Instructor: Dr. Wanhong Yang
Students in GEOG*4480 “Applied Geomatics” developed projects that addressed a broad range of resource management, planning, and conservation topics located across Canada and in the United States. Geographic information system tools were used to analyze problems and to identify solutions.
Olivia Carpino and Jenelle White, as teaching assistants for the course, did an outstanding job of helping students with all aspects of the course projects. Teresa Lewitzky, Paula Martin, Jennifer Marvin, and Quin Shirk-Luckett at the University of Guelph Data Resource Centre provided excellent support with GIS data preparation and manipulation. Scott Schau, Gihan Sooriyabandara and Marie Puddister provided valuable computer support and web publishing. This course could not have been successful without the capable assistance of everyone listed here.
The projects presented here were created by students at the University of Guelph as part of an undergraduate course in the Department of Geography. They are not intended to reflect the aims, objectives or policies of any level of government, or of any other organizations involved or referenced in these projects.
Dr. Wanhong Yang
Wildlife Management and Conservation Planning
Environmental Impact and Risk Analysis
Urban and Community Planning
Industrial Facility Siting and Route Selection