Department of Geography
President, Canadian Association of Geographers - Ontario Division (CAGONT)
Associate, 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), M.E.S. (Waterloo), B.A. Honours with a Concentration in Geographic Information Processing (Carleton)
- Remote sensing of wetland ecosystems
- Water resources management
- Geomatics approaches to vineyard management
- 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
Refereed Journal Articles:
Letterhof, D., Brown, R., Reynolds, A., and Jollineau, M. (submitted). Using remote sensing to understand vineyard variability: Pinot Noir in Niagara, Ontario. Journal International des Sciences de la Vigne et du Vin.
Jollineau, M., Wilson, H., and P. Howarth, 2008. Heterogeneity characteristics of an inland wetland environment through spatio-spectral analysis. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 34 (3): 206-219.
Jollineau, M. and P. Howarth, 2008. Information extraction from hyperspectral data for inland wetland mapping. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 29 (12): 3609-3631.
Leahy, M., Jollineau, M., Howarth, P. and Gillespie, A., 2005. Development of change-detection methods for monitoring the impacts of climate change on wetlands at Long Point, Ontario. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 31 (3): 240-254.
Chapters in Edited Books:
Jollineau, M. and V. Tasker (forthcoming). The use of geospatial technologies for improved vineyard management decisions in the Niagara Region. In Ripmeester, M., P. G. Mackintosh, and C. Fullerton (eds.), The World of Niagara Wine. Waterloo, ON: Wilfrid Laurier University Press.
Guest Field Note in an Edited Textbook:
Jollineau, M. and V. Tasker (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.