UHM Geography 101L students went to Manoa valley last week as part of their lab on the natural environment to look at indicators of landslides. Their lab instructor is Geography & Environment PhD student Laura Williams.
Public lecture this Thurs., Nov. 15 @ Noon in 443 Saunders - "Private interests in the public good: Financing climate change adaptation in the Ganges & Mekong Deltas" from Dr. Kimberley Thomas (@kimberleyanh), Asst. Professor, Dept. of Geog. & Urban Studies @TempleGUS @TempleUniv
UH Geog. & Env. Associate Professor Camilo Mora is organizing a tree planting event on Sat., Nov. 17, 2-5PM. The goal is to plant 1,000 native trees & set a record for Hawaiʻi with the most trees planted in one day! For more info. & to sign up, register at https://t.co/ohgWMk7Mpf
Flashback Fridays - 2015 Geography MA grad Nicolas Cosmas' thesis entitled, "'Stay Where You Are Until Our Backs Are Turned’ —Imagining the Border from Kuala Lumpur & Bangkok" is available for view here: https://t.co/dnSX2GMCzX. His advisor was Prof. Reece Jones @reecejhawaii
Registration for Spring 2019 @UHManoa is begins next week for continuing classified students. View up-to-date Spring 2019 courses offered in Geography & Environment on the Class Availability page here: https://t.co/ExBZuPZaX7
UH Geog & Env PhD candidate Henryk Szadziewski was awarded funding from the Jour. of Pacific History to attend the Pacific History Association Conf. in London & Cambridge this Dec. He will present on the Belt & Road Initiative in the Pacific Islands region. Congrats, @henrykszad!
UH Geography & Environment Assistant Professor Yi Qiang is one of the presenters at the inaugural @CSS_UHManoa Research Symposium,"'Seeds' for Success." RSVP by tomorrow, Nov. 7th; link and details on flyer here: https://t.co/IwUzf1jI4s
UH Geography & Environment Professor Qi Chen et al. published the paper, "Systematic Comparison of Power Line Classification Methods from ALS and MLS Point Cloud Data" in @RemoteSens_MDPI (Vol. 10, Issue 8). Open access to the publication here - https://t.co/d8HgaDAEV1
UH Geog. & Env. Professor Thomas Giambelluca et al. published the paper entitled "Bringing multiple values to the table: assessing future land-use and climate change in North Kona, Hawaiʻi" in Ecology & Society (Vol. 23, No. 1, Art. 33). Open access here - https://t.co/0suZppg1Hw
Lecture TODAY, Thursday Nov. 1 @ Noon in 443 Saunders - "Drought Impacts and Management in Hawaiʻi & the U.S.-Affiliated Pacific Islands: A Multi-Sector Synthesis," from Dr. Abby Frazier (@AbbyGailFrazier), Research Fellow @EastWestCenter. All are welcome to attend.
Congrats @UHManoa Geog. & Env. Associate Professor Camilo Mora, PhD student Katie Taladay & UH colleagues on their new article in @NatureClimate on Bitcoin emissions. Their study was picked up by several news outlets. Read @washingtonpost's coverage here: https://t.co/1xc8KIZPhR
Public lecture this Thursday, Nov. 1 @ Noon in 443 Saunders - "Drought Impacts and Management in Hawaiʻi and the U.S.-Affiliated Pacific Islands: A Multi-Sector Synthesis," from Dr. Abby Frazier (@AbbyGailFrazier) (@UHAlumni PhD Geography, 2016), @EastWestCenter Research Fellow.
UH Geography & Environment PhD candidate Henryk Szadziewski @henrykszad was quoted in the @NYTimes article, "They Escaped China's Crackdown, but Now Wait in Limbo" (October 27, 2018) for his work on Uyghur refugees. Read it here, https://t.co/bNBwnPXaf8
New Spring 2019 Course: GEOG 389 "Geospatial Data Analytics," taught by Assistant Professor Yi Qiang, @UHManoa Dept. of Geography & Environment. Access syllabus here - https://t.co/NaKaQ3QH5G
Alumni News - Sue Never (@sippewissettsea) submitted this photo with fellow @UHAlumni of Geography, Doug Herman (@RDKHerman) and Joan Qazi at #AAG2018 in NOLA. Sue resides in Seattle where she is heavily involved in the Horticultural community at Trustee & Advisory Counsel level.
Public lecture TODAY, Thurs. Oct. 25, @ Noon in 443 Saunders - “Understanding Spinner Dolphin Marine Tourism In Hawai‘i: A Social Approach To Assessing Underwater Interactions” from Dr. Carlie Wiener, Senior Communications Manager @SchmidtOcean.
UH Geography & Environment graduate students Kirsten Moy, Katie Taladay, and Ross Winans are on a team selected as one of 20 finalists for the Con X Tech Prize. Visit their project page on @conservationx for updates: https://t.co/hsd2GukKLK
Public lecture this Thurs., Oct. 25 @ Noon in 443 Saunders - “Understanding Spinner Dolphin Marine Tourism In Hawai‘i: A Social Approach To Assessing Underwater Interactions” from Dr. Carlie Wiener, Senior Communications Manager at Schmidt Ocean Institute (@SchmidtOcean).
UH Geog. & Env. PhD candidate Micah Fisher (@radandima), @UHAlumni Moira Moeliono (PhD Geog., 2000) et al. co-authored, "Assessing the new social forestry project in Indonesia: recognition, livelihood & conservation?" in the International Foresty Review - https://t.co/4AKRcRlXmM
TODAY, Friday Oct. 20, 9:00-10:30AM in 207 Kama - UH Geography & Env. PhD student Kawēlau Wright is moderating the panel, "Interrogating Urban Geographies" at the (Re)mapping Indigenous & Settler Geographies in the Pacific Conference. For program info: https://t.co/YCuLbv45sx
Public lecture TODAY, Oct. 18 @ Noon in 443 Saunders: "Kanaka Hawaiʻi Cartography: Expanding Cartographic Perceptions of Reality," from Dr. Renee Pualani Louis (@UHAlumni, PhD Geography, 2008), researcher at the Institute of Policy and Social Research, University of Kansas.
Reminder: #aagDC (2019) paper abstracts due Oct. 25. These sessions are organized by UH Geog. & Env. graduate students --> "Bagels & bytes: Geographies of food..."; "Geographies of Work Beyond...‘Proper Job;' and "Liquidity of borders:... (non)autonomy of contemporary migrations"
UH Geog. & Env. PhD student Hunter Heaivilin (@Supersistence) is speaking at the UHM Institute for Sustainability & Resilience on 10/22 @ Noon in iLab. His talk is entitled, "Assessment of Climate Change Impact to Hawaii Crops" For lunch, RSVP by 10/18 at https://t.co/9Ti5GMDU2C
Public lecture this Thurs., Oct. 18 @ Noon in 443 Saunders: "Kanaka Hawaiʻi Cartography: Expanding Cartographic Perceptions of Reality," from Dr. Renee Pualani Louis (@UHAlumni, PhD Geography, 2008), researcher at the Institute of Policy and Social Research, University of Kansas.
UH Geog. & Env. Assistant Professor Lisa Kelley (@LisaCKelley) has a new paper in Geoforum: "The politics of uneven smallholder cacao expansion: A critical physical geography of agricultural transformation in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia" Access it here, https://t.co/nFCCwbPuu0