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Urban Geography Specialty Group Poster Session: Understanding the Contemporary City 2

Type: Poster
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Sponsor Groups: Urban Geography Specialty Group
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Day: 4/9/2020
Start / End Time: 11:10 AM / 12:25 PM (MDT)
Room: Virtual Track 2
Organizers: Katherine Hankins, Anne Bonds
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Agenda

ID Title Participant
001 Caught in the Crosshairs: Producing Deer as a Threat to the Suburban Way of Life Jillian Sanders
Texas A&M University
002 Trans on Transit: Gender Minorities and Public Transit in Montreal Nat Pace
McGill University
003 Integration of Refugees into the Local Community in Iowa Elena Golosova
University of Northern Iowa
004 Studying the Relationship between Transit Systems and Economic Segregation in Three Major MSAs Vani Singh
University of North Carolina - Charlotte
005 ‘Thrown into an ocean not knowing how to swim’: the temporalities of place-making among Ethiopian Australians in Melbourne Goshu Tefera
Monash University
006 A Mixed-Method, Comparative Analysis of Geographic Information Systems-Based Urban Planning Indices and Parental Landscape Perceptions Shadi Maleki
Texas State University - San Marcos
007 A novel approach to measuring urban open space and eye-level greenness using supervised learning on panoramic imagery in Boston, MA Kyle Monahan
Tufts University
008 An analysis of racial-ethnic neighborhood transitions in the U.S.South from 1990-2010 Treva Tam
University of Pennsylvania
009 An Exploration of the Sociodemographic and Socioeconomic Dichotomy of Shrinking Cities and Formerly Shrinking Cities in the Context of the “Back to the City Movement” Danielle Kittredge
010 Are older adults exhibiting a preference for walkable urban neighborhoods? Bradley Bereitschaft
University of Nebraska - Omaha
011 Characterizing Infill Residential Sites with Space-Time Clustering Dustin Smith
San Diego State University
012 Characterizing spatial patterns of urban development: a global comparative analysis Ting Liu
Northeastern Illinois University
013 Characterizing the Revitalization of Clark University's Hadwen Arboretum Anthony Himmelberger
014 Diasporic Macedonians: Transnational Communities and National Identity Development in Los Angeles County Christina DeCorse
California State University - Long Beach
015 Examining spatiotemporal patterns of gentrification through the developing microbrewing industry within Texas Samuel Ross
016 Formal and Informal Chinatowns: What are the Differences and Why do they Exist? Dongyong Wei
Syracuse University
017 Gentrification in Comics and Graphic Novels Steven Schnell
Kutztown University
018 Geographic Imaginaries of Urban Spatial Segregation: A Case Study of the West End District of Louisville, Kentucky Amber Dock
University of Louisville
019 Housing Affordability in Lodz Dominik Nogala
University of Lodz
020 Intra-Urban Residential Mobility of Middle-Income and High-Income people: A Study to learn mobility of three adjacent neighborhoods of Dhaka City SURAIYA PARVIN
Kent State University
021 Leisurely Consumption and the Restoration of Industrial Structures in New England Jose Torres
Weber State University
022 Resurrecting Zion: Unvisible Deathscapes and Racialized Memory in Memphis, TN Dave Baylis
University of Arkansas
023 Positive Outcome, Exclusive Process? Assessing Effects of Immigration on Housing Price Change in Established and New Destinations Anqi Xu
University of Louisville
024 Richness and Poverty in the Metropolitan Region of Buenos Aires Ana Liberali
University of Buenos Aires
025 Shrinking Cities in the United States from 1900 - 1940 Samuel Otterstrom
Brigham Young University
026 Skateboarder and scooter rider perceptions of the urban environment: A qualitative analysis of user generated content Lorne Platt
027 Social-Ecological Factors Affecting Young Tree Survival in Atlanta, Georgia Sarah Fleckenstein
Furman University
028 The Effects on Place of the Tourism Industries in Asheville, North Carolina and Greenville, South Carolina: A Sustainability Analysis Samantha Bernacki
Furman University
029 The Hoover and Vernon Model of the Neighborhood Life Cycle: The Lake Como Case Study of Stage Four - Abandonment Jana Pimentel
Texas Christian University
030 Urban Development and Greenspace: A Case Study of Parcel Level Spatial Distribution and Supply- Demand Scenario in Austin Raihan Jamil
Louisiana State University
031 What is Dunbar?: Delimiting the Dunbar Neighborhood in San Marcos, Texas Christopher Pierce
University of Northern Iowa
032 Examining Tree Canopy Cover Change in Northern Worcester between 1952 and 2008 Benjamin Ryan
Clark University
033 Privatizing the Production of Settler Colonial Landscapes: ‘Authenticity’ and Imaginative Geography in Wadi Al-Salib, Haifa Yara Sa'di-Ibraheem
034 A Stormwater Story: The Power and Politics of Urban Water Output in Colorado Springs Luci Kelemen
Colorado College
035 Context-based Community Life Circle Delineation Jue Wang
Assistant Professor University of Toronto
036 Effect Land-Use and Land Cover Change on Watersheds in Southeast MA Liam Bhajan
Boston College

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