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Landscape Change Program



The Landscape Change Program is a digital archive of historic Vermont landscape imagery dedicated to sharing and preserving Vermont history. The program has at its core an educational mission, training students and developing curriculum.
Project Support
NSF DUE-525046
Landscape Imagery: a catalyst for formal and informal science education
Proposal Project Summary (download pdf)

NSF EAR-0533141
Landscape Change Imagery: preparing a DLESE-ready and easily searchable resource
Proposal Project Summary (download pdf)

NSF DUE-442488
Bringing Relevance to Earth Science Introductory Curricula through Images Showing Human/Landscape Interaction
Proposal Project Summary (download pdf)

NSF EAR-0122005
Looking Forward -- Scaling Up The Digital Image Archive of Landscape Change
Proposal Project Summary (download pdf)

NSF EAR-9907724
Human-Induced Landscape Change -- A Digital Image Archive Created by Students
Proposal Project Summary (download pdf)
Other Related Links
UVM Landscape Change Program web page
People Working on this Project
Elizabeth Andre
Paul Bierman
Will Hackett
Jens Hilke
John Paul Lavoie
Laura Mallard
Christine Massey
Megan McGee
Michala Peabody
Jamie Russell
Theses Related to this Project

Will Hackett, MS progress report (Thesis expected 2009): Title: Modeling of the hydrologic impacts of highway construction and climate change in Vermont (download pdf)
Publications Related to this Project

Massey, C.A., and Bierman, P.R, 2007, Teachers and kids dig old photos: National Association for Gifted Children Journal, p. 5-6. (download pdf)

Bierman, P.R., Howe, J., Stanley-Mann, E., Peabody, M., Hilke, J., and Massey, C.A., 2005, Old images record landscape change through time: GSA Today, v. 15, p. 4-10. (download pdf)
Abstracts Related to this Project

Massey, C.A., and Bierman, P.R., 2006, Historic landscape photographs inspire local teachers to create engaging curricula: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 38, p. 190. (download pdf)

Massey, C.A., Bierman, P.R., Lavoie, J.P., Cathy, A., Berrizbeitia, I., and Henry, J., 2005, Learning visually with historic "geo-images": Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 37, p. 150. (download pdf)

Bierman, P., Howe, J., Peabody, M., Stanley-Mann, E., Hilke, J., and Massey, C.A., 2004, A web-based time machine -- picturing two centuries of landscape change, The Geological Society of America - Denver Annual Meeting: Denver. (download pdf)

Stanley Mann, E., Hilke, J., Bierman, P., and Worley, I.A., 2004, Repeat photography documents landscape change 75 years after an horrendous flood, The Geological Society of America Denver Annual Meeting: Denver. (download pdf)

Massey, C., Hilke, J., and Bierman, P.R., 2003, Landscape metamorphism in Vermont: Building an image archive of the past and present with students, historical societies, and towns: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs. (download pdf)

Mallard, L.D., Massey, C.A., and Bierman, P.R., 2000, Vermont students gather digital images of human-induced landscape change: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 31, p. A-421. (download pdf)

Persico, L.P., Mallard, L.D., Bierman, P.R., and Massey, C.A., 2000, Forest to farmland and back again: A changing Vermont landscape: Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, v. 32, p. A-24. (download pdf)

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