Understanding the nature and outcome of human and physical processes
Spatial Analysis has a long tradition in Geography at McMaster University. Our focus is on understanding the nature and outcome of human and physical processes that take place over space with the use of quantitative methods, such as spatial statistics, and Geographical Information Systems (GIS). Recent focus of the Spatial Analysis group has been in applications of transportation geography, urban land use, urban and regional air pollution, and the impact of environmental pollution on human health. Faculty members from the group participate in multi-disciplinary projects, both within and outside the School of Geography & Earth Sciences. Graduates with Spatial Analysis training pursue academic careers or find employment in the public and private sectors.
Internal migration in Canada and the United States; Immigration: settlement and adjustment; Immigration and health; Aging Issues: population mobility; Transportation; Health.
Spatial analysis and statistics; Transportation modeling; Travel behavior; Health geography; Geographic Information Science.
Active transportation (cycling and walking); Big data (GPS); Bike share; Geographic information science (GIS); Sustainable transportation; Travel behaviour
Geographic Information Science; Environmental risk analysis and risk communication; Environmental health; Agent-based modelling; Cluster detection methods and theory; Geocomputation;
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