Jackson, John N.
JACKSON, John N.
JACKSON, John N. Canadian/British, b. 1925. Genres: Geography, Regional/Urban planning, Urban studies. Career: Brock University, St. Catharines, ON, Professor of Applied Geography, 1965-91; Lecturer in Town and Country Planning, Manchester University, England, 1956-65. Publications: Surveys for Town and Country Planning, 1963; Recreational Development and the Lake Erie Shore, 1967; The Industrial Structure of the Niagara Peninsula, 1971; The Urban Future, 1972; The Canadian City: Space, Form, Quality, 1973; Practical Geography: Strategies for Study, 1974; Welland and the Welland Canal: The Welland Canal By-Pass, 1975; (co-author) Railways in the Niagara Peninsula, 1978; (co-author) The Welland Canals: A Comprehensive Guide, 1982; (co-author) The Welland Canals: The Growth of Mr. Merritt's Ditch, 1988; The Four Welland Canals, 1988; Names across Niagara, 1990; (co-author) St. Catharines: Canada's Canal City, 1992; The Welland Canals and Their Communities: Engineering, Industrial, and Urban Transformation, 1997; The Mighty Niagara, 2002. Address: 80 Marsdale Dr, St. Catharines, ON, Canada L2T 3S3.