Urban Geography Specialty Group Poster Competition: Understanding the 21st Century City

Type: Poster
Sponsor Groups: Urban Geography Specialty Group, Taylor and Francis Group
Organizers: Katherine Hankins


This poster session invites contributions that focus on the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century city. Themes may include but are not limited to
• Race and the city
• Urban politics
• The Global South
• Greening the city
• Transportation
• Housing and homelessness
• Social and spatial (in)justice in the city
• Gentrification and/or neighborhood change
• Urban food systems
• Urban youth
• Mapping urban flows
• Urban infrastructure

Taylor and Francis has offered to sponsor a competition with cash prizes to winners.


ID Title Participant
002 A suburban dreamscape battling plans for densification: The case of housing advertisements Bengt Andersen
The Work Research Institute, Oslo and Akershus University College
003 A Neighborhood Transformed: Urban Renewal and University Expansion in Wheeler Hill, Columbia, SC Sophie Kahler
004 Analysis of spatial pattern and heterogeneity of environmental regulation in Coastal Urban Agglomerations Mei Ren
005 China’s City System Spatial Pattern: An Empirical Analysis Based On Insurance Enterprises Network Weilun You
006 Comparing the vigor and mortality of juvenile residential trees in three Massachusetts 'Gateway Cities' Yeannet Ruiz
007 Creating a matrix to assess pest vulnerability in Massachusetts Gateway City tree plantings Elizabeth Lohr
Clark University
008 Countermodern Urbanism in Singapore: 1965-2015 Nathan Bullock
009 Denver's Evolving Heat Island: The Dual Impacts of Urbanization & Greening Byron Schuldt
0010 Does high-speed railway foster urban innovation production? Evidence from a natural experiment in China Guan MingMing
East China Normal University
011 Gentrification in China: the process and impact Xigang Zhu
012 Georgia Image Atlas I: Urbanization Jeong Seong
University of West Georgia
013 Is there an Urban Heat Island in Farmville, VA? Christopher Labosier
Assistant Professor Longwood University
014 Monitoring Urban Rail Networks: A qualitative study of map use in transit control centers Emily Domanico
Pennsylvania State University
015 Multicriteria Decision Analysis: Prioritizing Vacant Land for Redevelopment in a shrinking Baltimore Paporn Thebpanya
Towson University
016 Natural Capital Assessment of a Planned New Urban Development Elena Oertel
Furman University
017 Restoring the Tagus Riverbank and Creating Unconventional Resident-Tourist Spaces in Lisbon, Portugal Jose Torres
Central Connecticut State University
018 Spatial optimization of emergency medical facilities in Mega-City considering multi-factors Liang Zhou
Post-doc Indiana University
019 Study on the relationship between urbanization and grain production in the Main grain producing areas of China Liu Yumei
020 The Future for Urban Spaces and Indigenous Health in Canada: a Systematic Literature Review Nicole Goodbrand
Queen's University
021 How increase in population affects the provision of sewerage systems in Nairobi County. Jared Omambia
022 Urban expansion simulation and the spatio-temporal changes of multiple ecosystem services in Atlanta Metropolitan area, USA XIAO SUN
023 What happened to Franklin Square Park?: Understanding park quality through historical and present day contexts Milan Brown
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
024 Social Susceptibility to Multiple Air Pollutants in Cardiovascular Disease Ellen Kinnee
University of Pittsburgh
025 Assessing Governance Drivers of Urban Vegetation Change in New York City Juno Garrah
McGill University
026 Los Angeles Homelessness and the Human Right to Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Lourdes Johanna Avelar Portillo
University of Southern California
027 Head Above Water: Sea Level Rise and Gentrification in Brooklyn and Queens, NY. Trevor Guinn
028 How urbanized Finland really is? – The urban population percentage of Finland in the light of 27 national urban area definitions Jaana Vanhatalo
Tampere University of Technology
029 Social-ecological and resilience trait-based approach for spatial planning and analysis of urban gardens in Indianapolis, Indiana Bhuwan Thapa
University of Arizona - Geography & Development
030 Tucson’s Urban Core Fifty Years After Renewal: Celebrating Barrio Histories, Gentrifying Barrio Residents Samto Wongso
Colgate University - Hamilton, NY
031 New Legacies of Deindustrialization: Prospects for Economic and Community Development in the U.S. Midwest and Beyond in the 21st Century Dayne Walling
University of Minnesota - Minneapolis
032 Utilizing Network Analyst Tool to Optimize Watering Routes for the Urban Forest in Syracuse, NY Simone Burns
Syracuse University
033 How Community Geography Improves Open Data Usage William Ford
Syracuse University
034 Miscounting Marginalized Communities- The Importance of Census Counting within Sanctuary Cities Samantha Sanchez
Syracuse University
035 Spatial Storytelling in the City of Syracuse Garrett Boland
036 Moving beyond one-sided explanations of food deserts: A mixed-methods assessment of the food environment in Newark, New Jersey Angelika Winner
CUNY - Graduate Center
037 Redefining the urban soundscape through better maps Jacob Dein
University of Tennessee
038 Refugees in a "Bad Neighborhood" - A Campus & Community Partnership Ali Schaeffing
039 Decomposing the Increase in Suburban Poverty and Diversity Fabian Terbeck
University of Connecticut
040 Taking Steps to Become a Smart City: Using Geospatial Technology to Improve Snow Removal in Syracuse, New York Scotti Koskinen
Syracuse University
041 A multi-dimensional geographical approach to predicting the probability of land site toxicity in urban areas being considered for agricultural farming Richard Romer
Eastern Michigan University
042 Assessment of urban expansion: A case study on Columbus, Ohio Eric Davis Jr
Ohio Wesleyan University
043 Denver: Financial Crash to Gentrification Ridge Zackary
Department of Geography
044 Environmental Injustice? Green Space Access in the Denver Metropolitan Area Joshua Baldwin
University of Denver
045 Determining the Spatial Structure of Shenzhen, China: An Analysis of Commuter Flows and Centers of Activity Nicole Weston
Central Michigan University
046 Estimating the Biomass of the Indianapolis and Chicago Urban Forests Jacob Klaybor
Purdue University
047 Exploration of the mentor in the mentor-mentee relationship within a Youth Environmental Justice Mentorship Program in Los Angeles: A qualitative study Lindsay Kutscher
California State University - Northridge
048 Finding their Niche: A study of the interactions between central cities and their neighboring suburbs Alicia Sloan
049 Foodtruck location: the struggle for eating space Domenica Jara
University of Puerto Rico
050 From Worker's Safe Have To Hipster's Paradise: A Study of Gentrification in Historic South End Maggie-Jean Cook Cook
051 China's City Network System Based on the Space Distribution of Accounting Firm Can Ma
052 Intersectional Conflicts with the City: Kampala, Uganda Yasmine Soubra
University of Texas - Austin
053 Legal Remedies to Control Animal noises in the Urban Areas of Puerto Rico Jose Longo
University of Puerto Rico
054 Living Together / Living Apart: Denaturalizing 21st century urban segregation through stories, sound, and images Jakira Silas
055 Levels of Urbanization in Mandya District of Karnataka, India SURENDRA P
056 Mapping Access to Food Cooperatives Tyler Jackson
UC Davis Geography Graduate Group
057 'Other' geographies of gentrification: Touristification, rent gap and neighborhood change in San Cristóbal de Las Casas, Chiapas Felicia Berryessa-Erich
El Colegio de la Frontera Sur (ECOSUR)
058 Redevelopment of historic St. Petersburg Nathaniel Trumbull
University of Connecticut
059 Role of public transportation in mobility of low income households Abbey Sauerwine
Kutztown University
060 Patterns of and Motivations for Student Participation in Planning a College Town: Geneseo, NY Julia Mintz
061 Spatial Patterns of Crimes in Philadelphia Danqing Xiao
Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania
062 Success Through Succession: Transit Oriented Development and the Sustainable Community in New Britain, CT Timothy Wendeborn
Central Connecticut State University
063 The Morphology of a College Town Residential Neighborhood Suzanne Struve
Blinn College
064 The rise of Korean communities in the 21st-century immigrant gateways Jaeho Ko
065 Toward More Sustainable and Resilient City-Region Food Systems in South Africa & Botswana Julia Davies
University of Arizona
066 Urban Growth Boundaries – A perspective from the developing world Pankaj Bajracharya
University of North Carolina - Greensboro
067 Urban Neighborhood Change in U.S. Metropolitan Areas: Longitudinal Trends, Clustering Effects, Adjacency Effects, and Urban Form Hanzhou Chen
Pennsylvania State University
068 Urbanization and its Implications on Food Security in Sub-Saharan Africa Abbey Fluckiger
Univeristy of Arizona
069 Using Bird's Eye View Maps to Analyze Nineteenth Century Postbellum Urban Development in Western Missouri David Fox
Park University
070 What is the relationship between African Americans and urban parks? Noel Bowers
Kent State University
071 Where the Sidewalks End: Assessing the Progress of Complete Streets Policies in Keene, New Hampshire Michael Murphy
072 Spatial Data Warehouse Development for Maryvale Revitalization Project Lara Shinsato
Arizona State University
073 Keeping The Culture Alive: Using Representation to Combat Gentrification in Urban Cities Jenelle Collier
074 A study on the local government's policies in response to gentrification : The case of Seoul, South Korea. Hyunjin Cho
kyunghee university
075 Gravesend Bay, A Geographic Case Study Rose Jimenez
CUNY - Graduate Center
076 A Case Study of Urban Planning in Greensboro, North Carolina Meagan Boyter
077 A Comparison of City of Detroit (USA) and City of Dinajpur (Bangladesh) by Analyzing Land Use/ Land Cover (LULC) Change of 1975-2015: Application of GIS and Remote Sensing Techniques S M Ahsanullah
Geography And Planning
078 Application of the Heuristic Land Use Allocation Approach in Sustainable Urban Planning Natalia Vorotyntseva
079 Assessing Community Sustainability for a Planned New Urban Development Matthew Cohen
Furman University
080 Assessing Renewable Energy Futures for a Planned New Urban Development Miles Hauser
Furman University
081 Exploring the relationship between urbanization, innovation and CO2 emissions: Evidence from three major urban agglomerations in China Yanwen Sheng
Beijing Normal University
082 Field Study in India: Issues of Urban Growth, Economic Transformation, and Sustainability in Jaipur, Rajasthan Sudeshna Ghosh
Indiana University Of Pennsylvania
083 Growth Management Limits: The Case of Lexington, Kentucky (USA) Lynn Phillips
University of Kentucky
084 Exploring Transit-Based Environmental Injustices in San Gabriel Valley and Greater Los Angeles Bailey Lai
Pomona College
085 Implementation Challenges of Resilience Strategies and the innatention to Urban Geological Risk in Thessaloniki, Greece Evangelos Pitidis
086 How 6,000 Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) Relationships Make Seven U.S. Cities More Cohesive Clio Andris
Pennsylvania State University
087 Monitoring urban tree stress symptom using multi-temporal satellite images in Washington D.C. Fang Fang
West Virginia University
088 The Impact of Urban Form on HSR Accessibility – A Modal Competition Approach Yun Zhao
University of Illinois - Springfield
089 Tracking Urban Geo-Topics based on Dynamic Topic Model Yan Wang
090 Urban Shore-Side Fishers: perspectives on fishery regulations Amy Bosteels
Eckerd College
091 Urban Expansion and the Loss of Prairie and Agricultural Lands: An analysis at sub-watershed scales Opeyemi Zubair
Tarleton State University
092 Urbanization and Density Pattern in Bangladesh: A Study Using Spatial Statistics and Tools Solaiman Khan
The University of Toledo
093 Using GIS Modeling to Evaluate Equity in Cycling Infrastructure in Virginia Cities Hannah Cacner
James Madison University
094 Spatial expansion and contraction of urban commercial banks(regional banks) in Korea, China and Japan JAE-CHEON LEE
Beijing Normal University
095 Change Detection in a Post-Industrial Environment Jacob Taylor
Ohio University
096 Evaluating buffer stress along a spectrum of land uses for wetland health rapid assessment in Delaware Matthew Walter
University of Delaware
097 Delineation of regional boundaries of small and medium sized cities and identification of factors associated with their growth Dohyeong Kim
098 How to Draw the City on Premodern Maps Akihiro Tsukamoto
Tokushima University
099 The dynamics of informality, insufficiency, and conflicts in slums: Evidence from Patna, India Ziming Li
0100 The inter-ethnic inequality in New York city:Evidence from real-time housing price & rent (2018) Yalin Yang
Binghamton University
101 Conveying a Sense of Place for Planning: The Evolution of Mapping for The Southside Community Plan Kimberly Lyons
City of Flagstaff
102 Developing an Open Space and Recreation Plan for Sudbury, Massachusetts Miles Weule Chandler
Clark University

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