Geospatial Science & Engineering Seminar Series: Fall 2012
Seminars are scheduled for Monday afternoons from 4 to 5pm in Wecota-100, the Sunroom.
|AUG 27 ||Dr. Bill Hargrove, Landscape Ecologist, Eastern Forest Environmental Threat Assessment Center, USDA Forest Service -- Southern Research Station:
ForWarn Forest Disturbance Change Detection System Provides a Weekly Snapshot of US Forest Conditions to Aid Forest Managers |
|SEP 03 ||Labor Day - no seminar.
|SEP 10 ||Dr. Armel Kaptue, Post-Doctoral Fellow, GIScCE, SDSU:
Vegetation dynamics and hydrological changes in ponds of the Central Sahel within the last 40 years. |
|SEP 17 ||Prof. Hilary Hungerford, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, SDSU:
Looking beyond the map: water access in Niamey, Niger. |
|SEP 24 ||Prof. Xiao Qin, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, SDSU:
Spatial analysis of road weather safety data using a Bayesian hierarchical modeling approach. |
|OCT 01 ||Dr. Naiara Pinto, Research Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Maryland:
Discovering hidden gradients in forest structure with active remote sensing.
|OCT 08 ||Native Americans Day - no seminar.
|OCT 15 ||Prof. Alistair Smith, Assistant Professor, University of Idaho:
Remote sensing of fire severity and intensity. |
|OCT 22 ||Dr. Jordan Muss, Post-Doctoral Fellow, GIScCE, SDSU:
Shape-based metrics: A means of wringing more information from lidar waveforms. |
|OCT 29 ||Dr. Birgit Peterson, Scientist, ARTS, USGS EROS Center:
Large-area fuel mapping using airborne and spaceborne lidar |
|NOV 12 ||Veterans Day - no seminar.
|NOV 19 ||Prof. Carol Johnston, Professor, Department of Natural Resource Management, SDSU:
Land use impacts of row crop expansion in the Dakotas: What is being lost? |
|NOV 26 ||Dr. Chris Wright, Post-Doctoral Fellow, GIScCE, SDSU:
Land use change, climate change, and habitat connectivity in the Prairie Pothole Region |
|DEC 03 ||Dead Week - no seminar.|
|DEC 10 ||Finals Week - no seminar.|
Spring 2012 Seminar Series
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