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Dr. Andrew Marx publishes in “Remote Sensing Applications”

Congratulations to USC Spatial’s Dr. Andrew Marx, Associate Professor of the Practice of Spatial Sciences, on his article Analysis of Panamanian DMSP/OLS nightlights corroborates suspicions of inaccurate fiscal data: A natural experiment examining the accuracy of GDP data now published in Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment. Dr. Marx's research focus is on improving...
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Welcome to New USC Spatial Faculty

The USC Spatial Sciences Institute welcomes three new faculty members this fall.  Dr. Jennifer Bernstein, lecturer, has research interests in American environmentalism, Western American environmental history, online teaching and learning, and California geography. Her most recent publications are Mother Earth and Earth Mothers: Why Environmentalism has a Gender Problem in Breakthrough Journal (June 2017) and...
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Enriching Holocaust Survivor Testimonies With Links to Historical Maps

[caption id="attachment_10420" align="aligncenter" width="780"] (L-R) Weiwei Duan, USC Spatial Ph.D. student, Yujin Lin, USC Spatial data scientist (research), and Yao-Yi Chiang, USC Spatial associate professor (research).[/caption]

Dr. Yao-Yi Chiang and his lab use historical maps to accurately identify World War II locations in USC Shoah Foundation’s Visual History Archive

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