Geography @Guelph is home to internationally acclaimed faculty whose research focuses on the interaction of human and environmental systems and spans the natural and social sciences. Our faculty produce high quality research, attract external research grants and awards ($6million since 2009), and disseminate research results within scholarly venues and to non-academic stakeholders.
Faculty Research Programs
- Hydrology and Remote Sensing Lab - Aaron Berg
- Feeding 9 Billion - Evan Fraser
- Geomorphometry & Hydrogeomatics Research Laboratory - John Lindsay
- The Social Life of Waste - Kate Parizeau
- Surface Process Research Group (SPRG) - Jaclyn Cockburn
- Nature.Culture.Politics - Roberta Hawkins, Jennifer Silver, Noella Gray, Robin Roth, Eric Nost
- Watershed Evaluation Group - Wanhong Yang
- Canadian Census of Industrial Establishments, 1871 - Prof. Emeritus Dr. G.T. Bloomfield and Dr. E. Bloomfield
- British Electric History - Prof Emeritus Dr. G.T. Bloomfield
Also check out individual Faculty Profiles for a listing of their research interests and endeavours.
Graduate Research Projects
Check out our graduate student research interests, which align closely with their faculty advisors.
Undergraduate Research Projects
Check out our undergraduate student research projects based on coursework in Geog4480 Applied Geomatics (2020).
Please note: The work presented here were created by students at the University of Guelph as part of an undergraduate course in the Department of Geography, Environment and Geomatics. They are not intended to reflect the aims, objectives or policies of any level of government, or of any other organizations involved or referenced in these projects. While we strive to educate the students on making their files AODA compliant, they do not necessarily meet this compliancy standard.