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GIS Day 2016

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

GIS Day is a global event highlighting the research and real-world applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology. On November 16, 2016 from 1-4pm in the Atrium of The D.B. Weldon Library, Western Libraries will join the GIS community all over the world to celebrate our fourth annual GIS Day.

TimeTopic
1:00 - 1:15Opening Remarks
1:15 - 2:00Lightning Talks
Sarah Peirce
Investigating the Relationships Between River Morphology and Bedload Transport Using Image-Based Analysis
Yang Song
Estimation of Winter Wheat Final Yield Using UAV-Based Imagery and Ground Calculated Biomass
Chris Smart
Bedrock Topographic Mapping Southwestern Ontario and Lake Huron
Hongyu Zhang ,Chunhua Liao, and Peter Crawford
GoGeomatics and Its New London Ontario Group
Brian McLaughlin
London Fire Department - Fighting Fires with Data
2:00 - 2:15Q&A
2:15 - 2:45Lightning Talks
Liz Sutherland
OGSR Library: Digging Deeper into GIS
Matilde Welber
Mapping of Sediment Distribution and Texture in a Laboratory Flume
Jinfei Wang
GIS Data Acquisition Using Remote Sensing
Felipe Gonzalez-Macqueen
Use of Drones and GIS to Identify Geoglyphs in the Sihuas Valley, Peru
2:45 - 3:00Q&A
3:00 - 4:00Demonstrations, Refreshments, and Poster Presentations
Helen Chen
Assessing Landscape Effects on Genetics and Dispersal of the Rocky Mountain Apollo Butterfly Parnassius Smintheus Using a Resistance Mapping Approach
Catherine DuBreck
Examining the Food Environment for Children and Youth: An Urban-Suburban-Rural Comparison of the Community and Consumer Food Environments in London and Middlesex County, Ontario
Fernando Mercado Malabet
Validating the Use of Canopy Cover as a Proxy Predictor of Human Disturbance across Forest Habitats in Northern Madagascar
Zhenpei Li, Jinfei Wang and Robert Brook
A 3D Pipeline Spatial Data Model Towards Web-based 3D GIS Application
Yuechen Li
Regional Planning Based on GIS - A Case Study in Northeast of Chongqing
Xiaodong Huang, Jinfei Wang and Jiali Shang
A Multi-Temporal Supervised Binary-Tree Classification Scheme for Polarimetric SAR with Maximum Difference of Polarization Signature
Chris Hewitt
Mapping Pevensey Bay: The Historical, Environmental and Cartographic Evidence


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