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Nigel Waters

  • Professor Emeritus of Geography

Currently Teaching

Not currently teaching any courses.

Employment History

2007-2014                       Director, Center of Excellence for Geographic Information Science, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA.

2007-2014                       Full Professor, Dept. of Geography, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA, USA.

2007-present                  Professor Emeritus of Geography, University of Calgary

2006-2007                       Director of the Transportation Studies Major

1999-2006                       Director of the Masters in Geographic Information Systems Program

1996-2007                       Director of the Transportation Theme School

1990-2007                       Full Professor, Dept. of Geography, University of Calgary

1979-1990                       Associate Professor, Dept. of Geography, University of Calgary

1979 (Summer)               Visiting Assist. Prof., Dept. of Geography, Univ. of Victoria

1978:                               Nominated for Master and Superior Teaching Awards

1975-79                           Assistant Professor, Dept. of Geography, University of Calgary

1976 (Intersession)         Lecturer, Extension Dept., Lakehead University, Ontario

1974 (Summer):             Lecturer, Extension Dept., Laurentian University, Ontario

1974 (Jan -April):           Lecturer, Extension Department, University of Western Ontario

1972-74:                          Teaching Assistant, Dept. of Geog., Univ. of Western Ontario

Publications

Books, Monographs, Edited Proceedings, Chapters/Papers in Books and Encyclopedia:

Waters, N. M. 2017. History of GIS. In: Richardson, D., Castree, N., Goodchild, M. F., Kobayashi, A., Liu, W. and Marston, R. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology.Wiley: New York.

Waters, N. M. 2017. Tobler’s First Law of Geography. In: Richardson, D., Castree, N., Goodchild, M. F., Kobayashi, A., Liu, W. and Marston, R. (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology.Wiley: New York.

Cervone, Guido, Schnebele, Emily, Waters, Nigel, Moccaldi, Martina and Sicignano, Rosa (2017) Using Social Media and Satellite Data for Damage Assessment in Urban Areas During Emergencies. Ch. 24, pp. 443-57 in Seeing Cities Through Big Data: Research, Methods and Applications in Urban Informatics, edited by Piyushimita Thakuriah and Nebiyou Tilahun, Springer, New York.

Koizumi, N., Gentili, M., Ganesan, R., Dasgupta, D., Patel, A., Chen, C-H, Waters, N. and Melancon, K.  2016. Mathematical Optimization and Simulation Analyses for Optimal Liver Allocation Boundaries. Pp. 451-75 in Yang, Hui, and Eva K. Lee, eds. Healthcare Analytics: From Data to Knowledge to Healthcare Improvement. John Wiley & Sons, 2016.

Schnebele, E., Oxendine, C., Cervone, G., Ferreira, C. M. and Waters, N. 2015. Using Non-authoritative Sources During Emergencies in Urban Areas. Geotechnologies and the Environment Volume 13, Computational Approaches for Urban Environments, Helbich, M., Arsanjani, J. J., Leitner, M. Eds., 2015, Ch. 14, pp. 337-361. Springer International Publishing, Switzerland.

Cervone, G., Lin, J., Waters, N. 2014. Data Mining for Geoinformatics: Methods and Applications. ISBN-13: 978-1-4614-7668-9. Springer, New York, xi & 166 pp. e-Book ISBN: 978-1-4614-7669-6  DOI 10.1007/978-1-4614-7669-6

Alexander, S. and Waters, N. Road Ecology. Pp. 1162-65 in Garrett, Mark, ed. (2014) Encyclopedia of Transportation: Social Science and Policy. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications, Inc.

Oxendine, C. and Waters, N. Emergency Response Systems. Pp. 482-5 in Garrett, Mark, ed. (2014) Encyclopedia of Transportation: Social Science and Policy. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications, Inc.

Waters, N. 2013. Social Network Analysis. In Fischer M.M., Nijkamp P. (Eds) Handbook of Regional Science, Ch. 38, pp. 725-740. Springer: Heidelberg, New York, Dordrecht, London.

Patel, A., & Waters, N. 2012. Using Geographic Information Systems for Health Research. In The Geographic Information System. Ed.: Bhuiyan M. Alam. Rijeka, Croatia: In-Tech.

Hansen, C., Waters, N., Palacios-Derflingher, L. & Crutcher, R. 2010. Mapping Diversity: the Contribution of Geographical Information Systems to the Alberta IMG Program. Pp. 85-103 in Waugh, E. H., Szafran, O. & Crutcher, R. (eds.) At the Interface of Culture and Medicine: Contemporary Canadian Studies, University of Alberta Press, Edmonton, Alberta.

 

Lin J., Cervone G., Waters N., 2010.  Proceedings of the 1st ACM SIGSPATIAL International Workshop on Data Mining for Geoinformatics (DMG) 2010, 18th ACM SIGSPATIAL International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (ACMGIS), ISBN: 978-1-4503-0430-6, San Jose, CA, November 2, 2010.

 

Leslie, T. F. and Waters, N. M. 2010. Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Encyclopedia of Library and Information Sciences, Third Edition, 1: 1, 1943 — 1954.

 

Seel, K. and Waters, N. M. 2009. Complex, Adaptive Systems, Through Time and Across Space: A Case Study of the Deregulated Alberta Electrical Power Generation Industry. Ch. 14, p.187-207  in A. Reggiani and P. Nijkamp (eds) Complexity and Spatial Networks: In Search of Simplicity. Springer, Berlin, New York.

 

Waters, N.M. 2009. Representing Surfaces in the Natural Environment: Implications for Research and Geographical Education. Ch. 3, pp. 21-39,  in Mount, N. J., Harvey, G. L., Aplin, P. and Priestnall, G., Eds., Representing, Modeling and Visualizing the Natural Environment: Innovations in GIS 13, CRC Press, Florida.

 

Waters, N.M. 2006. Network and Nodal Indices: Measures of Complexity and Redundancy: A Review. Chapter 2, pp. 13-33, in Spatial Dynamics, Network and Modelling, edited by Aura Reggiani and Peter Nijkamp, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK & Northampton, MA, USA.

 

Waters, N. M. 2006. Contributed approximately one third of the content of Geospatial Matters: Exploring the Implications of a Digital Earth, edited by Daniel Sui and Matt Ball, Foreword by Jack Dangermond and Afterword by Mike Goodchild, published by GeoTec Media, San Francisco, CA.

 

Waters, N.M., 2005 Transportation GIS: GIS-T, Chapter 59 in Geographical Information Systems, Second Edition, Abridged, edited by Longley, P.A., Goodchild, M.F., Maguire, D.J. and Rhind, D.W.; Wiley, New York.

Li, K. and Waters, N.M., 2005. Transportation Networks, Case-Based Reasoning and Traffic Collision Analysis: A Methodology for the 21st Century, Chapter 4 in Methods and Models in Transport and Telecommunications, edited by Reggiani, A., and Schintler, L. A.; Springer, New York.

 

Alexander, S. M., Waters, N. M. and Paquet, P. C. 2004. A Probability-based GIS Model for Identifying Focal species Linkage Zones across Highways in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Ch. 13, pp. 233-255 in Stillwell, J. and Clarke, G., eds., Applied GIS and Spatial Analysis, Wiley, Chichester, UK.

 

Waters, N. M. 2003. Geographic Information Systems.  Pp. 1106-1115 in the Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science (Second Edition), edited by Drake, M., Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York. (Commissioned).

 

Waters, N. M. 2002. GIS, Case-Based Reasoning & System Design: Fixing the Normal Accident with a Smart GIS. To appear in Moving the Margins of Traffic Safety, edited by J. Peter Rothe, University of Alberta Press, Edmonton.

 

Waters, N. M. 2001. Modeling the Environmnent with GIS: A Historical Perspective from Geography. Pp. 1-35 in Geographic Information Systems and Environmental Modeling, edited by K. C. Clarke, B. O. Parks and M. P. Crane, Prentice-Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey.

 

Alexander, S. M. and Waters, N. M. 2000. The Effects of Highway Transportation Corridors on Wildlife: A Case Study of Banff National Park, Transportation Research C, vol. 8C, pp. 307-20. Reprinted in Geographic Information Systems for Transportation Research, edited by Jean-Claude Thill, Pergamon, New York.

 

Waters, N. 1999. Transportation GIS: GIS-T, Chapter 59, pp. 827-844, in Geographical Information Systems: Principles, Techniques, Applications and Management, 2nd Edition, Edited by Paul Longley, Michael Goodchild, David Maguire, and David Rhind, John Wiley and Sons. (Peer reviewed)

 

Clayton, D. and Waters, N. 1999. Distributed Knowledge, Distributed Processing, Distributed Users: Integrating Case Based Reasoning and GIS for Multicriteria Decision Making. Chapter in Multicriteria Decision-Making and Analysis: A Geographic Information Sciences Approach, edited by Jean-Claude Thill, Ashgate, Brookfield, USA,  275-308. (Peer reviewed)

 

Waters, N. 1998. Geographic Information Systems, Encyclopedia of Library and Information Science, 63, 98-125. (Commissioned)

 

Bertazzon, S., Crouch, G., Draper, D. and Waters, N. 1997. GIS Applications in Tourism Marketing: Current Uses, an Experimental Application and Future Prospects, Pp.  35-59 in Geography and Tourism Marketing, edited by Martin Opperman, The Haworth Press, New York.

 

Lea, A.C., and N.M. Waters. 1996. The Role of Transportation in the Canadian Economy. Chapter 16, pp. 299-315 in Canada and the Global Economy: The Geography of Structural and Technological Change, ed. John N. H. Britton. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press.   

 

Waters, N.M. 1995. The Most Beautiful Formulae in GIS. Chapter in Spatial Reasoning for Effective GIS, ed. J.K. Berry, 175-192. Ft. Collins: GIS World Books.                             

 

Waters, N.M. 1995. GIS, Database Technology and Beautiful Formulae. Chapter in  GIS World Sourcebook, 1996, pp. 357-363. Ft. Collins, Colorado: GIS World Books.

 

Waters, N. M. (ed.) 1992. Canadian Transportation Competing in a Global Context. Proceedings of the 27th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum, Banff, June 9-12, 1992, 549 pp.

                           

Coulson, M. R. C. and Waters, N. M.  1991. Teaching the NCGIA Curriculum in Practice: Assessment and Evaluation. Pp. 94-102 in Unwin, D. J., Wood, C. E., Coulson, M. R. C. and Waters, N. M. GIS Education and Training. Cartographica, Monograph #43, Vol. 28, #3, 108 pp.

 

Keller, C.P. and Waters, N.M.  1991. Mapping Software for Microcomputers.  Chapter 6 in  D.R.F. Taylor (Ed.) Geographic Information Systems: The Microcomputer and Modern Cartography, New York: Pergamon Press, 97-128.

 

English, A, Waters, N. M. and Zelinski, V. 1991. A National Railway.  Chapter 2 in D. C. Wilson and R. Lorimer (Eds.) Moving People and Resources: Studies in Transportation, Calgary, Alberta: Detselig, 27-52.

 

Unwin, D. J., Wood, C. E., Coulson, M. R. C. and Waters, N. M. (eds.) 1991.  GIS Education and Training. Cartographica, Monograph #43, Vol. 28, #3, 108 pp.

 

Zelinski, V. and Waters, N.M.  1990. The United States:  An Economic Perspective - Teachers’ Guide. John Wiley and Sons, Ltd., Toronto, 180pp.

 

Zelinski, V. and Waters, N.M.  1989. The United States:  An Economic Perspective. John Wiley and Sons, Ltd., Toronto, 152 pp.

 

Waters, N.M.  1988. Expert Systems and Systems of Experts.  Chapter 12 in Geographical Systems and Systems of Geography:  Essays in Honour of William Warntz, edited by W.J. Coffey, University of Western Ontario, pp. 173-187.

 

Waters, N.M. and de Leeuw, G.J.A.  1987. Computer Atlases to Complement Printed Atlases.  In Carswell, R.J.B., de Leeuw, G.J.A., and Waters, N.M. (Eds.).  Atlases for Schools:  Design Principles and Curriculum Perspectives.  Cartographica, 24, No. 1, Monograph 36, 159 pp.

 

de Leeuw, G.J. and Waters, N.M.  1985. Mapping with Microcomputers in the Elementary Schools.  In Taylor, D.R.F. (ed.), Education and Training in Contemporary Cartography, New York:  John Wiley and Sons, pp. 117-139.

 

Waters, N.M.  1984. Transportation and Communications.  Chapter in Environment and Economy:  Essays in Human Geography of Alberta, edited by B.M. Barr and P.J. Smith, University of Alberta Press, pp. 115-135.

 

Waters, N.M. (Editor) 1984.  Topics in Cartography and Physical and Human Geography:  The Douglas College Papers, 1983.  B.C. Geographical Series, Number 40, Occasional Papers in Geography, Tantalus Research Ltd., Vancouver, 91 pp.

 

Waters, N.M. and Ponting, J.R. 1984.  Locational Decision-Making by Industrial Firms:  A Survey Report on the Prairie Provinces.  Research Report #84-02, Research Unit for Public Policy Studies, The University of Calgary, April 1984, 119 pp.

 

Barr, B.M. and Waters, N.M. (Editors) 1984.  Regional Diversification and Structural Change.  B.C.Geographical Series, Number 39, Occasional Papers in Geography, Tantalus Research Ltd., Vancouver, 295 pp.

 

Barr, B.M., Waters, N.M., and Matthews, A.S.  1984. Firms and Industrial Parks:  Insights from Principal Coordinates Analysis."  Pp. 121-137 in Regional Diversification and Structural Change, edited by B.M. Barr and N.M. Waters, B.C. Geographical Series, Number 39, Tantalus research Ltd., Vancouver, 295 pp.

 

Waters, N.M. (Editor) 1983.  Current Issues in Canadian Human Geography:  The Lethbridge Papers, 1982.  B.C. Geographical Series, Number 36, Occasional Papers in Geography, Tantalus Research Ltd., Vancouver, 93pp.

 

Waters, N.M. (Editor) 1982.  Aspects of Human Geography:  The Kelowna Papers, 1981. B.C. Geographical Series, Number 34, Occasional Papers in Geography, Tantalus Research Ltd., Vancouver, 93 pp.

 

Waters, N.M. (Editor) 1981.  Geographical Research in the 1980s:  The Nanaimo Papers.  B.C. Geographical Series, Number 31, Occasional Papers in Geography, Tantalus Research Ltd., Vancouver, 125 pp.

 

Waters, N.M. (Editor) 1980.  Contemporary Geography in Western Canada:  The Calgary Papers. B.C. Geographical Series, Number 29, Occasional Papers in Geography, Tantalus Research Ltd., Vancouver, 156 pp.

 

 

Major Refereed Papers and Papers and Comments and Book Reviews in Refereed Journals (also including Refereed Conferences and Symposium Proceedings):

 

Manca, G., Waters, N. W., & Sandi, G. (2016). Using cloud computing to develop an integrated virtual system for online GIScience programs. Knowledge Management & E-Learning, 8(4), 514–527.

 

Attaway, David F., Waters, Nigel M., Geraghty, Estella M. and Jacobsen, Kathryn H. 2016. Zika

virus: Endemic and epidemic ranges of Aedes mosquito transmission. Journal of Infection and Public Health. (in press) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jiph.2016.09.008

 

Nicholas, Dennis E., Delamater, Paul L., Waters, Nigel M. and Jacobsen, Kathryn H. 2016. Geographically weighted discriminant analysis of environmental conditions associated with Rift Valley fever outbreaks in South Africa. Spatial and Spatio-temporal Epidemiology, 17, 75-83.

doi:10.1016/j.sste.2016.04.005

 

Fleming, L., Ansumana, R., Bockarie, A., Alejandre, J., Bangura, U., Jimmy, D., Waters, N., Baghi, H.,  Stenger, D., Jacobsen, K. 2016. Inpatient healthcare provider bypassing by women and their children in urban Bo, Sierra Leone. The Pan African Medical Journal, 23:146.

doi:10.11604/pamj.2016.23.146.8706

 

Attaway, David F., Jacobsen, Kathryn H., Falconer, Allan, Manca, Germana, and Waters, Nigel M. 2016. Risk analysis for dengue suitability in Africa using the ArcGIS Predictive Analysis Tools (PA Tools). Acta Tropica http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.actatropica.2016.02.018

 

Cervone, G., Sava, E., Huang, Q., Schnebele, E., Harrison, J. and Waters, N. M.  2016. Using Twitter for tasking remote-sensing data collection and damage assessment: 2013 Boulder flood case study. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 37:1, 100-124, DOI: 10.1080/01431161.2015.1117684

 

Schnebele, E., Cervone, Tanyu, B. and Waters, N., 2015. Review of remote sensing methodologies for pavement management and assessment.  European Transport Research Review, volume 7 (2) 1-19. doi: 10.1007/s12544-015-0156-6

 

Nicholas, Dennis E., Jacobsen, Kathryn H. and Waters, Nigel M., 2014. Risk factors associated with human Rift Valley fever infection: systematic review and meta-analysis. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 19 (12) 1420-29, doi:10.1111/tmi.12385

 

Attaway, D. F., Jacobsen, K. H., Falconer, A., Manca, G., and Waters, N. M. 2014. Assessing the methods needed for improved dengue mapping: a SWOT analysis.

The Pan African Medical Journal. 17:289  doi:10.11604/pamj.2014.17.289.3435

 

Schnebele, E., Cervone, G., Kumar, S., Waters, N. 2014. Real time estimation of the Calgary

floods using limited remote sensing data. Water, 6 (2), 381-398.

 

Schnebele, E., Cervone, G. and Waters, N. 2014. Road assessment after flood events using non-authoritative data. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, vol.14, #4, pp. 1007- 1015.

 

Manca, G., Attaway, D.F. and Waters, N. 2014. Program assessment and the EU’s agrienvironmental Measure 214:An investigation of the spatial dynamics of agrienvironmental policies in Sardinia, Italy. Applied Geography 50 (June) 24-30.

 

Southern, D., Poole, J., Patel, A., Waters, N., Pilote, L., Hull, R., & Ghali, W. 2014. Health system capacity and infrastructure for adopting innovations to care for patients with venous thromboembolic disease. Open Medicine, 8(2).

 

Koizumi, Naoru, Rajesh Ganesan, Monica Gentili, Chun-Hung Chen, Nigel Waters, Debasree DasGupta, Dennis Nicholas, Amit Patel, Divya Srinivasan, and Keith Melancon. 2014. Redesigning Organ Allocation Boundaries for Liver Transplantation in the United States. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Health Care Systems Engineering, pp. 15-27. Springer International Publishing, 2014.

 

Perry, N., Reybold, L.E., Waters, N.M., 2014. “Everybody was Looking for a Good Government Job”: Occupational Choice during Segregation in Arlington, Virginia. Journal of Urban History, July 2014; vol. 40, 4: pp. 719-741.

 

Oxendine, C.E. and Waters, N. 2014. No-Notice Urban Evacuations: Using Crowdsourced Mobile Data to Minimize Risk. Geography Compass, 8 1 49-62.

 

Perry, N., Crew, S.R., Waters, N.M., 2013. “We didn’t have any other place to live”: Residential Patterns in Segregated Arlington County, Virginia, Southeastern Geographer, 53 4 403-27.

 

E.  Schnebele, G.  Cervone, N. Waters. 2013. PhD Showcase: Initial validation of non-authoritative data for road assessment. ACM International Conference on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (ACM SIGSPATIAL). Orlando, FL. November 4-8 2013.

 

Waters, N.2013. The Geographic Information Science Body of Knowledge 2.0: Toward a New Federation of GIS Knowledge. Arnold et al. (Eds.): Lecture Notes in Computer Science, WWS 2013, CCIS 372, pp. 129–142, 2013. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.

 

Perry, N. and Waters, N. 2012. Southern Suburb/Northern City: Black Entrepreneurship in Segregated Arlington County, Virginia. Urban Geography, 30 (5), 655-74.

 

Oxendine, C., Sonwalkar, M. and Waters, N. 2012. A Multi-Objective, Multi-Criteria Approach to Improve Situational Awareness in Emergency Evacuation Routing Using Mobile Phone Data. Transactions in GIS, 16 (3), 375-96, 2012.

 

Patel, A. B., Waters, N., Blanchard, I. E., Doig, C. J., & Ghali, W. A. 2012. A validation of ground ambulance pre-hospital times modeled using geographic information systems. International Journal of Health Geographics, 11(1), 1-10, 2012.

 

Frankenfeld, C. L., Poudrier, J. K., Waters, N. M., Gillevet, P. M., & Xu, Y. (2012). Dietary intake measured from a self-administered, online 24-hour recall system compared with 4-day diet records in an adult US population. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 112(10), 1642-1647.

 

Hansen, C. V., Sun, H. E. and Waters, N. M. 2011. The Media Communications Environment through a Spatial Lens: The Mapping the Media in the Americas Project. Canadian Journal of Communication, vol. 36, #1, 141-5.

 

Tenenbaum, H. S., & Waters, N. M. 2011. Spatial patterns of subprime mortgages by local banks, nonlocal banks, and independents in the continental US. Environment and Planning A, 43(8), 1761.

 

Waters, N. M.  “Review of  ‘Geographic Information Systems and Science’, Third Edition, by Paul A. Longley, Michael F. Goodchild, David J. Maguire and David W. Rhind, 2011, John Wiley and Sons, Inc., Hoboken, NJ.” Geomatica, 64, no.4 (2010): 375.

 

Patel, A. B., Tu, J. V., Waters, N. M., Ko, D. T., Eisenberg, M. J., Thao Huynh, T., Rinfret,S., Knudtson, M. and Ghali, W. A. 2010.  Access to Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention for ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction in Canada: A Geographic Analysis. Open Medicine, 4, #1, 9pp.

 

Rosenshein, L., & Waters, N. 2009. The effect of healthy food accessibility on childhood obesity. Pp. 1-5 in 17th International Conference on Geoinformatics, August 2009. IEEE: George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.

 

Delparte, D. M., Jamieson, B. and Waters, N. M. 2008. Statistical runout modeling of snow avalanches using GIS in Glacier National Park, Canada. Cold Regions Science and Technology, v54 #3, 183-92. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.coldregions.2008.07.006

 

Vik Stronen, A., Paquet, P., Herrero, S., Sharpe, S., and Waters, N. 2007. Translocation and Recovery Efforts for the Telkwa Caribou, Rangifer tarandus caribou, Herd in Westcentral British Columbia, 1997 – 2005, Canadian Field Naturalist, vol. 121 (2), 155-163.

 

Patel, A. B., Waters, N. M. and Ghali, W. A. 2007. Determining Geographic Areas and Populations with Timely Access to Cardiac Catherterization Facilities for Acute Myocardial Infarction Care in Alberta Canada. International Journal of Health Geographics, vol. 6, article 47.

http://www.ij-healthgeographics.com/content/pdf/1476-072x-6-47.pdf

 

Sun, H., Forsythe, W. K. and Waters, N. M. 2007. Modelling Urban Land Use Change and Urban Sprawl: Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Networks and Spatial Economics, vol. 7, pp. 353-376.

 

Forsythe, W. K. and Waters, N. M., 2006. The Utilization of Image Texture Measures in Urban Change Detection. Photogrammetrie, Fernerkundung, Geoinformation, vol. 4, pp. 287-296.

 

McConnell, S., Hansen, C. and Waters, N. M. 2005. Mapping the Media in the Americas: An Innovative Application of GIS. Paper presented to the Eighth United Nations Regional Cartographic Conference for the Americas, New York City, June 27-July 1, 2005.

http://mdgs.un.org/unsd/geoinfo/RCC/docs/rcca8/IP/8th_UNRCCA_IP36.pdf

 

Alexander, S.M., Waters, N.M. and Paquet, P. C. 2005. Traffic Volume and Highway Permeability for a Mammalian Community in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. The Canadian Geographer, vol 49, (4), pp. 321-331.

 

Tang, K.X. and Waters, N.M., 2005. The Internet, GIS and Public Participation in Transportation Planning, Progress in Planning, 64 (1): 1-62.

 

Sun, H., Forsythe, W. K. and Waters, N. M. 2005. Urban Land Use Change and Urban Sprawl Analysis: A Case Study of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. VII Nectar Conference, June 2-4, 2005, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Proceedings published on CD-ROM.

 

Waters, N. M. 2004. Review of: Weather and Transportation in Canada, edited by Jean Andrey and Christopher Knapper, 2003, Department of Geography publication Series No. 55, University of Waterloo. The Canadian Geographer, 48 (3): 380-382.


Bow, J.D., N.M. Waters, P.D. Faris, J.E. Seidel, P.D. Galbraith, M.L. Knudston, W. A. Ghali, and the APPROACH Investigators, 2004. Accuracy of City Postal Code Coordinates as a Proxy for Location of Residence, International Journal of Health Geographics, 3(5): 1-9.

Seidel, J.E., W.A. Ghali, P.D. Faris, J.D. Bow, N.M. Waters, M.M. Graham, P.D. Galbraith, L.B. Mitchell, and M.L. Knudston, 2004. Geographical Location of Residence and Uniformity of Access to Cardiac Revascularization Services after Catheterization. Canadian Journal of Cardiology, 20 (5): 517-523.

 

Alexander, S. M. and Waters, N. M. 2000.The Effects of Highway Transportation Corridors on Wildlife: A Case Study of Banff National Park," Transportation Research C, vol. 8C, pp. 307-20.

 

Alexander, S. and Waters, N. M.  1999.  Decision Support Methods for Assessing Placement and Efficacy of Road Crossing Structures for Wildlife.  Published in the Proceedings of the International Conference on Wildlife Ecology and Transportation.  Missoula, MT.  ICOWET.  September 1999.

 

Alexander, S. M. and Waters, N. M. 1999. Sensitivity of Predictive Wolf Models, in GeoSolutions: Integrating Our World, Proceedings of GIS '99 (March 1- 4, 1999), 165-68.

 

Arthur, R. M. and Waters, N. M. 1999. Exploring Traffic Collision Data in the Spatial and Temporal Domain, in GeoSolutions: Integrating Our World, Proceedings of GIS '99 (March 1- 4, 1999), 195-99.

 

Clayton, Deena, Robert Charlie and Nigel Waters, 1998. Developing a Knowledge Base to Incorporate Traditional Knowledge with GIS. In Pathways to Knowledge Integration, Proceedings of GIS '98/Rt '98 (April 6-9, 1998), 257-260.

 

Mario B. Giovinetto, Gerald Holdsworth, David A. Fisher, Nigel M. Waters, and H. Jay Zwally 1997. An Assessment of the Regional Distribution of the Oxygen-Isotope Ratio in Northeastern Canada, Annals of Glaciology, Annals of Glaciology, 25, 214-219.

 

Arthur, R. M. and Waters, N. M. 1997. Formal Scientific Research of Traffic Collision Data Utilizing GIS," Transportation Planning and Technology, vol. 21, 121-37.

 

Bertazzon, S., Crouch, G., Draper, D. and Waters, N. 1997. GIS Applications in Tourism Marketing: Current Uses, an Experimental Application and Future Prospects, Journal of Travel and Tourism Marketing, 6, 35-59.

 

Yeboah, I. E. A. and Waters, N. M. 1997. Urban Economic Participation and Survival Strategies in Ghana, 1960-1984, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 88, 353-68.

 

Alexander, S., Paquet, P. and Waters, N. M. 1997. Playing GOD with GIS: Uncertainty in Wolf Habitat Suitability Models, Proceedings of the 11th Annual GIS '97 Conference, Feb. 17-20th, Vancouver, BC, pp. 449-453.

 

Anderson, C. and Waters, N. 1997. GIS Graph Processing: The Raster Graphic Abacus Project, Proceedings of GIS/LIS '97, ACSM/ASPRS, Falls Church, Virginia, Oct. 28 to Oct. 30th, 1997, Cincinnati, published on CD-ROM, no pagination.

 

Bertazzon, S. and Waters, N. 1997. Modelling a Trip Interactive Planner (TIP) to Manage and Monitor Tourist Traffic in a Regionally Based GIS, Proceedings of the 32nd Annual Conference of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum, May 25-28, Toronto, Ontario, 281-293.

 

Clayton, D.  and Waters, N. 1997. The Incorporation of Gwich'in Traditional Environmental Knowledge in a Decision Support System for GIS Analysis," Proceedings of GIS/LIS '97, ACSM/ASPRS, Falls Church, Virginia, Oct. 28 to Oct. 30th, Cincinnati, published on CD-ROM, no pagination.

 

Giovinetto, M. B., Bentley, C. R., Bertazzon, S., Bromwich, D. H., Goodwin, I., Waters, N. M. and Craven, M. "Areal and Temporal Variabilities of Preciptation and Accumulation in Sectors of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean," Presented at the Symposium on Antarctica and Global Change: Interactions and Impacts, Hobart, 13-18th July, 1997. Sponsored by the Australian CRC. SCAR - Global Change Program and the International Glaciological Society, (UK).

 

Woods, T. and Waters, N. 1997. Predicting Community Health Risk: A GIS Based Statistical Analysis, Proceedings of GIS/LIS '97, ACSM/ASPRS, Falls Church, Virginia, Oct. 28 to Oct. 30th, 1997, Cincinnati, published on CD-ROM, no pagination

 

Alexander, S. and Waters, N. M. 1996. Wolves and GIS: A Pairwise Comparisons Approach to Resolving Land-Use Conflicts in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park, Alberta, Proceedings of the Caring for Home Place: Protected Areas and Landscape Ecology Conferenceheld Sept. 29 to Oct. 2nd, 1996, Regina, SK, pp. 159-173.

 

Bertazzon, S. and Waters, N. 1996. Immaginazioni GISgrafiche," Geotema, 6, 27-33.

 

Alexander, S. Callaghan, C., Paquet, P. and Waters, N. M. 1996. GIS Prediction Models for Habitat Use by Wolves (Canis lupus) .  GIS '96, Vancouver, Mar. 18-21,1996. CD-ROM

Alexander, S. and Waters, N. M. (1996) Decision Support Methods for Resolving Land-Use Conflicts. Proceedings of GIS/LIS '96, ACSM/ASPRS, Falls Church, Virginia, pp. 1152-1168.

 

Bertazzon, S. and Waters, N. M. 1996. The Use of GIS Applications on the Internet for Marketing Tourist Destinations. Proccedings of GIS/LIS '96, ACSM/ASPRS, Falls Church, Virginia, pp. 887--81.

 

Stewart, C., Page, R., Waters, N.M., Lucas, A., Gourdeau, D. and Blais, J.A.R. 1996. Decision Support for Environmental Screenings: An Application of the Crown of the Continent Electronic Data Atlas. Proceedings of Geomatics 1996, Ottawa, May28-30, 1996. CD-ROM.

 

Arthur, R.M., and N.M. Waters 1995. GIS to Maximize Photo Radar Deployment Effectiveness. In Proceedings of GIS/LIS '95 Conference. Nashville, pp. 20-28, Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C.                            

 

Arthur, R.M., and N.M. Waters 1995. Exploratory Multivariate Analysis of  Traffic Collision Data. In Proceedings of 1995 Conference of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum. Ottawa, pp. 618-632.                             

 

Forsythe, W.K., R.D. Wheate, and N.M. Waters. "Classification and Mapping of Avalanche Slopes in Yoho National Park:  An Assessment Using Landsat TM and Digital Elevation Data." In Proceedings of 17th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing. Saskatoon, 1995, pp. 108-113, Canadian Remote Sensing Society, Ottawa, Canada.

 

Waters, N. M., ed. "Geographic Information Systems in Transportation." Proceedings of the Transportation Research Forum, 6(112-129), Oct. 21-23, St. Loius, Missouri (1993).

 

Harris, S. A., Waters, N. M. and Krouse, H. R. "Hydrogen and Oxygen Isotopes and the Origin of the Ice in Peat Plateaus: Reply. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, vol. 4, 269-275 (1993).

 

Giovinetto, M. B., Waters, N. M. and Zwally, H. J. “Satellite Passive-Microwave Observations and the Distribution of Net Surface Accumulation in the Interior of Greenland.” Pp. 502 -507 in Proceedings of the 14th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing, Edited by Franklin, S. E., Thompson, M. D. and Ahern, F. J., Canadian Remote Sensing Society, Ottawa, 1991, 538 pp.

 

Simms, A. E. and Waters, N. M. “Development of a GIS for Sea Surface and Sea Bed Phenomena for Hazard Prediction in Hydrocarbon Drilling Environments.” Proceedings GIS for the 1990s, Canadian Institute of Surveying and Mapping, 354-364 (1990).

 

Giovinetto, M.B., Waters, N.M.  and  Bentley, C.  "Dependence of Antarctic Surface

Mass Balance on Temperature, Elevation, and Distance to Open Ocean".  Journal of Geophysical Research – Atmospheres, 95(D4) 3517-3531 (1990).

 

Waters, N.M.  "Expert Systems within a GIS:  Knowledge Acquisition for Decision Support Systems".  Proceedings Challenge for the 1990s, Canadian Institute of Survey and Mapping, 740-759 (1989).

 

MacDonald, G.M. and Waters, N.M.  “The Use of Most Predictable Surfaces for the

Classification and Mapping of Taxon Assemblages.”  Vegetatio, 74, 125-135 (1988).

 

Bach, M.T., Giovinetto, M.B. and Waters, N.M.  “Variate Analysis of Surface Mass

Balance in Antarctica.”  Canadian Association of Geographers, B.C. Geographical Series,

#45, 51-70 (1988).

 

MacDonald, G.M. and Waters, N.M.  "An Evaluation of Automated Mapping Algorithms

for the Analysis of Quaternary Pollen Data."  Review of Paleobotany and Palynology, 51,

289-307 (1987).

 

de Leeuw, G. and Waters, N.M.  "Computerized Atlases:  The Potential of Computers in

Social Studies."  The History and Social Science Teacher, 22, (1), 6-14 (1986)

 

Waters, N.M., Wirasinghe, S.C., Babalola, A. and Marion, K.E.D.  "Location of Bus

Garages."  Journal of Advanced Transportation, 20, 135-150 (1986).

 

Waters, N.M. and Ponting, J.R. 1986.  Locational Decision-Making by Industrial Firms:  A Survey Report on the Prairie Provinces (with Special Reference to the Influence of Size and Type of Firm). Research Report #85-02, Research Unit for Public Policy Studies, University of Calgary, July 1986, 114 pp.

 

Ponting, J. R. and Waters, N. M. "The Impact of Public Policy on Locational Decision Making by Industrial Firms." Canadian Public Policy, 11, pp. 731-744, 1985.

 

Pearce, S. R. and Waters, N. M. 1984. "Quantitative Methods for Investigating the Variables that Underlie Preference for Landscape Scenes: Reply."  Canadian Geographer, 28, 288-290.

 

Wirasinghe, S.C. and Waters, N.M.  "An Approximate Procedure for Determining, the

Number, Capacities and Locations of Solid Waste Transfer Stations in an Urban Region." European Journal of Operational Research, Vol. 12, Number 1, pp. 105-111, 1983.

 

Pearce, S.R. and Waters, N.M.  "Quantitative Methods for Investigating the Variables that

Underlie Preference for Landscape Scenes."  Canadian Geographer, Vol. 27, pp. 328-

344, 1983.

 

Waters, N.M. and Barr, B.M.  "A Brief Comparative Evaluation of Two Forms of Cluster

Analysis", in Geographical Research in the 1980s, The Nanaimo Papers, ed. by N.M.

Waters.  B.C. Geographical Series, Number 31, Occasional Papers in Geography,

Tantalus Research Ltd., Vancouver, 1981, pp. 93-107.

 

Waters, N.M.  "Computer Mapping:  A Review of What is Available and What is Useful

for Exploration Purposes".  Bulletin of Canadian Petroleum Geology, 1981, Vol. 29, pp.

182-196.

 

Barr, B.M., Waters, N.M. and Fairbairn, K.J.  "The Application of Cluster Analysis to

Entrepreneurial Perception of Regional Economic Environments".  Environment and

Planning A, 1980, Vol. 12, pp. 869-879.

 

Waters, N.M. and Barr, B.M.  "A Comparative Evaluation of Firms' Behavioral

Environments Based on Two Forms of Cluster Analysis.  Geografiska Annaler, Series B,

1980, pp. 81-90.

 

Clarke, H., Funke, R., and Waters, N.M.  "School Closure in Calgary:  One Solution or

Many?  Contemporary Geography in Western Canada:  The Calgary Papers, by N.M.

Waters.  B.C. Geographical Series, Number 29, 1980, pp. 119-134.

 

Waters, N.M.  "The PLUS System:  Who Needs It? Paper published in the refereed Proceedings of the 7th Annual Canadian Association for Information Science, Banff, Alberta, May 12-15, 1979, pp. 254-267.

 

Waters, N.M.  "A Trend Surface Analysis of Demand for an Urban Emergency Service".

Revised version of paper presented at Edmonton, March 1976.  B.C. Geographical Series

#23, 1977.

 

Warntz, Wm. and Waters, N.M.  "Network Representations of Critical Elements of

Pressure Surfaces".  Geographical Review, 1975, Vol. 65, pp. 476-492.

 

Waters, N.M. 1974. "Commentary - Descriptive Indices for Graphs" Annals, Association of American Geographers, Vol. 64, pp. 606-607

 

 

 

Other Papers and Abstracts Published:

 

Waters, N. M. 2012. Using GIS to Optimize the Closing of US Post Offices. vol. 24 (11), 12-13. http://read.dmtmag.com/i/48297

 

Waters, N. M. 2012. Giving Away Money You Don’t Have. GeoWorld, vol. 25 (2), 12-13.http://read.dmtmag.com/issue/55888

 

Waters, N. M. 2012. Know the ABCs of GIS Searches. GeoWorld, vol. 25 (5), 12-13.http://read.dmtmag.com/i/66688

 

Waters, N. M. 2012. Social Networks: Is Spatial Special When It’s Social. GeoWorld, vol. 25 (8), 12-13.

 

Waters, N. M. 2011. Must We “Geofortify” Location Based Services? GeoWorld, vol. 24 (2), 12-13.  http://digitalmagazinetechnology.com/a/?KEY=geoworld-11-02february#page=11&zoom=0

 

Waters, N. M. 2011. Crisis Mapping with GIS: A Game Changer. GeoWorld, vol. 24 (5), 12-13.

http://read.dmtmag.com/issue/33025

 

Waters, N. M. 2011. Why Does Mapping Need Robots? GeoWorld, vol. 24 (8), 12-13. http://read.dmtmag.com/title/8674

 

Waters, N. M. 2010. Painful GIS Lessons from the South Bronx Fires. GeoWorld, vol. 23 (11), 14-15. http://digitalmagazinetechnology.com/a/?KEY=geoworld-10-11november#page=13&zoom=0

 

Waters, N. M. 2010. GIS Prevalent at the Stockholm Criminology Symposium. GeoWorld, v. 23 (8), 14-15. http://digitalmagazinetechnology.com/a/?KEY=geoworld-10-08august#page=13

 

Waters, N. M. 2010. How GIS Can Help the Childhood Obesity Epidemic. GeoWorld, v. 23, (5), 14-15.

http://digitalmagazinetechnology.com/a/?KEY=geoworld-10-05May#page=13

 

Waters, N. M. 2010. Sensor Networks Won’t Ever Make GIS Analysts Omnipotent. GeoWorld, v.23,  (2) 16.http://digitalmagazinetechnology.com/a/?KEY=geoworld-10-02february#page=15

 

Waters, N. M. 2009. GIS Helps Understand Climate Change. GeoWorld, 22, (11) 14-15. http://digitalmagazinetechnology.com/a/?KEY=geoworld-09-11november#page=13

 

Waters, N. M. 2009. Reputation Systems: The Dark Side of VGI. GeoWorld 22 (8) 18-19.

http://digitalmagazinetechnology.com/a/?KEY=geoworld-09-08august#page=17

 

Waters, N. M. 2009. Find a GIS Conference that Fits Your Needs. GeoWorld, 22 (5) 16-17. http://digitalmagazinetechnology.com/a/?KEY=geoworld-09-05may#page=15

 

Waters, N. M. 2009. GIS, Cloud Computing, and the Internet of Things and Services. GeoWorld 22 (2) http://asp6.digitalflip.com/geofinal/Feb09/v1/fvxpress.html

 

Waters, N. M. 2008. Is one GIS Encyclopedia Too Many? Or Not? GeoWorld, 21 (12)

 

Waters, N. M. 2008. GIS North of the Rio Grande: Two Solitudes. GeoWorld, vol. 21, #8.

 

Waters, N. M. 2008. GIS and Homeland Defense: Are We Ready Yet? GeoWorld, 21 (2), 16-17.

 

Waters, N. M. 2007. Is Direct Instruction the Right Way to Teach GIS? GeoWorld, 20 (11), pp. 16-17.

 

Van Wyngaarden, R. and Waters, N. M. 2007. An Unfinished Revolution: Gaining perspective on the Future of GIS. GeoWorld, 20 (9), pp. 22-25.

 

Waters, N. M. 2007. Where’s the Center of the GIS Universe. GeoWorld, vol. 20 (5), pp. 22-23.

 

Waters, N. M. 2007. Imagine the Worlds in GISpace. GeoWorld, vol. 20 (2) pp. 18-19.

 

Waters, N. M. 2006. Cybercartography: Friend, Rival or Alternative to GIS? GeoWorld, vol. 19 (#12), p. 20.

 

Waters, N. M. 2006. Harvard, Geography and GIS: A Race to the Top? GeoWorld, vol. 19, (#9), p. 18.

 

Waters, N. M. 2006. GIS Bridges Scientific Modes. GeoWorld, vol. 19 (#6).

 

Waters, N.M. 2006. Imagine Calgary as a GIS-Friendly City. GeoWorld, vol. 19, (# 2).

 

Waters, N. M. 2006. Personal Reflections Nearing the Atlas of Canada Centennial. GeoWorld, vol. 19, (#1).

 

Waters, N.M. 2005. GIS Takes Centre Stage at the United Nations. GeoWorld, vol. 18, (# 9).

 

Waters, N. M. 2005. It’s Thrilling to Work with Nobel Prize Winners. GeoWorld, vol. 18, (# 6).

 

Waters, N. M. 2005. Can GIS and Geopolitics Prevent War?GeoWorld, vol. 18, (# 3).

 

Waters, N. M. 2004. GIS and Ethics: Reloaded. GIS Development, vol. 8 (#7), pp. 22-24.

 

Waters, N.M. 2004. The Yora of the Amazon and the Power of a Map. GeoWorld, vol. 17, (# 12).

 

Waters, N.M. 2004. Experience the Power of PPGIS. GeoWorld, vol. 17, (# 9).

 

Waters, N.M. 2004. Bidding Farewell to the Maven, Wizard and Priestess. GeoWorld, vol. 17, (# 6).

 

Waters, N.M. 2004. GIS and Martus: Technology with a Conscience. GeoWorld, vol. 17, (# 3).

 

Waters, N. M., 2003. Can We Find Benefits in GIS, GIS and Grid Computing? GeoWorld, vol. 16 (#2), pp. 26-27.

 

Waters, N. M., 2003. GIS, Pads and What's New at the Meme Laboratory. GeoWorld, vol. 16 (#4), pp. 24-25.

 

Waters, N. M., 2003. Traffic Safety Remains an Ongoing Concern. GeoWorld, vol. 16 (#6), pp. 22-23.

 

Waters, N. M., 2003. GIS Sleuths Use Spatial Technologies to Find Mythological and Religious Sites. GeoWorld, vol. 16 (#9), pp. 22-23.

 

Waters, N. M., 2003. Could Logo Help Children Learn GIS? GeoWorld, vol. 16 (#10), pp. 22-24.

 

Waters, N. M., 2003. What Can GIS Do to Save Geography? GeoWorld, vol. 16 (#12), pp. 22-23.

 

Waters, Nigel 2002. "A Beautiful Idea – A Nobel Prize for GIS" GEOWorld 15, #4 (April, 2002), pp. ***.

 

Waters, Nigel 2002. "Can GIS Reverse the Decline in Boys' Grade School Performance?" GEOWorld 15, #8 (August, 2002), pp. 22-23.

 

Waters, Nigel 2002. "How Can We Combat Application Erosion and Bloatware?" GEOWorld 15, #10 (October, 2002), pp. ***.

 

Waters, Nigel 2002. "Boys vs. Girls Revisited: Author's Response to Letter to the Editor" GEOWorld 15, #11 (November, 2002), p.10.

 

Waters, Nigel 2002. "Is GIScience the Way Forward?" GEOWorld 15, #12 (December, 2002), pp. ***.

 

Waters, Nigel 2001. "GIS, the Internet and Six Degrees of Separation." GEOWorld 14, #1 (January, 2001)

 

Waters, Nigel 2001. "Network Query Language is the "New, New Thing." GEOWorld 14, #4 (April, 2001)

 

Waters, Nigel 2001. "Internet GIS: Watch Your ASP." GEOWorld 14, #6 (June, 2001)

 

Waters, Nigel 2001. "GIS and Ethics: Out of Sight, Out of Mind?" GEOWorld 14, #8 (August, 2001)

 

Waters, Nigel 2001. "Is Peer-to-Peer Technology the Cornucopia of the Commons?" GEOWorld 14, #12 (December, 2001), pp. 26-7.

 

Waters, Nigel 2000. GIS and the Technologies of Knowing: A Proposal for GIScience? GEOWorld 13, #11 (November, 2000), pp. 28-29.

 

Waters, Nigel 2000. Beware the Commoditization of GIS. GEOWorld 13, #09 (September, 2000), pp. 30-31.

 

Waters, Nigel 2000. GIS and the Bitter Fruit: Privacy Issues in the Age of the Internet. GEOWorld 13 #5 (May, 2000), pp. 28-29.

 

Waters, Nigel 2000. Can GIS Save Banff from the "Invigorating Scent of Dollar Bills?" GEOWorld 13 #3 (March, 2000), pp. 30-31.

 

Waters, Nigel 2000. How Canada Gave GIS to the World and Then Lost Almost Everything. GEOWorld 13 #1 (January, 2000), pp. 28-29.

 

Waters, Nigel 2000. Reprint in Japanese of "Creating a New Master's Degree in GIS Proves Rewarding." GIS World Japan, No. 04, pp. 50-51.

 

Waters, Nigel 1999. Hire an Anthropologist to Find GIS' Future. GEOWorld 12 #11 (November, 1999) 34-35.

 

Waters, Nigel 1999. Creating a New Master's Degree in GIS Proves Rewarding. GEOWorld 12 #9 (September, 1999) 30-31.

 

Waters, Nigel 1999. Is XML the Answer for Internet-Based GIS?. GEOWorld 12 #7 (July, 1999) 32-33.

 

Waters, Nigel. 1999. Spatially Organized Information. GEOEurope 8 #7 (July, 1999) 22-23. (Reprint with new illustration of article below)

 

Waters, Nigel 1999. New Software Organize Information Spatially. GEOWorld 12 #5 (May, 1999) 34-35.

 

Waters, Nigel 1999. Are GIS Volunteers Exploited?. GEOWorld 12 #3 (March, 1999) 34.

 

Waters, Nigel 1999. GIS and the Jigsaw Man. GEOWorld 12 #1 (January, 1999) 34-35.

 

Nigel Waters, (1998) "Should GIS Enter the World of Consilience?," GEOWorld, 11 #11, 38-39.

 

Nigel Waters, (1998) "Can GIS Term Papers be Made to Order?," GIS World, 11 #9, 42-44.

 

Nigel Waters, (1998) "GIS Enters the Wireless World," GIS World, 11 #7, 40-42.

 

Nigel Waters, (1998) "GIS Alliances: Wave of the Future or Antitrust End Run?," GIS World, 11 #5, 40-41.

                                                      

Nigel Waters, (1998) "The GIS/LIS Meetings: Good for Whom?," GIS World, 11 #3, 42-43.

 

Nigel Waters, (1998) "Man/Machine Integration Defies Fourth Discontinuity," GIS World, 11 #1, 38.

 

Waters, N. M. (1997) "Should GIS Stay Out of Our Schools?" GIS World, 10 #11, 42.

 

Waters, N. M. (1997) "GIS and the Value of Everything," GIS World, 10 #9, 42.

 

Waters, N. M. (1997) "The Search Continues for the Next Generation Interface," GIS World, 10 #7, 58.

 

Waters, N. M. (1997) "Suzuki Delivers Dire Warnings, Few Solutions," GIS World, 10 #5, 60.

 

Waters, N. M. (1997) "Is GIS Prepared for the Virtual Reality Age?" GIS World, 10 #3, 58.

 

Waters, N. M. (1997) “Marks the End of the GIS Revolution," GIS World, 10 #1, 71.

 

Waters, N. M. (1996) GIS Courts Counterfactual History. GIS World, vol. 9, #1, p.74.

 

Waters, N. M. (1996) GIS and Counterfactual History Revisited. GIS World, vol. 9, #5, p.60.

 

Waters, N. M. (1996) Beware of the Internet's Dark Side. GIS World, vol. 9, #7, p.70.

 

Waters, N. M. (1996) Internet Search Engines Abound. GIS World, vol. 9, #9, p.62.

 

Waters, N. M. (1996) Reflections on the Future of GIS. GIS World, vol. 9, #11, p.70.

 

Waters, N.M. "GIS and Criminal Shadows." GIS World, 8, no. 1(1995): 72.                             

 

Waters, N.M. "Will GIS Last?" GIS World, 8, no. 3(March 1995): 78.                             

 

Waters, N.M. "Who's Afraid of Big Bad Bill?" GIS World, 8, no. 5(May 1995): 82.                             

 

Waters, N.M. "Geodemographics and Stereotypes." GIS World, 8, no. 7(July 1995): 76.                             

 

Waters, N.M. "The Trouble with GIS." GIS World, 8, no. 9(September 1995): 66.                             

 

Waters, N.M. "POGS:  Pads of Geographic Software." GIS World, 8, no. 11(November 1995): 82.                              

 

Waters, N.M. "Reflections on the Annual C.C.A. Conference, Calgary '95." Cartouche,(1995).  

 

Waters, N. M."Maps and GIS: Never Too Young to Learn"; Cartouche; Number 12, Winter 1993; pp. 12-13.

 

Waters, N. M."Cartographic Education, the Internet and Related Technologies"; Cartouche; Number 14, Summer 1994; pp. 8-9.

 

Waters, N. M."Who Should Teach GIS and How Should They Do It?"; Cartouche; Number 15, Fall 1994; pp. 12-13.

 

Waters, N. M."Reflections on GIS/LIS 93"; GIS World, vol. 7(1): p. 64, 1994

 

Waters, N. M."GIS By Demonstration"; GIS World, vol. 7(2): p. 62, 1994

 

Waters, N. M."Statistics: How Much Should a GIS Analyst Know?", GIS World, vol. 7(3): p. 62, 1994

 

Waters, N. M."Automated Geography and GIS: Comments on the Ten Year Progress Report; GIS World, vol. 7(4): p. 64, 1994

 

Waters, N. M."Geographic Calculator Eases Coordinate Transformations";  GIS World, vol. 7(5): p. 64, 1994

 

Waters, N. M."Does GIS Make Us Smart"; GIS World, vol. 7(6): p. 60, 1994

 

Waters, N. M. "Research Underway on GIS, Memory Aides and Intimate Technology", GIS World, vol. 7(8): p. 62, 1994

 

Waters, N. M.  "GIS is a Surveillant Science"; GIS World, vol. 7(10): p. 76, 1994

 

Waters, N. M. "What Are the Ten Most Beautiful Formulae in GIS?" GIS World, vol. 7(11): p. 62, 1994

 

Waters, N. M. "Edge Nodes" Reflects on Five Years of GIS", GIS World, vol. 7(12): p. 64, 1994

 

Waters, N. M. "Do You See What I Hear; Do You Hear What I See?" GIS World, 6(12): 68 (1993)

 

Waters, N. M. "GIS May Enhance Technological Citizenship" GIS World, 6(11): 68 (1993)

 

Waters, N. M. "The GIS Environmental Consultant: Hired Gun or Impartial Scientist?" GIS World, 6(9): 64 (1993)

 

Waters, N. M. "GIS: Paradigms Lost." GIS World, 6(8): 64 (1993)

 

Waters, N. M. "The Price is Wrong: Charging for GIS Data and Software." GIS World, 6(7): 68 (1993)

 

Waters, N. M. "Environmental Discrimination May Merit Study." GIS World, 6(5): 74 (1993)

 

Waters, N. M. "Discovering the Benefits of Benchmarking." GIS World, 6(3): 72 (1993)

 

Waters, N. M. "GIS and the 5,000 Year Bug: Solving Software Reliability Problems." GIS World, 6(2): 64 (1993)

 

Waters, N. M. “Edge Nodes on "Edge Cities": Thoughts on the GIS/LIS '92 Keynote Speech”. GIS World, 6(1): 66 (1993).

 

Waters, N. M. “Peace on Earth: Using GIS for Military Purposes”. GIS World, 5(10): 76 (1992).

 

Waters, N. M. “Are the Rich Getting Richer and the Poor Getting Poorer with GIS?” GIS World, 5(9): 102 (1992).

 

Waters, N. M. “Rejoinder”. GIS World, 5(9): 124-125 (1992).

 

Waters, N. M. “GIS Faces the Problem of Adding Apples and Oranges”. GIS World, 5(8): 76 (1992).

 

Waters, N. M. “Students Say GIS Concepts Kit Misses the Mark”. GIS World, 5(6): 86 (1992).

 

Waters, N. M. “Rejoinder”. GIS World, 5(6): 100 (1992).

 

Waters, N. M. “What GIS Would a Philosopher Buy?” GIS World, 5(5): 84 (1992).

 

Waters, N. M. “Helping the Little Guy Buy a GIS”. GIS World, 5(4): 78 (1992).

 

Waters, N. M. “Statistical Navigators: Doing the Problem Right and Doing the Right Problem”. GIS World, 5(3): 102 (1992).

 

Waters, N. M. “”. GIS World, 5(2):   (1992).

 

Waters, N. M. “GIS and the Sad Case of Statistics Canada”. GIS World, 5(1): 100 (1992).

 

Waters, N. M. "Relational Databases and the Development of GIS." The Operational Geographer, 10(1): 21-25 (1992).

 

Yates, C. G. and Waters, N. M. "The Use of Spatial Decision Support Systems to Locate Inland Grain Terminals." In Waters, N. M. (ed.) "Canadian Transportation Competing in a Global Context." Proceedings of the 27th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Transportation Research Forum, Banff, June 9-12, 1992, pp. 55-65.

 

Waters, N. M. “Knowledge Acquisition, Representation and Verification: Tools for Geographers”. The Operational Geographer, 9(4): 32-36  (1991).

 

Waters, N. M. “Visualization: The Next Revolution in Geography”. The Operational Geographer, 9(2) 26-30 (1991).

 

Waters, N. M. “Accolades for Four of the Best GIS Packages”. GIS World, 4(9) 110 (1991).

 

Waters, N. M. “GIS Technology Reveals ‘Revenge Effect’”. GIS World, 4(8) 94 (1991).

 

Waters, N. M. “Online Information Services - A User’s Perspective”. GIS World, 4(7) 118 (1991).

 

Waters, N. M. “Can GIS Analysts Think?” GIS World, 4(6) 126 (1991).

 

Waters, N. M. “Is GIS a New Academic Discipline?”. GIS World, 4(5) 134 (1991).

 

Waters, N. M. “GIS and the Smart User System Interface”. GIS World, 4(4) 126 (1991).

 

Waters, N. M. “Crossing Over: Why Aren’t There GISs for Both DOS and MOS?” GIS World, 4(3) 126 (1991).

 

Waters, N. M. “Outsourcing GIS: Should Every Company Have One?” GIS World, 4(2) 126 (1991).

 

Waters, N. M. “The GIS Manager: Top Dog or Alley Cat?” GIS World, 4(1) 142 (1991).

 

Waters, N. M. “More on the Research Agenda for SDSS.” In Densham, P. J. and Goodchild, M. F. (eds.), Research Intitiative Six, NCGIA Technical Paper 90-5, Sept. 1990.

 

Waters, N. M. “GIS Theory: Where Do We Begin?” GIS World, 3(6) 126 (1990).

 

Waters, N. M. "A Different Point of View".  GIS World, 3(5), 126 (1990).

 

Waters, N. M. "GIS Lib and Gooeys".  GIS World, 3(4), 126 (1990).

 

Waters, N. M. "Not a single real user....just academics".  GIS World, 3(3), 102 (1990).

 

Waters, N. M. "Deconstructing GIS".  GIS World, 3(2), 94 (1990).

 

Waters, N. M. "Zen and the Art of GIS Maintenance".  GIS World, 3(1), 86 (1990).

 

Waters, N.M. "Viruses: Geographer Beware".  The Operational Geographer, 8(3), 35-37 (1990).

 

Waters, N.M. "Communications, Computer Networks and Information Technologies".  The Operational Geographer, 8(2), 23-26 (1990).

 

Waters, N.M. "Geographic Modelling on Microcomputers: Quo Vadis?" The Operational Geographer, 8(1), 41-44 (1990).

 

Waters, N. M. "Giving Credit Where Credit is Due".  GIS World, 2(6), 78 (1989).

 

Waters, N.M. "Geography, Microcomputers and the Use of Color".  The Operational Geographer, 7(3), 33-38 (1989).

 

Waters, N.M. "What's Next?  A Look Back (and Forward) to the Future of Computing in Geography".  The Operational Geographer, 7(1), 30-34 (1989).

 

Waters, N.M. "Analysis and Forecasting Packages for Microcomputers".  The Operational Geographer, 7(2), 30-33 (1989).

 

Waters, N.M.  “Competitive Intelligence”.  The Operational Geographer, 6(3), 30-33 (1988).

 

Waters, N.M.  “Data Transfer”.  The Operational Geographer, no. 16, 26-28.

 

Waters, N.M.  “Hypercard and Labview”.  The Operational Geographer, 6(1), 26-29 (1988).

 

Avard, D., Waters, N.M. and Parboosingh, J.  “Spatial Variations of Intra-Uterine Growth Retardation in a Canadian City”.  Proceedings of the Third International Symposium in Medical Geography, Kingston, Ontario, 7-12 August, 162-172, 1988.

 

Waters, N.M.  “Public Domain Computing for Geographers.”  The Operational Geographer, #13, 45-59 (1987).

 

Waters, N.M., Marion, K.E.D. and Love, B.  “Settlement Scenarios in the Calgary Planning Region.”  Jackson, E.J. (Ed.), Current Research by Western Canadian Geographers:  The University of Alberta Papers, 1986.  B.C. Geographical Series, #44, Occasional Papers in Geography, pp. 186-187 (1987).

 

Waters, N.M.  "Graphic Boards and Monitors."  The Operational Geographer, no. 12, 28-31 (1987).

 

Waters, N.M.  "Printers for Micros."  The Big Byte, 19(2), 10-15 (1986).  Reprinted from The Operational Geographer.

 

Waters, N.M.  "Printers for Micros."  The Operational Geographer, Number 8, pp. 9-13, 1985. (Reprinted in The Big Byte, 1986).

 

Waters, N.M.  "Macintosh Update."  The Operational Geographer, no. 11, 25-29 (1986).

 

Waters, N.M. and Bellows, E.  "Redistricting of Provincial Electoral Boundaries -- An Example from Edmonton."  In Jackson, E. (ed.).  Current Research by Western Canadian Geographers:  The University of Victoria Papers, 1985, Vancouver:  Tantalus Research Ltd., 1986, p. 194.

 

Waters, N.M.  "Microcomputer Plotters."  The Operational Geographer, no. 9, 11-15 (1986).

 

Waters, N.M.  "The IBM Personal Computer."  The Operational Geographer, Number 7, pp. 6-10,1985.

 

Barr, B.M. and Waters, N.M.  "The Macintosh 128K (and 512K) Microcomputer."  The Operational Geographer, Number 6, pp. 6-10, 1985.

 

Waters, N.M.  "Big Bytes, Micro Bytes, Tid Bytes and Nibbles:  On-Line Information Systems."  The Operational Geographer, Number 5, pp. 6-9, 1984.

 

Waters, N.M. Larson, E.H., and Marion, K.E.D.  "Big Bytes, Micro Bytes, Tid Bytes and Nibbles:  Expert Systems."  The Operational Geographer, Number 4, 1984, pp. 7-9.

 

Waters, N.M.  "Big Bytes, Micro Bytes, Tid Bytes and Nibbles:  Notebook Computers".  The Operational Geographer, Number 3, 1984, pp. 7-8.

 

Waters, N.M.  "Big Bytes, Micro Bytes, Tid Bytes and Nibbles:  A Column on Computer Developments."  The Operational Geographer, Number 2, 1983, pp. 5-6.

 

Waters, N.M.  "The Use of the Personal Computer in Geography".  Annual Meeting of the Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Nanaimo, British Columbia, March 6-7, 1980.  Abstract Published in B.C. Geographical Series, Occasional Papers in Geography #31, 1981, p. 124.

 

Bielawski, E. and Waters, N.M.  "Probability Mapping:  An Application to Spatial Analysis in Archaeology".  Annual Meeting of the Great Plains-Rocky Mountain Division of the Association of American Geographers, Denver, Colorado, October 26-28, 1978.  Abstract published in the Great Plains-Rocky Mountain Geographical Journal, 1979, pp. 111-112.

 

Waters, N.M.  (Editor),  "Programme and Abstracts".  Programme and Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Calgary, Alberta, March 16-18, 1979.

 

Hoffner, R. and Waters, N.M.  "The Location of New Fire Stations in Calgary:  A Continuous Space Solution".  Annual Meeting of the Western Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Calgary, Alberta, March 16-18, 1979.  Abstract published in "Programme and Abstracts", p. 10.

 

Waters, N.M.  "Probability Mapping:  Some Empirical Considerations".  Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Victoria, British Columbia, May 28-31, 1979.  Abstract published in Volume of Abstracts, p. 56.

 

Waters, N.M.  "An analysis of the Response Time of an Urban Emergency Service:  A Case Study of the London, Ontario, Fire Department".  Great Plains-Rocky Mountain Geographical Journal, Vol. 6, 1977, pp. 350-358.  (published Spring 1978).

 

Waters, N.M.  "The Influence of the Railways on Southern Ontario's Urban Growth - An Historical Study from 1850-1920".  Paper presented at the National Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, University of Toronto, May 25-30, 1974.  Abstract published in the Canadian Association of Geographers Programme and Abstracts, 1974, pp. 213-214.

 

Warntz, Wm. and Waters, N.M.  "Pressure Surfaces, Critical Elements, and Network of Representations for Description, Analysis, and Prediction of Structure and Flows".  Paper presented to the Meteorological Conference, Toronto, May 29-31, 1974.  Abstract published in Atmosphere, Vol. 12, 8th Annual Congress Issue, May 1974, pp. 44-45.

 

Workshops:

Waters, N.M.  “Spatial Decision Support Systems and Spatial Interpolation”.  In Goodchild, M.F. (Ed.), Spatial Analysis Using GIS, Workshop presented at GIS/LIS ‘88, San Antonio, Texas, November 29, 1988, 30p.

 

Waters, N. M. Organized the Macintosh Workshop at the National Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers in Halifax, 1988.

 

Waters, N. M. Organized the Macintosh Workshop at the National Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers in Calgary, 1986.

 

 

Consulting Reports:

Waters, N.M.  “Population Modelling and Forecasting:  A Review of Available Computer Programs and Methodologies.”  Report Prepared for the Calgary Regional Planning Commission, Calgary, Alberta, November 1988.

 

Waters, N.M. and Leitch, K.A.  "Regional Settlement Patterns - Program and Documentation."  Report to the Calgary Regional Planning Commission, August 1986.

 

Waters, N.M.  "A Manual for the Population Planning Model."  Consultants Report to Calgary Regional Planning Commission, 1985, 7 pp. and Appendixes.

 

Consulting Contracts Town of Airdrie:  Vol. 28, Number 3, pp. 288-290, 1984.

 

 

Other Book Reviews:

Nigel Waters, Review of “Vehicle Location and Navigation Systems,” by Yilin Zhao. In GIS Europe, July, 1998, pp. 24-25.

 

Waters, N. M. “Elementary Statistics for Geographers by G. M. Barber: A Review”. Canadian Journal of Regional Science, 13(2/3) 382-385 (1991).

 

Waters, N.M.  “Microcomputer Methods for Social Scientists by Philip Schrodt:  A Review”.  Geographical Analysis, 20, 271-271 (1988).

 

Waters, N.M.  "Review:  Computer Assisted Cartography and Geographic Information Processing" by D.H. Douglas and A.R. Boyle (eds.). Cartographica, Vol. 20, Number 4, 1983.

 

Waters, N.M.  Review of Quantitative Geography, ed. by N. Wrigley and R.J. Bennett, published by Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, 1981.  Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, Vol. 7, pp. 601-603, 1982.

 

Waters, N.M.  Review of Mathematics for Physical Geographers by G.M. Sumner, published by Edward Arnold, London, 1978.  Computers and Geosciences, Vol. 5, #3, 1979, p. 397.

 

 

Former Students

Present Membership on Graduate Advisory Committees at George Mason University

 

Richard Groover, Ph.D. Candidate, Environmental Science and Policy

Mirian Tsuchiya, Ph.D. Candidate, Environmental Science and Policy

 

Former Supervision at George Mason University

             

Doctoral (formerly)

Mei, Xi

McClure, Steve

Braun, Chris

Shapiro, Jason

 

Masters (formerly)

Aleksuikate, Dorota
Arshi, Harpeet
Benson, Misty
Davies, Ifeyinwa
Demuth, Jon
Hottle, Karen
Lamannis, Louis
Mauthe, John
McKenna, Hugh
Smalley, Bryan

 

Completed Ph.D. Thesis Supervision

          

Nicholas, Dennis 2015 Ph.D. Rift Valley Fever Environmental Suitability: A Geographically Weighted Discriminant Analysis (with Dr. Paul Delamater)

Attaway, David 2014 Ph.D. A Spatial, Temporal, and Geographic Analysis of the Increasing Incidence of Dengue Fever in Kenya and Africa

Oxendine, Chris 2013 Ph.D. Analysis of Volunteered Geographic Information for Improved Situational Awareness During No-Notice Emergencies

Perry, Nancy 2013 Ph.D. The Influence of Geography on the Lives of African American Residents ofArlington County, Virginia, during Segregation (1900-1970)

Sonwalkar, Mukul, 2012 Ph.D. Extending Geographic Weights of Evidence Models for Use in Location Based Services

 

Completed Masters Thesis Supervision

 

Finnegan, Sean  2012  Census Geography Based Service Areas versus Estimated Drive Time Service Areas for Primary Healthcare

Rieder, Maggie 2011Can Volunteer Geographic Information Data Be Applied to Assist in the Plight of the Bangkok Street Dog and Cat?

Rosenshein, Lauren  2010  The Local Nature of a National Epidemic:  Childhood Overweight and the Accessibility of Healthy Food

Tenenbaum, Howard  2010  High-Priced Mortgages by Local-Banks, Non-Local Banks, and Mortgage Companies in Metropolitan Areas of the U.S.

 

 

Completed Supervision at the University of Calgary

 

Kwon, Dae-Won: 2010 “Development and Application of an Urban Geographic Information System for Traffic Safety”: June, 2010

MacCannell, Tara 2009 Ph.D.   An EPIDEMIOLOGIC INVESTIGATION INTO RISK FACTORS FOR METHCIILLIN-RESISTANT STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS (MRSA) TRANSMISSION AMONG ACUTE CARE PATIENTS IN THE CALGARY HEALTH REGION 2001-2006.  A NOVEL USE OF GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS) TECHNOLOGY. (Co-supervisor with Elizabeth Henderson, Dept. of Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine))

Delparte, Donna: 2007 Ph.D. Use of GIS to Build Avalanche Prediction Models. (Co-supervisor with Bruce Jamieson)

Seel, Kevin:       2004 Ph.D. "Boom and Bust" Cycles in Power Plant Construction: A Simulation Study of  the Temporal and Geographical Aspects of the Alberta Competitive Electrical Industry.

Holden, Wil:     2004 Ph.D. An Environmental Analysis of Gold Mining in Colorado and Peru.

Arthur, Robert:  2002 Ph.D. GIS and Qualitative Analysis of Traffic Speeding.

Alexander, Shelley: 2001 Ph.D.: A Spatial Analysis of Road Fragmentation and Linkage Zones for Multi-Species in the Canadian Rocky Mountains: A Winter Ecology Study.

Bertazzon, Stefania:       98/05/01 Ph.D.: Demand-Supply Dynamics in Tourism Systems: A Spatio-Temporal GIS Analysis of Skiing in Alberta.

Yeboah, Ian:      93/10/2 Ph.D.: Economic Structure and Transformation of Ghanaian Towns (1960-1984): Spatial Equity and Efficiency in the development Process.

Simms, Alvin:   93/02/18 Ph.D. GIS, EDA and Inductive Modelling: A Methodology for the Regional Analysis of the 'East Coast Iceberg Scour Database'.

Chomyn, Sharon: 89/06/15 Ph.D. When the "Boom" goes "Bust": The Contribution of British Columbia Public Policy Toward Resource Community Resilience.

Dutton-Marion, Karen: 88/09/23 Ph.D. Principles of Interpolation Procedures in the Display and Analysis of Spatial Data: A Comparative Analysis of Conceptual and Computer Contouring.

 

 

Completed Masters in Geographic Information Systems (MGIS) Supervision

Gao, Jing                         September 2010

Li, Crystal                       Sept. 16th, 2009

Fu, Shuai (Cissy)            Sept. 17th, 2009

Mawa, Janat      2009

Li, Maggie         2008     Predicting the Pattern of Votes in the 2006 Canadian Federal Election Using Socioeconomic Variables in a Multiple Regression and Geographically Weighted Regression.

Raza, Shahid     2007

Tubbsum, Muhammad   2007

Gurung, Sunita  2007

Patel, Alka         2006

ReMartinez, Carmen      2006 A GIS Broadcast Coverage Prediction Model for Transmitted FM Radio Waves in Peru.

Wiens, Brett      2006 Predicting the Pattern of Votes in the 2000 Canadian Federal Election Using Socioeconomic Variables in a Multiple Regression and Geographically Weighted Regression.

Dyck, Miles       2006 Analyzing Dangerous Goods Truck Routes.

Zhang, Jinlin     2005 Modelling the Housing Market Spatial Dynamic: An Application of Geographically Weighted Regression (GWR) in the City of Calgary.

Sun, Heng          2005 GIS-based Analysis and Prediction of Residential Land Use Changes.

Hansen, Chantal 2005 Spatial Analysis of Spousal Violence in Calgary.

Shukster, Ivan   2004 Analysis of Habitat Uses and Needs of Prairie Wildlife Species.

Moon, Sunghuan 2004 Predicting the Locations of Calgary High Schools in 2033.

Li, Kaidong       2003 Case-based Reasoning, Traffic Safety and GIS.

Tang, Kathy      2003 Public participation GIS and 37th St SW functional study.

Osicki, Aaron    2003 Predicting the past: using GIS for archeological site distribution analysis and prediction modelling within Jasper National Park.

Bow, Jenn          2002 A GIS Based Study of Address and Postal Code Location and Street Network Files and their use in Medical Geography Research.

Ng, Vincent       2002 Recreation Facility Accident/Incident Application of GIS: Safety Management Program Strategy for Village Square leisure Center.

Komierowski, Maria 2002 Sustainable Land Management Practices in the Taber Irrigation District of Southern Alberta.

Kwon, Dae-Won            2002 An Analysis of the Impacts on Travel Behavior during the Transit Strike in Calgary using Discrete Choice Methods.

Lampi, Dana     2002 Aboriginal GIS.

Wright, Josh      2002 The Nunavut Geographic Place Names Management System: An OpenSource MapServer Application.

Hopkins, Nicole 2001 Analysis of Wetlands in Scotty Creek basin, NWT, Using IKONOS and Landsat Imagery.

Iannuzzi, Luigi 2001 Socio-economic application of geographic information systems, calculations and spatial analysis of the Human Development Index for Honduras.

Wong, Howard 2001 Where to Find a Better Place to Live in Canada: A GIS Approach.

 

 

Completed MA/MSc. Thesis Supervision in Geography

 

Ivers, Amanda:  2000 M.Sc., Modelling the Hydrological Impacts of Logging in the Castle River Watershed.

Clayton, Deena: 98/05/11: M.Sc. Developing a Knowledge Base to Incorporate Traditional Knowledge with GIS.

Woods, Teresa: 97/12/12 M.Sc. A GIS Based Statistical Health Risk Model for Calgary Communities.

Alexander, Shelley:  97/07/22 M.Sc. A GIS Decision Support System for Resolving Resource Allocation Conflicts.

Arthur, Robert: 1996: M.Sc. GIS Analysis of Speed Related Traffic Collisions.

LeBlanc, Jean Marc: 1996 M.Sc. Locational Modelling of Fire Stations Using Geographic Information Systems: A Case Study of Calgary, Alberta.

Forsythe, Wayne: 95/03/24; M.Sc. Alpine Snow Modelling Using Geographic Information Systems.

Arnold, Louise: 94/09/06; M.Sc. Teleworking: Geographical, Organisational and Social Implications.

Yates, Colleen: 92/06/17; M.Sc. Optimization of High Throughput Grain Elevator Locations Using Decision Support Systems.

Holland, Alex: 90/11/06; M.Sc. The Impact of Automatic Vehicle Monitoring Systems on Transit Operations.

Simms, Alvin:   August, 1986, M.Sc. Multivariate Analysis of Iceberg Data Collected from the Labrador Shelf from 1973-1980.

Hickson, Judy: August, 1986, M.Sc. The Use of Logo for Learning Map-Reading Concepts at a Grade Three Level.

McHugh, Nigel: August, 1985, M.Sc. Crime in Calgary: A Box-Jenkins Approach.

Larson, Eric:      June, 1985, M.Sc. Spatial and Temporal Trends in Human Mortalityin Newfoundland, 1937-1971.

Marion, Karen: 84/08/14; M.Sc. The Restructuring of an Emergency Medical Service System: A Case Study of the Paramedic S ervice in Calgary, Alberta.

Love, Brian:      84/04/06; M.Sc. The Effect of Road Traffic Noise on Housing Prices in Calgary 1978 to 1982.

Burton, Paul:     82/09/21; M.Sc. Location-allocation models.

McCorry, James: 82/06/15; M.Sc. Aspects of Visual and Sonic Impact from Urban Transportation.

Pearce, Steve:    81/08/31; M.Sc. Quantitative Methodologies to Investigate Public Preference for Landscape Scenes in the Upper Kananaskis Lakes Region, Alberta.

Mackintosh, Sheila:        81/04/30; M.A. Second Home Tourism.

 

 

External to University, Examiner

 

Almas, M. Amjed Siddique 2007  PhD Development of Metropolitan Information System (MIS) Using SRS/GIS Techniques: A Case Study, Lahore . Dept. of Space Science, University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan.

Deevairakkam, John Prabaharan:  2004 PhD Lifeline Network Systems Vulnerability Assessment for Natural Disasters Using Geographic Information Systems. Curtin University, Perth, Australia.

Ngiap-Puoy Koh:  Sept., 1990, M.A. Dept. of Geog., Memorial Univ., Newfoundland

 

 

External to University Committee Member and Thesis Examiner

 

Ankumbure Gunadasa: Fall, 1998, Ph.D., Geography, University of Alberta: Spatial Database Integration, A GIS Approach: A Case Study from Colombo, Sri Lanka.

Jianjun Zhang: Sept. 25th, 1998; Ph.D., Geography, University of Alberta: Spatial Analysis Tools for Hazardous Materials: Transportaion Logistics.

Joseph Oppong: July 14th, 1992, Ph.D., Geography, University of Alberta: Location-Allocation Models for Primary Health Care in Suhum District, Ghana.

 

 

Membership on Ph.D. Exam/Supervisory/Candidacy Committees (U of C)

 

Patel, Alka 2012 Ph.D.   Community Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, University of Calgary

de Silva, Dimantha: 2006-03-13 Ph.D., Candidacy Exam, Civil Engineering

Nanayakkara, Ahagama: 2004-05-10 PhD, Civil Engineering, Candidacy Exam

Correia, Anderson: 2004-12-03, PhD, Civil Engineering: Evaluation of Level of Service at Airport Passenger Terminals: Individual Components and Overall Perspectives.

Apps, Clayton: 04-01-05

John Abraham: 1999/02/03 Ph.D., Candidacy Exam, Civil Engineering

Annette Desmarais: 2000/06/01 Ph.D., Geography

Christoph Gneisser: 2000/06/01 Ph.D., Geography: "Northern Environmental Studies”

Mike Gibeau:    2000/02/05; Ph.D. Resources and the Environment Program: "Grizzly Bear Habitat"

Feick, Jenny:     2000/06/01 Ph.D., Department of Geography

Michael Rouse: 99/12/17; Ph.D., Dept. of Anthropolgy/Faculty of Management

Armando Anaya Hernandez:  99/06/19; Ph.D., Archaeology: Site Interaction and Political Geography in the Upper Usamacinta Region During the Late Classic: A GIS Approach. (GIS, Digital Terrain Models, the Gravity Model, Predictive Modelling and Dempster-Shafer Theory).

Jan Skaloud:      99/12/01; Ph.D., Geomatics Engineering

Jen Theberge:    2000/06/01; Ph.D., Resources and the Environment Program: "Conservation Biology of Female Grizzly Bear Habitat"

Dan Meyer:       99/01/08; Ph.D.; Archaeology: “Masonry and Social Variability in the Chaco System”

Ali Alesheikh:   98/05/1, Ph.D., Geomatics Engineering:"Modeling and Managing Uncertainty in Object-Based Geospatial Information Systems"

Monika Rieger: 1996/10, Ph.D., Geography, A Cognitive Analysis of Map Users’ Understanding of Geographic Information Systems’ Output

Peter Dawson:   Ph.D., Archaeology: Variability in Traditional and Non-Traditional Inuit Architecture, AD 1000 to Present. (Cluster Analysis, Discriminant Analysis, Spatial organization and the Science of Complexity, and Space Syntax).

D. Prescott:        July 1992, Ph.D., Biological Sciences

A. Bath:             PhD; Geography

A. Kumarge:     90/06/15; Ph.D., Civil Engineering

D. Archer:         PhD.; Archaeology

Peter McCartney: PhD 89/10/05; Archaeology: Paleo-Eskimo Subsistence and Settlement in the High Arctic. (Settlement pattern and Site Catchment Analysis).

J. O'Malley:       1987, Ph.D., Biological Sciences

E. Poplin:           Jan. 1986, Ph.D., Archaeology

M. Jeffries:        1985, Ph.D., Geography

H. Babalola:      1984, Ph.D., Civil Engineering

Nadia Ghoneim:             82/06/18; Ph.D., Civil Engineering

Beth Szplett:      81/12/16; Ph.D., Geography

Ian Watt:            81/06/26; Ph.D., Geography

Eric Karlstrom:               80/12/05; Ph.D., Geography

Ellen Bielawski:             80/11/21; Ph.D., Archaeology: Space and Season: A Study of the Spatial Behavior of Prehistoric Arctic Hunters. (Probability Mapping).

Mohammed Shoukri:     80/01/25; Ph.D., Mathematics

Anthony Buchner:          79/10/18; Ph.D., Archaeology

Patrick Cadden:              79/08/28; Ph.D., Geography

Rod Thompson:              77/03/17; Ph.D., Geography

 

 

Membership on Master's Thesis Exam/Supervisory Committees (U of C)

 

Chang, Cheong Hin: 2004/06/05 MSc, Civil Engineering: The Calibration of a Microscopic Simulation Model for an Actuated Signal Control Network.

Furuya, Michael: 2003/09/03 MEng, Civil Engineering -- Transportation

Morgan, Doug: 2000/03/31; M. Eng., Civil Engineering: Development of a Logit Choice Model of Trip generation for the City of Calgary.

Kok, Ekke:        2000/03/30; M. Eng., Civil Engineering

Elizabeth Dickson:         2000/01/05; M.Sc., Geography: Habitat Classification in the Kootenay Mountain Region of British Columbia: A Comparison of Remote Sensing Techniques.

Craig Fleener:   2001/06/30; M.Sc., Resources and the Environment

Lisa Fischer:      2001/06/30; M.Evds., Environmental Science

Emma Farid:     99/09/10; M.A., Archaeology: A Multivariate Spatial Analysis of a Northern Quebec Thule Dwelling. (Cluster Analysis; Supervisor Scott Raymond).

Bruce Chaplin:  99/06/11; M.Sc., Geomatics Engineering: Motion Estimation from Stereo Image Sequences For a Mobile Mapping System.

Kevin Dawson: 98/08/27; M.Ec.,  Economics: Provincial Response to Budgetary Shocks.

Mary Dylke:      98/07/10; M.Ec., Economics: An Empirical Examination of the Determinants of Hunter Choice of Hunter Location in Alberta Using GIS.

Feng Tan:          98/04/54; M.Sc., Geomatics Engineering: Stereo Image Matching and Auto-DEM.

Pam Mierau:      98/11/02; M.E.Des., Environmental Design: A Library Location Model for the Calgary Public Library.

Marie Tremblay: 99/12/31 M.E.Des., Environmental Design

Astrid Vik Stronen: 99/12/31M.E.Des., Environmental Design

Lori Villebrun:  2000/06/30 MA, Resources and the Environment Program: Communication of Indigenous Knowledge.

Ransford Danso : 97/08/08; M.A., Geography: Access to Housing and its Impact on the Adaptation Process: The Case of African Immigrants in Calgary.

O'Sullivan, Sean: 95/09/29; M.Sc.,  Civil Engineering

McDermid, Greg:  93/08/13; M.Sc.,  Geography

Alai, John:         93/05/14; M.Sc.,  Geomatics Engineering

Kenzle, Susan:  93/04/27; M.A.  Archaeology

Squire, Brenda: 93/04/23; M.Sc.,  Geography

Sylvia Sau Mui Lam:     92/08/20; M.Sc.,  Geomatics Engineering

E. Rodger:         Aug. 1, 1990, M.E. Des., Faculty of Environmental Design

I. Smit:              Dec. 12, 1989, M.Sc.,  Geography

B. Sevick:          Sept. 28th, 1989, M. Sc.,  Biological Sciences

Laurie Klesh:    Sept. 22, 1989, M. Sc.,  Surveying Engineering

Susan Nishi:      Jan. 30th, 1989, M.E.Des., Faculty of Environmental Design

Kathy Mak:       Jan. 20th, 1989, M.Sc.,  Geography

I. Robertson:     November, 1988, M.A., Archaeology: Metric Variability in Arctic Small Tool Tradition Spalled Burins: A Preliminary Shape Analysis.

Peter. Slezak:    January 1988, M.A., Geography

Axing Zhu:        Fall, 1987, M.Sc., Geography

F. Schwarz:       Sept. 29th, 1987, M.A., Archaeology

K. Turner:          Spring 1987, M. Ed.,  Education

G. Mulaku:        Spring 1987, M.Sc., Surveying Engineering

Brad Hill:           Spring 1987, M.Sc., Biological Sciences

R. Beck:             Jan. 29th, 1987, M.Ed., Education

V. Sing:             Nov. 6, 1986, M.Sc., Civil Engineering

Steve Hobbs:     Sept. 1986, M.Sc., Geography

Rick Erickson:  1986, M. Sc., Geography

Fionuala Mackin: June 1986, M.Sc. Geography

D. Quilliams:     Jan. 1986, M.Ed., Education

Tom Arnold:     Sept. 1985, M.A., Archaeology: A Comparison of Plano Complexes.

B. Wilmot:         Nov. 14, 1985, M.Sc., Geology

A. Mohammed: Jan. 1985, M.A. Archaeology

Sarah Tyrrell Stewart: 1984 M.A. Archaeology: Lithic Debitage and Cultural Variability: Problems in the Interpretation of Prehistoric Palimpsest.  (Principal Coordinates Analysis).

Moray Lewis:    1983, M.Sc., Biological Sciences

Brian Parsons:   1983, M.Sc., Biological Sciences

Alison Wong:    1983, M.Sc., Civil Engineering

Y. Dattner:         1983, M.A. Education

Mike Bradshaw: August 31, 1982, M.A., Geography

Harriet Allen:                  August 19, 1982, M.Sc., D Geography

Andy Quin:                     August 13, 1982, M.Sc., D Geography

Lee White:                       August 26, 1981, M.Sc., D Geography

Sheila Greaves:               August 14, 1981, M.A., Archaeology

Jane Dove:                      June 2, 1981, M.Sc., Geography

Mary Rothfels:                May 8, 1981, M.Sc., Biological Sciences

Vijaya Jumar:                 September 15, 1980, M.Sc., Civil Engineering

Cheryl Pearce:                August 26, 1980, M.Sc., Geography

John Early:                      August 24, 1980, M.A., Education

Bob Brady:                      August 25, 1980, M.Sc., Geography

Glen MacDonald:           June 13, 1980, M.Sc., Geography

Dave Dawson:                April 24, 1980, M.Sc., Civil Engineering

Francine Hughes:           April 23, 1980, M.Sc., Geography

Grahame Doherty:          April 22, 1980, M.Ed., Education

Brian Ronaghan:            February 7, 1980, M.A. D Archaeology

Jean Kuntz (Andrey):     December 14, 1979, M.Sc., Geography

Laura Finsten:                 October 18, 1979, M.A., Archaeology

Allan Matthews:             August 28, 1979, M.A., Geography

Efstratios Sarisamlis:     August 26, 1979, M.Sc., C.R.E. Programme

Brenton M. Yarnal:        June 27, 1979, M.Sc., Geography

Careen Mackay Yarnal: March 21, 1979, M.A., Geography

Phil Duke:                       May 2, 1978, M.A., Archaeology: The Pelican Lake Phase in the Crowsnest Pass: A Locational Analysis

Adi Ajao:                         June 3, 1977, M,Sc., Geography

Peter Truch:                    January 13, 1977, M.Sc., Geography

Alice McEwan:               March 15, 1976, M.A., Geography

 

 

Research Grants

George Mason University, June 2007 to 2014

 

PI: Nigel Waters

CoPI: Guido Cervone

Project Title: Using Social Networks and Commercial Remote Sensing to Assess Impacts of Natural Events on Transportation Infrastructure

Sponsor: Department of Transportation

Budget: $525,000

Dates: 8/15/2012 - 7/15/2014

Matching In kind funds of $525,000 were received from The Carbon Project and Digital Globe

 

Current Support

GMU Grant # 202115

Award # P116J100048

My Role: Faculty Associate

Principal Investigator: Germana Manca

Project Title: GISESP - Geographic Information Science for Environmental and Spatial Planning

Sponsor: US Department of Education  

Total Award Amount: $415,718                                       Total Award Period: 09/01/2010 – 08/31/2015

Location of Project: George Mason University

Commitment in Person-Months per Year: 0.84 Calendar Months (Year 4)

 

Current Support

GMU Grant # 202116

Award # 1R21DK088368-01

My Role: Co-Principal Investigator

Principal Investigator: Naoru Koizumi

Project Title: Using GIS and Simulation for Analyzing Optimal Geographical Boundaries and Organ Allocation Mechanism for Liver Transplant

Sponsor: National Institutes of Health

Total Award Amount: $397,639                         Total Award Period: 08/01/2010 – 04/30/2012

Location of Project: George Mason University

Commitment in Person-Months per Year: 0.6 Calendar Months

 

 

University of Calgary 1975-2007

Media Impact on the Electoral Process: A GIS Investigation, Social Science and Humanities Research Council, 2006-2009, approximately $30,000, PI Nigel Waters

 

Promoting Sustainable Communities Through Participatory Spatial Decision Support, Funded by the GEOIDE National Centre of Excellence in Collaboration with Robert Feick (PI at the University of Waterloo) and others, 2005-2008; total award approximately $500,000

 

Mapping the Media in the Americas Funding from Open Society Institute, Canadian International Development Agency and others 2004-2007 (total award approximately $1,000,000); a partnership between the University of Calgary, the Carter Center in Atlanta and the Canadian Foundation for the Americas (FOCAL) in Ottawa; my role Technical Director of the Project;

 

The Impacts of Telecommunications on Inter-City Travel Demand; Research Grant; Department of Transportation and Utilities, Province of Alberta (Grant #: 69-5474); $8,000; 1993-1994

 

University Research Grants Committee, Univ. of Calgary, June- Dec., 1993; Amount Awarded $4,700 (Grant #: 69-3863); Purpose: To develop A Geographic Information System and Atlas of the Greenland Ice Sheet

 

Canadian Parks Service, Yoho, 1992-1993, Amount Awarded: $8,000 (Grant #: 69-5184); Purpose: Yoho National Park Avalanche Path Detection Using Remote Sensing and GIS (with Wayne Forsythe)

 

NSERC, 1989-1992, Amount Awarded: $10,000 per year; Co-Investigator (M. B. Giovinetto, Principal Investigator); Purpose: Glacial Facies Zonation, multivariate and Spatial Analyses of Surface Mass Balance, Mean Annual Temperature and Microwave Emissivity in Antarctica and Greenland

 

Provincial Matching Grant, 1989-1990, Amount Awarded:  $22,684; Purpose:  To supplement research on GIS and Iceberg Mapping

 

Imperial Oil Ltd., 1988-89, Amount Awarded:  $8,000; Purpose:  Geographic Information Systems and Iceberg Mapping II

 

Imperial Oil Ltd., 1987-88, Amount Awarded:  $8,000; Purpose:  Geographic Information Systems and Iceberg Mapping

 

Imperial Oil Ltd., 1986-87, Amount Awarded:  $7,000; Purpose:  Iceberg Mapping, Analysis and Classification

 

Alberta Small Business and Tourism, 1984-86; Amount Awarded:  $6,000 (with R. Ponting); Purpose: Further Analysis of the 1983 MSERD database.

 

Ministry of State for Economic and Regional Development (MSERD), 1983; Amount Awarded:  $16,000 (with R. Ponting and S. Peitchinis); Purpose:  A survey of locational decision-making by industrial firms in the Prairie Provinces

 

University of Calgary Conference Grant, 1983, Amount Awarded:  $2,000; Purpose:  To defray costs of the Second Canada-United Kingdom Symposium on Industrial Geography held August, 1983

 

SSHRC Sabbatical Leave Fellowship, 1981-8; Amount Awarded:  $6,815 plus travel allowances

 

Travel Grant to Second International Symposium Location Decisions,Copenhagen Denmark, June 15-19, 1981; Awarding Agency:  SSHRC, Amount Awarded:  $1,401

 

Temporal, spatial, entropy maximizing and regression models of second home distribution in S.E. British Columbia and Southern Alberta, 1979-80; Awarding Agency:  University of Calgary; Project Director and Principal Investigator:  N. Waters; Amount Awarded:  $1,600

 

University of Calgary Conference Grant; Amount Awarded:  $850; Purpose:  to organize the Annual Meeting of the Western Division, Canadian Association of Geographers, March 16-18, 1979

 

An Analysis of the Response Operations of an Urban Fire Department; Awarding Agency:  Canada Council; Project Director and Principal Investigator:  J. Halpern; Associate Principal Investigator:  N. Waters; Amount Awarded:   $25,000; 1977-79

 

Preliminary Investigations for the Analysis of the Response Operations of a Municipal Fire Department.

Awarding Agency:  University of Calgary Project Director and Principal Investigator:  N. Waters; Amount Awarded:  $1,500, 1977-78

 

An Analysis of the Response Operation of a Municipal Fire Department; Awarding Agency:  Canadian Federation of Mayors and Municipalities; Project Director:  Fire Chief Jackson, Calgary Fire Department; Principal Investigator: J. Halpern, Faculty of Business, Univ. of Calgary; Amount Awarded:  $20,000, 1977-79

 

Grant Reports

 

Waters, N.M., Cervone, G., Harrison, J. and Schnebele, E. 2014. Using Social Networks and Commercial Remote Sensing to Assess Impacts of Natural Events on Transportation Infrastructure. Final Report for Contract number: 202717 (RITARS-12-H-GMU, CFDA), US Dept. of Transportation.

 

Research Report; Arnold, L. and Waters, N. 1994. The Impacts of Telecommunications on Inter-City Travel Demand; Prepared for the Government of Alberta, Ministry of Transportation and Utilities, Edmonton, Alberta, 95 pp., March, 1994.

 

Waters, N.M.  1988. Population Modelling and Forecasting:  A Review of Available Computer Programs and Methodologies.  Prepared for the Calgary Regional Planning Commission, October, 1988.

 

Waters, N.M.  1985. A Methodology Employing Location - Allocation Models and Spatial Analysis Techniques to Investigate the Adequacy of the Coverage of the Province's Recreation Facilities.  Prepared for the Recreation Development Division, Alberta Recreation and Parks, Edmonton, Alberta.

 

Waters, N.M.  1979. Computer Mapping and Geographical Information Systems for Fire Department Response Operations - Technical Report #3.  From a Final Report to the Canadian Federation of Municipalities and the Canada Council, Faculty of Management, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, January 1979.

 

Waters, N.M.  1978. Preliminary Investigation for the Analysis of the Response Operations of a Municipal Fire Department.  Final Report to the University Research Grants Committee, The University of Calgary, October 17, 1978.

 

Consulting Contracts

Calgary Regional Planning Commission:  Computer Programs for Population Forecasting, 1988; Amount Awarded:  $3,000

 

Calgary Regional Planning Commission:  Documentation for Population Simulation Program, 1986

Amount Awarded:  $1,700

 

Town of Airdrie:  Analysis of Recreation Questionnaire, 1984; Amount Awarded:  $600

 

Settlement Study for Calgary Regional Planning Commission (with K. Marion,

B. Love, and Stanley Associates Engineering Ltd.), 1983-1985; Amount Awarded:  $40,000

 

 

Honours and Awards

1.                  HONOURS, AWARDS, EDITORSHIPS, DIRECTORSHIPS AND KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

 

2015-06-03       Inaugural Award from the GIScience Study Group of the Canadian Association of Geographers for Lifetime Achievement and GIScience Excellence

2014-11-06        Invited Seminar: West Point, US Military Academy, New York: Using Social Media and Remote Sensing to Ameliorate the Impact of Natural Disasters

2014-11-05        Invited Seminar, Center for Complex Systems and Enterprise, Hoboken, NJ: Some Time-Space Aspects of Dynamic Systems: Part 1: A System Dynamics Simulation Model of the Deregulated Alberta Electrical Market and Part 2: Using Social Media and Remote Sensing to Ameliorate the Impact of Natural Disasters

2014-03-04        Invited Keynote Address, Advanced Application Technologies to Boost Big Data Utilization for Multiple-Field Scientific Discovery and Social Problem Solving: Disaster response using a fusion of volunteered geography, social media, crowd-sourcing, remote sensing imagery and spatial analysis March 4th, 2014

2014-02-07        Invited Keynote Address, Spatial Knowledge and Information Conference, Banff, Canada, Research Thoughts from George Mason University’s, Geographic Information Science, Center of Excellence, February 7th, 2014.

2013-06-04       Invited Keynote Address, First World Webble Summit, Erfurt, Germany, June 3-5, 2013: The Geographic Information Science Body of Knowledge 2.0: Toward a New Federation of GIS Knowledge.

2011-01-01 to 2013-12-31 Editor, Cartographica: The International Journal for Geographic Information and Geovisualization, published by the University of Toronto Press

2010-10-02        Henrietta Harvey Distinguished Lecturer, Memorial University, Newfoundland; September 22nd to October 2nd, 2010: GIS Research: Why is it important to the University and to the Public?

2010-10-15        Keynote Plenary Address at the Annual Meeting of the Ontario Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, October 15th, 2010:  Including Diversity: GIS Methodologies and Paradigms in the Big Tent

2006-02-27        Memes: Some Dangerous Ideas from Geography, Keynote Address to Meme Media Technologies, 21st Centre of Excellence, Program in Information, Electrics and Electronics, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, Feb. 27th, 2006.

2001-06-12        GIS and Ethics -- Keynote Address to the 10th Annual GIS/SIG Conference, Rochester, New York, June 12th, 2001

1992-05-05        GIS For the Next Millennium -- Keynote Address to the Mid-America GIS Symposium, Kansas City, May 5th, 1992.

1985-86  Past President, Western Division, Canadian Association of Geographers

1984-85  President, Western Division, Canadian Association of Geographers

1983-84  Vice President, Western Division, Canadian Assoc. of Geographers

1980-1984 Editor, B.C. Geographical Series

1973-75  Fellowship Transportation Development Agency, Transport Canada

1973  McIntosh Prize, University of Western Ontario for MA Thesis

1973  Spring, Special University Scholarship, University of Western Ontario

1972  Scholar, Downing College, Cambridge University

1972  College Prize, Downing College, Cambridge University

1971  Award Worts Travelling Scholars' Fund, Cambridge University

1971  David Richards Travel Scholarship, Dept. of Geog., Cambridge University

 

 

Photograph of Nigel Waters

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