Today our students made a presentation of their GIS class projects in the form of a poster. It was well worth their time and effort. In spite of the delay in getting the posters printed, the session went very well with participation by Furman community members. Individual projects were focused on a variety of themes, but overall, it was clear that an analysis of data from all the projects were necessary to answer any single question in a complete way. For example, any question related to poverty can only be answered when we closely analyze education, natural resource distribution and the wealth of the state, political infrastructure, environmental quality, and natural hazard potential among other things. It was fascinating.
Please check out the posters in electronic form here.
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