Colloquium

colloquium

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Colloquium Rubric

Spring 2019 Geography Colloquium Schedule

Thursdays 8th period (2:50-3:50 PM)

Turlington 3012

31 January
Dr. Peter Waylen
A Matter of Degree, Here or There: Changing Extreme Daily Rainfalls, Zarcero, Costa Rica.

7 February
Anni Yang
Multi-scale Modeling for Zoonoses: Exploring Two Indirectly Transmitted Pathogens in SW Montana

14 February
Abolfazl Mollalo
GIS-based, Data-Driven Techniques for Spatial Analysis of Infectious Diseases at the Community, Regional, and National Levels

21 February
Emily Dinh
Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease Virus Transmission Risk in North Florida Ranched & Wild White-Tailed Deer

28 February
Dr. Michael Norris
From the Landscape to the Lab: Experimentation in Medical Geography

7 March
SPRING BREAK – NO COLLOQUIUM

14 March
Hannah Herrero
Remote Sensing Analysis of Savanna Vegetation Change in African Parks – From Local to Regional Scale

21 March
Meshari Alenzi
Temporal-Spatial Analysis of Vegetation Cover Change and Protected Area Management

28 March
Charles Wu
Decadal Morphodynamic and Sedimentation variations in the Lowermost Mississippi River

4 April
AAGS – NO COLLOQUIUM

11 April
Poster Session for Masters Students

18 April
Yu Wang
Evaluating the Effects of Land Surface Conditions on Rainfall Patterns of Modeled Landfalling Tropical Cyclones Using Geospatial Methods