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Social Science and Public Policy

Modeling the Next Big Thing: A Seminar Series in Spatial Biochemical Monitoring and Prediction

November 17, 2022 at 12:00pm1:30pm

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Preparing for the next pandemic: Establishing the New York State wastewater surveillance network,by Dr. David Larsen, Associate Professor of Public Health, Falk College, Syracuse University. 

Geospatial Resourcesby John A. Olson, Librarian for Government and Geo-Information, Bird Library, Syracuse University.

Join us for the first in a series of seminars focusing on the application of geospatial technologies to spatial biochemical monitoring and prediction. The series is a collaboration between the Forensic and National Security Sciences Institute (College of Arts and Sciences), Department of Geography and the Environment (Maxwell), and the Syracuse University Intelligence Community Center for Academic Excellence. Geospatial analyses encompass spatial, biological, environmental, cultural, social, and political factors. Leveraging this requires interdisciplinary teams to work with multiple diverse datasets and methods where the effectiveness of tracking is dependent upon the quality of data, a manner to leverage large data sets and the incorporation of the data into a meaningful geospatial analysis framework. 

This event is Co-Sponsored by the College of Arts & Sciences Forensic and National Security Sciences Institute, the Intelligence Community Centers for Academic Excellence, and the Maxwell School Department of Geography and the Environment.  Funding for this event is provided by a CUSE Interdisciplinary Seminar Grant.

This event was published on November 16, 2022.

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