Journal Articles

  1. & ICT use and connectivity of minority communities in Wales.
  2. & Measuring access to primary health care using two-step floating catchment areas and a public/private multi-modal transport model. Plurimondi: An International Forum for Research and Debate on Human Settlement. Reflections on theoretical and quantitative geography (I) 8(16), 29-52.
  3. & A best practice framework to measure spatial variation in alcohol availability. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 239980831877376
  4. & Modelling spatial access to General Practitioner surgeries: Does public transport availability matter?. Journal of Transport & Health 6, 143-154.
  5. & Geocoding routinely collected administrative data to measure access to alcohol outlets in Wales. International Journal for Population Data Science 1(1)
  6. & Linking child travel routes and routine health data. International Journal for Population Data Science 1(1)
  7. & The use of multi-sourced linked datasets in evaluating the Emergency Medical Retrieval and Transfer Service (EMRTS) CYMRU. International Journal for Population Data Science 1(1)
  8. & Change in alcohol outlet density and alcohol-related harm to population health (CHALICE): a comprehensive record-linked database study in Wales. Public Health Research 4(3), 1-184.
  9. & Multi-modal two-step floating catchment area analysis of primary health care accessibility. Health & Place 38, 70-81.
  10. Alcohol outlet density and harm to population health: literature review.
  11. & Using Routinely Collected Administrative Data in Public Health Research: Geocoding Alcohol Outlet Data. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy
  12. Change in alcohol outlet density and the risk of violent crime.
  13. Quantifying the Error Associated with Alternative GIS-based Techniques to Measure Access to Health Care Services. AIMS Public Health 2(4), 746-761.
  14. The Quality of Local Authority Spatial Data.
  15. & Investigating variations in the provision of digital services in public libraries using network-based GIS models. Library & Information Science Research 35(1), 24-32.
  16. Digital inclusion and connectivity of minority communities: the case of communities of disabled people.
  17. Digital Inclusion and Connectivity of Minority Communities: The Case of Communities of Disabled People.
  18. Collection of individual/community child safety data to develop a ‘Child Safety Index’.
  19. Benchmarking policy action on child safety using evidence based indicators in 31 countries.
  20. 7 Digital Inclusion and Connectivity of Minority Communities.
  21. & The WISERD Geoportal: A Tool for the Discovery, Analysis and Visualization of Socio-economic (Meta-) Data for Wales. Transactions in GIS 16(2), 105-124.
  22. & Measuring transit system accessibility using a modified two-step floating catchment technique. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 26(2), 193-214.
  23. & Investigating the implications of using alternative GIS-based techniques to measure accessibility to green space. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 39(2), 326-343.
  24. The institutional and cultural challenges to developing portals for inter-disciplinary data sharing: some reflections from WISERD.
  25. & Change in alcohol outlet density and alcohol-related harm to population health (CHALICE). BMC Public Health 12(1), 428
  26. & Using floating catchment analysis (FCA) techniques to examine intra-urban variations in accessibility to public transport opportunities: the example of Cardiff, Wales. Journal of Transport Geography 25, 1-14.
  27. Improving road ice prediction through the introduction of GIS gererated geographical parameters to an ice forecasting model.
  28. & Web-based GIS Approaches to Enhance Public Participation in Wind Farm Planning. Transactions in GIS 15(2), 147-172.
  29. & Building a geo-portal for enhancing collaborative socio-economic research in Wales using open-source technology. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education 2(1), 78-92.
  30. & A GIS Based Approach to Predicting Road Surface Temperatures. 4857, 16-29.
  31. Examining the potential of Internet-based geographical information systems to promote public participation in wind farm planning.


  1. & Management of Broadband Technology and Innovation.

Conference Contributions

  1. & (0). Mapping interview transcript records: theoretical, technical and cartographical challenges. Lancaster, UK.: Annual GIS research UK (GISRUK) conference.
  2. & (2010). An evaluation of online GIS-based landscape and visual impact assessment tools and their potential for enhancing public participation in the UK. Presented at International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences - ISPRS Archives,

Other Research Outputs

  1. & 68 Implementation of the ‘School Travel Safety Survey’ for Data Linkage Research. Injury Prevention 22(Suppl 2), A26.2-A27.
  2. & 597 A design for the evaluation of the emergency medical retrieval and transfer service (EMRTS) Cymru. Injury Prevention 22(Suppl 2), A214.2-A214.
  3. & 417 Incidence and epidemiology of burns treated in the welsh centre for burns. Injury Prevention 22(Suppl 2), A152.3-A153.
  4. & 302 Alcohol outlet density and hospital admissions for alcohol-related injury: an electronic record-linked cohort study. Injury Prevention 22(Suppl 2), A110.2-A110.
  5. & (2012). The impact of the physical environment on children's physical activity: Assessing the quality of local playgrounds. (Unpublished).
  6. (2009). An evaluation of online GIS-based landscape and visual impact assessment tools and their potential for enhancing public participation in wind farm planning in the UK.