Research focused on cities and the natural environment, Natural Heritage Systems, ecosystem services and community engagement. Teaching within the School of Urban and Regional Planning.
Urban inequalities; debt geographies; housing financialization; crises of social reproduction; urban justice; critical urban theory.
Current research focuses on the confluence of transportation, ageing, and the built environment.
Mackintosh-Corry Hall, Room D114
Remote sensing; forest disturbance mapping and monitoring; time-series change detection; extraction of information applicable to sustainable forestry planning and decision-making from multi-sensor satellite data (optical (Landsat, Sentinel-2, and PlanetScope), SAR (Sentinel-1), and LiDAR (GEDI)); quantification of primary/old-growth forest loss due to logging and other anthropogenic disturbances; changes in stand composition in disturbed forests.