Jacqueline Clare worked as a student researcher in the Historical GIS research cluster in 2014-15.
Jacqueline works as a spatial analyst and cartographer for the Historical GIS research cluster. For her work with Landscapes of Injustice, she draws upon the geospatial skills she learned and applied during her B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in Geography. Her M.Sc. research focused on the resident gray whale population in Clayoquot Sound, British Columbia, analyzing the influence of maternal learning on genetic differentiation at multiple spatial and temporal scales. Her primary research interests include ecology, resource management, GIS and cartography, and the effect of scale on the interpretation of spatio-temporal phenomena.