The work of spatial science students Samantha Alaniz and Alexander Holman received second place honors during the poster gallery and contest portion of the 2015 Texas GIS Forum hosted by the Texas Natural Resources Information System.
This annual, state-wide event for GIS professionals highlights the latest advancements in the field of GIS, while the poster gallery and contest promotes and recognizes the advancements of map design, cartography and GIS. The poster gallery and competition are open to all attendees.
Alaniz and Holman's poster, entitled “Desire Path Evaluation on the Stephen F. Austin State University Campus in Nacogdoches, Texas Using Pictometry Neighborhood Imagery,” was completed as a course project in Dr. David Kulhavy’s Ecological Planning class. Their work also will be highlighted on TNRIS' Data Spotlight Section of the Texa GIS Forum website.