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Martin Landré

Former CSTT staff
Education:Martin Landré (1948) was lecturer research in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning at Breda University of Applied Sciences. In his teaching capacity, he was responsible for courses in planning methods, geographical information systems, cartography, evaluation methods and demography.
Career:He specializes in spatial decision support systems, and has a particular interest in collaborative planning and land use modelling. He was previously for many years associate professor of geography at the University of South Africa in Pretoria and a town planning consultant. He studied human geography at the University of Amsterdam and Utrecht University and town and regional planning at the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. In 1987 he received a D Litt et Phil degree at the University of South Africa for his thesis on the role of geography in urban planning practice. He worked as a town planner in provincial and local government in the Cape Province before accepting a teaching position at the University of South Africa in 1978. He has published many academic and professional journal articles, conference papers, book chapters and reports as well as a textbook on urban modeling. As a researcher and consultant he has participated in many projects on urbanization policy, spatial economic development, land use planning, impact analysis, location analysis and retail planning, mainly in South Africa, and more recently on recreation monitoring in the Netherlands.
Expertise:Geographical Information Systems (GIS), cartography, land use planning
Publications:  

2014

Travelling Large in 2009 ‘Inbound tourism’: The carbon footprint of inbound tourism to the Netherlands in 2009
Pels, J., Eijgelaar, E., Peeters, P., Landré, M., & Dirven, R. (2014). Travelling Large in 2009 ‘Inbound tourism’: The carbon footprint of inbound tourism to the Netherlands in 2009. Breda, The Netherlands: NHTV Breda University of Applied Sciences.

2012

Restaurant location in Hamilton, New Zealand: clustering patterns from 1996 to 2008
Prayag, G., Landré, M., & Ryan, C. (2012). Restaurant location in Hamilton, New Zealand: clustering patterns from 1996 to 2008. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 24(3), 430 - 450.
The Emerging Global Tourism Geography—An Environmental Sustainability Perspective
Peeters, P., & Landré, M. (2012). The Emerging Global Tourism Geography—An Environmental Sustainability Perspective. Sustainability, 4(1), 42-71

2011

Manual of excellence in lake tourism in Europe
Canalicchio, M., Montagnoli, L., Boggia, A., Cortina, C., Paolotti, L., Pitteri, A., Rocchi, L., Eijgelaar, E., Jeuring, J., Landré, M., Nawijn, J., Peeters, P., Piket, P., Hammerl, M., Jablonski, S. (2011). Manual of excellence in lake tourism in Europe. Magione, Italy: Comunità Montana Associazione dei Comuni Trasimeno - Medio Tevere; University of Perugia DSEEA; NHTV CSTT; Global Nature Fund.
Editorial special issue EJTIR 2011
Landré, M. & Peeters, P. (2011) Editorial: Transport and Tourism: a Weak Symbiosis. An Introduction to the Special Issue. European Journal of Transport and Infrastructure, 11 (3), 276-280.

2009

Analyzing yachting patterns in the Biesbosch National Park using GIS technology
Landré, M. (2009). Analyzing yachting patterns in the Biesbosch National Park using GIS technology. Technovation (29), 602-610.  

2008

GIS in response time analysis. Fire Station, Zutphen, Netherlands
Landré, M. (2008) GIS in response time analysis. Fire station, Zupthen, Netherlands. GIM International, February, 43-45.