As a nationwide consortium, AmericaView members have opportunities to promote remote sensing education, research and geospatial applications through dynamic and innovative projects. ESRI Story Maps use geospatial data to examine the impacts of large-scale events through remotely sensed data. Here are some examples from students working with AmericaView members:
DelawareView Story Maps (1): Dr. Tracy DeLiberty of the University of Delaware, Department of Geography led a workshop with 9th grade teachers in Delaware to help integrate remote sensing imagery into curriculum. Here’s an example produced with the help of two undergraduate geography students.
Remote Sensing our Changing World; Conner Lomis, Bryce Stevenosky, Tracy DeLiberty.
TexasView Story Maps (9): Dr. Rebecca Dodge of Midwestern State University, Department of Geosciences worked with students to produce the following:
Hurricane Ike; Challena Franks.
Lake Arrowhead State Park Before, During, and After the Drought; Arthur Tolen.
Davis Mountain Fires, April 2011, Texas; Michael Buck.
Possum Kingdom Fires, April 2011; Amanda Strickland.
Brazos Bend State Park Flooding, Texas, 2016; Michael Buck.
Hurricane Harvey; Challena Franks.
Salvinia Coverage over Time, Caddo Lake State Park; Amanda Strickland.
Brazos River Flooding, Texas, 2016; Josh Ivie.
Sea Rim State Park on Texas Coast and its Wildfire Hazards; Johnny Contreras.