KBS Researchers Attend MAGIC Conference

Published on April 14, 2010 by Berry Clemens

Tags: Flooding, Land cover, Presentations, Research, Rivers, Satellite imagery, Watersheds

Four KBS researchers made presentations at the MidAmerica GIS Consortium (MAGIC) Symposium April 18-22 in Kansas City. Presentations were as follows:

Kevin Dobbs--Evaluation of NED Elevation Data and the FLDPLN Model for Inundation Extent
Jude Kastens--Mapping Potential Flood Extents in Eastern Kansas
Dana Peterson--The Kansas Land Use/Land Cover Mapping Initiative
Brad Williams--Assessing Ecological Differences among Hydrogeomorphically Distinct Patches within the Kansas River Watershed

The MidAmerica GIS Consortium is a non-profit education organization established to foster the applications of geographic information systems (GIS) and related spatial technologies in the mid-continent region. The Consortium sponsors not only the MAGIC Symposium but also important GIS projects around the region.