The ongoing construction of major hydroelectric dams on the river’s main channel and tributary systems—particularly in the basin’s lower and more populated reaches—is leading to significant socioecological changes. See full article
This spring, the Citrin Family GIS/Applied Spatial Analysis Lab is expanding into Virtual Reality.
With support from the Neukom CompX program, Citrin Lab director Jonathan Chipman is developing new technology for advanced “immersive 3D” data visualization, allowing users to explore and interact with massive 3D models of landscapes and other large spatial datasets.
Roger Clarkson '75 never left Hanover! Roger has practiced real estate in the Hanover area.
Roger has fond memories of Prof Bob Huke, Dave Lindgren, Van English, and upstairs in McNutt Hall.
Also minored in Environmental Sciences with McDonald and the Meadows of Limits to Growth fame.
Since graduating from Dartmouth Matthew spent his career in the private sector working primarily on geospatial data and derivative products. Even though people typically react to him telling them he studied Geography in college with a bit of surprise and curiosity, it has proven to be a pragmatic and relevant major in the real world.
Andra Pool is the Chief Relationship and Community Officer for Greenhouse Scholars, which cultivates extraordinary leaders to change low-income families and communities. Greenhouse Scholars launched in Colorado in 2005; since then, Andra has grown the program and its impact to become nationally relevant, leading, and credible.