Here are some of our Geography majors who presented research at this year’s Celebration of Creative Inquiry.
Liz Underwood (’14): A Comparison of the Environmental Footprints of Locals Residents and Second Homeowners in Ottertail County, Minnesota
Carlie Hedlund (’15): From sisu to sauna: Influence of Finnish immigration on Cokato, Minnesota
Miles Wilson (’14): Effects of aquatic invasive populations on Minnesota lakes and economic valuation of species removal
Talia Moorman (’16): Lasting impacts of 20th century transportation infrastructure on racial segregation in the Twin Cities
Katie Feterl (’15): The Role of Urban Agriculture in Community Food Security: A North Minneapolis Case Study
Matt Keller (’15): Decreasing walleye and increasing hostility: Resource conflict among Chippewa and non-natives on Minnesota’s Lake Mille Lacs
Will Metcalf (’15): The effect of global GIA modeling on ice sheet mass balance calculations from GRACE data