Geography and Geographic Information Science
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Wildland fire smoke contains hazardous levels of fine particulate matter (PM2.5), a pollutant shown to adversely affect health. Estimating fire attributable PM2.5 concentrations is key to quantifying the impact on air quality and subsequent health burden.
Join us on Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at the University of Illinois in a celebration of GIS Day, the annual salute to geographic information science and technologies for achieving broad and transformative impacts.
Approximately 15% U.S. adults have hearing loss. Among older adults >75, over half live with hearing loss. In a context where Medicare and many state Medicaid programs do not cover audiologist services beyond physician-referred assessments in support of a diagnosis, this study focuses on audiologist service accessibility in the U.S.
The availability of large-scale and high-resolution light detection and ranging (LiDAR) remote sensing data provides tremendous opportunities to unveil complex landscape patterns and better understand landscape dynamics from a 3D perspective.