GCUT – GIS & Cartography at the University of Toronto – Technical Paper Series
This series has been initiated as a way to document and disseminate research methods developed for projects undertaken in the GIS and Cartography Office. Usually these projects are related to grant-funded research by Department of Geography faculty or other university collaborators. In most cases, they allow innovative GIS research methodology to be described in detail for the purposes of review and replication, and to be referenced by shorter publications in academic journals or other summary formats.
Technical Paper No. 1
Du, Paul; Burchfield, Marcy; Moldofsky, Byron and Ashley, Jo. 2007. A guide for deriving a consolidated built-up urban area for the Toronto metropolitan region using satellite imagery. (Supported by research grant funding from the NEPTIS Foundation.)
Technical Paper No. 2
Burchfield, Marcy; Moldofsky, Byron and Ashley, Jo. 2007. A methodology for estimating the historical rate of residential intensification between 1991 and 2001 for the Toronto Region (Supported by research grant funding from the NEPTIS Foundation.)
Technical Paper No. 3
Moldofsky, Byron; Ngan, Justin; Colantonio, Angela. 2008. Methods developed for using Geographical Information Systems to inform targeted rehabilitation and prevention services for traumatic brain injury: analysis of regional count data at the census subdivision level.