Environmental Sciences Research Institute
Dr Paul McKenzie
Lecturer in Geography
School of Environmental Sciences
University of Ulster
Tel: +44(0)28 70124628
2004 – 2007 PhD, Remote sensing for landscape ecology, University of Ulster
2002 – 2003 MSc (Distinction) in Geographic Information Systems, University of Ulster
2001 – 2002 PGCE (Primary), University of Ulster
1998 – 2001 BSc (Hons) Geography , University of Ulster
2006 – Present Lecturer, University of Ulster
2009 - Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society
- Testing and development of spatial metrics to quantify habitat patterns across broad spatial scales
- Integration of Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing technologies to monitor land use/land cover change
- Identifying patterns and changes in urban form and structure
- Fuel poverty
Regional Committee Member of Royal Geographical Society
Member of the Irish Earth Observation group
2012: Habitats Directive Article 17 reporting: completion of Upland and Woodland Habitat surveillance reports for Northern Ireland: Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA).
2012: iMap GIS in Schools project, Access and Distributed Learning (ADL) Outreach Funding, University of Ulster.
2012: Area-based approach to tackling fuel poverty, Office of First Minister and Deputy First Minister (OFMDFM).
2011: Northern Ireland Countryside Survey 2007: Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA).
2010: Smart people, Smarter Meters, Northern Ireland Electricity (NIE) SMART Programme.
2010: Online Dissertation Support System, University of Ulster, Centre for Higher Educational Practice (with colleagues from the School of Environmental Sciences, University of Ulster).
2009-10: E-facilitated Assessment and Feedback, University of Ulster, CETL R & R programme (with colleagues from the School of Environmental Sciences, University of Ulster).
2005: OASIS (Optimizing Access to Spot Infrastructure for Science) scheme for SPOT satellite imagery at multiple spatial scales.
Geographic Information Systems and Science; Remote Sensing; Geosurveillance; Programming for GIS; GIS Databases.