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Murray Scown

Associate Senior Lecturer

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Murray Scown is a geographer with a passion for spatial analyses of complex, coupled environmental and social systems. His research utilises large geospatial datasets and GIS to map, measure, model, and manage land use and river systems across a range of scales from local to global. His research focuses on understanding the interacting spatial and temporal dynamics of environmental change, land use, power, and institutions. He is involved in ongoing interdisciplinary research with collaborators in the Netherlands, Poland, USA, and Australia exploring social-ecological resilience in land and river systems that are potentially threatened by environmental and societal change.