Datalabs 2: Maps and Mashups

Digital technologies like google maps have transformed the ways people relate to visual representations of geographic space. From zoom functionality on street view, to rainbow coloured social network graphs, people are engaging their geographical imaginations to produce visual representations that matter to them and their research. This second Datalabs event¬†introduces participants to mapping tools and Read more about Datalabs 2: Maps and Mashups[…]

Human/wildlife conflict and nature tourism

20th April 14.00-15.00 PG16 (Talbot Campus) Human/wildlife conflict and nature tourism (Gaius Wilson, external, plus Susanna Curtin (BU Tourism) and Amanda Korstjens (BU SciTech) In this engaging Geonet event, ¬†Gaius told us about his PhD research, where he investigated the impact of an invasive plant species on elephant foraging behaviour and habitat use in India. Read more about Human/wildlife conflict and nature tourism[…]