Collected here are lesson plans utilizing both GIS and GPS which were created by students in the Computational Math Science and Technology (CMST) Institute.

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Submissions from 2006

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Human Impact on Environment Using GIS, Robert Arrendell

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GPS to Determine Longitude and Latitude, Joann Bell

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Using ArcGIS to Analyze the Attributes of the Service Areas of Local Public Libraries, Wilson Burgos

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Investigation into Invasive Species: Zebra Mussels, Michelle Dale, Evan Brauer, and April McGivern

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Calculating Slopes, Dave Iacchetta

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Studying Invasive Species Using GIS, April McGivern

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Modeling Precipitation and Water Budgets using Stella, Sean Metz, Sandy McGreevy, Neill Paul II, Suzanne Wade, and Kevin Westrich

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Map of Restroom in Brockport using GPS, Brian Minchen

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Understanding Data using a Mobile GPS, Neill Paul II

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Exploring Global Warming Using TI calculator, Agent Sheets and GIS, Caroline Rodriguez, Maria Huot, Sarah Heigl, Patrick Chierichella, and Reggie Sherrill

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Plate Tectonics with GIS, Nate Ruder

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Modeling Earthquakes using GIS, Suzanne Wade

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Area of Counties in Monroe, John Walker

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Understanding Worldwide Geologic Activity Using GIS, Kathyrn Zuroski