UNC student finalists for the Innovative Use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Competition will present their work as part of a program celebrating GIS Day on Nov. 19 in Davis Library.
Attendees will hear presentations from both undergraduate and graduate students.
- 3:05 pm – Kelsey Aho (undergraduate): “Where do demographics affect the distribution, accessibility, to health care centers in Croatia?”
- 3:15 pm – Amberli Young (undergraduate): “Using GIS analysis to optimize a biomass supply chain model for biofuel production in 2022”
- 3:25 – Andrea Stewart (undergraduate): “The Piedmont Nature Trails: Invasive Plant Management Strategy”
- 3:35 – Elizabeth Christenson (graduate): “A spatial representation of national frequency of and exposure to climate-related hazards”
Following the program, attendees can enjoy refreshments, vote in the student map competition, and visit with GIS professionals.