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Annual Conference
October 2-4, 2002

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12th Annual Conference & Workshops
Poster Gallery

The following posters will be on display in the Exhibit Hall throughout the conference. Poster presenters will be on-hand to answer questions regarding their posters during the Vendors Reception and Poster Gallery on Thursday, October 3 between 5:00 and 7:00 p.m.

  • GIS and Consolidation: Rockville, Rockville Twp and Pleasant Lake~ Dr. Robert Bixby & Terri Bixby: Saint Cloud State University

  • Change Detection and Monitoring Using Medium-Scale Satellite Remote Sensing~ James Rack, Minnesota DNR

  • Minnesota's Riparian Lands~ Timothy J. Aunan & William A. Befort, Minnesota DNR

  • Time Pieces~ Marilynn Taylor

  • Maps from Ground Zero~ Paul Olson, Minnesota DNR

  • The Use of GIS and GPS in the Analysis of Grassland Restoration on the Arden Hills Army Training Site~ Wade Hammer, Jay Bell, & Joel Nelson, University of Minnesota

  • GAP Satellite-Derived Vegetation Map of Minnesota~ Ken Boss & Dan Hanson, Minnesota DNR

  • Improvements to Parcel Based Map Data at Mn/DOT~ Jay Krafthefer, Mn/DOT

  • Satellite Mapping for Improved Forest Management~ D. Samuel Rajasekhar, Minnesota DNR

  • On-Site Suitability Prediction for Septic Absorption Fields Using Expert Knowledge and Digital Terrain Analysis~ Joel Nelson, Jay Bell, & Dan Wheeler, University of Minnesota

  • The Integration of Land Cover Data Into Transportation Planning at Metro Mn/DOT~ Daniel Eisenbeis & Eric Marquardt, Mn/DOT

  • Removal of a Yellowstone Lake Exotic Species: Utilizing GIS and Remote Sensing to Facilitate the Conservation of Native Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout~ Joel Nelson, University of Minnesota

  • Don't Duck Metadata! Resources to help you document your GIS data~ Nancy Radar & Chris Cialek, LMIC

  • Using the Internet for Soils Data Delivery and Interpretation~ Aaron Spence & Fuad Hudali, Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources

  • Creating the Digital Soil Survey~ Aaron Spence & Greg Larson, Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources

  • A College Neighborhood: GIS Study of Students Living Off Campus~ Christina Danico & Carol Gersmehl, Macalester College

  • Minnesota High School Teachers Use GIS~ Carol Gersmehl & Cole Akeson, Macalester College

  • Impervious Surface Mapping Using Satellite Remote Sensing~ Marv Bauer & Nathan Heinert, University of Minnesota

  • Keeping in Touch with GIS Users - Raising GIS Awareness at Dakota County~ Julie Daugherty, Dakota County

  • Hybrid Land Cover 2000: Refining LandSat Data with the Metropolitan Council's Land Use Data~ Bart Richardson, Minnesota DNR

  • The Relationship Between Latino Populations and ESL Programs in the Twin Cities~ David Gould & Dr. Robert Werner, University of St. Thomas

  • User-Friendly Metadata Guide~ Michelle Roman, Ramsey County GIS Users Group & David Bauer, Ramsey SWCD

  • Building a Successful Collaboration: The Ramsey County GIS Users Group~Derek Erickson, City of Shoreview & David Bauer, Ramsey SWCD

  • Potential Habitat Delineation for the Mitchell Satyr Butterfly~ Jeff Knopf, Saint Mary's University

  • What Changes Over Time Does the Census Data Reveal About Dakota County?~ Scott Laursen, Dakota County

  • National Wetlands Inventory (NWI) Updating and QA/QC using ESRI ArcGIS~ Travis Ludwig & Sam Pociask, Saint Mary's University

  • Mapping Reforestation of an Agricultural Landscape, 1939-1993, in Coon Creek Watershed, Wisconsin~ Martha Kelty Roldan, Saint Mary's University

  • Hazardous Risk Modeling~ Tracy Trople, Saint Mary's University

  • Volcanic Hazards Vulnerability Assessment~ Tracy Trople, Saint Mary's University

  • Aquatic Vegetation Surveys Using High Resolution IKONOS Imagery~ Leif G. Olmanson, WRC & RSL University of Minnesota

  • The use of Landsat Imagery for the Development of a Water Quality Atlas of Minnesota's 10,000 Lakes~ Leif G. Olmanson, WRC & RSL University of Minnesota

  • Mineral Exploration Trends in Minnesota~ David Dahl, Minnesota DNR

  • Keeping Track of Progress with Handheld Data Entry and GIS~ Nancy Read, Chris Stevens, Tim Murch, & George Xenos: Metropolitan Mosquito Control District

  • St. Louis River - River Watch Monitoring Sites~ Kay Rezanka, St. Louis River Watch Program & Gerry Sjerven, Natural Resources Research Institute

  • Textilis Minnesotum (Veracis Coolis)~ Sonia Dickerson, Minnesota Department of Agriculture

  • Linking Land Use and Transportation Planning~ Matthew Pahs, Mn/DOT

  • A Forest/Non-Forest Map for the State of Minnesota~ Greg Liknes, USDA Forest Service

  • Using GIS to Determine Optimal Bluebird Nest Box Location~ Mitchell Brinks, Saint Mary's University of Minnesota

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