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GIS, Remote Sensing, Spatial Analysis and Modeling, and Cartography Poster Session

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ID Title Participant
001 Apply MODIS vegetation indices to regional crop growth and yield mapping Sadia Alam Shammi
PhD STUDENT Mississippi State University
002 High-resolution mapping long-term and seasonal inundation extent dynamics in global lakes and reservoirs Fangfang Yao
Kansas State University
003 Mapping Foot Trail Suitability at the Mill Creek Nature Preserve in Steuben County, New York State Christina Morrow
004 Evaluating the Effect of Habitat Quality on Biodiversity in a Highly Modified Ecosystem Miles Van Denburg
Clark University
005 Integrating Remote Sensing Technologies to Reconstruct Cultural Landscapes in Post Classic Lake Patzcuaro Basin Celena Westberry
Colorado State University
006 Hands-On Teaching and Learning in Spectroscopy and Remote Sensing Michaela Buenemann
New Mexico State University
007 Geography and Geospatial Technology – Resources for Teaching the Why’s of Where Ann Johnson
GeoTech Center
008 Geologic Map of the Homestake Reservoir 7.5' quadrangle, Eagle, Lake, and Pitkin Counties, Colorado Theodore Brandt
United States Geological Survey
009 Data Atlas of the World: Infographic Cartography Visualizing Global Indicators Carrie Osgood
010 Who were the most impacted by prescription opioids in Wisconsin 2006-2012: A spatiotemporal GIS analysis WENJIE SUN
Carthage College
011 Spatially modeling education and workforce deserts for veterans and military families in the southern United States Amal Aljaddani
Texas Tech University
012 Open Geographic Data (OSM) for HIV/AIDS control in Côte d'Ivoire Nesit ABEDJE
Development Gateway, Inc.
013 Introducing Google Earth Engine across geospatial technology courses John DeGroote
University of Northern Iowa
014 Assessing Land Surface Temperature, Vegetation Cover, and Compounding Vulnerability Factors to Identify High Priority Areas for Cooling Initiatives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Spencer Nelson
McGill University
015 Automated Orthomosaics of Historical Aerial Photographs and Horizontal Accuracy Analysis Ji Won Suh
University of Connecticut

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