Daniel P. Ames

Water Resources Engineering and Geospatial Technologies
Ph.D. Utah State University, 2002
Contact Info - Office: 
242J Clyde Building
(801) 422-3620
dan.ames@byu.edu

www.DanAmes.com

 

Professional Summary

 

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

  1. Hinton, D., Hotchkiss, R., Ames, D.P., Comprehensive and Quality-Controlled Bedload Transport Database. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, Accepted, April 2016.
  2. Snow, A.D., Christensen, S.D., Swain, N.R., Nelson, E.J., Ames, D.P., Jones, N.L., Ding, D., Noman, N., David, C.H., Pappenberger, F., A New High-Resolution National-Scale Ensemble Hydrologic Forecast Model and Dataset. J. of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA). Accepted, January 2016.
  3. Kadlec, J., Miller, A.W., Ames, D.P., Extracting Snow Cover Time Series Data from Open Access Web Mapping Tile Services. J. of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA). Accepted, January 2016. DOI: 10.1111/1752-1688.12387.
  4. Joe, J., Hendrickson, K., Wong, M., Kane, S., Solan, D., Carlisle, J., Koehler, D., Ames, D.P., Beazer, R., 2016. Political Efficacy and Familiarity as Predictors of Attitudes Towards High Voltage Overhead Transmission Lines. Energy Research & Social Science, vol 17, pp127-134.
  5. Ge, M., Wu, P., Zhu, D., Ames, D.P., 2016. Comparison Between Sprinkler Irrigation and Natural Rainfall Based on Droplet DiameterSpanish Journal of Agricultural Research, 14(1), pp. 1-10. DOI: 10.5424/sjar/2016141-8076.
  6. Sadler, J., Ames, D.P., Livingston, S.J., 2016Extending HydroShare to enable hydrologic time series data as social media. J. Hydroinformatics, 18(2), pp. 198-209. DOI: 10.2166/hydro.2015.331.
  7. Sadler, J., Ames, D.P., and Khattar, R., 2016A Recipe for Standards-Based Data Sharing using Open Source Software and Low-Cost ElectronicsJ. Hydroinformatics, 18(2), pp. 185-197. DOI: 10.2166/hydro.2015.092.
  8. Webber, B., Weber, K.T., Clark, P.E., Moffet, C.A., Ames, D.P., Taylor, J.B., Johnson, D.E., Kiel, J.G. 2015. Movements of Domestic Sheep in the Presence of Livestock Guardian Dogs. Sheep & Goat Research Journal, 30, pp. 18-23.
  9. Kadlec, J., StClair, B., Ames, D.P., Gill, R., 2015. WaterML R Package for Managing Ecological Experiment Data on a CUAHSI HydroServer. Ecological Informatics, 28, pp. 19-28 DOI:10.1016/j.ecoinf.2015.05.002. 
  10. Brewer, J., Ames, D.P., D. Solan, D., Lee, R. & Carlisle, J., 2015. Using GIS analytics and social preference data to evaluate utility-scale solar power site suitability. Renewable Energy 81(0):825-836 DOI:10.1016/j.renene.2015.04.017.
  11. ​Kern, E., Hotchkiss, R., and Ames, D.P., 2015Introducing a Low-Head Dam Fatality Database and Internet Information PortalJ. of the American Water Res Assn. DOI: 10.1111/jawr.12289.
  12. Baloch, M., Ames, D. P., Tanik, A., 2015. Hydrological impacts of climate and land use change on Namnam stream in Koycegiz watershed, Turkey. International J. of Environmental Science and Technology. 12:1481-1494. DOI:10.1007/s13762-014-0527-x.
  13. Swain, N. R., Latu, K., Christensen, S. D., Jones, N. L., Nelson, E. J., Ames, D. P., & Williams, G. P. 2015. A review of open source software solutions for developing water resources web applications. Environmental Modelling & Software, 67, 108-117.
  14. Osorio-Murillo, C., Over, M., Savoy, H., Ames, D.P., and Rubin, Y., 2015. Software framework for inverse modeling and uncertainty characterization. Environmental Modelling & Software, Vol. 66, pp. 98-109.
  15. Fan, F., Fleischmann, A.S., Ames, D.P., and Rigo, D., 2015. Large-scale analytical water quality model coupled with GIS for simulation of point sourced pollutant discharges. Environmental Modelling & Software, Vol. 65, pp. 58-71.
  16. Wang, J., Zhu, D., Zhang, L., Ames, D.P., 2015. Economic Analysis Approach for Identifying Optimal Microirrigation Uniformity, ASCE J. of Irrig. Eng., DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)IR.1943-4774.0000863.
  17. Hayden, S., Ames, D., Turner, D., Keene, T., and Andrus, D., 2014. Mobile, Low-Cost, and Large-Scale Immersive Data Visualization Environment for Civil Engineering Applications. ASCE J. Comput. Civ. Eng., 10.1061/(ASCE)CP.1943-5487.0000428 , 05014011.
  18. Yang, P., Ames, D.P., Fonseca, A., Anderson, D., Shrestha, R., and Glenn, N.F., 2014. What is the Effect of LiDAR-Derived DEM Resolution on Large-Scale Watershed Model Results? Environmental Modelling & Software, 58, 48-57.
  19. Anderson, D., Ames, D.P., Yang, P., 2014. Quantitative Methods for Comparing Different Polyline Stream Network Models. Journal of Geographic Information System, 6(2), pp.
  20. Fonseca, A., Ames, D. P., Yang, P., Botelho, C., Boaventura, R., and Vilar, V., 2014. Watershed model parameter estimation and uncertainty in data-limited environments. Environmental Modelling & Software, 51, 84-93.
  21. Conner, L. G., Ames, D. P., and Gill, R. A., 2013. HydroServer Lite as an open source solution for archiving and sharing environmental data for independent university labs. Ecological Informatics, 18, 171-177.
  22. Ames, D.P., Horsburgh, J.S., Cao, Y., Kadlec, J., Whiteaker, T., and Valentine, D., 2012. HydroDesktop: Web Services-Based Software for Hydrologic Data Discovery, Download, Visualization, and Analysis. Environmental Modelling & Software. Vol 37, pp 146-156.
  23. Michaelis, C. and Ames, D.P., Considerations for Implementing OGC WMS and WFS Specifications in a Desktop GIS. 2012. Journal of Geographic Information System, Vol 4 No.2., 161-167. DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2012.42021.
  24. Panda, S.S., Steele, D.D., and Ames, D.P., 2012. Precision Water Management in Corn Using Automated Crop Yield Modeling and Remotely Sensed Data. International Journal of Remote Sensing Application, 1(1), pp 11-21.
  25. Raza, M., Weber, K., Mannel, S., Ames, D.P., Pattillo, R., 2011. Geospatial analysis of tree root damage to sidewalks in southeastern Idaho. URISA Journal 23(1), pp 29-32.
  26. Alexandrov, G.A., Ames, D.P., Bellocchi, G., Bruen, M., Crout, N., Erechtchoukova, M., Hildebrandt, A., Hoffman, F., Jackisch, C., Khaiter, P., Mannina, G., Matsunaga, T., Purucker, S.T., Rivington, M., Samaniego, L., 2011. Technical assessment and evaluation of environmental models and software: Letter to the Editor, Environmental Modelling & Software, 26(3), pp 328-336.
  27. Anderson, D. L. and Ames, D.P., 2011. A method for extracting stream channel flow paths directly from LiDAR point cloud data. Journal of Spatial Hydrology, 11(1), pp 1-17. 
  28. Marchionni, B. and Ames, D.P., 2011. A modular spatial modeling environment for GIS. OSGeo Journal Vol. 8, pp 54-64.
  29. Dunsford, H. and Ames, D.P., 2011, “MapWindow 6.0: an extensible architecture for cartographic symbology.” OSGeo Journal Vol 8, pp 31-36.
  30. Kantabutra, V., Owens, J.B., Ames, D.P., Burns, C.N., Stephenson, B., 2010, Using the newly-created ILE DBMS to better represent temporal and historical GIS data. Trans. in GIS. 14(s1), pp 39-58.
  31. Panda, S.S., Ames, D.P., and Panigrahi, S., 2010. Application of vegetation indices for agricultural crop yield prediction using neural network techniques. Remote Sensing, 2(3), pp 673-696.
  32. Panda, S.S., Panigrahi, S., and Ames, D.P., 2010. Crop yield forecasting from remotely sensed aerial images with self-organizing maps. Transactions of the American Society Agricultural and Biological Engineers, 53(2). pp. 323-338.
  33. Ames, D.P., Rafn, E., Van Kirk, R., and Crosby, B., 2009. Estimation of stream channel geometry in Idaho using GIS-derived watershed characteristics. Environmental Modeling & Software, 24(3), pp 444-448.
  34. Michaelis, C. and Ames, D.P., 2009. Evaluation and implementation of OGC Web Processing Service for use in client-side GIS. Geoinformatica, 13(1), pp 109-120.
  35. Ames, D.P., Lall, U., 2008. Developing total maximum daily loads under uncertainty: decision analysis and the margin of safety. J. of Contemporary Water Research and Education. Vol. 140, pp 37-52.
  36. Rafn, E., Contor, B., and Ames, D.P., 2008. Evaluation of a method for estimating irrigated crop-evapotranspiration coefficients from remotely sensed data in Idaho. ASCE Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 134(6), pp 722-729.
  37. Michaelis, C. and Ames, D.P., 2007. Evaluation of the OGC web processing service for use in a client-side GIS. OSGeo Journal 1:50-55.
  38. Ames, D.P., Michaelis, C., and Dunsford, H., 2007. Introducing the MapWindow GIS Project. OSGeo Journal, Vol. 2, pp 13-16.
  39. Ames, D. P., 2006. Estimating 7Q10 Confidence Limits from Data: A Bootstrap Approach, ASCE J. Water Resources Planning and Management 132 (3): 204-208.
  40. Ames, D. P., Neilson, B.T., Stevens, D.K., and Lall, U., 2005. Using Bayesian networks to model watershed management decisions: an East Canyon Creek case study. Journal of Hydroinformatics 7(4): 267-282. 

 

Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings

  1. Heard, J., Tarboton, D.G., Idaszak, R., Horsburgh, J.S., Ames, D.P., Bedig, A., Castronova, A.M., Couch, A., 2014. An Architectural Overview of HydroShare, A Next-Generation Hydrologic Information System. In: Piasecki, M. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, October 2014, New York, New York, USA. 
  2. Osorio-Murillo, C., Ames, D.P., Rubin, Y., Savoy, H. Characterizing Spatial Random Fields through a Bayesian Inverse Modelling Framework and the High Throughput Computing – HTCondor. In: Ames, D.P., Quinn, N.W.T., Rizzoli, A.E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, June 15-19, San Diego, California, USA. ISBN: 978-88-9035-744-2.
  3. Turner, D. and Ames, D.P., Assessing the Relative Value of Stereoscopic 3D versus Head Tracking in Large Scale Immersive Visualization. In: Ames, D.P., Quinn, N.W.T., Rizzoli, A.E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, June 15-19, San Diego, California, USA. ISBN: 978-88-9035-744-2.
  4. Frisby, C., Ames, D.P., and Martin, N., Client-Server Hydrologic Data Exchange – Making the (Use) Case for Desktop Applications. In: Ames, D.P., Quinn, N.W.T., Rizzoli, A.E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, June 15-19, San Diego, California, USA. ISBN: 978-88-9035-744-2.
  5. Peery, B., Alessi, R.S., Lee, R., Vang, L., Brown, S., Solan, D., Ames, D.P., Enhancing User Customization through Novel Software Architecture for Utility Scale Solar Siting Software. In: Ames, D.P., Quinn, N.W.T., Rizzoli, A.E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, June 15-19, San Diego, California, USA. ISBN: 978-88-9035-744-2.
  6. Tarboton, D., Idaszak, R., Horsburgh, J., Heard, J., Ames, D.P., Goodall, J., Band, L., Merwade, V., Couch, A., Arrigo, J., Hooper, R., Valentine, D., and Maidment, D., HydroShare: Advancing Collaboration through Hydrologic Data and Model Sharing. In: Ames, D.P., Quinn, N.W.T., Rizzoli, A.E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, June 15-19, San Diego, California, USA. ISBN: 978-88-9035-744-2.
  7. Yang, P., Ames, D.P., Fonseca, A., and Cao, Y., Impact of LiDAR-Derived DEM Resolution on Hydrographic Features and Hydrologic Modeling. In: Ames, D.P., Quinn, N.W.T., Rizzoli, A.E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, June 15-19, San Diego, California, USA. ISBN: 978-88-9035-744-2.
  8. Khattar, R. and Ames, D.P., OGC and HIS: Implementing WFS and WaterML 2 for HydroServer. In: Ames, D.P., Quinn, N.W.T., Rizzoli, A.E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, June 15-19, San Diego, California, USA. ISBN: 978-88-9035-744-2.
  9. Ames, D.P., Pinthong, K., Scott, M., Khattar, R., Solan, D., and Lee, R., Open Source Map Based Software for Photovoltaic System Layout Design. In: Ames, D.P., Quinn, N.W.T., Rizzoli, A.E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, June 15-19, San Diego, California, USA. ISBN: 978-88-9035-744-2.
  10. Sadler, J., Ames, D.P., and Khattar, R., Open-Hardware Meets Open Software for Environmental Monitoring. In: Ames, D.P., Quinn, N.W.T., Rizzoli, A.E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, June 15-19, San Diego, California, USA. ISBN: 978-88-9035-744-2.
  11. Denzer, R., Fitch, P., Athanasiadis I., and Ames, D.P., Parallel Simulation of Environmental Phenomena – Discussion Paper. In: Ames, D.P., Quinn, N.W.T., Rizzoli, A.E. (Eds.), Proceedings of the 7th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, June 15-19, San Diego, California, USA. ISBN: 978-88-9035-744-2.
  12. Kuiper, J., Ames, D.P., Koehler, D., Lee, R., Quinby, T., 2013. Web-Based Mapping Applications for Solar Energy Project Planning. Proceedings of the 2013 American Solar Energy Society Conference, 16-20 April 2014, Baltimore, Maryland.
  13. Burian, S.J., Horsburgh, J.S., Rosenberg, D.E., Ames, D.P., Hunter, L.G., and Strong, C., 2013. Using interactive video conferencing for multi-institution, team-teaching. American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) Annual Conference Proc., 23-26 June, 2013, Atlanta, GA, USA.
  14. Ames, D.P., Horsburgh, J., Cao, Y., Kadlec, J., Whiteaker, T., and Valentine, D., 2012, Hydrologic Data Discovery, Download, Visualization, and Analysis: A Brief Introduction to HydroDesktop, Proceedings of the International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, Sixth Biennial Meeting, Leipzig, Germany, July 2012. http://www.iemss.org/society/ index.php/iemss-2012-proceedings. ISBN: 978-88-9035-742-8. R. Seppelt, A.A. Voinov, S. Lange, D. Bankamp (Eds.), pp. 1497-1504.
  15. Kadlec, J., Ames, D.P., Nelson, J., 2012, User Interface Design Considerations for a Time-Space GIS, Proceedings of the International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, Sixth Biennial Meeting, Leipzig, Germany, July 2012. http://www.iemss.org/society/ index.php/iemss-2012-proceedings. ISBN: 978-88-9035-742-8. R. Seppelt, A.A. Voinov, S. Lange, D. Bankamp (Eds.), pp. 57-64.
  16. Fritzinger, E., Dascalu, S., Ames, D.P., Benedict, K., Gibbs, I., McMahon, M., Frederick, C.H., 2012, The Demeter Framework for Model and Data Interoperability, Proc. International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, Sixth Biennial Meeting, Leipzig, Germany, July 2012. http://www.iemss.org/society/index.php/iemss-2012-proceedings. ISBN: 978-88-9035-742-8. R. Seppelt, A.A. Voinov, S. Lange, D. Bankamp (Eds.), pp. 1535-1543.
  17. Osorio-Murillo, C., Over, M., Ames, D.P., and Rubin, Y., 2012, An Extensible Inverse Modeling Software Architecture for Parameter Distribution Estimation, Proc. International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, Sixth Biennial Meeting, Leipzig, Germany, July 2012. http://www.iemss.org/society/index.php/iemss-2012-proceedings. ISBN: 978-88-9035-742-8. R. Seppelt, A.A. Voinov, S. Lange, D. Bankamp (Eds.), pp. 1527-1534.
  18. Cao, Y. and Ames, D.P. 2012, A Strategy for Integrating Open Source GIS Toolboxes for Geoprocessing and Data Analysis, Proceedings of the International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software, Sixth Biennial Meeting, Leipzig, Germany, July 2012. http://www.iemss.org/society/index.php/iemss-2012-proceedings. ISBN: 978-88-9035-742-8. R. Seppelt, A.A. Voinov, S. Lange, D. Bankamp (Eds.), pp. 1505-1511.
  19. Kadlec, J., Ames, D.P., 2012, Development of a Lightweight HydroServer and Hydrologic Data Hosting Website, Proceedings of the AWRA 2012 Spring Specialty Conference on GIS and Water Resources, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2012.
  20. Cao, Y., Ames, D.P., Yang, P., 2012. Development of an Extensible Geospatial Analysis Toolbox, Proceedings of the AWRA 2012 Spring Specialty Conference on GIS and Water Resources, New Orleans, Louisiana, March 2012.
  21. Tarboton, D. G., D. Maidment, I. Zaslavsky, D. Ames, J. Goodall, R. P. Hooper, J. Horsburgh, D. Valentine, T. Whiteaker and K. Schreuders, (2011), "Data Interoperability in the Hydrologic Sciences, The CUAHSI Hydrologic Information System," Proceedings of the Environmental Information Management Conference 2011, 132-137, http://eim.ecoinformatics.org/eim2011/eim-proceedings-2011/view.
  22. Piasecki, M., Ames, D.P, Goodall, J., Hooper, R., Horsburgh, J., Maidment, D., Tarboton, D. and Zaslavsky, I. (2010), "Development of an Information System for the Hydrologic Community," 9th International Conference on Hydroinformatics (HIC 2010), Tianjin, China, http://his.cuahsi.org/documents/Development_Information_System_Hydrologic_Community.pdf.
  23. Veluppillai, T., Ames, D.P., Ondrej, L., and Manic, M., 2010. Forecasting the southeastern Idaho Stream flow with the Help of Neural Network.  Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Hydroinformatics (HIC 2010), Tianjin, China, pp. 1018 – 1025.
  24. Ames, D. P., J. Horsburgh, J. Goodall, T. Whiteaker, D. Tarboton and D. Maidment, (2009), "Introducing the Open Source CUAHSI Hydrologic Information System Desktop Application (HIS Desktop)," 18th World IMACS Congress and MODSIM09 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, ed. R. S. Anderssen, R. D. Braddock and L. T. H. Newham, Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand and International Association for Mathematics and Computers in Simulation, July 2009, 4353-4359, http://www.mssanz.org.au/modsim09/J4/ames.pdf .
  25. Baloch, M.A. and Ames, D.P., 2010. A Geospatial Interpolation Approach to Water Quality Index Estimation for Koycegiz-Dalyan Lagoon, Turkey. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, July 12-16, 2010, Houston, TX, USA, p. 73.
  26. Owens, J.B., Yuan, M., Wachowicz, M., Kantabutra, V., Coppola, Jr, E.A., Ames, D.P., and Gangemi, A., 2009. Visualizing Historical Narratives: Geographically-Integrated History and Dynamics GIS. National Endowment for the Humanities workshop “Visualizing the Past: Tools and Techniques for Understanding Historical Processes,” 20-21 February 2009, University of Richmond, Virginia, USA
  27. Tarboton, D.G., and Ames, D.P. 2001. “Advances in the mapping of flow networks from digital elevation data.” World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, pp. 20-24, USA: Am. Society of Civil Engineers.

 

Books, Book Chapters, and Magazine Articles 

  • Bolster, S., Ames, D.P., Nelson, E.J., (2013). Enabling Worldwide Water Data Sharing, NHWC Transmission, National Hydrologic Warning Council, Denver, Colorado.
  • Tarboton, D. G., Maidment, D., Zaslavsky, I., Ames, D. P., Goodall, J., & Horsburgh, J. S. (2012). CUAHSI Hydrologic Information System 2010 Status Report, Consortium of Universities for the Advancement of Hydrologic Science, Inc., Washington, DC.
  • Jolma, A., Ames, D.P., Horning, N., Mitasova, H., Neteler, M., Racicot, A., and Sutton, T., (2012) Open-Source Tools for Environmental Modeling. Springer Handbook of Geographic Information, Part C, 597-619, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-72680-7_31.
  • Kadlec, J., & Ames, D. (2011). Design and development of web services for accessing free hydrological data from the Czech Republic. Environmental Software Systems. Frameworks of eEnvironment, 581-588. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-22285-6_63.
  • Baloch, M.A., Ames, D.P., Tanik A., 2011. Application of BASINS/HSPF in the Koycegiz–Dalyan watershed in Turkey: A developing country case study in watershed modeling. In River Basin Management VI, Transactions on Ecology and the Environment, Volume 146, Wessex Institute of Technology, UK, C.A. Brebbia, ed. pp 187-199.
  • Dunsford, Harold A., Ames, D.P. (2009). Restructuring of the MapWindow GIS project. PositionIT, April/May, pp 54-57.
  • Mohammad, W., Ames, D.P., Aburizaiza, A. 2009. MapWindow GIS 4.5 Users Guide. 80 pages, in Arabic.

 

Original Software

  • PVMapper/PVDesktop – Software for site selection, comparison, and design of large-scale photovoltaic solar energy production installations (see www.pvmapper.org
  • LineSiter – Software for finding least cost optimal paths through GIS and Social Survey data for the placement of high voltage power lines (see linesiter.codeplex.com).
  • MAD – Community software for enabling inverse modeling using the Method of Anchored Distributions (see mad.codeplex.com).
  • HydroDesktop – This is an NSF funded element of the CUAHSI Hydrologic Information System for hydrologic data search, download, visualization and analysis (see www.hydrodesktop.org).
  • Better Assessment Science Integrating Point and Nonpoint Sources (BASINS) 4.0 – Extending and enhancing this watershed modeling system under EPA funding (see BASINSLive.org).
  • MapWindow GIS Application and Programming Tools – 250,000 downloads, 9000 opt-in mailing list subscribers, users in >40 countries (see www.MapWindow.org).
  • Low Flow Calculator – Used to estimate 7Q10 low flow/drought return periods.

 

Conference Organizing

  • International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software (IEMSS 2014), San Diego, California, 16-19 June 2014, Conference Chair and Co-Organizer.
  • International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software (IEMSS 2012), Leipzig, Germany, 1-5 July 2012, Scientific Advisory Committee, Organized one session with 20 abstracts.
  • AWRA Spring Specialty Conference on GIS and Water Resources, New Orleans, Louisiana, 26-28 March 2012. Member of the conference technical committee.
  • 3rd International MapWindow Open-Source GIS Conference, Velp, The Netherlands, 25-28 June 2012. Organized all aspects of the conference – expect approximately 200 participants.
  • 2nd International MapWindow GIS and DotSpatial Conference, San Diego, California, 13-15 June 2011. Organized all aspects of the conference.
  • 1st International MapWindow GIS Users and Developers Conference, Orlando, Florida, March 31 – April 2, 2010. Organized all aspects of the conference.
  • International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software (IEMSS 2010), Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, July 5-8, 2010. Organized two sessions and one workshop with 40 presentations.
  • International Symposium on Environmental Software Systems (ISESS 2007), Prague, Czech Republic, May 22-25, 2007. Organized one session with 9 presentations.

 

Classroom Instruction

  • BYU: Introduction to Civil and Environmental Engineering (CEEn 101), Geomatics (CEEn 114) Hydroinformatics (CEEn 594R), Engineering Applications of GIS (CEEn 414), Geospatial Software Development (CEEn 594R)
  • ISU: Engineering Hydrology , Principles of GIS, Advanced GIS, GPS Applications in Research, Geotechnology Seminar, Beginning Programming, Advanced Programming, Watershed Modeling, Web Mapping, Special Topics: Open Source GIS, Special Topics: Groundwater Modeling, Workshop: MapWindow GIS, Workshop: ArcGIS Model Builder, Workshop: Hydrologic Information Systems. 

 

Professional Involvement