Dr Paul Brindley is the research associate for Work Package 1 on the geography of the natural environment, socio-economic deprivation and health inequalities in Sheffield. Paul has over fifteen years’ experience of spatial data analysis and has worked on over fifty research projects including the official Rural-Urban Definitions for England and Wales (Client: Defra, ONS, DCLG, Welsh Assembly). His research interests centre on the socio-economic applications of Geographic Information Science (GIS). In particular, his work explores the importance of scale within data analysis and the generation of vague geographic places.
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