Month: November 2014

New Publication: Remote sensing and conservation of isolated indigenous villages in Amazonia

Congrats to Aaron Groth on his new publication! Walker RS, Hamilton MJ, Groth AA. 2014. Remote sensing and conservation of isolated indigenous villages in Amazonia. Royal Society Open Science 1: 140246. The vast forests on the border between Brazil

Amy McCullough and crew present BEAST LOVER at Zed Fest

November 7-9, 2014 Congrats to current UT Geography Master’s student, Amy McCullough on the recent premier of her movie, Beast Lover! Although McCullough and crew originally made the movie with the intention to showing it to just a few close friends,

Aaron Groth presents at SWAAG regional conference

October 23-25, 2014 Aaron Groth represented the UT Geography community at the SWAAG (South West Association of American Geographers) conference this October. For the conference, Aaron presented on his Master’s Thesis, “Social and Environmental Impacts of Big-Leaf Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla) Logging

Aaron Groth Shares Peace Corps Experience with UT Community

  October 29, 2014 Aaron Groth, current PhD student in the Department of Geography and the Environment, was one of five Returned Peace Corps Volunteers to be invited to sit on a panel in celebration of Peace Corps Week. As a

Paul Holloway presents at GIScience conference in Vienna

The Eighth International Conference on Geographic Information Science was recently hosted by Vienna University of Technology. This conference, held every two years is used to bring together international participants from academia, industry and government to discuss the most current and