Some of our academic publications are listed below:
Heather Wardle, Gaynor Astbury & Mark Thurstain-Goodwin. (2017). Mapping risk to gambling problems: a spatial analysis of two regions in England. Addiction Research and Theory, doi:10.1080/16066359.2017.1318127.
Gaynor Astbury, Heather Wardle & Mark Thurstain-Goodwin. (2017). Measuring Area-Based Vulnerability to Gambling-Related Harm, in ESRI Map Book Volume 32. Redlands: ESRI Press.
ESRC/University of Southampton. (2015). British High Streets: from Crisis to Recovery? A Comprehensive Review of the Evidence.
Gaynor Astbury & Mark Thurstain-Goodwin. (2014). Measuring the Impact of Out-of-town Retail Development on Town Centre Retail Property in England and Wales. Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy, 7(4), 301-316.
Heather Wardle, Ruth Keily, Gaynor Astbury & Gerda Reith. (2014). ‘Risky Places?’: Mapping Gambling Machine Density and Socio-Economic Deprivation. Journal of Gambling Studies, 30(1), 201–212.
Gaynor Astbury & Mark Thurstain-Goodwin. (2012). How Can Britain Feed Itself? in Aileen Buckley (Ed.), ESRI Map Book Volume 27 (96). Redlands: ESRI Press.
David Banister & Mark Thurstain-Goodwin. (2011). Quantification of the non-transport benefits resulting from rail investment. Journal of Transport Geography, 19(2), 212–223.
Rob Hopkins, Mark Thurstain‐Goodwin & Simon Fairlie. (2006). Can Totnes and District Feed Itself? Exploring the practicalities of food relocalisation. Transition Network Working Paper.
Mark Thurstain-Goodwin & Yi Gong. (2005). Mapping long-term retail trends in London. Journal of Targeting Measurement and Analysis for Marketing, 13(3), 220–233.
Mark Thurstain-Goodwin & David Unwin. (2000). Defining and Delineating the Central Areas of Towns for Statistical Monitoring Using Continuous Surface Representations. Transactions in GIS, 4(4), 305–317.