Lecturer in Physical & Quantitative Geography at King's College LondonI am a broadly trained geographer and landscape ecologist with expertise in developing bespoke computational and statistical modelling tools to investigate spatial ecological and socio-economic processes and their interaction.
My research, publications and teaching have focused on vegetation succession-disturbance dynamics and human decision-making in multifunctional forest and agricultural landscapes of North America and Europe using statistical, simulation and spatial modelling tools. I also have interests in the different epistemological roles models and modelling can play in furthering geographical understanding.
This website provides an overview of my research [under construction] and publications. You can also read my blog and view my twitter feed to see recent musings and news about activities. Feel free to get in touch via jamesdamillington[at]gmail.com and download my CV.