March 16, 2018
Refreshments are offered in 319 Walker Building at 3:30 p.m. The lecture begins in 112 Walker Building at 4:00 p.m
About the talk
This week's Coffee Hour will features 7 short (a.k.a. lightening) talks by graduate students in the Department of Geography. The talks will offer a glimpse of their research in progress.
About the speakers
- Natalie Pawlikowski: Group Gap Dynamics and Implications for Fire Resilience in an Old-Growth Ponderosa Pine Forest
- Cary Anderson: Map Happy: Emotive Color Connotations in Cartographic Design
- Carolynne Hultquist: Comparison of Fukushima Radiation Dispersion Simulations to Government and Volunteer-Contributed Environmental Observations
- Elham Nasr: Nature Schools and their Impacts on Empowering of Young Girls
- Zach Goldberg: Coffee Hour Food: How can $25 change the world?
- Weiming Hu: Unstructured Grid Adaptation with Genetic Algorithm for Numeric Weather Prediction
- Peter Backhaus: Synthesizing Remote Wetland Functional Assessment Methods
Department of Geography Speakers Committee