Applying Geospatial Analysis to Studies of Communicable Diseases Summary: Infectious/communicable diseases have (re)emerged at local, regional, and global scales within the context of contemporary global environmental change, globalization, urbanization, and environmental problems. Geospatial analysis can play a major role in analyzing, modeling, and predicting epidemics and pandemics. In this forum presentation, Dr. Shi will use…
Research lightning talks by Geospatial Analytics Ph.D. students Martine Mathieu (advised by Jennifer Richmond-Bryant), Ian McGregor (advised by Josh Gray), Annie Paulukonis (advised by Tom Purucker (US EPA) and Helena Mitasova) and Felipe Sanchez (advised by Gustavo Machado).
(Spatial) Scales of Justice: Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility in Participatory Sciences
Environmental Drivers of Vector-borne and Zoonotic Diseases: Leveraging Remote Sensing in Public Health
Using Satellite Data for Species Distribution Modeling with GRASS GIS and R Registration opening soon!