What Geographers Do

Archive of COGA's "This is what geographers do" feature


Melinda Laituri

CSU's Melinda Laituri featured in the Coloradoan
Ph.D. Melinda Laituri gives an insightful interview to Madeline Novey of the Coloradoan on her life as a geographer.  You can also find information on Melinda's talk at our own Night With a Geographer, here on the COGA website.  Spring, 2014

 


Stereoscopic image

3-D for Teaching: Stereoscopic Visualization in Geography Classrooms, Dr. Peter Anthamatten, Sept-Oct 2013

 

 


Dr. Joseph KerskiGIS Education Community, Dr. Joseph Kerski, Summer 2013

 

 


Mapping the Nation Mapping the Nation by Susan Schultan, Spring 2013

 

 

 


Wildland-Urban InterfaceThe Wildland-Urban Interface (Rutherford Platt), Winter 2013

 

 


Colorado Springs ParksSometimes geographers are also historians.  (Judith Rice-Jones), Fall 2013

 

 

 

 

 


PancakeDid you know that Kansas is flatter than a pancake?

 

 

 


TreesHow did all of the trees get here?

 

 

 


ChinaCultural strategies of development: implications for village governance in China

 

 

 


ChiliHow Pueblo, Colorado has incorporated the chile pepper as its official symbol in an attempt to recreate its identity

 

 

 


accurateIt is a cartographer's duty to be accurate

 

 

 


KarenKaren Barton: Nature-society interactions and resource conflicts in wetlands and fisheries of South America and the US Pacific Northwest

 

 

 


JanCU-Boulder Assistant Professor Najeeb Jan was featured in the Spring 2010 Coloradan discussing politics and identity as related to PakistanPueblo County GIS Manager Chris Markuson ensures residents understand how important it is to have an up-to-date and reliable geospatial technology system. Check his explanation on the Pueblo County website.

 

 

 



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