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GIS Day 2020

Please join us in celebrating GIS DAY with a four day free interactive virtual event hosted by Western University in collaboration with six other universities including Trent, Brock, Carleton, Queen’s, Ottawa, and Waterloo. Over four days researchers and GIS specialists from these institutions will present tutorials, demonstrations and lightening talks including the following from Trent University graduate students:

  • Nitrate contamination within groundwater: Using GIS to identify spatial patterns and relationships to land use/land cover, Michael Schmidt, MSc Candidate (Date changed to: Nov 17 10:00 am)
  • Exploring the ecology of arctic island-dwelling caribou and muskoxen in a changing environment, Debbie Jenkins, PhD Candidate (Nov 19 10:00 am)
  • Employing MaxEnt modelling and GIS to predict wild turkey density and distribution across Ontario, Jennifer Baici, PhD Candidate (Nov 19 10:00 am)
  • Identifying suitable habitat and movement corridors for a species of salamander on Pelee Island, Graeme Smith, MSc Candidate (Nov 19 10:00 am)

Date: November 16 to November 19, 2020

Time: The event schedule is posted here.

Location: Online

Further Information contact: madgichelp@trentu.ca