Geography

A Foundational Component of Military Intelligence: A Country Overview Map

Author(s) Garrett Miller Faculty Mentor(s) Robert Hickey (Geography) Abstract Geographic information has long been a critical component for military operations to succeed. Gaining a baseline understanding of both the physical geography and human geography features of the specific area an operation is going to be… Read More »A Foundational Component of Military Intelligence: A Country Overview Map

Reconstructing the post-glacial fire history at Waterdog Lake, Oregon, using charcoal analysis of a lake sediment core.

Author(s) Rebecca Mitre Faculty Mentor(s) Megan Walsh (Geography) Abstract In the past decades, wildfires have been growing more intense and frequent in the Pacific Northwest (PNW). An example of this was the 2020 wildfire season during which numerous communities were displaced and millions of dollars… Read More »Reconstructing the post-glacial fire history at Waterdog Lake, Oregon, using charcoal analysis of a lake sediment core.