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Infrastructure blog students-may16-2011-pdf

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This is a sample of applications and work done with my students at University of Missisippi.

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Infrastructure blog students-may16-2011-pdf

  1. 1. Applications of Remote Sensing and GeospatialAnalysis Technologies?05.16.2011 Update Posted for Dr. Uddin’s current and former students in Remote Sensing… Some examples from research reports of my current and former students arepresented here involving natural disaster mitigation, renewable energy, globalwarming, infrastructure asset management, and sustainable transportationsystems….Dr. W. Uddin Geospatial Visualization of Tornado Impact for 2009   ENGR597­25, May 2010  Daniel May (BS 2011)Infrastructure Global/ Projects of Dr. Uddin’s students  at University of Mississippi         1  
  2. 2. Infrastructure Global/ Projects of Dr. Uddin’s students  at University of Mississippi         2  
  3. 3. WIND THE FUTURE OF ENERGY PRODUCTION BY THOMAS BRETT ENGR597-25 May 2008 Where Can It Be Used Class 2 and up wind regions Offshore Open country side Mountainous regions     WIND CLASS AREASInfrastructure Global/ Projects of Dr. Uddin’s students  at University of Mississippi         3  
  4. 4. Nuclear Power Plants per State in the United States  Michael Stasny  ENGR 597­25 May 2009    Michael Stasny (BS 2009) Number of Nuclear Power Plants:   Eric Shackleford, ENGR 597-25 May 2009 Scope of Current Production vs. Available Reserves of Crude Oil in Gulf of MexicoThe figure below represents spatial analysis conducted to determine the size of the area currentlycontaining production activity versus the area of proved fields awaiting exploitation. Eric Shackleford (BS 2009)   Infrastructure Global/ Projects of Dr. Uddin’s students  at University of Mississippi         4  
  5. 5. ENGR 597‐25 Special Projects, May Intersession 2009  Brad Langford  5/20/09   MILES OF INTERSTATE PER STATE Airports with LIDAR Obstruction Survey HistoryTotal Number of Airports = 24 Colby Willis (BS 2008) Infrastructure Global/ Projects of Dr. Uddin’s students  at University of Mississippi         5   
  6. 6. Geospatial Analysis of 2005 Hurricane Katrina and its Impacts on Mississippi Natalie LaHaye (BS 2009) • ENGR597-25 May 2008 • This report is an analysis of the effects of Hurricane Katrina. • Maps display the population in Mississippi by county in 1990, 2000, and 2006. These show the change in population; pre- Katrina and post-Katrina. • Also shown are GeoMedia Professional v6.1 thematic maps representing the death rate in each county due to Hurricane Katrina and the degree of assistance declared by each county (right). A GIS Study of Regional Trends of Greenhouse Gases and Global Warming ENGR 597-25 May 2008 Lisa Conchos (BS 2009) • These slides compare the transportation emissions of CO2 of the U.S. from 1990 and 2003. • Both in 1990 and 2003, California, Texas, Florida, New York, and Pennsylvania are the five states with the highest emissions. • The five states that produce the least amount of transportation are: Vermont, Rhode Island, Delaware, South Dakota, and the District of Columbia.Infrastructure Global/ Projects of Dr. Uddin’s students  at University of Mississippi         6  
  7. 7. Surface Temperature Map for Mosaic of Karachi, Pakistan Karachi Port Bikila Wodajo (PhD 2009)/Katherine Osborne (MS 2009, BS 2008) Geospatial Analysis of Africa: People, Education, Economy & Environment By: Lauren Haney, ENGR 597-25, May 2008 • A hospital is planned to be built in Togo, Africa. • To assist in evaluating the number of people the hospital would serve, a vector map of Togo prefectures was necessary. • Therefore, major objectives included: (1) understanding the process of registering a jpeg image from Google Earth and (2) using Intergraph GeoMediaPro v. 6.1 to complete a vector map of prefectures and thematic map of population ranges. • Findings: Income is the overall source of all trends, whether dealing with demographical, educational or environmental issues.Infrastructure Global/ Projects of Dr. Uddin’s students  at University of Mississippi         7  
  8. 8. Study of Solid Waste Landfill Management in Mississippi Krista Caron (MS 2006) Epidemiological Study of Air Pollution Related Asthma in Mississippi Bikila Wodajo Course Project Report 2006 Bikila Wodajo (PhD 2009)Infrastructure Global/ Projects of Dr. Uddin’s students  at University of Mississippi         8  
  9. 9. Chronic Lower Respiratory Diseases (CLRD) mortality per 100,000 populations for continental U.S.A., 2001-03         Average mortality rate per 100,000 Populations:  USA: 43.4  Mississippi (MS): 49.7 Nevada (NV): 64.5 (highest rate)  Hawaii (HI): 20.6 (lowest rate)  Mortality rate for each State are shown on the map. Dr. W. Uddin 4   Thematic map of 2003 U.S. Vehicle Miles  Traveled (VMT) by State (in billions)          2003 VMT in Billions  U.S.: 2,891 Mississippi (MS): 37.5  California (CA):323.6 (highest) District of Columbia (DC): 4.1 (lowest) D W Uddi 5  Planimetrics of New Development, Oxford, MS     Kanok Boriboonsomsin (PhD 2004)Infrastructure Global/ Projects of Dr. Uddin’s students  at University of Mississippi         9  

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