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The Atlas of Maine is a series of maps developed by students in Introduction to GIS and Remote Sensing, an interdisciplinary course in the Environmental Studies Program at Colby College. The goal of this activity is to develop a series of maps highlighting the unique human and natural resources of Maine.
The Atlas maps (issue/number 1) emphasize "visual" GIS.
Student research projects (issue/number 2) emphasize "analytical" GIS.
Sources of Drinking Water and Agricultural Chemical Use in Maine
Jordan Schoonover ('10)
A GIS Suitability Analysis of Wolf Habitat in Maine
Wendy Sicard ('05)
Possible Migration Routes Through Maine by Vernal Migrants
Andy McEvoy ('09) and Gordon Padelford ('11)
Invasive Aquatic Invasion: The Spread of Variable Leaf Milfoil in Maine
Brian Lynch ('09) and Kaggie Orrick ('10)
Habitat Suitability Analysis of the Critically Endangered Florida Panther
Ian McCullough ('10) and Andrew Young ('09)
Modeling Ice Cover on Trails at Grand Canyon National Park
Eric Hansen ('08)
Exploring The Spatial Relationships Between Human-Tiger Conflicts In Peninsular Malaysia and Sumatra
Aurore Anastassiadis ('11) and Li Yu Chan ('11)
Modeling Potential Tiger Habitat in Hupingshan-Houhe and Mangshan-Nanling National Nature Reserves, China
Charles Carroll ('08) and Courtney Larson ('08)
A Spatial Comparison of Short and Long Term Migration Trends in China
Steve Kasperski ('05)