This image shows the infrared light from the eye-tracker that is being bounced off my eyes to detect where I am looking.
Geographic Information Science:
I am also interested in several other aspects of perception and cognition with maps and am in the process of planning research projects in these areas.
Other current projects include:
2) Working with colleagues from CSIRO and the Community Fire Authority and a PhD student to develop a socio-ecological measure of bushfire vulnerability.
|If you are a potential postgraduate student who is interested in working in these areas, please feel free to email me at: a.griffin at adfa.edu.au.||
1. Griffin, A. L. and S. Bell. (2009). "Applications of signal detection theory in geographic information science." Cartographica, in press.
2. Bhowmick, T., Griffin, A. L., MacEachren, A. M., Kluhsmann, B and E. Lengerich. (2008). “Informing Geospatial Toolset Design: Understanding the Process of Cancer Data Exploration and Analysis”, Health & Place, 14: 576-607.
3. Banos, A. and A. L. Griffin. (2007). “A methodology for exploring urban neighbourhood shapes and sizes.” Proceedings of the 15 th European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography, Montreux, Switzerland, September 7-11.
4. Griffin, A.L., MacEachren, A.M., Hardisty, F., Steiner, E. and B. Li. (2006). “A comparison of animated maps with static small-multiple maps for visually identifying space-time clusters.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 96(4): 740-53.