Mark W. Horner is Professor of Geography at The Florida State University. Mark earned the Ph.D. in Geography from The Ohio State University (2002), where he was honored with the Willard and Ruby S. Miller fellowship for Outstanding Geography Graduate Student (2002). In 2009, Mark was given a Developing Scholar Award (DSA) from the Florida State University Council on Research and Creativity. Mark is a past Chair of the Spatial Analysis and Modeling Group (SAM) of the Association of American Geographers. He serves as a U.S. Editor for the journal Transportation (Springer) and serves on the editorial boards of Computers, Environment, and Urban Systems (Elsevier), Travel Behaviour and Society (Elsevier), and the Journal of Transportation and Land Use. He currently chairs Transportation Research Board (TRB) standing committee ADD20 – Social and Economic Factors of Transportation and is a member of TRB standing committee ABJ60 – Geographic Information Science and Applications.
Mark’s research deals with (1) the sustainability of transportation and urban land use phenomena, (2) spatial modeling and decision support in urban, regional, and environmental contexts, and (3) understanding issues of representation in geographic information science and their implications for theory and practice.
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