Interactive Storymaps

Geography students have created online map products with the assistance of Cathie Benjamin, the department’s Instructional Support Technician. Products from Groups 1 and 2 were funded by the National Science Foundation and by Student Learning Fees. The links in Group 3 point to geography graduate projects, and Group 4 maps were produced during an Advanced GIS class. In that class, each student partnered with a campus or community group to produce a focused map that would be linked online from the group’s website. For example, the “Nome Cult Interactive Map” showed the location of the Nome Cult Trail for the Department of Anthropology, and the “City of Chico Volunteer Site Locator” helped volunteers find their meeting places. All maps are viewable at the links below and will be hosted on the department’s GIS Server for two years after graduation as a portfolio example of each student’s work. This assignment required communication skills, GIS expertise, technical cartographic decisions, and some guided web programming using Notepad.

Interactive Storymaps

Chapmantown, Lisa McCandless, Prof LaDona Knigge, Prof Vince Ornelas:

http://geochico.csuchico.edu/dev/Chapmantown

Chico Arboretum Tour , Cathie Benjamin, Lyell Griswold, and Prof. Colleen Hatfield:

http://geochico.csuchico.edu/CampusTrees

Jonas Chanh, “How Far Do CSU Chico Students Travel” at

http://tinyurl.com/lfpzd64

Sarah Deal, “Sightings Dead & Alive 2014” at

http://tinyurl.com/ptyoex9 

Maryssa Fraley, “Large Animals: Domestic, Livestock & Wild” at

http://tinyurl.com/lm4z73r

Rebecca Mangin, “Evaluation of Domestic vs Nondomestic Mammals” at

http://bit.ly/135V6qT

Dexter Nelson, “Animal Behavior Times“ at

http://tinyurl.com/pppj2eo

Eric Scovel, “2014 Sightings: Dead or Alive!” at

http://tinyurl.com/pxgm95p

Comparison of case study at Rapid Run Creek Cincinnati, Ohio, Shayla Ramos:

http://tinyurl.com/k8qan3z

 

Group 1 (National Science Foundation Grant):

http://geochico.csuchico.edu/bfblnv/

Group 2 (Student Learning Fee Student Assistants):

Kirstyn Pittman, This Way to Sustainability VII,
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/flexviewers/susCon/

Neil Church, Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve, 
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/flexviewers/bccer/

Matt Weber, Butte Creek Ecological Preserve,
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/flexviewers/bcep/

Kirstyn Pittman, Altacal Audubon Christmas Bird Count,
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/flexviewers/cbc/

Group 3 (Graduates):

Matt Weber for his thesis titled “Hip and Knee Joint Replacement Surgery in California 2010” at
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/flexviewers/surgery/

Heidi Ogle for her thesis titled "Chico Historical GIS"
http://www.csuchico.edu/chicohistoricalgis/

Group 4 (Advanced GIS):

Ryan Ford for the “Nome Cult Trail Interactive Map” at 
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/flexviewers/12/nomeCult

Rick Helgerson for “City of Chico Volunteer Site Locator” at 
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/flexviewers/12/volunteer

Amy Lippus for “Chaffin Family Orchards“ at 
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/flexviewers/12/chaffin

Henry Schleiger for the “Saw-whet owl project” at 
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/flexviewers/12/sawWhet

Chad Shook for the “California Urban Streams Alliance—The Stream Team” at
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/flexviewers/12/streamTeam/

Mark Richerson for “Big Chico Creek Watershed Alliance” at
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/flexviewers/12/bccwa/

Buck Osegueda for “Friends of Bidwell Park” at
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/flexviewers/12/fobp/

Kirstyn Pittman for master’s thesis titled “Hip and Knee Joint Replacement Surgery” at 
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/flexviewers/surgery/

John Davis for “Barry Kirshner Wildlife Foundation” at
http://geochico.csuchico.edu/dev/419/john/flexviewer/