Student places in ND Geospatial Summit paper competition

MSUM student Asami Minei won second place in the undergraduate student paper competition at the 2019 North Dakota Geospatial Summit. This award is a wonderful reminder of the quality of work that MSUM students in GIS are producing. Her talk was entitled ” Classification and Calculation of Non-NIR Vegetation Indices from High Resolution UAS Imagery.” Her talk generated significant interest from members of the audience that inquired about using her approach in their own studies.