Prior MSUM Geography student, Jacob Larson and Geosciences professors Dr. David Kramar and Dr. Karl Leonard published “A Geostatistical Analysis of Seismicity in Oklahoma Using Regression Trees and Neural Networks” in the Journal Physical Geography. This research utilizes machine learning to establish relationships between wastewater injection sites associated with the shale-gas industry, and the prevalence of earthquake activity in Oklahoma. […]
Dr. David Kramar from the Department of Anthropology and Earth Sciences and six MSUM students attended the 2019 ND Geospatial Summit conference in Bismarck, ND on Oct 22-23. Dr. Kramar presented his research on using GIS and high-resolution imagery to model above-ground biomass at two Nutrient Network sites at the Regional Science Center. Geosciences undergraduate Asami Minei presented her research […]
Geosciences student Asami Minei won first place in the student poster competition at the 29th Annual MN GIS/LIS Conference. Her poster was entitled “Classification and Calculation of Non-NIR Vegetation Indices Using High Resolution UAS Imagery.” The conference was held in St. Cloud, Minn. Her advisor is Dr. David Kramar.
Dr. David Kramar from the Department of Anthropology and Earth Sciences presented his research entitled “Estimation of Total Above-Ground Biomass at Two Sites Using High Resolution Imagery, Machine Learning, and Non-NIR Vegetation Indicies” and the 29th Annual Mn GIS/LIS Conference in St. Cloud, Minn. Four students from MSUM also attended the conference: Asami Minei, Yoko (George) Kosugi, Christine Lidenberg (Anthropology […]
Dr. Alison Wallace from Biosciences and Dr. David Kramar from Anthropology and Earth Sciences attended the 2019 Nutrient Network Workshops at the University of Minnesota campus in St. Paul with biosciences students Patrice Delaney and Andie Wood. The workshops were a great opportunity to collaborate with research teams from around the world (Argentina to Mongolia), present the current work at […]