Professor of Teaching
Queen’s University, BA, Honours
Queen’s University, 1984, MA


My main area of interest is Geographic Data Visualization, and I teach courses in Cartography, Geographic Information Science and Remote Sensing. I work on collaborative research projects that use GIS to visualize environmental history and I undertake research on the evolution of teaching cartography in academia, and the scholarship of teaching and learning.

Winter 2017

GEOB270 Geographic Information Science Sections

Computer-based graphical methods of data input and analysis. Emphasis on data visualization techniques such as cartographic modelling and exploratory data analysis. Preclusion: Not available to those who completed GEOG 370 before September 2005.

Winter 2017

GEOB472 Research in Cartography Sections

Use of cartography in primary research applications. Discussion of contemporary topics in cognitive, social, and technical cartography and data visualization.