Contact InformationOffice: Room 2405, SSC
Tel: 519 661-2111, 87319
GIS/GIScience, GPS tracking, movement, space-time models, spatial ecology, open source software
My research involves using geographic information systems (GIS) and other spatial analysis techniques in the study of movement (e.g., using GPS tracking). Specifically, I am interested in developing and applying novel methods for spatial and space-time analysis. I am also interested in other research areas relating more broadly to GIScience; including spatial modelling, volunteered geographic information (and non-traditional data), and map comparison. Finally, as a huge sports fan, I am fascinated by ways spatial data and analysis can be used in sports analytics.
GEO 3210 – Geocomputation
GEO 3224 – Spatial Ecology and GIS
GEO 9113 – Geographical Data & Analysis
Supervised Graduate Students and Theses Titles
- M. Malekzadeh (Current) Computational Movement Analysis/ Urban Analysis/ Transportation
- A. Iyer (Current) Movement of birds along migration routes: habitat analysis and conservation
- R. Kirton (Current) Movement ecology of White Tailed Deer in Oklahoma
- B. Klar (joint-supervised) (Current) Spatial analysis of urban and regional travel patterns, and geostatistical analysis methods
- D. Liu (joint-supervised) (Current) Impact of Urban Design on Motor Vehicle Collisions
- J. McIlraith (Current) Environmental modelling, spatial analysis and GIS application development/ automation
Solène Marion, Althea Davies, Urška Demšar, R Justin Irvine, Philip A Stephens, Jed Long (2020) A systematic review of methods for studying the impacts of outdoor recreation on terrestrial wildlife. Global Ecology and Conservation e00917.
Urška Demšar, Jed A Long (2019) Potential path volume (PPV): a geometric estimator for space use in 3D. Movement Ecology 7(1), 14.
Jed A Long (2019) Estimating wildlife utilization distributions using randomized shortest paths Landscape Ecology 34(11):2509-2521.
Vanessa S Brum-Bastos, Jed A Long, Urška Demšar (2018) Weather effects on human mobility: a study using multi-channel sequence analysis. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 71: 131-152.
JA Long, Robert Weibel, Somayeh Dodge, Patrick Laube (2018) Moving ahead with computational movement analysis International Journal of Geographical Information Science 32(7):1275-1281.
Jed A Long (2018) Modeling movement probabilities within heterogeneous spatial fields Journal of Spatial Information Science 2018(16):85-116.
Jed Long, Colin Robertson, Trisalyn Nelson (2018) stampr: Spatial-Temporal Analysis of Moving Polygons in R. Journal of Statistical Software vol. 84.
J Long, S Marion, P Stephens, J Irvine (2018) Outdoor recreation and wildlife. Deer, Journal of the British Deer Society 18(9):42-45.
Caroline Damgaard, Darren McCauley, Jed Long (2017) Assessing the energy justice implications of bioenergy development in Nepal. Energy, Sustainability and Society 7(1):8.
Marie Le Roux, Mathilde Redon, Frédéric Archaux, Jed Long, Stéphane Vincent, Sandra Luque (2017) Conservation planning with spatially explicit models: a case for horseshoe bats in complex mountain landscapes. Landscape Ecology 32(5):1005-1021.
Ruth E Crawford, Jed A Long (2017) Habitat preferences of juvenile Scottish Ospreys Pandion haliaetus at stopover and wintering sites. Ringing & Migration 32(1):1-18.
Jed Long, Colin Robertson (2017) Comparing spatial patterns, Geography Compass 12(2).
Esther L Jones, Luke Rendell, Enrico Pirotta, Jed A Long (2016) Novel application of a quantitative spatial comparison tool to species distribution data. Ecological Indicators 70:67-78.
Katarzyna Siła-Nowicka, Jan Vandrol, Taylor Oshan, Jed A Long, Urška Demšar, A Stewart Fotheringham (2016) Analysis of human mobility patterns from GPS trajectories and contextual information. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 30(5):881-906.
Jed A Long (2016) Kinematic interpolation of movement data. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 30(5):854-868.
Sierra A Marantz, Jed A Long, Stephen L Webb, Kenneth L Gee, Andrew R Little, Stephen Demarais (2016) Impacts of human hunting on spatial behavior of white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus) Canadian Journal of Zoology 94(12):853-861.
Jed A Long, Stephen L Webb, Trisalyn A Nelson, Kenneth L Gee (2015) Mapping areas of spatial-temporal overlap from wildlife tracking data. Movement Ecology 3(1):38.
Jed Long, Trisalyn Nelson (2015) Home range and habitat analysis using dynamic time geography. The Journal of Wildlife Management 79(3):481-490.
Trisalyn Nelson, Jed Long, Karen Laberee, Benjamin Stewart (2015) A time geographic approach for delineating areas of sustained wildlife use. Annals of GIS 21(1):81-90.
Jed A Long (2015) Quantifying spatial-temporal interactions from wildlife tracking data: Issues of space, time, and statistical significance. Procedia Environmental Sciences 26:3-10.
Jed A Long, Trisalyn A Nelson, Stephen L Webb, Kenneth L Gee (2014) A critical examination of indices of dynamic interaction for wildlife telemetry studies. Journal of Animal Ecology 83(5):1216-1233.
Jed A Long, Trisalyn A Nelson, Farouk S Nathoo (2014) Toward a kinetic-based probabilistic time geography. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 28(5):855-874.
C Robertson, JA Long, FS Nathoo, TA Nelson, CCF Plouffe (2014) Assessing quality of spatial models using the structural similarity index and posterior predictive checks. Geographical Analysis 46(1):53-74.
Jed A Long, Trisalyn A Nelson (2013) Measuring dynamic interaction in movement data. Transactions in GIS 17(1):62-77.