Antoni Moore
Antoni Moore
Associate Professor in Geographic Information Science, University of Otago
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Geospatial big data and cartography: research challenges and opportunities for making maps that matter
AC Robinson, U Demšar, AB Moore, A Buckley, B Jiang, K Field, ...
International Journal of Cartography 3 (sup1), 32-60, 2017
Personal, social and environmental correlates of active transport to school among adolescents in Otago, New Zealand
S Mandic, S Leon De La Barra, E García Bengoechea, E Stevens, ...
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport, 2014
Built environment associates of active school travel in New Zealand children and youth: a systematic meta-analysis using individual participant data
E Ikeda, T Stewart, N Garrett, V Egli, S Mandic, J Hosking, K Witten, ...
Journal of Transport & Health 9, 117-131, 2018
Geostatistical modelling, analysis and mapping of epidemiology of dengue fever in Johor State, Malaysia
SB Seng, AK Chong, A Moore
Adolescents' perceptions of cycling versus walking to school: understanding the New Zealand context
S Mandic, D Hopkins, EG Bengoechea, C Flaherty, J Williams, L Sloane, ...
Journal of Transport & Health 4, 294-304, 2017
The dynamic geometry of geographical vector agents
Y Hammam, A Moore, P Whigham
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 31 (5), 502-519, 2007
The extraction and utilization of local and scientific geospatial knowledge within the Bluff oyster fishery, New Zealand
GB Hall, A Moore, P Knight, N Hankey
Journal of environmental management 90 (6), 2055-2070, 2009
Mapping the environment through three-dimensional space and time
K Morris, D Hill, A Moore
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 24 (5), 435-450, 2000
Enrolling in the closest school or not? Implications of school choice decisions for active transport to school
S Mandic, S Sandretto, EG Bengoechea, D Hopkins, A Moore, J Rodda, ...
Journal of Transport & Health 6, 347-357, 2017
Built Environment and Active Transport to School (BEATS) Study: protocol for a cross-sectional study
S Mandic, J Williams, A Moore, D Hopkins, C Flaherty, G Wilson, ...
BMJ open 6 (5), e011196, 2016
Sexual segregation in juvenile New Zealand sea lion foraging ranges: implications for intraspecific competition, population dynamics and conservation
ES Leung, BL Chilvers, S Nakagawa, AB Moore, BC Robertson
PloS one 7 (9), e45389, 2012
The visualisation of uncertainty in spatially-referenced attribute data using trustworthy data structures
J Kardos, A Moore, GL Benwell
The visualisation of uncertainty for spatially referenced census data using hierarchical tessellations
J Kardos, G Benwell, A Moore
Transactions in GIS 9 (1), 19-34, 2005
Built Environment and Active Transport to School (BEATS) Study: Multidisciplinary and multi-sector collaboration for physical activity promotion
S Mandic, A Mountfort, D Hopkins, C Flaherty, J Williams, E Brook, ...
RETOS. Nuevas Tendencias en Educación Física, Deporte y Recreación, 197-202, 2015
Geospatial expert systems
T Moore
GeoComputation, 127-159, 2000
Physical and spatial assessment of school neighbourhood built environments for active transport to school in adolescents from Dunedin (New Zealand)
T Pocock, A Moore, M Keall, S Mandic
Health & place 55, 1-8, 2019
Foraging behaviour indicates marginal marine habitat for New Zealand sea lions: remnant versus recolonising populations
AA Augé, BL Chilvers, AB Moore, LS Davis
Marine Ecology Progress Series 432, 247-256, 2011
Importance of studying foraging site fidelity for spatial conservation measures in a mobile predator
AA Augé, BL Chilvers, AB Moore, LS Davis
Animal Conservation 17 (1), 61-71, 2014
Aggregation and dispersion of female New Zealand sea lions at the Sandy Bay breeding colony, Auckland Islands: how unusual is their spatial behaviour?
AA Augé, BL Chilvers, A Moore, R Mathieu, BC Robertson
Behaviour 146 (9), 1287, 2009
An expert system for integrated coastal zone management: a geomorphological case study
T Moore, K Morris, G Blackwell, S Gibson, A Stebbing
Marine Pollution Bulletin 37 (3-7), 361-370, 1999
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