GIS and Spatial Analysis and Modeling Poster Session

Type: Virtual Poster
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Day: 4/9/2021
Start / End Time: 9:35 AM / 10:50 AM (PST)
Room: Virtual 52
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Agenda

ID Title Participant
001 Encounter probability analysis of injured birds in Iowa: A spatial perspective Grace Trenkamp
Student University of Wisconsin
002 Developing a Minimal GIS Plugin for Teaching Introductory QGIS Maja Cannavo
Middlebury College
003 Daily activity locations k-anonymity for the evaluation of disclosure risk of individual GPS datasets Jue Wang
University of Toronto
004 Reproducibility of a Climate Vulnerability Model for Africa Joseph Holler
Middlebury College
005 Assessing Impact of Hurricane Harvey on Historical Landmarks in Houston using remote sensing Cynthia Walker
006 Spatiotemporal Pattern of Human Exposure to Air Pollution and the Relationships with Wind-Related Urban Form Factors Ye Tian
University of Georgia
007 Spatial Analysis of College Town area in Tallahassee, Florida Jacob Doty
Florida State University
008 Making history relevant Sarah Jaffe
009 Spatiotemporal Patterns of Irrigation Adoption in Alabama Ashleigh Price
University of Southern Mississippi
010 Modelling Spatiotemporal Patterns of COVID-19 spread over Oman Khalifa Alkindi
SQU
011 Evaluating Global Environmental Changes from 1979 to 2019, to Identify Priority Conservation Areas for Birds Qihui Wang
Clark University
012 Prediction of suitable habitat of deep-sea framework-forming scleractinian corals in the Gulf of Mexico under the RCP 8.5 scenario of global emission of carbon dioxide Zhiyong Hu
Associate Professor University of West Florida
013 Mapping Air Quality Throughout the Greater Richmond Area So Myung Kim
University of Richmond
014 Geographic and Temporal Crime Patterns Across Six U.S. Cities Rebecca Walter
University of Washington

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