Tuesday, December 12, 2017. 3:30 - 4:30 pm, Burt 193. POA Seminar: Jennifer Thomas, CEOAS. "Coupled barotropic-baroclinic basin modes"
GEOG 371: Web Mapping is a crash course in learning how to build communicative, story oriented maps that lean on open source data and software. For the final projects, the students have a lot of freedom to take the different web mapping platforms they were exposed to during the term and incorporate their own research or personal interests. The students gleaned skills from this course that they can take with them into future projects where geo-visualizations shared over the web will enrich their work. Check out the Fall 2017 projects.
Grad students make CEOAS run. Read some of their stories in the latest issue of ELEMENTS (PDF 1.5MB).
An artist commissioned to create awards for cities around the world showing climate action leadership worked with Ed Brook to create the awards. Ed supplied 12,000 year-old air taken from ice cores that the artist then enclosed with the statues. The statues were given to award winner in categories such as innovative transportation solutions, greenhouse gas reduction through energy transformations, and other categories. See C40 Cities Awards.
Kurt Sarau, OSU’s Deputy Shipyard Rep, from the RCRV Project Field Office at Gulf Island Shipyard, in Houma, LA approved OSU largest invoice ever! An eye-popping $5,958,324 which is the first of many monthly invoices for RCRV Vessel 1. John Comar (left), OSU’s Shipyard Rep, presented Kurt with the OSU Big Spender award in Houma this week. The award was signed by OSU’s VP for Finance and Administration, Michael Green.