The Center for Southeast Asia Environment and Sustainable Development strives to improve the understanding of complex environmental and development issues facing Southeast Asia by fostering multidisciplinary, international collaboration in research, education, and capacity building.
The GIS Tech Hub is a new campus-wide resource that provides information about GIS technology. The devolopment of the GIS Tech Hub and website was funded through a SUNY Innovative Instruction Technology Grant. The GIS Tech Hub project aims to create a new centralized resource for teaching, sharing, and collaboration using GIS technology.
A one-stop place to learn more about the department’s Meteorology and Climatology (MaC) concentration–an alternative to the four-year meteorology degree–as well as our meteorology and climatology minor. This site includes everything you want to know about meteorology and climatology at Buffalo State, including: a copy of our MaC brochure; WeatherBUFF products; a link to our Facebook page; description of our MaC labs; samples of student’s work; links to Western New York weather resources; current weather and forecasts for Buffalo State; research posters; and much more.
The Geography and Planning Department has five state-of-the-art laboratories: two state-of-the-art computer labs equipped with ESRI GIS software; a water quality lab, meteorology lab; and remote lab on the Island of San Salvador, Bahamas that is used for our Bahamas Field Experience course (seriously!).
The Geography and Planning Department has located a geocache on the Buffalo State campus. The prefix “Geo” refers to geography and “Cache,” as used in hiking, refers to a hiding place for provisions. Geocaching rules are simple: take something, leave something, and fill in the log book.
The department hosts a variety of web mapping applications developed by associate professor Wende Mix. These applications demonstrate the use of GIS in urban planning and display how neighborhoods are changing in the Western New York region.
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