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Center for Geospatial Analytics News
September 17, 2021
Can a Hands-On Model Help Fight Tree Disease?
No coding or software expertise is needed to use Tangible Landscape, an interactive 3D model that permits testing different strategies for stopping sudden oak death, which has killed millions of trees.
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Shenandoah National Park Announces Launch of Interactive Map
Discover historic photos, letters and land records from the park, all in a newly launched interactive web map created by center researchers and students.
Browse the park's rich history »
DELTA Spotlight: Stacy Supak
As a DELTA (Distance Education and Learning Technology Applications) Faculty Fellow, center teaching assistant professor Stacy Supak is ushering in new tools and techniques to help students think spatially.
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Planetary Geology, Part I
How and why do planets look the way they do? What can Earth tell us about other planets – and vice versa? Faculty Fellow Paul Byrne explains how tectonic, volcanic and impact processes can teach us about distant worlds and our own.
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A "Dead Zone" the Size of Massachusetts
Predictions by Faculty Fellow Dan Obenour and his research team contribute to NOAA's annual forecast for the Gulf of Mexico's hypoxic zone. This year, the zone could rival 2017's record size.
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State Park Attendance Trends Across the Nation
New research by Faculty Fellow Yu-Fai Leung and colleagues highlights the demand placed on state parks by their own popularity. Current budgets, they find, will need to grow to keep up with rising numbers of visitors.
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