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Lorraine Barry

<p>Lorraine Barry</p>

Lorraine Barry


BSc Geography with Extended Studies in Europe Queens University Belfast 2001.
MA with Distinction Geographical Information Systems for Business and Service Planning University of Leeds 2003.

Postgraduate & GIS Research Technician School of GAP



GIS Research Unit

School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology (GAP)
Queen’s University Belfast
Belfast, BT7 1NN
Northern Ireland


+44 (0)28 9097 3399

Current Teaching:

Customised GIS teaching, training and consultancy

Current Research:

Society, Space and Culture

Modelling Population Movements in Northern Ireland and Beyond


The Population Geography of Great Britain c.1290: a Provisional Reconstruction. In POPULATION, WELFARE AND ECONOMIC CHANGE IN BRITAIN,  Edited by CHRIS BRIGGS, PETER KITSON & S.J. THOMPSON

Assessing modern ground survey methods and airborne laser scanning for digital terrain modelling: A case study from the Lake District, England. Computers & Geosciences, Volume 51, February 2013, Pages 216-227, ISSN 0098-3004.

Slope Failures and their  response to rainfall intensity: an example for Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland, July 2007. Geography, 92 (2): 69-77

Additional Information:


Cinema and Architecture in the City (Institute for Collaborative Research in the Humanities)

Digital Atlas of Derry ~ Londonderry

Mapping Medieval Chester



Presentation at FOSS4G-NA 2015, San Francisco, March 2015.

Presentation at Conference of Irish Geographers, May 2015.

Presentation at PopFest, Plymouth University, July 2015