Department of Geography
Member, Brock Environmental Sustainability Research Centre (ESRC)
Department of Geography
Office: Mackenzie Chown, C-block, Room 325
Phone: 905-688-5550, ext. 4556
Ph.D. (Waterloo), MES (Waterloo), B.A. Honours with a Concentration in Geographic Information Processing (Carleton)
- Geomatics approaches to vineyard management
- Water resources and water quality management
- Sustainable agriculture/viticulture practices
- Remote sensing of wetland ecosystems
- Hyperspectral image-analysis techniques
- Land-use/land-cover mapping and monitoring
Undergraduate Courses Taught
Geography 2P07: Foundation of Geomatics
Geography 3P07: Remote Sensing
Geography 3P83: Geography of Water Resources
Geography 4P07: Advanced Remote Sensing
Geography 4P83: Research Themes in Water Resources
Graduate Courses Taught
Geography 5P03: Quantitative Analysis in Geography
Geography 5P25: Advanced Topics in Geomatics
Sustainability Science and Society 5P03: Problem Solving in the Environment
Selected Presentations and Publications
Referred Journal Articles, Book Chapters and Other Publications
Letterhof, D., Brown, R., Reynolds, A., and Jollineau, M. (submitted). Using remote sensing to understand vineyard variability: Pinot Noir in Niagara, Ontario. Canadian Journal of Plant Science.
Marciniak, M., Brown, R., Reynolds, A., and Jollineau, M. (2015). Use of remote sensing to understand the terroir of the Niagara Peninsula. Applications in a Riesling vineyard. Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin.
Jollineau, M., and Fast, V. (2013). The use of geospatial technologies for improved vineyard management decisions in the Niagara Region. In Ripmeester, M., Mackintosh, P.G., and Fullerton, C. (eds.), The World of Niagara Wine. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.
Jollineau, M. and Tasker, V. (2012). Integration of geomatics technologies for improved vineyard management in the Niagara Region of Ontario, Canada. In de Blij, H.J., P.O. Muller and C. Nash (eds.), Geography: Realms, Regions and Concepts. First Canadian Edition, John Wiley & Sons Inc.
Baird, J., Plummer, R., Bullock, R., Dupont, D., Renzetti, R., Heinmiller, T., Jollineau, M., Kubik, W., and Vasseur, L. (2014). Resilience perceptions and governance approaches: a lens for investigating water dilemmas. Climate Adaptation and Water Governance Seminar, June 27, Stockholm Environment Institute, University of York, York, UK.
Baird, J., Plummer, R., and Jollineau, M. (2014). Agricultural advice networks: who influences farmer decision making about land and water management? Paper presented at the Annual Canadian Water Resources Association (CWRA) Conference, June 2-6, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.
Valenti, J., Baird, J., Jollineau, M., and Plummer, R. (2014). Applying a Geospatial Social Network Analysis to Agricultural Advice Networks. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, May 26-30, St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada.
Fast, V. and Jollineau, M. (2013). Spatial patterns of temporal stability of soil moisture within vineyards in the Niagara Region of Ontario, Canada. Paper presented at the joint Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, Ontario Division and the East Lakes Division of the American Association of Geographers (CAGONT/ELDAAG 2013), October 25-26, University of Toledo, Toledo, Ohio, USA.
Fast, V., Jollineau, M., and Reynolds, A. (2013). Measuring "stable variability" in soil moisture within vineyards in the Niagara Region of Ontario. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers, August 11-15, St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada.