The Geospatial Forum brings together researchers, educators, practitioners, and students of the geospatial sciences in an exciting series of lively presentations and discussions of frontiers in geospatial analytics for solutions to environmental and societal challenges. Come exchange ideas with each other and our distinguished guest speakers as they share their latest research, experiences, and applications in geospatial analytics. Everyone is welcome!
The Forum is a Wolfpack Certified Sustainable event. As part of our sustainability efforts, we encourage attendees to please bring your own cup, mug, or thermos for coffee and tea.
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At-a-glance schedule, Spring 2018
The center hosts the Forum on most Thursdays during Fall and Spring semesters (note schedule below) at 3:30-4:30pm in 5103 Jordan Hall, NC State Central Campus. Light refreshments and coffee are served at 3:00 pm in the 5th Floor lobby. Check the program below for topics that may interest you. We hope to see you at a future Forum!
|Jan 25||Thursday||3:30 - 4:30pm||Dr. Adam Terando|
|Feb 08||Thursday||3:30 - 4:30pm||Bill Wheaton|
|Feb 22||Thursday||3:30 - 4:30pm||Dr. Katie Holliday|
|Mar 15||Thursday||3:30 - 4:30pm||Dr. DelWayne Bohnenstiehl|
|Mar 29||Thursday||3:30 - 4:30pm||Dr. Perver Baran|
|Apr 05||Thursday||3:30 - 4:30pm||Dr. Birgit Peterson|
|Apr 19||Thursday||3:30 - 4:30pm||Dr. Joseph Hummer|
Research Ecologist, USGS and NCSU Southeast Climate Science Center - Adjunct Professor, Applied Ecology – Faculty Fellow, Center for Geospatial Analytics – NC State; hosted by Dr. Ross Meentemeyer
Deep Dives into Climate Model Downscaling: Do Higher Resolution Models Help Us Better Adapt to Climate Change?Abstract