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Current Graduate Research

 Atmospheric Science Graduate Students

Fall 2014 - Spring 2015

Presentations - Papers and Posters

  • Liu, Weibo.  April 2015.  Development of a Web GIS Application for Cryosphere  Community Based on Open source Software Tools.  Association of  American Geographers, Annual Meeting 2015, Chicago, IL. 
  • Logan, Kelly.  December 2014.  "Land-Atmosphere Coupling Metric  Investigated Across Scales," American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting,  San Francisco, CA. 

Fall 2013 - Spring 2014

October 2013
 
Geological Society of America, Denver, CO
 
  • Kolbe Andrzejewski et.al.
    A GIS-enhanced USGS EDMAP study of the lower Kansas River valley
  • Claire A. Forgacs et.al.
    IRSL dating of a vegetated dune field in central Alaska
  • Jennifer Glaubius
    The role of agricultural terrace construction and maintenance on landscape evolution of the Traghanes Plateau
  • Melissa Goldade et.al.
    Modeling past and present flood water inundation in the Middle East
 
Society of Wetland Scientists Central Chapter Meeting, Meadville, MO
 
  • Dana Peterson, invited guest speaker
    Remote Sensing of Wetlands
 
November 2013
 
GIS Day, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
 
  • Dana Peterson, invited plenary speaker
    Developing an enterprise GIS for interdisciplinary research to model farmers’ land use decisions
December 2013
 
American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA
 
  • Boyu Feng
    Linking the annual variation of snow radar-derived accumulation in West Antarctica to long-term automatic weather station measurements
  • Ferdouz Cochran et.al.
    Remote detection of urban intensity for climate change impact assessments
  • Leiqui Hu, et.al.
    How can we use MODIS land surface temperature to validate long-term urban model simulations?
  • Kelly Logan
    Impact of prairie management on carbon and water flux dynamics and drought response
 
January 2014
 
Kansas Natural Resource Conference, Wichita, KS
 
  • Dana Peterson et.al.
    Mapping woody encroachment at the Fort Riley Military Reserve using Object Based Image Analysis (OBIA)
 
March 2014
 
Digital Domains in Archeology, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS
 
  •  Jennifer Glaubius
    Automated delineation of agricultural terraces on the Traghnes Plateau in Messenia, Greece using object-based image analysis (OBIA)
 
April 2014
 
  • Weibo Liu
    Seasonal and diurnal characteristics of land surface temperature and major explanatory factors in Harris County, Texas
 
Mid-America GIS Consortium 2014 Symposium, Kansas City, MO
 
  • Melissa Goldade et.al.
    Modeling past and present flood water inundation in the Middle East
 
May 2014
 
American Meteorological Society, Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Portland, OR
 
  • Kelly Logan
    Impact of drought and woody encroachment on carbon and water flux dynamics
 
 

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