]

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M.F. Goodchild and R. Jeansoulin (1998) Editorial. Special Issue on Quality in GIS. Geoinformatica 2(3): 211–214. [297]

M.F. Goodchild (1998) Geomatics and geographic information science: trans-century directions and applications. In D. Li, J, Gong, and X. Chen, editors, Spatial Information Science, Technology and its Applications. Wuhan: Wuhan Technical University of Surveying and Mapping, 1: 304–311. [296]

D.G. Janelle, B. Klinkenberg, and M.F. Goodchild (1998) The temporal ordering of urban space and daily activity patterns for population role groups. Geographical Systems 5(1–2): 117–138. [295]

M.F. Goodchild (1998) Geographic information systems and disaggregate transportation modeling. Geographical Systems 5(1–2): 19–44. [294]

M.F. Goodchild (1998) Uncertainty: the Achilles heel of GIS? Geo Info Systems (November): 50–52. [293]

M.F. Goodchild (1998) Geographic information: systems or services? Intergovernmental Solutions Newsletter 5. [292]

M.F. Goodchild (1997) A GIS perspective. Proceedings, Atlantic Institute Think Tank V: Global Educational Paradigms in Geomatics/Geoinformation. Paris: Ecole Nationale des Sciences Geographiques, pp. 77–82. [291]

M.F. Goodchild (1998) Different data sources and diverse data structures: metadata and other solutions. In P.A. Longley, S.M. Brooks, R. McDonnell, and W. Macmillan (editors) Geocomputation: A Primer. London: Wiley, pp. 61–74. [290]

M.F. Goodchild (1998) Rediscovering the world through GIS: Prospects for a second age of geographical discovery. Proceedings, GISPlaNET 98, Lisbon. CD [289]

M.F. Goodchild (1998) Foreword. In A. Vckovski Interoperable and Distributed Processing in GIS. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. xv-xvii. [288]

M.F. Goodchild (1997) Towards a geography of geographic information in a digital world. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 21(6): 377–391. [287]

M.F. Goodchild (1998) The geolibrary. In S. Carver (editor) Innovations in GIS 5. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. 59–68. [286]

D.R. Montello, M.F. Goodchild, P. Fohl, and J. Gottsegen (1998) Fuzzy spatial queries in digital spatial data libraries. Proceedings, FUZZ-IEEE 98, 1998 World Congress on Computational Intelligence, Anchorage, Alaska. [285]

M.F. Goodchild (1998) Foreword. In G.B.M. Heuvelink Error Propagation in Environmental Modelling. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. ix-xi. [284]

M.F. Goodchild (1998) Algebra and information loss: a response to Kuhn. Geographical Systems 4(3): 277–281. [283]

R.L. Church, K.M. Curtin, P. Fohl, C. Funk, M.F. Goodchild, V.T. Noronha, and P. Kyriakidis (1998) Positional distortion in geographic data sets as a barrier to interoperation. Technical Papers, ACSM Annual Conference. Bethesda, MD: American Congress on Surveying and Mapping. [282]

M.F. Goodchild and R. Jeansoulin, editors (1998) Data Quality in Geographic Information. Paris: Éditions Hermes. [281]

M.F. Goodchild (1997) Preface (in Dutch). In P.H.J. Hendriks and H.F.L. Ottens (editors) Geografische Informatiesystemen in Ruimtelijk Onderzoek. Assen: van Gorcum. [279]

M.F. Goodchild (1997) What next? Reflections from the middle of the growth curve. In T.W. Foresman (editor) The History of Geographic Information Systems: Perspectives from the Pioneers. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall PTR, pp. 369–382. [278]

D.J. Wright and M.F. Goodchild (1997) Guest editorial: Data from the deep: implications for the GIS community. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 11(6): 523–528. [277]

C.R. Ehlschlaeger, A.M. Shortridge, and M.F. Goodchild (1997) Visualizing spatial data uncertainty using animation. Computers and Geosciences 23(4): 387–395. [276]

M.F. Goodchild and J. Proctor (1997) Scale in a digital geographic world. Geographical and Environmental Modelling 1(1): 5–23. [275]

M.F. Goodchild (1997) Modern GIS and model linking. In A. Stein, F.W.T. Penning de Vries, and J.W. Schut (editors) Data in Action: Proceedings of a Seminar Series. Quantitative Approaches in Systems Analysis No. 12. Wageningen: DLO Research Institute for Agrobiology and Soil Fertility, The C.T. de Wit Graduate School for Production Ecology. [274]

D.J. Wright, M.F. Goodchild, and J.D. Proctor (1997) Demystifying the persistent ambiguity of GIS as 'tool' versus 'science'. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 87(2): 346–362. [273]

D.J. Wright, M.F. Goodchild, and J.D. Proctor (1997) Reply: still hoping to turn that theoretical corner. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 87(2): 373. [272]

M.F. Goodchild (1996) I GIS e la ricerca geografica (in Italian). Geotema 6 (Realtà virtuali: nuove dimensioni dell' immaginazione geografica): 8–18. [271]

M.F. Goodchild (1997) GIS, spatial representation, and statistical mapping. In R.T. Aangeenbrug, P.E. Leaverton, T.J. Mason, and G.A. Tobin (editors) Proceedings of the International Symposium on Computer Mapping in Epidemiology and Environmental Health. Alexandria, VA: World Computer Graphics Foundation, pp. 60–68. [270]

M.F. Goodchild and G.J. Hunter (1997) A simple positional accuracy measure for linear features. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 11(3): 299–306. [269]

M.F. Goodchild (1997) Postscript: new directions for GIS research. In M. Craglia and H. Couclelis (editors) Geographic Information Research: Bridging the Atlantic. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. 588–-595. [268]

R.L. Church, T. Cova, R. Gerges, and M.F. Goodchild (1996) Conference on Object Orientation and Navigable Databases: Report of the Meeting. Technical Report 96-9. Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. [267]

M.F. Goodchild, J.E. Estes, K.M. Beard, and T. Foresman (1996) Research Initiative 15: Multiple Roles for GIS in US Global Change Research - Report of the Second Specialist Meeting. Technical Report 96-5. Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. [266]

S.M. Frank, M.F. Goodchild, H.J. Onsrud, and J.K. Pinto (1996) User requirements for framework geospatial data. Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 8(2): 38–50. [265]

K. McGwire and M.F. Goodchild (1997) Accuracy. In J.L. Star, J.E. Estes, and K.C. McGwire (editors) Integration of Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 110–133. [264]

M.F. Goodchild (1997) Geographic information systems. In S. Hanson (editor) Ten Geographic Ideas that Changed the World. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, pp. 60–86. [263]

M.F. Goodchild (1996) The application of advanced information technology in assessing environmental impacts. In D.L. Corwin and K. Loague (editors) Applications of GIS to the Modeling of Non-Point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone. SSSA Special Publication No. 48. Madison, WI: SSSA, pp. 1–18. [262]

G.J. Hunter and M.F. Goodchild (1997) Modeling the uncertainty in slope and aspect estimates derived from spatial databases. Geographical Analysis 29(1): 35–49. [261]

D.A. Quattrochi and M.F. Goodchild, editors (1997) Scale in Remote Sensing and GIS. Boca Raton: Lewis Publishers. [260]

M.F. Goodchild and D.A. Quattrochi (1997) Introduction: scale, multiscaling, remote sensing, and GIS. In D.A. Quattrochi and M.F. Goodchild (editors) Scale in Remote Sensing and GIS. Bocan Raton: Lewis Publishers, pp. 1–13. [259]

P. Fohl, K.M. Curtin, M.F. Goodchild, and R.L. Church (1996) A non-planar, lane-based navigable data model for ITS. In M.J. Kraak and M. Molenaar, editors, Proceedings, Seventh International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Delft, August 12–16, pp. 7B.17–7B.29. [258]

M.F. Goodchild (1996) Generalization, uncertainty, and error modeling. Proceedings, GIS/LIS 96, Denver, November 19–21, pp. 765–774. [257]

K.K. Kemp and M.F. Goodchild (1996) The new on-line Core Curriculum in Geographic Information Science. Proceedings, GIS/LIS 96, Denver, November 19–21, pp. 363–367. [256]

B.P. Buttenfield and M.F. Goodchild (1996) The Alexandria Digital Library Project: distributed library services for spatially referenced data. Proceedings, GIS/LIS 96, Denver, November 19–21, pp. 76–84. [255]

M.F. Goodchild (1996) Directions in GIS. Proceedings, Third International Conference/Workshop on Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling, Santa Fe, NM, January 21-25, 1996. Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. (CD and WWW: http://www.ncgia.ucsb.edu) [254]

M.F. Goodchild (1996) Communicating the results of accuracy assessment: metadata, digital libraries, and assessing fitness for use. Proceedings, Second International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Fort Collins, CO, May 21–23. [253]

G.J. Hunter, B. Hock, M. Robey, and M.F. Goodchild (1996) Experimental development of a model of vector data uncertainty. Proceedings, Second International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Fort Collins, CO, May 21–23. [252]

M.F. Goodchild (1996) Report on a Workshop on Metadata held in Santa Barbara, CA, November 8, 1995. Santa Barbara, CA: Alexandria Digital Library (WWW: http://alexandria.sdc.ucsb.edu) [251]

T.R. Smith, D. Andresen, L. Carver, R. Dolin, M.F. Goodchild, and others (1996) A digital library for geographically referenced materials. Computer 29(5): 54+ (corrected author list appears in 29(7): 14). [250]

C. Felgueiras, and M.F. Goodchild (1995) Two Papers on Triangulated Surface Modeling. Technical Report 95-2. Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. [249]

M.F. Goodchild, J.E. Estes, K.M. Beard, T. Foresman, and J. Robinson (1995) Research Initiative 15: Multiple Roles for GIS in US Global Change Research, Report of the First Specialist Meeting. Technical Report 95-10. Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. [248]

M.F. Goodchild (1995) GIS state of the art. First National Conference on the Educational Applications of Geographic Information Systems (EdGIS), pp. 35–37. Washington, DC: National Science Foundation. [247]

G.J. Hunter, and M.F. Goodchild (1996) A new model for handling vector data uncertainty in geographic information systems. Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 8(1): 51–57. [246]

M.F. Goodchild (1996) Geographic information systems and spatial analysis in the social sciences. In M. Aldenderfer and H.D.G. Maschner, editors, Anthropology, Space, and Geographic Information Systems, pp. 241–250. New York: Oxford University Press. [245]

G.J. Hunter, and M.F. Goodchild (1996) Communicating uncertainty in spatial databases. Transactions in GIS 1(1): 13–24. [244]

M.F. Goodchild, L.T. Steyaert, B.O. Parks, C.A. Johnston, D.R. Maidment, M.P. Crane, and S. Glendinning, editors (1996) GIS and Environmental Modeling: Progress and Research Issues. Fort Collins, CO: GIS World Books, 486 pp. [243]

M.F. Goodchild (1996) The spatial data infrastructure of environmental modeling. In M.F. Goodchild, L.T. Steyaert, B.O. Parks, C.A. Johnston, D.R. Maidment, M.P. Crane, and S. Glendinning, editors, GIS and Environmental Modeling: Progress and Research Issues. Fort Collins, CO: GIS World Books, pp. 11–16. [242]

M.F. Goodchild, and S.D. Palladino (1995) Geographic information systems as a tool in science and technology education. Speculations in Science and Technology 18(4): 278–286. [241]

D.R. Breininger, V.L. Larson, B.W. Duncan, R.B. Smith, D.M. Oddy, and M.F. Goodchild (1995) Landscape patterns of Florida Scrub Jay habitat use and demographic success. Conservation Biology 9: 1442–1453. [240]

NRCS (1995) Data Rich and Information Poor: A Report to the Chief of the Natural Resources Conservation Service by the Blue Ribbon Panel on Natural Resource Inventory and Performance Measurement. Washington, DC: Natural Resources Conservation Service, US Department of Agriculture (contributing author). [239]

M.F. Goodchild, T.J. Cova, and C.R. Ehlschlaeger (1995) Mean objects: extending the concept of central tendency to complex spatial objects in GIS. Proceedings GIS/LIS '95, Nashville, TN, pp. 354–364. [238]

M.F. Goodchild (1995) Attribute accuracy. In Elements of Spatial Data Quality, edited by S.C. Guptill and J.L. Morrison. New York: Elsevier, pp. 59–80. [237]

M.F. Goodchild (1995) Spatial databases for global environmental issues. In Toward Global Planning of Sustainable Use of the Earth, edited by S. Murai. Proceedings of the Eighth TOYOTA Conference, Mikkabi, November 8–11, 1994. Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 43–58. [236]

G.J. Hunter, M. Caetano, and M.F. Goodchild (1995) A methodology for reporting uncertainty in spatial database products. Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 7(2): 11–21. [235]

M.F. Goodchild (1995) Future directions for geographic information science. Geographic Information Sciences 1: 1–7. [234]

G.J. Hunter and M.F. Goodchild (1995) Dealing with error in spatial databases: a simple case study. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 61(5): 529–537. [233]

G.J. Hunter and M.F. Goodchild (1995) A new model for handling vector data uncertainty in geographic information systems. Proceedings, URISA 95, San Antonio, TX, July 16–20, 1: 410–419. [232]

S.M. Frank, M.F. Goodchild, H.J. Onsrud, and J.K. Pinto (1995) A survey on user requirements for framework GIS data. Proceedings, URISA 95, San Antonio, TX, July 16–20, 1: 637–651. [231]

M.F. Goodchild (1995) Technical advances in spatial data sharing. Proceedings, URISA 95, San Antonio, TX, July 16–20, 1: 651–661. [230]

M.F. Goodchild (1995) Sharing spatial data among physical scientists. In H.J. Onsrud and G. Rushton, editors, Sharing Geographic Information. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, pp. 475–489. [229]

M.F. Goodchild (1995) Sharing imperfect data. In H.J. Onsrud and G. Rushton, editors, Sharing Geographic Information. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, pp. 413–425. [228]

James Frew, Larry Carver, Christoph Fischer, Michael Goodchild, Mary Larsgaard, Terence Smith, and Qi Zheng (1995) The Alexandria Rapid Prototype: building a digital library for spatial information. Proceedings, 1995 ESRI User Conference, Palm Springs, CA, May 22–26 (CD-ROM and WWW). [227]

Gary J. Hunter and Michael F. Goodchild (1995) Modeling the uncertainty of vector data in geographic information systems. Proceedings, 1995 ESRI User Conference, Palm Springs, CA, May 22–26 (CD-ROM and WWW). [226]

M.F. Goodchild (1995) Future directions for geographic information science. Proceedings, GeoInformatics '95, Hong Kong, May 26–28, 1995, 1: 1–10. [225]

M.F. Goodchild (1995) The application of advanced information technology in assessing environmental impacts. Proceedings, 1995 Bouyoucos Conference: Applications of GIS to the Modeling of Non-Point Source Pollutants in the Vadose Zone, Riverside, CA, May 1–3, 20–32. [224]

M.F. Goodchild (1994) Information highways. In D.R. Green and D. Rix, editors, The AGI Source Book for Geographic Information Systems. London: Association for Geographic Information, pp. 107–111. [223]

M.F. Goodchild (1995) Geographic information systems. Microsoft Encarta '95. Redmond, WA: Microsoft (CD ROM text and images). [222]

M.F. Goodchild (1994) GIS and geographic research. In John Pickles, editor, Ground Truth: The Social Implications of Geographic Information Systems. New York: Guilford, pp. 31–50. [221]

M.F. Goodchild (1994) Integrating GIS and remote sensing for vegetation analysis and modeling: methodological issues. Journal of Vegetation Science 5: 615–626. [220]

C.R. Ehlschlaeger and M.F. Goodchild (1994) Dealing with uncertainty in categorical coverage maps: defining, visualizing, and managing errors. Proceedings, Second ACM Workshop on Advances in GIS, Gaithersburg, MD, December 1–2, pp. 101–106. [219]

P.J. Densham and M.F. Goodchild (1994) Initiative 6 Closing Report: Spatial Decision Support Systems. Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. [218]

Richard Church, Danette Coughlan, Thomas Cova, Michael Goodchild, Jonathan Gottsegen, David Lemberg, Ramez Gerges (1994) Final Report, Caltrans Agreement 65T155. Technical Report 94-6. Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. [217]

M.F. Goodchild (1994) Spatial accuracy. Proceedings, 22nd Annual Conference, Australasian Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, Sydney, addendum. [216]

G.J. Hunter, M. Robey, and M.F. Goodchild (1994) A toolbox for assessing uncertainty in spatial databases. Proceedings, 22nd Annual Conference, Australasian Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, Sydney, pp. 367–380. [215]

M.F. Goodchild (1994) Future directions: geographic information and analysis. Proceedings, 21st Annual Conference, Australasian Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, Adelaide. [214]

M.F. Goodchild, Sun Guoqing and Yang Shiren (1994) Development and test of an error model for categorical data. In L.K. Fenstermaker, editor, Remote Sensing Thematic Accuracy Assessment: ACompendium. Bethesda, MD: ASPRS, pp. 295-311. [213] Reprinted from International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 6(2): 87–104 (1992).

D.E. Jelinski, M.F. Goodchild, and L.T. Steyaert (1994) Multiple roles for GIS in global change research: towards a research agenda. In W.K. Michener, J.W. Brunt, and S.G. Stafford, editors, Environmental Information Management and Analysis: Ecosystem to Global Scales. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. 41–58. [212]

L.T. Steyaert and M.F. Goodchild (1994) Integrating geographic information systems and environmental simulation models: a status review. In W.K. Michener, J.W. Brunt, and S.G. Stafford, editors, Environmental Information Management and Analysis: Ecosystem to Global Scales. London: Taylor and Francis, pp. 333–356. [211]

T.J. Cova and M.F. Goodchild (1994) Spatially distributed navigable databases for intelligent vehicle highway systems. Proceedings, GIS/LIS '94, Phoenix, October 25–27 1994. Bethesda, MD: ASPRS, pp. 191–200. [210]

C.R. Ehlschlaeger and M.F. Goodchild (1994) Uncertainty in spatial data: defining, visualizing, and managing data errors. Proceedings, GIS/LIS '94, Phoenix, October 25–27 1994. Bethesda, MD: ASPRS, pp. 245–252. [209]

I. Embutsu, M.F. Goodchild, R.L. Church, M. Takeyama, and K. Baba (1994) A cellular automaton model for urban heat island mitigation. Proceedings, GIS/LIS '94, Phoenix, October 25–27 1994. Bethesda, MD: ASPRS, pp. 262–271. [208]

J. Gottsegen, M.F. Goodchild, and R.L. Church (1994) A conceptual navigable database model for intelligent vehicle highway systems. Proceedings, GIS/LIS '94, Phoenix, October 25–27 1994. Bethesda, MD: ASPRS, pp. 370–379. [207]

M.F. Goodchild (1994) GIS error models and visualization techniques for spatial variability in soils. Proceedings, 15th International Congress of Soil Science, Acapulco, July 10–16, 1994, pp. 683–698. [206]

G. J. Hunter and M.F. Goodchild (1994) Quality assessment of GIS products for resource management. Proceedings of Resource Technology '94, Melbourne, Australia, Sept 26–30, 1994. University of Melbourne, pp. 56–67. [205]

G.J. Hunter and M.F. Goodchild (1994) Design and application of a methodology for reporting uncertainty in spatial databases. Proceedings of the URISA '94 Conference, Milwaukee, Vol. 1 pp. 771–785. [204]

M.F. Goodchild (1994) New challenges for spatial data. Geo Info Systems Showcase, August 1994, p. 30. [203]

M.F. Goodchild (1994) Sharing imperfect data. In A. Singh, editor, Proceedings, UNEP and IUFRO International Workshop in Cooperation with FAO on Developing Large Environmental Databases for Sustainable Development. UN Environment Programme, Grid Information Series No. 22, pp. 102–110. [202]

M.F. Goodchild, B.P. Buttenfield, and J. Wood (1994) Introduction to visualizing data validity. In H.M. Hearnshaw and D.J. Unwin, editors, Visualization in GIS. New York: Wiley, pp. 141–149. [201]

M.F. Goodchild, Lin Chih-Chang, and Y. Leung (1994) Visualizing fuzzy maps. In H.M. Hearnshaw and D.J. Unwin, editors, Visualization in GIS. New York: Wiley, pp. 158–167. [200]

G.J. Hunter and M.F. Goodchild (1994) Managing uncertainty in spatial databases: putting theory into practice. Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association 5(2): 55–63. [199]

M.F. Goodchild (1993) Databases, Expert Systems, and Geographic Information Systems. R.J. Johnston, D. Gregory, and D.M. Smith, editors, Dictionary of Human Geography, Third Edition. [198]

M.F. Goodchild (1993) Ten years ahead: Dobson's automated geography in 1993. Professional Geographer 45(4): 444–446. [197]

M.F. Goodchild and B. Klinkenberg (1993) Statistics of channel networks on fractional Brownian surfaces. In N. Lam and L. de Cola, editors, Fractals in Geography. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, pp. 122–141. [196]

M.F. Goodchild, B. Klinkenberg, and D.G. Janelle (1993) A factorial model of aggregate spatio?temporal behavior: application to the diurnal cycle. Geographical Analysis 25(4): 277–294. [195]

M.F. Goodchild, B.O. Parks, and L.T. Steyaert, editors (1993) Environmental Modeling with GIS. New York: Oxford University Press, 488p. [194]

M.F. Goodchild (1993) The state of GIS for environmental problem solving. In M.F. Goodchild, B.O. Parks, and L.T. Steyaert, editors, Environmental Modeling with GIS. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 8–15. [193]

M.F. Goodchild (1993) Data models and data quality: problems and prospects. In M.F. Goodchild, B.O. Parks, and L.T. Steyaert, editors, Environmental Modeling with GIS. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 94–104. [192]

G.J. Hunter and M.F. Goodchild (1993) Managing uncertainty in spatial databases: putting theory into practice. Proceedings, URISA, Atlanta, July 25–29, 1993 1: 1–14. [191]

M.F. Goodchild and K.K. Kemp (1992) GIS research and education in the USA (in Russian). Vestnik Moskovskogo Universiteta, Geography Series 4: 68–72. [190]

M.F. Goodchild and D.M. Mark (1993) GIS, Geography, and NCGIA. Professional Geographer 45(2): 216–220. [189]

M.F. Goodchild (1993) Integrating the spatial data technologies. Proceedings, On Common Ground Conference 93 33–39. [188]

M.F. Goodchild, L. Anselin and U. Deichmann (1993) A framework for the areal interpolation of socioeconomic data. Environment and Planning A 25: 383–397. [187]

S.D. Palladino and M.F. Goodchild (1993) A place for GIS in the secondary schools: lessons from the NCGIA Secondary Education Project. Geo Info Systems 3(4): 45–49. [186]

Y. Leung, M.F. Goodchild and C.C. Lin (1993) Visualization of fuzzy scenes and probability fields. In H.J. Newton, editor, Computing Science and Statistics, Volume 24: Graphics and Visualization (Proceedings of the 24th Symposium on the Interface). Fairfax Station, VA: Interface Foundation of N America, pp. 416–422. [185]

M.F. Goodchild, R.P. Haining, S. Wise and 12 others (1992) Integrating GIS and spatial data analysis: problems and possibilities. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 6(5): 407–423. [184]

M.F. Goodchild and N.J. Tate (1992) Forum: Description of terrain as a fractal surface, and application to digital elevation model quality assessment. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 58(11): 1568–1570. [183]

M.F. Goodchild (1992) The National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science 51: 310–311. [182]

M.F. Goodchild and K.K. Kemp (1992) GIS accreditation: what are the options? ACSM Bulletin Nov/Dec (140): 44–47. [181]

D.M. Schweizer and M.F. Goodchild (1992) Data quality and choropleth maps: an experiment with the use of color. Proceedings, GIS/LIS 92. ASPRS/ACSM/URISA/AAG/AM/FM, Washington, 686–699. [180]

M.F. Goodchild (1992) Collaborative research should aim at improving GIS usability and success. GIS Europe 1(8): 44–47. [179]

M.F. Goodchild and K.K. Kemp (1992) NCGIA education activities: the core curriculum and beyond. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 6(4): 309–320. [178]

M.F. Goodchild (1992) Keynote address: geography and statisticians. Proceedings, Symposium '91: Spatial Issues in Statistics. Statistics Canada, Ottawa, 7–14. [177]

M.F. Goodchild (1992) GIS research and education in the USA. Proceedings, EDIS/SAGIS 91. [176]

Y. Leung, M.F. Goodchild and C.C. Lin (1992) Visualization of fuzzy scenes and probability fields. Proceedings, Fifth International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Charleston, SC 2: 480–490. [175]

M.F. Goodchild (1992) Analysis. In R.F. Abler, M.G. Marcus and J.M. Olson, eds., Geography's Inner Worlds: Pervasive Themes in Contemporary American Geography. Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, NJ, 138–162. [174]

M.F. Goodchild (1992) The National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 58(8): 1141–1143. [173]

M.F. Goodchild (1992) Geographic data modeling. Computers and Geosciences 18(4): 401–408. [172]

M.F. Goodchild (1992) Geography and statisticians (in English and French). The Operational Geographer 10(2): 3–11. [171]

U. Deichmann, M.F. Goodchild and L. Anselin (1992) Dealing with errors in socio-economic databases: selected findings of a national research initiative (in English and French). The Operational Geographer 10(2): 12–22. [170]

M.P. Kumler and M.F. Goodchild (1992) The population center of Canada - just north of Toronto?. In D.G. Janelle, editor, Geographical Snapshots of North America. Guilford, New York, 275–279. [169]

M.F. Goodchild, Sun Guoqing and Yang Shiren (1992) Development and test of an error model for categorical data. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 6(2): 87–104. [168]

B. Klinkenberg and M.F. Goodchild (1992) The fractal properties of topography - a comparison of methods. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 17(3): 217–234. [167]

M.F. Goodchild (1992) Geographical information science. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 6(1): 31–45. Reprinted in P.F. Fisher, editor, Classics from IJGIS: Twenty years of the International Journal of Geographical Information Science and Systems. Boca Raton: CRC Press, pp. 181–198. Also reprinted in D. Gregory and N. Castree, editors (2011) Human Geography: Fundamentals of Geography, Volume 2, pp. 23–40. [166]

K.K. Kemp, M.F. Goodchild and R.F. Dodson (1992) Teaching GIS in geography. Professional Geographer 44(2): 181–191. [165]

M.F. Goodchild and K.K. Kemp (1992) GIS education and NCGIA. Geo Info Systems 2(3): 54–56. [164]

V.T. Noronha and M.F. Goodchild (1992) Modeling interregional interaction: implications for defining functional regions. Annals, Association of American Geographers 82(1): 86–102. [163]

M.F. Goodchild and Yang Shiren (1992) A hierarchical spatial data structure for global geographic information systems. Computer Vision, Graphics and Image Processing: Graphical Models and Image Processing 54(1): 31–44. [162]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) Issues of quality and uncertainty. In J.C. Muller, ed., Advances in Cartography. Elsevier, New York, 113–39. [161]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) Just the facts. Political Geography Quarterly 10(4): 335–7. [160]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) NCGIA releases GIS core curriculum. 1991–2 International GIS Sourcebook. GIS World Inc., Fort Collins, 487–490. [159]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) A taxonomy of GIS systems. 1991–2 International GIS Sourcebook. GIS World Inc., Fort Collins, 380–383. [158]

M.F. Goodchild and J.E. Estes (1991) The power of GIS extended to scientific researchers. Professional Surveyor Nov/Dec 1991, 33–35. [157]

M.F. Goodchild, F.W. Davis and D.M. Stoms (1991) The Use of Vegetation Maps and Geographic Information Systems for Assessing Conifer Lands in California. Technical Paper 91-23. Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. [156]

S.K. Hamilton, J.M. Melack, M.F. Goodchild and W.M. Lewis, Jr (1992) Estimation of the fractal dimension of terrain from lake size distributions. In P.A. Carling and G.E. Petts (editors), Lowland Floodplain Rivers: Geomorphological Perspectives. Wiley, New York, 145–163. [154]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) Integrating GIS and environmental modeling at global scales. Proceedings, GIS/LIS 91. ASPRS/ACSM/AAG/URISA/AMFM, Washington DC, 1: 117–127. [153]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) Spatial analysis with GIS: problems and prospects. Proceedings, GIS/LIS 91. ASPRS/ACSM/AAG/URISA/AMFM, Washington DC, 1: 40–48. [152]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) Towards a science of geographic information. In J. Cadoux-Hudson and I. Heywood (editors), Geographic Information 1991: The Yearbook of the Association for Geographic Information. Taylor and Francis, London, 212–218. [151]

D.J. Maguire, M.F. Goodchild and D.W. Rhind, editors (1991) Geographical Information Systems: Principles and Applications (2 volumes). London: Longman Scientific and Technical. [150]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) The technological setting of GIS. In D.J. Maguire, M.F. Goodchild and D.W. Rhind, editors, Geographical Information Systems: Principles and Applications (2 volumes). London: Longman Scientific and Technical, 1: 45–54. [149]

K.K. Kemp and M.F. Goodchild (1991) Developing a curriculum in geographic information systems: the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis Core Curriculum project. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 15(2): 121–132. [147] Reprinted in Cartographica 28(3): 39–54 (1991). [148]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) Keynote address. Proceedings, Symposium on Spatial Database Accuracy. Department of Surveying and Land Information, University of Melbourne, 1–16. [146]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) Guest commentary: geographic information systems. Journal of Retailing 67(1): 3–15. [145]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) Geographic information systems. Progress in Human Geography 15(2): 194–200. [144]

M.P. Kumler and M.F. Goodchild (1991) A new technique for selecting the vertices of a TIN, and a comparison of TINs and DEMs over a variety of surfaces. Technical Papers, 1991 ACSM-ASPRS Annual Convention. ASPRS/ACSM, Bethesda MD, 2: 179. [143]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) Spatial Analysis using GIS: Seminar Workbook (Second Edition). Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. [142]

M.F. Goodchild (1990) The National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. GIS Sourcebook. Fort Collins, CO: GIS World, 311–315. [141]

M.F. Goodchild, Yang Shiren and G. Dutton (1991) Spatial Data Representation and Basic Operations for a Triangular Hierarchical Data Structure. Technical Paper 91-8. Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. [140]

M.F. Goodchild (1990) Geographic information systems and cartography. Cartography 19(1): 1–13. [138]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) Where we're headed - Geographic Information Systems. Newsletter, American Geographical Society 11(1): 3. [137]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) Keynote address - progress on the GIS research agenda. Proceedings, Second European GIS Conference, Brussels. Utrecht: EGIS Foundation, 342–350. [136]

M.F. Goodchild (1991) Issues of quality and uncertainty. Proceedings, State of Indiana Geographic Information System Conference, Indianapolis, November. Indiana University GIS Alliance, 17–42. [135]

M.F. Goodchild (1990) Geographic Information Systems and environmental modeling. Proceedings, Seventh International Conference on Interactive Information and Processing Systems for Meteorology, Oceanography and Hydrology. Boston: AMS, 5–10. [134]

M.F. Goodchild (1990) Keynote address - what have we learned from the 1980s?. Proceedings, Geographic Information Systems Seminar. Toronto: Ministry of Natural Resources, 10–20. [133]

M.F. Goodchild and B.R. Rizzo (1990) Performance evaluation and workload estimation for geographic information systems. In D.J. Peuquet and D.F. Marble, editors, Introductory Readings in Geographic Information Systems (reprinted from International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 1:67–76 (1987)). London: Taylor and Francis, 353–363. [132]

M.F. Goodchild (1990) Modeling error in spatial databases. Proceedings, GIS/LIS 90. Bethesda, MD: ASPRS/ACSM, 1:154–162. [131]

A.U. Frank and M.F. Goodchild (1990) Two Perspectives on Geographical Data Modeling. Technical Paper 90-11. Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. [130]

D.M. Theobald and M.F. Goodchild (1990) Artifacts of TIN-based surface flow modeling. Proceedings, GIS/LIS 90. Bethesda, MD: ASPRS/ACSM, 2: 955–967. [129]

M.F. Goodchild and K.K. Kemp (1990) NCGIA Core Curriculum in GIS (3 volumes). Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. [128]

M.F. Goodchild (1990) GIS and basic research: the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. Government Information Quarterly 7(3): 343–355. [127]

M.F. Goodchild (1990) Keynote address: spatial information science. Proceedings, Fourth International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling (Zurich, July 1990) 1: 3–14. [126]

M.F. Goodchild and Yang Shiren (1990) A hierarchical spatial data structure for global geographic information systems. Proceedings, Fourth International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling (Zurich, July 1990) 2: 911–917. [125A]

M.F. Goodchild and D.W. Rhind (1990) The US National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis: some comparisons with the Regional Research Laboratories. In M.J. Foster and P.J. Shand, editors, The Association for Geographic Information Yearbook 1990. London: Taylor and Francis, 226–231. [125]

P.J. Densham and M.F. Goodchild (1990) Research Initiative 6, Spatial Decision Support Systems: Scientific Report for the Specialist Meeting. Technical Paper 90-5. Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. [124]

M.F. Goodchild (1990) The National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. Surveying and Land Information Systems 50: 157–8. [123]

M.F. Goodchild and Yang Shiren (1990) A hierarchical spatial data structure for global geographic information systems. Proceedings, Advanced Computing in the Social Sciences (Williamsburg, VA, April 1990). [121] Also published as Technical Paper 89-5, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, Santa Barbara CA. [122]

U. Deichmann, M.F. Goodchild and L. Anselin (1990) A general framework for the spatial interpolation of socioeconomic data. Proceedings, Advanced Computing in the Social Sciences (Williamsburg, VA, April 1990). [119]

M.F. Goodchild (1990) Tiling large geographical databases. In A. Buchmann, O. Günther, T.R. Smith and Y.-F. Wang, editors, Design and Implementation of Large Spatial Databases. New York: Springer-Verlag, 137–46. [118]

M.F. Goodchild and S. Gopal, editors (1989) Accuracy of Spatial Databases. Basingstoke: Taylor and Francis, 290pp. [117]

M.F. Goodchild (1989) Modeling error in objects and fields. In M.F. Goodchild and S. Gopal, editors, Accuracy of Spatial Databases. Basingstoke: Taylor and Francis, 107–14. [116]

M.F. Goodchild, K.K. Kemp, D.M. Mark and A.U. Frank (1989) The US National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis: an overview of the agendas for research and education. Proceedings, GIS Conference, Ottawa, March 1989, 918–925. [115]

M.F. Goodchild (1989) The National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. ACSM Bulletin (November 1989) 35–39. [114]

P.J. Densham and M.F. Goodchild (1989) Spatial decision support systems: a research agenda. Proceedings, GIS/LIS 89. Bethesda, MD: ASPRS/ACSM/AAG/URISA, 707–716. [113]

M.F. Goodchild (1989) Geographic information systems and market research. Papers and Proceedings of Applied Geography Conferences 12: 1–8. [112]

N.R. Chrisman, D.J. Cowen, P.F. Fisher, M.F. Goodchild and D.M. Mark (1989) Geographic Information Systems. In G.L. Gaile and C.J. Willmott, editors, Geography in America. Columbus: Merrill, 776–96. [111]

M.F. Goodchild (1989) Accuracy of Spatial Databases: Initiative 1 Specialist Meeting Report. Technical Paper 89-1. Santa Barbara, CA: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. [110]

National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis (1989) The research plan of the National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 3: 117–36. [109]

M.F. Goodchild and Jay Lee (1989) Coverage problems and visibility regions on topographic surfaces. Annals of Operations Research 18: 175–186. [108]

M.F. Goodchild and Wang Min-hua (1989) Modeling error for remotely sensed data input to GIS. Proceedings, AutoCarto 9. Falls Church, VA: ASPRS/ACSM, 530–537. [107]

M.F. Goodchild (1989) Optimal tiling for large cartographic databases. Proceedings, AutoCarto 9. Falls Church, VA: ASPRS/ACSM, 444–51. [106]

M.F. Goodchild (1988) Progress report: geographic information systems. Progress in Human Geography 12: 560–6. [105]

M.F. Goodchild (1988) Towards an enumeration and classification of GIS functions. Proceedings, International Geographic Information Systems (IGIS) Symposium: The Research Agenda. Washington, DC: National Aeronautics and Space Administration, II: 67–77. [104]

M.F. Goodchild and Wang Min-hua (1988) Modeling error in raster-based spatial data. Proceedings, Third International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling. Columbus, OH: International Geographical Union, Commission on Geographical Data Sensing and Processing, 97–106. [103]

C.P. Keller and M.F. Goodchild (1988) The multiobjective vending problem: a generalization of the travelling salesman problem. Environment and Planning B 15: 447–60. [102]

M.F. Goodchild (1988) Lakes on fractal surfaces: a null hypothesis for lake-rich landscapes. Mathematical Geology 20: 615–630. [101]

M.F. Goodchild and D.G. Janelle (1988) Questions regarding "Specialization in the structure and organization of geography": a reply. Annals, Association of American Geographers 78: 547–9. [100]

M.F. Goodchild (1988) Location-allocation on a microcomputer: the PLACE package. In P.W. Newton, M.A.P. Taylor and R. Sharpe, editors, Desktop Planning: Microcomputer Applications for Infrastructure and Services Planning and Management. North Melbourne: Hargreen, 166–71. [99]

M.F. Goodchild (1988) Stepping over the line: technological constraints and the new cartography. American Cartographer 15: 311–319. [98]

M.F. Goodchild and D.M. Mark (1988) The invertibility of distance matrices. In W. Coffey, editor, Geographical Systems and Systems of Geography: Essays in Honour of William Warntz. Department of Geography, University of Western Ontario, 141–151. [97]

D.G. Janelle, M.F. Goodchild and B. Klinkenberg (1988) Space-time diaries and travel characteristics for different levels of respondent aggregation. Environment and Planning A 20: 891–906. [96]

M.F. Goodchild (1988) A spatial analytic perspective on geographical information systems. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 1: 327–334. [95]

M.F. Goodchild and D.G. Janelle (1988) Specialization in the structure and organization of geography. Annals, Association of American Geographers 78: 1–28. [91]

M.F. Goodchild (1988) The issue of accuracy in global databases. In H. Mounsey, editor, Building Databases for Global Science. London: Taylor and Francis, 31–48. [90]

M.F. Goodchild (1988) Spatial Autocorrelation. Concepts and Techniques in Modern Geography (CATMOG) Number 47. Norwich: Geobooks, 96 pp. [89]

M.F. Goodchild and J.A. Donnan (1987) Disposal of formation fluids by oil producers in Petrolia, Ontario - an environmental-economic assessment. Proceedings, 1987 Technology Transfer Conference. Toronto: Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Volume E, Environmental Economics. [88]

M.F. Goodchild (1987) Application of a GIS benchmarking and workload estimation model. Papers and Proceedings of Applied Geography Conferences 10: 1–6. [87]

D.G. Janelle and M.F. Goodchild (1987) The home-work relationship and urban ecological structure. In O. Verkoren and J. van Weesep, editors, Spatial Mobility and Urban Change. Netherlands Geographical Studies 37. Department of Geography, University of Utrecht, 39–50. [86]

M.F. Goodchild and D.M. Mark (1987) The fractal nature of geographic phenomena. Annals, Association of American Geographers 77: 265–278. [85]

M.F. Goodchild and J.A. Donnan (1987) Optimum location of liquid waste disposal facilities: formation fluid in the Petrolia, Ontario, oilfield. In M. Chatterji, editor, Hazardous Materials Disposal: Siting and Management. Aldershot: Gower, 263–273. [82]

M.F. Goodchild and B.R. Rizzo (1987) Performance evaluation and workload estimation for geographic information systems. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 1: 67–76. [81]

M.F. Goodchild and O. Dubuc (1987) A model of error for choropleth maps with applications to geographic information systems. Proceedings, Auto Carto 8. Falls Church, VA: ASPRS/ACSM, 165–174. [80]

M.F. Goodchild and V.T. Noronha (1987) Location-allocation and impulsive shopping: the case of gasoline retailing. In Avijit Ghosh and Gerard Rushton, editors, Spatial Analysis and Location-Allocation Models. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 121–136. [79]

C.M. Hosage and M.F. Goodchild (1986) Discrete space location-allocation solutions from genetic algorithms. Annals of Operations Research 6: 35–46. [78]

M.F. Goodchild (1986) The issue of professional standing in Geography. Ontario Geography 27: 5–13. [77]

M.F. Goodchild and B. Rizzo (1986) Performance evaluation and workload estimation for geographic information systems. In D.F. Marble, editor, Proceedings, Second International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Seattle, Washington, 497–509. [76]

D.M. Mark and M.F. Goodchild (1986) On the ordering of two-dimensional space: introduction and relation to tesseral principles. In B. Diaz and S. Bell, editors, Spatial Data Processing Using Tesseral Methods. National Environmental Research Council, 179–192. [75]

H.W. Taylor, W.R. Code and M.F. Goodchild (1986) A housing stock model for school population forecasting and planning. Professional Geographer 38: 279–286. [73]

M.F. Goodchild (1985) Geographic information systems in undergraduate geography: a contemporary dilemma. Operational Geographer 8: 34–38. [72]

M.F. Goodchild, B. Klinkenberg, M. Glieca and M. Hasan (1985) Statistics of hydrologic networks on fractional Brownian surfaces. Modeling and Simulation (Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Pittsburgh Conference) 16: 317–323. [71]

M.F. Goodchild and V.T. Noronha (1985) Location-allocation for small computers. Operational Geographer 7: 10. [70]

M.F. Goodchild (1985) Questions, tools or paradigms: scientific geography in the 1980's. Ontario Geography 25: 3–14. [68]

M.F. Goodchild and A.W. Grandfield (1984) Spatial aggregation and intransitivity in U.S. migration streams. Modeling and Simulation (Proceedings of the 15th Annual Pittsburgh Conference) 15: 501–505. [67]

R. Averack and M.F. Goodchild (1984) Methods and algorithms for boundary definition. In D.F. Marble, editor, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Zurich, 1: 238–250. [66]

M.F. Goodchild (1984) ILACS: a location-allocation model for retail site selection. Journal of Retailing 60: 84–100. [65]

M.F. Goodchild and D.G. Janelle (1984) The city around the clock: space-time patterns of urban ecological structure. Environment and Planning A 16: 807–820. [64]

M.F. Goodchild (1984) Geocoding and geosampling. In G.L. Gaile and C.J. Willmott, editors, Spatial Statistics and Models. Dordrecht: Reidel, 33–53. [63]

M.F. Goodchild and V.T. Noronha (1984) Location-allocation algorithms for small computers. In Spatial Algorithms for Processing Land Data with a Microcomputer. Monograph 84-2. Cambridge, MA: Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, 153–172. [62]

M.F. Goodchild (1984) Location-allocation modelling. In R.L. Gentilcore, editor, China in Canada: A Dialogue on Resources and Development. Department of Geography, McMaster University, 185–192. [61]

M.F. Goodchild and V.T. Noronha (1983) Location-Allocation for Small Computers. Department of Geography, University of Iowa, Monograph 8, 73 pp. [60]

D.G. Janelle and M.F. Goodchild (1983) Transportation indicators of space-time autonomy. Urban Geography 4: 317–337. [59]

D.G. Janelle and M.F. Goodchild (1983) Diurnal patterns of social group distribution in a Canadian city. Economic Geography 59: 403–425. [58]

M.F. Goodchild and C.M. Hosage (1983) On enumerating all feasible solutions to polygon aggregation problems. Modelling and Simulation (Proceedings of the Fourteenth Annual Pittsburgh Conference on Modelling and Simulation), 591–595. [57]

M.F. Goodchild and A.W. Grandfield (1983) Optimizing raster storage: an examination of four alternatives. Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Automated Cartography (AUTO-CARTO VI), Ottawa, 1: 400–407. [56]

M.F. Goodchild (1983) Methodological problems in the calibration of sales forecasting models. Papers and Proceedings of Applied Geography Conferences 6: 158–167. [55]

M.F. Goodchild (1983) Accuracy and spatial resolution: critical dimensions for geoprocessing. In D.H. Douglas and A.R. Boyle, editors, Computer Assisted Cartography and Geographic Information Processing: Hope and Realism. Ottawa: Canadian Cartographic Association, 87–90. [54]

F. Shelley and M.F. Goodchild (1983) Majority voting and the location of salutary public facilities. Geographical Analysis 15: 205–211. [53]

M.F. Goodchild (1982) The fractional Brownian process as a terrain simulation model. Modelling and Simulation (Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual Pittsburgh Conference) 13: 1133–1137. [52]

D.M. Mark and M.F. Goodchild (1982) Topologic model for drainage networks with lakes. Water Resources Research 18: 275–280. [51]

W.J. Coffey, L.C. MacLean and M.F. Goodchild (1982) Randomness and order in the topology of settlement systems. Economic Geography 58: 21–28. [50]

D.R. Fesenmaier, M.F. Goodchild and S.R. Lieber (1981) The importance of urban milieu in predicting recreation participation: the case of day hiking. Leisure Science 4: 459–476. [49]

M.F. Goodchild, R. Milliff and S. Davies (1981) The significance of potential-density regressions. Professional Geographer 33: 341–349. [48]

M.F. Goodchild (1980) The effects of generalization in geographical data encoding. In Herbert Freeman and Geoffredo G. Pieroni, editors, Map Data Processing. New York: Academic Press, 191–206. [47]

M.F. Goodchild and N. Lam (1980) Areal interpolation: a variant of the traditional spatial problem. Geoprocessing 1: 297–312. [46]

M.F. Goodchild and T.R. Smith (1980) Intransitivity, the spatial interaction model and U.S. migration streams. Environment and Planning A 12: 1131–1144. [45]

M.F. Goodchild, D.R. Fesenmaier and S.R. Lieber (1980) Correlates of day-hiking travel: the effects of aggregation. Journal of Leisure Research 12: 213–228. [44]

M.F. Goodchild and P.J. Booth (1980) Location and allocation of recreation facilities: public swimming pools in London, Ontario. Ontario Geography 15: 35–51. [42]

M.F. Goodchild (1980) Algorithm 9: simulation of autocorrelation for aggregate data. Environment and Planning A 12: 1073–1081. [41]

M.F. Goodchild (1980) Fractals and the accuracy of geographical measures. Mathematical Geology 12: 85–98. [40]

M.F. Goodchild (1979) Commentary: current issues in interaction. Ontario Geography 13: 85–89. [39]

D.R. Fesenmaier, M.F. Goodchild and S. Morrison (1979) The spatial structure of the rural urban fringe. Canadian Geographer 23: 255–265. [38]

M.F. Goodchild, J.D. Radke and N. Lam (1979) An approach to the study of nodal growth. Canadian Journal of Regional Science 2: 67–76. [36]

M.F. Goodchild (1979) The aggregation problem in location-allocation. Geographical Analysis 11: 240–255. [35]

M.F. Goodchild and M.Y. Carmen Kwan (1978) Models of hierarchically dominated spatial interaction. Environment and Planning A 10: 1307–1318. [34]

M.F. Goodchild (1978) Spatial choice in location-allocation problems: the role of endogenous attraction. Geographical Analysis 10: 65–72. [33]

M.F. Goodchild, contributing editor (1977) A Leisure Study, Canada, 1975. Ottawa: Secretary of State. [32]

M.F. Goodchild (1977) Statistical aspects of the polygon overlay problem. In Harvard Papers on Geographic Information Systems. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 6. [31]

M.F. Goodchild and W-S. Moy (1977) Estimation from grid data: the map as a stochastic process. In R.F. Tomlinson, editor, Proceedings of the Commission on Geographical Data Sensing and Processing, Moscow, 1976. Ottawa: International Geographical Union, Commission on Geographical Data Sensing and Processing, 67–77. [30]

M.F. Goodchild (1977) Spatial clustering. In Ontario Research Council on Leisure, Analysis Methods and Techniques for Recreation Research and Leisure Studies. Ottawa: Lands Directorate, Environment Canada. [29]

M.F. Goodchild (1977) An evaluation of lattice solutions to the corridor location problem. Environment and Planning A 9: 727–738. [27]

M.F. Goodchild, W.A. Swanson and J.H. Ross (1977) PLUS, A Conversational Regional Planning Tool. Occasional Paper 14. Ottawa: Environment Canada, Lands Directorate. [26]

M.F. Goodchild (1976) Perception, preference and geometry. In R.G. Golledge and G. Rushton, editors, Spatial Choice and Spatial Behaviour. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 179–190. [25]

M.F. Goodchild (1976) Geographic data processing concepts and their application to park and other land use planning. In Canadian Outdoor Recreation Demand Study. Ottawa: Parks Canada, 2: 595–626. [24]

M.F. Goodchild (1976) The meaning of R2 in using analysis of variance to explain participation in recreation activities. In Canadian Outdoor Recreation Demand Study. Ottawa: Parks Canada, 2: 582–594. [23]

M.F. Goodchild (1976) Statistical considerations using gravity type models to explain visitor flows. In Canadian Outdoor Recreation Demand Study. Ottawa: Parks Canada, 2: 564–581. [22]

M.F. Goodchild and P.J. Booth (1976) Modelling human spatial behaviour in urban recreation facility site location., In Research Program: Impact of the Public Sector on Local Economies, Discussion Paper 7. London, Ontario: University of Western Ontario, Department of Economics [21]

M.F. Goodchild (1976) The Determinants of Land Capability. Ottawa: Environment Canada, Lands Directorate, Occasional Paper 7. [20]

K.J. Dueker, R. Talcott, J. Milligan and M.F. Goodchild (1974) Land Resource Information System: A Sevelopment and Test for the State of Iowa. Iowa City: University of Iowa, Institute for Urban and Regional Research, Final Report 11. [17]

B.H. Massam and M.F. Goodchild (1974) The evolution of territorial organisation: a case study. In Cox, Reynolds and Rokkan, editors, Locational Approaches to Power and Conflict. Sage, 141–172. [16]

M.F. Goodchild and D.C. Ford (1974) Analysis of scallop patterns by simulation under controlled conditions. In A. Falconer, B.D. Fahey and R.D. Thompson, editors, Physical Geography, the Canadian Context. Toronto: McGraw-Hill Ryerson, 98–107. [15]

M.F. Goodchild (1973) A Position Paper on Geographic Data Processing. Ottawa: Department of Indian and Northern Affairs. [14]

G. Rushton, M.F. Goodchild and L.A. Ostresh (1973) Computer Programs for Location-Allocation Problems. Department of Geography, University of Iowa, Monograph 6. [13]

M.F. Goodchild (1972) The trade area of a displaced hexagonal lattice point. Geographical Analysis 4: 105–107. [9]

B.H. Massam and M.F. Goodchild (1971) Temporal trends in the spatial organization of a service agency. Canadian Geographer 15: 193–206. [8]

M.F. Goodchild and B.H. Massam (1971) Some least-cost models of spatial administrative systems in Southern Ontario. In R.L. Gentilcore, editor, Geographical Approaches to Canadian Problems. Prentice-Hall, Canada, Ltd., 220–228. [7]

M.F. Goodchild and D.C. Ford (1971) Analysis of scallop patterns under controlled conditions. Journal of Geology 52–62. [6]

M.F. Goodchild (1969) Stereographic cave mapping. Bulletin, National Speleological Society 31: 19–22. [5]

M.F. Goodchild and B.H. Massam (1969) Some least-cost models of spatial administrative systems in Southern Ontario. Geografiska Annaler 52B: 86–94. [4]

M.F. Goodchild (1969) Local structure in the town populations of Iowa. Geographical Analysis 1: 404. [3]

M.F. Goodchild and K.M. Donkin (1967) A computerized approach to increased map library utility. The Cartographer 4. [2]

M.F. Goodchild (1966) The Nakimu Caves. The Speleologist. [1]

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Organizer, Specialist Meeting on Volunteered Geographic Information, Santa Barbara, December 2007.

Organizer, Specialist Meeting on Agent-Based Modeling of Complex Spatial Systems, Santa Barbara, December 2007.

Geneeral Chair, International Conference on Geographic Information Science (GIScience 2004), Adelphi, MD, September 2004.

General Chair, International Conference on Geographic Information Science (GIScience 2002), Boulder, CO, September 2002.

Organizer, Specialist Meeting on Location-Based Services, Santa Barbara, December 2001.

Co-Chair, Workshop in Landscape Change, Santa Barbara, January 2001.

General Chair, International Conference on Geographic Information Science (GIScience 2000), Savannah, GA, October 2000.

Organizer, International Conference on Discrete Global Grids, Santa Barbara, March 2000.

Organizer, Data Access Thread, National Geodata Forum, Washington, DC, June 1999.

Organizer, Pre-Conference Workshops, 3rd National Conference on GIS in Public Health, San Diego, August 1998

Organizer, International Conference on Interoperating GISs, Santa Barbara, December 1997.

Organizer, Conference on Geographies of the Information Society, Santa Barbara, February 1997.

Organizer, Conference on Deploying ITS Map Database Interoperability Specifications, Santa Barbara, December 1996.

Organizer, Conference on Object Orientation and Navigable Databases, Santa Barbara, March 1996

Organizer, Second Specialist Meeting, NCGIA Research Initiative on Multiple Roles for GIS in US Global Change Research, Santa Fe, January 1996.

Organizer, Third International Conference/Workshop on Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling, Santa Fe, January 1996.

Organizer, Workshop on Spatial Metadata, Alexandria Digital Library, Santa Barbara, November 1995.

Organizer, First Specialist Meeting, NCGIA Research Initiative on Multiple Roles for GIS in US Global Change Research, Santa Barbara, March 1995.

Organizer, Second International Conference/Workshop on Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling, Breckenridge, CO, September 1993.

Co-organizer, First International Conference/Workshop on Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling, Boulder, September 1991.

Organizer, Specialist Meeting, NCGIA Research Initiative on Spatial Decision Support Systems, Santa Barbara, March 1990.

Organizer, Specialist Meeting, NCGIA Research Initiative on the Accuracy of Spatial Databases, Casa De Maria, Montecito, CA, December 1988

Organizer and vice-chairman, First Meeting, IGU Global Database Planning Project, Tylney Hall, UK, May 1988

Organizer, Workshop on Geographic Information Systems, Nova Scotia Land Survey Institute, June 14-18, 1985; June 16-21, 1987 

Organizer and chairman, Special Sessions on quantitative methods, CAGONT/ELDAAG, London, Ontario, November 1980 

Organizer, Workshop on Teaching Quantitative Methods, CAG, London, Ontario, May 1978 

Organizer and co-chairman, First International Symposium on Locational Decisions, Banff, Alberta, April 1978. Sponsored and funded by: University of Western Ontario, University of Calgary, Canada Council, National Research Council, Government of Alberta and Petro Canada.

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"Current Issues in GIS Education". GIS Education Conference, University of Toronto, December 2015

"Future Opportunities in GIS and Science", Esri African Users Conference, Cape Town, November 2015

"Facets of GIScience". Esri African Users Conference, Cape Town, November 2015

"Introduction to Digital Earth". International Symposium on Digital Earth, Halifax, October 2015

"Keeping the Dream Alive". Keynote, International Symposium on Digital Earth, Halifax, October 2015

"25 Years of Progress: GIScience 2015". Keynote, Ozri 2015, Melbourne, September.

"The Science behind Good UI Design". Ozri 2015, Melbourne, September.

"Space, Place, and GIS". University at Buffalo, April 2015.

"Space, Place, and GIS". Hammond Lecture, University of Tennessee, February 2015.

"Big Data and GIS". Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 2015.

"Big Data and GIS". Masaryk University, Brno, December 2014.

"GIS Applications in Planning". Tsinghua University, November 2014.

"Big Data and GIS Applications". Dalian Maritime University, Chinese University of Petroleum, Northwest University, Chang'An University, Capital Normal University, November 2014.

"Space, Place, and GIS". Kohn Colloquium, University of Iowa, November 2014.

"Is Big (Geo)Data the Next Big Thing in GIScience?" University College, London, October 2014.

"Space, Place, and GIS". University of Greenwich, October 2014.

"Uncertainty in Geospatial Data". Computing Community Consortium Workshop: "Uncertainty in Computation", Washington DC, October 2014

"Geodesign with CyberGIS". Second International Conference on CyberGIS, Redlands, CA, August 2014.

"GIS Designing Our Future". RMIT University, Melbourne, July 2014.

"VGI Transforming the World". GeoCrowd Summer School, St Andrews University, July 2014,

"Mapping Spatial Capital". 3rd International Symposium EIDOLON, Laval University, Quebec, July 2014.

"Space, Place, and Health". High-Level Forum: Fostering International Geospatial Health Research Collaborations: Challenges and Opportunities. Chinese University of Hong Kong, June 2014.

"Geosensors". GeoHealth Round Table, Gävle, Sweden, March 2014.

"Space and Place". University of Redlands, January 2014.

"Advances in the Mapping Sciences: Towards a Spatially Enabled Society". Board on Earth Sciences and Resources, National Research Council, 25th Anniversary meeting, Washington, DC, November 2013.

"GIS: Designing Our Future". Northeast Normal University, Changchun; Information Engineering University, Zhengzhou; Henan University, Kaifeng; Lanzhou University; November 2013.

"Big Data, the Cloud, the Internet, and GIS". Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan, November 2013.

"Geodesign: Understanding Human Health". Information Center, Ministry of Health, Beijing, October 2013.

"High-Resolution Satellite Remote Sensing Imagery and Its Application". Chinese Academy of Sciences, October 2013; State Forestry Bureau, Beijing, October 2013.

"The Promise of Geodesign". Keynote, Geodesign International Conference: Maximizing the Benefits, Beijing, October 2013.

"Enhancing the Value of Remote Sensing". Plenary Address, International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS), Melbourne, July 2013.

"The Quality of Big (geo)Data". Open Forum on Research Opportunities and Challenges in GIScience. Tongji University, Shanghai, China, June 2013.

"Planning in a Geospatially Enabled Society". Opening Keynote, 21st International Conference on Geoinformatics, Kaifeng, China, June 2013.

"The Challenge of a Curved Earth". Symposium on Digital Earth: A Discrete Global Grid Approach, Banff, May 2013.

"GIS:Designing Our Future". Hubei Surveying and Mapping Bureau, Wuhan; Jiangxi Surveying and Mapping Bureau, Nanchang; Nanjing Normal University. May 2013.

"GeoDesign in Urban Planning". Chongqing Planning Bureau, May 2013.

"Geographic Intelligence". International School of Software, Wuhan University, May 2013.

"The Future of GISystems and Science". Sun Yat Sen University, Guangzhou; Wuhan University. May 2013.

"GIScience for the Smart City". Opening keynote, Geospatial Information Summit on Smart City, Wuhan University, May 2013.

"Increasing the Power of Place". Keynote, 2013 Washington State GIS Conference, Lynwood WA, May.

"Old Debates, New Opportunities". Progress in Human Geography Plenary, Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, April 2013.

"Critical GIScience Circa 2013". Alt.GIS Workshop, Santa Barbara, April 2013.

"Reinventing the Geospatial World: 2020 or 1984?" University of Kentucky, April 2013.

"Emerging Trends: Communities". Keynote, EUROGI imaGIne Conference, Dublin, March 2013.

"Exploring Digital Earth". Keynote, 47th Annual Alaska Surveying and Mapping Conference, Anchorage, February 2013.

"Visualizing Geospatial Uncertainty". Distinguished Lecture, SCI Institute, University of Utah, January 2013.

"Integrating Space-Time Analysis". Space-Time GIScience and Analysis Forum, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, November 2012.

"Integrating Space-Time Analysis". Space-Time GIScience and Analysis Forum, Wuhan University, November 2012.

"Geographic Intelligence". Keynote, SpaceTimeLab Launch Event, University College, London, October 2012.

"Geographic Intelligence". Department of Geography colloquium presentation, University of Washington, October 2012

"A Personal Perspective on Cave Navigation". "Caves and Cognition: Exploring the Cave Experience from Multidisciplinary Perspectives", University of California, Merced, October 2012.

"Exploring Digital Earth". Keynote, GIS-Pro 2012, Portland, OR, October.

"The Future of Digital Earth". Keynote, GeoInformatics 2012, Chinese University of Hong Kong, June.

"Exploring Digital Earth". Retirement Celebration, University of California, Santa Barbara, May 2012.

"Reflections and Visions". Keynote, Global Geospatial Conference, Québec, May 2012.

"GISRUK at 20". Keynote, GIS Research UK, Lancaster, April 2012.

"Geographical Intelligence". Esri Colloquium, Redlands, April 2012.

"GIScience and Spatio-Temporal Analysis: An Overview of Recent Advances". Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, New York, February 2012.

"Communicating Spatial Uncertainty". Annual Meeting, Association of American Geographers, New York, February 2012.

"The Quality of Big (Geo)Data". Colloquium presentation, Department of Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara, January 2012.

"GeoDesign: The Way Forward". Keynote, Saudi Planning and GeoDesign Conference, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, November 2011.

"Where are We? The Spatial Sciences in 2011". Keynote, Surveying and Spatial Sciences Conference, Wellington, NZ, November 2011.

"Discrete Global Grids: Retrospect and Prospect". Keynote, Workshop on Global Spatial Grid 2011, Beijing, November.

"Geographical Intelligence". Keynote, GeoMundus Conference, Münster, Germany, October 2011.

"Critical Spatial Thinking". Lunchtime speaker, 34th Applied Geography Conference, University of Redlands, October 2011.

"Realizing the Vision of CyberGIS". Plenary Address, NSF CyberGIS Project All Hands Meeting, Oak Ridge, TN, September.

"Spatial Thinking and the GIS User Interface". Keynote, International Conference: Spatial Thinking and Geographic Information Sciences 2011. Tokyo, September.

"GIS Today and Tomorrow: A US Perspective". PASCO Corp, Tokyo, September 2011.

"Digital Earth: Inventory and Prospect". Keynote, Hengstberger Symposium "Towards Digital Earth: 3D Spatial Infrastructures". University of Heidelberg, September 2011.

"Geographic Intelligence". Keynote, European Colloquium on Quantitative and Theoretical Geography, Harokopio University, Athens, September 2011.

"Geographic Intelligence". Keynote, GeoInformatics 2011, Shanghai, June.

"The Changing Face of GIS". University of Miami, April 2011.

"Citizens as Sensors: The World of Volunteered Geography". George Mason University, March 2011.

"It's about Time: The Temporal Dimension in VGI". Keynote, Esri Redlands Week, February 2011.

"Challenges in GIS Research". University of Redlands, February 2011.

"Perspectives from the GIScience Research Community". NIH-Wide GIS Infrastructure Workshop, Rockville, MD, February 2011.

"Data Synthesis: A New Statistical Paradigm". Department of Statistics, University of California, Los Angeles, January 2011.

"Challenges in Geographic Information Science". Conference on Enhancing Latin American GIS&T Capacity for Innovation and Economic Development, Panama City, December 2010.

"From Community Mapping to Critical Spatial Thinking: The Changing Face of GIS". Distinguished Lecture, Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences Directorate, National Science Foundation, Washington DC, November 2010.

"The Future of Geographic Information Science". James Madison University, November 2010.

"Citizens as Sensors: The World of Volunteered Geography". Mapping Science Committee, National Research Council, Washington DC, October 2010.

"The Changing Face of GIS". 12th Japan-Korea International Symposium on GIS, Kyoto, October 2010.

"The Changing Face of GIS". School of Geographic Sciences and Planning, Arizona State University, October 2010.

"Twenty Years of Progress: GIScience in 2010". Schermerhorn Lecture, Opening Academic Programme, ITC 2010–2011,Enschede, Netherlands, September.

"Challenges in GIS Research". Master Class, ITC, Enschede, Netherlands, September 2010.

"The Changing Face of GIS". Tenth Anniversary Inaugural Lecture, New University of Lisbon, September 2010.

"Optimizing Feature Matching in Conflation" with Linna Li. GIScience 2010, Zurich, September.

"Researching the Geocrowd". Opening Keynote, Third Spatial Socio-Cultural Knowledge Workshop, Defence Academy, Shrivenham, UK, June 2010.

"The Future of Geography in an Emerging Information-Technology Society". University of Cologne, June 2010.

"Fundamental Spatial Concepts". University of Cologne, June 2010.

"Volunteered Geographic Information". GEOIDE Summer School, Calgary, June 2010.

"Fundamental Spatial Concepts". Keynote, GEOIDE Summer School, Calgary, June 2010.

"Twenty Years of Progress: GIScience in 2010". Opening Keynote, Joint International Conference on Theory, Data Handling and Modelling in Geospatial Information Science, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, May 2010.

"The Evolving Landscape of MCMD Information Flow". Opening Keynote, US-Taiwan Workshop on the Advancement of Societal Response to Mega-Disasters Afflicting Mega-Cities, Taipei, May 2010.

"The Changing Face of GIS". Geoinformatik 2010, Kiel, Germany, March

"The Changing Face of GIS". Technical University of Graz, Austria, March 2010

"Challenges in GIS Research". Opening Keynote, GISRUK Conference, London, April 2010

"The Changing Face of GIS". Keynote, Fifth Saudi Arabian GIS Conference, Dammam, April 2010

"The Changing Face of GIS". University of Nottingham, April 2010

"The Changing Face of GIS". University of Leicester, April 2010

"GIS as a Sandbox: The Challenge of Spatio-Temporal Analysis and Modeling". Space-Time Modeling and Analysis Workshop, Redlands, CA, February 2010

"CyberGIS: What Still Needs to be Done?". Opening Keynote, CyberGIS Workshop, Washington DC, February 2010.

"Spatial by Design: Understanding the Special Role of GIS". Keynote, GeoDesign Summit, Redlands, January 2010.

"Geographical Information Systems and Science: Today and Tomorrow". Opening keynote, Workshop on GIS Technology and Applications, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, December 2009.

"Uncertainty in Geographical Information". Workshop on GIS Technology and Applications, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, December 2009.

"The Changing Face of GIS". Michigan State University, October 2009.

"The Changing Face of GIS". Capital Normal University, Beijing, October 2009.

"Geographic Information Systems and Science: Today and Tomorrow". Keynote Address, International Conference on Mining Science and Technology, Xuzhou, October 2009.

"The Changing Face of GIS". Keynote Address, International Conference on Mining Science and Technology, Xuzhou, October 2009.

"Virtual Geographic Environments as Collective Constructions". Wuhan University, October 2009.

"Enabling Analysis in Space and Time". Opening Keynote, International Symposium on Spatial Analysis, Spatio-Temporal Data Modeling and Data Mining (ISSA 2009), Wuhan, October.

"The Changing Face of GIS". Keynote Address, GIS in the Humanities and Social Sciences 2009, Taipei, October.

"Enabling Analysis in Space and Time". Opening Keynote, Conference on "The Dynamics of Space-Time Use: Measurement, Patterns, and Consequences". Ohio State University, October 2009.

"The Changing Face of GIS". Institute for Remote Sensing Applications, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, September 2009.

"Digital Earth: A Decadal Assessment". Sixth International Symposium on Digital Earth, Beijing, September 2009.

"The Changing Face of GIS". Opening Keynote, 17th International Conference on Geoinformatics, George Mason University, August 2009.

"The Quality of Geospatial Context". First International Workshop on Quality of Context (QuaCon 2009), Stuttgart, June 2009.

"California Reality and Nova Scotia Dreaming". Tech Social, Nova Scotia Community College, Middleton, June 2009.

"The Changing Face of GIS". Geomatics Atlantic, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, June 2009.

"Formalizing Place in Geographic Information Systems". Conference on Place, Health and Equity, University of Washington, May 2009.

"Geographic Information Systems and Science: Today and Tomorrow". University of California, Merced, April 2009.

"Citizens as Sensors: The World of Volunteered Geography". GeoJournal Plenary Lecture, Association of American Geographers, Las Vegas, March 2009.

"Business Opportunities in the Evolving Geoweb". University of Mary Washington, March 2009.

"SDI: Now What?" Istitut Cartografic de Catalunya, Barcelona, February 2009.

"The Geospatial Web: A State of the Art Report". INPE, Sao Jose dos Campos, Brazil, February 2009.

"Geographic Information Systems and Science: Today and Tomorrow". University of Minnesota, January 2009.

"Citizens as Sensors: Web 2.0 and the World of Volunteered Geography". University of Western Ontario, December 2008.

"Geography and Geospatial Science: Today and Tomorrow". Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, December 2008.

"Citizens as Sensors: Volunteered Geographic Information". World University Network Virtual Seminar in NeoGeography, December 2008.

"Geographic Information in the World of Web 2.0". Borchert Lecture, University of Minnesota, November 2008.

"Simulation, Modeling, and Digital Earth: Status and Prospects". Digital Earth Summit on Geoinformatics: Tools for Global Change Research. Potsdam, November 2008.

"Spatial@ucsb: Perspectives for Teaching and Research". National Geographic Society, November 2008.

"GIS and GIScience: Today and Tomorrow". Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing; Sichuan University, Chengdu; Chinese Academy of Sciences, Lanzhou; Chinese Academy of Sciences, Urumqi; Wuhan University; October 2008.

"Fundamental Spatial Concepts". Wuhan University, October 2008.

"A Geostatistical Framework for Geospatial Data Analysis and Modeling across Multiple Spatial and Temporal Scales". NGA Academic Research Program conference, Washington DC, September 2008.

"Virtual Geographic Environments as Collective Constructions". Keynote Address, International Workshop on Indoor Spatial Awareness, Seoul, August 2008.

"Successful Response Starts with a Map: Improving Geospatial Support for Disaster Management". Special Lecture, Korean Research Institute for Human Settlements, Seoul, August 2008.

"The Geospatial Web: A State of the Art Report". Keynote Address, IEEE Conference on Semantic Computing, Santa Clara, August 2008.

"Top Down or Bottom Up: Geographic Data Production and Web 2.0". Keynote Address, GeoWeb 2008, Vancouver, July.

"Assertion and Authority: User-Generated Geographic Content". Keynote Address, GI-Forum 2008, Salzburg, July.

"Authority and Assertion: The Science of User-Generated Geographic Content". Colloquium for Andrew U. Frank's 60th Birthday, Vienna University of Technology, June 2008.

"Spatial Accuracy 2.0". Keynote Address, Eighth International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Shanghai, June 2008.

"Representation of Geospatial Futures". National University of Ireland, Maynooth, May 2008.

"GIS 101". Isoscapes Conference, Santa Barbara, April 2008.

"The Future of GIS and Geospatial Technology in Our Changing World". Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Tennessee, March 2008.

"SKIing for GIScience". First Annual Conference on Spatial Knowledge and Intelligence, Fernie, BC, February 2008.

"GIS Frontiers in Transportation". University of California Transportation Center annual student conference, UC Santa Barbara, January 2008.

"Virtual Geographic Environments as Collective Constructions". Opening keynote, International Conference on Developments in Visualization and Virtual Environments in Geographic Information Science, Chinese University of Hong Kong, January 2008.

"The Global Positioning System: Where Are We Now?" Ventura College, November 2007.

"Citizens as Sensors: The World of Volunteered Geography". Festival International de Geographie, St-Dié-des-Vosges, France, October 2007; Minghi Distinguished Lecture, University of South Carolina, February 2008; ESRI, March 2008.

"Geographic Information Science for Sustainability". Conference on Geographical Concepts in the Academy: Sustainability, GIS, and the World, Clark University, September 2007.

"Transportation and GIScience". Transportation Research Board, Washington, September 2007.

"GIS, Map Accuracy, and Statistics". Joint Statistical Meetings, Salt Lake City, August 2007.

"Towards User-Centric Description of Data Quality". Keynote Presentation, International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality, Enschede, June 2007; Technical University of Munich, July 2008.

"Culture in Place: New Geospatial Tools for the Humanities". University of California, San Diego, May 2007; University of California, Los Angeles, May 2008.

"What Has GIS Done to Geography?". University of California, Santa Barbara, Geography Colloquium, February 2007; Pennsylvania State University, March 2007.

"Successful Response Starts with a Map: Improving Geospatial Support for Disaster Management". Management Association for Private Photogrammetric Surveyors, Washington DC, March 2007; Subcommittee on Disaster Reduction, Executive Office of the President, Washington DC, June 2007; University of Mary Washington, October 2007.

"Fundamental Spatial Concepts". Keynote Address, Workshop on Spatial Thinking in the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, December 2006; ESRI, May 2008.

"The Case for Space". Seminar on GIS, Spatial Concepts and Social Science, University of California, Berkeley, November 2006; Curtin University, November 2007; Temple University, November 2007; Ryerson University, November 2007.

"Statistical Perspectives on Spatial Social Science". Morris Hansen Memorial Lecture, Washington Statistical Society, Washington DC, November 2006.

"Fine-Scale Urban Representation". Academicians' Forum, School of Urban Design, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China, October 2006.

"The Spatial Web: Visions for a Geospatial World". Keynote Address, Geoinformatics 06, Wuhan, China, October; Los Alamos National Laboratory, February 2007; Nova Scotia Community College, Lawrencetown, March 2007; Dalhousie University, March 2007; University of Redlands, May 2007; Los Angeles County Health Department, February 2008.

"Representation and Computation of Geographic Dynamics". Plenary Presentation, UCGIS Research Workshop on Computation and Visualization for the Understanding of Dynamics in Geographic Domains. Maritime Institute, Linthicum Hts, MD, October 2006; Keynote, GIS Research UK, April 2007; Keynote, 13th European Community GI and GIS Workshop, Porto, July 2007; Curtin University, November 2007.

"Conflation Research in Support of Digital Gazetteers". NGA Academic Research Program annual symposium, Washington DC, September 2006.

"The Spatial Web: Visions for a Geographically Enabled World". Plenary Presentation, International Geographical Union, 2006 Brisbane Regional Conference, July; Queen's University, Belfast, April 2006; Presidential Lecture, National University of Ireland, Maynooth, April 2006; Colorado State University, November, 2006; Willamette University, September 2007; University of Mary Washington, October 2007; Charles Drew University, October 2007; Curtin University, November 2007.

"Statistical Perspectives on Geographic Information Science". Legends in Quantitative Geography and Spatial Science, International Geographical Union, 2006 Brisbane Regional Conference, July.

"GIS Futures". Keynote Address, Location 2006 (Annual User Conference, ESRI Ireland), Belfast and Dublin, June 2006.

"A Brief History of Geospatial Data Modeling". Keynote Address, GEOIDE Conference, Banff, June 2006; University of Nebraska, Lincoln, April 2008.

"What Has GIS Done to Geography". Keynote Address, Conference of Irish Geographers, Dublin, May 2006.

"Responding Better: Geographic Information in Emergency Management". Keynote Address, Northern Ireland Biennial Conference, Association for Geographic Information, Belfast, May 2006.

"Directions in GIScience". World University Network, Seminar in GIScience, March 2006.

"It All Starts with a Map: Training and Planning for Disaster". Spatial Literacy in Teaching and Communicating GIScience, Royal Geographical Society, London, February 2006.

"GIS in Business". Dublin Institute of Technology, February 2006.

“The Fundamental Laws of GIScience”. University of Leeds , February 2006; University of Zurich, January 2006.

"GIS, GIScience and Spatial Data: An American Perspective". "GIS in Practice", National University of Ireland, Maynooth, January 2006.

“Augmenting Geographic Reality”. National University of Ireland , Galway , December 2005.

"Future Directions for Geolibraries" Spatial Analysis International Workshop, University College, Dublin, October 2005.

"What Does Google Earth Mean for the Spatial Sciences?" Plenary Address, Spatial Sciences Conference, Melbourne, Australia, September 2005; Keynote Address, Annual Conference, IRLOGI, Dublin, October 2005; Geographic Visualization across the Social Sciences, National Centre for E-Social Science, University of Manchester, June 2006; University of Oklahoma, July 2006.

"The Transition of GIS from Academic Research Novelty to Billion-Dollar Industry". Annual Conference, CRC-SI, University of Melbourne, September 2005.

"Towards a General Theory of Geographic Representation in GIS". International Symposium on Spatio-Temporal Modeling, Spatial Reasoning, Spatial Analysis, Data Mining and Data Fusion (STM 05), Beijing, August 2005; University College, Cork, November 2005; National University of Ireland, Maynooth, March 2006. .

"Uncertainty and Interoperability: The Areal Interpolation Problem". International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality (ISSDQ 05), Beijing, August 2005.

"GIScience and Interoperability". Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Ispra, Italy, July 2005.

"Enabling Spatial Analysis: The Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science". Research Society on Alcoholism, Santa Barbara, June 2005.

"Globalizing GIS". Opening Keynote, GISPlanet 2005, Estoril, Portugal, May.

"Future Directions for Geolibraries". Cartography Users Advisory Committee, Library of Congress, May 2005.

"What Do GIS Professionals Need to Know?" GeoSpatial World 2005, San Francisco, April.

"The Fundamental Laws of GIScience". University of Texas, Austin, April 2005; University of Leeds, February, 2006; Colorado State University, November, 2006.

"Geo-Information for Disaster Management". Keynote, First International Conference on Geo-Information for Disaster Management, Delft, the Netherlands, March 2005.

"Geographic Information Systems and Science: Enabling a Location-Based Technology". Hong Kong Polytechnic University, March 2005.

"Directions in GIS". Keynote, Coastal Geotools 05, Myrtle Beach, SC, March.

"Best Practices for Visualizing Uncertain Information in Geography". National Research Council Workshop, "Toward Improved Visualization for Uncertain Information", Washington DC, March 2005.

"Exploiting Spatial Technologies in Health Research". Charles Drew University, February 2005, and the University of Southern California, January 2005.

"Spatially Integrated Social Science". Inaugural Conference, Australian Research Council Research Network in Spatially Integrated Social Science, Brisbane, December 2004.

"Bits of Geography: Maps and Mapping in the Digital Age". Haynes Lecture, Texas A&M University, November 2004.

"The Case for Space". Jacob Marschak Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Mathematics in the Behavioral Sciences, UCLA, November 2004.

"From Vespucci to GIS". International Conference "Vespucci e la Modernita", Florence, Italy, October 2004.

"Geographic Information Systems and Science: Enabling a Location-Based Technology". National Centre for Geocomputation, National University of Ireland Maynooth, October 2004.

"Cutting Edge Spatial Solutions in the Globalized World". International Symposium and Exhibition on Geoinformation 2004, Kuala Lumpur, September

"GIS: Time, for a Change", ESIG 2004, Lisbon, June.

"Educating the Next Generation of Geospatial Professionals", Intergraph Geospatial World conference, Miami, May 2004

"Thinking Spatially in the Social Sciences", Stanford University, May 2004

"The Fundamental Laws of GIScience", ESRI and University of Redlands, April, 2004

"Acknowledging and Representing Uncertainty", Conference on History and Geography: Assessing the Role of Geographical Information in Historical Scholarship, Newberry Library, Chicago, March 2004.

"Bits of Geography", Hunter College, CUNY, March 2004.

"GIScience, Geography, Form, and Process", Presidential Plenary, Centennial Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Philadelphia, March 2004.

"Spatial Perspectives for the Globe", Keynote Address, Specialist Meeting on Globalization in the World System: Mapping Change over Time", University of California, Riverside, February 2004.

"Models for Uncertainty in Area-Class Maps", Fifth Australasian Postgraduate Workshop on GIS, Social and Environmental Modelling, Kioloa, New South Wales, February 2004.

"The Fundamental Laws of GIScience", Seoul National University, November 2003.

"Spatially Enabled E-Government", Keynote Address, 8th International Seminar on GIS, Seoul, November 2003.

"Digital Earth: Recent Technical Progress", Keynote Address, First Taipei International Conference on Digital Earth, November 2003.

"Bits of Geography", Hooker Distinguished Lecture, McMaster University, October 2003.

"Augmenting Geographic Reality", McMaster University School of Geography and Geology, October 2003.

"Bits of Geography", Chancellor's Distinguished Lecture, Louisiana State University, October 2003.

"Recent Advances in GIScience", National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado, September 2003

"GIS and Modeling", Environmental Systems Research Institute, September 2003.

"The Fundamental Laws of GIScience", Environmental Systems Research Institute, September 2003.

"The GIScience Research Agenda: Inventory and Prospect", Royal Geographical Society/Institute of British Geographers Annual Conference, September 2003.

"The Fundamental Laws of GIScience", Department of Geography, University of Cambridge, September 2003.

"Spatial Data Infrastructure and Science", Guest Lecture, Vespucci Summer Institute, Florence, August 2003.

"The Spatial Web", Guest Lecture, Vespucci Summer Institute, Florence, August 2003.

"The Fundamental Laws of GIScience", Keynote, Annual Assembly, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science, Monterey, CA, June 2003

"Finding the Mainstream", Keynote, ScanGIS 2003, Helsinki, June.

"Bits of Geography". 2003 Faculty Research Lecture, University of California, Santa Barbara, April.

"Models for Uncertainty in Area-Class Maps". Second International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality, Hong Kong, March 2003.

"Augmenting Geographic Reality", Distinguished Lecture, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, March 2003.

"Augmenting Geographic Reality", ESRI India, Bangalore, January 2003.

"Finding the Mainstream", MapIndia 2003, New Delhi, January..

"Linking Science to Practice in Landscape Change", National Science Foundation, January 2003.

"Data Access and Data Warehousing", Keynote, GeoHealth 2002, Victoria University, Wellington, December.

"Finding the Mainstream", Keynote, Joint AURISA and ISA Conference, Adelaide, November 2002.

"Augmenting Geographic Reality", Southwest Texas State University, November 2002.

"Thinking Spatially in the Social Sciences", Brown University, October 2002.

"Augmenting Geographic Reality", University of Maryland, College Park, October 2002.

"GIS and Spatial Statistics: One World View or Two?", Spatial Statistics: Integrating Statistics, GIS, and Statistical Graphics, University of Washington, October 2002.

"What's Special about Spatial?", Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences, UCSB, October 2002.

"Accession and Sharing of Geographic Information", CODATA, Montreal, October 2002.

"Augmenting Geographic Reality", University of Colorado, September 2002.

"What's Special about Spatial?", University of California, Irvine, September 2002.

"Field Computing", National Research Council, Mapping Science Committee, August 2002.

"Augmenting Geographic Reality", Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, August, 2002.

"New Directions in Remote Sensing Education", NASA Workshop on Educating the Next Generation of Remote Sensing Professionals, University of New Hampshire, August 2002.

"GIS Education: The Next Level", Keynote, ESRI Education Users Conference, San Diego, July 2002.

"The Value of Spatially Explicit Modeling", Short Course on the Economics of Urban Sprawl and Land Use Change, Donald Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, University of California, Santa Barbara, June 2002.

"GIS in the Field". Keynote address, Geoinformatics 2002, Nanjing, June.

"Augmenting Geographic Reality". East China Normal University, Shanghai, May 2002.

"Augmenting Geographic Reality". University College, London, May 2002.

"The Nature and Value of Geographic Information". Association for Geographic Information, London, May 2002.

"Scales of Cybergeography". Center for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College, London, May 2002.

"Augmenting Geographic Reality: Origins and Evolution of Geographic Information Systems". Los Alamos National Laboratory, April 2002.

"Geospatial Data: The Bottom Line". Keynote, GeoTec Event, Toronto, April 2002.

"Why Space? Six General Principles". Association of American Geographers, Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, March 2002.

"Augmenting Geographic Reality". Gregory Lecture, University of Southampton, March 2002.

"Placing Liberal Arts Learning in a Geographic Context: Examples from the Earth and Social Sciences". Carleton College, February 2002.

"Augmenting Geographic Reality". Environmental Systems Research Institute, Redlands, February 2002.

"Augmenting Geographic Reality". Department of Geography, Syracuse University, November 2001.

"What Is Spatially Integrated Social Science, and What Might It Contribute to Social Science History?" Social Science History Association, Chicago, November 2001.

"Towards Spatially Integrated Social Science". George Mason University, November 2001.

"Geospatial Computation in Social Science: Basic Research, Applications, and Instructional Challenges". Department of Computer Science, University of Nebraska, November 2001.

"GIS: Time for a Change". Keynote Address, Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, Long Beach, October 2001.

"The Digital City: Inventory and Prospect". Keynote Address, International Conference on Urban Geoinformatics, Wuhan, October 2001.

"Current Research Issues in GIS". UN Development Program Conference on Application of GIS Technologies to Local Level Planning, New Delhi, October 2001.

"Application of GIS Technologies to Local Level Planning". Inaugural Address, UN Development Program Conference, New Delhi, October 2001

"A Geographer Looks at Spatial Information Theory". Keynote Address, International Conference on Spatial Information Theory (COSIT), Morro Bay, September 2001.

"The Future of Education in GIScience". 21st ESRI International User Conference, San Diego, July 2001.

"Geography Network and Gazetteers: Place Name Access to Spatial Locations". 21st ESRI International User Conference, San Diego, July 2001.

"Geodatabase: The ArcGIS Transportation Data Model (UNETRANS)". 21st ESRI International User Conference, San Diego, July 2001.

"New Directions in GIS". Department of Computer Science, Keele University, July 2001.

"The Nature and Value of Geographic Information". "Conference: The I in GIScience", Manchester, UK, July 2001.

"GIS and Spatial Analysis". Interuniversity Consortium for Social and Political Research, Ann Arbor, May 2001.

"Models for Uncertainty in Area Class Maps". GEOIDE workshop on spatial statistics, Quebec, May 2001.

"Tools and Scholarship in Natural Resources: A Creative Tension?". Tools Symposium, University of Idaho, April 2001.

"Geographic Information Technologies in Transportation: New Directions". Iowa State University, Center for Transportation Research and Education, March 2001.

"Collaboration through Internet GIS". Social Science Research Council, workshop on Information Technology in Social Science Research, University of Michigan, March 2001.

"Introduction to the Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype". Association of American Geographers, New York, February 2001.

"Introduction to CSISS". "Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science: A Critical Evaluation", Association of American Geographers, New York, February 2001.

"Transportation Infrastructure Management". Conference on Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Technologies for Transportation, Transportation Research Board, National Academy of Sciences, December 2000.

"Applications of Remote Sensing". Workshop, Conference on Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Technologies for Transportation, Transportation Research Board, National Academy of Sciences, December 2000.

"Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science". American Society of Criminology, San Francisco, November 2000.

"GIS for Infrastructure Applications". National Forum on Advanced GIS Applications and Database Needs for Civil Infrastructure Systems, New York University, October 2000.

"Challenges of Mathematical Geography". Teias Matematicas, University of Coimbra, Portugal, October 2000.

"Scale in Remote Sensing and GIS". Symposium on Spatial Statistics for Remote Sensing, ITC, Enschede, Netherlands, October 2000.

"Potential Contributions of Geographic Information Sciences to Health Studies". Pacific Rim Health Studies Workshop, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, September 2000.

"Models for Uncertainty in Area Class Maps". Remote Sensing Society, Leicester, UK, September 2000.

"Adding Value to Geographic Information". Keynote Presentation, Remote Sensing Society, Leicester, UK, September 2000.

"Digital Earth". Keynote Presentation, Fourth International Conference on Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling, Banff, September 2000.

"Distributed Geolibraries and the Digital Earth Project". EarthVIZ, University of California, Santa Cruz, May 2000.

"The Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype". Workshop on Gridded Population Databases, Columbia University, May 2000.

"Scales of Cybergeography". Brown Lecture, University of Minnesota, April 2000.

"Spatially Integrated Social Science: Building the Research Infrastructure". Association of American Geographers, Pittsburgh, April 2000.

"Spatial Analysis in a Communicating World". Invited Plenary Session, Mathematical Models and Quantitative Methods Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, Pittsburgh, April 2000.

"Discrete Global Grids for Digital Earth". International Conference on Discrete Global Grids, Santa Barbara, March 2000.

"Scientific Information". Information Technology Workshop II, University Consortium for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, CO, January 2000.

"Towards a Geography of Geographic Information". University of California, Los Angeles, January 2000.

"Visions for the Digital Library". Pacific Neighborhood Consortium/Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative, University of California, Berkeley, January 2000.

"Implementing Digital Earth: a research agenda". Keynote Presentation, International Symposium on Digital Earth, Beijing, November 1999.

"Spatial RDBMS: Opportunities and Challenges". Driven by Data, Los Angeles, November 1999.

"The Future of Geographic Information Science". University Hart Lecture, University of Sheffield, November 1999.

"Towards a Geography of Geographic Information". Ohio State University, October 1999; and University of Sheffield, November 1999.

"The Future of Gazetteers". Opening keynote, Digital Gazetteer Information Exchange, Washington, October 1999.

"New Horizons: Geographic Information Systems". OECD Conference on Social Sciences for a Digital World: Building Infrastructure for the Future, Ottawa, October 1999.

"Measurement-Based GIS". University at Buffalo, September 1999.

"Cartographic Futures for a Digital Earth". University of Cincinnati, September 1999.

"New Directions in Environmental Problem Solving". EPA Conference on Environmental Problem Solving with Geographic Information Systems, Cincinnati, September 1999.

“Cartographic Futures on a Digital Earth”. Keynote Presentation, International Cartographic Association, Ottawa, August 1999.

“The Value of a Digital Library for Earth System Education”. Opening Keynote, Geoscience Digital Library Workshop, Coolfont, WV, August 1999.

"Measurement-based GIS". Opening keynote, International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality, Hong Kong, July 1999.

"GIS and Social Science: New Tools, New Perspectives". Columbia University, May 1999

"Uncertainty in Geographic Data: Models and Strategies". Lamont-Doherty Observatory, Columbia University, May 1999.

"Keynote: More than Technology: GIS Applications for the Future". IMAGIN Forum, Lansing, Michigan, May 1999.

"Keynote: GIS and Transportation: Status and Challenges". International Workshop on GIS for Transportation and Intelligent Transportation Systems, Hong Kong, April 1999.

"Future Directions in Geographic Information Science". University of Saskatchewan and University of Calgary, January 1999.

"Towards a Geography of Digital Geographic Information in a Digital World". University of Saskatchewan and University of Calgary, January 1999.

“Geomatics and Geographic Information Science: Trans-Century Directions and Applictions”. Spatial Information Science and Technology (SIST ’98), Wuhan Technical University of Surveying and Mapping, December

“Challenges in Geographic Information Science”. University of California, Berkeley; University of Oregon; Oregon State University; November 1998

“Keynote: Gateway to the Earth”. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, October 1998

“Spatial Analysis: Problems and Issues in Mountain Environments”. Montana State University, September 1998

“Finding Data for Geocomputation”. Geocomputation 98, Bristol, September

“Rediscovering the World Through GIS. Prospects for a Second Age of Geographical Discovery”. GISPlaNET 98, Lisbon, September

“Spatial Analysis in GIS and Remote Sensing”. 5th International Congress on Sciences of the Earth, Santiago, Chile, August 1998

“Education and Training in GIS: An NCGIA Perspective”. 5th International Congress on Sciences of the Earth, Santiago, Chile, August 1998

“The UCGIS Research Agenda”. ESRI User Conference, San Diego, July 1998

“Encapsulating Simulation Models with Geospatial Data Sets”. Third International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Quebec City, May 1998

“Fuzzy Spatial Queries in Digital Spatial Data Libraries”. FUZZ-IEEE 98, Anchorage, May 1998

“Digital Libraries for Geocomputation”. Advances in Digital Libraries (ADL 98), Santa Barbara, April 1998

“Where Can Increased Funding Really Make a Difference?”. UCGIS Congressional Breakfast, April 1998

"Spatial Technologies and the City", MIT, April 1998

"Positional Distortion in Geographic Data Sets as a Barrier to Interoperation". American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Baltimore, March 1998

“New Directions in Geographic Information Science”. University of Wisconsin, Madison, November 1997

“National Science Priorities in Geoinformatics”. Networking Resources for Competitive Earth Systems Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Sioux Falls, SD, November 1997

“From GIS to Geographic Information Science: New Directions in Geographic Research”. University Harris Lecture, Texas A&M University, November 1997

“Cartography and Geographic Information Systems”. National Academy of Sciences, Academy Industry Program, Forum on Imaging and Visualization, Newport Beach, October 1997

“The Future of Spatial Data and Society”, keynote presentation, Geomatics Atlantic ’97, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 1997

“Geographic Information Technologies Transform the Information Professions”. Dalhousie University, October 1997

“Conference Assessment and Future Trends for GIS”, Third GIS Asia Pacific Conference, Jakarta, October 1997

"New Directions in the Information Sciences", University of Wyoming, September 1997

Invited discussant, "Geographic Information Research at the Millennium", GISDATA Final Conference, Strasbourg, September 1997

"GIS and Geography: Presidential Session", Association of Pacific Coast Geographers, Spokane, WA, September 1997.

"The New Generation of Scholars: Do They Really Need Us?" Invited presentation, Association of College and Research Libraries, American Library Association, San Francisco, June 1997.

"Views from the U.S. Mapping Science Committee: Past, present, and future". University Consortium for Geographic Information Science 1997 Annual Assembly and Summer Retreat, Bar Harbor, ME, June.

"An Update on the US National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis" and "GIS and Its Impacts on Organizations: Effects of New Technologies". ESIG '97, Lisbon, June.

"The GIS Research Agenda". Keynote presentation, SCANGIS '97, Stockholm, June.

"NCGIA's Varenius Project: Advancing Geographic Information Science". University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, May 1997.

"GIS, Spatial Analysis, and the Geographical Key". European Research Conference, "Socio-Economic Research and Geographic Information Systems". Il Ciocco, Italy, May 1997.

"The GIS Research Agenda". University College, London, Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis and Department of Photogrammetry and Surveying, May 1997.

"From GIS to Geographical Information Science". London School of Economics, May 1997.

"Research and Development: What has been achieved so far?" and "Spatial Information and Its Impact on Society". Conference: 10 Years After Chorley: The future for geographic information. The Royal Society, London, May 1997.

"Communicating the Results of Accuracy Assessment: Metadata, Digital Libraries, and Assessing Fitness for Use". First CASSINI International Workshop, Paris, April 1997.

"The Geolibrary". AGI Guest Lecture, GISRUK '97, Leeds, April 1997.

"Enabling Technologies and Educational Impacts: GIS". Atlantic Institute Think Tank V, "Global Education Paradigms in Geomatics/Geoinformation", Paris, April 1997.

"Modern Geographic Information Systems and Model Linking". Wageningen Agricultural University, Netherlands, February 1997.

"Keynote: Geographic Data and the New Information Profession". ALISE, Washington DC, February 1997.

"Distributed Information Infrastructure". US Congress, January 1997.

"Environmental Information Management - A Learned Perspective". Royal Roads University, Victoria, BC, January 1997.

"GIS Research". Surveys and Land Information, Cape Town, South Africa, December 1996.

"The Past and Future of Geographic Information Technology". GEO FORUM '96, Bakersfield, CA, December 1996.

"GIS as a Research Technology". Workshop on GIS Application in Cancer Research, Washington, DC, November 1996.

"Generalization, Uncertainty, and Error Modeling". GIS/LIS 96, Denver, November 1996.

"Accuracy of Spatial Databases". GIS in Illinois 1996 Conference, Schaumburg, November.

Keynote address: "The Past and Future of Geographic Information Technologies". GIS in Illinois 1996 Conference, Schaumburg, November.

"Directions in GIS". University of Michigan, September 1996.

Keynote Address. 1996 Genasys Conference, Fort Collins, August.

"Digital Libraries and Spatial Information Processing". IRREGULAR '96, Santa Barbara, August 1996.

"GIS, Spatial Analysis, and Interoperability". International Geographical Congress, The Hague, August 1996.

"Multiple Roles for GIS in Global Change Research". Joint ESF/NSF Second Summer Institute on Geographic Information Systems, Villa Borsig, Berlin, July 1996.

"Keynote Address: Directions in GIS". GIS Technology and Applications 1996, Taipei, May 1996.

"GIS the Academic Way: New Ideas from the Ivory Tower". ESRI User Conference, Palm Springs, May 1996.

"Communicating the Results of Accuracy Assessment: Metadata, Digital Libraries, and Assessing Fitness for Use". Second International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Fort Collins, CO, May 1996.

"Has GIS Killed Cartography?". Presidential Session, Association of American Geographers, Charlotte, NC, April 1996.

"Keynote Address: Directions in GIS". California GIS Conference 1996, San Francisco, February.

"Geographic Information Science and Geography". University of Western Ontario, Department of Geography, February 1996; and Michigan State University, Department of Geography, February 1996.

"The Alexandria Digital Library". Michigan State University, Department of Geography, February 1996.

"Alexandria and Spatial Metadata". North Carolina GIS Conference, Winston-Salem, February 1996

"Finding Geography in the Digital Library". University of Minnesota, Department of Geography, February 1996.

"Keynote Address: Directions in GIS". Third International Conference/Workshop on Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling, Santa Fe, January 1996.

"Accuracy of Spatial Databases" and "Spatial Analysis". Institut Geographique National, Paris, November 1995.

"Keynote Address: Spatial Data Libraries". First Conference on Spatial Multimedia and Virtual Reality, Lisbon, October 1995.

"Technical Advances in Spatial Data Sharing". URISA 95, San Antonio, TX, July 1995.

Keynote speaker, Tenth Annual Towson State GIS Conference, Towson, MD, June 1995.

"Computational Geography". Keynote Address, ACM International Workshop on Computational Geometry, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, June 1995

"The Alexandria Digital Library". ESRI Users Conference, Palm Springs, CA, May 1995.

"Future Directions for Geographic Information Science". Keynote Address, GeoInformatics '95, Hong Kong, May 1995.

"The Application of Advanced Information Technology in Assessing Environmental Impacts". Keynote Address, 1995 Bouyoucos Conference, Riverside, May 1995.

Keynote Address, New Mexico Geographic Information Council Annual Conference, Albuquerque, April 1995.

"The Alexandria Project". Council for Networked Information Spring Conference, Washington, DC, April 1995.

"An Update on GIS Research". Keynote Address, ERDAS User Group Meeting, Atlanta, March 1995.

"The Context of Alexandria: Library and Extracomputational Issues". Annual Meeting, AAG, Chicago, March 1995.

"GIS, Spatial Representation, and Statistical Mapping". International Symposium on Computer Mapping in Epidemiology and Environmental Health, Tampa, February 1995.

"Digital Spatial Data Libraries". University of Southern California, January 1995.

"An Update on GIS Research". Fifth Annual Nevada State GIS Conference, Reno, December 1994.

"The Bottom Line of Spatial Accuracy". 22nd AURISA Conference, Sydney, November 1994.

"Spatial Databases for Global Environmental Issues". 8th Toyota Conference, Mikkabi, November 1994.

"Accuracy of Spatial Databases". Applied Geography Conference, Akron, Ohio, October 1994.

"GIS Data Models for IVHS Map Databases". Applied Geography Conference, Akron, Ohio, October 1994.

"GIS and Mathematical Geology: Status and Prospects". International Association of Mathematical Geologists, Mt Tremblant, Que, October 1994.

"GIS Tutorial". Workshop on Antarctic GIS, Reston, VA, September 1994.

"GIS Research and NCGIA", University of Stockholm, September 1994.

"Keynote Address". Third Annual Natural Resources GIS/GPS Conference, Columbia College, Sonora, CA, August 1994.

"GIS Error Models and Visualization Techniques for Spatial Variability in Soils". 15th International Congress of Soil Science, Acapulco, July 1994.

"Geographic Information Science: Research and Education Needs of the National Spatial Data Infrastructure" and "Spatial Information in Contemporary Social Science". National Science Foundation, Washington DC, June 1994.

"Visualization of Uncertainty". International Conference on Spatial Accuracy of Natural Resource Databases, Williamsburg, VA, May 1994.

"GIS Research and NCGIA". Stanford University, April 1994.

"GIS Research and NCGIA". University of St Andrews, March 1994.

"GIS State of the Art". First Education-GIS Conference, Washington DC, January 1994.

"Accuracy of Spatial Databases", and "GIS and Geography". University of Colorado, Boulder, October 1993.

"Keynote Presentation: Spatial Data Issues". Second International Conference/Workshop on Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling, Breckenridge, CO, September 1993.

"Integrating GIS and GPS". The Institute of Navigation, Salt Lake City, September 1993.

"Uncertainty in Spatial Data: Challenges for Spatial Statistics". University of California, Riverside, May 1993.

"Geographic Information Systems Research at the NCGIA". Lockheed Palo Alto Colloquia, April 1993.

"Geographic Information Systems: Research and Exploration". New York University, April 1993.

"Integrating the Spatial Data Technologies". On Common Ground Conference, Denver, April 1993.

"GIS in the Future". Keynote address, North Carolina GIS Conference, Raleigh, April 1994.

"Accuracy of Spatial Data: Problem or Opportunity?". Keynote paper, Iowa State University GIS Fair, April 1993.

"Intuition, the Spatial Perspective, and ESDA". NCGIA Initiative 14 Workshop on Exploratory Spatial Data Analysis, Santa Barbara, February 1993.

"Accuracy of Spatial Data: Problem or Opportunity?" Ministry of Natural Resources, Province of Ontario, Toronto, February 1993.

"Keynote Address: Accuracy of Spatial Data: Problem or Opportunity?" Interagency Committee on Geomatics, Government of Canada, February 1993.

"Accuracy of Spatial Databases", University of Utah, February 1993.

"GIS Research and NCGIA", University of Utah, February 1993.

"The Spatial Perspective: Geographic Information in Contemporary Social Science". Jacob Marschak Interdisciplinary Colloquium on Mathematics in the Behavioral Sciences, UCLA, January 1993.

"A User Perspective on Quality Control". GIS/LIS 92, San Jose, November 1992.

"Towards a National Research Agenda in GIS". GIS/LIS 92, San Jose, November 1992.

"The Most Appropriate Discipline for GIS". GIS/LIS 92, San Jose, November 1992.

"Findings and Recommendations of the Governor's Geographic Information Task Force". GIS/LIS 92, San Jose, November 1992.

"GIS Research and the NCGIA". First Annual Meeting, GIS Association of Japan, Tokyo, October 1992.

"GIS overview". Hitachi, Japan, October 1992.

"GIS and Social Science". CIESIN, Saginaw, and ICPSR, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, August 1992.

"Error Models for Spatial Data". Joint Statistical Meetings, Boston, August 1992.

"Visualization of Fuzzy Scenes and Probability Fields". Fifth International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Charleston, SC, August 1992; Workshop on GIS and Visualization, Loughborough University, UK, July 1992.

"Overview of Metadata Issues". Information Exchange on Spatial Metadata, Federal Geographic Data Committee, Washington, June 1992.

"Accuracy of Spatial Databases". Bionetics, Kennedy Space Center, June 1992.

"GIS: Science or Profession?". American Society of Civil Engineers, 8th Conference on Computing in Civil Engineering, Dallas, June 1992.

"GIS Research and Education". Texaco GIS Conference, Houston, May 1992.

"GPS as an Aid to Spatial Data Quality: The Pluses and Minuses". On Common Ground Conference, Denver, April 1992.

"Error and Uncertainty in Spatial Dta". Kansas Geological Survey, Lawrence, March 1992.

"Research Agenda in GIS". University of Kansas, Department of Geography, Lawrence, March 1992.

"Trends in GIS". IBM Corp, Kingston NY, March 1992.

"Visualizing the Uncertainty in Multinomial Fields". Interface 92 (24th Symposium on the Interface: Computing Science and Statistics). College Station, TX, March 1992.

"Geographic Information Systems". Mare Amico (Friends of the Sea), Livorno, Italy, March 1992.

"Geographic Information Systems". University of Bologna, Italy, March 1992.

"Plenary Address: Technical Developments". GIS '92, Vancouver BC, February 1992.

"Accuracy of Spatial Databases". Department of Geosciences, University of California, Riverside, February 1992.

"A Factorial Model of Aggregate Spatio-Temporal Behavior: Application to the Diurnal Cycle". SUNY Buffalo, November 1991; University of Milan, December 1991.

"Recent Research in Census Data Mapping and Spatial Analysis". Censimenti: Applicazioni Statistiche e Computer, Turin, December 1991.

"Keynote Address: Geography and Statisticians". Statistics Canada, Symposium 91, Ottawa, November 1991.

"Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling at Global Scales". GIS/LIS 91, Atlanta, October 1991.

"Spatial Analysis with GIS: Problems and Prospects". GIS/LIS 91, Atlanta, October 1991.

"Introduction to GIS". IAMSLIC, Galveston, October 1991.

"Current Research in Spatial Decision Support Systems". URISA, San Francisco, August 1991.

"Keynote Address: GIS Research and Education in the USA". EDIS/SAGIS, Pretoria, July 1991.

"GIS and Spatial Analysis". AAG, Miami, April 1991.

"Is GIS a New Discipline?". AAG, Miami, April 1991.

"Keynote Address - Accuracy of Spatial Databases". University of Melbourne, June 1991.

"Accuracy of Spatial Databases". University of Canterbury, Christchurch NZ, June 1991; University of Georgia, October 1991.

"GIS Data Modeling". University of Dunedin, NZ, June 1991.

"NCGIA Education Activities: The Core Curriculum and Beyond". IBM Academic Users Conference, Dallas, June 1991.

"Keynote Address - Progress on the GIS Research Agenda". Second European GIS Conference, Brussels, April 1991.

"Trends in GIS Applications". Western Association of Map Librarians, Santa Barbara, March 1991.

"GIS and Social Science". NCGIA GIS in the Social Sciences conference, Santa Barbara, March 1991.

"Integrating GIS and Spatial Analysis". University of Sheffield, March 1991.

Keynote Address, State Mapping Advisory Committee, Columbia SC, January 1991.

"GIS and Geography". University of South Carolina, January 1991; University of Maryland, March 1991.

"GIS and Environmental Modeling". IIPS, New Orleans, January 1991.

"Modeling Error in Spatial Databases". GIS/LIS 90, Anaheim, November 1990; University of Maryland, March 1991.

"Interpreting Individual Behavior According to Space-Time Models in a GIS: Halifax, 1971". Social Science History Association, Minneapolis, October 1990.

"GIS Futures". University of Connecticut, Storrs, October 1990; Environment Canada, September 1990; IBM, Southbury CT, May 1990.

Banquet Address: "GIS in the 1990s". Joint NESTVAL/Middle States AAG meeting, Norwich CT, October 1990.

Keynote Address: "What Have We Learned from the 1980s?". GIS Seminar and Exhibition, Toronto, September 1990.

Keynote Address: "Spatial information Science". Fourth International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Zurich, July 1990.

"Issues in Next Generation GIS". AM/FM Executive Seminar, Keystone CO, July 1990.

Keynote Address. North Texas GIS Workshop, May 1990.

Keynote Address: "GIS and Cartography". 8th Australian Cartographic Conference, Darwin, April 1990

"A Hierarchical Spatial Data Structure for Global Geographic Information Systems". Advanced Computing in the Social Sciences, Williamsburg, VA, April 1990; CAG, Edmonton, June 1990; Fourth International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Zurich, July 1990.

"The Elusive Population Center of Canada". Statistics Canada, March 1990.

"GIS and Geography". University of Wisconsin, University of British Columbia, Simon Fraser University, February 1990.

"Building Global Databases using GIS". University of Victoria, February 1990.

"GIS Data Models". Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, March 1990; University of Victoria, February 1990.

"A General Framework for the Spatial Interpolation of Socioeconomic Data". North American Regional Science Association, Santa Barbara, November 1989; Advanced Computing in the Social Sciences, Williamsburg, VA, April 1990.

"GIS and Marketing Research". Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, October 1989.

"GIS and the New Geography". First Midlands GIS Lecture, Leicester, UK, October 1989 (sponsored by AGI).

"Optimal Tiling for Cartographic Databases". International Cartographic Association (14th Congress), Budapest, August 1989; Symposium on the Design and Implementation of Large Spatial Databases, Santa Barbara, July 1989; Kent State University, October 1989.

"Modeling Error in Spatial Databases". Western Regional Meeting, Institute of Mathematical Statistics, Davis, June 1989; Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, October 1989.

Geographic Information Systems". Congressional breakfast sponsored by Consortium of Social Science Associations, June 1989

"NCGIA Core Curriculum Project". GIS in Higher Education, Ohio State University, June 1989; June 1990.

"Geographic Information Systems". IBM Higher Education Executive Conference, Orlando, May 1989.

"GIS Research". University of Iowa, April, 1989.

"Optimal Tiling for Large Cartographic Databases". AutoCarto 9, Baltimore, April 1989.

"Three Mode Factor Analysis and Diurnal Cycles of Urban Activity". Western Regional Science Association, San Diego, February 1989.

"Structuring Spatial Analysis for Geographic Information Systems". AAAS, San Francisco, January 1989.

"Accuracy of Spatial Data". University of Delaware, February 1989; University of Idaho, March 1989; EPA Great Lakes GIS Workshop, October 1989; University of Victoria, February, 1990; University of Wisconsin, February 1990; Indiana GIS Workshop, November 1990.

"Geographic Information Systems and Spatial Analysis". San Diego State University, February 1989; University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, February 1989; University of Delaware, February 1989; University of Idaho, March 1989.

"The National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis". GIS Conference, Denver, September 1988; GIS/LIS '88, San Antonio, November 1988; University of Delaware, February 1989; IBM, Palo Alto, January 1989; Jet Propulsion Laboratory, January 1989; National Science Foundation, December 1988, October 1989; Applied Geography Conference, Binghamton, October 1989; Great Lakes GIS Workshop, October 1989; GIS East, Washington DC, June 1990.

"The City in Space and Time: A Daily Time Geography of Halifax". CAG, Halifax, May 1988.

"Issues of Accuracy in Global Databases". IGU Global Database Planning Project, UK, May 1988.

"Trade Area Delimitation with Thiessen Polygons". Statistics Canada, April 1988.

"Issues in the Storage of Spatial Data". Digital Equipment Corporation, Marlboro, April 1988.

"Algorithms for Two Generalized Thiessen Problems". AAG, Phoenix, April 1988.

"Modeling Error in Spatial Data Handling". University of Washington, Seattle, February 1988.

"The Global Database Planning Project". NOAA, Boulder, February 1988.

"Data Quality". Statistics Canada, January 1988. 

"Disposal of Formation Fluids by Oil Producers in Petrolia, Ontario - An Environmental Economic Assessment". Ontario Ministry of the Environment, 1987 Technology Transfer Conference, Toronto, November 1987.

"Application of a GIS Benchmarking and Workload Estimation Model". Applied Geography Conference, Knoxville, October 1987.

"Towards an Enumeration and Classification of GIS Functions". IGIS, Washington, November 1987.

"Hardware and Software for Geographic Information Systems". NSF/ESRC conference, Edinburgh, September 1987. 

"The Coverage Problem and Visibility Regions on Topographic Surfaces". ISOLDE IV, Namur, Belgium, June 1987. 

"Objective Methods for Trade Area Delimitation". Canadian Regional Science Association, Hamilton, May 1987. 

"Lakes on Fractal Surfaces: A Null Hypothesis for Lake-Rich Landscapes". MGUS (Mathematical Geologists in the United States), San Francisco, April 1987; CAG, Hamilton, Ont., May 1987. 

"Revealed Specialization within American geography". Association of American Geographers, Portland, Oregan, April 1987. 

"Models of Cartographic Error". University of California, Santa Barbara, March, 1987. 

"A Model of Error for Choropleth Maps, with Applications to Geographic Information Systems". Auto Carto 8, Baltimore, March 1987.

"Models of Cartographic Error". Ohio State University, March, 1987. 

"Geographic Information Systems and Spatial Analysis". McMaster University, January, 1987; Rutger's University, February, 1987. 

"Performance Evaluation and Benchmarking for Geographic Information Systems". SUNY at Buffalo, January, 1987.

"Affinity Groups and Specialization in North American Geography". East Lakes Division, Association of American Geographers, East Lansing, October 1986.

"Performance Evaluation and Workload Estimation for Geographic Information Systems". Second International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Seattle, July 1986.

"Fractals and Spatial Analysis", University of Auckland, June 1986.

"Geographical Information Systems: A Canadian Perspective", New Zealand Geographical Society, Auckland, June 1986.

"Spatial Analysis", Australian National University, May 1986.

"Geographic Information Systems in the Undergraduate Curriculum", University of Lancaster, December 1985; University of New South Wales, April 1986; Australian Defence Force Academy, April 1986. 

"Hydrologic Simulation of Fractal Surfaces", CSIRO, Canberra, April 1986. 

"Keynote address: The Design and Applications of Thematic Mapping Systems", CSIRO, Canberra, April 1986. 

"The Professional Standing of Geography", UWO/UQAM conference, London, November 1985. 

"The Multiobjective Vending Problem: A Generalization of the Travelling Salesman Circuit", Regional Science Association, Philadelphia, November 1985. 

"Recent Developments in Fractals and Terrain Simulation", Canadian Cartographic Association, Fredericton, June 1985. 

"Geographic Information Systems in Undergraduate Geography: A Contemporary Dilemma", Canadian Association of Geographers, Trois Rivieres, May 1985.

"Statistics of hydrologic networks on fractional Brownian surfaces", 16th Conference on Modelling and Simulation, Pittsburgh, April 1985. 

"Location-allocation and impulsive shopping: the case of gasoline retailing", AAG, Detroit, April 1985. 

"Fractals", University of Kentucky, February 1985. 

"Fractals", Ohio State University, November 1984. 

"Discrete Space Location-Allocation Solutions from Genetic Algorithms", CAGONT/ELDAAG, Waterloo, November 1984.

"Methods and Algorithms for Boundary Definition", International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Zurich, August 1984.

"Discrete Space Location-Allocation Solutions from Genetic Algorithms", International Symposium on Locational Decisions, Boston, June 1984.

"Optimizing Raster Storage: A Comparison of Four Alternatives", Canadian Cartographic Association, London, Ontario, June 1984.

"Toward an Explanatory Model of Individual Behaviour and Urban Ecological Structure", CAG, Nanaimo, May 1984.

"Diurnal Variation in Urban Ecological Structure", AAG, Washington, D.C., April 1984. 

"Spatial Aggregation and Intransitivity in US Migration Streams", Modelling and Simulation Conference, Pittsburgh, April 1984. 

"Intransitivity and Spatial Aggregation in US Migration Flows", State University of New York at Buffalo, February 1984.

"Geographic Information Systems", Ontario Association for Remote Sensing, Toronto, December 1983 

"The Time Geography of a Canadian City", AAG East Lakes Division, Cincinnati, November 1983. 

"Location-Allocation Modelling", Canada-China Conference, Hamilton, November 1983. 

"Optimizing Raster Storage: An Examination of Four Alternatives", Auto-Carto VI, Ottawa, October 1983. 

"Methodological Problems in the Calibration of Sales Forecasting Models", Sixth Applied Geography Conference, Toronto, October 1983.

"The Dynamics of School Projections", Association of Educational Research Officers, Toronto, June 1983. 

"Interactive Computer Cartography and School Planning", Canadian Cartographic Association, June 1983. 

"Location-Allocation Algorithms for Small Computers", Lincoln Institute, Boston, May 1983. 

"The Dynamics of School Projections", Ontario Association of School Business Officials, London, May 1983. 

"Transportation Indicators of Space-Time Autonomy", AAG, Denver, April 1983. 

"Location-Allocation Algorithms for Small Computers", Modelling and Simulation Conference, Pittsburgh, April 1983.

"On Enumerating All Feasible Aolutions to Polygon Aggregation Problems", Modelling and Simulation Conference, Pittsburgh, April 1983.

"Diurnal Patterns of Social Group Distributions in a Canadian City", Regional Science Association, Pittsburgh, November 1982.

"Some Micro-Computer Algorithms for Large Location-Allocation Problems", International Conference on Improving the Geographical Accessibility of Rural Services, Bangalore, India, July 1982. 

"Statistical Estimation of an Attribute Variable from a Boundary File Overlay", Canadian Cartographic Association, Lindsay, June 1982. 

"The Fractional Brownian Process as a Terrain Simulation Model", Modelling and Simulation Conference, Pittsburgh, April 1982.

"Applied Location-Allocation in the Private Sector", Association of American Geographers, San Antonio, Texas, April 1982. 

"Moving Solutions to Median-Type Problems", Symposium on New Frontiers in Location-Allocation Modelling, Binghamton, May 1982. 

"Computer Mapping Applications in Site Selection", Western Michigan University, January 1982. 

"Computer Graphics", Computer Society of India, Ahmedabad, January 1982. 

"The Corridor Location Problem", Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, January 1982.

"Location-Allocation Problems", Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, January 1982. 

"Spatial Autocorrelation: Patterns and Problems", University of Oklahoma, November 1981. 

"Towards the Time Geography of a Canadian City", East Lakes Division, AAG, Bowling Green, Ohio, November 1981.

"Randomness at Random Island: Stochastic Models of the Physical Landscape", Canadian Association of Geographers, Corner Brook, August 1981. 

"Accuracy and Spatial Resolution: Critical Dimensions for Geoprocessing", Canadian Cartographic Association, Special Seminar on Computerized Cartography, Calgary, June 1981. 

"Moving Solutions to Median-Type Problems", Canadian Regional Science Association, Halifax, May 1981. 

"Regionalization and Aggregation from Interactions and Flows", Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, April 1981.

"Complementarity and Substitution in Canadian Leisure Activities", Department of the Secretary of State, Ottawa, March 1981. 

"Retail Location Techniques: The Fast Food Experience", University of Calgary, February 1981.

"Persistence and Antipersistence: Spatial Autocorrelation and Fractals", University of Alberta, February 1981. 

"Location of Rural Services", Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, January 1981. 

"Recent Advances in Location-Allocation Models", National Association of Geographers, India, January 1981. 

"Spatial Autocorrelation: Patterns and Problems", State University of New York, Buffalo, November 1980. 

"Randomness and Order in the Topology of Settlement Systems", Canadian Regional Science Association, Montreal, June 1980.

"The Significance of Potential-Density Regressions", Association of American Geographers, Louisville, April 1980.

"Spatial Aggregation Problems in Geographical Analysis", York University, November 1979. 

"The Corridor Location Problem", York University, November 1979. 

"Geographical Data Capture and Encoding", NATO Advanced Study Institute on Map Data Processing, Maratea, Italy, June 1979. 

"Fractals", McMaster University, March 1979. 

"The Corridor Location Problem", University of California at Santa Barbara, July 1978. 

"Models of Hierarchically Dominated Spatial Interaction", CAG, London, Ontario, May 1978 and University of California at Santa Barbara, July 1978.

"An Approach to the Study of Nodal Growth", Canadian Regional Science Association, Waterloo, Ontario, May 1978. 

"Computer Graphics: A State of the Art Report", International Symposium on Integrated Surveys and Resource Management, Manila, Philippines, February 1978. 

"Geographical Uncertainties in Location", First International Conference on Locational Decisions, Banff, Alberta, April 1978.

"Modelling Human Spatial Behaviour in Intraurban Recreation Facility Site Location", Wilfrid Laurier University, January 1978. 

"Models of Hierarchically Dominated Spatial Interaction", University of Toronto, November 1977. 

"The SURF Mapping Package", University of Windsor, November 1977. 

"Structure, Application and Error in Geographic Data Handling", University of Calgary, February 1977. 

"Estimation from Grid Data: The Map as a Stochastic Process", IGU, Moscow, August 1976, and AAG, Salt Lake City, April 1977.

"Use and Preference in Location Allocation", Johns Hopkins University, January 1976. 

"The PLUS System", University of Arizona, April 1975. 

"Geometry, Probability and Geographic Information", McMaster University, February 1975. 

"Location-Allocation Systems and Human Spatial Behaviour", McMaster University, February 1975. 

"Putting Geography Back into Data", Nippissing College, January 1975.

"Use and Preference in Location Allocation Problems", IGU Commission on Quantitative Methods, New Zealand, December 1974. 

"Error Estimation for Geographic Data Structures", IGU, New Zealand, December 1974. 

"Location Theory and Social Goals", McGill University, 1972. 

"Aggregate Temporal Trends in the Spatial Organization of a Service Agency", IBG, Brighton, 1971. 

"The Spatial Efficiency of Administrative and Retail Servicing: Empirical Results and Theoretical Implications", MICMOG, 1968.

"The Geomorphology of the Nakimu Caves", National Speleological Society, Birmingham, Alabama, 1967. 

"Administrative Areas on a Non-Uniform Population Surface", CAG, Calgary, Alberta, 1968. 

Short Courses Given by Invitation [Top]

"Big (Geo)Data". Arizona State University, April, 2015.

eSilk Road Summer School, Suzhou, China, June 2013.

"A Short Course in Geoinformatics", Beijing Normal University, November 2011.

"Geographic Information Systems for Psychological Research", APA Advanced Training Institutes, San Francisco, 2007.

"Responding Better: GIS for Emergency Management". One-day workshop, University of Redlands, Masters in GIS program, August 2006, July 2008.

Workshop on Spatial Modeling, ESRI User Conference, 2004, 2005, 2006.

Workshop on Location-Based Services and Augmented Reality, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science, June 2003.

Advanced course on GIS, GIS World Inc, August 1992, August 1993, August 1994.

2 day seminar on GIS, FORMEZ, Naples, December 1991 and May 1993.

Workshop on Data Quality (Dealing with Uncertainty in Spatial Data), ESRI User Conference, Palm Springs, May 1991; AAG, Miami, April 1991; Fifth International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Charleston, SC, August 1992; International Association of Mathematical Geologists, Mt Tremblant, Que, October 1994; Geomatics 95, Ottawa, June 1995; Geographic Technologies in Government '95, Washington, September 1995; University of Michigan, September 1996; UCGIS Annual Assembly and Summer Retreat, Bar Harbor ME, June 1997; Helsinki University of Technology, June 2003; National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, August 2005; University of Redlands, May 2008; GeoWeb Conference, Vancouver, July 2008.

Workshop on Data Analysis and Modeling in GIS Environments (GIS and Spatial Analysis): GIS Conference, Denver, September 1988; GIS/LIS '88, San Antonio, November 1988; AM/FM, New Orleans, April 1989; University of Zurich, April 1989; Fourth International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Zurich, July 1990; GIS/LIS 90, Anaheim, November 1990; ESRI, Redlands CA, August 1991; URISA, San Francisco, August 1991; GIS/LIS 91, Atlanta, October 1991; AAG, April 1992; Government Technology Conference 92, Sacramento, May 1992; URISA, Washington, July 1992; GIS World, Fort Collins, August 1992; US Bureau of the Census, September 1992; University of New Mexico, October 1992; GIS/LIS 92, San Jose, November 1992; GIS/LIS, Phoenix, October 1994; AURISA, Sydney, November 1994; International Symposium on Computer Mapping in Epidemiology and Environmental Health, Tampa, February 1995; GIS/LIS 96, Denver, November 1996; ESRI User Conference, San Diego, July 1997, July 1998, July 1999, July 2000, July 2001, July 2002; Minnesota GIS/LIS Workshop, May 1999.

8 lectures on Geographic Information Systems, University of Auckland, June 1986. 

2 day seminar on Mathematics and Algorithms for Geographical Data Processing, Canada Land Data System, Environment Canada, March 1985. 

4 seminars on Location Allocation problems, Government of Alberta, Sept. 1977. 

13 seminars on Geographical Data Processing, U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, D.C., March-June 1976. 

Research Grants and Contracts [Top]

US Department of Transportation: "MeTrIS: Metropolitan Transportation Information System Applying Space-Based Technologies for Freight Congestion Mitigation", $1,995,329, 2007–2010.

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency: "A Geospatial Framework for Data Analysis and Modeling across Multiple Spatial and Temporal Scales", $450,000, 2007–2011.

National Institute for Child Health and Human Development: "Advanced Spatial Analysis Training Program for Population Scientists", $183,592, 2008–2010 (subcontract from Pennsylvania State University).

Minerals Management Service, US Department of the Interior: "GIS Research", $60,000, 2009–2010.

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency: "Geospatial Feature Conflation: Conceptual, Statistical, and Optimization Approaches", $288,548, 2009–2011.

National Science Foundation: "Development and Assessment of Self-Assessed Scales for Everyday Environmental Knowledge (SEEK)", $200,000, 2009–2012.

Army Research Office, "User-Generated Terrain Information", $237,392, 2009–2012.

National Science Foundation, "Collaborative Research: A GIScience Approach for Assessing the Quality, Potential Applications, and Impacts of Volunteered Geographic Information", $149,454, 2009–2012 (collaboration with University of Washington and Ohio State University).

University of California Office of the President: "Virtual Co-Laboratory for Policy Analysis in Greater Los Angeles", $630,703, 2010–2014 (subaward from University of California, Riverside).

Directorate of Central Intelligence/National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency: "Rapid Interpolation Methods and Accuracy Models for SRTM Digital Terrain Elevation Datasets", $239,273, 2005–2007 (renewable up to $359,002).

National Institute for Child Health and Development, Workshops on GIS and Population Science, $250,000, 2004–2006 (subcontract from Pennsylvania State University).

National Science Foundation, Integration of Geographic Complexity and Dynamics in GIS, $92,000, 2004–2006 (collaborative with University of Utah and University of Oklahoma).

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, GIS Science Priorities for Comprehensive Cancer Control, $50,000, 2004 (subcontract from Research Triangle Institute).

National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Strategic Enhancement of NGA's Geographic Information Science Infrastructure, $1,000,000. 2004–2008 (subcontract from University of Redlands).

National Science Foundation, Project Battuta: Collecting and Using Geospatial Data in the Field, subcontract from Iowa State University, $700,000, 2000–2003.

US Department of Transportation, National Consortium for Remote Sensing in Transportation - Infrastructure, $2.1 million, 2000–2004.

National Science Foundation, Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science, $4.3 million, 1999–2004.

National Science Foundation, Alexandria Digital Earth Prototype, $5.4 million, 1999–2004.

Ecopetrol (Colombia), Collaboration between Ecopetrol and UCSB/Geography, $129,243, 1997–1999

Viggen Corporation, Spatial Data Interoperability Testbed Support, $42,200, 1997

National Imagery and Mapping Agency, Uncertainty in geospatial information representation, analysis, and decision support, $600,000, 1997–2000

National Science Foundation, Varenius: NCGIA's Project to Advance Geographic Information Science, $2.3 million, 1997–1999

National Science Foundation, National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis, $14 million, 1995–2000

California Department of Transportation, Navigable Database, $160,000, 1995–96

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Data Quality in Open GIS, $70,000, 1995

U.S. Geological Survey, Topographic Framework for the NSDI, $50,000, 1994

Environmental Systems Research Institute, $50,000, 1994

National Science Foundation, The Alexandria Project, $4,788,961, 1994–98

IBM Corporation, A spatial analysis and decision support system, $1.2 million, 1993–96

California Department of Transportation, Navigable Database, $135,000, 1993

Maptech, Inc, $12,685, 1992

Hitachi America Ltd, $400,000, 1992–95

California Department of Forestry, Accuracy Assessment Task Force, $68,000, 1991–92; $19,893, 1992–94

Rockefeller Foundation, GIS and spatial analysis, $81,817, 1992–94

California Department of Transportation, GIS design and implementation, $15,000, 1990–92

Los Alamos National Laboratory, $30,000, 1990–92

IBM Corporation, Joint Study, $2.5 million, 1990–93

US Geological Survey, Accuracy of Spatial Databases, $52,000, 1989–90

California Department of Forestry, Assessing conifer lands in California, $39,000, 1989–91

Statistics Canada, Measures of the national population centre, $2,500, 1989–90

Statistics Canada, Algorithms for block face polygon generation, $2,000, 1988–9

National Science Foundation, National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, $5.5 million, 1988–93; $3.9 million, 1993–96

Digital Equipment Corporation, Optical WORM storage for spatial databases, $85,000, 1988

US Geological Survey, Optical WORM storage for spatial databases, $15,000, 1988

Statistics Canada, Thiessen polygon algorithms, $2,000, 1988

Natural Science and Engineering Research Council, Terrain simulation, $13,000, 1988–9

National Science Foundation, Global Database Planning Project, $85,000, 1988

Energy, Mines and Resources Canada, Network algorithms for the Electronic Atlas project, $7,000, 1987

Statistics Canada, Data quality issues for digital cartographic products, $3,200, 1987

Natural Science and Engineering Research Council, Applications of fractals and related concepts in geographical data processing, $37,000, 1985–88

Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Site selection for brine disposal, Petrolia, $6,500, 1985

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, The time geography of a Canadian city, $39,000, 1984–86

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Bilingual accommodation in official language communities, $30,000, 1983–84

BP/Petro Canada, Rationalization of retail outlets in London, Ontario, $5,000, 1983

Parks Canada, Resource management study of caves, $18,000, 1983–84

Natural Science and Engineering Research Council, Generalization and error in maps and geographical data processing, $27,450, 1982–85

National Institute of Health, A multilevel analysis of U.S. migration flows (subcontracted through University of California, Santa Barbara), $132,562, 1982–83

London-Middlesex Separate School Board, $58,000, 1981–84

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, The time Geography of a Canadian city, $9,800, 1982–83

Dept. of Energy, Mines and Resources, Resolution of digital terrain models, $10,000, 1981–83

Secretary of State, Complementarity and substitution in Canadian leisure activities, $5,500, 1980

National Research Council, Accuracy in maps and geographical data processing: a fractal approach, $20,000, 1979–82

Canada Council, Corridor location problem, $7,500, 1978

Parks Canada, Cave safety survey of Flowerpot Island, $7,500, 1977

Environment Canada, Geographic Information System, $3,000, 1977

Agriculture Canada, Geographic Information System, $7,700, 1975–76

Academic Development Fund, Macrogeographic Systems Research Workshop, $69,000, 1975–79

University Research Council,Emergency facility location in the City of London, $1,400, 1974–75

Department of the Environment, A geographic data processing system, $15,000, 1973–74

University Research Council, Spatial aspects of intra-urban conflict, $1,150, 1971–72

Canada Council, S71?0445, Aspects of the general location problem, $2,410, 1971–72

National Research Council A 7482, Response of alpine botanical populations to physical change, $12,000, 1971–74

National Parks Branch, The history of the development and exploration of the Nakimu Caves, $500, 1970–71

Canada Council S69?1215, Division of space for administration and public service, and for the location of service facilities, $2,325, 1970–71

National Advisory Committee on Geographical Research, A biogeographical study of an alpine meadow, $1,000, 1970–71

National Research Council A 7482, A biogeographical study of an alpine meadow, $2,000, 1970–71

Consultantships, etc. [Top]

 

Chair, Advisory Committee, Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences Directorate, National Science Foundation, 2008–2010.

Member, International Expert Committee for Strategic Development of the Center for Earth Observation and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2009–

Member, Editorial Board, Letters in Spatial and Resource Sciences, 2008–

Chair, Committee on Planning for Catastrophe, National Research Council, 2004–2006.

Member, Advisory Committee, Environmental Research and Education Cross-Directorate Program, National Science Foundation, 2006–

Member, Advisory Committee, Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences Directorate, National Science Foundation, 2006–

Chair, International Program Committee, 14th International Conference on Geoinformatics (Geoinformatics 2006), Wuhan.

Chair, International Scientific Committee, GISPlanet 2005, Estoril, Portugal.

Member, Editorial Board, Geoinformation Science Journal, 2005–

Member, Editorial Board, Professional Geographer, 2005–

General Chair, International Conference on Geographic Information Science, Savannah (2000), Boulder (2002), College Park (2004).

Member, Program Committee, Fifth International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality, Beijing, 2005.

Member, Program Committee, 11th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Leicester, 2004.

Member, Commission on Cyberinfrastructure in the Humanities and Social Sciences, American Council of Learned Societies, 2004.

Member, International Steering Committee, Third International Symposium on Digital Earth, Brno, Czech Republic, 2003.

Member, Program Committee, 10th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Ottawa, 2002.

Member, Program Committee, International Symposium on Spatial Data Quality, Hong Kong, 2001, 2003.

Member, Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications, National Research Council, 1999–2000

Member, International Science Advisory Council, International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 1999–

Member, Editorial Board, Cartography and Geographic Information Systems, 1999–

Member, Steering Committee, International IT Conference on Geo-Spatial Education, Hong Kong, July 2000

Co-Chair, International Workshop on GIS for Transportation and Intelligent Transportation Systems, Hong Kong, April 1999.

Member, Science Advisory Board, Fourth International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences

Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Geographical Systems, 1998–

Member, Scientific Committee, COSIT 99

Member, International Steering Committee, Geoinformatics ’98

Member, Program Committee, International Conference on Modelling Geographical and Environmental Systems with GIS, Hong Kong, June 1998.

Member, Editorial Board, Applied Geography Studies

Associate Editor, Annals, Association of American Geographers, 1996–2000

Member, Program Committee, Seventh International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Delft, 1996.

Member, Editorial Board, Geoinformatica

Member, Blue Ribbon Panel on Natural Resources Inventory and Performance Measurement, Natural Resources Conservation Service, US Department of Agriculture, 1995.

Member, Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS

Member, Editorial Board, Geographical Information Sciences

Member, Organizing Committee, ACM International Workshops on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (ACM GIS'95, '97).

Member, Program Committee, Fourth International Symposium on Spatial Databases, Portland, 1995.

Member, Science Advisory Board, Second International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, Fort Collins, 1996.

Member, Program Committee, International Association for Mathematical Geology, Mt Tremblant, Que, October 1994.

Member, International Program Committee, Asia GIS/LIS AM/FM and Spatial Analysis Conference, Hong Kong, March 1994.

Member, Program Committee, Sixth International Syposium on Spatial Data Handling, Edinburgh, September 1994.

Member, AAG Standards for Geographic Data Committee, 1993–

Member, Program Committee, COSIT (European Conference on Spatial Information Science) Program Committee, 1993, 1995.

Member, Editorial Board, Canadian Geographer

Member, Mapping Science Committee, National Research Council, 1992–1999

Member, 1994 Honors Committee, Association of American Geographers.

Member, Program Committee, Fifth International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, 1992.

Chair, Research and Education Technical Advisory Committee, State of California Geographic Information Task Force, 1992.

Member, Ad Hoc Committee on Professional Ethics, Association of American Geographers, 1991–3.

Associate Editor, Location Science

Member, Editorial Board, Geographical Systems: The European Journal of Theoretical and Applied Geography, 1990–

Member, Program Committee, AutoCarto 10

Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Geo Info Systems, 1990–

Member, Editorial Advisory Board, GIS World, 1990–

Member, Editorial Advisory Board, Geographical Analysis, 1990–

Member, Program Committee, Symposium on Spatial Databases '91

Member, Scientific Advisory Board, International Cartographic Association, 1990–

Member, Editorial Board, The Operational Geographer, 1989–1997

Member, Editorial Board, Spatial Information Systems Series, Oxford University Press, 1989–

Member, Steering Committee, GIS/LIS 90 and 91

Member, Program Committee, North American Regional Science Association Annual Meeting, Santa Barbara, November 1989.

Member, Program Committee, 4th International Symposium on Spatial Data Handling, Zurich, August 1990.

Member, Program Committee, International Geographical Congress 1992

Chair, Scientific Committee, Global Database Planning Project, IGU, 1987–

Member, Program Committee, IGIS, 1987

Member, Advisory Board, The Institute for Market and Social Analysis, Toronto, 1987–9

Member, Geography and Regional Science Review Panel, National Science Foundation, 1987–9

Secretary and Treasurer, Association of American Geographers, Specialty Group on Geographic Information Systems, 1987–8; Vice-Chair, 1988–9; Chair, 1989–90.

Councillor, Canadian Association of Geographers, 1986–1989 

Member, Advisory Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Systems, 1986–

Member, Synthesis and Survey Task Force, Association of American Geographers, 1985–92

Member, Subcommittee on Professional Standing, Canadian Association of Geographers, 1985–86 

Chairman, Automation Interest Group, Canadian Cartographic Association, 1984–85

Member, Editorial Board, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 1984–7, 1993–1996

Member, Nominating Committee, Canadian Association of Geographers, 1984–85 

Member, Program Committee, Association of American Geographers, 1984–85 

Secretary and Treasurer, Association of American Geographers, Specialty Group on Quantitative Methods and Mathematical Models, 1981–84 

Member, International Geographical Union, Working Group on Systems Analysis and Mathematical Models 

Corresponding Member for Canada, International Geographical Union, Commission on Geographical Data Sensing and Processing 

Consultant to: North Slope Borough, Alaska ; TRW Inc.; U.S. Forest Service; Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources; Canadian Department of Energy, Mines and Resources; Tomlinson Associates; Canadian Department of Regional Economic Expansion; Canadian Department of the Environment; Univ. of Manitoba and the Manitoba Planning and Priorities Committee of Cabinet; Canadian Forest Service; University of Arizona; Canadian Secretary of State; Statistics Canada; Canadian Department of Indian and Northern Affairs; SMA Montreal; Bell Canada; U.S. Geological Survey; Alberta Department of Recreation, Parks and Wildlife; Campbell, Sharp Ltd.; Comstat Consulting Services Ltd.; Group West Ltd.; The Earth Technology Corporation; Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations; Compusearch Ltd.; ICL (UK) Ltd.; Wild Heerbrugg Ltd.; Environmental Systems Research Institute; US Environmental Protection Agency; Oregon State University; Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis; EDS Inc; State of Victoria, Australia; Bionetics Inc; League of California Cities; Ecopetrol, Colombia; ERIM; National Ocean Service, NOAA; Microelectronics Center of North Carolina; Scientific Fisheries Associates; Navigation Technologies Inc.

Theses Supervised (as Principal Advisor) [Top]

Glennon, Alan, PhD, 2013, “Analysis of Geographically Embedded Networks”

Royal, Nathaniel, Ph.D., 2011, "Dracunculiasis: The Endgame, Proximity, and Risk"

Hurt, Indy M., Ph.D., 2011, "A Spatially Distributed Agent-Based Model for Exploring Tuberculosis Risk Factors in Kenya"

Currier, Katharine E., M.A., 2011,"Auditory Representation in Spatial Applications"

Grossner, Karl, Ph.D., 2010, "Representing Historical Knowledge in Geographic Information Systems"

Li, Linna, Ph.D., 2010, "Design of a Conceptual Framework and Approaches for Geo-Object Data Conflation"

Hastings, Jordan, Ph.D., 2009, "Automatic Conflation of Digital Gazetteer Data: Summary of Research and Demonstration"

Gallo, John, Ph.D., 2007, "Engaged Conservation Planning and Uncertainty Mapping as a Means Towards Effective Implementation and Monitoring"

Rice, Matthew, Ph.D., 2005, "Intellectual Property Control for Maps and Geographic Data"

Sifuentes, Jorge, Ph.D., 2005, " Geographical Information Systems Data Implementation for Analyses of Settlement Patterns of an Early Agricultural Society"

Liu, XiaoHang, Ph.D., 2003, "Estimation of the spatial distribution of urban population using high resolution satellite imagery"

Crosier, Scott, M.A., 2002, "Facilitating the propagation of environmental computational models"

Dibble, Catherine, Ph.D., 2001, "Theory in a complex world: GeoGraph computational laboratories"

Ungerer, Matthew, M.A., 2001,"A new coupling strategy for spatial data analysis and GIS"

Shortridge, Ashton, Ph.D., 2000, "Uncertainty in spatial data measures, models and structures"

Ehlschlaeger, Charles, Ph.D., 1998, "The stochastic simulation approach: tools for representing spatial application uncertainty"

Fohl, Peter, M.A., 1998, "Simulating nominal fields"

Benison, Sean, M.A., 1998, "Field GIS"

Shortridge, Ashton, M.A., 1997, “Characterizing the relationship between 7.5 minute and 1 degree digital elevation models”

Felkner, John, M.A., 1996, "An analysis of international data exchange policy"

Vernon, Greg, M.A., 1994 (by examination)

Palladino, Steven, M.A., 1994, "A role for geographic information systems in the secondary schools: an assessment of the current status and future possibilities"

Dodson, Rustin, M.A., 1993, "Integrating GIS and spatial analysis: an implementation and appraisal of two prototype software linkages"

Burke, Lauretta, M.A., 1993, "Environmental equity in Los Angeles"

Shu, Shourong, M.A., 1992, "Dynamic 3D display of the globe using a hierarchical triangular data model"

Kemp, Karen K., Ph.D., 1992, "Environmental modeling with GIS: A strategy for dealing with spatial continuity".

Schweizer, Diane M., M.A., 1992, "Data quality and choropleth maps: An experiment with the use of color".

Kumler, Mark P., Ph.D., 1992, "An intensive comparison of TINs and DEMs"

Ray, Chiu-Wen, M.A., 1990, "Remote sensing and GIS: establishing consistency between raster and vector data models".

Theobald, David, M.A., 1990, "Automated delineation of hydromorphological features on a triangular irregular network-based digital elevation model"

Lee, Jay, Ph.D., 1989, "Visibility regions on topographic surfaces"

Klinkenberg, Brian, Ph.D., 1988, "Tests of a Fractal Model of Topography"

Glieca, Maria, M.Sc., 1988, "Simulation of channel networks on random topographic surfaces"

Hosage, Catharine M., Ph.D., 1985 , "Genetic Algorithms Applied to the p-Median Problem" 

Keller, C. Peter, Ph.D., 1985, "Multiobjective Routing Through Space and Time: The MVP and TDVP Problems" 

Noronha, Valerian T., Ph.D., 1985, "Functional Regions and Spatial Interaction: The Black-White Model" (winner of 1986 Nystrom Award, Association of American Geographers, for best graduate dissertation)

Klinkenberg, Brian, M.Sc., 1983, "Island Biogeography with Reference to the Lake Erie Islands"

Averack, Richard, Ph.D., 1983, "The Boundary Definition Problem"

Puchalski, Margaret, M.A., 1982, "Extended Testing and Calibration of Choice Set Constrained Spatial Interaction Models"

Rizzo, Brian, M.A., 1982, "The Point of Minimum Aggregate Travel"

Chan, Kelly, M.A., 1982, "Digital Stereo Photomapping and Surface Modelling"

Armstrong, Robin, Ph.D., 1981, "Mapping Social Space: A Social Network Approach"

Lam, Nina, Ph.D., 1980, "Methods and Problems of Areal Interpolation"

Fesenmaier, Daniel R., Ph.D., 1980, "Scale and Aggregation Problems in Geographical Research"

Boost, Barbara, M.A., 1979, "Spatial Distribution of Cancer in Ontario, 1971?1976"

Griffith, Carl, M.A., 1977, "Social Impact Assessment: A Case Study of the Proposed Glengowan Dam and Reservoir"

Lam, Nina, M.A., 1977, "Polygon Overlay: An Examination of an Algorithm and Related Problems"

Moy, Wai-See, M.Sc., 1977, "Estimation from Grid Data: The Map as a Stochastic Process"

Waters, N.M., Ph.D., 1977, "Methodology for Serving the Geography of Urban Fire"

Brozowski, R., Ph.D., 1977, "Revealed Preference in Intra Urban Migration"

Thompson, S.R., M.Sc., 1976, "Vegetation Pattern and Structure in a Micro Region"

Maher, R.V., Ph.D., 1975, "An Enquiry into the Nature of Biogeography"

de Smith, M.J., M.A., 1974, "A Method for Analysing Complex Bounded Shapes"

Armstrong, R.P., M.A., 1973, "Mapping Social Interaction in Meso-Scale Populations"

Waters, N.M., M.A., 1973, "The Southern Ontario Railway System: A Network Analysis"

Ross, J.H., Ph.D., 1972, "A Measure of Site Attraction"

Maher, Robert V., M.A., 1971, "Complexity Analyses of Vegetation Patterns in an Alpine Meadow" 

Brown, David, M.A., 1971, "Spatial Distribution of Precipitation Persistence Across Canada"