Jan Ketil Rød
Background and activities
I work with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) particularly for studies on the effects of climate change.
I was appointed Professor at the Department of Geography in 2013. I teach and supervise students in Geographic Information Systems and Science (GIS & S) and Effects of Climate Change. My research is broadly in applying GIS addressing issues related to climate change adaptation, vulnerability, environmental hazards, accessibility of health services, disaggregated studies of armed conflicts, urban planning and the use of GIS in education - especially field based education.
Selection of current projects:
Transforming Citizen Science for Biodiversity
Scientific, academic and artistic work
A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database
- (2019) Breaking the Eyes: How Do Users Get Started with a Coordinated and Multiple Views Geovisualization Tool?. The Cartographic Journal.
- (2019) Sharing Incident and Threat Information for Common Situational Understanding. Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management.
- (2019) A community resilience index for Norway: An adaptation of the Baseline Resilience Indicators for Communities (BRIC). International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction. vol. 36 (May).
- (2018) Combining survey data, GIS and qualitative interviews in the analysis of health service access for persons with disabilities. BMC International Health and Human Rights. vol. 18 (26).
- (2018) Spatial multi-criteria decision analysis tool suite for consensus-based siting of renewable energy structures. Journal of Environmental Assessment Policy and Management. vol. 20 (3).
- (2018) Feltbasert undervisning. Kan digital teknologi og innsikt i studenters foretrukne læringsmetoder gjøre feltbasert undervisning bedre?. UNIPED. vol. 41 (4).
- (2018) Visual clutter reduction in zoomable proportional point symbol maps. Cartography and Geographic Information Science.
- (2018) Developing a dashboard visualizing compensation data on damages caused by extreme events. Kart og plan. vol. 78 (3).
- (2017) VisAdapt: A visualization tool to support climate change adaptation. IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications. vol. 37 (2).
- (2017) Star and polyline glyphs in a grid plot and on a map display: which perform better?. Cartography and Geographic Information Science. vol. 45 (5).
- (2017) Augmenting the usability of parallel coordinate plot: The polyline glyphs. Information Visualization. vol. 17 (2).
- (2017) Evaluating Flood Exposure for Properties in Urban Areas Using a Multivariate Modelling Technique. Water. vol. 9 (5).
- (2016) For your eyes only? Evaluating a coordinated and multiple views tool with a map, a parallel coordinated plot and a table using an eye-tracking approach. International Journal of Geographical Information Science. vol. 31 (2).
- (2016) Climate change effects at your doorstep: Geographic visualization to support Nordic homeowners in adapting to climate change. Applied Geography. vol. 74.
- (2015) Decision support for adaptive action - assessing the potential of geographic visualization. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management. vol. 58 (12).
- (2015) Ethnonationalism in post-war Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo The effects of local violence and ethnic composition. International Area Studies Review. vol. 18 (1).
- (2015) Facilitating climate change adaptation through communication: Insights from the development of a visualization tool. Energy Research & Social Science. vol. 10.
- (2015) An attraction-based cellular automaton model for generating spatiotemporal population maps in urban areas. Environment and Planning, B: Planning and Design. vol. 43 (2).
- (2015) Climate change, natural hazards, and risk perception: the role of proximity and personal experience. Local Environment : the International Journal of Justice and Sustainability. vol. 20 (4).
- (2015) Three core activities toward a relevant Integrated vulnerability assessment: validate, visualize, and negotiate. Journal of Risk Research. vol. 18 (7).