Physical Geography: Trees, Soil, Fire, Hazards

Type: Poster
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Day: 4/11/2018
Start / End Time: 8:00 AM / 9:40 AM (Eastern Standard Time)
Room: Napoleon Foyer/Common St. Corridor, Sheraton, 3rd Floor
Organizers: The American Association of Geographers



ID Title Participant
000 Determining historical forest composition on Tuskegee National Forests from Public Land Survey records Arvind Bhuta
Ecologist U.S. Forest Service
001 Identifying Early Season Invasives for Monitoring and Management in the Colorado National Monument Zachary Peloquin
Clark University
002 The potential of UAS imagery for genus level mapping of high elevation mountain vegetation Niti Mishra
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse
003 Estimation of Haitian forest cover from 1995-2016 using supervised classification of Landsat data Patrick Taylor
Grand Valley State University
004 Informing seagrass management and restoration through remote sensing and spatiotemporal analyses of seagrass distribution Tyler Lynn
005 Spatio-temporal vegetation change of Jackson Glacier Forefront, Glacier National Park, MT Callie Lambert
006 Hyperspectral Floodplain-Forest Classification via Deep Learning Anthony Filippi
Texas A&M University
007 High-Resolution Imaging and Browser Based Measurement in Dendrochronology Kate Carlson
University of Minnesota - Minneapolis
008 Riparian Vegetation Susceptibility to the Wind and Flooding Impacts of Hurricanes Christy Attaway
009 Structure of a ponderosa pine forest on tribal lands in the southwestern US Amanda Stan
Northern Arizona University
010 Developing new tree-ring chronologies from eastern redcedar (Juniperus virginiana) to seek insight to variations in groundwater resources in central Wisconsin Tia Federman
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
011 Variation in vulnerability to land degradation through fuzzy logic: a 15-year time-series analysis in the Maya Biosphere Reserve Yunuen Reygadas Langarica
Texas State University - San Marcos
012 Vegetation Cover and Erosion Vulnerability in the Lake Maumelle Watershed, Arkansas Ashley Barto
University of Central Arkansas
013 Response of a willow shrub (Salix pulchra) to rising arctic temperature Erin Jones
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
014 Reef Rehabilitation on Saba, Dutch Caribbean Using a Coral Nursery Forrest Courtney
Samford University
015 Testing the efficacy of Blue Intensity as a temperature proxy in Picea engelmannii from its southern range limit, northern New Mexico James McGee
016 Using Stable Isotope Analysis to Measure the Effects of Environmental Change on Polylepis pauta in the Ecuadorian Páramo Caralie Brewer
Texas A&M University
017 Quality of forest and pasture soils from Spirit Creek Farm, Georgia Zani Dembure
018 Primary Succession and Soil Development in a Deglaciating Valley, Mt. Baker, WA Andrew Bach
Western Washington University
019 Spruce beetle outbreaks and traumatic resin ducts Matthew Bekker
Associate Professor Brigham Young University
020 Reconstruction of Past Environmental Changes in Southern Patagonia Using Stable Isotopes Kristen Sarna
Texas A&M University
021 Disturbance history, species diversity, and structural complexity of a temperate deciduous forest Davis Goode
022 Emerald Ash Borer in the WVU Aboretum - Differences in Ash Tree Mortality Based on Topographic Factors Laurence SanBoeuf
023 Spatial and temporal patterns of tree encroachment into grassland, Alberta, Canada David Goldblum
Assoc. Professor University of Calgary
024 Living on the edge: Deforestation and fragmentation trends of Bhittarkanika Conservation Area (BCA), India Dina Rasquinha
025 Isotopic Analyses of Maya Agricultural Soils in Northwestern Belize Katherine Bui
026 Identifying Sustainable Locations in Virginia to Expand Loblolly Pine for Bioenergy Ingrid Witty
Montclair State University
027 Assessing Population Dynamics of Longleaf Pine in Florida Nicole Zampieri
028 Effects of thinning and burning on ground flora in mixed Pinus-hardwood stands Carson Barefoot
029 Linking soil moisture conditions with carbon accumulation rates in a Patagonian peatland Kirsten Bevan
Texas A&M
030 Water use strategy of deciduous trees determines the relative importance of soil moisture and vapor pressure deficit in driving stomatal conductance Sander Denham
Indiana University
031 Red Pine Cambial Phenology in Northern Minnesota: complimentary approaches to determining phenology of radial growth Emily Nagel
University of Minnesota - Minneapolis
032 Airborne LiDAR Total Height Underestimation in Deciduous/Coniferous Urban Tree Canopy Tyler Jones
Auburn University
033 Mapping old growth communities using time series aerial photo analysis in a Minnesota oak savanna Madison Sherwood
034 Application of GIS-based integrated information system for efficient management of bamboo forests BYUNGOH YOU
National Institute of Forest Science
035 Spatial and Temporal Variability of Fire Regimes Across the Biodiverse Klamath-Siskiyou Ecoregion, Northern California, Usa Christy Briles
036 A reconstruction of fire history in the San Juan Islands, Washington Sarah Coffey
Stetson University
037 Paleoenvironmental reconstruction of the post glacial fire and vegetation history at Mount Rainier National Park, Washington (USA) Megan Walsh
Associate Professor Central Washington University
038 Spatiotemporal analysis of Holocene fire regimes between US Northwest and Southwest regions Katherine Beall
039 Slackwater sediment records of fire history in the Driftless Area, Wisconsin, U.S.A. Caleb Cizauskas
University of Wisconsin - Platteville
040 A high-resolution Holocene fire history from Clear Pond, South Carolina Chelsea Anderson
041 Using modern climate analogs to understand past fire and vegetation changes in the Blue Mountains, Oregon Jacqueline Shinker
University of Wyoming
042 Atmospheric Controls on the Persistent 2011-2015 Californian Drought Veronica Hanway
University of Wyoming
043 Evaluating the Impact of Hurricane Irma on Long Key Island, FL Using Object-based Change Detection Techniques Heather Nicholson
Florida Atlantic University
044 Using the USGS Historical Topographic Map Collection to Investigate Geographic Changes Caused by Natural Disasters Sara Boyer
045 A Preliminary Look at the Earthquake Chronology of the Topliff Fault, Utah, from Offset Pluvial Shorelines Mapped with UAS and Structure from Motion Serena Smith
046 Water quality and environmental risks in peri-urban Dakar, Senegal. Isak Larsen
Utah Valley University
047 Methodological approach proposal to analyze flash flood hazard and exposure in small and ungauge basins, Argentina Alicia Campo
048 Con-TREE-bution on Campus Kyle Gibbs
049 Viewing from the past: Development and flood in South Korea Sunhak Bae
Kangwon National University
050 Landslides after Hurricanes Maria and Irma in center Puerto Rico: incorporation of geomorphology in the assessment, planning and management of high risk areas. Banery Mujica Ortiz
051 Predicting Drownings on the Great Lakes Using Machine Learning Brent Vlodarchyk
052 Modification of the Priority Risk Index: Adapting to Emergency Management Accreditation Program Standards for Institutes of Higher Learning Hazard Mitigation Plans Timothy Joyner
East Tennessee State University
053 How convective mode types contribute to tornadoes and "false alarms" in the mid-South Daniel Burow
University of Tennessee
054 Spatio-temporal Variability of Extreme Temperature and Drought Events in Louisiana Rubayet Mostafiz
Louisiana State University
055 Stable isotope analysis from cushion peatlands as proxies for paleoclimate in the tropical Andes Julia Hillin
Texas A&M University
056 Addressing the spatial gap of drought-sensitive tree-ring chronologies in southern Minnesota Matthew Trumper
University of Minnesota - Minneapolis
057 The Relationship Between Regional Climate and Post-Fire Debris Flows in Glacier National Park Steven Larcom
Texas State University - San Marcos
058 On the causes of the summer 2015 Eastern Washington wildfires Ruth Engel
059 Fire History Across the Little Ice Age in Southern Pacific Costa Rica Erik Johanson
Assistant Professor Florida Atlantic University
060 An Evaluation of the Use of Mass-weighted Frequency Distribution of Sediment in Modeling Aeolian Transport Rates. Raihan Jamil
Louisiana State University
061 What Environmental Conditions Do Testate Amoebae Prefer in the Peruvian Peatlands? Maryam Cheta
062 Alabama's Portal to the Explorers: A Framework for Teaching Geography through the Science, Research, and Exploration of the National Geographic Society Explorers Lisa Keys-Mathews
University of North Alabama

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