PhD Candidate Amy Braun published book chapter entitled: “Got Algae?”: Putting Marine Life to Work for Sustainability’. The chapter is a part of a volume edited by Irus Braverman and Elizabeth Johnson, entitled Blue Legalities: The Life and Laws of the … Continued
Category: Graduate Student
UNC libraries celebrated 2019 GIS Day on Nov. 13, 2019 with the traditional Student Map Competition and Humanitarian Mapathon. Both events were sponsored by the Department of Geography and the University Libraries. The winners of the map competition were decided … Continued
Qiu, T., C. Song, Y. Zhang, H. Liu & J. M. Vose (2020) Urbanization and climate change jointly shift land surface phenology in the northern mid-latitude large cities. Remote Sensing of Environment, 236, 111477.
Pallavi Gupta, third year graduate student in the Department of Geography was selected as a 2019 Humanities Professional Pathway Fellow. The goal of this fellowship was to support her development as a community-engaged scholar. She worked in collaboration with two … Continued
Osborne, Z. M., S. L. van de Gevel, M. A. Eck & M. Sugg (2019) An Assessment of Geospatial Technology Integration in K–12 Education. Journal of Geography, 1-12.
Woodul, R. L., P. L. Delamater & M. Emch (2019) Hospital surge capacity for an influenza pandemic in the triangle region of North Carolina. Spatial and spatio-temporal epidemiology, 30, 100285.
While conducting research on his dissertation related to mineral rights in Texas, UNC Geography PhD Candidate Trey Murphy was interviewed by the NPR bureau in west Texas on the booming oil economy and the possibility of a bust. To hear … Continued
Mary Biggs, first-year Master’s student, received the 2019 Master’s Research Grant from the Cultural Geography Specialty Group of the AAG. She will use this money to conduct research this summer for her master’s thesis, tentatively titled “Constructing the Past, Constructing … Continued
Goel, V., M. Islam, M. Yunus, M. Ali, A. Khan, N. Alam, A. Faruque, G. Bell, M. Sobsey & M. Emch (2019) Deep tubewell microbial water quality and access in arsenic mitigation programs in rural Bangladesh. Science of The Total … Continued
Geography graduate student Tong Qiu’s GIS research project “Automatic Extraction of Water Bodies from ZY-3 Imagery based on spectral signature: A case study in Wuhan City” just won first place in the 2018 UNC Innovative Use of GIS Competition. In … Continued