Eugene W. Martin

Visiting Instructor
Ph.C., University of Washington, 2002

TOPICAL/REGIONAL INTERESTS

Geographic information science; modeling, data quality and reuse, knowledge development.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

GIS implementation and organizational development, natural resources management, sustainability, public participation, and society/technology interactions.

SCHOLARSHIP ACTIVITIES

  1. Martin, E. W. 2010. Knowledge production geographic information systems and restoration of the Puget Sound, University of Washington Department of Geography.
  2. Martin, E. W., C. Davis, and T. Schaub. 2002. Pavement. Durning, A. T. & Northwest Environment Watch (Eds.), This Place on Earth 2002: Measuring What Matters (pp. 23-33). Seattle: Northwest Environment Watch (now Sightline).
  3. Martin, E. W., D. Munro, and R. Weeks. 2002. Images to Information Workshop: Remotely Sensed Data for GIS Applications. Workshop schedule and materials. March 8-9 and March 29-30, 2002, Seattle, WA. University of Washington Educational Outreach.
  4. Martin, E. W., 2000. Actor-networks and implementation: examples from conservation GIS in Ecuador. International Journal of Geographic Information Science, 14, 715-738.
  5. Member of the Association of American Geographers, Society for Conservation GIS Society for Social Studies of Science, and Urban and Regional Information Systems Association.
  6. International Journal of Geographic Information Science peer reviewer, 2009 – present.