Below are maps and projects that I have undertaken. Click on a project to learn more, or filter by project type.
Below are academic projects that I have undertaken.
Gaining Insights into Public Transport Satisfaction Using Crowdsourced Information
Masters in Geographic Information Science Research Thesis – 2016/2017
A masters thesis completed in April 2017 that investigated how crowdsourcing could be used to collect location enabled passenger satisfaction feedback from people using bus services in Christchurch, New Zealand. A summary of this research is expected to be published in the near future, the full thesis can be viewed here.
Assessing Wilding Spread in the Canterbury High Country using GIS
Summer Research Project – 2014/2015
To evaluate the usefulness of existing GIS datasets and imagery in assessing wilding pine extent and spread risk in a GIS based upon a Decision Support System (DSS). Supervised by Mark Bloomberg (Lincoln University) and Justin Morgenroth (UC).
Group Research Project – 2014
Part of a group research project undertaken for GEOG 309, in collaboration with the St Albans Residential Association. The research aimed to identify the perceived geographical boundaries of St Albans by residents, and develop an understanding of how the residents create their sense of place.
Coursework Assignment – 2012
A portfolio created for the purposes of demonstrating basic GIS and cartographic skill during the GEOG 205 (Introduction to Geographic Information Systems) course.