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Thursday, September 11 • 9:00am - 10:30am
Mapping People, Their Neighborhoods, and Their Best Friends

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Location data matters when it comes to mapping populations, of all kinds. Learn how communities are using GIS to understand how cities are changing, analyze the distribution and characteristics of animal shelters, and improve their neighborhoods through environmental design.

  • Utilizing GIS to Investigate the Impact of Globalization on Urban Geography
    David Gladstone, UNO Dept of Planning & Urban Studies, New Orleans, LA
    Aimée Préau, FEMA's Louisiana Recovery Office
  • X Maps Spot: Using GIS to Help At-Risk Dog and Cat Populations
    Greg Miller, GISP, AICP, ASPCA, Portland, OR
  • Community Participatory Mapping: Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED)
    Wansoo Im, Ph.D. Principal, VERTICES, New Brunswick, NJ  


Heather Milton

Core Committee Member & Graduate Student, GISCorps & Tulane DRLA
I'm focused on Disaster Response and Humanitarian Aid using GIS, social media, and other collaborative technologies.


David Gladstone

The University of New Orleans
David Gladstone is an Associate Professor of Planning and Urban Studies at the University of New Orleans.

Greg Miller

GIS Analyst, ASPCA
Greg Miller has a background in regional planning and Geographic Information Systems (GIS). He completed his undergraduate studies at Frostburg State University (in Maryland) and earned his master degree in geography and GIS from the University of South Florida. He has been a member... Read More →

Aimée Preau

Aimée Préau is the Geospatial Intelligence Unit Lead Analyst at FEMA's Louisiana Recovery Office

Thursday September 11, 2014 9:00am - 10:30am
Grand Ballroom E

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