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This hybrid in-person and virtual event will feature geographer Francis Harvey (U. of Leipzig, U. of Warsaw) and UCSB English alum Zachary Horton (U. of Pittsburgh).

Timothy A. Shaw (Earth Observatory of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University): The Spatial and Temporal Variability of Sea Level Changes

Helena Calado (University of the Azores): Maritime Spatial Planning—A New Challenge for Spatial Thinking

Emily Darling (Wildlife Conservation Society): Towards Data-driven Action for Coral Reef Conservation and Policy

David Obura & James Mbugua (CORDIO East Africa): Coral reef and coastal sustainability to 2030 and beyond –
thinking spatially in coastal East Africa

Abdoul Aziz Diouf (Centre de Suivi Ecologique, Dakar): Geospatial Based Approaches for Monitoring and Assessing Natural Resources in Senegal

The Lightning talks of 2022 will be held online, featuring 12 speakers from six countries who each have three minutes to deliver a perspective where space—interpreted broadly—matters.

Amanda Cravens (Social and Economic Analysis Branch, US Geological Survey): Effective decision support tools: The importance of understanding user experiences and institutional barriers to doing so

Janet Nackoney (USAID & University of Maryland): Geospatial information informs conservation efforts in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

Spatial and Temporal Thinking in Data-Driven Methods
December 13-14, 2021 | Online