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Thomas Niedomysl

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Arbetar vid Kulturgeografiska institutionen
E-post thomas.niedomysl@humangeo.su.se
Besöksadress Svante Arrhenius väg 8
Rum Y20
Postadress Kulturgeografiska institutionen 106 91 Stockholm

Om mig

Jag är docent i kulturgeografi och arbetar som forskare vid Stockholms universitet och som analyschef på Uppsala kommun. Du når mig enklast via thomas.niedomysl@uppsala.se eller 0790-63 36 95.

 

Senaste publikationerna

Bustos, MFA., Hall, O., Niedomysl, T. & Ernstson, U. (2020) A pixel level evaluation of five multitemporal global gridded population datasets: a case study in Sweden, 1990–2015. Population and Environment https://doi.org/10.1007/s11111-020-00360-8.

Hall, O., Bustos, MFA., Olén, NB. & Niedomysl, T. (2019) Population centroids of the world administrative units from nighttime lights 1992-2013. Nature Scientific data 6 (1) 1-8.

Niedomysl, T., Källström, J., Koster, S. & Östh, J. (2019) Inter-regional migration of business owners: who moves and how does moving affect firm performance? Regional Studies 53 (4) 503-516.

Niedomysl, T., Prowse, M. & Lund Hansen, A. (2018) Doctoral dissertations in human geography from Swedish universities 1884-2015: demographics, formats and productivity. Journal of Geography in Higher Education 42 (3) 337-355.

Östh, J., Shuttleworth, I. & Niedomysl, T. (2018) Spatial and temporal patterns of economic segregation in Sweden’s metropolitan areas: a mobility approach. Environment and Planning A 50 (4) 809-825.

Andersson, M., Lavesson, N. & Niedomysl, T. (2018) Rural to urban long-distance commuting in Sweden: trends, characteristics and pathways. Journal of Rural Studies 59 (3) 67-77.

Niedomysl, T., Hall, O., Archila Bustos, M. & Ernstson, U. (2017) Using Satellite Data on Nighttime Lights Intensity to Estimate Contemporary Human Migration Distances. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 107 (3) 591-605.

Niedomysl, T. Ernstson, U. & Fransson, U. (2017) The accuracy of migration distance measures. Population, Space and Place 23 (1) e1971.

Senast uppdaterad: 15 november 2020

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