Anna Dmowska

Dr. Anna Dmowska works in the Faculty of Geography at the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, Poland. She obtained her PhD in 2012 from the Adam Mickiewicz University - the topic of her dissertation was "Spatial and temporal variability of surface water quality in postglacial catchments." She is interested in the application of statistics, data mining and GIS to geographical research. In Poznan she teaches classes in the fields of geoinformatics, geostatistics, spatial analysis, statistics, and geographical information systems. Currently her goals are to develop demographic grids of US Census Bureau data and a content-based search tool for them.

 Current projects:

  • developing high resolution population grids for the entire United States
  • developing racial diversity grids for the entire United States.

Journal papers: 

  • A. Dmowska, T. F. Stepinski, P. Netzel (2017) Comprehensive framework for visualizing and analyzing spatio-temporal dynamics of racial diversity in the entire United States, PLoS ONE 12 (3): e0174993. paper (open access)
  • A. Dmowska and T. F. Stepinski (2017) A high resolution population grid for the conterminous United States: The 2010 edition. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 61, pp. 13-23. paper, preprint
  • A. Dmowska and T. F. Stepinski (2016) Mapping changes in spatial patterns of racial diversity across the entire United States with application to a 1990–2000 period, Applied Geography 68, pp. 1-8 paper
  • A. Dmowska and T.F. Stepinski (2014) High resolution dasymetric model of U.S demographics with application to spatial distribution of racial diversity. Applied Geography 53, pp417-426. paper, preprint.

Chapters:

  • A. Dmowska, T. F. Stepinski, 2017. High-Resolution population grids for the entire conterminous United States. In: Griffith D., Chun Y., Dean D. (eds.) Advances in Geocomputation. Advances in Geographic Information Science. Springer, Cham, pp. 35–46

Conferences:

  • A.Dmowska, T.F. Stepinski, Evolution of Racial Diversity in Newly Built American Housing Subdivisions. European Colloquium on Theoretical and Quantitative Geography (ECTQG 2017), York, UK, 7.09-11.09.2017.
  • A.Dmowska, T.F. Stepinski, Spatial Approach to Identifying Trends in Racial Composition Changes for Large American Cities, 1990-2000-2010. GeoComputation 2017, Leeds, UK, 4.09-7.09.2017
  • A.Dmowska, T.Stepinski,  Mapping Changes of Racial Composition in the United States: 1990–2010, Annual Meeting of Population Association of America, Chicago, IL, April 26-29 2017 paper
  • A. Dmowska (2016) R as a tool for geospatial modeling in large dataset   - dasymetric modeling example on the continental scale (United States). European R users meeting (eRum), Poznań, 12-14.06.2016.
  • A. Dmowska, T. F. Stepinski, P. Netzel, (2016) High resolution multi- year compatible dasymetric models of  U.S population. In: Miller, J., O’Sullivan, D., Wiegand, N. (Eds.), Ninth International Conference on GIScience Short Paper Proceedings, GIScience 2016, Montreal, 27.09- 30.09.2016 paper
  • A. Dmowska, T.F. Stepinski (2015) High resolution population grids for the entire United States. GeoComputation 2015, Dallas, Texas, May 20-23 2015. paper
  • A. Dmowska, T.F. Stepinski, P. Netzel (2015) Web application for spatial exploration of racial diversity over the entire United States at 90 m resolution. Population Association of America 2015, San Diego, California, April 30 - May 2 2015. paper
  • A. Dmowska and T.F. Stepinski (2014) U.S. Race Diversity Dynamics During the 1990-2000 Period at 90m Spatial Resolution. Presented in May 2014 at the Second Conference at Villa Vigoni, on the topic of "Ecosystems and human wellbeing in the green economy" May 25 - 31, 2014 Villa Vigoni, Italy poster

 

Published on  November 17th, 2017