Khila R. Dahal is a geographer with specialization in computational GIScience. Before joining the Department of Geography and Urban Studies at Temple University as a visiting assistant professor from the Fall of 2017, Khila worked as a postdoctoral scientist at Boise State University, Boise, Idaho, and at The New School, New York. He has a PhD degree in Geography (from Texas State University) and a Master's degree in Environmental Policy (from Michigan Technological University). His research interests include urban sustainability, risks and hazards, spatial modeling, geocomputation, future scenario modeling, and GIScience in general.
Dahal, K., and Lindquist, E. 2017. Determinants of urbanization and its different types in the Treasure Valley of Idaho, USA: A hierarchical approach. Applied Spatial Analysis and Planning, published online May 2017. DOI: 10.1007/s12061-017-9227-5
Dahal, K., Benner, S., and Lindquist, E. 2017. Analyzing spatiotemporal patterns of urbanization in Treasure Valley, Idaho, USA. Applied Spatial Analysis and Planning. 10(2), 1-22.
Dahal, K., Benner, S., and Lindquist, E. 2017. Urban hypotheses and spatiotemporal characterization of urban growth in the Treasure Valley of Idaho, USA. Applied Geography, 79, 11-25.
Chow, T. E., Dede-Banfo, N., and Dahal, K., 2016 Geographic disparity of positional errors and matching rate of residential addresses among geocoding solutions. Annals of GIS, 22(1), 29-42.
Dahal, K. and Chow, T. E. 2015. Characterization of neighborhood sensitivity of an irregular cellular automata model of urban growth. International Journal of Geographic Information Science, 29 (3), 475-497.
Dahal, K., and Chow, T. E., 2014. An agent-integrated irregular automata model of urban land use dynamics. International Journal of Geographic Information Science, 28 (11), 2281-2303.
Dahal, K., and Chow, T. E., 2014. A GIS toolset for automated partitioning of urban lands. Environmental Modeling and Software, 55, 222-234.
Hagelman, R., Connoly, M., Zavar, E. and Dahal, K, 2012. Disaster Reconstruction and Business Geography Following the 2007 Greensburg, Kansas Tornado. Environmental Hazards, 11(4) 283-302.
Dahal, K., and Hagelman, R., 2011. People’s risk perception of glacial lake outburst flooding: A case of Tsho Rolpa Lake, Nepal. Environmental Hazards, 10(2) 154-170.
Fundamentals of GIS
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