Some Recent Publications*

 

BOOKS

 

  1. Pettit, C., Cartwright, W., Bishop, I., Lowell, K., Puller, D. and Duncan, D. (eds.), (2008) Landscape Analysis and Visualisation, Spatial Models for Natural Resource Management and Planning. Springer-Verlag, Berlin
  2. Bishop, I.D. and Lange, E. (eds) (2005) Visualization in landscape and environmental planning: technology and applications, London, Taylor and Francis.

 

BOOK CHAPTERS

 

  1. Smardon, R, Bishop, I. and Ribe, R. (2016) Managing New Energy Landscapes in the USA, Canada, and Australia, in D. Apostol, R.C. Smardon. J.F. Palmer and R. Sullivan (eds) The Renewable Energy Landscape : Preserving Scenic Values in Our Sustainable Future, Routledge, London.
  2. Bishop, I.D. (2015) Sequential experiences in energy producing landscapes, in C. Nunes Silva (ed) Emerging Issues, Challenges and Opportunities in Urban E-Planning, IGI Global, Hershey PA.
  3. Aurambout, J.-P., Seth, F., Bishop, I.D. and Pettit, C. (2013) Simplifying climate change communication: an application of data visualization at the regional and local scale. In A Moore and I. Drecki (eds) GeoSpatial Visualisation. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg (119-136).
  4. Williams, K., Ford, R., Bishop, I. and Smith, E.L.  (2012) Evaluating different ways of managing forested landscapes,   in H. Bender (ed) Reshaping Environments, Oxford University Press. (65-81)
  5. Stock, C., Bishop, I.D., Chen, H., Nino-Ruiz, M. and Wang, P. (2011) Web-based collaboration and decision making in GIS-built virtual environments, in Li, Dragicevic and Veenendaal (eds) "Advances in Web-based GIS, Mapping Services and Applications"  ISPRS Book Series, Taylor & Francis Group, London (293-304)
  6. Heckbert, S. and Bishop, I.D. (2011) Empirical geosimulation: calibration of spatially explicit agent-based models, in D.Marceau and I.Benenson (eds) Advanced Geo-simulation Models, Bentham Open E-books, Oak Park IL, USA. (92-110)
  7. Pettit, C., Keysers, J., Bishop, I. and Klosterman, R. (2008) Applying the What If? planning support system for better understanding urban fringe growth, In: C. Pettit,W. Cartwright, I.Bishop, K. Lowell, D. Puller and D. Duncan (Eds.), Landscape Analysis and Visualisation, Spatial Models for Natural Resource Management and Planning. Springer-Verlag, Berlin (435-454).
  8. Bishop, I.D. (2008). Understanding place and agreeing purpose: environmental visualisation and other tools, In: C. Pettit,W. Cartwright, I.Bishop, K. Lowell, D. Puller and D. Duncan (Eds.), Landscape Analysis and Visualisation, Spatial Models for Natural Resource Management and Planning. Springer-Verlag, Berlin (457-468).
  9. Kennedy, L. and Bishop, I.D. (2008) Investigating land-use decision making in a virtual environment, In: C. Pettit,W. Cartwright, I.Bishop, K. Lowell, D. Puller and D. Duncan (Eds.), Landscape Analysis and Visualisation, Spatial Models for Natural Resource Management and Planning. Springer-Verlag, Berlin (591-608).
  10. Chen, A.T., Stock, C., Bishop, I.D. and Pettit, C. (2008) Automated Generation of Enhanced Virtual Environment for Collaborative Decision Making via a Live Link to GIS, In: C. Pettit,W. Cartwright, I.Bishop, K. Lowell, D. Puller and D. Duncan (Eds.), Landscape Analysis and Visualisation, Spatial Models for Natural Resource Management and Planning. Springer-Verlag, Berlin (571-590).
  11. Bishop, I.D. (2008) Developments in Public Participation and Collaborative Environmental Decision Making, in A.Lovett & K. Appleton (ed) GIS for Environmental Decision Making, Taylor & Francis, London. (181-191)
  12. Loiterton, D. and Bishop, I.D. (2008) Simulation, calibration and validation of recreational agents in an urban park environment, in R.Gimblett, H. Skov-Petersen and A. Muhar (eds) Monitoring, Simulation and Management of Visitor Landscapes. University of Arizona Press, Tuscon AZ. (107-122)

13.   Mau, I, Hornsby, K. and Bishop, I.D. (2007) Modeling geospatial events and impacts through qualitative change. In T. Barkowsky et al. (Eds.): Spatial Cognition V, LNAI 4387, pp. 156–174.

  1. Kealy, A., Scott-Young, S., Collier, P. and Bishop, I.  (2006) Integrated technologies for augmented reality applications, in C.V. Tao and J.Li (eds) Advances in Mobile Mapping Technology, Taylor & Francis, London (95-105).
  2. Bishop, I.D. (2006) Wind farm visibility in Cape Bridgewater, Australia. Case study in An Introduction to Geographical Information Systems (3rd ed), I. Heywood, S. Cornelius and S. Carver (eds). Prentice Hall, Harlow, England (211-213).
  3. Bishop, I.D., Ford, R., Loiterton, D. and Williams, K. (2005) Studying the acceptability of forest management practices using visual simulation of forest regrowth, in Visualization in Landscape and Environmental Planning: technology and applications. I. D. Bishop and E. Lange (eds). London, Taylor and Francis (112-119)
  4. Bishop, I.D. and Lange, E. (2005) Visualization classification, in Visualization in Landscape and Environmental Planning: technology and applications. I. D. Bishop and E. Lange (eds). London, Taylor and Francis (23-34)
  5. Bishop, I.D. and Lange, E. (2005). Visualization technology: introduction. Visualization in Landscape and Environmental Planning: technology and applications. I.D. Bishop and E. Lange. London, Taylor and Francis (51-55).
  6. Bishop, I.D. and Lange, E. (2005). Visualization technology: presentation style and technology. Visualization in Landscape and Environmental Planning: technology and applications. I.D. Bishop and E. Lange. London, Taylor and Francis (68-78).
  7. Bishop, I.D. and Lange, E. (2005). Trends, challenges and a glimpse of the future. Visualization in Landscape and Environmental Planning: technology and applications. I.D. Bishop and E. Lange. London, Taylor and Francis (261-266).
  8. Lange, E. and Bishop, I.D. (2005) Communication, perception and visualization in Visualization in Landscape and Environmental Planning: technology and applications. I. D. Bishop and E. Lange (eds). London, Taylor and Francis (3-22)
  9. Stock, C. and Bishop, I.D. (2005) Helping rural communities envision their future in Visualization in Landscape and Environmental Planning: technology and applications. I. D. Bishop and E. Lange (eds). London, Taylor and Francis (145-151)
  10. Bishop, I.D. (2004) Behavioral Monitoring in Virtual Environments: a basis for agent modeling in urban parks. The Real and the Virtual World of Planning. M. Koll-Schretzenmayr, M. Keiner and G. Nussbaumer. Berlin, Springer-Verlag. (pp173-183)

24.   Bishop, I. D. (1999). Modelling landscape change: visualisation and perception. In M. B. Usher (ed.) Landscape Character: perspectives on management and change. The Stationary Office. Edinburgh (pp 150-161).

  1. Bishop, I. D. (1994). Using Wavefront Technology's Advanced Visualizer Software to Visualize Environmental Change and Other Data. In A. M. MacEachren & D. R. F. Taylor (Eds.), Visualization in Modern Cartography (pp. 101-103). Oxford: Pergamon.
  2. Bishop I.D. (1994) The role of visual realism in communicating and understanding spatial change and process, in D. Unwin and H. Hearnshaw (eds) Visualization in Geographic Information Systems, John Wiley, London: 60-64.
  3. MacEachren A., Bishop I., Dykes J., Dorling D. and Gatrell A. (1994) Introduction to advances in visualizing spatial data, in D. Unwin and H. Hearnshaw (eds) Visualization in Geographic Information Systems, John Wiley, London.

 

 

PAPERS IN PEER-REVIEW JOURNALS

 

  1. Bishop, I.D., Eagleson, S., Pettit, C., Rajabifard, A., Badland H., Day, J., Furler, J., Kalantari, M., Sturup, S. and White, M (accepted 16/9/16) Using an online data portal and prototype analysis tools in an investigation of spatial liveability planning.  International Journal of E-Planning Research

2.     Sabri, S., Rajabifard, A., Ho, S., Amirebrahimi, S. and Bishop, I. (2016) Leveraging VGI integrated with 3D Spatial Technology to support urban intensification in Melbourne, Australia. Urban Planning Vol 1 (2), Doi: 10.17645

3.     Foo, K., Gallagher, E., Bishop, I.D. and Kim, A. (2015) Critical Approaches to Landscape Visualization, Landscape and Urban Planning, 142: 80-84.

  1. Saydi, M., Bishop, I.D. and Rajabifard, A. (2015) Virtual identification of dwelling characteristics online for analysis of urban resource consumption. International Journal of E-Planning Research 4(3), 1-28.
  2. Bishop, I. D. (2015) Location based information to support understanding of landscape futures. Landscape and Urban Planning 142: 120-131.
  3. Shojaei, D., Rajabifard, A., Kalantari, M., Bishop, I.D. and Aien, A. (2014) Design and development of a web-based 3D cadastral visualization prototype. International Journal of Digital Earth. DOI 10.1080/17538947.2014.902512
  4. Ford, R., Williams, K.J.H., Smith, E.L. and Bishop, I.D. (2014) Beauty, belief and trust: Towards a model of physiological processes in public acceptance of forest management, Environment and Behavior 46:476-506.
  5. Bishop, I.D. (2013) Optimization in Geodesign. Landscape Architecture Frontiers 1.6: 64-75
  6. Wang, P. and Bishop, I.D. (2013) Real-time data visualization in collaborative virtual environment for emergency management, International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management 5:13-44.     DOI: 10.4018/ijiscram.2013100102
  7. Shojaei, D., Bishop, I.D., Kalantari, M. Rajabifard, A. and Aien, A. (2013) Visualization requirements for 3D cadastral systems, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 41:39-54.
  8. Bishop, I.D., Pettit, C.J., Sheth, F. and Sharma, S. (2013) Evaluation of data visualisation options for policy and decision making in response to climate change, Environment and Planning B 40:213-233.
  9. Chen, H. and Bishop, I.D. (2013) Collaborative environmental knowledge management, International Journal of E-Planning Research 2: 58-81.
  10. Ninő-Ruiz, M., Bishop, I.D. and Pettit, C. (2013) Spatial Model Steering, an exploratory approach to uncertainty awareness in land use allocation, Environmental Modelling and Software 39:70-80.
  11. Pettit, C.J., Williams, S, Bishop, I.D., Aurambout, J-P, Russel, A.B.M., Michael, A., Sharma, S., Hunter, D., Chan, P.C., Endicott, C., Borda, A., and Abramson, D. (2013) Building an ecoinformatics platform to support climate change adaptation in Victoria, Future Generation Computer Systems 29:624-640.
  12. Sutanta, H, Rajabifard, A. and Bishop, I.D. (2013) Disaster risk reduction using acceptable risk measures for spatial planning, Journal of Environmental Planning and Management DOI 10.1080/09640568.2012.702314
  13. Bishop, I.D. and Atkinson, S. (2012) Understanding new landscapes: planning support for renewable energy. International Journal of E-Planning Research 1(4): 1-16.
  14. Smith, E.L., Bishop, I.D., Williams, K.J.H. and Ford, R.M. (2012) Scenario Chooser:: an interactive approach to eliciting landscape preference, Landscape and Urban Planning 106:230-243.
  15. Summerson, R. and Bishop, I.D. (2012) The impact of human activities on wilderness and aesthetic values of Antarctica, Polar Research 31, 10858. http://dx.doi.org/10.3402/polar.v31i0.10858
  16. Pettit,C.J., Bishop, I.D., Sposito, V., Aurambout, J-P, and Sheth, F. (2012) Developing a multi-scale visualisation toolkit for use in climate change response, Landscape Ecology 27:487-508.
  17. Bishop, I.D. (2012) On-Line Approaches to Data Delivery and Visualisation in Landscape Planning and Management, International Journal of E-Planning Research 1:31-41.
  18. Champion, E., Bishop, I.D. and Dave, B. (2012) The Palenque Project: Evaluating interaction in an online virtual archaeology site, Virtual Reality 16:121-139.
  19. Sharma, S., Pettit, C., Bishop, I.D., Chan, P. and Sheth, F. (2011) An Online Landscape Object Library to Support Interactive Landscape Planning, Future Internet 3:319-343
  20. Summerson, R. and Bishop, I.D. (2011) Aesthetic value in Antarctica: beautiful or sublime? Polar Journal 1:225-250.
  21. Bishop, I.D., Pettit.C.J., Sheth, F. and Sharma, S. (in review) Evaluation of data visualisation options for policy and decision making in response to climate change, submitted to Environment and Planning B (August 2011)
  22. Pettit,C.J., Bishop, I.D., Sposito, V., Aurambout, J-P, and Sheth, F. (in review) Developing a multi-scale visualisation toolkit for use in climate change response, submitted to Landscape Ecology (Feb 2011).
  23. Pettit, C.J., Russel, A.B.M., Michael, A., Aurambout, J-P., Sharma, S., Williams, S., Hunter, D., Chan, P.C., Borda, A., Bishop, I.D. and Abramson, D. (in press) Realising an eScience platform to support climate change adaptation in Victoria, submitted to Future Generation Computer Systems (Jan 2011)
  24. Bishop, I.D. (2012) On-Line Approaches to Data Delivery and Visualisation in Landscape Planning and Management, International Journal of E-Planning Research 1:31-41.
  25. Bishop, I.D. (2011) Landscape planning is not a game. Should it be? Landscape and Urban Planning 100: 390-392.
  26. Kulik, I., Hornsby, K.S. and Bishop, I.D. (2011) Modeling geospatial trend changes in monitoring data, Computers Environment and Urban Systems, 35:45-56.
  27. Cousens, R. Hill, J., French, K. and Bishop, I.D.  (2010) Towards better prediction of seed dispersal by animals. Functional Ecology 24:1163-1170.
  28. Champion, E., Bishop, I.D. and Dave, B. (2011) The Palenque Project: Evaluating interaction in an online virtual archaeology site, Virtual Reality. DOI 10.1007/s10055-011-0191-0
  29. Bishop, I.D. and Stock, C. (2010) Using Collaborative Virtual Environments to Plan Wind Energy Installations, Renewable Energy, 35: 2348-2355.
  30. Ford, R.M., Williams, K.J.H., Bishop, I.D. and Hickey, J.E. (2009) An investigation into public judgements of the social acceptability of silvicultural alternatives in Tasmanian wet eucalypt forests. Australian Forestry 72:157-171.
  31. Ford, R.M., Williams, K.J.H., Bishop, I.D. and Hickey, J.E. (2009) Effects of information on the social acceptability of alternatives to clearfelling in Australian wet eucalypt forests. Environmental Management 44:1149-1162.
  32. Ford, R.M., Williams, K.J.H., Bishop, I.D. and Webb, T. (2009) A value basis for the social acceptability of clearfelling in Tasmania, Australia. Landscape and Urban Planning 90:196-206.
  33. Bishop I.D., Stock, C., Williams, K.  (2009) Using virtual environments and agent models in multi-criteria decision making, Landuse Policy 26:87-94.
  34. Ghadirian, P. and Bishop, I.D. (2008) Integration of augmented reality and GIS: a new approach to realistic landscape visualisation, Landscape and Urban Planning 86:226-232.
  35. Gręt-Regamey, A., Bebi, P., Bishop, I.D., Schmid, W. (2008). Linking GIS-based models to value ecosystem services in an Alpine region. Journal of Environmental Management 89: 197-208.
  36. Stock, C., Bishop, I.D., O'Connor, A. Chen, T. C., Pettit, C.J. and Aurambout, J-P (2008) SIEVE: collaborative decision-making in an immersive online environment, Cartography and Geographic Information Science 35:133-144.
  37. Thompson, B., Chan, T. O., Slee, R., Kinne, P., Jahshan, A., Woodgate, P., Bishop, I. and McKenzie, D. (2008) Virtual Australia: its key elements - know, think, communicate. International Journal of Digital Earth 1: 66 - 87
  38. Chang, Y., Hong S. He, Bishop, I., Hu, Y., Bu, R., Xu, C. and Li, X.  (2007) Long-term forest landscape responses to fire exclusion in Great Xingan Mountains, China. International Journal of Wildland Fire 16:34-44.
  39. Gręt-Regamey, A., Bishop, I.D. and Bebi, P. (2007) Predicting the scenic beauty value of mapped landscape changes in a mountainous region using GIS Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 34:50-67.
  40. Williams, K., Ford, R., Bishop, I.D., Loiterton, D. and Hickey, J. (2007) Realism and selectivity in data-driven visualisations: A process for developing viewer-oriented landscape surrogates. Landscape and Urban Planning 81:213-224.
  41. Bishop, I.D. and Miller, D.R. (2007) Visual assessment of off-shore wind turbines: the influence of distance, lighting, haze and movement, Renewable Energy 32:814-831.
  42. Stock, C., Bishop, I.D. and Green, R.J. (2007) Exploring landscape changes using an envisioning system in rural community workshops, Landscape and Urban Planning 79:229-239.
  43. Chang, Y., He, X, Bishop, I.D., Meng, Z. (2006) Landscape visualisation of Zagunao watershed in the upper reaches of Minjiang River, Chinese Journal of Ecology 25:1229-1233.
  44. Wu, Y., Bishop, I.D. and Hossain, H. (2006) Using GIS in Landscape Visual Quality Assessment, Applied GIS 2(3) < http://publications.epress.monash.edu/toc/ag/2006/2/3>
  45. Stock, C. and Bishop, I.D. (2006) Linking GIS with Real-Time Visualisation for Exploration of Landscape Changes in Rural Community Workshops, Virtual Reality 9:260-270.
  46. Paez, D., Bishop, I.D. and Williamson, I.P. (2006) DISCUSS: A soft computing approach to spatial disaggregation in economic evaluation of public policies, Transactions in GIS 10:265-278
  47. Bishop, I.D., Hull, R.B. and Stock, C. (2005) Supporting personal world-views in an envisioning system, Environmental Modelling and Software 20, 1459-1468.
  48. Batara, A, Dave, B. and Bishop, I.D. (2004) Multiple representations in an integrated design environment, Urban Design International 9,208-221.
  49. Bishop, I.D., Lange, E. and Mahbubul, A.M. (2004) Estimation of the influence of view components on high-rise apartment pricing using a public survey and GIS modeling. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 31: 439-452.
  50. Leao, S.Z., Bishop, I.D., & Evans, D. (2004) Simulating urban growth in a developing nation's region using a cellular automata-based model, Journal of Urban Planning and Development 130, 145-158.
  51. Williams, K., Ford, R., Bishop, I., Loiterton, D. and Webb, T. (2004). Using computer-generated visualisations to explore social response to environmental management. Australian Journal of Psychology 56: 98-98.
  52. Leao, S.Z., Bishop, I.D., & Evans, D. (2004). Spatial-temporal model for demand and allocation of waste landfills in growing urban regions. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems,28:353-385.
  53. Bishop, I.D. (2003) Assessment of visual qualities, impacts and behaviours, in the landscape, using measures of visibility. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 30, 677-688.
  54. Bishop, I. D., & Rohrmann, B. (2003). Subjective responses to simulated and real environments: a comparison. Landscape and Urban Planning 65, 261-277.
  55. Bishop, I. D., Barry, M., McPherson, E., Nascarella, J., Urqhart, K. and Escobar, F. (2002). Meeting the need for GIS skills in developing countries: the case of informal settlements. Transactions in GIS. 6,311-326.
  56. Bishop, I.D. (2002) Determination of thresholds of visual impact: the case of wind turbines. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 29,707-718.
  57. Zerger, A., Bishop, I. D., Escobar, F., & Hunter, G. J. (2002). A Self-Learning Approach for Enriching GIS Education. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 26, 67-80.
  58. Selkirk, S. W., and Bishop, I. D. (2002). Improving and extending home range and habitat analysis by integration with a geographic information system (GIS). Transactions in GIS  6, 151-159.
  59. Tang, H. and Bishop, I.D. (2002) Integration methodologies for interactive forest modelling and visualisation systems, The Cartographic Journal 39,27-35.
  60. Rohrmann, B and Bishop, I D (2002). Subjective responses to computer simulations of urban environments. Journal of Environmental Psychology 22,319-331.
  61. Feeney, M-E. F., Williamson, I.P. and Bishop, I.D. (2002) The Role of Institutional Mechanisms in Spatial Data Infrastructure Development that Supports Decision-making, Cartography 32, 21-37.
  62. Barry, M., Roux, L., Barodien, G. and Bishop, I. (2002) Video evidencing and palmtop computer technology to support the formalisation of land rights. Development Southern Africa 19: 261-271.
  63. Leao, S.Z., Bishop, I., & Evans, D. (2001). Assessing the demand of solid waste disposal in urban region by urban dynamics modelling in a GIS environment. Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 33, 289-314.
  64. Bishop, I. D. (2001). Predicting movement choices in virtual environments. Landscape and Urban Planning, 56(3-4), 97-106.
  65. Lange, E. and Bishop, I.D. (2001) Our visual landscape: analysis, modeling, visualization and protection, Landscape and Urban Planning, 54, 1-3.
  66. Bishop, I. D., Ye, W.-S., & Karadaglis, C. (2001). Experiential approaches to perception response in virtual worlds. Landscape and Urban Planning, 54,119-127.
  67. Bishop, I. D., Wherrett, J.R. and Miller, D.R. (2001). Assessment of path choices on a country walk using a virtual environment. Landscape and Urban Planning, 52, 227-239.
  68. Bishop, I. D., Wherrett, J. R., and Miller, D. (2000). Using image depth variables as predictors of visual quality. Environment and Planning B. 27, 865-875.
  69. Shang, H.-D., and  Bishop, I. D. (2000) Visual thresholds for detection, recognition and visual impact in landscape settings: Journal of Environmental Psychology 20, 125-140.
  70. Bishop, I. D., and Gimblett, H. R. (2000). Management of recreational areas: geographic information systems, autonomous agents and virtual reality. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 27, 423-435.
  71. Bishop, I. D. (2000). Environmental information and technology: is it all too much? Landscape and Urban Planning 47,111-114.
  72. Bishop, I. D., Escobar, F., Karuppannan, S., Williamson, I. P., Yates, P. M., Yaqub, H. W., & Suwarnarat, K. (2000). Spatial data infrastructures for cities in developing countries: lessons from the Bangkok experience. Cities, 17(2), 85-96.
  73. Bishop, I. D., Ramasamy, S. M., Stephens, P., and Joyce, E. B. (1999). Visualization of 8000 years of geological history in southern India. International Journal of Geographic Information Science, 13, 417-427.

77.   Bishop, I. D. (1998). Planning Support: hardware and software in search of a system. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 22(3):189-202.

  1. Bantayan, N and Bishop, I D (1998). Linking objective and subjective modelling for landuse decision making. Landscape and Urban Planning  43: 35-48.
  2. Yates, P M and Bishop, I D (1998). The Integration of Existing GIS and Modelling Systems: with Urban Applications. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 22(1): 71-80.
  3. Ramasamy, S., Kumanan, C. J., Sivakumar, R., Mani, R., Joyce, E. B., & Bishop, I. D. (1998). Mud euption in Elagiri region, Tamil Nadu, South Indian peninsular shield. Current Science, 74(3), 254-257.
  4. Mason, S. O., Baltsavias, E. P., & Bishop, I. D. (1997). Spatial decision support systems for the management of informal settlements. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, 21, 189-208.
  5. Bishop, I. D. (1997). Testing perceived landscape colour difference using the Internet. Landscape and Urban Planning 37, 187-196.
  6. Coroza, O., Evans, D., & Bishop, I. D. (1997). Runoff modelling with a GIS. Landscape & Urban Planning. 38, 13-23.

84.   Bishop, I. D., & Karadaglis, C. (1997). Linking modelling and visualisation for natural resources management. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 24, 345-358.

  1. Bishop, I. D. (1996). Comparing regression and neural net based approaches to modelling of scenic beauty. Landscape and Urban Planning, 34, 125-134.
  2. Bishop I.D., Spring J. and Potter R. (1995) Extending the Geographic Information Base into the Third Dimension for Use in the Urban Environment, J. of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, 7:24-29.
  3. Bishop I.D. and Hulse D.W. (1994) Predicting scenic beauty using mapped data and geographic information systems, Landscape and Urban Planning 30, 59-70.
  4. Bishop I.D. (1992) Visualization in the natural environment: a look forward, Landscape & Urban Planning, 21, 289-291.
  5. Bishop I.D. and Hull R.B. IV (1991) Integrating technologies for visual resource management, Journal of Environmental Management 32, 295-312.
  6. Bishop I.D., Dartnell P., Davie S., Drew J., McDonald T and Swan P. (1990) Object, environment and observer related variables in the visual effect of electricity transmission lines, Landscape Australia 12(1),23-30.
  7. Bishop I.D and Leahy P.N.A. (1989)  Assessing the visual impact of development proposals: the validity of computer simulations, Landscape Journal 8,92-100.
  8. Hadrian D.R., Bishop I.D. and Mitcheltree R.  (1988) Automated mapping  of visual impact in utility corridors, Landscape and Urban Planning 16,261-282.
  9. Hull R.B.IV and Bishop I.D.  (1988) Scenic impact of electricity transmission towers: the influence of landscape type and distance, Journal of Environmental Management 26, 99-108.
  10. Bishop I.D., Hull R.B.IV and Leahy P.N.A. (1985) Visual simulation and assessment of electricity transmission towers, Landscape Australia 7,191-199,
  11. Bishop I.D., Pitt D., McCarthy M.M., Fritz D., Wyatt R. and Hossain H. (1984) A review of micro-computer software for landscape architects, Landscape Australia 6,224-230.
  12. Bishop I.D. (1984) Provisional climatic regions of Peninsular Malaysia, Pertanika, 7,(3), 19-24.
  13. Bishop I.D. and Cresswell L.A. (1971) The Westernport earthquake of 6 July 1971,  Roy. Soc. Vic. Proceedings, 85:70-71.

 

SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUES

 

Bishop, I.D. (ed)  (1994) Landscape Planning: expanding the toolkit, Special Issue of Landscape and Urban Planning, 30 (1-2), 112pp.

 

Lange, E. and Bishop, I.D. (eds) (2001)  Our visual landscape: analysis, modeling, visualization and protection, Special Issue of Landscape and Urban Planning Vol 54 (1-4), 287pp.

 

REFEREED CONFERENCE PAPERS

           

1.     Bishop, I.D., Che, Y., Chen, L., Han, J., Lin, L. and Xiang, W-N. (2015) Can we have it all? Exploring the Relationship between Ecological Health and Quality-of-Life: from Neighbourhood to City. Digital Landscape Architecture 2015, June 4-6, Dessau.

2.     Bishop, I.D. (2013) Optimization in Geodesign, Geodesign 2013, October 26-28, Beijing.

3.     Bishop, I.D. (2013) Analysis of sequential landscape experience, Digital Landscape Architecture 2013, June 6-8, Bernburg, Germany.

4.     Chen, Y. and Bishop, I.D. (2011) Simulating Visitors Recreational Activities in a Virtual Environment, IASTED Symposium on Modelling and Simulation, Calgary, Alberta.

5.     Bishop, I.D. (2011) What do we really know? A meta-analysis of studies into public responses to wind Energy, World Renewable Energy Congress, Linkoping, Sweden, May 2011.

6.     Bishop, I. D., Handmer, J., Winarto, A. and McCowan, E. (2011). Survival in Dangerous Landscapes - A Game Environment for Increasing Public Preparedness. In: E. Buhmann, Ervin, S., Palmer, J., Tomlin, D. & Pietsch, M. (eds.) Preliminary Proceeding of Digital Landscape Architecture 2011. May 26-28, Dessau (222-229).

7.     Chen, Y. and Bishop, I. D. (2011). iSurv: using iPhone to collect visitor data for behaviour simulation system. Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management. Lake Louise, Alberta.

8.     Margret-Gay, S., Bishop, I.D. and Pettit, C. (2010) On-shore wind and solar power plants as alternative energy sources for Victoria, in E. Guilbert, B. Lees and Y. Leung (eds) Proceedings of Joint International Conference on Theory, Data Handling and Modelling in GeoSpatial Information Science, ISPRS, May 26-28, Hong Kong, pp598-603.

9.     Boelen, M.A., Bishop, I.D. and Pettit, C. (2010) Selecting offshore renewable energy futures for Victoria, in E. Guilbert, B. Lees and Y. Leung (eds) Proceedings of Joint International Conference on Theory, Data Handling and Modelling in GeoSpatial Information Science, ISPRS, May 26-28, Hong Kong, pp 478-483.

10.   Bhandari, C., Sharma, S.C., Bishop. I.D. and Pettit, C. (2010) Visualizing future biolinks using a touch table – new dimensions in planning, in E. Guilbert, B. Lees and Y. Leung (eds) Proceedings of Joint International Conference on Theory, Data Handling and Modelling in GeoSpatial Information Science, ISPRS, May 26-28, Hong Kong, pp 467-471.

11.   Bishop, I.D., Smith, E.L., Williams, K. and Ford, R. (2010) Scenario based evaluation of landscape futures: tools for development, communication and assessment, In: E. Buhmann, M. Pietsch & E. Kretzler (eds.) Digital Landscape Architecture 2010. Achersleben: Wichmann Verlag. (pp296-312)

12.   Stock, C., Bishop, I.D., Sharma, S. and Chen, H. (2010) SIEVE – Virtual landscapes as a planning and collaboration tool, In: E. Buhmann, M. Pietsch & E. Kretzler (eds.) Digital Landscape Architecture 2010. Achersleben: Wichmann Verlag. (279-286)

13.   Wang, P., Stock, C. and Bishop, I.D. (2009) Real-time data visualization in Collaborative Virtual Environments for emergency response, In Ostendorf B., Baldock, P., Bruce, D., Burdett, M. and  Corcoran. P. (eds) Proceedings of the Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute Biennial International Conference Adelaide 2009, Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute, pp. 435-441.

14.   Chen, H., Bishop, I.D. and Stock, C.  (2009) Collaborative Environment Visualization Platform - An Effective Technique to Transfer Knowledge between Scientists and Local Farmers, In Ostendorf B., Baldock, P., Bruce, D., Burdett, M. and  Corcoran. P. (eds) Proceedings of the Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute Biennial International Conference Adelaide 2009, Surveying & Spatial Sciences Institute, pp. 1195-1204.

15.   Nińo-Ruiz, M., Stock, C., Bishop, I.D. and Pettit, C.J. (2009) Service oriented support for heterogeneous software tools in environmental modeling and visualisation, In Anderssen, R.S., R.D. Braddock and L.T.H. Newham (eds) 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand and International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, July 2009, pp. 2236-2242.

16.   Smith, E.L., Bishop, I.D., Ford, R. and Williams, K.J.H. (2009) Landscape Visualisation Tools and Methods: Decision Making with Scenarios, In Anderssen, R.S., R.D. Braddock and L.T.H. Newham (eds) 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand and International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, July 2009, pp. 2251-2257.

17.   Bishop, I.D., Pettit, C.J., Stock, C. and Sposito, V. (2009) Model driven visualisation of climate change scenarios, In Anderssen, R.S., R.D. Braddock and L.T.H. Newham (eds) 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand and International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, July 2009, pp. 2215-2221.

18.   Bishop, I.D., Pettit, C.J., An Van, B.D. and Lynch, J. (2009) Visualising What If? generated land use planning scenarios, CUPUM 09, June 16-18, Hong Kong. Paper 1.2-4. CD-ROM

19.   Duckham, M., Bennett, R., Bishop, I., Fraser, C., Hunter, G., Kealy, A., Leach, J., Ogleby, C., Rajabifard, A., Williamson, I. and Winter, S. (2009) Ambient spatial intelligence for sustainable cities, CUPUM 09, June 16-18, Hong Kong. Paper 3.3-2. CD-ROM.

20.   Bishop, I.D., O’Connor, A.N. and Stock, C. (2007) Representation of modelling data in virtual worlds, In Oxley, L. and Kulasiri, D. (eds) MODSIM 2007 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2007  (3091-3097).

21.   Pettit, C.J., Bishop, I.D, Cartwright, W.E., Park, G. and Kemp, O. (2007) Enhancing web based farm management software through the use of visualisation technologies, In Oxley, L. and Kulasiri, D. (eds) MODSIM 2007 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation. Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, December 2007. (1280-1286)

22.   Chen, X. and Bishop, I.D. (2007) Enhancing community understanding of land cover changes using geo-visualisation, XXIII International Cartographic Conference, 4-10 August, Moscow.

23.   Chen, X. and Bishop, I.D. (2007) User evaluation of options for geo-visualisation, 13th International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia (VSMM’07), Brisbane, 23 – 26 September.

24.   Bishop, I.D. and Förster, R.D. (2007) Where is the vision? Developing systems to enhance adoption of technology for public decision-making. Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management, Iguassu Falls, Brazil, July 11-13 (Paper No. 3).

25.   Ghadirian P & Bishop I. (2007) Exploring Environmental Changes Using Integration of Augmented Reality and GIS. Proceedings of the Spatial Sciences Institute Biennial Conference SSC 2007. Hobart, Australia: Spatial Sciences Institute.(423-433).

26.   Spottiswood, L. and Bishop, I.D. (2006) Land use decision making in a virtual environment: measuring the impact of social context and visual representation, World Congress on Social Simulation, August 21-25, Kyoto Vol 1:287-294.

27.   Chen, T., Stock, C., Bishop, I.D. and O’Connor, A. (2006) Prototyping an in-field collaborative environment for landscape decision support by linking GIS with a game engine. Proceedings of SPIE Volume: 6418 Geoinformatics 2006: GNSS and Integrated Geospatial Applications, Editor(s): Deren Li, Linyuan Xia, Wuhan October 2006.

28.   Spottiswood, L. and Bishop, I.D. (2005) An agent-driven virtual environment for the simulation of land use decision making, International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Melbourne, December 12-15 (3085-3091).

29.   Stock, C., Pettit, C., Bishop, I. D. and O’Connor, A N. (2005) Collaborative Decision-Making in an Immersive Environment Built on Online Spatial Data Integrating Environmental Process Models, International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Melbourne, December 12-15. (3092-3098)

30.   O’Connor, A., Stock, C. and Bishop, I.  (2005) SIEVE: An Online Collaborative Environment for Visualising Environmental Model Outputs, International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Melbourne, December 12-15. (3078-3084)

31.   Bishop, I.D., Stock, C., O'Connor, A., Csaky, D., Pettit, C. and Creasey, J.  (2005) Interfacing visualisation with SDI for collaborative decision making, Conference of the Spatial Science Institute, Melbourne, September 12-16.

32.   O'Connor, A., Bishop, I.D. and Stock, C. (2005) 3D Visualisation of Spatial Data and Environmental Process Models for Community Engagement and Collaborative Data Exploration, GeoVis 05, London, July 6-8.  (758-763)

33.   Stock, C., Bishop, I.D. and O'Connor, A. (2005) Generating Virtual Environments by Linking Spatial Data Processing with a Gaming Engine, for Real-time Visualization and Participation, Dessau, Germany, May 26-28.

34.   Loiterton, D. and Bishop, I.D. (2005) Virtual Environments and Location-Based Questioning for Understanding Visitor Movement in Urban Parks and Gardens, in Proceedings Real-time Visualization and Participation, Dessau, May 26-28.

35.   Paez, D., Bishop, I. and Williamson, I.P. (2004). DISCUSS: A methodology to support public participation in cost-benefit analysis. Proceedings of the Australian Electronic Governance Conference, 14-15 April, Melbourne, Australia. (http://www.public-policy.unimelb.edu.au/egovernance/)

36.   Ghadirian, P., Bishop, I.D. and Ogleby, C.L. (2003) Augmented reality and visualisation of landscape process. Ninth International Conference on Virtual Systems and Multimedia, Montreal, October 15-17 (pp490-500).

37.   Champion, E., Dave, B., and Bishop, I. (2003) Interaction, Agency and Artifacts. Digital Design: Research and Practice : Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design Futures, Taiwan, Kluwer Academic Publishers (pp249-258)

38.   Stock, C., Bishop, I.D. and Kudilczak, A. (2003) Development of an Envisioning System for Rural Communities. Proceedings MODSIM - Integrative Modelling of Biophysical, Social and Economic Systems for Resource Management Solutions. Townsville, July 14-17.

39.   Siqueira, A., Zerger, A., Bishop, I. and Jones, S. (2003)  The Influence of Climatic Anomalies on Hot Spots Occurrence in the Brazilian Amazon Region. Proceedings MODSIM - Integrative Modelling of Biophysical, Social and Economic Systems for Resource Management Solutions. Townsville, July 14-17.

40.   Bishop, I.D., Hull IV, R.B. and Stock, C. (2003) Envisioning Systems: software with a world view. 5th International Symposium on Environmental Software Systems, Semmering, Austria, May 27-30, International Federation for Information Processing (pp328-339).

41.   Escobar, F., Frances, I., Bishop, I.D. and Zerger, A. (2002) Evaluating a multimedia-based tool for self-learning geographic information systems. ASCALITE, Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education, Auckland, Dec 8-11.

42.   Ghadirian, P. and Bishop, I.D. (2002) Composition of augmented reality and GIS to visualize environmental changes, AURISA, Adelaide, Australasian Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, November 25-30.

43.   Stock, C. and Bishop, I.D. (2002). Immersive, interactive exploration of changing landscapes. IEMSs 2002 - Integrated Assessment and Decision Support, Lugano, Switzerland, International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs), 1:30-35

44.   Smith, L., Itami, R.M. and Bishop, I.D. (2002). An architecture for modelling individual behaviour and landscape scale outcomes in an intelligent agent-based simulation of environmental management. IEMSs 2002 - Integrated Assessment and Decision Support, Lugano, Switzerland, International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs), 2:214-219

45.   Quinn, P.B. and Bishop, I.D. (2002) Environmental Visualisation as an Informing System. Informing Science & IT Education, Cork, Ireland June 19-21, 2002. (pp 1277-1299)

46.   Chen, X., Bishop, I. D., & Abdul Hamid, A. R. (2002). Community exploration of changing landscape values: the role of the virtual environment. Proceedings of Digital Image Computing - Techniques and Applications, January, 2002, Melbourne (pp 273-278)

47.   Batara, A, Dave, B. and Bishop, I.D. (2001) Translation between multiple representations of spatial data. Proceedings AURISA 2001, Australasian Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, Melbourne.

48.   Bishop, I. D., & Dave, B. (2001). Beyond the moving camera: systems development for interactive immersive exploration of urban environments. Proceedings of Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management, July 18-21, Honolulu.

49.   Rohrmann, B, Palmer, S. and Bishop, I (2000) Perceived quality of computer simulated environments, in G. Moore (ed) Environment-Behaviour Research on the Pacific Rim: People and Physical Environment Research (PaPER-11), The University of Sydney, Sydney

50.   Dave, B., & Bishop, I. D. (2000). Multiple representations for diverse perspectives: collaboration in urban design. Proceedings of Spatial Data Handling, 10-12 August, 2000, Beijing, IGU Study Group on Geographical Information Science (pp3b.37-3b.49).

51.   Leao, S., Bishop, I. D., and Evans, D. G. (1999). A dynamic decision support system for the sustainable management of urban solid wastes. Proceedings of 3rd annual Australian Environmental Engineering Event, Castlemain, VIC, Australia.

52.   Thompson, R, Wang, Y-N and Bishop, I D (1999). Integrating GIS with intelligent transport system and stochastic programming for improved vehicle scheduling. Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management, Venice CD-ROM.

53.   Elliott,  C. I., Joyce, E. B., Bishop, I., Ramsamy, S. M. and Kumanan, C. J. (1998)  Lineaments of southeastern India and their relationship  to drainage pattern and groundwater flow, in Weaver, T. R. and Lawrence, C. R. (eds) Proceedings, Groundwater: Sustainable Solutions, International Association of Hydrogeologists, International Groundwater Conference 1998, University of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia, pp.131-135.

54.   Bishop, I. D., & Mason, S. (1997). Emerging technologies for development of an interactive decision environment. In P. K. Sikdar, S. L. Dhingra, & K. V. K. Rao (Eds.), Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management, 2 (pp 782-793) . Mumbai, India: Narosa Publishing House.

55.   Yates, P. M., & Bishop, I. D. (1997). A method for the integration of existing GIS and modelling systems. In R. T. Pascoe (Ed.), Geocomputation 97,  (pp. 191-198). Dunedin: Spatial Information Research Centre, University of Otago.

56.   Bishop, I. D., & Rohrmann, B. (1997). The validity of computer simulations of urban environments for planning and design. In V. Skala (Ed.), 5th International Conference in Central Europe on Computer Grpahics and Visualization,  . Plzen, Czech Republic

57.   Bishop, I. D., & Rohrmann, B. (1995). Visualisation tools: their role in understanding human reponses to the urban environment. In R. Wyatt & H. Hossain (Eds.), Fourth International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management, 1 (pp. 313-322). Melbourne: Dept of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Melbourne.