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Mark Horner

Mark Horner

Associate Professor, Geography, Florida State University

Phone: (850) 644-8377

323 Bellamy Building: Room 306
Tallahassee, FL 32306



Doctor of Philosophy, Ohio University, 2002

Research Interests:

Dr. Horner joined the Florida State University Department of Geography in 2004. He has held prior appointments at Texas State University and the Center for Urban and Regional Analysis at The Ohio State University. Dr. Horner’s interests are in geographic information systems and science, transportation, and urban-regional analysis. His current research projects focus on spatial modeling and decision support in urban, regional, and environmental contexts, and measuring the sustainability of urban land use and transportation trends. Professor Horner chairs the Spatial Analysis and Modeling group of the Association of American Geographers. He is on the editorial board of and is a member of two of the National Academies’ Transportation Research Board’s (TRB) standing committees (ADD20, ABJ20).

Publications List:

  • Mark W. Horner. 2008. 'Optimal' Accessibility Landscapes? Development of a New Methodology for Simulating and Assessing Jobs-housing Relationships in Urban Regions. Urban Studies 45(8), 1583-1602.
  • Mark W. Horner. 2004. Commuting, Congestion and Transport Sustainability. Book chapter in World Minds: 100 Solutions for Saving Planet Earth. Edited by Donald Janelle et al., Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 171: 175.