Historical GIS

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Day: 4/12/2018
Start / End Time: 3:20 PM / 5:00 PM
Room: Napoleon Foyer/Common St. Corridor, Sheraton, 3rd Floor
Organizers: The American Association of Geographers
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Agenda

ID Title Participant
001 From Red Lines to Green Scars: Analyzing the Relationship between Socio-spatial trauma and Urban Green Space in Detroit, Michigan Nichole Bowman
University of Michigan-Dearborn
002 Canebrake Habitat in 19th Century Arkansas Jess Porter
Associate Professor University of Arkansas at Little Rock
003 Historic Preservation and Land Use Changes in West Palm Beach Cassandra Neira
004 Exploring Remote Sensing Techniques and GIS to Provide Insight to the Changing Landscape of Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest Estate David Vines
Appalachian State University
005 The Mass Grave at Kaunas Fort VII, Lithuania Luke Burds
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
006 Reconstruction of the Physical Environment at Crow’s Nest Preserve, Virginia Darby Libka
007 Graph analysis of an old map of castle towns in early modern Japan Kei_ichi Okunuki
Dr.
008 Log Lime Kilns in Southwest Virginia John Morgan
Emory & Henry College
009 A Historical Geospatial Methodology to Facilitate Rural Historic Preservation Field Data Collection Brad Bays
Associate Professor Oklahoma State University
010 Holocaust Archaeology: Ground Penetrating Radar Locating the Nazi Mass Execution Trenches at Fort IX in Kaunas, Lithuania Joseph Beck
University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire
011 Shifting the resolution: Using GIS to study family groups during the Holocaust Maël Le Noc
Texas State University
012 The Geography of Advertising in Early Automobile Route Guides John Bauer
Professor University of Nebraska Kearney
013 Holocaust Mobilities: Journeys Through Minsk Seth Kudym
University of Nebraska - Omaha
014 An 18,000 year record of effective moisture and fire from Canaan Valley, West Virginia Meghan Albritton
015 Grave Situations: Dislocated Memorialization and the Blue Grass Army Depot Cemetery, Richmond, Kentucky. Margaret Gripshover
Western Kentucky University
016 Visualizing Indigenous Methodologies in Scientific Approaches to the Anthropocene Susan Millar
Syracuse University
017 Applying Ground Penetrating Radar, GIS, and Cultural History to a Necrogeography Study of the Old Parkville (Missouri) Cemetery Scott Hageman
018 Fire History and Historic Land Management of Quetico Provincial Park Along the Kaministiquia Route of the North American Fur Trade Dan Brumm
University of Wisconsin - Platteville
019 Investigating anisotropic influences artifact distributions from an archaeological survey David Massey
Indiana University
020 Historical Administrative Maps of the Czech Republic: A Case Study of the Conceptual and Quantitative Merit of Historical GIS Kelly Measom
University of Denver
021 Urban Pattern Recognition In Huston Using a Graph Based Method Shuxian Liu
Louisiana State University
022 Karez morphologies and agricultural expansion in the Turpan Basin. Jack Livingston
Dept of Geography
023 Aboveground Biomass and Carbon Sequestration Estimation in an Upland Tropical Evergreen Forest Environment from Landsat 7 ETM+ Chanida Suwanprasit
Chiang Mai University

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