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Projects

Projects, undertaken in collaboration with faculty, students, public agencies and private agencies.

GAC Projects

Research in the Geospatial Analysis Center emphasizes regional sustainability applications, including land-use and transit planning, rural community sustainability, renewable resources, and foodshed assessment and analysis. The GAC provides GIS services and research to UMD departments, UMD administration, and external organizations. These projects are obtained through competitive and non-competitive means and are funded through sponsored projects, external sales, and the GIS Student Support Fund, a University Foundation fund.

We also have a development fund set up specifically to support our community grants program and to fund GIS students with work experience. For more information about the Geospatial Sciences Student Support Fund, please contact SCSE Development Director Carrie Sutherland at csutherl@d.umn.edu or (218) 726-6984 or http://scse.d.umn.edu/about/support-science-engineering/department-giving.

These are some of the projects GAC has completed in collaboration with faculty, students, & public and private agencies.

Projects

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Developing Duluth's Workforce

Community Asset Mapping and Environmental Scan of Workforce Services
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Mapping UMD

UMD Campus Wall Maps
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Calculating Your Roof's Solar Potential

Solar Energy Potential Map for the City of Duluth
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Healthcare Accessibility in Minnesota

Adequacy of Provider Networks in the Health Insurance Marketplace
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Energy Saving Housing Initiative

Impact of Split Incentive on Privately Owned UMD Student Rental Housing with Implications for an Energy Saving Housing Initiative
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Mapping Duluth's Trails

Duluth Outdoor Recreation Map and Park Kiosk Maps
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Archaeological Potential around Spirit Mountain

GIS of Culturally Significant Features, Spirit Mountain Area, Minnesota
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Regional Agriculture Potential

Locally Adapted Food System Assessment: Western Lake Superior Region
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Archaeological Mapping

Creating a topographic map of al-Lajjun, an ancient site in Jordan
Balzac Paris Map

Mapping French Literature

Mapping Balzac's Paris

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