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Dr Helen King

Assistant Professor

Department: Geography and Environmental Sciences

I am interested in developing appropriate applications of GIS in order to develop research and consultancy projects. This includes developing new methodologies incorporating visibility analysis, cartographic modelling, landscape character assessment, qualitative data (tranquillity, sense of community ownership and property chaining) and new developments in geospatial technologies in answering research objectives.

Helen King

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  • Animal hoarding cases in England: Implications for public health services, Wilkinson, J., Schoultz, M., King, H., Neave, N., Bailey, C. 30 Aug 2022, In: Frontiers in Public Health
  • Mid-Nineteenth-Century Population Movement in the Anglo-Scottish Border Region, Barke, M., King, H., Welsh, D. 2022, In: International Journal of Regional and Local History
  • The heterogeneous nature of second homes: the case of the Alpujarra, Granada Province, Spain, Mowl, G., Barke, M., King, H. 2 Jan 2022, In: Geography
  • Use of geospatial data, analysis and tools in regional and local government: A scoping project by Northumbria University, Ellis, J., Greenhalgh, P., King, H. 19 Aug 2022
  • The New Distribution: Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Large Distribution Warehouse Premises in England and Wales, Greenhalgh, P., King, H., Muldoon-Smith, K., Ellis, J. 23 Sep 2021, In: Urban Planning
  • Twenty-first century response of Petermann Glacier, northwest Greenland to ice shelf loss, Hill, E., Gudmundsson, H., Carr, J., Stokes, C., King, H. 1 Feb 2021, In: Journal of Glaciology
  • Exploring the heterogeneity of second homes and the ‘residual’ category, Mowl, G., Barke, M., King, H. 1 Oct 2020, In: Journal of Rural Studies
  • Using GIS to Explore the Potential of Business Rating Data to Analyse Stock and Value Change for Land Administration: A Case Study of York, Greenhalgh, P., King, H., Muldoon-Smith, K., Adebayo, A., Ellis, J. 12 May 2020, In: ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information
  • Promoting student satisfaction and engagement through effective student – personal tutor partnerships, Mellor, T., Adamson, J., Fu, R., King, H., Manns, H. 29 Aug 2018, RGS-IBG Annual International Conference 2018
  • Quantification and implications of change in organic carbon bearing coastal dune cliffs: A multiscale analysis from the Northumberland coast, UK, Lim, M., Dunning, S., Burke, M., King, H., King, N. 15 Jun 2015, In: Remote Sensing of Environment

Adam Jenson The use of data visualisation in English local authorities Start Date: 05/07/2019 End Date: 26/07/2019

Geography PhD September 01 1994


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