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Applied spatial modelling for population, health and the environment Event

University of Southampton Global Health Research Institute
12:00 - 13:00
1 June 2016
Building 44, Room 3033 Highfield Campus, University of Southampton SO17 1BJ

For more information regarding this event, please email Nicola Wardrop at .

Event details

A PhD Student in Geography and Environment, will talk about his recent PhD work, which examines potential ways of modelling populations with access to certain types of water source using water point data. These meetings are intended for everyone with an interest in the application of spatial analysis and modelling methods. All are welcome to join us – it’s a great opportunity to get together and discuss on-going research, methods, conferences, publications and more in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. Feel free to bring your lunch.

Applied spatial modelling for population, health and the environment. The applied spatial modelling seminar group will be meeting once a month, with an alternating focus on population/health and the environment, although the topics discussed should be of wider interest and will give the opportunity for those using spatial modelling methods to interact and hear about approaches in other application areas.

If you would like to give a talk or chair a discussion or journal club at a future meeting, please get in touch with Nicola Wardrop (population and health topics:  or Felix Eigenbrod (environment topics:


The dates of the next sessions are as follows:

(All to be held in Building 44)

  • Wed 6th July - room 3033
  • Wed 3rd August – room 1087
  • Wed 7th September - room 1087
  • Wed 5th October - room 1087
  • Wed 2nd November - room 1087
  • Wed 7th December - room 1087 
Deatils of these will be posted here in due course:
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