Recently, I've taught the following courses:
Software, scripts and other materials used in my classes can be found by following the links at the top of the page.
My research focuses on techniques for spatial representation, analysis and visualization. In the abstract, I am interested in how we as humans make sense of infinitely complex landscape patterns & processes, and how we utilize computers to help us do this. Some of my current research projects include:
Areas of application include epidemiology, crime analysis and historical ecology using presettlement land survey records of the U.S. General Land Office and colonial surveys.
If you are curious, feel free to check out my: