Stories From 2022

Jun 22, 2022

Undergrad Position Available for Biological Invasions Research

The Landscape Dynamics group at the Center for Geospatial Analytics is recruiting an NC State University undergraduate to assist with ongoing biological invasions research. Applications are due July 26, 2022.

Jun 14, 2022

The Future of Geospatial Analytics

In a new forward-looking series, Rob Dunn invites experts to predict the future of their fields to better understand how to best steer them towards the most fruitful outcomes.

Jun 13, 2022

Study: People Are Most Physically Active When Their Environments are Both Highly Walkable and Very Green

New research used wearable sensors and satellite data to identify how a person’s environment affects their level of daily exercise.

Jun 8, 2022

Forecasting the Arrival of an Insect Pest

Invasive agricultural pests are a big problem, and the first step to preventing or minimizing their damage is determining whether an area is environmentally suitable for invasion. Predicting *when* a pest is likely to arrive, though, is just as important as anticipating *where*...

Jun 8, 2022

Invasive Insect that Kills Grapes Could Reach California Wine Region by 2027

A study led by the Center for Geospatial Analytics predicts the spotted lanternfly has a low probability of first reaching the grape-producing counties of California by 2027, and a high probability by 2033.

Jun 8, 2022

Pest or Pathogen Spread (PoPS) Model 2.0.0 Released

Developers at the Center for Geospatial Analytics have released the newest official version of the Center’s signature open source system for forecasting the spread of insect pests and disease and for testing control strategies: PoPS 2.0

May 31, 2022

Meet the Center for Geospatial Analytics’ Associate Directors

In November 2021, the Center for Geospatial Analytics added a new associate director to its leadership team, and since has refreshed the titles of its three other associate directors.

May 27, 2022

Ph.D. student wins paper competition at AWRA Geospatial Water Technology Conference

Congratulations to Kimia Karimi, advised by Faculty Fellow Dan Obenour, recognized for her work titled “A Data-Driven Model for Assessing Nutrient Management Efficacy at the Watershed Scale.”

May 9, 2022

NC State Students Host Exhibition to Celebrate W.E.B. Du Bois’ Visualization Work

The exhibition features a variety of research and data visualization inspired by Du Bois's work.

May 5, 2022

Graduation to Vocation: Katie Kolcusky is Using Data to Protect Nature

Upon graduation, MGIST student Katie Kolcusky will begin work as a solution engineer with Esri's National Government Team.