Geographic Information Science focuses on the theoretical foundations geographical information science, the development and use of state-of-the-art software and emerging technology, and the collection, processing, and interpretation of geospatial information.
Network models used to track how highly communicable diseases spread in a population (Zhong and Bian 2016) Ling Bian, PhD
Simulating 1200 years of boreal forest fires to understand forest ages across the landscape Chris Larsen, PhD
Time and space variation of soil erosion regimes (raindrop impact [red], sheetflow [blue], rill [cyan], and gully [green]) within an experimental landscape Sean Bennett, PhD
Integrated decision-making using environmental models and GIS - Using 137 Cs sampling points of transects to validate soil redistribution predictions with the Geospatial Interface for the WEPP model (GeoWEPP) Chris Renschler, PhD