— MSc in GIS, University of Nottingham
Assistant Instructor, Doctoral Candidate
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 512-232-7336
- Office: SAC 4.160
- Office Hours: Spring 2015- T 12:00 – 1:00 PM, TH 2:00-3:00 PM
My primary research aims to address the long-standing issue of how to incorporate movement at different spatial and temporal scales into species distribution models (SDMs). I am also the research assistant on an NSF funded project investigating spatial autocorrelation within SDMs, and am involved in research projects based in Botswana, having spent summer 2013 conducting fieldwork out there. Please visit my webpage for a more in-depth discussion of these areas of research: http://paulholloway.weebly.com/ or my Twitter Handle of @paul__holloway.
GRG F310C • Spatial Data And Analysis
MTWTHF 1130am-100pm CLA 1.402
GRG f310C SPATIAL DATA AND ANALYSIS
Fundamental concepts in spatial data acquisition, analysis, and presentation, with emphasis on the needs of professionals in cartography, geographic information systems (GIS), and remote sensing.
GRG 335N • Landscape Ecology
TTH 330pm-500pm WAG 420
The study of spatial patterns in the earth's biosphere found within landscapes, typically areas measured in square kilometers. Examines the processes that create those patterns, drawing from ecology, biogeography, and many other disciplines. Also explores the practical applications of landscape ecology to the study of natural environments and those managed or altered by human activities. Geography 335N and 356T (Topic: Landscape Ecology) may not both be counted.
Prerequisite: Upper-division standing and three semester hours of coursework in physical geography or one of the geological or natural sciences.