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13th Annual GIS Day @ KU a Huge Success

Thursday, December 4, 2014

240 people registered and attended the 13th annual GIS Day @ KU on November 19th.  Here are the results of the student paper competition:


1st Place - $300 - Lindsey Yasarer

2nd Place - $200 - Emily Fekete

3rd Place - $100 - Jennifer Glabius

Judging Guidelines (PDF)

The following student papers were accepted for the 2014 Student Competition.

Will Chatfield-Taylor
Graduate Student,
The University of Kansas
  Comparing the Effects of Temporal vs Spatial-Auto-correlation on MODIS/AQUA Satellite Chlorophyll-a Data Using Python and ArcGIS-based Interpolation Routines
Jim Coll
Graduate Student,
Environmental Science,
The University of Kansas
  Global Analysis of Snow Cover Changes Using Google Earth Engine  
Emily Fekete
Graduate Student,
The University of Kansas
  No Business Left Behind: Using GIS and Social Media to Address Issues of Consumption
Jennifer Glaubius
Graduate Student,
The University of Kansas
  Modeling the Impact of Agricultural Terrace Walls on Spatial Patterns of Erosion and Landscape Evolution
Emmanuel Hernandez, Danielle Kuhn, and Kenzie Stephens
Undergraduate Students,
School of Business,
The University of Kansas
  Campus Village Transportation
Steven Obenhaus
Graduate Student,
School of Education,
The University of Kansas
  [WITHDREW]Rising Segregation and Concentrated Poverty in Growing and Diverse Suburban School Districts
Cesalea N. Osborne
Undergraduate Student,
Environmental Science,
Haskell Indian Nations University
  Climate Change Impacts on the Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer in South-Central Oklahoma due to Projected Precipitation Variations  
Lindsey Yasarer
Graduate Student,
Environmental Science
The University of Kansas
  Using ArcGIS to extrapolate greenhouse gas emissions on the Pengxi River, a tributary of the Three Gorges Reservoir in China

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