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The International Input-Output Association (IIOA) is a scientific non-profit membership organization founded in 1988. Its objective is the advancement of knowledge in the field of input-output analysis, including improvements in basic data, theoretical insights and modeling, and applications, both traditional and novel, of input-output techniques.
Julia Bell, a top 2018 GEOG graduate and recipient of the department's prestigious James R. Anderson Award, was recently featured in the BSOS Alumni Career Spotlight.
Assistant Professor Laura Duncanson recently made an appearance on The MapScaping Podcast, a weekly podcast that explores GIS, remote sensing, and earth observation. In her episode, "GEDI Space Lasers," Laura discusses how the GEDI mission uses Lidar to measure global forest carbon content.
Historically, the top three factors driving the global biodiversity extinction crisis have been habitat loss, human-wildlife conflict, and poaching. Over about the past decade, a new factor has propelled into the spotlight: online crime. Online wildlife crime causes species declines.