• deck

  • Google Earth Engine UCU 2024

  • Copy of land use change

  • Code

  • Esri

  • RS_UCU

  • Google Earth Engine and Land Use Change

    Introduction to GEE for Land Use Science course at UU

  • TIC-DD_2021

    Presentation for my first GIP presentation

  • FAIR

  • GSS_ideas_for_Projects_with_me

    pitch deck

  • 3d geoviz and land use change

  • Energy_SDG

    pitch deck

  • land use change

  • SDG Data and Visualizations

    Existing data portals, dashboards, and considerations moving forward

  • GIP_Meeting_1

    Presentation for my first GIP presentation

  • Intro Google Earth Engine

    Introduction to Google Earth Engine

  • MasTCenter

  • Voronoi

    This presentation will introduce the interpolation method often known as Voronoi.

  • Put a map on it.

  • U of Auckland

  • GeoServer_2016

    This week we are going to set up a GeoServer!

  • Copy of GeoServer Part 2

  • Copy of UAV Dartmouth

    This presentation was given on April 8, 2016 at Dartmouth College

  • Ricker CUGOS

    This was presented at CUGOS in April of 2016 University of Washington

  • Copy of Safety in Numbers

    Prepared to organize my ideas to present during a brown bag seminar for Yonn's class

  • UAV Dartmouth

    This presentation was given on April 8, 2016 at Dartmouth College

  • UAVs AAGs

  • UAVs and Maps

    lightening talk disrupt geo http://aagmapathon.org/schedule.html

  • Swift 2.0

  • deck

  • UAVs and Maps

    Utilizing low-cost unmanned vehicle (UAV) to build orthophotos and Digital Surface Models Speaker: Britta Ricker, PhD When: Weds. Dec. 16, 2015 Noon – 1pm Where: USGS Water Science Center Office – Tacoma Columbia Conference room 934 Broadway, Suite 300 Tacoma, WA 98402 In this presentation, I will briefly contextualize this evolution by presenting how photogrammetry is reaching a confluence with structure for motion (SfM) software and why this is important. I will introduce methods of aerial imagery collection through the use of a low-cost and popular UAV systems. I will then focus on how to process the imagery to generate orthophotos and digital surface models (DSM) through the use of SfM software. I will conclude by presenting additional considerations including legal regulations, good flying practice, accuracy and precision and future research.

  • Safety in Numbers

    Prepared to organize my ideas to present during a brown bag seminar for Yonn's class

  • Make a Website Together, by hand.