Environmental Perception and Behavioral Geography Specialty Group Poster Session

Type: Poster
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Sponsor Groups: Environmental Perception and Behavioral Geography Specialty Group
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Day: 4/6/2019
Start / End Time: 8:00 AM / 9:40 AM
Room: Lincoln 2, Marriott, Exhibition Level
Organizers: Stephanie Deitrick
Chairs:

Description

This poster session highlights work related to environmental perception and behavioral geography. This session is open to all disciplines, methodologies, and topics related to the study of human activity, culture and society. Topics may include, but are not limited to:

- Methods designed to identify, measure, and map environmental perception and behavior
- Application of visualization displays or tools to understand human interaction with or understand their environment
-Spatial cognition and human behaviors
-Cultural impacts on human perception and engagement with/in space and place
-Human and community perception of environmental issues
-User experiences and usability

To participate in the poster session:

- Register for the Annual Meeting and submit an abstract through the submission portal

- Forward confirmation of your abstract submission, including your PIN, to Stephanie Deitrick at stephanie.deitrick@asu.edu by Feb 14, 2019. Please use this email for any questions about the session.


Agenda

ID Title Participant
001 Biodiversity conservation versus wind power development in Oklahoma: assessing citizen-scientist opinion where green interests collide Claire Burch
Department of Geography and Environmental Sustainability
002 Sustainable Tourism Practices on the South Coast Jamaica: Lessons for the North Coast? A Case Study: Jake’s Hotel, Treasure Beach, St. Elizabeth Nicole Dean-Perkins
Shortwood Teachers' College
003 A systematic map of the mental health benefits of greenspace Rebecca Collins
University of Southampton
004 Perception as Access: Opening Doors to Closed Spaces Autumn James
Northern Illinois University
005 The Aurora Plan: How two Commons Helped Shape a Small Midwestern City James Misfeldt
University of Alabama
006 Impact of land use on bicycling behavior:An spatial approach to provide insight to land use-health interaction Yi Zhao
007 Building Recognizability in urban environments Yuen Tsang
Tarleton State University
008 Media use, risk perception and response during Hurricane Irma Kathleen Sherman-Morris
Mississippi State University
009 How do social, ecological, and geographic diversity influence deer-human interactions across Indiana? Taylor Stinchcomb
Purdue University
010 Participatory mapping of ecosystem service uses and values among stakeholders of Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Washington Stephen Crook
San Diego State University
011 Creating a Demographic Profile of the Opioid User - Saginaw County, MI Justin Schram
Saginaw Valley State University
012 Where is upstate New York? Cognitive evaluations of geographical regions Rui Li
SUNY - Albany
013 Mapping Identity in Unbalanced Landscapes Tracy Tien
Smith College
014 Interest, comfort, and safety: A geospatial exploration of the perceptual dimensions of walkability Dudley Bonsal
James Madison University
015 Social Dynamics of Surface Mining Impacts in Eastern Kentucky Buddhi Gyawali
Kentucky State University
016 Poet's Table: Secret Places of the Black Hills, South Dakota David Leiferman
South Dakota State University
017 Communities of Interest at Different Scales Daniel Phillips
University of California - Santa Barbara
018 The real inconvenient truth: Making climate justice a big deal on campus! Laura Abreu
Southern Connecticut State University
019 Infrastructure, Subjectivity, and the Debates Surrounding Expressway Expansion into Split Oak Forest Caitlin Jones
Florida State University
020 An Update on the Perceptions of Flood Hazards in Flash Flood Alley Richard Earl
Texas State University
021 Card game would help spatial thinking to start GIS Masayo Tsuchida
Esri Japan Corporation
022 Elements of place name restoration: repair and replenishment in language Sophie Brown
SUNY ESF
023 Landmark-Based Navigation for Disaster Mitigation Matthew Plummer
Pennsylvania State University

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