Advanced GIS Final Project Posters

The Spring 2013 Advanced GIS students combined research, statistics, and mapping skills to create scientific posters representing their final projects. These posters can be viewed at the links below.

Aaron Belcher and Paul Strange: “Coliforms and E. coli in Big Chico Creek”

Garin Wally and Dan Lucero: “Status Clusters of CSU Chico Applications: Fall 2013, Coastal Southern California”

Jamison Binowski and Alex Fearn: “Analysis of Snow Pack in Big Chico Creek Watershed (1990-2008)”

Jonathan Correa and Ted Cahill: “Aspect, Slope, and Wind Relationships with Burn Severity”

Lyell Griswold and Max Hartsock: “Forty Year Fire Analysis of Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks”

Marilla Baker: “Investigating Post-Fire Archaeological Site Vulnerability: A Multi-Component Approach”

Catherine Davis: “Viewshed Analysis of Betty’s Hope Sugar Plantation, Antigua, West Indies”

Alyssa Caldwell: “Geography of Ownership and Land Fallowing Decisions with Rice Farmers in Butte County, California (1984-2012)”