This is a list of conference presentations, posters, and publications produced by members of the the Atlas team:

2015

A VerySpatial Podcast, Episode 513 (17 May 2015) http://veryspatial.com/2015/05/a-veryspatial-podcast-episode-513/ [Interview featuring Mike Ferber, Shannon Stunden Bower, Katie Wallbaum, Andrew Tappenden, Mike Stone]

Kathryn Binnema, “Getting Where You`re Going: A History of Groat Ravine and the Freeway Revolts” [poster].  Western Division, Canadian Association of Geographers, March 13-14 2015. Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops BC. *** Runner-Up, Best Undergraduate Poster.

Kathryn Binnema, “Heavy Traffic for a Park: A History of Groat Ravine.”  The Foothills Colloquium Undergraduate History Conference, April 30-May 1 2015. Mount Royal University, Calgary AB.

Tyler Kuipers & Andrew Tappenden (2015), “Geographical Information Systems as a Function of Time.” [poster]. Undergraduate Research in Science Conference of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.

Shannon Stunden Bower, “Park Landscape Versus Transportation Infrastructure: Debating How To Use Mackinnon Ravine In Edmonton, AB, 1960s-1980s.”  Association of American Geographers 2015 Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. April 23, 2015.

Andrew Tappenden, “Interdisciplinary GIS: Development Challenges and Potential Solutions.”  Association of American Geographers 2015 Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. April 23, 2015.

Michael Ferber, “Edmonton’s River Valley in Big History.”  Association of American Geographers 2015 Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. April 23, 2015.

Katie Wallbaum & William Van Arragon,“It Should Be Parkland”: The Struggle to Preserve Edmonton’s River Valley Communities, 1960s-1980s.”  Association of American Geographers 2015 Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL. April 23, 2015.

MJ Valiquette & Michael Ferber, “Trash Talk in Edmonton: Converting Garbage to Greenery.” Western Division, Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting. Kamloops, BC. March 14, 2015.

2014

Tyler Kuipers & Andrew Tappenden (2014),  “An Integration of The web, GIS & Time.”  The King’s Summer Research Symposium, Edmonton, AB.

Michael Ferber, William Van Arragon, & MJ Valiquette, “The Trashy Past of Edmonton’s Parks: A Preliminary Model for the Ribbon of Green Digital Historical Atlas” [poster]. Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Brock University. St. Catherine’s, ON. May 28, 2014.

2012

Michael Ferber, William Van Arragon, Amy VanderHoek, & Katie Wallbaum, “Ribbon of Green: A Digital Historical Atlas of Edmonton’s River Valley Park System” [poster]. Canadian Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, Wilfred Laurier University. Waterloo, ON.   June 1, 2012.