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Work Published in 2010

Shannon Albeke

Albeke, S.E., N. P. Nibbelink, L. Mu and D. J. Ellsworth. 2010.  “Measuring boundary convexity at multiple spatial scales using a linear ‘moving window’ analysis:  an application to coastal river otter habitat selection,” Landscape Ecology 25(10): 1575-1587.

 

Bill Baker

Williams, M. A. and W. L. Baker. 2010. Bias and error in using survey records for ponderosa pine landscape restoration. Journal of Biogeography 37:707-721.



Yi-Ling Chen

Yi-Ling Chen and William Li. 2010. “Neoliberalisation, State and Housing Market: Transformation of Housing Policies in Taiwan.” Journal of Geographical Science. 59: 105-131 (In Chinese).
    
Yi-Ling Chen. 2010. “Identity politics and cultural-led regeneration in Hualien City, Taiwan.” 2010 AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning) conference proceeding. AOSEP Digital Proceeding.
    
Yi-Ling Chen. 2010.11.16. “Will Social Housing become Another Taiwan’s Miracle?” In China Times. (in Chinese)



Bill Gribb

Gribb, W. 2010. “Land Alienation of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Ojibwe,” in Victims of a Map? Cartography in Indian Affairs, eds. D. Cole and I. Sutton, Smithsonian Press.

Gribb, W. 2010.  “The Use of GIS to Analyze the Native American Tribal Information from the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery,” in Victims of a Map? Cartography in Indian Affairs, eds. D. Cole and I. Sutton, Smithsonian Press.

Gribb, W. 2010, “Urban Geography and Planning,” in Encyclopedia of Geography, ed., B. Warf, Sage Press.

Gribb, W., 2010, “National Park Service Follows the Modern Lewis and Clark Trail” ArcNews 32(3): p. 30.

Gribb, W. and S. Lieske, 2010, Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail: Inventory and Assessment, Final Report, National Park Service, pp. 100.

Gribb, W. and S. Lieske, 2010, Description of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail Auto-Route, Final Report, National Park Service, pp. 77.

Gribb, W., 2010, City of Laramie, WY, Land Use Inventory and Sustainability Index, City of Laramie, WY, pp. 159.

Gribb, W., 2010, Albany County, WY Trail Network, Albany County, WY, pp. 68.



Jeff Hamerlinck
            
Hamerlinck, Jeffrey D., Wyckoff, Teal B., Oakleaf, James R., Polzer, Philip L.  “Cyberinfrastructure for Collaborative Geological Carbon Sequestration Research: A Conceptual Model,”  Rocky Mountain Geology. Volume 45:163-180.

Hamerlinck, J.D. 2010. GIS in land use management, In: Encyclopedia of Geography, B. Warf, editor. SAGE Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA: : 1302-1305.



Carl Legleiter

Legleiter, C.J. 2010. “Remote measurements of river channel depth,” Yellowstone Science.  18(3): 6.



Jim Oakleaf

Hamerlinck, Jeffrey D., Wyckoff, Teal B., Oakleaf, James R., Polzer, Philip L.  “Cyberinfrastructure for Collaborative Geological Carbon Sequestration Research: A Conceptual Model,”  Rocky Mountain Geology. Volume 45:163-180.



Steve Prager

Baker, T.J., Miller, S.N., Prager, S.D., Legg, D., 2010, “Effects of data aggregation on understanding the impact of human population density on ecological services,” for Journal of Land Use Science, 5(4):237-257. 

Reiners, W.A. and Prager, S.D. 2010. “Understanding systems on the cusp,” Book Review, Ecology. 



Jacqueline Shinker

Shinker, J. J., Shuman, B. N., Minckley, T. A., and Henderson, A. K.*, 2010.  “Climatic Shifts in the Availability of Contested Waters: A Long-term Perspective from the Headwaters of the North Platte River,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers (Special Issue on Climate Change), 100 (4), 866-879. * Student Author

Shinker, J. J., 2010. “Visualizing spatial heterogeneity of Western United States Climate Variability.” Earth Interactions, 14 (10), 1-15, DOI: 10.1175/2010EI323.1. 

Shuman, B., Pribyl, P.*, Minckley, T. A., and Shinker, J. J., 2010. “Rapid hydrologic shifts and prolonged droughts in Rocky Mountain headwaters during the Holocene,” Geophysical Research Letters, DOI:10.1029/2009GL042196. * Student Author

Shinker, J. J. and P. J. Bartlein, 2010. “Spatial variations of effective moisture in the Western United States.” Geophysical Research Letters, DOI: 10.1029/2009GL041387. 



Jerry Webster

Webster, G.R. and Quinton, N.  2010. “The Electoral Geographies of Two Segregationist (Jim Crow) Referenda,” Political Geography, 29(7): 14-24.

Webster, G.R., Chapman, T., and Leib, J.I. 2010. “Sustaining the ‘Societal and Scriptural Fence”: Cultural, Social and Political Topographies of Same Sex Marriage in Alabama,” The Professional Geographer, 62(2): 211-229.

Webster, G.R. and Luna Garcia, A. 2010.  “National Identity: Case Study: How is Nationalism Symbolized: Focus Europe.” In M. Solem, P. Klein, O. Munoz-Solari and W. Ray, Eds.   Association of American Geographers Center for Global Geography Education, http://globalgeography.aag.org/main.html.

 

Work Accepted and Forthcoming

Bill Baker

Williams, M. A. and W. L. Baker. In Press. “Testing the accuracy of new methods for reconstructing historical structure of forest landscapes using GLO survey data,” Ecological Monographs

Baker, W.L. In Press. “Pre-EuroAmerican and recent fire in sagebrush ecosystems,” Studies in Avian Biology.

Connelly, J.W., C.E. Braun, S.T. Knick, W.L. Baker, E.A. Beever, T.J. Christiansen, K.E. Doherty, E.O. Garton. S.E. Hanser, D.H. Johnson, M. Leu, R.F. Miller, D.E. Naugle, S.J. Oyler-McCance, D.A. Pyke, K.P. Reese, M.A. Schroeder, S.J. Stiver, B.L. Walker, and M.J. Wisdom.  In Press. “Conservation of Greater sage-grouse: a synthesis of current trends and future management,” Studies in Avian Biology.

 

Yi-Ling Chen

Chen, Yi-Ling and William Li. In Press. “Neo-liberalism, the Developmental State and Housing Policy in Taiwan,” in Bae-Gyoon Park, Asato Saito, and Richard Child Hill (eds.), Locating Neoliberalism in East Asia: Neoliberalizing Spaces in Developmental States. Studies in Urban and Social Change Series, Blackwell Publishing.

Bih, Herng-Dar and Yi-Ling Chen. In Press. “Neoliberalization and the Invisibility of Women’s Housing Problems in Taiwan,” pp. 152-170 in Patricia Kennett and Kam Wah Chan (eds). Women and Housing: An international Analysis. London & New York: Routledge.

 

Carl Legleiter

Harrison, L.R., Legleiter, C.J., Wydzga, A., and Dunne, T. In press. "Channel dynamics and habitat development in a meandering, gravel-bed river," Water Resources Research.

Legleiter, C.J., Kyriakidis, P.C., McDonald, R.R., and Nelson, J.M. In Press. “Effects of uncertain topographic input data on two-dimensional flow modeling in a gravel- bed river,” Water Resources Research. 

Legleiter, C.J., and Fonstad, M.A.  In Press.  “An introduction to the physical basis for deriving river information from remotely sensed data,” In Remote Sensing of Rivers: Management and Applications, Carbonneau, P.C., and Piegay, H., eds.

Legleiter, C.J., Harrison, L.R., and Dunne, T. 2011. “Effect of point bar development on the local force balance governing flow in a simple, meandering gravel-bed river,” Journal of Geophysical Research — Earth Surface, 116(F01005): doi: 10.1029/2010jf001838.



Steve Prager

Prager, S.D., and Barber, J.J. In Press. “Using derived information to inform estimation of true position from uncertain data,” International Journal of Geographical Information Science.

Prager, S.D. In Press. “Using the GIS&T Body of Knowledge for curriculum design: Different design for different contexts,” in Teaching Geographic Information Science and Technology in Higher Education, (David Unwin, Nick Tate, Ken Foote and David DiBiase, Eds.), Wiley.



Jerry Webster

Webster, G.R. In Press. “American Nationalism and the Invasion of Iraq,” Geographical Review.

Webster, G.R. and Leib, J.I.  In Press. “Race, Religion and the Southern Debate Over the Confederate Battle Flag,” in N. Wadsworth and R. Jacobson, editors, Faith and Race in American Political Life, University of Virginia Press. 

Webster, G.R. and Leib, J.I. In Press. “Living on the Grid: The U.S. Rectangular Public Land Survey System and the Engineering of the American Landscape,” in S.D. Brunn, Earth Engineering, Dordrecht, Netherlands, Kluwer Academic.

Brunn, S.D., Webster, G.R., Shelley, F., Morrill, R., Lavin, S. and Archer, J.C. In Press. Atlas of the 2008 Elections, Rowman and Littlefield.

 

Papers Presented

Shannon Albeke

Albeke, S.E., D.J. Farrae, K. Pacifici, N.P. Nibbelink and D.L. Peterson. 2010. “Kriging within river networks: an application to shortnose sturgeon movements and habitat quality, Ogeechee River, Georgia,” WyGISC Geospatial Forum. University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming.

Albeke, S.E., B.E. May and R. Knox. 2010. “Consolidation of the Inland Cutthroat Trout Protocol (ICP) databases: where we’ve been and where we’re going,”Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Albeke, S.E., N.P. Nibbelink, L. Mu, and D.J. Ellsworth. 2010. “Measuring boundary convexity at multiple spatial scales using a linear “moving window” analysis:  an application to coastal river otter habitat selection,”  25th Annual Symposium of the US Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, Athens, Georgia.

 

Bill Baker

Baker, W. L. and M. A. Williams. 2010. “Reconstruction of historical structure of ponderosa pine landscapes shows their heterogeneity.” 2010 US-IALE Twenty-fifth Anniversary Symposium. Athens, Georgia, April.

Baker, W. L. 2010. “Historical sagebrush fire regimes, recent fire, and implications for sagebrush management.” Invited Talk, Society for Range Management, 2010 Idaho Section Annual Symposium and Winter Meeting. Idaho Falls, Idaho, November.

 

Yi-Ling Chen

Chen, Yi-Ling. “The production of new urban space: urban development strategies of Hualien City in Taiwan,” Invited Talk, France-Taiwan Bilateral Conference on Globalization and Urban Dynamics in Asia: Taiwanese and French Perspectives. National Taiwan University. Taipei. December 10-12, 2010.

Chen, Yi-Ling. “Discrimination on the Poor People in Public Housing Policies of Taiwan,” Invited Talk, Social Housing Forum, organized by Taiwan--A Radical Quarterly in Social Studies and Social Housing Coalition. Taipei. November 14, 2010.   

Chen, Yi-Ling. “Identity Politics and Culture-Led Urban Regeneration in Hualien City, Taiwan,” 24th AESOP (Association of European Schools of Planning) Annual Conference-- Space is Luxury. Aalto University, Finland. July 7-10, 2010.

Chen, Yi-Ling. “Neoliberalisation, State and Housing Market: Transformation of Housing Policies in Taiwan,” Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers. Washington DC. April 14-18, 2010.

Chen, Yi-Ling. “Home, House, and Women.” Invited Talk, Department of Geography, National Taiwan University. Taipei. March 23, 2010.

 

Bill Gribb

Gribb, W., 2010, “3-D Land Use: What is Happening on the 2nd Floor?,” American Planning Association, New Orleans, LA, April.

Gribb, W., 2010, “Geography and Planning: A Mix of Disciplines for Applied Experiential Education,” Association of American Geographers, National Meeting, Washington, DC, April.

Gribb, W., 2010, “Downtown Development: City of Laramie, WY,” Wyoming Planning Association, Annual Meeting, Jackson, WY, October.

Gribb, W., 2010, “Energy Development Impact on Local Communities,” Session Organizer and Panel Moderator, Wyoming Planning Association, Annual Meeting, Jackson, WY, October.

Gribb, W., 2010, “Wildlife and Livestock: A Conflict on the Arapaho Ranch, WY,” Applied Geography Conference, National Meeting, Ft. Worth, TX, October.

 

Jeff Hamerlinck

Hamerlinck, J.D. 2010. Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center: A geospatial smorgasbord before lunch! Talk presented at the Annual Meeting of the Wyoming Water Association on October 27, 2010. Laramie, WY. (invited)

Hamerlinck, J.D. and B.P. Buttenfield. 2010. Evaluating Planning Support Technology

Implementation in Local Government Planning Talk presented at the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning Annual Conference on October 7, 2010. Minneapolis, MN.

Hamerlinck, J.D. and J.R. Oakleaf. 2010. Accessing Geospatial Data and Applications for Teaching and Learning. Talk presented at the E-volution: Innovations in Learning Environments University of Wyoming Technology Forum 2010 on September 30, 2010. Laramie, WY. (invited)

Hamerlinck, J.D. 2010. Implementing Planning Support Tools:Trends & Best Practices for Adoption & Use. Webinar presented for the American Planning Association PDO Webinar Series on May 14, 2011. Sponsored by the APA Technology Division. (invited)

Hamerlinck, J.D. 2010. Spatial Decision Support Systems. Guest lecture presented in REM 4580: Rangeland Restoration Ecology on April 26, 2010. (invited)

Hamerlinck, J.D., 2010 “Consilience Among the Social Sciences in the Face of Global Climate Change,” The Rocky Mountain Series on Social Science and Global Change, Invited Researcher, Colorado State University, April 19-20, 2010. Fort Collins, CO.

Hamerlinck, J.D. and B.P. Buttenfield. 2010. Planning Support Systems Implementation

in Rural Local Government Planning. Talk presented at the Association of American Geographers Annual Conference, on April 18, 2010. Washington, DC.

Hamerlinck, J.D., 2010. Geography - What is Where and Why? How Our Geographic Landscape Influences Our Political Landscape and Vice Versa. Guest lecture presented in POLS 4710: Wyoming’s Political Identity on January 19, 2010. (invited)

 

John Patrick Harty

Harty, J.P. 2010, “The Linguistic Landscapes of the Lakota”, Association of American Geographers Great Plains/Rocky Mountain Regional Division Meeting, Lawrence, KS.

Harty, J.P. 2010. “’Lakota’ or ‘Dakota’? The Contested Representations of the Lakota in West River South Dakota”, Association of American Geographers National Meeting, Washington, DC.


Carl Legleiter

Legleiter, C. 2010, “Mapping the bathymetry of a turbid, sand-bed river using ground-based reflectance measurements and hyperspectral image data,” American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, Fall.

Kinzel, P.J., Legleiter, C.J., and Nelson, J.M. 2010. "Processing and evaluation of riverine waveforms acquired by an experimental bathymetric LiDAR," American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, Fall.

Legleiter, C. 2010, “Geostatistical geomorphology: spatial analysis of river channel form and behavior,” Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center Speaker Series, Laramie,WY.

Legleiter, C. 2010, “Co-registration of LiDAR and passive optical image data for remote measurement of river morphology,” New Tools in Process-Based Analysis of Lidar Topographic Data Workshop, Boulder, CO.

Legleiter, C. 2010, “Measurement and mapping of riverine environments via optical remote sensing, Department of Geography and Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center “All Things Geography” Brown Bag Speaker Series, Laramie, WY.

Legleiter, C. 2010, “Effect of point bar development on the local force balance governing flow in a simple, meandering gravel-bed river. Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C.

 

Deb Paulson

Lovato, J., Paulson, D., and Press, M. 2010. Teaching sustainability after sustainability has lost its buzz, Presentation at the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, Oct. 11-12, Denver, CO.

 

Steve Prager

Prager, S.D., 2010. “HC SVNT DRACONES: Adventures in the Digital Terra Pericolosa,” Wyoming in the Earth System (ESS 1000), Invited GIS Day Speaker, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.

Prager, S.D., 2010 “Consilience Among the Social Sciences in the Face of Global Climate Change,” The Rocky Mountain Series on Social Science and Global Change, Invited Researcher, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO.

Prager, S.D., 2010. “HC SVNT DRACONES: Adventures in the Digital Terra Pericolosa,” NGA Geospatial Analyst Seminar, Invited Keynote Address, St. Louis, MO.

Prager, S.D., 2010. “Fostering Collaboration & Virtual Organization: Need, Strategies and Pitfalls,” National Science Foundation TeraGrid sponsored research workshop, Invited Panelist, Washington, DC.

Prager, S.D., Laituri, M., Evangelista, P., 2010. “Cyber-GIS in the Developing World,” position paper for National Science Foundation TeraGrid sponsored research workshop, Washington, DC.

 

Jacqueline Shinker

Shuman, B. N., J.J. Shinker and T. A. Minckley.  2010. “Millennial-scale hydroclimatic variation and prolonged episodes of ephemeral river flow in the Rocky Mountains during the Later-Quaternary,” Geological Society of America, Denver, CO.

Shinker, J. J., B. N. Shuman, T. A. Minckley, and A. K. Henderson. 2010. “Climatic shifts in the availability of contested waters: A long-term perspective from the headwaters of the North Platte River,” Poster presenter, American Quaternary Association, Laramie, WY.

Shinker, J. J., B. N. Shuman, T. A. Minckley, and A. K. Henderson. 2010. “Climatic shifts in the availability of contested waters: A long-term perspective from the headwaters of the North Platte River,” Association of American Geographers,Washington, DC.

Shinker, JJ. 2010, Women in Science Conference, Career Panelist, University of Wyoming, May.

 

Jerry Webster

Webster, G.R., Brunn, S.D., and Archer, J.C. 2010. “The Bible Belt: Shrinking, Relocating and Multiple Buckles,” Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Birmingham, AL, November.

Webster, G.R. 2010. “Teaching About the U.S. Civil Rights Struggle,” Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Birmingham, AL, November.

Webster, G.R. 2010. “Ideas for Strategic Leadership in Challenging Times,” panel presentation, Southeastern Division of the Association of American Geographers, Birmingham, AL, November.  

Webster, G.R. 2010. “Memorializing Controversy: Custer Place Names on the Western Landscape,” Great Plains-Rocky Mountain Division of the Association of American Geographers, Lawrence, KS, October.

Webster, G.R. 2010. “Institutionalizing the Myth” Custer Place Names on the Western Landscape,” Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C., April.

Webster, G.R. 2010. “Promoting Productivity Across All Ranks,” Association of American Geographers, Washington, D.C., April.

Webster, G.R. 2010. “Custer May Have Died For Our Sins But He Didn’t Go Away,” Colloquium, Department of Geography, University of Alabama, March.

 

Jim Oakleaf

Oakleaf, J. 2010. “Suitewater Update,” Water Resources Committee Meeting, Inspiring Community Conservation Convention, Worland, WY, November.

Hamerlinck, J.D. and J.R. Oakleaf. 2010. Accessing Geospatial Data and Applications for Teaching and Learning. Talk presented at the E-volution: Innovations in Learning Environments University of Wyoming Technology Forum 2010 on September 30, 2010. Laramie, WY. (invited)

 

Contracts and Grants 

Shannon Albeke: As PI: 2 grants, $42,750

Bill Baker: As PI:  5 grants, $361,828

Yi-Ling Chen: As PI: 1 grant, $ 30,000, As Co-PI: 1 grant, $58,000

Bill Gribb: As PI: 4 grants, $146,443

Jeff Hamerlinck: As PI: 4 grants, $331,000, As Co-PI: 1 grant, $180,000

Carl Legleiter: As PI: 3 grants, $564,482

Deborah Paulson: As PI: 1 grant, $500, As Co-PI: 1 grant, $1,000 

Steve Prager: As PI: 2 grants, $434,946

Jacqueline Shinker: As PI: 1 grant, $1,000, As Co-PI: 1 grant, $186,403

Jim Oakleaf: As PI: 6 grants, $359,756, As Co-PI: 1 grant, $71,343    

Jerry Webster: As Co-PI:  1 grant, $53,000    


Honors and Awards

Jacqueline Shinker, 2010 College of Arts and Sciences’ Extraordinary Merit in Advising, University of Wyoming.

Shannon Albeke, Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award, Office of Academic Affairs and Provost, University of Georgia.

Barbara Powell, University of Wyoming Outstanding Employee for the Third Quarter, University of Wyoming.

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