She will be giving a talk entitled Risk, Relation, Revolution, Repair: Anti-Colonial Responses to Storytelling in Geography and Radio at 4pm in Condon 106.
Please join the department for regular Tea Snacks and departmental announcements at 3:30 in Condon 108.
Please join the Department of Geography in welcoming Daniel Coe, a Cartographer and GIS professional at the Washington Geological Survey for a talk entitled Revealing Geology and Natural Hazards with Lidar. This talk will be in Room 282 Lillis, 4pm.
Please join the department for regular Tea Snacks at 3:30. Departmental announcements will be early to allow people time to walk over Lillis.
Below is a Lidar image that Daniel Coe created of the Willamette River in 2015 for the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries. For the entire, beautiful, stunning image, click here.
Please join us in welcoming Gordon Grant, a Research Hydrologist at the Pacific Northwest Research Station of the US Forest Service in Corvallis. He has contributed to many landmark studies involving river science and also dedicates himself to education and outreach.
He will give a talk entitled: What to do with Spirit Lake? A geo-hydro-sociopolitical drama in several acts on Thursday, March 14th at 4pm in Condon 106.
Please join the Department of Geography at 3:30 for our weekly Tea Snacks and departmental announcements!
From molecules to ecosystems: Using plant-soil interrelations to decipher climate change in pacts on carbon-water cycles.
His talk will be at 4pm in Condon 106. Please join the department for tea snacks and announcements at 3:30 in Condon 108 prior to the talk!
Please join us for Tea Snacks at 3:30 pm in Condon 108, and after departmental announcements, we will then move to Condon 106 for his talk at 4:00 pm.
Please join the Department of Geography in welcoming Michael Watts, Professor Emeritus in the Department of Geography and Development Studies at UC Berkeley. He will give a talk entitled Life on the Edge: Accumulating insecurity Along Oil Frontiers.
Please join us for Tea Snacks at 3:30 pm in Condon 108, and after departmental announcements, we will then move to Chapman 220 for his talk at 4:00 pm.
Michael Watts in Emeritus Professor in Geography and in Development Studies at UC Berkeley. Central to his work is a longstanding engagement with the political economy of development, particularly in the energy and agro-food sectors in Africa. Most recently he has focused on the impact of oil in the Gulf of Guinea, especially in the Niger Delta region of Nigeria, and the rise of insurgent movements.
Bill Loy Award For Excellence in Cartography
Academic Year 2018–2019
The Bill Loy Award for Excellence in Cartography is given annually to a deserving graduate or undergraduate geography student at the University of Oregon.
The award amount is $1,000.
Students will submit a cartographic or visualization product and a written statement.
Student must be an undergraduate majoring in Geography, or Spatial Data Science and Technology, or a Geography graduate student at the University of Oregon.
Submissions must include the following:
A 250-word statement explaining the significance of the design and clearly articulates your role in developing the product.
For printed map products, submit one printed, full-size copy of the map product, and also e-mail a PDF of the product and your statement to: email@example.com
For web maps, e-mail a link to your product with your statement to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prints are submitted to Loy Award Committee, Department of Geography, 107 Condon Hall, University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 97403
Submission Deadline: May 13th, 2019
The award will be announced during spring term.
Amy Lobben, email@example.com
James E. Meacham, firstname.lastname@example.org
This week’s Tea Speaker Series starts off the Winter term with UO Provost and Senior Vice President, and physicist, Jayanath Banavar. He will give a talk called Geometry of Nature. We are very excited to welcome Provost Banavar to our department!
Please join us for Tea Snacks at 3:30 in Condon 108, and after departmental announcements, we will then move to Condon 106 to hear Dr. Banavar’s talk.
Tuesday, November 27th, at 6:30 pm in the Knight Library Browsing Room the authors, cartographers, and biologists who developed the Atlas of Wildlife Migrations will be sharing several stories of Yellowstone and Wyoming Big Game Migrations. Please come celebrate the release of this beautiful book, created in our very own InfoGraphics Lab.
We hope you can attend. Please share widely to help this celebration!.
Join The InfoGraphics Lab for a celebration of their 30th anniversary Thursday, November 8th at 3:30pm in the InfoGraphics Lab, Condon 163. There will be snacks and at 4pm, there will announcements and celebrations!
The InfoGraphics Lab is a mapping and geospatial technology facility housed in the Department of Geography (163 Condon Hall). We serve the Department and the University community of faculty, staff, and students; and the State of Oregon through the application of innovative geospatial technologies, cartographic design, and geographic information science. We support research, instruction, and public service activities at the University.
Cartography and Data Visualization
Geospatial Analysis (GIS)
Consulting for Faculty Research Proposal Development