Identify Suitable Land Parcels for Community Gardens in Minneapolis, MN
Poster was accepted in the 2021 Esri User Conference.
Originally created as a final project in the Winter 2021 Introduction to Geospatial Analysis (ENTS 120) class with Rebecca Chen (Environmental Studies, 2022) and Reed Culverwell (Geology, 2022) , Abi Sutcliffe (Environmental Studies, 2022) identified suitable locations for community gardens in Minneapolis, MN based on their proximity to existing gardens, grocery stores and public recreation centers, population density and median household income.
Unable to Deliver: Spatial Access to Obstetric Care in Northern Minnesota.
Poster was accepted in the 2021 Esri User Conference and included in Esri Map Book Volume 37.
GIS Lab assistant Ada Wright (Environmental Studeis, 2022) and her classmate Sean MacDonell (Political Science, 2020) developed this project in the Fall 2019 Introduction to Geospatial Analysis (ENTS 120) class. They assessed accessibility to Obstetric Care in Northern Minnesota. Ada polished the work while working at the GIS Lab.
Bubble Tea Shop Suitability in the Twin Cities
Developed as their final project in the Fall 2019 Introduction to Geospatial Analysis (ENTS 120) class, Avery Blumenthal (Environmental Studies, 2023) and Kenta Hikino (Environmental Studies, 2023) examined properties of locations (e.g. walking distance from high schools) where popular bubble tea shops reside in Los Angeles, California, and used the factors they identified to map suitable bubble tea shop locations in the Twin Cities metro area. After the class, Avery and Kenta polished their work and migrated the presentation of the project to a webpage using ArcGIS StoryMaps.