GIS, Technology, and Mapping Poster Session I

Type: Poster
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Day: 4/11/2018
Start / End Time: 10:00 AM / 11:40 AM
Room: Napoleon Foyer/Common St. Corridor, Sheraton, 3rd Floor
Organizers: Program Committee
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Description

Have you submitted a poster and think this session would be the best fit for you? Listed in this session but think your abstract works better elsewhere? Let us know at programcommittee@aag.org.

All posters that are not assigned to a session will be assigned to a session, and the sessions will be scheduled after the February 14 deadline.


Agenda

ID Title Participant
001 The Impact of GeoMentors: Examples and Outcomes from Volunteers Supporting US K-12 GIS and Geography Education Candice Luebbering
Senior Research Geographer American Association of Geographers
002 Urban Change Analysis Using Civil War Maps Jolene Keen
American Association of Geographers
003 The Impact of Wildfire on Soil Erosion using a GIS-integrated RUSLE Model Amada Fernandez
Univeristy of South Florida St. Petersburg
004 Building Spectral Libraries of Soil Organic Matter Madison Kitchen
005 Integration of paleomagnetic data with layers from The National Map and digital geologic data Tom Shoberg
Research Scientist United States Geological Survey
006 Urban Surface Material Mapping Using Very High Resolution Hyperspectral and Thermal Images. Feiyi Wu
007 Optimized multi-sensor remote sensing index to enhance real-time drought monitoring over heterogeneous land covers Mahsa Khodaee
008 Using Hyperspectral Imaging to Map Mineralogical Composition of the Wahiba Sands, Sultanate of Oman William Dufresne
University of Kansas
009 Application of Ground Penetrating Radar in Clandestine Grave Surveys Lee Stocks
010 Utilizing Geospatial Technologies to unravel the enigmatic geology of the Ancestral Rocky Mountains Daniel Foley
Northern Arizona University
011 Testing the Accuracy of Orthophotos Developed From Drone Imaging Michael Griffin
University of West Georgia
012 Mapping Michigan's Coastal Dunes Alan Arbogast
Michigan State University
013 Study on the Multi-Functional Typical Model of Farmland Based on the Entire-array-polygon Indictor Method: A case study in Hubei Province Caixue Ma
huazhong agricultural university
014 Hyperspatial landcover segmentation in the Peten, Guatemala Nate Currit
Texas State University
015 Developing a 2D and 3D Salisbury University Arboretum Visualization for Outreach, Education and Management Zachery Radziewicz
Salisbury University
016 Is there a skills gap between geographers and the geospatial industry? Coline Dony
017 Planning on the precarious periphery: Using GIS as a tool in evaluating landslide risk in Jacks Hill, Kingston Rochelle McLeary
University of the West Indies, Mona
018 Flood modeling of 2017 Hurricane Harvey storm event in Houston, Texas Joyce Chien
Texas State University - San Marcos
019 Assessing Bundles of Care leading to Cardiac Survivorship in Mobile Medical Response Hunter Koch
Saginaw Valley State University
020 Determining Spatial Influences to the Distribution of Breast Cancer Patients in the Northern Lower Peninsula of Michigan Michael Hansen
Saginaw Valley State University
021 Mobile Medical Response to Cardiac Arrest Victims in Saginaw, MI Sarah Herbert
Saginaw Valley State University
022 Effects of Federal HHF Demolitions on Distribution of Crime: Greater Saginaw, MI Birch Bradford
Saginaw Valley State University
023 Spatial Dimensions of the Opioid Epidemic: Greater Saginaw, MI Mackenzie Bethune
Saginaw Valley State University
024 Virtual Reality and Geography in the Developing World Shane Leister
025 Using GIS and Remote Sensing Technologies to estimate dam impact: The Bonyunyu Dam on River Gucha (Nyamira County, Kenya) Charles Manyara
Radford University
026 The realignment of the Big Ten Conference and its geographic effect on football recruiting patterns Grant McGregor
Plymouth State University
027 Crime and Safety in Keene, New Hampshire: A Geographic Analysis Brendan Jones
028 Selecting Mountain Bike Impact Study Sites Using GIS, Field Reconnaissance and Stakeholder Input Matthew Connolly
University of Central Arkansas
029 Mapping the Waste Management System of the City of Akron Using Geographic Information System (GIS) MAJED ALHASANI
The University of Akron
030 Greenway Trail Viewshed Characteristics: Planning Applications Using GIS and Remote Sensing Aric Beehler
Missouri State University
031 GIS watershed delineation and morphometric analysis of the Upper Vltava River in the Czech Republic Shannon Jones
University of Denver
032 Don't Judge a Campus by it's Map: A Redesign of the Texas State University Campus Map Bailey Fredlund
033 Web Maps for Spatial Data Visualisation–Does Mercator Matter? Sam Lumley
McGill University
034 The Producyion and Use of a School Atlas Klaus Bayr
Keene State College
035 Visualization of multivariate spatiotemporal disease simulation data Susan Lyon
United States Army Engineer Research & Development Center
036 The Rise of Mercator's Projection Michele Abee
University of North Carolina - Greensboro
037 Wild Migrations: A Comprehensive Atlas Visualizing the Science and Conservation of Ungulate Migration Corridors James Meacham
InfoGraphics Lab Exec Director University of Oregon
038 Analysis of the use of scale bars on maps published in professional geography journals Paul Vincent
Associate Professor Valdosta State University
039 Open Source Data and Method for the Identification of Urban Flash Flood Prone Areas and the Ranking of Flood Vulnerability in Developing Countries: Case of Khartoum, Sudan Mamadou Coulibaly
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh
040 3D visualization of CAD data for an evacuation plan Jinwoo Park
Texas A&M University
041 In Command: The High Desert as a Geotechnology Platform for Hazard Response Justine Cuevas
042 A Socio-Ecological and Spatial Analysis of Nursing Home Vulnerability in the Southeastern United States Matthew Wilson
Appalachian State University
043 Wiring up the US: Geography and the Dependency Analysis of Critical Lifeline Infrastructure Rob Edsall
Idaho National Laboratory
044 Indoor and outdoor ozone and extreme heat: An integrated framework for Evaluating Population Risk Cassandra O'Lenick
National Center for Atmospheric Research
045 Safety in Response: Tracking Field Assets During Disaster Brandee Knight
Univer
046 “A Spatial and Regression Analysis of National Guard Rescues during Hurricane Harvey for Harris County, Texas” Jessica Suggs
Virginia Tech
047 Fire Hazard Model for Grand Teton National Park David Szpakowski
Texas State University - San Marcos
048 An attempt of constructing a specific geomorphological map for the use of hazard communication in Taiwan Dennis Kang
049 Flood Risk in Canandaigua, NY: A Blue Spot Application Amanda Wasicsko
050 A Mountainous Problem: Potential Consequences of a Pyroclastic Lahar Flow originating from Mt. Baker in Whatcom County, WA Harrison Merrell
Huxley College, WWU
051 Application of evolutionary algorithms for disaster management and response Rahul Gomes
North Dakota State University
052 Are Hurricanes Stronger, or has the Landscape Changed? Summer Cliff
University of Wisconsin Whitewater
053 “Greedy or Needy?”: Mapping Inner Eurasia as an Autarkic World-System Rocco Bowman
UC Merced
054 The geographic disparity and role of soil in lead exposure and children’s health Howard Mielke
Tulane University School of Medicine
055 Investigating the use of free and open source GIS software in Latin America by analyzing government websites Benito Gonzalez
056 Using Geospatial Tools for Documentation and Preservation of Historical Structures and in Undergraduate Experiential Learning at Rancho La Union, Zapata County, Texas. Brent Hedquist
Texas A&M University-Kingsville

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