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CSULB Geospatial Research and Mapping (GRAM) Field Program
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Student Projects for 2013

Juliana Aguilar – California State University Stanislaus – Investigating Hydrological Anomalies in the Ka’a’awa Valley

Gordan Buckingham – Appalachian State University – Investigating Near-Shore Submarine Groundwater Discharge (SGD) in the Ka’a’awa Valley, HI

James Douglas – SUNY ESF – Calculating a Water Balance of the Ka’a’awa Valley

A Shelby Eagleburger – University of Missouri, Columbia – Contextual Survey of Archaeological Walls in Ka’a’awa Valley

Jeanette Harlow – California State University Long Beach – Detecting Caves with Thermal Imagery Within Ka’a’awa Valley

Thomas Hervey – University of Maryland Baltimore County – Investigation of Offshore Submarine Groundwater Discharge (SGD) and the Relationship Between Fresh Water and Coral Communities in Ka’a’awa, HI

Scott Honda –University of Hawai’i at Manoa – Offshore Fishpond Wall at Kualoa Regional Park

Greg Hosilyk – California State University Long Beach – Mapping Vertical Terrain

Audrey Jo – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill – Mapping native vegetation in Hawai’i: uluhe ferns in Ka’a’awa valley

Kerry McMahon – Towson University – Classification and Change Detection of Erosion Features in the Ka’a’awa Valley Using Object-Based Image Analysis

Jessica Meller – University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee – Geospatial Distribution of Archaeological Features in the Ka’a’awa Valley, HI

Peter Nasuti – Appalachian State University – Comparing Applications of UAV and Satellite Imagery Utilizing Object-Based Classification of Aleurites moluccana

Howard Oh – California State University Long Beach – Species Level Classification from UAV Imagery using Object Based Image Analysis with eCognition

Courtney Reents – University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign – Measuring the Extent of Oceanic Tidal and Saline Influence in the Coastal Marshland of the Ka’a’awa Valley

Cole Waters – University of Maryland – Analyzing Structure in Motion Technology to Measure Above Ground Biomass

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