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Provenance: VAST Challenge 2018
Title: Mini-Challenge 2


Description:

According to Kasios, those funny colored satellite images from the Preserve only prove that it is a diverse, changing habitat and that the peculiar images Mitch identified are not conclusive evidence of any wrongdoing. They argue that the other industries should be taking as good care of the area as Kasios corporate and its volunteer squads do year round. To show their goodwill, Kasios reports that they recently donated staff time and money to refurbish ranger stations and campgrounds across the Preserve! Does Kasios have a case here? Perhaps some new visualization of river contaminants and analyses within the Preserve may help illustrate that the new Kasios story doesn't hold water (or does it?).

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Contacts:
Kris Cook, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Georges Grinstein, University of Massachusetts-Lowell
Mark Whiting, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Kristen Liggett, Air Force Research Laboratory
Diane Staheli, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Jordan Crouser, Smith College
John Fallon, University of Massachusetts Amherst
Jereme Haack, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Total uses: 15
Used by:
James Madison University
KU Leuven
Korea University
Peking University
Rowan University
Shandong University - Xu
Shandong University - Xue
Singapore Management University - JAKAY
Award: Honorable Mention - Clarity of Narrative
Singapore Management University - Khedar
Singapore Management University - Lim
Texas Tech University
Award: Strong Support for Exploratory Analysis
University of Buenos Aires
University of Konstanz - Dehn
Award: Elegant Design of an Interactive Display
University of Konstanz - Eren
Award: Honorable Mention - Use of Projection ot Highlight Outliers
VRVis Research Center

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