Staff Profile:Dr Geoffrey Griffiths

Name:
Dr Geoff Griffiths
Job Title:
Lecturer
Responsibilities:
  • Undergraduate Admissions Officer
  • Undergraduate Teaching: Career Development Skills; GIS and Mapping; Biogeography and Ecosystems; Human and Physical Geography Fieldclass; Biodiversity and Conservation Field Class
  • Masters Teaching: Urban Ecology, Hydrology & Hazards
Areas of Interest:
  • Landscape and biodiversity
  • GIS and habitat restoration
  • Biodiversity of tropical forests
  • Application of GIS techniques for habitat restoration
  • Development of GIS/remote sensing techniques for predictive vegetation mapping: Brazil, Mediterranean
  • Understanding relationship between landscape character and biodiversity
  • Methods for evaluation of ecological quality
Research groups / Centres:

Human Environments Research Group

Key Facts:

Fellow of Royal Geographical Society, Member British Ecological Society, Secretary of International Association for Landscape Ecology (UK)

Publications:
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Earlier Publications

McLure, J.T. and Griffiths, G.H. (2002) Historic landscape reconstruction and visualization, West Oxfordshire. Trans. GIS, 6, 1, 69-78.

Ferrier, G., White, K., Griffiths, G.H., Bryant, R. and Stefouli, M. (2002) The mapping of hydrothermal alteration zones on the island of Lesvos, Greece, using an integrated remote sensing dataset. International Journal of Remote Sensing 23, 341-356.

Refereed:

McLure JT & Griffiths, GH, (2002). Historic landscape reconstruction and visualization, West Oxfordshire, England. Transactions in GIS, 1 (6), 69-78.

Vogiatzakis, IN & Griffiths, GH, (2001). Vegetation-environment relationships in Lefka Ori (Crete, Greece): ordination results from montane-mediterranean and oro-mediterranean communities. Ecologia mediterranea 2(1), 15-32.

Vogiatzakis, I.N. & Griffiths, G.H., (2000). Predicting the distribution of plant communities in the Lefka Ori of Crete using GIS. Aspects of Applied Biology, 58, 357-362.

Griffiths, G.H. & Mather, P.M., (2000). Remote sensing & landscape ecology: landscape patterns & landscape change. International Journal of Remote Sensing 21, 2537-2539.

Griffiths, G.H., Lee, J. & Eversham, B.C., (2000). Landscape pattern & species richness; regional scale analysis from remote sensing. International Journal of Remote Sensing 21, 2685-2704.

Griffiths, G.H., Eversham, B.C. & Roy, D.B, (1999). Habitat quality and nature conservation in Great Britain: data sources & methods. Global Ecology & Biogeography 8, 329-345.

Conference proceedings & book chapters:

Griffiths, G.H. & Wooding, M.G., (1996) Temporal monitoring of soil moisture using ERS-1 SAR data. Hydrological Processes 10, 1127-1138.)

Green, R.E. & Griffiths, G.H., (1994). Use of preferred nesting habitat by stone curlews Burhinus oedicnemus in relation to vegetation structure. Jnl. Zoology., Lond, 233, 457-471.

Griffiths, G.H. (ed.), (1995). Landscape Ecology: Theory & Application. p. 210.

Wooding, M.G. & Griffiths, G.H., (1994). Crop discrimination using multi-temporal ERS-1 SAR data. In: Proc. Second ERS-1 Symposium, Hamburg, 51-56.

Griffiths, G.H, Smith, J.M., Veitch, N. & Aspinall, R., (1993). The ecological interpretation of satellite imagery with special reference to bird habitats. In: Haines-Young, R, Green, D.R. & Cousins, S.H. (eds.), Landscape Ecology and GIS. Taylor & Francis, 255-272.

Griffiths, G.H., Wooding M.G. & Blyth, K., (1993). Monitoring soil moisture in semi-arid areas with ERS-1. Earth Observation Quarterly, 42, 1-5.

Deane, G.C. & Griffiths G.H., (1991). Landscape change statistics in England & Wales, Monitoring Countryside Change by Remote Sensing & Sampling. Eds. WM Adams & LTC Budd, Packard, p.224.

Griffiths G.H. & Wooding M.G., (1988). Pattern analysis and the ecological interpretation of satellite imagery. Proc. IGARRS '88 Symposium, Edinburgh, 13-16 September. Ref. ESA SP-284, p. 917-921.

Qualifications:
MA (Cambridge) PhD (Aston)

 

Geoffrey Griffiths

Contact Details

Email:
g.h.griffiths@reading.ac.uk
Telephone:
+44 (0) 118 378 8737

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