MAST Awards Two Scholarships to Poster Contest Winners

The Mississippi Association for Spatial Technologies is pleased to announce the award of two scholarships for the first and second place winners of the 2008 Mississippi Geospatial Conference poster contest. Ashleigh N. Price wins first place and Michael Amelunke wins second place. It is always a pleasure to see participation from our student members.

Congratulations to Ashleigh and Michael for their winning entries among a varied and competitive field of entries!

 

Ashleigh N. Price wins 1st place scholarship for her poster: “Vector Data Based Suitability Analysis and Probabilistic Hazard Modeling to Characterize Offender Hazard Vulnerability in Coastal Mississippi” -

Ashleigh N. Price wins 1st place scholarship for her entry: “Vector Data Based Suitability Analysis and Probabilistic Hazard Modeling to Characterize Offender
Hazard Vulnerability in Coastal Mississippi”

Michael Amelunke wins 2nd place in poster scholarship contest with his entry: “Elevation Change of New Round Island” -

Michael Amelunke wins 2nd place in poster scholarship contest with his entry: “Elevation Change of New Round Island”

“Unposted: Campaign Signs, Social Media, and the Digital Front Yard” – Chasez, Ashley and Joby Bass, The University of Southern Mississippi

Photo of “Mapping River Island Alluviation Rates in the Upper Mississippi” - Holt, David, Ashley Chasez, Loren Roman-Nunez, Ian Stewart, and Veronica White,

“Mapping River Island Alluviation Rates in the Upper Mississippi” – Holt, David, Ashley Chasez, Loren
Roman-Nunez, Ian Stewart, and Veronica White,

 

Photo of “Detecting coastal marsh change from aerial imagery using spectral and textural methods: Pascagoula River Marsh, 1955-2014” - Waldron, Maggie, Greg Carter, and Patrick D. Biber,

“Detecting coastal marsh change from aerial imagery using spectral and textural methods: Pascagoula River Marsh, 1955-2014” – Waldron, Maggie, Greg Carter, and Patrick D. Biber,

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