We aim to connect students to large scale geographic problems through amalgamation of spatial technology and geographical discovery. The group does primary research on GIS often working with others in geography, environmental management and science to get the most out of their research using GIS and spatial analysis.

Spatial analysis provides an analytical ‘birds eye’ view of a problem by applying modeling and prediction, analysis, and interpretation.  For research projects we advise following a topic of interest to you and getting a better understanding of the problem by taking a geographical perspective. See National Geographic Guide.

Please contact one of these academics to discuss potential topics;

Contact: Dr David PullarDr Yan Liu