On Saturday, September 20th the students of UWGB’s Coastal Resources Policy and Management class took a field trip to Door County’s Lake Michigan coastline to study the coastal processes and responses of three distinct coastlines. The foretasted thunderstorms passed before dawn and we were treated to a gorgeous day on the lake. The intense storms that passed in the early morning were still affecting Lake Michigan; we were treated to some pretty spectacular examples of wave action, rip currents, and erosion.
Here are some examples of the final GIS projects presented during the 2014/2015 academic year. It was a great first year for poster projects in PU EN AF 350! The first poster below by Kristine Alvarez was presented at UW system-wide research symposium “Posters in the Rotunda.” (http://news.uwgb.edu/multimedia/photos/03/13/posters-in-the-rotunda-photos-2/)
I currently have openings for Master’s students in the Environmental Science and Policy program, as well as undergraduate students.
In particular, I am seeking students interested in:
- Green infrastructure
- Urban environmental inequality
- Environmental Planning
- GIS-based research applications for environmental policy and planning
Contact me at : russell [at] uwgb [dot] edu