Dr. Moore completed post-graduate study in geography and urban/regional planning at the University of Washington. His career has been devoted to both academic and government research in the areas of natural sciences, technological change and natural resource development. During the 1970s, he served as Assistant Professor of Geography at the University of Saskatchewan and spent a year at Glasgow University in Scotland as a Research Fellow. He spent 33 years with the Canadian federal government in policy-related evaluation of science and technology programs at the former Science Council of Canada and the Department of Natural Resources (including the Geological Survey of Canada, Geomatics Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology). He has published and delivered academic papers in the fields of historical economic geography, geology, regional planning and program evaluation as well as traveled and conducted research in those same subjects in North America, Western Europe and Israel.
Adjunct Associate Professor in Geography
B.A. (1965), M.U.P. (1967), Ph.D. (1971), University of Washington