Brian Klinkenberg, University of British Columbia

Geography Professor Vancouver, British Columbia brian.klinkenberg@geog.ubc.ca brian@geog.ubc.ca Office: (604) 822-3534

Bio/Research

My research interests lie in spatial analysis, in both theoretical and spatially grounded applications. Teaching focuses on GIS and Remote Sensing, including advanced issues in GIS, GIS in research (crime analysis, health geography and landscape ecology), and introductory remote sensing.


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Bio/Research

My research interests lie in spatial analysis, in both theoretical and spatially grounded applications. Teaching focuses on GIS and Remote Sensing, including advanced issues in GIS, GIS in research (crime analysis, health geography and landscape ecology), and introductory remote sensing.

Spatial analysis is an area of study that lies at the core of geography yet is inherently interdisciplinary and has relevance in the physical, health and social sciences. The thread that unifies my research is the understanding and insight that advanced spatial analysis brings to theoretical and applied research problems--often unveiling subleties that would otherwise have been overlooked.


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