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Eamonn Sigerson Clifford

cartographer , researcher , surveyor

Eamonn Sigerson Clifford, Irish cartographer, surveyor, researcher. Achievements include development of large scale geographic information system for electoral redistricting. Member Australian Mapping Sciences Institute.

Background

Clifford, Eamonn Sigerson was born on January 4, 1950 in Dublin, Ireland. Arrived in Australia, 1975. Son of Eamonn Sigerson and Sheila Marie (Eady) Clifford.

Education

Diploma in geo surveying, Dublin Institute of Technology, 1972.

Career

Surveyor, Hungtings Surveys Ltd., London, 1972-1973;surveyor, Fairey Surveys of Ireland, Dublin, 1973-1975;research surveyor, Center Mapping Authority of NSW, Bathurst, Australia, 1975-1984;editor, Center Mapping Authority of NSW, Bathurst, Australia, 1984-1987;senior research officer, Land Information Centre, Bathurst, since 1987.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of large scale geographic information system for electoral redistricting.

Works

  • Editor: Atlas of New South Wales, 1987 (Cartography award 1988), (interactive database) Parlidex, 1994.

Membership

Member Australian Mapping Sciences Institute.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: folk and classical music.

Connections

Married Catherine Paula Gallagher. Children: Aoife, Ciara, Sinead, Aisling, Aidan.

father:
Eamonn Sigerson Clifford

mother:
Sheila Marie (Eady) Clifford

spouse:
Catherine Paula Gallagher

children:
Aoife Clifford

Ciara Clifford

Sinead Clifford

Aisling Clifford

Aidan Clifford