2013 GIS Day Student Posters

Global river hydrography and network routing: baseline data and new approaches to study the world’s large river systems

Günther Grill, Camille Ouellet Dallaire, Etienne Fluet, Rachel Dryden, Mathis Messager,
Joseph Ariwi, Mira Anand, Irena Nedeva and Bernhard Lehner

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Development of a method to estimate lake volumes from surrounding topographic information at the global scale

                     Mathis Messager, Guenther Grill, Oliver Schmitt, Bernhard Lehner

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A Decomposition/Recomposition Workflow Management Framework for Feature Extraction in Big Imagery Data

Jin Xing

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 Impacts of sea level rise on marsh as fish habitat

Dante Torio

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Phenology of Vegetation Light-Use Efficiency from Reflectance: Experiment over Two Boreal Ecosystems

 Julie de Gea

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Hyperspectral Imagery Application In Mass Graves Detection: An Experimental Case Study

Gabriela Ifimov

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Investigating Signal-to-Noise Ratios Derived from Spectral Data Summed During versus Post-collection

Natalie Cornish, Raymond Soffer, Margaret Kalacska

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Geovisualization of the African Monsoons

Carl Hughes

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Can we use a crisis mapping platform for community development?

Ana Brandusescu

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Dynamic systems in GIS: an evaluation of primate movement patterns

Tyler Bonnell

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Largest 25 Cities in the World through History, 430 B.C. to A.D. 2025

Malcolm Araos-Egan

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Image Segmentation with Large Remote Sensing Images

Jin Xing, Renee Sieber

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Summing Data Post-collection to Solve Imaging Limitations

Natalie Cornish

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Using High Spatial And Spectral Remotely Sensed Data For Biophysical and Biochemical Vegetation Characteristics Determination At Mer Blue Bog

Carlomagno Soto

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My dear friend: 19th century museums and the formation of scientific networks

Jason Young, Catilin Watt, Andrew Pollock

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Measuring the effectiveness of protected areas and indigenous territories of Panama in reducing deforestation

Gerardo Vergara-Asenjo

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Picturing Adaptation to Climate Change in the Khumbu Region of Nepal

Diana King

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