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National Science Foundation
Research Experiences for Undergraduates
GIS and Soil/Water Resources
Department of Geography
Oklahoma State University
June 3 to July 26, 2002
Project Directors
Dr. Thomas A. Wikle
Dr. Michael D. Myers
Oklahoma State University is recruiting undergraduate students to work with OSU faculty
researchers in applying geographic information system technology to water and or soil
resource problems. All participants must have junior or senior standing.
All participants will receive:
♦ ArcView™ GIS Certification and Trimble™ GPS Certification
♦ $270/week stipend, lodging, some meals, travel expenses
Selection criteria:
♦ U.S. citizenship
♦ grade point average
♦ statement of interest
♦ coursework in GIS, soils and/or water resources
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Research Projects from 2001 REU Program:
Evaluation of Forest Road Cut Bank Erosion Using GPS, GIS, and RUSLE
Estimation of Evapotranspiration Using Landsat Enhanced Thematic Mapper
Imagery
Potential Impacts of Catastrophic Failure at Jackson Lake Dam, Wyoming
Assessing Change in Stream Flow Rates on Conservation Reserve Program
Lands
PDF application available online at:
www.geog.okstate.edu/reu/appform.pdf
Or Contact:
Dr. Thomas A. Wikle
Department of Geography
223 Scott Hall
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078
(405) 744-9173 or [email protected]
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