Six ES majors from the class of 2016, two ES alumni, and three ES faculty attended the American Association of Geographers (AAG) conference in San Francisco, March 29th-April 2nd. Check out the list of presentations below!
The Greening and Browning of the San Juan Mountain Range: Trend Analysis of Landscape Change using Landsat Imagery
Fracking in Pennsylvania: A Spatial Analysis of Impacts on the Soundshed, Viewshed, and Land Cover.
Carbon, Cookstoves, and Kitchens: Case Studies of Fuelwood Use and the Potential for Ethanol Substitutability in Rural India, Vietnam, and Tanzania
Quinn Heist, Alyssa Bosold ’13, and Jessie Pierce ’14, Monica Ogra
Crafting a Campus Sustainability Action Plan: A Grassroots Approach.
Tiny House Communities: The Next Big Thing?
Siobhan Rae McIlhoney, Maura Conley, Kylie McBride
Satellite tracking of Antarctic minke whales (Balaenoptera bonaerensis) in a dynamic sea ice habitat along the West Antarctic Peninsula
Jessica Lee ’13 et al.
Youth-led Sustainability Mobilization in the Inner City Urban Context: Toward a “Regenerative” Just Sustainabilities
Becca Croog ’15
Detecting the creation and removal of fracking impoundments using trend analysis of Landsat imagery
America’s Best Idea? The National Park Service 1916-2016 Session II: Issues and Prospects