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Thursday, February 26 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
G. Herbert Stout Student Award Presentations - Graduate Students

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  • Total Surface Area of North America in Rivers and Streams Larger Than Previously Thought
             George Allen, UNC-CH

  • What’s All the Fuzz About? Examining Differences in Accuracy of Species Distribution Models Across Grain Size Using FIA Data at True and Fuzzed Locations
             Joseph DiRenzo, NCSU

  • Modeling the Nesting Suitability of Loggerhead Sea Turtles (Caretta caretta) in North Carolina Using Geospatial Technologies
             Alyssa Randall, UNC-W


Dr. Hugh Devine

Emeritus Distinguished Professor, NC State University

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George Allen

Graduate Student, UNC-Chapel Hill
George is a doctoral candidate in the department of Geological Sciences at UNC Chapel Hill and works with Dr. Tamlin Pavelsky in the Global Hydrology research group. He uses GIS, remote sensing, and image processing techniques to study the global fluvial system. George is building the first high resolution, global scale database of river planimetrics which will be used to constrain a wide variety of earth surface process models.

Joseph DiRenzo

Graduate Student, North Carolina State University
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Alyssa Randall

GIS Analyst/Environmental Planner, Planning Communities, LLC
Alyssa research areas of interest include conservation GIS, environmental modeling, coastal management, geostatistics, satellite image processing and environmental impact analysis. Her strong GIS background has allowed her to work on a number of exciting projects such as modeling species, analyzing hydrologic resources, and studying the perception of sea level rise and literacy. Alyssa has completed maps and analyses for the NC Wildlife... Read More →

Thursday February 26, 2015 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Room 303

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