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2014 CGS Annual Conference Award Winners

JOE BEATON POSTER AWARDS: Undergraduate Posters First Place: Long Fung, Pasadena City College Does Proximity to Metro Gold Line Stations Increase or Decrease Condo Property Values in Pasadena? Second Place: Crystal Moncada, et al., CSU San Bernardino A Geographical Information System (GIS)-Based Evaluation of Landslide Susceptibility Mapped on the Harrison Mountain Quadrangle of the Santa Ana River Third Place: Will Firch, Humboldt State University Urban Geography of a Gold Rush Town: Weaverville, California, in 1860 Graduate Posters First Place: Rosangela Carreon, CSU Fullerton Remote Sensing Climatic Impact on Snow Cover for the San Gabriel Mountains in Southern California Second Place: Maggie La Rochelle, UC Davis The Motivated Farmer: Place Relationships and Meaning-Making at the UC Davis Student Farm Third Place: Lourdes Johanna Avelar, CSU Long Beach The Geographies of Fear in Cal State Long Beach Campus DIGITAL MAP AWARDS First Place: Troy Lawson, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Historical Mapping for the City of San Luis Obispo First Place: Marlyn Montgomery et al., Humboldt State Community Cartography in California Runner Up: Andrew Shensky, CSU Fullerton A Web App to Supplement a STEM-based Curriculum in School Gardens PAPER MAP AWARDS First Place: Hans Frederiksen, CSU Sacramento Tsunami Inundation Zones in the Los Angeles Area Second Place: Madison Most and Maritza Munoz, CSU Northridge Maps on Human Canvasses Third Place: Joel Clark, San Jose State University California Heavy Rail Passenger Service TOM MCKNIGHT PAPER AWARDS Undergraduate Papers First Place: Matt Conway, UC Santa Barbara Predicting the Popularity of Bicycle Sharing Stations: An Accessibility-Based Approach Second Place: Estefania Sanchez, CSU Northridge Drug-Related Murders: The Effects of Drugs and Violence in Mexico Third Place: Yono Yurwit, Soka University Farmers Markets and Local Food Access in Orange County, California Graduate Papers First Place: Katherine Glover et al., UCLA Lake Sequences from Big Bear Valley, San Bernardino Mountains, California, Provide Insight into Western Paleoclimate over the Past 100 ka BP Second Place: Kevin Erbas-White, CSU Fullerton Mapping Habitat Niches of Rattlesnakes in Southern California with Remotely Sensed Imagery Third Place: Stacie Townsend et al., UC Davis The Landscape of Urban Agriculture in California’s Capital City GEOSYSTEMS AWARDS Undergraduate Award Zachary Truskolaski, Sonoma State University Environmental Responsibility and Corporate Mining: A Temporal Assessment Using Land Cover and NDVI Classification Graduate Award Melissa Miller, CSU Fullerton Spatial Analysis of Sea Star Populations in Marine Protected Areas Versus Unprotected Areas: Los Angeles and Orange County, California DAVID LANTIS SCHOLARSHIPS Undergraduate Award Felix Rodriguez, CSU Northridge Graduate Award Anay Palavox, CSU Fullerton DISTINGUISHED TEACHING AWARD Dominique Evans Bye, Clark Magnet High School FRIEND OF GEOGRAPHY AWARD Gary Booher, Los Angeles Geographical Society DISTINGUISHED SERVICE AWARD Jennifer Helzer, CSU Stanislaus OUTSTANDING EDUCATOR AWARD Michael Schmandt, CSU Sacramento

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