Markus Moos on WNPR: Atlas of Suburbanisms featured on Where We Live “Suburbs 4.0”

Conneticut public radio calls on Markus Moos and the Atlas of Suburbanisms as part of a radio segment on the changing nature of the suburbs

Atlas maps featured at Strip Appeal design charette

A research team from the City-Region Studies Centre at the University of Alberta recently made use of Atlas of Suburbanisms maps as part of a design charette for the Strip Appeal urban design competition

Estimating Canada’s suburban population

Suburban nature of Toronto rendered in Google Earth, using Gordon's "Transportation" method

A team led by Professor David Gordon at Queen’s University estimates that up to two-thirds of Canadians may be living in suburban areas. They use Statistics Canada data to designate neighbourhoods as suburban or urban based on density and commuting patterns. Findings are presented in visually intriguing ways using a combination of census maps and Google Earth.

Guest Lecture – Dr. John Lewis, School of Planning – PLAN 675 July 10, 2012

Prof. John Lewis, School of Planning, led a guest lecture offering his take on the unique task of writing and publishing for private sector and political audiences, drawing on his own experiences as a consultant

School of Planning | University of Waterloo

Faculty of Environment | University of Waterloo

This research was supported by SSHRC through funding from the MCRI Global suburbansims: governance, land, and infrastructure in the 21st century (2010-2017)