Adjunct Professor of Mathematical
Geography and Population-Environment Dynamics
The University of Michigan, School of Natural Resources and Environment
case of the fractal underscores the importance of the medium of
communication in scientific research. The internet, coupled with
the recent 2006 versions of
Google Earth®, offers exciting new ways to visualize
Again, as with
fractals, there is the "wow" factor. Again, the images pique the
interest of academics as well as others. The challenge is to
discover how this new style of communication about the geometry of
Earth might guide research. It is to this challenge that the
articles in this Special Issue offer a small set of early responses.
2006: 3D Atlas of Ann Arbor: 2nd Edition,. Ann Arbor: Institute of Mathematical Geography.
2006: (with input from numerous others noted throughout) 3D Atlas of Ann Arbor: 1st Edition, Ann Arbor: Institute of Mathematical Geography.
2006: (with W. C. Arlinghaus) Spatial Synthesis: Centrality and Hierarchy, Volume I, Book 1. Ann Arbor: Institute of Mathematical Geography.
"Spatial Synthesis Sampler" is an included 2003 article that was a 2003 Pirelli INTERNETional Semi-Finalist.
2002: (with W. C. Arlinghaus and F. Harary) Graph Theory and Geography: An Interactive View E-Book, John Wiley & Sons, NY (Wiley's first E-Book publication). Pirelli INTERNETional Award Finalist, 2002
1990-present: Solstice: An Electronic Journal o f Geography and Mathematics, Ann Arbor: Institute of Mathematical Geography. Pirelli INTERNETional Award Semi-Finalist, 2001. Written about in Science (AAAS) and Science News as one of the world's first on-line, peer-reviewed, journals.
1989: (with W. C. Arlinghaus) "The fractal theory of central place hierarchies: a Diophantine analysis of fractal generators for arbitrary Loschian numbers," Geographical Analysis: an International Journal of Theoretical Geography. Ohio State University Press. Vol. 21, No. 2; pp. 103-121.
1985: "Fractals take a central place," Geografiska Annaler, 67B, pp. 83-88. Journal of the Stockholm School of Economics.
2006: Rank clocks, Nature, Vol. 444, 30 November, 2006, doi:10.1038. Link to reprint.
2006: Virtual London, in Heywood, I., Cornelius, S., and Carver, S. An Introduction to Geographical Information Systems, Pearson Educational, Harlow, UK, pp. 269-271.
2005: Cities and Complexity: Understanding Cities Through Cellular Automata, Agent-Based Models, and Fractals, The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, xxiii + 565 pp.
2005: (with Hudson-Smith, A., and Evans, S.) Building the virtual city: public participation through e-democracy, Knowledge Technology and Policy, 18, 62-85.
1997: Virtual geography, Futures 29, 337-352
1991: Cities as fractals: simulating growth and form, in T. Crilly, R. A. Earnshaw, and H. Jones (Editors). Fractals and Chaos. Springer Verlag, New York, 41-69.
1985: Fractals: geometry between dimensions, New Scientist, 105, 1450, 31-35.
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