In the Spring of 2019, undergraduate students in Dr. Richard Lathrop’s Advanced Environmental Geomatics course developed ArcGIS StoryMaps for key indicators identified in the State of the Raritan Report, Volumes 1 and 2. The reports were written to provide critical data to inform planning and decision-making in the basin as well as to identify data gaps that will help set priorities for university-based research efforts.
Click on the links below to view the StoryMaps of key indicators. For more information about the State of the Raritan Reports, Volumes 1 and 2, click here.
- Bioassessment Tour of the Raritan Watershed by Sayra Reyes
- Dams in the Raritan River by Kiera Malone
- Fixing the Raritan’s Stormwater Infrastructure by Liza Chang
- Habitat Suitability for NJ’s Threatened & Endangered Species by Justin Martinez
- Housing Issues in the Rairtan Watershed by Alvin Chin
- Impervious Surfaces of the Raritan River and Surrounding Areas by Laura Vogel
- Known Contaminated Sites in the Raritan River Basin by Ryan Cooper
- Open Space in the Raritan River Water Basin by Eva Tillett
- Population by Abdullah Nasir
- Prime Agriculture by Jacqueline Cavaliere
- Raritan Basin Recreational Trails and River Access by Hannah Adickman
- Raritan River Tree Canopy Cover by Donna Climent
- Raritan Watershed Restoration Projects by Gretalyn Donato
- The Raritan Basin and Change in its Riparian Areas by Morgan Crooks
- Urban Land Use in the Raritan River Watershed by Amanda Lowell
For more information about the Advanced Environmental Geomatics practicum, contact Professor Richard Lathrop, Instructor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.