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Work Published in 2013

Shannon Albeke 

Middleton, A.D., M.J. Kauffman, D.E. McWhirter, M.D. Jimenez, R.C. Cook, J.G. Cook, S.E. Albeke, Sawyer, and P.J. White. 2013. Linking anti-predator behaviour to prey demography reveals limited risk effects of an actively hunting large carnivore. Ecology Letters 16:1023-1030.

Farrae, D.J., S.E. Albeke, K. Pacifici, N.P. Nibbelink and D.L. Peterson. 2013. Assessing the influence of habitat quality on movements of the endangered shortnose sturgeon. Environmental Biology of Fishes: 1-9.

Hirsch, C.L., M.R. Dare and S.E. Albeke. 2013. Range-wide status of Colorado River cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii pleuriticus): 2010. Colorado River Cutthroat Trout Conservation Team Report. Colorado Parks and Wildlife, Fort Collins. pp. 131.

Rashford, B., A. Shrag, J. Walker, S.E. Albeke, S. Olimb, and D. Lewis. 2013. Targeting Grassland Conservation: An Estimate of Land-Use Conversion Risk in the Northern Great Plains.  Report prepared for the U.S. Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Plains and Prairie Pothole LCC. September 20, 2013, pp. 120.

 

Bill Gribb

J. Hamerlinck, S. Lieske, and W. Gribb, 2013. Understanding Wyoming’s Land Resources: Land-Use Patterns and Development Trends, Wyoming Open Space Initiative, Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, Ruckelshaus Institute, UW-Extension Publication B-1244, pp. 17.

Gribb, W.  2013.  Wind River Indian Reservation Project: Economic Development, Food Co-Op and Geo-Thermal Greenhouse-Initial Investigation, Final Report, Wind River Reservation-Warm Valley Community Food Co-Op, Fort Washakie, WY, pp. 110.

Gribb, W.  2013. Wyoming Nonmotorized Trail System: Inventory and Planning, Final Report, Wyoming Pathways, Jackson, WY, pp. 91.

           

Jeff Hamerlinck

Lieske, S.N. and J.D. Hamerlinck. 2013. Planning support systems applications in site planning. Urban Design and Planning, 166: 34-42.

Lieske, S.N., R.H. Coupal, J.D. Hamerlinck, D.M. McLeod, and A.M. Scofield. 2013. Planning support systems for fiscally sustainable planning. In Geertman, S., F. Toppen and J. Stillwell, eds. Planning Support Systems for Sustainable Urban Development. Springer: Berlin: 127-147.

Hamerlinck, J.D. 2013. Case Study Analysis of Planning Support System Implementation in Local Comprehensive Planning. In: Proceedings of CUPUM 2013 – 13th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management, Geertman, S., F. Toppen and J. Stillwell, eds. Utrecht, Netherlands, July 2 – 5, (online). 

Lieske, S.N. and J.D. Hamerlinck. 2013. Planning support system-enabled multi-scale energy facility siting. InProceedings, 2013 Association of European Schools of Planning-Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (AESOP-ACSP) Joint Congress, Planning for Resilient Cities and Regions, Dublin, July (online).

Hamerlinck, J.D., S.N. Lieske, and W.J. Gribb. 2013. Understanding Wyoming’s Land Resources: Land-Use Patterns and Development Trends, Ruckelshaus Institute publication series on local government land-use planning in Wyoming, CES Publication B-1244. University of Wyoming Ruckelshaus Institute: Laramie, WY. 16 pp.

 

Paddington Hodza

Hodza, P., 2013. Appreciative GIS and strength-based community change. Transactions in GIS, DOI: 10.1111/tgis.12046

Vogt, B. and Hodza, P., 2013. Using 'Digital Earth' to expose students to GIScience, Journal of Geography, 112, 1-9

           

Carl Legleiter

Legleiter, C.J., and Marston, R.A. 2013. Introduction to the special issue: The field tradition in geomorphology. Geomorphology, 200: 1-8.

Kinzel, P.J., Legleiter, C.J., and Nelson, J.M. 2013. Mapping river bathymetry with a small footprint green LiDAR: Applications and challenges. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 49(1): 183-204.

Legleiter, C.J. 2013. Mapping river depth from publicly available aerial images. River Research and Applications, 29(6): 760-780.

David, G.C.L., Legleiter, C.J., Wohl, E. and Yochum, S.E. 2013. Characterizing spatial variability in velocity and turbulence intensity using 3D acoustic Doppler velocimeter data in a plane-bed reach of East St. Louis Creek, Colorado, USA.Geomorphology, 183: 28-44.

 

Tom Minckley

Minckley, T.A., D.S. Turner, S.R. Weinstein, 2013. The relevance of wetland conservation in arid regions: A reexamination of vanishing communities in the American Southwest. Journal of Arid Environments 88, 213-221.

Minckley, T.A., A. Brunelle, D. Turner. 2013. A paleoenvironmental framework for understanding the development, stability and state-changes of ciénegas in the American Deserts. In: G.J. Gottfried, P.F. Ffolliott, B.S. Gebow, L.G. Eskew, L.C. Collins (comps.). Merging science and management in a rapidly changing world: Biodiversity and management of the Madrean Archipelago III; 2012 May 1-5; Tucson, AZ. Proceedings. RMRS-P-67. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, pp. 77-83.

Carter V., A. Brunelle, T.A. Minckley, P.E. Dennison, M.J Power, 2013. Regionalization of fire regimes in the Central Rocky Mountains, USA. Quaternary Research 80, 406-416

Shriver, R.K., T.A. Minckley, 2013. Corrigendum to "Late-Holocene response of limber pine (Pinus flexilis) forests to fire disturbance in the Pine Forest Range, Nevada, USA" Quaternary Research 79, 309.

Brunelle, A., T.A. Minckley, E. Lips, P. Burnett, 2013. A record of late-glacial/Holocene environmental change from a high-elevation site in the Intermountain West, USA. Journal of Quaternary Science 28, 103-112.

 

Steve Prager

Nyerges, T., Roderick, M., Prager, S.D., Bennett, D., and Lam, N., 2013, “Foundations of Sustainability Information Representation Theory: Spatial-Temporal Dynamics of Sustainable Systems,” International Journal of Geographical Information Science.

Pinter-Wollman, N., Hobson, E, Smith, J., Edelman, A., Shizuka, D., Waters, J., de Silva, S., Prager, S., Sasaki, T., Wittemyer, G., Fewell, J., and McDonald, D., 2013 “The dynamics of animal social networks: analytical, conceptual, and theoretical advances,” Online First - Behavioral Ecology.

Wiegand, R.P. and Prager, S.D., 2013, “Simple methods for reasoning about behavior patterns on graphs given sparse observations,” GEOProcessing 2013, The Fifth International Conference on Advanced Geographic Information Systems, Applications, and Services, Nice, France.

 

JJ Shinker 

Mock, C.J., and Shinker, J.J., 2013, Modern analog approaches in paleoclimatology: In: Elias S.A. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Quaternary Science, v. 3, p. 102-112. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

 

Jerry Webster

Webster, G.R. 2013. “Reflections on Current Criteria to Evaluate Redistricting Plans,” Political Geography Plenary Lecture 2012, Political Geography, 32: 3-14.

Webster, G.R. 2013. “Normative Goals and Demographic Realities,” Political Geography, 32: 21-22.

           

Work Accepted and Forthcoming

Shannon Albeke

Jones, J.D., M.J. Kauffman, K.L. Monteith, B.M. Scurlock, S.E. Albeke and P.C. Cross. In Press. Supplemental feeding alters migration of a temperate ungulate. Ecological Applications.

Crawford, B.A., J.C. Maerz, N.P. Nibbelink, K.A. Buhlmann, T.M. Norton and S.E. Albeke. In Press. Hot spots and hot moments of Diamondback Terrapin road-crossing activity. Journal of Applied Ecology.

 

Carl Legleiter

Fernandez-Diaz, J.C., Glennie, C.L., Carter, W.E., Shrestha, R.L, Sartori, M.P., Singhania, A.,

Legleiter,C.J., and Overstreet, B.T. In press. Early Results from a simultaneous Airborne Terrain and Shallow Water Bathymetry Mapping LiDAR Sensor. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing. doi: 10.1109/jstars.2013.2265255.

Legleiter, C.J., and Overstreet, B.T. In press. Retrieving river attributes from remotely sensed data: an experimental evaluation based on field spectroscopy at the Outdoor Stream Lab.  River Research and Applications. doi: 10.1002/rra.2674.

 

Steve Prager

Prager, S.D., and Wiegand, R.P., In press. “Modeling use of space from social media data using a biased random walker,”Transactions in GIS.

 

JJ Shinker

Shuman, B.N., Carter, G., Hougardy, D., Powers, K., and Shinker, J.J., In press. A north-south moisture dipole at millennial scales in the central and southern Rocky Mountains during the late-Holocene. Rocky Mountain Geology.

Shinker, J.J., 2014. Climatic controls of hydrologic extremes in South-Central Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Rocky Mountain Geology, v. 49, no. 1, p. 49–58.


Jerry Webster

Leib, J.I. and Webster, G.R. 2014. “’Lest We Forget’: John Winberry and the Study of Confederate Monuments on the Southern Landscape.”  Southeastern Geographer. September.

Archer, J.C., Watrel, R.D., Davidson, F., Fouberg, E.H., Martis, K.C., Morrill, R.L., Shelley, F.M. and Webster, G.R.  2014,  Atlas of the 2012 Elections, Rowman and Littlefield.  Authored or co-authored segments on “the Campaign,” “Geographic Place Name Use in the 2012 Presidential Debates” (with Matt Balentine and Justin Frazier), “Newspaper Endorsements” (with Edward Heath Robinson), “Ballot Access” (with Edward Heath Robinson), and “The Bible Belt” (with Daniel A. McGowin). 

Webster, G.R., Watrel, R., Archer, J.C. and Brunn, S.D.  2014. “Bible Belt Membership Patterns, Correlates and Landscapes,” in Stanley D. Brunn, Ed., The Changing World Religious Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics,New York: Springer. 

McGowin, Daniel and Webster, Gerald R.  2014, “The Geography of Religious Freedom,” in Stanley D. Brunn, Ed., The Changing World Religious Map: Sacred Places, Identities, Practices and Politics, New York: Springer.

 

Papers Presented

Shannon Albeke

Albeke, S.E., A.D. Middleton and J.D. Jones. 2013. Ecoinformatics: facilitating ecological science and research collaboration. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources Seminar Series, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, October 31.

Albeke, S.E., A.D. Middleton, J.D. Jones and T.B. Wyckoff. 2013. A day in the life of an Ecoinformaticist. Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center Geospatial Forum, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming, October 4.

Wyckoff, T.B., M.J. Kauffman, H. Sawyer, S.E. Albeke. 2013. Evaluating the Influence of Development on Mule Deer Migrations. The Wildlife Society Wyoming Chapter Annual Meeting, Rock Springs, Wyoming, October 29-31.

Rudd, B. and S.E. Albeke. 2013. An ungulate migration database and online viewer: a tool for understanding and conserving Wyoming’s ungulate migrations. The Wildlife Society Wyoming Chapter Annual Meeting, Rock Springs, Wyoming, October 29-31.

Wyckoff, T.B., M.J. Kauffman, H. Sawyer, S.E. Albeke. 2013. Evaluating the Influence of Development on Mule Deer Migrations. U.S. Geological Survey, Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit and Wyoming Game and Fish Department Annual Meeting, Cheyenne, Wyoming, October 23. 

Albeke, S.E. 2013. The Use of Geomorphometrics and Gradient Analyses to Predict Potential Habitat for Rare Endemic Plants. 2013 Geospatial Conference of the West, Laramie, Wyoming, September 16-19.

Wyckoff, T. B., M. J. Kauffman, H. Sawyer, S. E. Albeke. 2013. Evaluating the Influence of Development on Mule Deer Migrations. 2013 Geospatial Conference of the West, Laramie, Wyoming, September 16-19.

Wyckoff, T. B., B. J. Writer and S. E. Albeke. 2013. Wyoming Biodiversity Citizen Science Initiative (WyoBio): Developing a Citizen Science Application for Wyoming. 2013 Geospatial Conference of the West, Laramie, Wyoming, September 16-19.

Jones, J.D., M.J. Kauffman, K.L. Monteith, B. Scurlock, S.E. Albeke, P.C. Cross. 2013. Influence of winter feeding on migration strategies of elk. 2013 Western States and Provinces 10th Biennial Deer and Elk Workshop, Missoula, Montana, May 6-9. 

Albeke, S.E., B.E. May, B.J. Writer and S. Gunckel. 2013. The Building of the Redband Database: It Wasn’t Done in a Day. Western Division – American Fisheries Society, Boise, Idaho, April 17.

Muhlfeld, C.C., Albeke, S.E., B.J. Writer, S. Gunckel, B.B. Shepard and B.E. May. 2013. Status and Conservation of Resident Redband Trout within the Western United States. Western Division – American Fisheries Society, Boise, Idaho, April 17.

Rashford, B.S., S.E. Albeke and D.J. Lewis. 2013. Modeling Grassland Conversion: Challenges of Using Satellite Imagery Data.  Department Agricultural and Applied Economics, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, February 8.

Perkins, D.G., S.E. Albeke, P.L. Polzer, S.G. Lanning, and T.B. Wyckoff. 2013. Standardizing Spatial Animal Movement Data: Leveraging Spatial SQL Data Types, Functions and Software Interoperability. 2013 AAG Great Plains/Rocky Mountain Division Regional Meeting, University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, Nebraska, October 10-12.

Perkins, D.G., S.E. Albeke, P.L. Polzer, S.G. Lanning, and T.B. Wyckoff. 2013. Standardizing Spatial Animal Movement Data: Leveraging Spatial SQL Data Types, Functions and Software Interoperability. 2013 Geospatial Conference of the West, Laramie, Wyoming, September 16-19.

Polzer, P.L., S.G. Lanning, S.E. Albeke, T.B. Wyckoff, and Perkins, D.G. 2013. Wildlife Migration Data Viewer: Developing a Web-Application with Multi-Tiered Functionality and Tool Access. 2013 Geospatial Conference of the West, Laramie, Wyoming, September 16-19.

 

Bill Gribb

Gribb, W2013. “3-D Land Use and Downtown Parking:  Creating Demand Index,” paper presented, GIS in the Rockies, URISA, Denver, CO, October.

Gribb, W. 2013. “Spatial Ecology of Beavers (Castor canadensis) in Grand Teton National Park,” invited paper, UW-Geography Series, Laramie, WY, March.

 

Jeff Hamerlinck

Hamerlinck, J.D. 2013. Case Study Analysis of Planning Support System Implementation in Local Comprehensive Planning.CUPUM 2013 – 13th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management. Utrecht, Netherlands, July 4.

Hamerlinck, J.D. and M. Terner. 2013. The Western Governors’ Crucial Habitat Assessment Tool: Mapping Fish & Wildlife Across the West. National State Geographic Information Council Annual Conference. Kansas City, MO, October 28.

 

Paddington Hodza

Hodza, P. 2013. Africa's problems begone!: An Appreciative GIS concept to celebrate and expand what is worki ng well, Joint Africa GIS and Global Geospatial Conference, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia November 4-8.

Hodza, P. 2013.  Seminar on Appreciative GIS, University of Zimbabwe, Harare, Zimbabwe, November 14.

Hodza, P. 2013. GIS 3.0 and the community: Beyond problem-solving, 5th Annual Colorado GIS in Higher Education Summit, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Colorado, March 23.

Hodza, P. 2013. Experiential GIS and (the return to) knowledge construction in geography. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, April 9-14.

Hodza, P. 2013. GIS and public planning, Public Sector Technology Course, School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, February 12.

 

Carl Legleiter

Legleiter, C. et al., 2013. Greenland Ice Sheet supraglacial stream morphology and dynamics , Fourth of nine authors, Fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.

Legleiter, C. et al., 2013. Supraglacial meltwater runoff from the Greenland ice sheet, Fifth of twelve authors, Fall meeting of the American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.

Legleiter, C. 2013. Mapping supraglacial streams and lakes on the Greenland Ice Sheet via field measurements and satellite images, University of Wyoming Department of Geography “All Things Geography” Seminar Series, Laramie, WY.

 

Tom Minckley

Brunelle, A., T. Minckley, J. Delgadillo. 2013. Using sedimentary records to inform causes of woody plant encroachment in southwestern US desert grasslands. PACLIM, Pacific Grove, CA.

Carter, V.A, A. Brunelle, T. Minckley. 2013. Regionalization of fire regimes across the Rocky Mountains, USA. 125thGeological Society of America, Denver, CO.

Carter, V.A, A. Brunelle, T.A. Minckley, P Dennison. 2013. Holocene variability of a climatic boundary in the Intermountain West.  PACLIM, Pacific Grove, CA.

Eads, J., M.J. Valente, S.P. Horn, T.A. Minckley. 2013. A high-resolution record of latest Holocene marsh fires from Cuatro Ciénegas, Mexico. 109th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Los Angeles, CA

Edwards, C., D. Lindsay, T. Minckley, R. Lance. 2013. Use of DNA metabarcoding to quantify the diversity of plant species utilized by a pollinator. Botany 2013, New Orleans, LA

Kornfeld, M., T. Minckley, J. Finley, C. Mackenzie, E. Lightner, M. Clementz M.L. Larson. 2013. Fire and Ice: Paleoclimatic history of Last Canyon Cave. The 18th Symposium of Suyanggae and Her Neighbors, Yinchuan, Ningxia, China

Minckley T.A., M.J. Valente, S.P Horn. 2013. Vegetation Change in the Chihuahuan Desert during the Younger Dryas Chronozone. 109th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Los Angeles, CA

Shuman, B.N., W.J. Calder, J.P Marsicek, T.A. Minckley. 2013. The role of disturbances in mediating ecosystem responses to climate changes: Lessons from a diversity of landscapes.  Abstracts for the Ecological Society of America, 98th Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, MN

Valente, M.J., S.P Horn, T.A. Minckley. 2013. Stratigraphic evidence of hydrological variability in Mexico's Cuatro Cienegas Basin since the Late Pleistocene. 109th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Los Angeles, CA

 

Steve Prager

Prager, S.D., 2013. “Geospatial STEM,” Closing Plenary Panel, Invited Panelist, Geospatial Conference of the West, Laramie, WY.

Prager, S.D., 2013. “Social Media for Disaster Response,” Invited Researcher, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and Department of Homeland Security, Fort Belvoir, VA.

Prager, S.D., 2013. “CyberGIS and Sustainability Sciences - Making Connections,” Panelist, AAG Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA.

Prager, S.D., 2013. “A Meta-analysis of Three Studies in the Context of Sustainability Information Science,” Presenter, AAG Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA.

 

Jacqueline Shinker

Shinker, J. 2013. “Writing and Publishing Dos and Don'ts”, Geography Faculty Development Alliance (GFDA): Workshop for Early Career Faculty, University of Colorado-Boulder and Association of American Geographers, Boulder, CO. Invited Co-Presenter, June 17 & 18.

Shinker, J. 2013. “Managing Expectations: Advising Undergraduate and Graduate Students”, Geography Faculty Development Alliance (GFDA): Workshop for Early Career Faculty, University of Colorado-Boulder and Association of American Geographers, Boulder, CO. Invited Presenter, June 18.

Shinker, J. 2013. “Assessment and Grading”, Geography Faculty Development Alliance (GFDA): Workshop for Early Career Faculty, University of Colorado-Boulder and Association of American Geographers, Boulder, CO. Invited Co-Presenter, June 19..

Shinker, J. 2013. “Alignment in designing field/lab experiences”, Geography Faculty Development Alliance (GFDA): Workshop for Early Career Faculty, University of Colorado-Boulder and Association of American Geographers, Boulder, CO. Invited Co-Presenter, June 20.

Shinker, J. 2013. “Perfecting your job application”, Geography Faculty Development Alliance (GFDA): Workshop for Early Career Faculty, University of Colorado-Boulder and Association of American Geographers, Boulder, CO. Invited Co-Presenter, June 20.

Shinker, J. 2013. “Managing your message: Communicating to get what you want”, Geography Faculty Development Alliance (GFDA): Workshop for Early Career Faculty, University of Colorado-Boulder and Association of American Geographers, Boulder, CO. Invited Presenter, June 21.

Shinker, J. 2013. “Using Your Campus as a Laboratory: Designing Inexpensive Experiential Learning Opportunities”, Geography Faculty Development Alliance (GFDA): Workshop for Early Career Faculty, University of Colorado-Boulder and Association of American Geographers, Boulder, CO. Invited Presenter, June 21.

Shinker, J. 2013. “Western U.S. Climate Variability and its Impacts on Water Resources”, Natural Science and Mathematics Marisco Visiting Scholars Program, Denver University, Denver, CO. Invited Visiting Scholar Jan. 28-Feb. 1.

 

Jerry Webster

Leib, J. and Webster, G.R.  2013. “’Lest We Forget’: John Winberry and the Study of Confederate Monuments on the Southern Landscape,” Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Roanoke, VA, November.

Ballentine, M., Frazier, J. and Webster, G. R. 2013. “Here or There: Looking at the Usage of Foreign and Domestic Place Names in Presidential Debates, 1976-2012,” Great Plains-Rocky Mountain Division of the Association of American Geographers, Omaha, NE, October.

Engstrom, R.L., McCool, D.C., Chapa, J. and Webster, G.R.  2013. “Social Science Expert Witness Testimony in Voting Rights Cases,” International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic, July.

Balentine, M., Frazier, J. and Webster, G.R. 2013. “The Use of Geographic Place Names in Presidential Election Debates, 1976-2012," Association of American Geographers, Los Angeles, CA, April.

 

Contracts and Grants

Shannon Albeke—1 grant as PI, $17,318; 6 grants as Co-PI, $630,907.

Bill Gribb—1 grant as PI, $77,721; 1 grant as Co-PI, $5,000.

Jeff Hamerlinck—4 grants as PI, $535,523; 6 grants as Co-PI, $1,716,588.

Paddington Hodza—1 grant as PI, $100,000; 1 grant as Co-PI, $300,000.

Carl Legleiter—4 grants as PI, $1,177,952; 3 grants as Co-PI, $20,121,329.

Thomas Minckley—2 grants as PI, $44,493; 3 grants as Co-PI, $851,719.

Steve Prager—1 grant as PI, $737,000; 1 grant as Co-PI, $7,200.

Jacqueline Shinker—1 grant as Co-PI, $186,403.

Jerry Webster—1 grant as Co-PI, $52,000.

 

Honors and Awards

JJ Shinker, Going the Extra Mile Award, UW Disability Services.

Jerry Webster, Political Geography Best Manuscript Reviewer for 2013, Elsevier Publishers and Political Geography.

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