Michael Page

Geographer | Lecturer, Department of Environmental Sciences

About Michael

ECDS Areas of Expertise

Areas of Interest

  • Cartography
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • Geomorphology
  • Landscapes and geomorphology
  • Location analytics
  • Photogrammetry/remote sensing environmental archaeology
  • Urban geography
  • Biography

Michael manages map and data libraries, GIS infrastructure, and consults on research projects that have a geospatial technology/spatial data component.

His primary research focus involves cartography, geospatial technologies, and urban geography, and his key projects include American Excavations Samothrace, Georgia Coast Atlas, and OpenWorld Atlanta.

He is coauthor of Sacred Places: A Guide to the Civil Rights Movement in Atlanta, Georgia. His maps have been published in many print and digital journals and books.


  • MS, Geography | Georgia State University
  • BA, Geography | Georgia State University