207 Arts and Sciences Building
1000 E University Ave
Laramie, WY 82071
7:30 am - 4:30 pm M-F
Ph.D., University of Colorado-Boulder, 2011
ABD Geography, University of Colorado-Boulder;
GISP Geographic Information Systems Certification Institute, 2007;
AICP Certificate, American Institute of Certified Planners, 1998
MA, Planning, University of Wyoming, 1992
BS, Geography, University of North Dakota, 1988
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M 3:10-4:45, F 1:10-2:30, or by appointment
Geographic Information Science - spatial data infrastructures, decision support, and geographic visualization Planning/Resource Management - planning support systems, land use, landscape ecological planning, regional planning
GEOG 2150: Map Use & Analysis (3 cr.) GEOG 5885: Seminar - Spatial Decision Support Systems (3 cr.) GEOG 5885 - Readings in Geographic Information Science (1-3 cr.)
Lieski, S.N.; S. Mullen; and J.D. Hamerlinck. (forthcoming)Changing the face of comprehensive planning with planning support systems, in Planning Support Systems: Proven Methodologies and Best Practices, edited by J. Stillwell and S. Geertman (Springer: Berlin).
Hamerlinck, J.D., D. Staley, and D. Winters. 2003. Ecoysystem Delineation and Information Management Framework, Chapter Two, in Winters et al. Conceptual Framework and Protocols for Conducting Broad Scale Aquatic, Riparian and Wetland Ecological Assessments. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Region: Golden, CO: 20-35.
Oakleaf, J.R., J.D. Hamerlinck, and D.A. Rush. 2005.Integrating GIS for Decision Makers in Wyoming through Internet Services, in Proceedings, GeoTec Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, February 2005. (CD-ROM)
Hamerlinck, J.D. 2008. Framework data, in Encyclopedia of Geographic Information Science, K.K. Kemp, editor. SAGE Publications: Thousand Oaks, CA: 151-154
Lieske, S.N. and J.D. Hamerlinck. 2008. Modeling downtown parking requirements with planning support systems in Sheridan, Wyoming, The Western Planner, 29 (3): 4-7.
Shang, Z. and J.D. Hamerlinck. 2007. Using statistics and spatial data mining to study land cover in Wyoming: Can we predict vegetation types from environmental variables?in ICDM Workshop Proceedings, Seventh IEEE International Conference on Data Mining held in Omaha, NE, October 2007, edited by Anthony K.H. Tung and Qium Zhu. Los Alamitos, California: IEEE Computer Society Press: 661-667.
Berelson, W.L., P.A. Caffrey, and J.D. Hamerlinck. 2004.Mapping hydrologic units for the National Watershed Boundary Dataset, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 40(5): 1231-1246.
Hamerlinck, J.D., D.G. Hulme, S.N. Lieske, and M. Randolph. 2004. The Wyoming CommunityViz TM Partnership,Reflections - a publication of the University of Wyoming Agricultural Experiment Station: 28-30.
Berendsen, M.E., J.D. Hamerlinck and L. Wayne. 2003.Framework and strategies for integrating metadata concepts with geographic informaiton science curricula,Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, 15(1): 37-46.
Hoobler, B.M., G.F. Vance, J.D. Hamerlinck, L.C. Munn, and J.A. Hayward (2003). Applications of land evaluation and site assessment (LESA) and a geographic information system in East Park county, Wyoming, Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 58(2): 105-112.