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(with M. Fischer) Modelling spatial autocorrelation in spatial interaction data: An application to patent data in the European Union, J. of Regional Science, forthcoming. Category: J. of Regional Science
(with B. Berry and M. Tiefelsdord) From spatial analysis to geospatial science, Geographical Analysis, forthcoming. Category: Geographical Analysis
Spatial filtering-based contributions to a critique of geographically weighted regression (GWR), Environment & Planning A, forthcoming. Category: Environment & Planning A
Geographic sampling of urban soils for contaminant mapping: how many samples and from where, Environmental Geochemistry and Health, forthcoming Category: Environmental Geochemistry and Health
Spatial structure and spatial interaction: 25 years later, The Review of Regional Studies, 37, #1: 28-38. Category: The Review of Regional Studies
Presentations and Projects
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A numerical study of planar and near-planar adjacency matrices used in geographical analysis MATTRIAD
Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences.
Spatially structured random effects & Spatial filtering and space-time data Symposium on Quantitative Ecology, Research Center for Biodiversity of Academia Sinica, Taiwan.
Entering an interdisciplinary world 2006 Commencement Address, Indiana U. of Pennsylvania (reported on in the Sunday, May 14, 2006, Indiana Gazette).
To IUP and beyond 2006 Department of Geography & Regional Planning, Indiana U. of Pennsylvania,convocation address.
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Joseph Schirippa (M. A.)
Richard Nicholson (M. A.)
Peter Fellows (M. A.)
Jonathan Hancock (M. A.)
Claire Saint-Rossy (M. A.)
Marco Millones (M. A.)
Matthew Vincent (M. A)
Janis Schubert (Ph.D.)
Melissa Rura (Ph.D.)
George Madrid (Ph.D.)
1994 Ph.D.: Akio Sone, Institute of Socio-Economic Planning, U. of Tsukuba (Japan)
1995 Ph.D.: M. Feng, Director (Oil and Gas Card Modeling), The Associates, Irving, TX
1998 Ph.D.: Zhiqiang Zhang, Arabesque Communications, Redwood Shores, CA 94065
M.S. in Applied Statistics
Ph. D. outsider reader/external examiner for
Mark Renee (School of Management, SUNY/Buffalo)
Raymond Florax (U. of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands)
Sophonie Nshinyabakobeje (Forest Resources Management, SUNY/CES&F)
Mariano Duran (Forest Resources Management, SUNY/CES&F)
Harold D. Reynolds (Department of Geography, U. of Toronto)
Chijien Lin (Faculty of Social Sciences, U. of Joensuu, Finland)
Minfeng Deng (Dept. of Econometrics and Business Statistics, Monash U., Australia)
Roberto Patuelli (Dept. of Spatial Economics, Free University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
M. A./Ph. D. Committee member
Barry Glick (Ph. D.)
Chi Sham (Ph. D.)
Peter Rogerson (Ph. D.)
Carl Amrhein (Ph. D.)
Gustav Lundberg (Ph. D.)
Jose Armando Guevara (Ph. D.)
Michael O'Neill (Ph. D.)
Robert Andrle (Ph. D.)
David Wong (Ph. D.)
Susanna McKnight (Ph. D.)
Nestor Vega (M. A.)
Chi-Jien Lin (Ph. D.)
Robine Lewis (Ph. D.)
Bin Li (Ph. D.)
Irena Vasiliev (Ph. D.)
Unryu Suganamu (Ph. D.)
Karen Dhanda (Ph. D.)
Alberto Giordano (Ph. D.)
Rick Annenberg (M. A.)
Thomas Whitfield (M. A.)
Michael Schramm (M. A.)
Brenden McNeil (Ph. D.)
Elvin Delgado (Ph. D.)
Benjamin Jacob, Ph.D., Epidemiology and Public Health
Monqiue Hernandez (Ph. D.)
Adriana Troyo, Ph.D., Epidemiology and Public Health
Ted Beckstead (Ph.D.)
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Visiting EPA Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program research affiliate
Department of Statistics
Oregon State University
NY State Program in Geographic Information and Analysis
State University of New York at Buffalo
State University of New York at Buffalo
State University of New York at Buffalo
Ryerson Polytechnical University
University of Toronto
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
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Dr. Daniel Griffith, professor of geospatial analysis at UT Dallas’ School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences, has been selected by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to aid a review of the health effects of atrazine, a herbicide used extensively in farming.
Griffith, an Ashbel Smith Professor, is one of 19 scientists asked to serve on the Food Quality Protection Act Science Review Board. The board assists in reviews conducted by the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act Scientific Advisory Panel (FIFRA SAP).
“I was surprised,” Griffith said of his selection. “I had done some work with the EPA in the early ’90s through its environmental monitoring and assessment program. … I think it’s a real honor, and it also gives me an opportunity to contribute to the country in a scientific way. I think it gives me something that I‘ll feel satisfied about because I’m making a useful contribution.”
UT Dallas Expert to Edit Leading Geospatial Journal
The editorship of the top journal in spatial analysis and modeling, Geographical Analysis, is moving to UT Dallas. Beginning July 1, Dr. Daniel Griffith will serve a three-year term as the journal’s editor. Griffith is an Ashbel Smith Professor of Geospatial Information Sciences in the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences. He will be the first editor in 18 years who is not based at Ohio State University.
Griffith was chosen because of his reputation in the area of geospatial analysis, and his appointment is a reflection of the growing strength of UT Dallas’ Geospatial Information Sciences program.
UT Dallas GIS Professor Michael Tiefelsdorf will be one of the 32 international scholars on the journal’s editorial board. New clinical assistant GIS professor Yongwan Chun will be Griffith’s editorial assistant.
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1998 review panelist, GEOID Networks of Centers of Excellence proposal, NSERC (Canada)
1998 invited workshop participant, "Status and trends in spatial analysis (the Varenius project)" of the National Science Foundation National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, Santa Barbara, California.
1997 invited lecturer, "Spatial Genomics Workshop" convened by the NSF National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, Castine, Maine.
1996-97 Scientific Advisory Board member, 3rd International Symposium on Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences
1991 human geography citation centurion [Transactions, Institute of British Geographers, 1116: 26-27
1991 review panelist, "Geosciences, Geography and Mathematical Sciences," National Science Foundation, May.
1991 invited lecturer, "Initiative #7 experts meeting" of the National Science Foundation National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, Castine, Maine.
July 1989 1988 National Science Foundation project selected for inclusion in an NSF funded 2-weeks National Center for Supercomputing Applications Education Workshop, U. of Illinois/ Champaign-Urbana.
1988 invited lecturer, "Initiative #1 experts meeting" of the National Science Foundation National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, UCSB.
1985, 1987 recipient, Experienced Faculty Travel Award, New York State/UUP
1985-87 editorial board member, Annals, Association of American Geographers.
1983-86 member, NATO Scientific Affairs Division Advisory Board.
Societal Research Recognitions
Flight #93 memorial design assessment quoted in The Tribune-Review, Thursday, July 20, 2006; Flight 93 memorial design critique for the National Parks Service, 2007 (with citations in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, and Johnstown Tribune-Democrat)
Syracuse pediatric lead poisoning project featured in The Post-Standard, Monday, December 2, 2002, front page & p. 4.
quoted in The Post Standard about counting crowds (Friday, November 23, 2001, pp. C1, C3)
Syracuse pediatric lead poisoning project included in Congressional briefing on GIS, January
Syracuse pediatric lead poisoning project maps included in the 1997-1998 Consolidated Plan for the City of Syracuse submitted to HUD, June
Syracuse pediatric lead poisoning project poster invited for displayed during the "Reuniting the Family Conference," Nottingham High School, November
Syracuse, NY, pediatric blood lead study featured in the Syracuse Record, the SU Alumni News, and the Syracuse Herald-J. (August 30, 1996), Syracuse University Magazine (Vol. 13, #1, Fall 1996, pp. 38-39)
Computer Software Design
Spatial autocorrelation simulation game; review in The Professional Geographer, 39 (1987), 234-235; described in the AAG Microcomputer Specialty Group newsletter, February, 1989.
Simulating central place structures; review in The Professional Geographer, 42 (1990), 246-247 & Mathematical Review; described in the AAG Microcomputer Specialty Group newsletter, October, 1990.
"Spatial regression analysis on the PC: spatial statistics using MINITAB," Discussion Paper #1, Institute of Mathematical Geography, 1989; review in The Professional Geographer, 42 (1990), 499-500; described in the AAG Microcomputer Specialty Group newsletter, February, 1991.
Spatial regression analysis on the PC: spatial statistics using SAS, described in the AAG Microcomputer Specialty Group newsletter, February, 1992.
EXPLORHO Version 2.0.
Book and Computer Software Reviews
1988 Statistical Techniques in Geographical Analysis, 30: 348-349.
1993 Statistics for Spatial Data, 25: 271-275. 1986 Spatial Data Analysis by Example, 18: 372-373.
Annals, Association of American Geographers
1979 Specification and Estimation Problems in Models of Spatial Dependence, 69: 497-498. 2004 The Geographical Dimensions of Terrorism, 94: 998-1001.
J. of Regional Science
1993 Spatial Tessellations, 33: 564-567.
Environment and Planning
1997 Interactive Spatial Data Analysis, 29A: 747-752 (review essay) 1993 Applications of the Expansion Method, 20B: 370-371. 1983 European Progress in Spatial Analysis, 15A: 135-136.
International J. of Geographical Information Sciences
2004 Spatial Statistics Through Applications, 18: 207-208.
1989 Spatial Econometrics, 65: 160-162. 1988 Geographical Systems and Systems of Geography, 64: 396-400.
discovered and documented 2 software bugs in initial MINITAB 11.0 release, 1997
discovered and documented 1 software bug in initial SAS 6.12 release, 1997
AWARDS, HONORS, AND PROFESSIONAL RECOGNITIONS
2007 Research Center for Biodiversity of Academia Sinica, Taiwan, Fushan Botanical Garden Research Center
2005 Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research/Rostock, Germany
1994 Dept. of Geography, SUNY/Buffalo
1993 Association of American Geographers, 89th annual meeting, Atlanta; Dept. of Geography, UC/Santa Barbara
1992 Dept. of Economics, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain; CNRS Pour l'Advancement des Recherches sur l'Interaction Spatiale, U. of Paris I (Sorbonne); "Exploratory spatial data analysis" workshop, Dept. of Regional Economics, Free U. of Amsterdam [funded by the European Urban and Regional Spatial Analysis Network]; Interdisciplinary Consortium for Statistical Applications & Dept. of Geography, Indiana U.; Association of American Geographers, 88th annual meeting, San Diego
1991 "Spatial Analysis for GIS," Dept. of Geography, U. of Sheffield [funded by British ESRC]; Dept. of Geography, U. of Ottawa; Cornell Theory Center's National Supercomputer Facility; Statistics Canada (2)
1989 (with Anselin) Association of American Geographers, 85th annual meeting, Baltimore (2); Sixth European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography, Chantilly, France
1978 Ontario Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Ryerson Polytechnical U.
Association of American Geographers annual meeting: Milwaukee (70th), 1974; Salt Lake City (73rd) , 1977; New Orleans (74th), 1978; Philadelphia (75th), 1979; Louisville (invited for the Nystrom Competition; 76th), 1980; Los Angeles (77th), 1981; San Antonio (78th), 1982; Denver (79th), 1983; Washington, D. C. (80th), 1984; Minneapolis (82nd), 1986; Phoenix (84th), 1988; San Diego (88th), 1992; San Francisco (90th), 1994 (2); Chicago (91st), 1995; Ft. Worth (93rd), 1997; Boston (94th), 1998; Honolulu (95th), 1999 (2); Pittsburgh (96th), 2000; New York (97th), 2001; Los Angeles (98th), 2002 (2); New Orleans (99th), 2003; Philadelphia (100th), 2004; Denver (101st), 2005; Chicago (102nd), 2006; San Francisco (103rd), 2007 (2).
Regional Science Association annual meeting: Chicago (25th), 1978; Los Angeles (26th), 1979; Milwaukee (27th), 1980; (with B. Holly) Montreal (28th), 1981; Pittsburgh (29th), 1982; Chicago (30th), 1983; Baltimore (34th), 1987; Toronto (35th), 1988; Santa Barbara (CA; 36th), 1989; Boston (37th), 1990; New Orleans (38th), 1991; (with A. Can) Houston (40th), 1993; Niagara Falls (41st), 1994; (with Can; with Tiefelsdorf) Cincinnati, (42nd), 1995; Washington, DC (43rd), 1996; Buffalo (44th), 1997; Santa Fe (45th), 1998; (with A. Getis; with D. Wong) Montreal (46th), 1999; Chicago (47th), 2000; Charleston (48th), 2001; San Juan, Puerto Rico (49th), 2002 (2); Philadelphia (50th), 2003; Seattle (51st), 2004 (2); Las Vegas (52nd), 2005 (2); Toronto (53rd), 2006 (2); Savannah (54th), 2007
American Statistical Association annual meeting: Toronto, 1994; Chicago, 1996; (paper presenter & coexhibitor) Baltimore, 1999
Spatial Accuracy Assessment in Natural Resource and Environmental Sciences: Williamsburg, VA, 1994; Ft. Collins, CO, 1996; Quebec, 1998; Amsterdam, 2000; Melbourne, Australia, 2002; (& TIES) Portland, ME, 2004; Lisbon, Portugal, 2006
The Spatial Econometrics Association: Cambridge, 2007
The Society for Environmental Geochemistry and Health: New Orleans, 2007
International Medical Geography Symposium: Ft. Worth, TX, 2005
GEOMED 2005: U. of Cambridge
Spatial Ecology Workshop, U. of Miami: 2005
P20 Exploratory Centers Program Workshop, U. of Miami: 2005
TIMS/ORSA annual meeting: Chicago, 1993
Sigma Xi Forum & Sigma Xi annual meeting, Minneapolis, 1999 (2)
Canadian Regional Science Association: McMaster U., 1987
European Colloquium on Quantitative & Theoretical Geography: Bardonecchia, Italy, (5th) 1987; Chantilly, France, (6th) 1989
European Congress of the Regional Science Association: Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium (32nd), 1992; Volos, Greece, 2006
(with D. Johnson and K. McDade) Rocky Mountain Section of the S.E.G. H., Salt Lake City, 1994
East Lakes Division of the Association of American Geographers: Kent State U., 1971; U. of Pittsburgh, 1973; Edinboro U. of Pennsylvania, 1974; Brock U., 1975; U. of Michigan, 1976; U. of Western Ontario, 1980
Middle States Division of the Association of American Geographers: Rochester, 1981; Montclair State College, 1982; West Point, 1983; (with F. Csillag; Dave Smith) Syracuse U., 1992 (2)
Pittsburgh Modelling and Simulation Conference: U. of Pittsburgh (14th), 1983
Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences: Carlow College, Pittsburgh, 1971; Lafayette College, 1972
Pennsylvania Council for Geographic Education: Indiana U. of Pennsylvania, 1971
Ontario Division of the Canadian Association of Geographers: Ryerson Polytechnical U., 1978
ISOLDE 81, Skodsborg, Denmark, 1981
CLAG, SUNY/Buffalo, 1981
"Spatial Distributions and Pattern Analysis" Colloquium: SUNY/Buffalo, 1981
International Geographic Information Systems Symposium: The Research Agenda, Crystal City, VA, 1987
Western Regional Science Association: San Diego, 1989
International Workshop on Spatial Econometrics and Statistics: Rome, 2006 (2)
Jean Paelinck Seminar on Spatial Econometrics: Zaragoza, Spain (2nd), 2006
American Society of Agronomy annual meeting: (with D. Long, S. DeGloria, G. Carlson, and G. Nielsen) Denver, 1991
Northeast Regional Science Association: (with L. Layne and A. Sone) Binghamton, NY, 1996
Association of American Geographers annual meeting: Portland (83rd), 1987; Phoenix (84th), 1988; Baltimore (85th), 1989 (2); Toronto (86th), 1990; Chicago (102nd), 2006
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND ACTIVITIES
vice president (1998-99), president (1999-2000), past president (2000-01), Syracuse Chapter of Sigma Xi
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elected chairman of the MM&QM Specialty Group, AAG (1987-1988)
elected Board Member of the MM&QM Specialty Group, AAG (1989-1991)
elected Board Member of the Microcomputer Specialty Group, AAG (1993-1996)
elected Board Member, Syracuse Chapter of the American Statistical Assn., (1991-92; 1993-95)
Secretary-treasurer, Syracuse Chapter of the American Statistical Association, (2000-present)
The Association of American Geographers
The Regional Science Association
The American Statistical Association
The Fulbright Association
American Association for the Advancement of Science
Meeting Organization Activities
Program Committee for the 35th Regional Science Association, Toronto, 1988
NATO Advanced Studies Institute: Chateau de Bonas, France, 1980; San Miniato, Italy, 1982; Hanstholm,
Mathematical Models & Quantitative Methods Specialty Group, Association. of American Geographers: San
Antonio, 1982; (with D. Mark) West Point, 1983; Washington, D. C., 1984; (with L. Anselin) Phoenix, 1988
Association of American Geographers annual meeting: Milwaukee, 1974 (see Vol. 7, 1975, A. A. G. Proceedings,
pp. 297-298); Baltimore, 1989 (2; 1 with Grant Thrall); San Diego, 1992
North American Regional Science Association annual meeting: (with L. Anselin) New Orleans, 1991 (2);
Niagara Falls, Canada, 1994; Cincinnati, 1995
Dept. of Geography Colloquium entitled "Spatial Distributions and Pattern Analysis" under the joint auspices
of NATO Scientific Affairs Division, SUNY/Buffalo, AAG MM&QMSG, and IGU: WGSAMM, 1981.
Syracuse U. Department of Geography Symposium, 1989; (with Jim Newman) 1991.
(with M. Monmonier, S. DeGloria, L. Herrington, R. McMaster) "NYSPGIA Minnowbrook workshop," Minnowbrook Conference Center (Syracuse U.), Blue Mountain Lake, 1990
Canadian Association of Geographers: Montreal, 1995
(with R. Tata) CLAG, SUNY/Buffalo, 1981
(with J. Pipkin, C. Willmott) Middle States Division, Assn. of Am. Geographers, Rutgers U., 1979 Conference Session Chairperson
Association of American Geographers annual meeting: Los Angeles, 1981; Toronto, 1990; Los Angeles, 2002
Regional Science Association annual meeting: Toronto, 1988; Santa Barbara (CA), 1989; New Orleans, 1991;Niagara Falls, Canada, 1994; Cincinnati, 1995; Boston, 1998
Spatial Econometrics Association: Cambridge, 2007
Quantitative Methods Study Group, Institute of British Geographers meeting: U. of Sheffield, 1983
Western Regional Science Association: San Diego, 1989
Sixth European Colloquium on Quantitative and Theoretical Geography, Chantilly, France, 1989
1992 International Geographical Union Commission on Mathematical Models Symposium, Princeton U.
32nd European Congress of the Regional Science Association, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 1992
International Workshop on Spatial Econometrics and Statistics: Rome, 2006
Jean Paelinck Seminar on Spatial Econometrics: Zaragoza, Spain, 2006
NATO ARW, Amsterdam, 1983
"Spatial Distributions and Pattern Analysis," Session 2, Dept. of Geography, SUNY/Buffalo, 1981
"Complexity, Evolution and Learning," Institute Para Limes, Barchem, The Netherlands, 2007; Conference Paper Discussant
Session in Honor of Walter Isard, "Distance inputs and spatial markets," by M. Beckmann, paper presented to the Regional Science Association, Toronto, 1988
Regional Science Association annual meeting: Baltimore, 1987; Toronto, 1988; Santa Barbara (CA), 1989; New Orleans, 1991; Houston, 1993; Niagara Falls, Canada, 1994; Santa Fe, 1998; Montreal, 1999; Chicago,
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2000; Charleston, 2001; San Juan, PR, 2002; Seattle, 2004; Las Vegas, 2005; Toronto, 2006
Association of American Geographers annual meeting: Phoenix, 1988; Baltimore, 1989 (2)
1992 Symposium of the International Geographical Union Commission on Mathematical Models: Princeton U. (2)
32nd European Congress of the Regional Science Association: Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 1992
promotion to full professor, SUNY/Buffalo (1986), U. of Tennessee (1987), U. of Toronto (1990), Queen's
U./Canada (1995), U. of Iowa (1997), McGill U. (2002), U. of Alaska (2006), U. of Utah (2007), U. of North Texas (2007)
tenure and promotion, U. of Florida (1992), U. of Georgia (1992, 1993), Indiana U. (1994), McGill U. (1997),
SUNY/Health Science Center at Syracuse (1998), Macalester College (1999), Syracuse U. (2; 2003), UC/Santa Barbara (2004), Michigan State U. (2004), McMaster U. (2006)
Excellence in Scholarship: SUNY Chancellor's Citation (2006) Study leave: George Mason U. (2007)
Contributions to Professional Reports and Publications
1980-Assn. of American Geographers, Quantitative Methods and Mathematical Models Specialty Group's advisory memorandum to the Geography & Regional Science Program, National Science Foundation
1985-Geography and Regional Science Program, National Science Foundation
"Geographers," by Chronicle Guidance Publications, January 1997 release
"White paper on research-based education," as representative of Syracuse U. at UCGIS meetings, Bar Harbor, ME, 1997
listing of National Academy of Sciences AAG members in Guide to Programs in Geography/AAG Handbook and Directory of Geographers 1997-1998
external assessment for establishing the Center for Geographic Analysis, Harvard University UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS @ DALLAS SERVICE University Service
committee member for promotion to full professor case, 2006/7
annual Compliance review, 2005-present
dissertation defense chair, 2006
Information Resources Security, Planning, and Policy Committee, 2007/8 School Service
GEOG/GIS Program Committee, 2005-present
Faculty Advisory Committee (FAC), ex officio, 2005-present
GISC Associate Unit Head, 2007-present
GIS Program Director Search Committee, 2006/7
Chair of Search Committee for new GISC Program Head
Graduate Programs Advisory Committee
Panel member of the JSSR "How to publish roundtable," 2007
Hosted 1 colloquium speaker, 2007 Community
leader, Green Acres Cub Scout Pack, 1980-81
helped a South Vietnam refugee family resettle to Syracuse
co-chaperoned Latin Day at Syracuse U. for local high school students
member of the Syracuse Regional Lead Task Force, 1996-2003
science judge at the MOST Science Fair, junior division, Onondaga Community College, 2000-01
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