Students’ works from Hyowon’s courses

Master’s Theses Advised

Molan Choi (2015). Assessing the Effect on Streamflow of Two Snow Dominated Watersheds in Sierra Nevada, California using Hydrologic Modeling in GIS. California State University, Long Beach, (thesis chair).

Stephen Strand (2015). Motorsport Performance Analysis: A Spatio-Temporal Approach. California State University, Long Beach, (thesis chair).

Scott Winslow (2014). Putting Bodie in its place: a thematic gazetteer of a California ghost town. California State University, Long Beach, (thesis chair).

Daniel Jensen (2014). Spatial analysis and visualization in the NBA using GIS applications. California State University, Long Beach, (thesis chair).

Jeannine Hogg (2014). An assessment of social vulnerability in Yuba County. California State University, Long Beach, (thesis committee).

Jose Robles (2014). The association between land cover and West Nile Virus avian infections within three ecologically distinct urbanized regions of Orange County, California. California State University, Long Beach, (thesis committee).

Kevin Flaherty (2014). Assessing public use of spatial data in Long Beach, CA. California State University, Long Beach, (thesis committee).

Ian R. Boles (2012). Parkways as found paradise: a GIS analysis of the form and accessibility of green spaces in Orange County, California. California State University, Long Beach, (thesis committee).

Andreea Greavu (2012). Geovisualizing the emotional geographies of marathon runners: a case study of the Long Beach Marathon 2010. California State University, Long Beach, (thesis committee).

Sheridan Wright Kennedy (2011). The 1878 yellow fever epidemic in Memphis, Tennessee: an historical geographic information systems (HGIS) approach. California State University, Long Beach, (thesis committee).