Key Raritan Indicators described through ArcGIS StoryMaps by Advanced Environmental Geomatics Students
In the Spring of 2019, undergraduate students in Dr. Richard Lathrop’s Advanced Environmental Geomatics course developed ArcGIS StoryMaps for key indicators identified in the State of the Raritan Report, Volumes 1 and 2. The reports were written to provide critical data to inform planning and decision-making in the basin as well as to identify data gaps that will help set priorities for university-based research efforts.
Click on the links below to view the StoryMaps of key indicators. For more information about the State of the Raritan Reports, Volumes 1 and 2, click here.
- Bioassessment Tour of the Raritan Watershed by Sayra Reyes
- Dams in the Raritan River by Kiera Malone
- Fixing the Raritan’s Stormwater Infrastructure by Liza Chang
- Habitat Suitability for NJ’s Threatened & Endangered Species by Justin Martinez
- Housing Issues in the Rairtan Watershed by Alvin Chin
- Impervious Surfaces of the Raritan River and Surrounding Areas by Laura Vogel
- Known Contaminated Sites in the Raritan River Basin by Ryan Cooper
- Open Space in the Raritan River Water Basin by Eva Tillett
- Population by Abdullah Nasir
- Prime Agriculture by Jacqueline Cavaliere
- Raritan Basin Recreational Trails and River Access by Hannah Adickman
- Raritan River Tree Canopy Cover by Donna Climent
- Raritan Watershed Restoration Projects by Gretalyn Donato
- The Raritan Basin and Change in its Riparian Areas by Morgan Crooks
- Urban Land Use in the Raritan River Watershed by Amanda Lowell
For more information about the Advanced Environmental Geomatics practicum, contact Professor Richard Lathrop, Instructor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.