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Dr. Kealeboga Kaizer Moreri

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Faculty of Engineering and Technology

Civil Engineering

Senior Lecturer

Location: 248/146
Phone: +267 355 4293, +267 74 179 544
Email Dr. Kealeboga Kaizer Moreri

Executive Master in Entrepreneurship - Candidate (UB)

PhD. Geomatics Engineering, Newcastle University, UK

Msc. Geomatics Engineering (UNB) Canada

BSc. Geographic Information Systems (UNISA) Australia

Dipl. in Technology Management and Entrepreneurship (UNB)

Dipl. in University Teaching, Canada

Kealeboga holds a PhD in Geomatics from the School Engineering and Geosciences, Newcastle University, UK. a MSc in Geomatics Engineering from the University of New Brunswick, Canada, and a BSc in Geographic Information Systems from the University of South Australia, Australia. He joined the University of Botswana as a Staff Development Fellow in 2012. His research interests are Geoinformatics (GIS), Remote Sensing, Volunteered Geographic Information, Land Administration, and Geospatial Technologies for Sustainable Development.

Principles of Geographic Information Systems

Location Based Services

Spatial Data Modelling and Analysis

GIS Design and Implementation

Volunteered Geographic Information

Land Administration Systems

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Technology

GIS for Transportation

Latent Class Analysis in Crowd Sourcing

Geospatial Technologies for Sustainable Development

GIS for Health Services

Application of GIS in Precision Farming

GIS for Decision Support Systems

GIS for water resources management

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) Technology

Land Administration Systems

GIS for water resources management

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Latest Selected Publications

  1. Moreri K.K., (2020). Documenting informal and customary land rights in Africa Challenges of using participatory means. African Journal on Land Policy and Geospatial Sciences, [S.l.], v. 3, p. 01-20, apr. 2020. ISSN 2657-2664. 
  2. Moreri K.K., (2020). “Using Kappa methodology to consider volunteered geographic information in official land administration systems in developing countries". Spatial Information Research. DOI: 10.1007/s41324-019-00289-7. Vol. 28, Issue. 3, pp 299-311.
  3. Moreri K.K., Fairbairn D., and James P. (2018), “Issues in developing a fit for purpose system for incorporating VGI in land administration in Botswana”. Land Use Policy, DOI: 10.1016/j.landusepol.2018.05.063, Vol. 7

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