Geography research posters: Celebration of Creative Inquiry 2014

Posted on May 5th, 2014 by

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

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

Carlie Hedlund (’15): From sisu to sauna: Influence of Finnish immigration on Cokato, Minnesota

Miles Wilson ('14):

Miles Wilson (’14): Effects of aquatic invasive populations on Minnesota lakes and economic valuation of species removal

 

Talia Moorman ('16):

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

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

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

Will Metcalf (’15): The effect of global GIA modeling on ice sheet mass balance calculations from GRACE data

 

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