Dr. Tyler Frazier

Country of current residence

USA

Current position

Assistant professor

Current institute employer

William & Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia

Since

2015

Website current institute
Profession

Urban / Rural Planner and Developer

2012

Frazier, T. and A. Alfons.  2012.  Generating a Close-to-Reality Synthetic Population of Ghana.  Journal of Transport and Land Use, V   .

2011

Frazier, T.  2011.  Powering Accra: Projecting electricity demand for Ghana\'s capital city.  Doctoral thesis at  Faculty of Math. & Nat. Science, University of Bonn.  Further Information

2008

Frazier, T., P.L.G. Vlek, B. Barry, L. Liebe and Q. B. Le.  2008.  Agent-based energy and Land use modeling of the Republic of Ghana and the Greater Accra Metropolitan Region.  In: Global Change and Water Resources in West Africa. The German-African GLOWA projects, International Conference in Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso. Leemhuis, C.; Amisigo, B.; Jung, G.; Agyare, W.A

Additionals, Curriculum Vitae
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Research themes
  • Institutions
  • Methods
Research countries
  • Ghana

Former Division/Group:
Ecology and Natural Resources Management

Office E-Mail:
tjfrazier(at)wm.edu