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Applications: Policy Research, Population Sciences, Social Sciences, Urban Planning Methodologies: Data Visualization, Econometrics, Geographic Information Systems, Predictive Modeling, Spatio-Temporal Data Analysis, Statistical Inference, Statistical Modeling, Statistics, Survey Methodology, Time Series Analysis

Victoria Morckel

Associate Professor, Geography, Planning, & Environment

Dr. Morckel uses spatial and statistical methods to examine ways to improve quality of life for people living in shrinking, deindustrialized cities in the Midwestern United States. She is especially interested in the causes and consequences of population loss, including issues of vacancy, blight, and neighborhood change.

Suitability Analysis Results: Map of Potential Properties to Naturalize in the City of Flint, Michigan.