FINAL PROJECT CD
SPATIAL ANALYSIS, THEORY AND PRACTICE
NRE530 (3 credits)
SCHOOL OF NATURAL RESOURCES AND ENVIRONMENT
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Wednesdays, 6-9 p.m.
Dana Building 2046
Hill Street (Community Systems Foundation: CSF)
975-0246 (home, between 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.)
method of communication)
Office Hours: Monday (CSF), 11a.m.-5p.m. (later by appointment).; Wednesday(Dana), by appointment after class (and possibly before class); Friday morning (CSF); and, by appointment.
Examining the Management of the Belize Audubon Society's Protected Areas, Belize, Central America
Mapping as a site selection tool in archaeology
The Incidence of Environmental Waste and Hazards in Mobile (County), Alabama: The Case of AfricaTown USA
Land Use Change in Washtenaw County, MI, 1985-1995
An Analysis of Potential Friction Regarding Land Use: A Case Study in Dynamic Communication
Trends in Deer Populations Related to Vegetation Change in the Ottawa National Forest, Western Upper Peninsula, MI
Downriver Waterfront Land Survey
|Catherine Keinath||Jason Taylor
Ruffed Grouse Habitat Identification
Housing Trends in Hennepin County, MN
Landscape Ecology Research at the Forest Lake Club, Hawley, PA
Soils of the E. S. George Reserve
A History of Landscape Change in a Neighborhood of Ann Arbor
Triangulated Irregular Networks, Great Lakes.
Sprague and Heather
Health Risk Communication and Perception: A Case Study of the EPA's Pesticide Awareness Program.