Jerome Dobson

Professor Emeritus
President, American Geographical Society
Primary office:
785-864-5536
Lilndley Hall, room 214A


Summary

Current Projects

GIS in Landmine Remover: Test new system for mapping minefields; Improve cartographic symbols for landmines, minefields, and mine actions.

Populations at Risk: Develop building occupancy tables for estimating population distribution in the world's most troubled regions.

Courses Taught

GEOG 100: World Regional Geography
GEOG 158: GIS in Science and Society
GEOG 980: Seminar: Geographic Information Science Topics


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