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 AAG Symposium on Space-Time Integration in Geography and GIScience

A Symposium within the AAG Annual Meeting

Wednesday-Friday, April 13-15, 2011
Seattle, WA

Wednesday Sessions
Thursday Sessions
Friday Sessions

 Wednesday, 8:00am-9:40am 

2179.      Space-Time Integration in Geography and GIScience: Opening Plenary (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Grand Ballroom A - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Plenary Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Douglas Richardson, Association of American Geographers
CHAIR(S): Douglas Richardson, Association of American Geographers
8:00 Douglas Richardson, Association of American Geographers
8:15 Tomoki Nakaya, Geography Department, Ritsumeikan University
8:30 Mei-Po Kwan, Ohio State University
8:45 Peter Bol, Harvard University
9:00 Chai Yanwei, College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University
9:15 Michael Goodchild, University of California, Santa Barbara

Wednesday, 10:00am-11:40am 

2276.      Time Geography: Recent Progress and Future Prospects (I) (Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Space-Time Symposium, Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group, Transportation Geography Specialty Group)
Room:     Aspen Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Shih-Lung Shaw, University of Tennessee; Hongbo Yu, Oklahoma State University
CHAIR(S): Shih-Lung Shaw, University of Tennessee
10:00  Thomas Thevenin*, University of Burgundy - THEMA / CNRS, 40 years of Time Geography: From the conceptual Framework to the GI Science contributions.
10:20  Bradley W. Lane*, University of Texas at El Paso, An application of time geography and activity-travel behavior research to public transportation.
10:40  Ying Song*, University of Utah; Harvey J Miller, University of Utah, The Expected Cost of Space-Time Prisms.
11:00  Tijs Neutens*, Ghent University; Matthias Delafontaine, Ghent University; Tim Schwanen, University of Oxford; Nico Van de Weghe, Ghent University, Temporal variation in individual accessibility.
11:20  Hongbo Yu*, Oklahoma State University; Shih-Lung Shaw, University of Tennessee, A Study of Similarity Measures for Space-Time Paths.
 
2277.       Spatiotemporal Data Infrastructure (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Cedar Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Ling Bian, SUNY- Buffalo
10:00  Yanfen Le*, Northwest Missouri State University, Challenges in Data Integration for Spatiotemporal Analysis.
10:20  VM Megler*, Portland State University; David Maier, PhD, Portland State University, Data Near Here: Ranked Geospatial-Temporal Search of Scientific Data.
10:40  Jitendra Sharma*, Gainesville State College, Geospatial Technology and the Experiential Learning of Mechanics.
11:00  Budhendra Bhaduri*, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Computational Approaches for Spatio-temporal Data Driven Modeling and Visualization.
11:20  Ling Bian*, SUNY- Buffalo; Shixiong Hu, Department of Geography, East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania, Spatio-temporal relationship meta-information for interoperable environmental models.
 
2286.       Integrating Space and Time in Social Research: Conceptual and Methodological Issues (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Willow A - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Mei-Po Kwan, Ohio State University
CHAIR(S): John Casterline, Ohio State University
10:00  John Casterline*, Ohio State University, Strategies for Measuring Activity Space in Social Surveys.
10:20  Christopher Browning*, Ohio State University, The Spatial and Social Embeddedness of Youth Activities.
10:40  Catherine Calder*, The Ohio State University; William Darnieder, The Ohio State University; Christopher Browning, The Ohio State University; Lauren Krivo, Rutgers University; Mei-Po Kwan, The Ohio State University; Ruth Peterson, The Ohio State University, Estimation of Individual Activity Spaces from Incomplete Activity Pattern Data.
11:00  John Rainey*, The Ohio State University; Mei Po Kwan, The Ohio State University, A New Conceptualization of Racial Segregation Using a Time-Geographic Approach and Geo-narrative Analysis.
Discussant(s): Bethany Deeds, National Institute on Drug Abuse
 
2287.       Major Placename Research Projects (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium, Harvard University Center for Geographic Analysis, Association of American Geographers)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Peter Bol, Harvard University
CHAIR(S): Peter Bol, Harvard University
10:00  Songdi Wu*, Fudan University; Zhimin MAN*, Fudan University; Tao SUN*, Fudan University, Towards a Database of Chinese Historical Place-Names.
10:20  Sean Gillies*, New York University; Tom Elliot, New York University, Pleiades: the un-GIS for ancient geography.
10:40  David Parsons*, University of Wales, Place-Names Research in Britain.
11:00  Jon Campbell*, United States Geological Survey, Introduction to the Board on Geographic Names.
11:20  Marc Wick*, GeoNames, GeoNames.

Wednesday, 12:40pm-2:20pm 

2476.       Time Geography: Recent Progress and Future Prospects (II) (Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Space-Time Symposium, Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group, Transportation Geography Specialty Group)
Room:     Aspen Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Shih-Lung Shaw, University of Tennessee; Hongbo Yu, Oklahoma State University
CHAIR(S): Hongbo Yu, Oklahoma State University
12:40  Tetsuo Kobayashi*, Department of Geography, University of Utah; Andrei Ostanin, School of Computing, University of Utah; Harvey J Miller, Department of Geography, University of Utah, Exploratory visual pattern detection of mobile object data in attribute-time space.
1:00  Hejun Kang*, University of Idaho, Social and physical environments of joint participation reported among adults in the American time use survey.
1:20  Matthias Delafontaine*, Ghent University; Tijs Neutens, Dr., Ghent University; Nico Van de Weghe, Prof. Dr., Ghent University, Analysing trajectories through rough and obstacle-constrained space-time prisms.
1:40  Hoe Kyoung Kim*, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Shin-Chieh Kao, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Cheng Liu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Xiaohui Cui, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Budhendra L. Bhaduri, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Reconstruction of Spatial Distribution of Travelers for Activity-Based Traffic Demand Model Using LandScan USA Data Set.
2:00  Ling Yin*, The University of Tennessee; Shih-Lung Shaw, The University of Tennessee, A GIS-based time-geographic approach for exploring relationships between ICT and social networks.
 
2477.       The Role of Advanced Computational Tools in Visualizing Spatiotemporal Complexity (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Cedar Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Donna J. Peuquet, Pennsylvania State University
12:40  Charles R. Schmidt, M.S*, GeoDa Center for Geospatial Analysis and Computation, A Web-based Prototype for Exploring Space-Time Data.
1:00  Ming-Hsiang Tsou*, San Diego State University; Li An, San Diego State University, Visualizing and Analyzing the Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Global Diffusion of Ideas in Cyberspace.
1:20  Dylan Keon*, Oregon State University; Dawn J. Wright, Oregon State University, User Interactivity in Time-Series Tsunami Simulation Modeling and Web-Based Visualization.
1:40  Hyowon Ban*, California State University, Long Beach; Ola Ahlqvist, The Ohio State University, Geographical Counterpoint: Understanding Choreographic Information Using Spatio-Temporal Analysis and Geovisualization.
2:00  Donna J. Peuquet*, The Pennsylvania State University, STempo: An Integrated Statistical and Visual Analysis Environment for Finding Pattern in Complex Space-Time Data.
 
2486.       Integrating Space and Time Through Information and Geospatial Technologies (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Willow A - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Mei-Po Kwan, Ohio State University
CHAIR(S): Talia McCray, University of Texas at Austin
12:40  Talia McCray*, University of Texas at Austin, Linking college students' perceptions of safety to an environmental analysis of safety at bus stops.
1:00  Xiang Chen*, The Ohio State University; Mei-Po Kwan, The Ohio State University, The Formation of Choice Set for Multiple Flexible Activities Under Space-Time Constraints.
1:20  Johnathan Rush*, The Ohio State University; Mei-Po Kwan, PhD, The Ohio State University, Using Volunteered Geographic Information to Study Population Dynamics.
1:40  Ate Poorthuis*, University of Amsterdam; Karin Pfeffer, University of Amsterdam, Studying the Dynamics of Place through Flickr Photographs.
2:00  Loren Kenda*, The Ohio State University; Mei-Po Kwan, Ph.D., The Ohio State University, The Association between Tobacco Marketing Strategies, Activity-Travel Behavior, Sociogeographic Context and Smokeless Tobacco Usage in the Appalachian Region of Ohio.
 
2487.       Ontologies of Place; Names and Language (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium, Harvard University Center for Geographic Analysis, Association of American Geographers)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Panel Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Peter Bol, Harvard University
CHAIR(S): Peter Bol, Harvard University
12:40 Humphrey Southall, University of Portsmouth
1:00 Ruth Mostern, University of California - Merced
1:20 Merrick Berman, China Historical GIS, Harvard University

Wednesday, 2:40pm-4:20pm 

2576.       Time Geography: Recent Progress and Future Prospects (III) (Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Space-Time Symposium, Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group, Transportation Geography Specialty Group)
Room:     Aspen Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Shih-Lung Shaw, University of Tennessee; Hongbo Yu, Oklahoma State University
CHAIR(S): Ling Yin, The University of Tennessee
2:40  Jie Chen*, State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environmental Information System, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 100101, China; Shih-Lung Shaw, Department of Geography, University of Tennessee, 304 Burchfiel Geography Building, Knoxville, TN 37996-0925, USA; Feng Lu, State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environmental Information System, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 100101, China; Hongbo Yu, Department of Geography, Oklahoma State University, 220 Scott Hall, Stillwater, OK 74078-4073, USA; Yanwei Chai, Department of Urban and Economic Geography, Peking University, 5 Yiheyuan Road, Haidian District, Beijing, 100871, China; Qinglei Jia, State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environmental Information System, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, 100101, China, Exploring human activity patterns in Beijing, China based on a space-time GIS approach.
3:00  Tianfang Bernie Fang*, Texas State University-San Marcos, Individual-based Air Pollution Exposure Measure: A Time Geography Approach.
3:20  Hongmian Gong, Ph.D.*, Hunter College of the City University of New York; Cynthia Chen, Ph.D., University of Washington, Combining GPS/GIS/Internet/mobile technologies to Understand People's Travel.
3:40  Xiujun Ma*, Peking University; Amory Huang, Peking University; Yanwei Chai, Peking University; Donggen Wang, Hong Kong Baptist University, A Spatio-temporal Data Warehousing Model for Time Geographical Analysis.
4:00  Ying Zhao*, Peking University; Yanwei Chai, Peking University, Residents' Behavior Patterns in Suburban Neighborhoods in China: Based on GPS Tracking Data.
 
2577.       Tools for Spatiotemporal Analysis (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Cedar Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Mark Janikas
2:40  Frank Hardisty*, Pennsylvania State University; Jimmy Kroon, Pennsylvania State University, Cloud-Enabled Space-Time Clustering.
3:00  Eun-Kyeong Kim*, Kyung Hee University; Chulsue Hwang, Kyung Hee University, A Sequence Clustering for Spatio-temporal Data Analysis based on Self-Organizing Maps.
3:20  Edzer Pebesma*, institute for geoinformatics; Roger S Bivand, Economic Geography Section, Department of Economics, Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration, Bergen, Norway, Analyzing spatio-temporal data in R.
3:40  Steve Kopp*, ESRI; Hardeep Bajwa, ESRI; David Kaiser, ESRI, Challenges and Solutions in Spatiotemporal Software Development.
4:00  Mark Vincent Janikas, Ph.D.*, Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI); Juan Carlos Duque, Ph.D., Research in Spatial Economics (RISE-group); Lauren Scott, Ph.D., Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI); Lauren Rosenshein, Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI), Space-Time Partitioning in ArcGIS 10.1.
 
2587.       Gazetteer Elements; Temporal Frameworks (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium, Harvard University Center for Geographic Analysis, Association of American Geographers)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Panel Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Peter Bol, Harvard University
CHAIR(S): Peter Bol, Harvard University
2:40 Humphrey Southall, University of Portsmouth
3:00 Ruth Mostern, University of California - Merced
3:20 Merrick Berman, China Historical GIS, Harvard University

Wednesday, 4:40pm-6:20pm

2676.       Applications of Spatial-temporal Analysis in GIScience (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium, Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers, IGU Commission of Modeling Geographical Systems)
Room:     Aspen Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Daniel A. Griffith, University of Texas - Dallas; Robert Haining, University of Cambridge
CHAIR(S): Robert Haining, University of Cambridge
4:40  Daniel A. Griffith*, University of Texas - Dallas, A binomial space-time spatial filter model description of the Puerto Rican urbanization process, 1899-2000.
5:00  Robert Haining*, University of Cambridge; Guangquan Li, Imperial College, London; Sylvia Richardson, Imperial College, London; Nicky Best, Imperial College, London, Bayesian modeling and the evaluation of a crime reduction strategy.
5:20  Jane Law*, University of Waterloo; Ping W Chan, Understanding the distribution of crime: does it matter when and where they occur?.
5:40  Yongwan Chun*, The University of Texas at Dallas, Analyzing Space-Time Crime Incidents Using Eigenvector Spatial Filtering: An Application of a Citywide Property Crime.
6:00  Paul Plummer*, University of Calgary; Matthew Tonts, University of Western Australia, Labor Force Dynamics in a Resource Dependent Economy: Wage Flexibility and Unemployment in Western Australia, 1984-2010.
 
2677.       Analysis & Modeling of Moving Objects (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Cedar Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Shih-Lung Shaw, University of Tennessee
4:40  Joni Downs*, University of South Florida, Variable-velocity time-geographic density estimation for moving point objects.
5:00  Seyed Hossein Chavoshi*, CartoGIS Cluster- Department of Geography, Faculty of Science, Ghent University, Krijgslaan 281, 9000 Ghent, Belgium; Matthias Delafontaine, CartoGIS Cluster- Department of Geography, Faculty of Science, Ghent University, Krijgslaan 281, 9000 Ghent, Belgium; Bernard De Baets, Research Unit Knowledge-Based Systems, Faculty of Bioscience Engineering, Ghent University, Coupure links 653, 9000 Ghent, Belgium; Guy De Tré, Computer Science Laboratory - Department of Telecommunications and Information Processing, Faculty of Engineering, Ghent University, Sint-Pietersnieuwstraat 41 B, 9000 Gent, Belgium; Nico Van de Weghe, CartoGIS Cluster- Department of Geography, Faculty of Science, Ghent University, Krijgslaan 281, 9000 Ghent, Belgium, Knowledge Representation of Movement from a Qualitative Perspective.
5:20  James Haworth*, University College London; Tao Cheng, University College London, Spatio-temporal Autocorrelations of Networks and Their Implications for Space-Time Modelling.
5:40  Linda Marie Mcneil, MSGISPA*, Analytical Graphics, Inc; Vince Coppola, PhD, Analytical Graphics, Inc., Spatial Temporal Analytics.
6:00  Shih-Lung Shaw, Dr.*, University of Tennessee; Hongbo Yu, Dr., Oklahoma State University, Time Geography and Space-Time Integration.

Thursday, 8:00am-9:40pm

3176.       SPACE-TIME PATTERNS OF SEDIMENT TRANSPORT FROM HIGH-RESOLUTION DATA ANALYSIS (Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Space-Time Symposium, Geomorphology Specialty Group)
Room:     Aspen Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Thad Wasklewicz, East Carolina University; Dennis Staley, U.S. Geological Survey
CHAIR(S): Thad Wasklewicz, East Carolina University
8:00  Thad Wasklewicz, Ph.D.*, East Carolina University, Conceptualizing Patterns of Sediment Transport from High-Resolution Spatial and Coarse Resolution Temporal Data Analysis.
8:20  Dennis Staley*, U.S. Geological Survey; Thad A. Wasklewicz, East Carolina University, Observations of Sediment Transport in a Recently Burned Watershed Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning.
8:40  Thaddeus Wester*, East Carolina University; Thad A Wasklewicz, Phd, East Carolina University; Dennis M Staley, Phd, U.S. Geological Survey; Jason W Kean, U.S. Geological Survey, OBSERVATIONS OF UNSEALED ROAD IMPACTS ON A RECENTLY BURNED DRAINAGE BASIN.
9:00  Cal Scheinert*, East Carolina University Student; Thad Wasklewicz, Ph.D., East Carolina University; Dennis M Staley, Ph.D., USGS Landslide Hazards Program, The Complex Response of an Alluvial Fan from a Debris Flow in Chalk Cliffs Central Colorado, USA.
9:20  Kathryn Reavis*, East Carolina University; Thad A Wasklewicz, Ph.D., East Carolina University Department of Geography; Dennis M Staley, Ph.D., Landslide Hazards Program, US Geological Survey, Golden, CO, United States, Monitoring two seasons of debris flow induced channel morphodynamics, Chalk Cliffs, CO.
 
3177.       Spatiotemporal Properties of Transportation Systems (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Cedar Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Kazumasa Hanaoka
8:00  Xiaobai Yao, Dr.*, University Of Georgia, Study the impact of urban morphology on traffic.
8:20  Martin Swobodzinski*, San Diego State University, Revealed and Stated Preferences of Participants in Online Public-Participation Transportation Planning.
8:40  Kazumasa Hanaoka*, Department of Geography, Ritsumeikan University; Tomoki Nakaya, Department of Geography, Ritsumeikan University; Keiji Yano, Department of Geography, Ritsumeikan University; Takashi Kirimura, Department of Geography, Ritsumeikan University, Microsimulating Spatio-temporal Commuting Behavior of University Students in Kyoto City, Japan.
 
3178.       Space-time Language (Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Douglas Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Kathleen Stewart Hornsby, University of Iowa
CHAIR(S): Kathleen Stewart Hornsby, University of Iowa
8:00  Alexander Klippel*, The Pennsylvania State University; Anthony Robinson, The Pennsylvania State University; Frank Hardisty, The Pennsylvania State University, Explorations in Geographic Event Language.
8:20  Wei Wang*, The University of Iowa; Kathleen Stewart Hornsby, PhD, The University of Iowa, Detecting Spatiotemporal Semantic Information in Web Documents.
8:40  Curdin Derungs*, University of Zürich; Ross Purves, University of Zürich; Bettina Waldvogel, Swiss Federal Research Institute WSL, Disambiguation of fine granularity toponyms using morphometric information.
9:00  Gaurav Sinha*, Ohio University; Eric Lovell, Ohio University, Representing Maasai Pastoralism in Space-Time to Explore Climate Change Adaptation Strategies.
Discussant(s): David M. Mark, University at Buffalo
 
3186.       Critical space-time geographies I (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Willow A - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Tim Schwanen, University of Oxford; Mei-Po Kwan, Ohio State University
CHAIR(S): Tim Schwanen, University of Oxford
8:00  Gill Valentine*, University of Leeds, Lived Difference: the transmission of positive and negative attitudes towards 'others'.
8:20  Irina Van Aalst*, Utrecht University; Tim Schwanen; Jelle Brands; Tjerk Timan, Rhythms of the night: spatiotemporal differentiations in nightscape visitors.
8:40  Sophia R Bowlby*, University of Reading, The time-space organization of care.
9:00  Ben Rogaly*, University of Sussex; Susan Thieme, University of Zurich, Experiencing space-time: the stretched lifeworlds of migrant workers in India.
Discussant(s): Mike A. Crang, UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM
 
3187.       Topics in Gazetteer Construction (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium, Harvard University Center for Geographic Analysis, Association of American Geographers)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Humphrey Southall, University of Portsmouth
CHAIR(S): Ruth Mostern, University of California - Merced
8:00  Krzysztof Janowicz*, The Pennsylvania State University, Understanding Geographic Feature Types.
8:20  Karl Grossner*, University of California, Santa Barbara, Modeling Events and Processes in Historical GIS.
8:40  Humphrey Southall*, University of Portsmouth, Modelling European administrative hierarchies and geographies.
Discussant(s): Glen Hart, Ordnance Survey

Thursday, 10am-11:40am

3276.       Advances in Spatial & Temporal Analysis: Examples from Different Landscapes (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Aspen Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Mark Alan Fonstad, Texas State University, San Marcos
10:00  Jeffery A. Thompson*, University of New South Wales @ ADFA; David Paull, University of New South Wales @ ADFA, Exploring the spatial and temporal dynamics of snow cover and landscape phenology within the Australian Alps using remote sensing and GIS.
10:20  Ted C. Eckmann*, Bowling Green State University, Visualizing Human-Environment Interactions Using Animations Created From MODIS Data.
10:40  Mbongowo J Mbuh, Student*, Missouri State University; Robert T Pavlowsky, Professor, Missouri State University; Matthew Baddock, Phd, 2Wind Erosion & Water Conservation Research Unit, USDA-ARS, Lubbock; Jeffrey A Lee, Professor, Texas Tech university; Thomas Gill, Professor, University of Texas-El Paso, Soil influence and geomorphology of dust sources on the Southern High Plains using MODIS imagery from 2001 to 2009.
11:00  Mark Alan Fonstad*, Texas State University, San Marcos, Space, Time, and the Riverscape.
 
3277.       Human Mobility Tracking & Activity Spaces (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Cedar Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Yongmei Lu, Texas State University - San Marcos
10:00  Hugh Millward, PhD*, Saint Mary's University, Walking for Active Transport: Destinations, Durations, and Distances from the Halifax STAR Survey..
10:20  Yihong Yuan*, Department of Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara; Martin Raubal, Department of Geography, University of California, Santa Barbara; Yu Liu, Institute of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems, Peking University, Exploring the Correlation between Human Mobility and Cell Phone Usage.
10:40  Julia McQuoid, MSc*, Utrecht University; Martin Dijst, Prof. dr., Utrecht University, 'Walking in My Shoes': An Embodied, Situational Spatio-Temporal Perspective on Daily Life for Low-income Single Mothers in San Francisco, California.
11:00  Mathias Versichele, MSc.*, Universiteit Gent; Tijs Neutens, Dr., Universiteit Gent; Matthias Delafontaine, MSc., Universiteit Gent; Nico Van de Weghe, Prof. dr., Universiteit Gent, Bluetooth tracking for analyzing spatio-temporal dynamics of crowds.
11:20  Yongmei Lu*, Texas State University - San Marcos, Detecting Travel Patterns and Deviation from Routine.
 
3278.       Challenges in Spatiotemporal Research (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Douglas Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Helen Couclelis, University of California
10:00  Katharine E. Currier*, University of California, Santa Barbara, Auditory representation in geographic and spatial applications.
10:20  Aniruddha Banerjee, PhD*, Prevention Research Center, Towards an improved Formalism in GIScience II: A new topological measure for Spatial Analysis.
10:40  Yee Leung*, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, A Multi-scale Approach to Space-Time Integration.
11:00  Steven M. Manson*, University Of Minnesota; David O'Sullivan, School of Environment, The University of Auckland, Do Physicists Have "Geography Envy"?.
11:20  Helen Couclelis*, University of California, Santa Barbara, If Time is an Illusion....
 
3286.       Critical space-time geographies II (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Willow A - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Tim Schwanen, University of Oxford; Mei-Po Kwan, Ohio State University
CHAIR(S): Mei-Po Kwan, Ohio State University
10:00  Tarek Virani, PhD Candidate, KCL Culture, Media and Creative Industries Research; Antonios Vradis*, PhD Candidate, LSE Geography, Urban Places, Urban Rhythms, Urban Revolts: An investigation into the place-based dynamics of the 2008 revolt in Greece..
10:20  Rina Ghose*, University Of Wisconsin Milwaukee, Spatio-temporal dimensions in Public Participation GIS in the inner-city revitalization context.
10:40  Annette M. Kim, Ph.D.*, MIT, Mapping unmapped property: Advocating a spatially and temporally flexible planning paradigm with application to sidewalks in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.
11:00  Stephen Burgess, Dr*, Cardiff University, Qualitative GIS: defending a mixed-method approach to spatiotemporal analysis.
Discussant(s): Matthew W. Wilson, Ball State University
 
3287.       Using Historical and Cultural Gazetteers (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium, Harvard University Center for Geographic Analysis, Association of American Geographers)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Humphrey Southall, University of Portsmouth
CHAIR(S): Humphrey Southall, University of Portsmouth
10:00  Julie Sweetkind-Singer*, Stanford University, Next-generation library catalogs and the integration of gazetteer information for geographical research.
10:20  David Germano*, University of Virginia, The Role of Community-Driven Ontologies in Expanding Structured Data in Gazetteers.
10:40  Michael Fournier*, U.S. Bureau Of the Census, US Federal Government Gazetteers and Their Potential Utility in Constructing a Temporal GIS.
Discussant(s): Linda Hill, University of California, Santa Barbara

Thursday, 12:40pm-2:20pm

3476.       Land Use / Land Cover Change I (Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Space-Time Symposium, Human Dimensions of Global Change Specialty Group, Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group)
Room:     Aspen Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Yujia Zhang, Clark University; Jitka Vinduskova
CHAIR(S): Robert Gilmore Pontius, Clark University
12:40  Desserae Shepston*, Texas State University-San Marcos, The Influence of Tenure and Forest Management Policies in Forest Cover Change in the Coastal Range Forests of the Pacific Northwest, USA, and British Columbia, Canada, 1984-2009.
1:00  Kimberly M Carlson*, Yale University; Lisa M Curran, PhD, Stanford Univeristy, Effects of oil palm plantation expansion on land cover in Kalimantan, Indonesia: Historical change and future scenarios.
1:20  Robert Gilmore Pontius*, Clark University; Benoit Parmentier, Clark University, Interpretation of the Relative Operating Characteristic (ROC) to measure the accuracy of land change simulation.
1:40  Daniel M Runfola*, Clark University; Robert Gilmore Pontius, Jr., Clark University, Temporal Stability of Land Use / Cover Change.
2:00  Safaa Z Aldwaik*, Clark University; Robert Gilmore Pontius Jr., Clark University, Automating Category Aggregation to Focus on Important Land Transitions Over Time.
 
3477.       The Space-time approach to studying individuals' lifestyle and quality of life (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Cedar Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Donggen Wang, HONG KONG BAPTIST UNIVERSITY; Mei-Po Kwan, Ohio State University
CHAIR(S): Mei-Po Kwan, Ohio State University
12:40  YANWEI CHAI*, College of Urban and Envrionmental Sciences, Peking University; Yanwei Chai, College of Urban and Envrionmental Sciences, Peking University, Rethinking Suburbanization and Low-Carbon Urban Spatial Organization in Chinese City: From Individual Space-Time Activity Perspective.
1:00  De Wang*, Tongji University; Zun Xu, Tongji University; Wei Zhu, Tongji University, The Evolution of the Shopping Travel Behavior of Residents in Shanghai Suburban Areas in the Context of Suburbanization.
1:20  Jing Ma*, Department of Urban and Economic Geography, Peking University; Zhilin Liu, School of Public Policy and Management, Tsinghua University; Yanwei Chai, Department of Urban and Economic Geography, Peking University, Neighborhood-Scale Urban Form, Travel Behavior, and CO2 Emission in Beijing: A Structural Equation Model Analysis.
1:40  Xiaolu Gao*, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Incentives of Environmental Design and Management in Urban Neighborhoods.
2:00  Donggen Wang*, HONG KONG BAPTIST UNIVERSITY; Fei Li, Department of Geography, Hong Kong Baptist University, ARE PEOPLE HAPPIER SPENDING TIME ON PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES OR VIRTUAL ACTIVITIES? EXPLORING THE SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING OF INDIVIDUALS' DAILY TIME-SPACE EXPERIENCES.
 
3478.       CyberGIS Research Agenda (Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Space-Time Symposium, Cyberinfrastructure Specialty Group, Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group)
Room:     Douglas Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Panel Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Shaowen Wang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; May Yuan, Univ of Oklahoma
CHAIR(S): Shaowen Wang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Panelists: Luc Anselin, Arizona State University; Ningchuan Xiao, The Ohio State University; Sean Ahearn, Hunter College - City University; Budhendra Bhaduri, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Michael Goodchild, University of California - Santa Barbara
 
3486.       Modeling Population Dynamics (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Willow A - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Samantha Cockings, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON
12:40  James Cheshire*, University College London; Paul Longley, University College London, The Use of Surnames and Spatial Analysis: Utilising a Novel Dataset to Map Population Change.
1:00  Christopher Badurek*, Appalachian State University, GIS Methods to Enhance Spatial and Temporal Reasoning about Exurbanization Processes.
1:20  David Mcilhatton*, University of Ulster, Modelling the effect of population change on residential development in Northern Ireland.
1:40  Samantha Cockings*, UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON; David Martin, University of Southampton; Samuel Leung, University of Southampton, Right Time, Right Place? Space-Time Specific Population Modelling.
 
3487.       Interoperable gazetteers and the spatially-enabled web - What will the future of gazetteers be in the sphere of networked information? (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium, Harvard University Center for Geographic Analysis, Association of American Geographers)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Humphrey Southall, University of Portsmouth
CHAIR(S): May Yuan, University of Oklahoma
12:40  Mano Marks*, Google, Mapping the past?
1:00  Charlie Frye*, Esri, Rethinking Gazetteers for use as Locators for Online Maps and for Placing Text on Maps.
1:20  Xavier Lopez*, Oracle USA, Linking Open Data with Location: Gazetteers and the Semantic Web.
 

Thursday, 2:40pm-4:20pm

3576.       Land Use / Land Cover Change 2 (Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Space-Time Symposium, Human Dimensions of Global Change Specialty Group, Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group)
Room:     Aspen Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Robert Gilmore Pontius, Clark University
CHAIR(S): Robert Gilmore Pontius, Clark University
2:40  Thomas L. Gregory*, USDA-NASS; Fred L. Shore, Ph.D., Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce, Mississippi Crop Statistics from the Cropland Data Layer and Quick Stats.
3:00  Neil A. Best*, Computation Institute, University of Chicago; Monika Mihir, PhD, Department of Geography & Environmental Studies, Northeastern Illinois University; Joshua W. Elliott, PhD, Computation Institute, University of Chicago, Synthesis of a complete land use/ land cover data set for the conterminous United States emphasizing accuracy in area and distribution of agricultural activity.
3:20  Yuheng Li*, Dept. of Urban Planning and Environment; Qian Zhang, PhD student of Geoinformatics, Royal Institute of Technology,Sweden, Spatial-temporal arable and built land change in Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Metropolitan Region, 1990-2005.
3:40  Elizabeth A. Wentz*, Arizona State University; Sharolyn Anderson, University of Denver; Donna Peuquet, Pennsylvania State University, Space-time interpolation of land cover for Phoenix Arizona.
Discussant(s): Robert Gilmore Pontius, Clark University
 
3577.       Collecting and interpreting spatio-temporal data (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Cedar Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Donggen Wang, HONG KONG BAPTIST UNIVERSITY; Mei-Po Kwan, Ohio State University
CHAIR(S): Yanwei Chai, College of Urban and Envrionmental Sciences, Peking University
2:40  Chaogui Kang*, Institute of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems, Peking University, Beijing, China; Yu Liu, Institute of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems, Peking University, Beijing, China; Lun Wu, Institute of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems, Peking University, Beijing, China; Xiujun Ma, Key Laboratory of Machine Perception (Minister of Education), Peking University, Beijing, China; Daoqin Tong, School of Geography and Development, the University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, United States, Patterns of Intra-city Human Mobility: An Urban Morphology Perspective.
3:00  Bingxia Sun*, Hong Kong Baptist University; Donggen Wang, doctor, Hong Kong Baptist University, Identifying Activity Type and Trip Purpose from data Collected by Passive GPS.
3:20  Yue Shen*; Yanwei Chai, The Collection, Management and Application of Space-Time Data of Individual Behavior Based on Location-Based Technology.
3:40  Song Gao*, Institute of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems,Peking University,Beijing,China; Yaoli Wang, Institute of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems,Peking University,Beijing,China; Yu Liu, Institute of Remote Sensing and Geographical Information Systems,Peking University,Beijing,China; Fahui Wang, Department of Geography & Anthropology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803, USA, Investigating Traffic Density Using Taxi Trajectories Data.
4:00  Wenjia Zhang*, Community and Regional Planning Program, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX, 78712, USA; Yanwei Chai, Department of urban and economic geography, College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University, Beijing, 100871, China, Suburbanization and Time-Space Constraints of Commuters' Non-Work Activities in China.
 
3586.       Geovisual Analytics (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Willow A - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Serge Rey, Arizona State University
2:40  JING LI*, Department of Geography and Geoinformation Science, George Mason University; David Wong, Department of Geography and Geoinformation Science, George Mason University, A visual analytical system for 3D spatial temporal data using a constraint based model.
3:00  Philip Forer, Ph.D., M.A.*, School of Environment, University of Auckland, New Zealand; Jinfeng Zhao, School of Environment, University of Auckland, New Zealand, Interpreting Large Scale Movement Patterns In The Context Of Dynamic Spaces And Variance In The Interaction Between Sentient Mobile Objects And Their Environments.
3:20  Otto Huisman*, ITC, University of Twente; Menno-Jan Kraak, ITC, University of Twente; Bas Retsios, ITC, University of Twente, Geovisual Analytics and the Space-Time Cube.
3:40  Menno-Jan Kraak*, ITC / University of Twente; Xia Li, Chang'An University, The usability of alternative temporal visual representations: the time wave in a geovisual analytics environment.
4:00  Serge Rey*, Arizona State University, Space-Time Analysis of Regional Systems.
  
3587.       Building World Historical Gazetteers from Historical GIS (1) (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium, Harvard University Center for Geographic Analysis, Association of American Geographers)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Humphrey Southall, University of Portsmouth
CHAIR(S): Merrick Berman, China Historical GIS, Harvard Univ
2:40  Guoping Huang*, Harvard GSD/CGA, Linking Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations (DARMC) Places with Pleiades Gazetteer through Geocoding.
3:00  Robert Woodberry*, University of Texas At Austin; Juan Carlos Esparza Ochoa*, University of Texas At Austin, Gazetteers and Linking Historical Data through Time.
3:20  Mark Henderson*, Mills College; Karl Ryavec, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, From gazetteers to spatial structures: a study of Chinese Muslim and Tibetan societies, 1800-2011.
Discussant(s): J. B. Owens, Idaho State University

Thursday, 4:40pm-6:20pm

3676.       Species Movement & Migration Modeling (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Aspen Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Trisalyn Nelson, University of Victoria
4:40  Helen Enander*, Michigan Natural Features Inventory, Michigan State University; Joelle L Gehring, Michigan Natural Features Inventory, Michigan State University; Edward H Schools, Michigan Natural Features Inventory, Michigan State University, Using NEXRAD radar to analyze migration concentration areas in Michigan and the Great Lakes.
5:00  Jed A Long*, University of Victoria; Trisalyn A Nelson, University of Victoria, Advances in Wildlife Telemetry Data: An Opportunity for Space-Time Geography.
5:20  Bilal Butt*, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Matthew Turner, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Aditya Singh, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Leif Brottem, University of Wisconsin - Madison; Alvin Rentsch, University of Wisconsin - Madison, Scaling thresholds, pastoral livestock mobility and seasonal access to forage resources in semi-arid West Africa.
5:40  Trisalyn Nelson*, University of Victoria, Geographic methods for quantifying spatial-temporal patterns in grizzly bear habitat use.
 
3677.       Studying transportation, housing and social issues from spatio-temporal data (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Cedar Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Donggen Wang, HONG KONG BAPTIST UNIVERSITY; Mei-Po Kwan, Ohio State University
CHAIR(S): Donggen Wang, HONG KONG BAPTIST UNIVERSITY
4:40  Zhang Jingqiu*, Spatial Analysis on Urban Internal Economic Spatial Structure Based on Office Buildings Rent.
5:00  FEI LI*, Hong Kong Baptist University; Donggen Wang, Doctor, Hong Kong Baptist University, A Space-Time Approach to Studying Social Segregation in Physical and Virtual Spaces.
5:20  Li Chen*, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resource Research, CAS; Wenzhong ZHANG, Doctor, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS; Yunxiao Dang, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS, Residential Differentiation of Low-income Residents under Market Transition: a Case Study of Beijing.
5:40  Yan Zhang, Visiting Scholar, Department of Geography, the Ohio State University; PhD Candidate, Department of urban and economic geography,College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University; Yanwei Chai, Doctor*, College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University, Beijing, China, Gender Differences of Space-time Activity Pattern in Two-Earner Household in Transitional Urban China: Evidence from Household Survey in Beijing.
6:00  Yunxiao Dang*, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resource Research, CAS; Wenzhong Zhang, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resource Research, CAS; Li Chen, Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resource Research, CAS, Housing Preferences and Consuming Behaviors in a Transitional Economy:New Evidence from Beijing, China.
 
3686.       Spatiotemporal Visualization Methods (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Willow A - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Aileen R. Buckley, ESRI
4:40  David Dickason, Ph.D.*, Western Michigan University, Visualizing Geographic Change Using High Definition Rasterized Topographic Maps.
5:00  John Michael Nelson*, IDV Solutions, When is Where It's At: Puzzles and Pragmatism for the Inevitable 4th Dimension.
5:20  Eric Russell*, National Geographic; Colleen Buzby, Northwestern University; Sean O'Connor, National Geographic, Techniques For Space-Time Visualization In Web-Based GIS.
5:40  Aileen R. Buckley, PhD*, Esri, Visualization Methods for Spatio-temporal Data.
 
3687.       Data Models and Content Standards (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium, Harvard University Center for Geographic Analysis, Association of American Geographers)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Humphrey Southall, University of Portsmouth
CHAIR(S): Karl Grossner, University of California, Santa Barbara
4:40  Glen Hart*, Ordnance Survey; John Goodwin*, Ordnance Survey, Realising the Potential of Gazetteers as Linked Data in the Semantic Web.
5:00  Lisa Schelling*, American Geographical Society Library, Standards in Gazetteer Development.
5:20  Raj Singh*, Open Geospatial Consortium, Standards in capturing the changing characteristics of a place for disparate interests.
Discussant(s): Michael Goodchild, University of California - Santa Barbara

Friday, 8:00am-9:40pm

4177.       Dynamics of Spatiotemporal Land Use Change (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Cedar Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Rachel Headley, United States Geological Survey
8:00  Jun Luo*, Missouri State University, Spatial-Temporal Analysis of Urban Land Use in GIS Environment.
8:20  Shanqi Zhang*, University of Georgia; Xiaobai Yao, University of Georgia, Social-spatial structure of Beijing: a spatial-temporal analysis.
8:40  SU JIN LEE*, USC_GEOGRAPHY; Travis Longcore, University of Southern California; John Wilson, University of Southern California, A STUDY OF THE ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF MANSIONIZATION IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY.
9:00  Rachel Headley*, United States Geological Survey, Expanding the Reach of Landsat Data by Reducing Barriers.
9:20  Amanda Weaver*, University of Denver; Sharolyn Anderson, University of Denver, Subdividing FarmVille: Temporal Change in Land Use.
 
4178.       Spatiotemporal Analysis of Crimes and Emergencies (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Douglas Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Kate Beard, University of Maine
8:00  Hardeep Bajwa*, ESRI; Adam Pittman, ESRI; Earl Sarow, ESRI, Identifying and analyzing spatiotemporal patterns of criminal activity in Washington, D.C..
8:20  Zhanming Wan*, Institute for Geospatial Research and Education; Hai Lan, Institute for Geospatial Research and Education; Yichun Xie, Institute for Geospatial Research and Education, Indoor Location Service via adopting Sensors, Micro-chips and Closed-Circuit Television.
8:40  Po-Hui Yu*, National Taiwan University; Jinn-Guey Lay, Prof., National Taiwan University, Exploring non-stationarity of mechanism of crime events with spatial-temporal weighted regression.
9:00  Douglas J Wiebe, PhD*, University of Pennsylvania, Space-time case-control study of adolescents' daily activities and the risk to be assaulted.
9:20  Kate Beard*, University of Maine, Event exploration using the Eventviewer: an investigation of Crime Events.
 
4186.       Spatial Analysis and Volunteered Geographic Information (VGI) (Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Space-Time Symposium, Cyberinfrastructure Specialty Group)
Room:     Willow A - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Linna Li, University of California, Santa Barbara; Wenwen Li, University of California, Santa Barbara
CHAIR(S): Michael Goodchild, University of California - Santa Barbara
8:00  Wenwen Li*, University of California, Santa Barbara; Michael Goodchild, University of California, Santa Barbara; Richard Church, University of California, Santa Barbara, A heuristic algorithm to optimize automated zoning for urban economic modeling.
8:20  Linna Li*, University of California, Santa Barbara; Michael F Goodchild, University of California, Santa Barbara, The spatio-temporal patterns of VGI.
8:40  Alan T. Murray, GeoDa Center for Geospatial Analysis and Computation, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University; Insu Hong*, GeoDa Center for Geospatial Analysis and Computation, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University; Ran Wei, GeoDa Center for Geospatial Analysis and Computation, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University, Comparison Techniques for Solving an Implicit Coverage Model.
9:00  Elisabeth Sedano, A.B.D.*, University of Southern California, Design and Use of a Geowiki of Volunteered Geographic Information of Billboard Locations in Los Angeles, California.
 
4187.       Building World Historical Gazetteers from Historical GIS (2) (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium, Harvard University Center for Geographic Analysis, Association of American Geographers)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Merrick Berman, China Historical GIS, Harvard Univ
CHAIR(S): Guoping Huang, Harvard GSD/CGA
8:00  Youcheol KIM, professor*; Byung Nam Yoon, professor; Hyunjong Kim, The development of GIS-DB System for the historical gazetteer and its application in East Asia.
8:20  Kei-ichi Okunuki*; Tsunetoshi Mizoguchi, Nagoya University, Skinner f s GIS Dataset of Early Meiji Japan.
8:40  Tsunetoshi Mizoguchi*, Nagoya University, Local gazetteers and Land-check survey records in Tokugawa and Meiji Era in Japan.
Discussant(s): Peter Bol, Harvard University

Friday, 10:00am-11:30am

4221.       GIS
Room:     6ABC - Washington State Convention Center, Level 6  (Poster Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Program Committee
Jennifer A. Miller*, University of Texas at Austin, Using spatial simulation to analyze dynamic interactions between Brown Hyena pairs in Northern Botswana.
Dawn R Magness, PhD*, USFWS; John M Morton, PhD, USFWS, Forecasting Future Land Cover for Climate-Change Adaptation Planning on the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, South-central Alaska.
Suzanne Mavoa*, Massey University; Melody Oliver, Auckland University of Technology, Exploring quantitative and qualitative methods in the analysis of children's independent mobility, physical activity and neighborhood environments.
 
4277.       Spatiotemporal Analysis of Environmental Phenomena (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Cedar Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Ronald Eastman, Clark University
10:00  André Skupin*, San Diego State University; Ninghua Wang, San Diego State University; Trent W Biggs, San Diego State University, Exploratory Analysis of Snow Dynamics for the Northern Hemisphere.
10:20  L Allan James*, University of South Carolina; Subhajit Ghoshal, University of South Carolina, Space-Time Cubes and Geomorphic Change Detection: Cartometrics and Softcopy Photogrammetry to Improve Time Dimension.
10:40  Qingling Wu, PhD candidate*, Clark University; J. Ronald Eastman, Clark University, From Fields to Objects: Time Series of Segmentation on Fiat Boundaries, a Case Study of Mesoscale Eddies.
11:00  Neeti Neeti*, Clark University; J R Eastman, Dr., Clark University, Impact of space-time orientation on coupled ocean-atmosphere system analysis using CCA.
11:20  Ronald Eastman, Ph.D.*, Clark University; Elia Axinia Machado, Ph.D., Clark University; Neeti Neeti, M.A., Clark University; Hao Chen, Ph.D., Clark University, Implications of space-time orientation for Principal Components Analysis of earth observation image time series.
 
4278.       Spatiotemporal Analysis: Applications Across Multiple Disciplines (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Douglas Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Desheng Liu, The Ohio State University
10:00  Eunjung Lim*, Department of Geography, University of Maryland; Peter Rogerson, Department of Geography, State University of New York at Buffalo, Detecting a sequence of multiple changes in spatial patterns based on a nonparametric CUSUM.
10:20  CHIEN-CHOU CHEN*, UTDallas; Michael Tiefelsdorf, UTDallas, Small area tobacco demand estimation with diurnal commuting adjustment and error evaluation.
10:40  Nigel Walford, BA, PhD*, Kingston University, Spatio-temporal Analysis of Agricultural holdings on the South Downs, England: Modelling Continuity of Occupancy by Farm Families.
11:00  Tao Cheng*, University College London, Integrated Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Road Network Performance.
11:20  Desheng Liu*, The Ohio State University; Jenny Brynjarsdottir, The Ohio State University; Mei-Po Kwan, The Ohio State University, A Bayesian Hierarchical Approach to Modeling the Spatial-Temporal Dynamics of PM Concentration in Ohio.
 
4286.       Visualizing & Modeling Agents in Space-Time (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Willow A - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Robert Aguirre
10:00  Li An*, San Diego State University; Ninghua Wang, San Diego State University; Daniel G Brown, University of Michigan, Geographic Survival analysis: A New Paradigm for Space-time Integration and Analysis.
10:20  Paul M Torrens*, Arizona State University, Animating agents through space and time using simulation, data-mining, and video gaming technology.
10:40  Ed Manley*, University College London; Tao Cheng, University College London, Modelling the Impact of Unexpected Interruptions on Road Network Performance using Agent-Based Simulation.
11:00  Ondrej Mulicek*, Masaryk University Brno; Robert Osman, Masaryk University Brno; Daniel Seidenglanz, Masaryk University Brno, Urban Chronogeography - Looking for Postindustrial Chronotope.
11:20  Robert Aguirre*, University of Washington, Geovisual Evaluation of Public Participation in Decision Making: The Grapevine.
 
4287.       Building a Temporally Enabled Global Gazetteer (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium, Harvard University Center for Geographic Analysis, Association of American Geographers)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Meeting Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Merrick Berman, China Historical GIS, Harvard Univ
CHAIR(S): Peter Bol, Harvard University

Friday, 11:45am-12:40pm

4387.       Space-Time Integration in Geography and GIScience Discussion: Trends and Directions (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Plenary Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Douglas Richardson, Association of American Geographers
CHAIR(S): Douglas Richardson, Association of American Geographers
11:45 Douglas Richardson, Association of American Geographers
11:55 Michael Goodchild, University of California - Santa Barbara
12:05 Mei-Po Kwan, Ohio State University
12:15 Peter Bol, Harvard University
12:25 Tomoki Nakaya, Geography Department, Ritsumeikan University
12:35 Yanwei Chai, College of Urban and Envrionmental Sciences, Peking University

Friday, 12:40pm-2:20pm

4476.       Cognition, Behavior, and Representation II: Time-space visualization (Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Space-Time Symposium, Environmental Perception and Behavioral Geography Specialty Group, Cartography Specialty Group)
Room:     Aspen Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Sarah Battersby, University of South Carolina; Kirk Goldsberry, Michigan State University
CHAIR(S): Scott Bell, University of Saskatchewan
12:40  Laurynas Gedminas*, East Carolina University; Thomas Allen, East Carolina University; Thomas Crawford, East Carolina University; Nick Murray, East Carolina University; Donna Kain, East Carolina University, A Study of Hurricane Advisory Maps Using Eye-tracking and Biometric Measures.
1:00  Sarah Battersby*, University of South Carolina, Localized change metrics for dynamic maps.
1:20  Elaine Guidero*, Pennsylvania State University; Robert E. Roth, Pennsylvania State University; Anthony C. Robinson, Pennsylvania State University; Alan MacEachren, Pennsylvania State University; Alexander C. Klippel, Pennsylvania State University, Representing change in point symbols.
1:40  Kirk Goldsberry*, Michigan State University; Carolyn Fish, Michigan State University, Space-Time Legibility: Using Design to Mitigate Geovisual Failures.
2:00  Sara Irina Fabrikant*, University of Zurich; Stacy Rebich Hespanha, University of California Santa Barbara; Daniel R. Montello, University of California Santa Barbara, Assessing animated map displays for spatio-temporal inference making.
 
4477.       Contributions of Spatiotemporal Analysis to Climate Research (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Cedar Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): James Bothwell, University of Oklahoma
12:40  Colleen Garrity*, SUNY-Geneseo; Elizabeth A. Wentz, Arizona State University, Emergence of GIS in spatio-temporal climate research.
1:00  Benoit Parmentier*, Clark University; Neeti Neeti, Clark University; Ronald Eastman, Clark University, Variability of global Sea Surface Temperature using Multichannel Empirical Orthogonal Teleconnection analysis.
1:20  In-Young Yeo*, University of Maryland - College Park, Climate changes, watershed processes, and decision making for adaptation..
1:40  Emily E Perkins*, San Diego State University; Trent W Biggs, Ph.D., San Diego State University, Spatial Patterns and Relationships Between Atmospheric Water Vapor and Irrigation in the Krishna River Basin.
2:00  James Bothwell*, University of Oklahoma, The Stochastic Uncertainty of a Spatiotemporal Framework Analysis of General Circulation Model Ensemble Output.
 
4478.       Space, Time, & Health I (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Douglas Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Pierre Goovaerts, BioMedware
12:40  Justin Holman*, TerraSeer, Forecasting melanoma mortality in the U.S. in response to climate change.
1:00  Li Yin*, State University of New York at Buffalo; Samina Raja; James Roemmich; Leonard Epstein; Hao Huang, Built Environment and Physical Activity: Assessing Accessibility in Space-Time Neighborhoods.
1:20  Jimmy Kroon*, Pennsylvania State University; Frank Hardisty, M.A., Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, Spatio-Temporal Cluster Detection Using AMOEBA.
1:40  Eric M. Delmelle*, UNC-Charlotte; Irene Casas, Louisiana Tech University; Jorge H Rojas, Epidemiólogo del Grupo de Epidemiología y Salud Pública de la Secretar ía de Salud Pública Municipal (SSPM), Santiago de Cali, Colombia; Alejandro Varela, Secretario de Salud Pública Municipal, Santiago de Cali, Colombia, Modeling the Risk of Dengue Fever in Relation to its Habitat: an application for Disaggregated Cases in Cali, Colombia..
2:00  Pierre Goovaerts*, BioMedware, VISUALIZING THE IMPACT OF TIME, PLACE, AND RACE ON LATE-STAGE CANCER INCIDENCE.
 
4486.       Perspectives on Complex Spatio-Temporal Systems [1]: Agent-Based Modeling (Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Space-Time Symposium, Human Dimensions of Global Change Specialty Group, Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group)
Room:     Willow A - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Suzana Dragicevic, SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY; Arika Ligmann-Zielinska, Michigan State University
CHAIR(S): Suzana Dragicevic, SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY
12:40  Derek Robinson*, University of Edinburgh; Dave Murray-Rust, Ph.D., University of Edinburgh, Scool of GeoSciences; Verena Rieser, Ph.D., University of Edinburgh, Scool of GeoSciences; Mark Rounsevell, Ph.D., University of Edinburgh, Scool of GeoSciences; Vesna Milicic, University of Ljubljana, Estimating the impacts of land-use change on human well-being and the provision of ecosystem services..
1:00  Danielle J. Marceau*, University of Calgary; Michael Kieser, Department of Geomatics Engineering, University of Calgary, Simulation of a land development planning process using an agent-based model.
1:20  Christopher Bone, PhD*, Canadian Forest Services; Mike Wulder, PhD, Canadian Forest Service, Aggregating Agents: A possible solution for overcoming computation limits with agent-based modeling for ecological applications?.
1:40  Shipeng Sun*, University of Waterloo, Canada, Balancing model specificity and code generality in complexity model development.
2:00  Arika Ligmann-Zielinska*, Michigan State University; Nicholas Molen, Michigan State University, Spatiotemporal Sensitivity Analysis in Geographical Modeling: An Agent-Based Model Example.
 
4487.       Working Lunch (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium, Harvard University Center for Geographic Analysis, Association of American Geographers)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Meeting Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Merrick Berman, China Historical GIS, Harvard Univ
CHAIR(S): Peter Bol, Harvard University

Friday, 2:40pm-4:20pm

4577.       Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Recovery, Restoration, & Resilience (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Cedar Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Kenan Li
2:40  Danielle LaRock*, Department of Environmental Sciences Louisiana State University Baton Rouge; Nina Lam, Department of Environmental Sciences Louisiana State University Baton Rouge; DeWitt Braud, Department of Geography and Anthropology Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, Temporal Changes in Quality of Life and Environment in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
3:00  Helbert Arenas*, Louisiana State University; Nina Lam, Louisiana State University, Spatio-Temporal dynamics of the business reopening process in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
3:20  Christoph Aubrecht*, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology; Sérgio Freire, e-GEO, Geography and Regional Planning Research Center, New University of Lisbon; Giulio Zuccaro, University of Naples Federico II, Department of Structural Engineering; Klaus Steinnocher, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology, The infinite spiral of disaster management: Spatio-temporal modeling aspects in the context of reducing residual risk.
3:40  John Cloud*, NOAA Central Library, Henry Mitchell and the Rising Curve of Coastal Reclamation.
4:00  Kenan Li*; Danielle Larock; Nina Lam; Margret Reams, Temporal Changes of Coastal Community Resilience in the Gulf of Mexico Region.
 
4578.       Space, Time, & Health II (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Douglas Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Dongmei Chen, Queen's University
2:40  Eun-hye Enki Yoo*, University At Buffalo (SUNY), Space-time zero-inflated count model for West Nile virus vector mosquito abundance.
3:00  Ningchuan Xiao*, The Ohio State University; Mark Moritz, The Ohio State University, Understanding the spatiotemporal characteristics of livestock movement networks in the Far North Region of Cameroon using an agent-based model.
3:20  Deepti Joshi*, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Ashok K Samal, University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Leen-Kiat Soh*, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Treating Time as a First Class Citizen in Spatio-Temporal Clustering.
3:40  Joseph P. Messina, Ph.D.*, Michigan State University; Mark H. DeVisser, Michigan State University; Nathan J. Moore, Ph.D., Michigan State University, Space, Time and a Species Distribution Model of Tsetse in Kenya.
4:00  Dongmei Chen*, Queen's University; Zhijie Zhang, Department of Geography, Queen's University, Spatial and temporal analysis of global HPAI H5N1 outbreaks.
 
4586.       Perspectives on Complex Spatio-Temporal Systems [2]: Geosimulation (Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Space-Time Symposium, Human Dimensions of Global Change Specialty Group, Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group)
Room:     Willow A - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Arika Ligmann-Zielinska, Michigan State University; Suzana Dragicevic, SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY
CHAIR(S): Arika Ligmann-Zielinska, Michigan State University
2:40  Peter Deadman*, University of Waterloo; Raymond Cabrera, University of Waterloo; Josh King, University of Waterloo; Linda Mortsch, Environment Canada, Exploring Complexity in Spatial Simulations.
3:00  Deng Ding*, Department of Geography, University of Iowa; David Bennett, Department of Geography, University of Iowa; Silvia Secchi, Department of Agribusiness Economics, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, An agent-based model of farmer response to alternative social-economic and environmental scenarios: a case study in the Clear Creek watershed, Iowa.
3:20  Fraser Morgan*, Landcare Research New Zealand, More than just sheep: Exploring farmer heterogeneity in a agent-based land use model for New Zealand.
3:40  Xuwei Chen*, Northern Illinois University, Coupling Spatially-Aware and Time-Aware Models in Simulating Emergency Evacuations.
4:00  Wenwu Tang*, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Douglas Shoemaker, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Monica Dorning, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; John B Vogler, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Ross Meentemeyer, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Spatiotemporal Simulation of Urban-rural Interaction within a High-performance Computing Environment.
 
4587.       "There is no place like home!" - Why Historians would want to use a GIS (Sponsored by Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, Space-Time Symposium, Cultural Geography Specialty Group, Historical Geography Specialty Group)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Charles Bartlett Travis, Trinity College Dublin; Alexander Von Lünen, University of Portsmouth
CHAIR(S): Charles Bartlett Travis, Trinity College Dublin
2:40  Alexander Von Lünen*, University of Portsmouth, It's about time - not! Or: The past does not compute..
3:00  Donald Lafreniere*, University of Western Ontario; Jason Gilliland*, University Of Western Ontario, Beyond the Narrative: Using H-GIS to Reveal Hidden Patterns and Processes of Daily Life in Nineteenth-Century Cities.
3:20  Charles Bartlett Travis, Dr*, Department of Geography, NUI Maynooth, Ireland, The 'Abstract Machine' of Historical GIS.
3:40  J. B. Owens, Ph.D.*, Idaho State University, Using GIS to Explore the Nonlinear Dynamics of Historic Systems.

Friday, 4:40pm-6:20pm

4678.       Using Technology to Integrate Time and Space for Historical Analysis (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Douglas Room - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Space-Time Symposium Organizing Committee
CHAIR(S): Ann E. Larimore, University of Michigan
4:40  Patrick Manning*, University of Pittsburgh, The World-Historical Dataverse Project: Issues and Challenges.
5:00  Brandon Plewe*, Brigham Young University, The Geo-Historical Information System: a collaborative database of place-history.
5:20  John McIntosh*, Center For Spatial Analysis, University of Oklahoma; Grant Grant De Lozier, Center for Spatial Analysis, University of Oklahoma; Jacob Cantrell, Center for Spatial Analysis, University of Oklahoma; May Yuan, Center for Spatial Analysis, University of Oklahoma, Constructing a Narrative GIS.
5:40  Peter L Guth, PhD*, Dept of Oceanography; Rhys A Hearn, Dept of Geography & Environmental Engineering, USMA, 4D Historical GIS: Artillery Viewsheds at Antietam (US Civil War).
6:00  Ann Evans Larimore*, University of Michigan; Sandra L. Arlinghaus, University of Michigan; Robert J. Haug, University of Cincinnati, GEOMAT (Geographical Events Ordering-Maps, Archives, Timelines): A methodology for achieving space-time integration in historical-geographical analysis.
 
4686.       Design Principles for Agent-based Models of Land-use/Land-cover change (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium, Human Dimensions of Global Change Specialty Group, Spatial Analysis and Modeling Specialty Group)
Room:     Willow A - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Panel Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Tom Evans, Indiana University
CHAIR(S): Tom Evans, Indiana University
Panelists: Christopher Bone, University of Alaska Anchorage; Arika Ligmann-Zielinska, Michigan State University; Steven M. Manson, University Of Minnesota; Fraser Morgan, University of Auckland; Shipeng Sun, University of Minnesota - Minneapolis; Daniel Brown, University of Michigan; Suzana Dragicevic, SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY; Derek Robinson, University of Edinburgh
 
4687.       Space-time historical data analysis and visualisation of Japan (Sponsored by Space-Time Symposium)
Room:     Willow B - Sheraton Hotel, Second Floor  (Paper Session)
ORGANIZER(S): Tomoki Nakaya, Geography Department, Ritsumeikan University
CHAIR(S): Tomoki Nakaya, Geography Department, Ritsumeikan University
4:40  Tomoki Nakaya*, Geography Department, Ritsumeikan University; Kazumasa Hanaoka, Geography Department, Ritsumeikan University, Reading space-time clusters of outbreaks on a set of historical disease maps: Analysing an early effort to detect clusters of typhoid fever cases in Kyoto, 1928-9.
5:00  Keiji Yano*, Ritsumeikan University; Toshikazu Seto, Ritsumeikan University; Takafusa Iizuka, Ritsumeikan University; Ayako Matsumoto, Ritsumeikan University; Takashi Kirimura, Ritsumeikan University; Tomoki Nakaya, Ritsumeikan University; Yuzuru Isoda, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University, Space-time change of urban landscape with Kyo-machiya in Virtual Kyoto.
5:20  Ayako Matsumoto*, Ritsumeikan University; Naomi Akaishi, Ritsumeikan University; Toshikazu Seto, Ritsumeikan University; Takafusa Iizuka, Ritsumeikan University; Keiji Yano, Ritsumeikan University, Spatial Temporal Analysis on the Transition of Street Landscape with Kyo-machiya.
5:40  Michael Batty*, University College; Kazumasa Hanaoka, Ritsumiekan University; Tomoki Nakaya, Ritsumeikan University; Oliver O?Brien, University College; Keiji Yano, Ritsumeikan University, Space-Time Dynamics of the Japanese Urban System.

 
 
AAG Symposium on Space-Time Integration in Geography and GIScience 
 
Symposium Organizers 
 
·         Michael Goodchild – University of California - Santa Barbara
·         Doug Richardson – Association of American Geographers
·         Mei-Po Kwan – Ohio State University
·         Peter Bol – Harvard University
·         Luc Anselin – Arizona State University
·         Kathleen Stewart – University of Iowa
·         Tomoki Nakaya – Ritsumeikan University, Japan
·         Dan Griffith – University of Texas at Dallas
·         Scott Bell – University of Saskatchewan
·         Martin Dijst – Utrecht University, the Netherlands
·         Jeremy Mennis – Temple University
·         Wendy Guan – Harvard University
·         Elizabeth Wentz – Arizona State University
·         Michael Gould – Environmental Systems Research Institute
·         Donggen Wang – Hong Kong Baptist University, China
·         Harvey Miller – University of Utah
·         Jean McKendry – Association of American Geographers
·         May Yuan – University of Oklahoma
·         Seraphim Alvanides – Northumbria University, UK
·         Sara Fabrikant – University of Zurich

 

Contents

GIScience Research

Geospatial Data Confidentiality

2013 Geography, GIScience and Health Symposium

2011 Space-Time Symposium

Symposium Program

The AAG Symposium on Space-Time Integration in Geography and GIScience Program highlights the special tracks within the Symposium and provides an overview of the schedule of concurrent sessions. The program can be printed on legal size paper measuring 8.5" x 14".

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