HOWARD T FISHER PRIZE FOR EXCELLENCE IN GEOSPATIAL INFORMATION SCIENCE + NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC AWARD IN MAPPING:
Temporal Morphology [Synthetic Growth + Natural Decline of Alameda Island]
Independent Project Presented for SES-05344/EMR-21 | Maps and Mappings | Fall 2013
Under the Instructions of Matthew Wilson, Visiting Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture, Urban Planning and Design, Harvard University Graduate School of Design; Charles Waldheim, Landscape Architecture Chair + John E. Irving Professor of Landscape Architecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design
2014 National Geographic Award in Mapping; Honorable Mention
2014 Howard T Fisher Prize, Graduate-Level Winner; Harvard University
Comments from the judges:
"Excellent use of GIS for historical mapping and modeling inundated land due to sea level rise, presented in a visually compelling format."