GIS Georeference – Protecting Marine Mammals in Crowded Waters

By: Susan Birch, Intro to GIS Student “Protecting Marine Mammals in Crowded Water” is the second prize winner of the 2018 ESRI Storytelling with Maps Contest in the category of Conservation, Environment, and Sustainability. With the objective to illustrate efforts aimed at protecting the planet’s natural environments and ensuring a sustainable future for mankind, this[…]

Dr. Anderson Featured in “Understanding Wildfire in California: What the CSU is Learning”

Dr. Sean Anderson was featured in a piece entitled “Understanding Wildfire in California: What the CSU is Learning” on the California State University website. Dr. Anderson discussed how the Thomas Fire impacted our community and how ESRM students at CSUCI used drones and GIS mapping to observe and report on burned and unaffected areas. Below is the excerpt that Dr.[…]

GIS Georeference: GIS Helps Rid The World of Land Mines

By: Samuel Viglietti, Intro to GIS Student In the Winter of 2016, ESRI announced that it would team up with the Geneva International Centre for Humanitarian Demining (GICHD) to help rid the world of land mines in 40 countries. The announcement said that “ESRI will modernize its software that will play a central role in[…]

CSUCI’s SURF Bird Team – Setting the Framework for the Future of Endangered Shorebird Monitoring on Ormond Beach

This summer really flew by for a few of our ESRM students! The Student Undergraduate Research Fellows program, more commonly known as SURF, is a program run by Dr. Sean Kelly that allows students to get paid to do research in a field of their interest. Professor Cynthia Hartley led a group of four ESRM[…]

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