Mapping for Justice at GIS Day on November 17th
The overview links will be available on the Geospatial Centroid website.
10 am-10.20am: “Spatial Patterns of Social and Environmental Justice,” presented by Matt Ross, Director of Geospatial Centroid and Assistant Professor of Watershed Science
10:25 am-10:45 am: “The Consequences of Inequitable Urban Environments for Wildlife ”, presented by Sara Bombaci, Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation
10:50 am-11:10 am: “Colorado EnviroScreen: Mapping How the Environment Impacts Health in Colorado ”, presented by Dan Carver, Technical Director of Geospatial Centroid
11:15 am-11:35 am: “Visualizing USFS Recreation Data and the Communities We Serve,” presented by Taylor Willow, GIS Specialist for the US Forest Service
11:40 am to noon: “Prisons and Agriculture ”, presented by Carrie Chennault, School of Global Environmental Sustainability
12.05-12.25pm: “Combining remote sensing and ethnography to understand the implications of mining in rural Ghana”, presented by Heidi Hausermann, Department of Anthropology and Geography
12h30-12h50: “Introducing the Native Land Information System,” presented by David Bartecchi, Village Earth Indigenous Lands Advocacy Project
1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. (hybrid event): Career Connections with the GIS panel in MSNR Room 345 and Zoom.
2:45 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. (face-to-face workshop): “Mapping Apps Online: Exploring special patterns of social and environment inequities,” presented by Caitlin Mothes and Elizabeth Tulanowski of Geospatial Centroid at Rm. 175 of the Morgan Library. Pre-registration requested is requested and there can be a maximum of 26 participants.
4 pm-5pm (hybrid event): Mapathon: Create spatial data for a humanitarian aid project in OpenStreet Map. This event will take place either via Zoom or in Room 211G of the Morgan Library. Bring a laptop (and mouse) if you have one, but some computers will be available.