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Department of Geography and Geospatial Sciences

Dr. Jida Wang

EducationPh.D., University of California, Los Angeles, 2013
Research Interests

Terrestrial hydrology, lakes and reservoirs, water resources, climate change, Anthropocene, GIS and remote sensing, big spatial data

Courses Taught
  • GEOG 221 Introduction to Physical Geography
  • GEOG 302 Cartography and Thematic Mapping
  • GEOG 508 Geographic Information Systems I
  • GEOG 605 Remote Sensing of the Environment
  • GEOG 707 Remote Sensing of Water
  • GEOG 795 Top/Geog Info Sci (Graduate Independent Study)
  • GEOG 850 Top/Environment Geog (Remote Sensing and Water Resources)
Service Activities
OfficeSeaton 3019
Telephone(785) 532-6727
Fax(785) 532-7310
Emailjidawang@k-state.edu
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Notices

I am constantly welcoming M.A. or Ph.D. students interested in interdisciplinary studies in Geography (particularly hydrology, water resources, GIS, and/or remote sensing) to consider joining my research group.  For detailed application information, please see “Apply to the Geography Graduate Program”, or feel free to contact me (jidawang@ksu.edu) for any questions.

Dr. Wang

Dr. Wang's core areas of geographic research are in physical geography (particularly hydrosphere), human-nature interactions, and geospatial analysis and application.