Innovative Use of GIS competition is sponsored by the Department of Geography, GIS Graduate Certificate Program and the Davis Library Research Hub every other year. In addition to the monetary awards, the first place undergraduate and graduate winners will be … Continued
Innovative Use of GIS competition is sponsored by the Department of Geography, GIS Graduate Certificate Program and the Davis Library Research Hub every other year. Links to the news on Davis library website –http://library.unc.edu/services/data/student-map-competition/ In the recent competition, Geography graduate student … Continued
The Geography Department hosted the annual Eyre Lecture on December 2nd, featuring one of its own faculty for the first time. Dr. Stephen Birdsall, who is retiring following 50 years of teaching,research and service at UNC, spoke on Wayfaring: Places, … Continued
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Dr Konrad, Director of the Southeast Regional Climate Center, has been interviewed on the recent large wildfires in the Southeastern United States. An unusually dry fall has primed the region for an intense fire season. The relentless progression of climate change, has likely contributed to … Continued
Thiede, B., C. Gray & V. Mueller (2016) Climate variability and inter-provincial migration in South America, 1970–2011. Global Environmental Change, 41, 228-240.
Olson, E. & S. Reddy. 2016. Geographies of Youth Religiosity and Spirituality. In Establishing Geographies of Children and Young People. Springer.
TitleCrona, B. I., X. Basurto, D. Squires, S. Gelcich, T. M. Daw, A. Khan, E. Havice, V. Chomo, M. Troell & E. A. Buchary (2016) Towards a typology of interactions between small-scale fisheries and global seafood trade. Marine Policy, 65, … Continued
Geography graduate student Amy Braun has been awarded the UNC Graduate School Off Campus Dissertation Research Fellowship for spring 2017. Amy’s project examines how the growth of the marine biotechnology sector, and algal biofuels in particular, contributes to producing sustainable … Continued
In Nov 16, 2016’s GIS day map competition, which was co-sponsored by Geography department and Davis Library, geography major Johanna won first place. There were 38 submissions to the map competition, including a web map on unc.maps.arcgis.com. Johanna Schaaper, who is … Continued