Mountain Geography Specialty Group Poster Session

Type: Poster
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Sponsor Groups: Mountain Geography Specialty Group
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Day: 4/5/2019
Start / End Time: 8:00 AM / 9:40 AM
Room: Lincoln 2, Marriott, Exhibition Level
Organizers: Clayton Whitesides, Lynn Resler
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Call for Submissions

Benefits of presenting in a poster session include time for one-on-one discussion with colleagues interested in your research and potential to reach a large audience.
To have your work included, please submit your abstract and send a confirmation email (including your PIN) to us as soon as possible.


Description

"Mountains are an important source of water, energy and biological diversity. Furthermore, they are a source of such key resources as minerals, forest products and agricultural products and of recreation. As a major ecosystem representing the complex and interrelated ecology of our planet, mountain environments are essential to the survival of the global ecosystem" (Agenda 21, Chapter 13, "Managing Fragile Ecosystems: Sustainable Mountain Development", Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 1992).
If you are doing human, physical, and/or technological research in a mountainous region, please join this interdisciplinary session, sponsored by the Mountain Geography Specialty Group, to celebrate mountain research.


Agenda

ID Title Participant
087 Land Use Pattern Change and its Topographic Gradient Effect in Mountainous County ——Case study of Jinggangshan city Yuzhu Zang
088 The effect of summit registers in the southern Appalachians Clayton Whitesides
Coastal Carolina University
089 A New Scheme of Time Series Glacial Lake Mapping for Outburst Flood Monitoring in the West Tienshan Mountains Junli Li
090 Glacier area and surface elevation changes in central Borohoro Range, northern Tian Shan in China Yanan Li
Texas State University - San Marcos
091 Hydrology and Terracing in the Monte Pallano area of Abruzzo, IT Lucas Brown
092 Outmigration inducing land use, land cover changes in Himalayan Uttarakhand, India Komal Kaur
Kansas State University
093 An Institutional Analysis of Glacial Floods and Disaster Risk Management in the Nepal Himalaya Ian Thompson
094 Why Tibetan Grasslands and Forests are in Rapid Decline Tracy Allen
SUNY-Oneonta
095 Analysis of the spatial trade-offs and differentiation characteristics of ecosystem services in karst peak-cluster depression Liyuan Zuo
096 Introducing a natural resource condition assessment of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail Claire Jantz
Dr Shippensburg University
097 Tourism: Boon or Bain? An Institutional Analysis of Tourism as a Commons Resource in Upper Mustang Nepal. Tashi Gurung
Arizona State University
098 Appalachian Trail Resupplies Luke Winters
University of Denver
099 The 'T'ea of Terroir: An Analysis of the Branding of Darjeeling Tea Anudeep Dewan
University of Oregon
100 A Rockfall-Induced Glacial Lake Outburst Flood, Upper Barun Valley, Nepal Alton Byers
Dr. University of Colorado At Boulder

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