MS-GIST (Master's Reports)7
ABOUT THE COLLECTION
The University of Arizona Geographic Information Systems Technology (UA GIST) integrates GIScience, cutting-edge GISystems, and geospatial technology, with management skills for use in government, corporate, non-profit, and academic settings.
This collection showcases the master's reports and projects from graduates of the Master's of Science in Geographic Information Systems Technology Program.
Contact UA GIST for more information about the Master's Reports in this collection, or about the UA GIST program.
- Identifying Opportunities for Community Solar: A Study of Maricopa and Pinal Counties
- Using Suitability and Proximity Analysis to Discover Houston's Accessibility via Roadways and Public Transportation
- An Introduction to Identifying Nonpoint Sources of Water Pollution Using a Modified Land Use Conflict Analysis Identification Strategy (LUCIS) Model, Non-point Source Identification Strategy: NPSIS
- High Speed / Commuter Rail Suitability Analysis For Central And Southern Arizona
- Identifying Housing Patterns in Pima County, Arizona Using the DEYA Affordability Index and Geospatial Analysis