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The Center for Applied GIScience's (CAGIS) Director of Research and Outreach, Dr. Douglas Shoemaker, talked urban growth to an ethusiastic gathering of Charlotteans as part of "Sustain Charlotte's Grow Smart CLT" series. Held at Resident Culture Brewing Company in the Plaza-Midwood neighborhood, Shoemaker described the results of three studies: 1) an historical analyses of satellite imagery for... CAGIS Director talks urban growth for Sustain Charlotte's "Grow Smart CLT" Series Read more >>
Vancover (BC) November 2017. At a recent symposia, CAGIS researcher and Ph.D. candidate Minrui Zheng described her new study on how multi-level statistical techniques, combined with high performance computing, could speed the analyses of spatial modeling built around "Big Data". Zheng shared her study "Multilevel analysis of neural network-driven spatial models" with an international... CAGIS Researcher presents geocomputational study in Vancover Canada Read more >>
CHARLOTTE (NC) September 13. CAGIS researcher and Ph.D. student Adam Griffith was recently tapped by the popular NPR newsprogram Marketplace to comment on the connection between urban development and the recent catastrophic flooding Houston associated with hurricane Harvey.
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In his blog, Griffith describes his methods for measuring increases in Houston's... CAGIS Researcher Adam Griffith comments on urban growth and Houston's flooding Read more >>