GIS, Remote Sensing, and Urban Geography Guided Poster Session

Type: Virtual Guided Poster
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Day: 4/8/2021
Start / End Time: 1:30 PM / 2:45 PM (PDT)
Room: Virtual 53
Organizers: Program Committee
Chairs: Danielle Kittredge

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Agenda

Type Details Minutes Start Time
Presenter Maria Sol Ramirez Senz*, Oklahoma State University, Chicago's domestic violence post COVID-19: A GIS visualization 5 1:30 PM
Presenter McKenna Dutkiewicz*, , Rhett Mohler, Professor at Saginaw Valley State University, Usage of a Drone to Monitor Rhamnus Cathartica Growth Under Tree Canopy 5 1:35 PM
Presenter Joseph Knapp*, University of Nebraska—Omaha, Department of Geography and Geology, Historic Preservation Methodologies: Reconnaissance Survey vs. the Character Score 5 1:40 PM
Presenter Amena Begum Ruma*, University of South Dakota, Mark Dixon, University of South Dakota, Mark Sweeney, University of South Dakota , S M Asger Ali, Mississippi State University , Patterns and Processes of Sandbar Revegetation on the Missouri National Recreational River 5 1:45 PM
Presenter Alejandro Sanchez Zarate*, UN-Habitat, Spatial patterns of Twitter topics in gentrified areas in Mexico City 5 1:50 PM
Presenter Thomas Douthat*, LSU, Lindsey Lamana, LSU, A workflow and methodologies for Network Analysis in Plan Evaluation: A case study from the Louisiana Watershed Initiative 5 1:55 PM
Presenter John Hasse*, Rowan University, Katrina McCarthy, Rowan University, Tracking New Jersey's Changing Landscape through Dynamic Animated Mapping 5 2:00 PM
Presenter Michael Burnett*, Queens University, Dongmei Chen, Queens University, Surface Urban Heat Island Effects on Bio-Productive Rural Land Covers Surrounding a Low Density Urban Center 5 2:05 PM
Presenter Porter Burns*, Texas Christian University, Airports & Urban Morphology: What Unified the Dallas - Ft. Worth Metroplex 5 2:10 PM
Presenter Danielle Kittredge*, , 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 5 2:15 PM

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