Press

Media outlets regularly report lab research featured in press releases by NC State News or on the Center for Geospatial Analytics’ news blog. Below are some selected highlights from recent years:

 

Spatial Development And Design Drive Water Use, According To New Study
Utah Public Radio | June 26, 2018

 

ncstate-brick-2x2-redUsing Virtual Reality to Plot Urban Green Spaces

News Release | April 12, 2018 | Research with VR goggles gives landscape designers fresh insight on how green landscapes refresh city residents.

 

NCSU: Virtual reality can be a boost to urban planning for green space
WRALTechWire.com | April 13, 2018

 

Guest Blog: InVision Raleigh
NextCenturyCities.org | Aug. 29, 2017

 

 

VIDEO: A touching scene in NCSU lab means someone changed the simulation

WRAL.com | Feb. 16, 2017

 

 

ncstate-brick-2x2-redSocial Media Photos Priceless for Natural Resources Research

News release | Oct. 31, 2016 | Instagram, Flickr and Panoramio reveal the most valued features of European landscapes.

 

PhysOrgSocial Media Photos Priceless for Natural Resources Research

PHYS.ORG | Oct. 31, 2016

 

ncstate-brick-2x2-redSocial Media the Saviour of European Beauty Spots?

Science Focus | Oct. 31, 2016

 

Instagram Photos May Help Identify Landscape Hotspots

IANSlive.in | Nov. 2, 2016

 

Instagram Photos May Help Identify Landscape Hotspots

The Hindu | Nov. 3, 2016

 

ncstate-brick-2x2-redHá ciência no Instagram? Investigadores garantem que sim

Publico | Nov. 3, 2016

 

 

Social Media Photos Priceless for Natural Resources Research

Environmental Research Web | Nov. 11, 2016

 

ncstate-brick-2x2-redA Post Mortem on Sudden Oak Death

The Abstract | May 18, 2016 | Geospatial computer modeling tracks not only disease transmission but also the human, financial and political realities of controlling an epidemic.

 

This Disease Has Killed a Million Trees in California, and Scientists Say it’s Basically Unstoppable

The Washington Post | May 2, 2016

 

Eradication of ‘Sudden Oak Death’ Disease Is No Longer Possible in California

Los Angeles Times | May 2, 2016

 

Californian Sudden Oak Death Epidemic ‘Unstoppable’

Science Daily | May 2, 2016

 

ncstate-brick-2x2-redCitizen Science Helps Predict Risk of Emerging Infectious Disease

News Release | May 1, 2015 | More than 1,600 trained volunteers, from high school students to firefighters, contributed to a sudden oak death tracking project that accurately predicted the disease’s spread, showing the promise for crowdsourced science.

 

PhysOrgCitizen Science Helps Predict Risk of Emerging Infectious Disease

PHYS.ORG | May 1, 2015

 

whitehousegovAddressing Societal and Scientific Challenges through Citizen Science and Crowdsourcing

Executive Office of the President of the United States – Office of Science and Technology Policy – Executive Memo from John Holdren to the Heads of Executive Departments and Agencies | September 30, 2015