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Shawn Lanning|WyGISC

Shawn Lanning

Shawn G. LanningResearch Scientist
Data Manager 

Office: Room 323, Agriculture C
Phone: (307) 766-6281 (desk), or 766-2532 (WyGISC Office)
FAX: (307) 766-2744
Email: sgl55@uwyo.edu

 

EDUCATION

2005 MA, Geography, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.
2003 BS, Geography, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY.
2000 AA, Education, Western Wyoming Community College, Rock Springs, WY.

REASEARCH INTERESTS

  • Use of geospatial technologies for natural resource management
  • Integration of multi-platform geospatial data and development/use of spatial modeling tools to support natural resource management decisions
  • Teaching, training, and support of geospatial data collection and implementation software and tools.

 

 CURRENT PROJECTS

  • Federal Geographic Data Committee Future Directions: Framework Data Content Standards training material development
  • Wyoming Travel and Tourism geospatial database development and support
  • SAREC: Wyoming Agriculture Experiment Station geospatial database development
  • WyGISC geospatial data collection device manager
  • Wildlife Cooperative Unit GIS support

 

PAST PROJECTS

  • USDA Forest Service Region 2 Aquatic Ecosystem Assessment
  • Wyoming State Forest Stewardship Suitability Modeling
  • Wyoming Tourism Geospatial Database Development
  • FEMA Map Modernization Coordinator
  • AltaGas & GE Wind Farm Siting Assessment

 

PUBLISHED WORKS

Non-Refereed Proceedings/Transactions:

Lanning, S.G., J.D. Hamerlinck, M.E. Berendsen, B.J. Botello, S.D. Prager, and S. Shin, 2005-2010, Framework Data Content Standard Training Materials, Online Content, FGDC Website: <http://www.fgdc.gov/training/nsdi-training-program/online-lessons#standards>  (Multiple Training Material Documents).

Lanning, S.G., J.D. Hamerlinck, M.E. Berendsen, and S. Shin, 2010, Supporting Framework Data Content Standards Implementation through Professional Training, Proceedings of ESRI Federal User Conference, July 2010, (Online Agenda).

Lanning, S.G., J.D. Hamerlinck, M.E. Berendsen, and S. Shin, 2010, Supporting Framework Data Content Standards Implementation through Professional Training, Proceedings of ESRI Federal User Conference, February 2010, (Page 43).

Shawn G. Lanning and Teal B. Wyckoff, 2009, Northern Albany County Broadband Siting GIS Analysis, Final Report, Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center, University of Wyoming: Laramie, WY. August 2009, (4 pp.).

Hamerlinck, Jeffrey D. and Shawn G. Lanning, 2007, Introduction to Framework Data: Concepts, Standards, and Applications, Workshop Notebook, URISA Annual Conference, August 2007, (49pp.)

Lanning, Shawn G. and James Arnold. 2007, Forest Stewardship Spatial Analysis Project: Methodology Report for Wyoming, Final Report. Wyoming Geographic Information Science Center, University of Wyoming: Laramie, WY. March 2007, (28pp.).

Lanning, S.G., 2005, Pronghorn Migration Model: Using GIS to Predict Potential Pronghorn Migration within the State of Wyoming, Proceedings of AAG, April 2005 (Page 321).

  

PROFESSIONAL AFFILICATIONS AND ACTIVITIES

  • Association of American Geographers (AAG)
  • Urban and Regional Information Systems Association (URISA)
  • Gamma Theta Upsilon (GTU)

  

PAPERS PRESENTED/SYMPOSIA/INVITED LECTURES/PROFFESSIONAL MEETINGS/WORKSHOPS

2010, Taking ANSI Framework Data Standards from Technical Jargon to Useful Knowledge, URISA GIS-Pro 2010,  Orlando, FL..

2010, Supporting Framework Data Content Standards Implementation through Professional Training, ESRI International User Conference,  San Diego, CA.

2010, Supporting Framework Data Content Standards Implementation through Professional Training, ESRI Federal User Conference,  Washington, D.C.

2009, Wyoming Tourism: From Retro to Forever West, WyGISC Geospatial Forum, Laramie, WY.

2007, Introduction to Framework Data: Concepts, Standards, and Applications, Workshop Notebook, URISA Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.

2007, Modmapper and Map Modernization in Wyoming, Annual Wyoming Homeland Security Conference,  Cheyenne, WY.

2007, Modmapper Application for 3MS Map Modernization, Partners for Mitigation Conference, Denver, CO.

2006-2007, Importance of Map Modernization in Wyoming, Various Locations throughout Wyoming (9 times).

2006, GIS I Class and Lab Lecturer, Various Topics, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY (6 Times).

2005, Pronghorn Migration Model (SPEEDGOAT): Using GIS to Predict Potential Pronghorn Migration within the State of Wyoming, WyGISC Geospatial Forum, Laramie, WY.

2005, Pronghorn Migration Model (SPEEDGOAT): Using GIS to Predict Potential Pronghorn Migration within the State of Wyoming, Annual AAG Conference, Denver, CO.

2005, Pronghorn Migration Model: Using GIS to Predict Potential Pronghorn Migration within the State of Wyoming, UCGIS Summer Assembly, Jackson, WY.

2003-2005, GIS I and II Class and Lab Lecturer, Various Topics, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY (Multiple Times).

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Lanning, Shawn, T.B. Wyckoff, J.R. Oakleaf, P. Polzer, 2009. Wyoming Tourism From Retro to Forever West: Incorporating GIS Into the Redesigned Website, International ESRI User Conference. San Diego, CA.

Lanning, Shawn, T.B. Wyckoff, J.R. Oakleaf, P. Polzer, 2008. Wyoming Tourism From Retro to Forever West: Incorporating GIS Into the Redesigned Website, Southwest User Group Conference. Laramie, WY.

Lanning, Shawn G., T.B. Wyckoff, 2007. Forest Stewardship SAP: Spatial Analysis for Effective Management, International ESRI User Conference. San Diego, CA.

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