GEOG Ph.D. student Alison Thieme was selected as one of the grand prize winners for AGU's Data Visualization and Storytelling Competition. Alison's presentation is entitled "Earth Observations and Conservation: Protecting the Amazon with Imagery". It highlights the use of Landsat and high resolution imagery to inform policy decisions in the Amazon basin. Catch her presentation on December 11th between 12 - 1:15 pm at AGU's NASA Hyperwall.
Each year undergraduate and graduate students from across the US compete for the chance to receive travel grants funded by AGU, complimentary registration to the AGU Fall Meeting, and the opportunity to present their visually-based story on the NASA Hyperwall. This AGU competition is funded by a generous grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).