List of Accepted Presentations and Links To Extended Abstracts

Wednesday 11 April

Session 1a:Terrestrial LiDAR

15:10:00 - Lecture Theatre 1

Spatial Analysis Approaches to the Terrestrial LiDAR Monitoring of Slopes: an example from Minnis North, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland

Andrew Bell, Jennifer Mc Kinley, David Hughes

Optimising terrestrial LIDAR field deployment

Neil Slatcher, Mike James, Graham Hunter

Session 1b:Geospatial Distribution and Forecasting

15:10:00 - Lecture Theatre 2/3

A Comparison of Hotspot Mapping for Crime Prediction

Andrew Swain

Trends in the spatial spread of nephropathia epidemica and Lyme borreliosis incidence in Belgium

José Miguel Barrios, William W. Verstraeten, Piet Maes, Jan Clement, Jean-Marie Aerts, Pol Coppin

Session 2a:Mining Social Media

16:30:00 - Lecture Theatre 1

Exploring the Geography of Communities in Social Networks

Alexis Comber, Michael Batty, Chris Brunsdon, Andrew Hudson-Smith, Fabian Neuhaus, Steven Gray

Challenges in Geocoding Socially-Generated Data

Jonny Huck, Duncan Whyatt, Paul Coulton

Modelling Confidence in Extraction of Place Tags from Flickr

Omair Chaudhry, William Mackaness

Applying geographical clustering methods to analyze geo-located open micro-blog posts: A case study of Tweets around Leeds in the Summer of 2011

Andy Turner, Nick Malleson

Session 2b:Spatial Statistics

16:30:00 - Lecture Theatre 2/3

An Extension of Geographically Weighted Regression with Flexible Bandwidths

Wenbai Yang, A. Stewart Fotheringham, Paul Harris

A pilot inference study for a beta-Bernoulli spatial scan statistic

Simon Read, Peter Bath, Peter Willett, Ravi Maheswaran

Living with Collinearity in Local Regression Models

Chris Brunsdon, Martin Charlton, Paul Harris

Population estimation in small areas: combining dasymetric mapping with pycnophylactic interpolation

Idris Jega Mohammed, Alexis Comber, Chris Brunsdon

Thursday 12 April

Session 3a:Spatial Ecology

09:00:00 - Lecture Theatre 1

Automatic Habitat Classification Using Aerial Imagery

Mercedes Torres

Modelling functional connectivity pathways for bats in urban landscapes

Gemma Davies, James Hale, Jon Sadler

Are the most important tropical montane regions being prioritised for conservation?

Kate Parks, Mark Mulligan

Using contemporary and historical maps to determine the spatial and temporal characteristics of woodland patches.

Adam Kimberley, Simon Smart, Alan Blackburn, Duncan Whyatt

Session 3b: Landscape Visibility and Visualisation (1)

09:00:00 - Lecture Theatre 2/3

No High Ground: visualising Scotland's renewable energy landscapes using rapid viewshed assessment tools

Steve Carver, Michael Markieta

The influence of Digital Surface Model choice on visibility-based Mobile Geospatial Applications

Sam Meek, James Goulding, Gary Priestnall

New Horizons for the Standford Bunny : A Novel Method for View Analysis

Neil Sang

Testing Public Preferences for Future Land Uses and Landscapes

Gillian Donaldson-Selby, Chen Wang, David Miller, Paula Horne, Marie Castellazzi, Iain Brown, Jane Morrice, Asa Ode

Session 4a:Qualitative GIS (1)

11:00:00 - Lecture Theatre 1

How reliable is citizen-derived scientific data? An evaluation of contrail observations using multiple datasets and GIS techniques.

Amy Fowler, Duncan Whyatt, Rebecca Ellis, Gemma Davies

Characterising Locality Descriptions in Crowdsourced Crisis Information

Iain Dillingham, Jason Dykes, Jo Wood

Mapping interview transcript records: theoretical, technical and cartographic challenges

Scott Orford, Richard Fry, Rob Berry, Gary Higgs

Using VGI To Enhance User Judgements Of Quality And Authority

Christopher J. Parker, Andrew May, Val Mitchell

Session 4b:Remote Sensing

11:00:00 - Lecture Theatre 2/3

Investigating the effect of hurricane disturbance on fire activity in tropical forests: a GIS-based approach

Percival Cho, Alan Blackburn, Jos Barlow

Reconstructing Volcanic Eruptions on Tenerife Using WorldView-2 Imagery

Daniel Allum, Matthew Blackett, Nigel Trodd

Exploring the use of High Resolution Multi-Spectral Satellite Imagery to identify Subsurface Structures

Adam Morley, Frank Ekpenyong

Improving remote survey of gas flaring in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria with Landsat imagery

Obinna C.D. Anejionu, Alan Blackburn, Duncan Whyatt

Session 5a:Qualitative GIS (2)

14:20:00 - Lecture Theatre 1

Time Geography in Support of Mobile Activity Planning

Paul Crease

Using GIS to integrate children’s walking interview data and objectively measured physical activity data

Suzanne Mavoa, Melody Oliver, Nicola Tavae, Karen Witten

Participatory GIS techniques to determine the value of vulnerable open spaces in Portsmouth

Hélène Draux

Session 5b:Location-based Services

14:20:00 - Lecture Theatre 2/3

An approach to data enrichment of building features using Delaunay triangulation for automatic map generalization

Brian Rupasinghe, Allan Brimicombe, Yang Li

Challenges of Context-Aware Movement Analysis - Lessons learned about Crucial Data Requirements and Pre-processing

Christian Gschwend, Patrick Laube

Exploring Mobile Augmented Reality Navigation System for Pedestrians

Sung Hyun Jang, Andrew Hudson-Smith

Session 6a:Environmental Geoinformatics

16:00:00 - Lecture Theatre 1

Climate factors controlling NDVI along rights-of-way of petroleum/gas pipelines for planning of revegetation

Emil Bayramov

A Geographical and Statistical Analysis of the Relationship between Earthquakes and Volcanic Activity.

Charley Hill-Butler, Matthew Blackett, Nigel Trodd

Morphological Variability of Cleveleys Beach, UK at Multiannual Timescales Based on Airborne LiDAR Data

Andrew Miles, Suzana Ilic, Michael James, Duncan Whyatt

Christchurch Earthquake Hazard Analysis and Risk Mitigation

Julian Watts

Session 6b:Social and Historic

16:00:00 - Lecture Theatre 2/3

Historical GIS analysis of crime and criminality in Edwardian (1910-13) London: a multi-source approach

Kallum Dhillon, Paul Longley, Richard Dennis

Some GIS Analysis of Roberts and Wrathmell’s Atlas of Rural Settlement in England

Andrew Lowerre

Opening up GIS Training and Education – Building an IIGLU

Patrick Weber, Claire Ellul, Catherine Emma Jones

Unlocking the geospatial potential of survey data

Thomas Ensom, Veerle Van Den Eynden

Friday 13 April

Session 7a:Landscape Visibility and Visualisation (2)

09:30:00 - Lecture Theatre 1

The Impact Of 3D Distance on Emergency Medical Service Location Planning

Emeka Chukwusa, Alexis Comber, Chris Brunsdon

Real-time visibility analysis and rapid viewshed calculation using a voxel-based modelling approach

Steve Carver, Justin Washtell

Optimal Sampling Strategies for Line-Of-Sight Calculations in Urban Regions

Phil Bartie, William Mackaness

Session 7b:Urban GIS (1)

09:30:00 - Lecture Theatre 2/3

Development of a GIS Data Model for Urban Microclimate and Building Energy Estimations

Cynthia Skelhorn, Sarah Lindley, Geoff Levermore

Sketch mapping: A comparative approach to GIS-based network analysis in measuring accessibility

Fariba Sotoudehnia, Alexis Comber

Comparing predefined and learned trajectory partitioning with applications to pedestrian route prediction

Mark Dimond, Gavin Smith, James Goulding, Mike Jackson, Xiaolin Meng

Session 8a:Open GIS

11:50:00 - Lecture Theatre 1

Open Geodemographics: Open Tools and the 2011 OAC

Chris Gale, Muhammad Adnan, Paul Longley

Who are the contributors to OpenStreetMap and what do they do?

Peter Mooney, Padraig Corcoran

Geodemographic Output Area Classifications for London, 2001-2011

Chris Gale, Paul Longley

Session 8b:Urban GIS (2)

11:50:00 - Lecture Theatre 2/3

Estimation of the Spatial Distribution of Urban Population using Remotely Sensed Satellite Data in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Mohammed Alahmadi, Peter Atkinson, David Martin

Quantifying Urban Growth in Dubai Emirate: A Geoinformatics Approach

Ahmed Nassar, Alan Blackburn, Duncan Whyatt

An Urban Environmental Quality index for Salford, Greater Manchester: A disaggregated approach

Oliver Gunawan, Richard Armitage, Philip James