Centre for GeoInformatics (CGI) Research
Research at the Centre for GeoInformatics spans a wide range of research areas, including substantive topics such as human mobility, global oceans, housing, health and a whole range of topics in between, as well as statistical methods development and visualisations. Through our many research projects, one thing remains constant: spatial data. At CGI we are all about collecting, managing, exploring, and understanding spatial data.
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Landscape structure indicators as a key feature in habitat selection : an operational approach to conservation planning (2013-08-01) - Journal article
Modelling spatial distributions of alpine vegetation : a graph theory approach to delineate ecologically-consistent species assemblages (2015) - Journal articleSafeguarding biodiversity has been one of the most important issues on the environmental and forest policies agenda since the 1990's. The problem remains in terms of decisions and knowledge on where to set appropriate ...
Stacked space-time densities : a geovisualisation approach to explore dynamics of space use over time (2015-01) - Journal articleRecent developments and ubiquitous use of global positioning devices have revolutionised movement ecology. Scientists are able to collect increasingly larger movement datasets at increasingly smaller spatial and temporal ...
Classifying pedestrian movement behaviour from GPS trajectories using visualization and clustering (2014) - Journal articleThe quantity and quality of spatial data are increasing rapidly. This is particularly evident in the case of movement data. Devices capable of accurately recording the position of moving entities have become ubiquitous and ...
(2014-09) - Journal article1. Wildlife scientists continue to be interested in studying ways to quantify how the movements of animals are interdependent – dynamic interaction. While a number of applied studies of dynamic interaction exist, little ...