Research

Research

The Center for Geospatial Science, Applications and Technology

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The mission of the Center for Geospatial Science, Applications and Technology (GEOSAT) is to engage Texas A&M faculty and students in multidisciplinary collaborations.

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Publications

  1. Barranco, L.M., J. Alvarez-Rodriguez, F. Olivera, A. Potenciano, L. Quintas and F. Estrada. Assessment of the Expected Runoff Change in Spain Using Climate Simulations, Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 19 (7):1481-1490.
  2. Bishop, M.P., A.B.G. Bush, R. Furfaro, A.R. Gillespie, D.K. Hall, U.K. Haritashya, J.F. Shroder, Jr. Theoretical foundations of remote sensing for glacier assessment and mapping. In Kargel et al., Global Land Ice Measurements from Space, chapter 2, pages 23–52.
  3. Bishop, M. P., J.F. Shroder, Jr., G. Ali, A.B.G. Bush, U.K. Haritashya, R.Roohi, M.A. Sarikaya, B.J. Weihs. Remote sensing of glaciers in Afghanistan and Pakistan. In Kargel et al., Global Land Ice Measurements from Space, chapter 23, pages 509–548.
  4. Castillo, C.R., İ. Güneralp, B Güneralp. Influence of changes in developed land and precipitation on hydrology of a coastal Texas watershed. Applied Geography 47: 154-167.
  5. Cho, H. and F. Olivera, Application of multi-modal optimization for uncertainty estimation of computationally expensive hydrologic models, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 140 (3), 313-321.
  6. Estévez, J., F. Moreno-Pérez, J. Roldán-Cañas, A. Serrat-Capdevila, J. González, F. Francés,F. Olivera, J.V. Giráldez. La hidrología y su papel en la ingeniería del agua, Ingeniería del Agua 18 (1): 1–14.
  7. Ferreira, C., F.Olivera, J. Irish. Arc StormSurge: Integrating Hurricane Storm Surge Modeling and GIS, Journal of the American Water Resources Association50 (1): 219-233.
  8. Ferreira, C.M., J.L. Irish, F.Olivera. Uncertainty in Hurricane Surge Simulation Due to Land Cover Specification. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 119 (3): 1812-1827.
  9. Ferreira, C. M., J. Irish, F. Olivera. Quantifying the potential impact of land cover changes due to sea-level rise on storm surge on lower Texas coast bays, Coastal Engineering 94: 102-111.
  10. Furfaro, R., A. Previti, P. Picca, J.S. Kargel, M.P. Bishop. Radiative transfer modeling in the cryosphere. In Kargel et al. Global Land Ice Measurements from Space, chapter 3, pages 53–73.
  11. Kargel, J. S., G.J.Leonard, M.P. Bishop, A. Kaab, B.H. Raup, editors. ̈ Global Land Ice Measurements from Space. Springer-Praxis, Chichester.
  12. Leng, G., M. Huang, Q. Tang, H. Gao, L. Leung. Impacts of irrigated agriculture on surface and groundwater resources simulated by the Community Land Model. J. Hydrometeorology, 15, 957-972.
  13. Kang, D., X. Shi, H. Gao, and S. Dery, A modeling study of the changing contribution of snow to the hydrology of the Fraser River Basin, J. Hydrometeorology 15, 1344-1365.
  14. McDonald RI, B Güneralp, W Zipperer, and PJ Marcotullio. The future of global urbanization and the environment. Solutions 5(6): 60-69.
  15. Medina-Cetina Z., S. Esmailzadeh. Joint States of Information from Different Probabilistic Geo-Profile Reconstruction Methods, Georisk: Assessment and Management of Risk for Engineered Systems and Geohazards, Vol 8, No. 3, pp. 171-191.
  16. Medina-Cetina, Z., C. Arson. Probabilistic Calibration of a Damage Mechanics Model. Geotechnique Letters, Vol. 4, No. 1, 17-21.
  17. Nijssen, B., S. Shukla, C. Lin, H. Gao, T. Zhou, J. Sheffield, E.F. Wood, D.P. Lettenmaier. A prototype Global Drought Information System based on multiple land surface models. J. Hydrometeorology, 15, 1661-1676.
  18. Quincey, D.J., M.P. Bishop, A. Kaab, E. Berthier, B. Flach, T. Bolch, M.Buchroithner, U. Kamp, S.J.S. Khalsa, T. Toutin, U.K. Haritashya, A. Racoviteanu, J.F. Shroder, Jr., B.H. Raup. Digital terrain modeling and glacier topographic characterization. In Kargel et al., Global Land Ice Measurements from Space, chapter 5, pages 113–144.
  19. Srinivasan, S., S.C. Popescu, M. Eriksson, R.D. Sheridan, and NW Ku. Terrestrial Laser Scanning as an Effective Tool to Retrieve Tree Level Height, Crown Width, and Stem Diameter. Remote Sensing 7: 1877-1896
  20. Yousefpour N., Z. Medina-Cetina, J.L. Briaud. Evaluation of Unknown Foundation for Bridges Subjected to Scour. Transportation Research Record: Journal of the Transportation Research Board. Geology and Properties of Earth Materials. Vol. 2433 (27-38).
  21. Zhang, S., H. Gao, and B. Naz, Monitoring Reservoir Storage in South Asia from Satellite Remote Sensing, Water Resource Research, 50, doi:10.1002/2014WR015829.
  1. Arson, C., Z. Medina-Cetina. Bayesian Paradigm to Assess Rock Compression Damage Models. Environmental Geotechnics, Vol. 2 (3), pp. 155-165.
  2. Bishop, M. P., I. D. Dobreva, C.Houser. Geospatial science and technology for understanding the complexities of the critical zone. In Giardino, J. R. and Houser, C., editors, Principles and Dynamics of the Critical Zone, volume 19 of Developments in Earth Surface Processes, pages 523–561. Elsevier Publishing Inc.
  3. Bush, A. B. G., M.P.Bishop. Glaciers, topography and climate. In North, G. R., Pyle, J., and Zhang, F., editors, Encyclopedia of Atmospheric Sciences, volume 2, pages 201–207. Elsevier, second edition.
  4. Conde, D., F. Colchero, B. Güneralp, M. Gusset, B. Skolnik, M. Parr, O. Byers, K. Johnson, G. Young, N. Flesness, H. Possingham, J.E. Fa. Opportunities and costs for preventing vertebrate extinctions. Current Biology 25(6): R219-R221.
  5. Esmailzadeh S., Medina-Cetina Z., Kang J.W., Kallivokas L.F. Varying Dimensional Bayesian Acoustic Waveform Inversion for 1D semi-infinite heterogeneous media, Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics, Vol. 39, 56-68.
  6. Esmailzadeh, S., Z. Medina-Cetina, J.W. Kang, L.F. Kallivokas. Bayesian Mechanistic Imaging of Two-Dimensional Heterogeneous Elastic Media from Seismic Geophysical Observations. 3rd International Symposium on Frontiers in Offshore Geotechnics (ISFOG), Oslo, Norway.
  7. Gao, H. Satellite remote sensing of large lakes and reservoirs: from elevation and area to storage, WIREs Water, doi:10.1002/wat2.1065.
  8. Güneralp, B., A.S. Perlstein, and K.C. Seto. Balancing urban growth and ecological conservation: a challenge for planning and governance in China. Ambio 44(6): 532-543.
  9. Güneralp, B., İ. Güneralp, and Y. Liu. Changing global patterns of urban exposure to flood and drought hazards. Global Environmental Change 31: 217-225.
  10. Houser, C., M. P. Bishop, P. Barrineau. Characterizing instability of aeolian environments using analytical reasoning. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 40: 696– 705.
  11. Muis, S., B. Güneralp, B. Jongman, J. Aerts, P.J. Ward. Flood risk and adaptation strategies in Indonesia: a probabilistic analysis using globally available data. Science of the Total Environment 538: 445-457.
  12. Qiao, X., J. Hu, S. Zhang, S. H. Kota, J. Li, L. Wu, H. Gao, H. Zhang, Y. Tang and Q. Ying. Modeling Dry and Wet Deposition of Sulfate, Nitrate, and Ammonium Ion in Jiuzhaigou National Nature Reserve, China using a Source-Oriented CMAQ Model: Part I. Base Case Model Results, Atmospheric Environment, doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2015.05.108.
  13. Smith, C. [Review of the book Using Google Earth in Libraries: A Practical Guide for Librarians, by E.H. Dodsworth & A. Nicholson]. WAML Information Bulletin 47:1.
  1. Alves C.M., Medina-Cetina Z., Ortega M., Navarrete Alonso A., and Camara V. Targeted International Graduate Recruiting – A case Study for Recruiting Mexican Students, WEEF- World Engineering Education Forum, COEX, Seoul, Korea.
  2. Barrineau, P.,I. Dobreva, M.P. Bishop, C. Houser. Deconstructing a polygenetic landscape using LiDAR and multi-resolution analysis. Geomorphology, 258:51–57.
  3. Bai, X., A. Surveyer, T. Elmqvist, F.W. Gatzweiler, B. Güneralp, S. Parnell, A-H Prieur-Richard, P. Shrivastava, J.G. Siri, M. Stafford-Smith, J-P Toussaint, R. Webb. Defining and advancing a systems approach for sustainable cities. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 23: 69-78.
  4. d’Amour, C.B., F. Reitsma, G. Baiocchi, S. Barthel, B. Güneralp, K-H Erb, H. Haberl, F. Creutzig, K.C. Seto. Future urban land expansion and implications for global croplands. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
  5. Dokic, T. P. Dehghanian, P-C Chen, M. Kezunovic, Z. Medina-Cetina, J. Stojanovic, Z. Obradovic. Risk Assessment of a Transmission Line Insulation Breakdown due to Lightning and Severe Weather, HICCS – Hawaii, International Conference on System Science, Kauai, Hawaii.
  6. Gao, H., S. Zhang, R. Fu, W. Li, R.E. Dickinson, Inter-annual Variation of the Surface Temperature of Tropical Forests from SSM/I Observations, Advances in Meteorology, Article ID 4741390.
  7. Gao, H.,S. Zhang, M. Durand, and H. Lee. Environmental Remote Sensing for Hydrological Capacity Building and Sustainability, Chapter 4: Satellite Remote Sensing of Lakes and Wetlands. Taylor & Francis Group. ISBN: 9781498726665
  8. Henrickson, J., C. Rogers, H-H Lu, J. Valasek, Y. Shi. Infrastructure Assessment with Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems. 2016 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS’16), Arlington, VA.
  9. Kang, D., H. Gao, X. Shi, S. Islam, and S.J. Dery, Impacts of a rapidly declining mountain snowpack on streamflow timing in Canada’s Fraser River Basin, Scientific Reports – Nature, 6, Article number 19299.
  10. Kargel, J.S., G. J. Leonard, D. H. Shugar, U. K. Haritashya, A. Bevington, E. J. Fielding, K. Fujita, M. Geertsema, E. S. Miles, J. Steiner, E. Anderson, S. Bajracharya, G. W. Bawden, D. F. Breashears, A. Byers, B. Collins, M. R. Dhital, A. Donnellan, T. L. Evans, M. L. Geai, M. T. Glasscoe, D. Green, D. R. Gurung, R. Heijenk, A. Hilborn, K. Hudnut, C. Huyck, W.W. Immerzeel, J. Liming, R. Jibson, A. Kääb, N.R. Khanal, D. Kirschbaum, P.D.A. Kraaijenbrink, D. Lamsal, L. Shiyin, L. Mingyang, D. McKinney, N.K. Nahirnick, N. Zhuotong, S. Ojha, J. Olsenholler, T.H. Painter, M. Pleasants, K.C. Pratima, Q.I. Yuan, B.H. Raup, D. Regmi, D.R. Rounce, A. Sakai, S. Donghui, J.M. Shea, A.B. Shrestha, A. Shukla, D. Stumm, M. van der Kooij, K. Voss, W. Xin, B. Weihs, D. Wolfe, W. Lizong, Y. Xiaojun, M. R. Yoder, N. Young. Geomorphic and geologic controls of geohazards induced by Nepal’s 2015 Gorkha earthquake, Science Vol. 351, # 6269.
  11. Malambo, L., S.C. Popescu, R. Sheridan, E. Putman, S.C. Murray, B.Rooney, G. Richardson, N. Pugh, D. Horne, R. Avant, M. Vidrine, B. McCutchen, D. Baltensperger, M.P. Bishop, J. Olsenholler, A. Thomasson, Y. Shi. Production and evaluation of multitemporal plant height data for maize and sorghum breeding using small unmanned aerial systems. Remote Sensing of Environment.
  12. Medina-Cetina, Z., U.M. Eidsvig, V. Kveldsvik, S. Glimsdal, C.B. Harbitz, F. Sandersen. Bayesian Risk Assessment of a Tsunamigenic Rockslide at Åknes. Multi-hazard Approaches to Civil Infrastructure Engineering (pp. 413-442).
  13. Neely, H., C. Morgan, J. Valasek, Y. Shi, A. Thomasson, J. Olsenholler.Strategies for Soil-Based Precision Agriculture in Cotton. Paper 9866-18, SPIE Autonomous Air and Ground Sensing Systems for Agricultural Optimization and Phenotyping, Baltimore, MD.
  14. Olivera, F., Z. Yin, Effect of Climate Change on the Precipitation in Houston, Texas. XXVII Latin-American Hydraulics Congress, Lima, Peru.
  15. Saxena, A., B. Güneralp, R. Bailis, G. Yohe, and C. Oliver. Evaluating the resilience of forest dependent communities in Central India by combining the sustainable livelihoods framework and the cross scale resilience analysis: a novel approach. Current Science 110(7): 1195-1207.
  16. Shi, Y., J.A. Thomasson, S.C. Murray, N.A. Pugh, W. Shafian, N.Rajan, G. Rouze, C. Morgan, H. Neeley, A. Rana, M. Bagavathiannan, J. Henrickson, E. Bowden, J.Valasek, J.Olsenholler, M.P.Bishop, R. Sheridan, E. Putman, S.Popescu, T. Burks, D. Cope, B. McCutchen, R. Avant, M. Vidrine, C. Yang. Unmanned aerial vehicles for high-throughput phenotyping and agronomic research. PLOS ONE, 11(7):e0159781.
  17. Shi, Y., S.C. Murray, W. Rooney, J.Olsenholler, N. Pugh, D. Zhang, J. Valasek, A. Thomasson. Corn and Sorghum Phenotyping Using a Fixed-Wing UAV-based Remote Sensing System, Paper 9866-11, SPIE Autonomous Air and Ground Sensing Systems for Agricultural Optimization and Phenotyping, Baltimore, MD.
  18. Thomasson, A., Y. Shi, J. Valasek, S.C. Murray. Comprehensive UAV Agricultural Remote-Sensing Research at Texas A&M University, Paper 9866-28, SPIE Autonomous Air and Ground Sensing Systems for Agricultural Optimization and Phenotyping, Baltimore, MD.
  19. Valasek, J., Y. Shi, J. Henrickson, E. Bowden, H. Neely, C. Morgan. Multispectral and DSLR Sensors for Assessing Crop Stress in Corn and Cotton using Fixed-Wing Unmanned Air Systems, Paper 9866-19, SPIE Autonomous Air and Ground Sensing Systems for Agricultural Optimization and Phenotyping, Baltimore, MD.
  20. Wernette, P., C. Houser, M.P. Bishop. An automated approach for extracting barrier island morphology from digital elevation models. Geomorphology, 262:1–7.
  21. Zhao, G. , H. Gao, L. Cuo, Effects of Urbanization and Climate Change on Peak Flows over the San Antonio River Basin, Texas, J. Hydrometeorology, 17, 2371-2389.
  22. Zhou, T., B. Nijssen, H. Gao, D.P. Lettenmaier. The contribution of reservoirs to global land surface water storage variations.J. Hydrometeorology, 17, 309-325.
  23. Zhang, S.,H. Gao. A Novel Algorithm for Monitoring Reservoirs under All-Weather Conditions at a High Temporal Resolution through Passive Microwave Remote Sensing. Geophysical Research Letters, 43, 8052–8059
  24. Zhao, G., H. Gao, B. Naz, S. Kao, N. Voisin, Integrating Reservoir Regulation Scheme into a Spatially Distributed Hydrological Model, Advances in Water Management, 98, 16-31.
  1. Barranco, L.M., J. Alvarez-Rodriguez, F. Olivera, A. Potenciano. Analysis of downscaled climatic simulations to infer future changes on high precipitation in Spain. International Journal of River Basin Management 15 (2): 161-173.
  2. Barrineau, P., Dobreva, I. D., M.P. Bishop, C. Houser. Deconstructing aeolian landscapes. Geomorphology.
  3. Bagavathiannan, M., A. Rana, M.P. Bishop, J. Valasek, S. Popescu, D.Cope. Use of Unmanned aerial systems for weed management applications. Proceedings of the Weed Science Society of America Annual Meeting, Tucson, AZ.
  4. Bagavathiannan, M., A. Rana, M. Bishop, J. Valasek, S. Popescu, D.Cope. Unmanned aerial systems for weed management applications. Proceedings of the Southern Weed Science Society Annual Meeting, Birmingham, AL.
  5. Bishop, M. P., C. Houser. Geomorphological mapping and geospatial technology. In Richardson, D., Castree, N., Goodchild, M. F., Kobayashi, A., Liu, W., and Marston, R. A., editors, The International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology.
  6. Bishop, M. P., I.D. Dobreva. Geomorphometry and mountain geodynamics: Issues of scale and complexity. In Quattrochi, D., Integrating Scale in Remote Sensing and GIS, page In Press. CRC Press, New York.
  7. Dobreva, I.D., M.P. Bishop, B.G.A. Bush. Climate-glacier dynamics and topographic forcing in the Karakoram Himalaya: Concepts, issues and research directions, Water, 9, 45, doi:10.3390/w9060405.
  8. Durand, M., S. Calmant, C. Birkett, H. Lee, R. Paiva, Y. Yoon, H. Gao, S. Tuozzolo. Inland Water Altimetry, Chapter 4: River discharge and surface water storage variation. Springer
  9. Güneralp, B., Z. Yuyu, D. Ürge-Vorsatz, M. Gupta, S. Yu, P. Patel, M. Fragkias, X. Li, K.C. Seto. Global scenarios of urban density and its impacts on building energy use through 2050. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
  10. Duong, M., Z. Medina-Cetina, J. Urrutia Fucugauchi. Towards Uncertainty Quantification of the Asteroid Impact at Chicxulub: Integrating Geological Field Observations and Modeling by the Use of Distinct Element Method (DEM). GeoRisk: Geotechnical Risk from Theory to Practice (GI-ASCE), Denver CO.
  11. Kunz, J.N., D.V. Voronine, B.A. Ko, H. Wai, H. Lee, A. Rana, M.V.Bagavathiannan, A.V. Sokolov, M.O. Scully. Interaction of femtosecond laser pulses with plants: towards distinguishing weeds and crops using plasma temperature. J Modern Optics 64:942-947.
  12. Lee, K., H. Gao, M. Huang, J. Sheffield, X. Shi. Development and Application of Improved Long-Term Datasets of Surface Hydrology for Texas. Advances in Meteorology, Article ID 8485130.
  13. McCabe, M.F., M. Rodell, D.E. Alsdorf, D.G. Miralles, R. Uijlenhoet, W. Wagner, A. Lucieer, R. Houborg, N.E.C. Verhoest, T.E. Franz, J. Shi, H. Gao, E.F. Wood. The Future of Earth Observation in Hydrology, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-2017-54.
  14. Moridis, F., Y. Soltanpour, Z. Medina-Cetina, J.W. Lee, T.A. Blasingame. A Production Characterization of the Eagle Ford Shale, Texas – A Bayesian Analysis Approach. SPE Latin American and Caribbean Petroleum Engineering Conference (LACPEC 2017), Buenos Aires, Argentina.
  15. Fox, W., Z. Medina-Cetina, P. Varela, J. Angerer, R.J. Chung. Water Quality and Natural Resource Management on Military Training Lands in Central Texas: Improved Decision Support via Bayesian Networks. Journal of Sustainability of Water Quality and Ecology.
  16. Houser, C., M.P. Bishop, X. Lemmons. Teaching complex concepts in the geosciences by integrating analytical reasoning with GIS. Journal of Geoscience Education.
  17. Houser, C., B. Weymer, Everett, M.E., M.P. Bishop, B. Reece. Influence of a spatially complex framework geology on island geomorphology. Marine Geology.
  18. Markus, T., T. Neumann, A. Martino, W. Abdalati, K. Brunt, B. Csatho, S. Farrell, H. Fricker, A. Gardner, D. Harding, M. Jasinski, R. Kwok, L. Magruder, D. Lubin, S. Luthcke, J. Morison, R. Nelson, A. Neuenschwander, S. Palm, S. Popescu, C.K. Shum, B.E. Schutz, B. Smith, Y. Yang, J. Zwally. The Ice, Cloud, and land Elevation Satellite-2 (ICESat-2): Science requirements, concept, and implementation. Remote Sensing of Environment 190: 260-273.
  19. Munoz, L.A., F. Olivera, M. Giglio, P. Berke, The impact of urbanization on the streamflows and the 100-year floodplain extent of the Sims Bayou in Houston, Texas. International Journal of River Basin Management.
  20. Murray, S.C., L. Knox, B. Hartley, M.A. Mendez-Dorado, G.Richardson, J.A. Thomasson, Y. Shi, N. Rajan, H. Neely, M. Bagavathiannan, X. Dong, W.L. Rooney. High clearance phenotyping systems for season-long measurement of corn, sorghum and other row crops to complement unmanned aerial vehicle systems. In: J. Valasek and A. Thomasson (eds.). Proceedings of SPIE 9866:986607. Doi:10.1117/12.2228323
  21. Shafian,S, N. Rajan,R. Schnell, M. Bagavathiannan, J. Valasek, Y.Shi, J.Olsenholler. Unmanned Aerial Systems-based Remote Sensing for Monitoring Sorghum Growth and Development, PLOS One.
  22. Soltanpour, Y.Z. Medina-Cetina. A Computational Bayesian Framework to Parallelize an Adaptive Markov Chain Monte Carlo, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics(SIAM): Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE17).
  23. Valasek, J., H-H Lu, Y. Shi. Development and Testing of a Customized Low-Cost Unmanned Aircraft System Based on Multispectral and Thermal Sensing for Precision Agriculture Applications. Proceedings of the 2017 International Conference on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (ICUAS’17), Miami, FL.
  24. Varela, P., and Z. Medina-Cetina. Risk Assessment for Landslides Using Bayesian Networks and Remote Sensing Data, GeoRisk: Geotechnical Risk from Theory to Practice (GI-ASCE), Denver CO
  25. Villas-Boas, M.D., F. Olivera, J.P.S. Azevedo. Assessment of the water quality monitoring network of the Piabanha River experimental watersheds in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, using autoassociative neural networks, Environmental Monitoring Assessment, DOI 10.1007/s10661-017-6134-9.
  26. Yi, H., B Güneralp, A.M. Filippi, U. Kreuter, İ. Güneralp. Impacts of land change on ecosystem services in the San Antonio River Basin, Texas, from 1984 to 2010. Ecological Economics 135: 125-135.
  27. Zhou, T., S.C. Popescu, K. Krause, R.D. Sheridan, E. Putman. Gold – A novel deconvolution algorithm with optimization for waveform LiDAR processing. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 129: 131-150.
  28. Zhu, Y., L. Cong, X. Xu, Z. Medina-Cetina. Probabilistic Calibration of a Visco-Elastoplastic Constitutive Model Representing the Rheological Behavior of Sandstone, GeoRisk: Geotechnical Risk from Theory to Practice (GI-ASCE).

Presentations

  1. Barrineau, P.,I.D. Dobreva, M.P. Bishop. Multi-resolution analysis of LiDAR data for characterizing a stabilized aeolian landscape in South Texas, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
  2. Bishop, M.P. GIScience, Earth Science and Engineering collaborativeresearch, Aerospace Engineering Seminary Series, Texas A&M University.
  3. Bishop, M.P. GIScience, Earth Science and Geostatistics collaborative research, Spatial Statistics Seminar Series, Texas A&M University.
  4. Bishop, M.P. Geospatial multidisciplinary collaborative research, Texas A&M University, College Station.
  5. Bishop, M.P. Geographic information science and technology initiatives in the College of Geosciences, Texas A&M University, College Station.
  6. Bishop, M.P. Geospatial sciences, applications and technology: Collaboration and partnerships, Texas A&M University, College Station.
  7. Castillo, C.R., İ Güneralp, B Güneralp. How do changes in developed land and precipitation influence hydrology of a coastal Texas watershed? Texas Bays and Estuaries Meeting, Port Aransas, TX.
  8. Castillo C.R., İ. Güneralp,B. Güneralp. How do changes in developed land and precipitation influence hydrology of a coastal Texas watershed? Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting. Tampa, FL.
  9. Dobreva, I.D.,M.P. Bishop. Surface irradiance partitioning in complex mountains: A comparison of GIS-based solar radiation models, Association of American Geographers, Tampa.
  10. Dobreva, I.D., M.P. Bishop. Spatio-temporal patterns of surface irradiance in the Himalaya, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
  11. Gao, H., R. Fu, W. Li, S. Zhang, R.E. Dickinson. Inter-annual variation of the surface temperature of tropical forests from SSM/I observations, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 95(57).
  12. H. Gao. Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas, Austin.
  13. H. Gao. Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
  14. H. Gao. Dept. of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Peking University, China.
  15. H. Gao. Institute of Tibetan Plateau Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
  16. H. Gao. Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Houston.
  17. H. Gao. Arid Zone Hydrology Workshop, Texas A&M University.
  18. H. Gao. NOAA, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory.
  19. Güneralp B., İ. Güneralp, and Y Liu. Changing global patterns of urban exposure to flood and drought hazards. 2nd International Conference on Urbanization and Global Environmental Change. Taipei, Taiwan.
  20. Güneralp B., K.C. Seto. Futures of global urban expansion: Uncertainties and implications for biodiversity conservation. 2nd International Conference on Urbanization and Global Environmental Change. Taipei, Taiwan.
  21. Haritashya, U.K., R. Armstrong, M.P. Bishop, T. Hess, J.S. Kargel, B. Raup. Status on the Global Land Ice Measurements from Space project; and SERVIR Himalaya: Update on glacial lakes and unstable landscapes. International Conference on Cryosphere of the Hindu Kush Himalaya: State of the Knowledge Hindu Kush Himalayan Cryosphere Data Sharing Policy, ICIMOD, Nepal.
  22. Houser, C.,M.P. Bishop. A fuzzy cognitive model of aeolian instability across the South Texas sand sheet, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
  23. Kang, D., H. Gao, X. Shi, S.J. Dery. Canada’s Fraser River Basin transitioning from a nival to a hybrid system in the late 20th century, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 95(57).
  24. Kargel, J.S., M.P. Bishop, B. Raup, R. Furfaro. Status of GLIMS and the science of GLIMS2, NASA Headquarters, Washington D.C.
  25. Lee, K.,H. Gao, M. Huang, J. Sheffield. Future Climate Change Impacts on Surface Hydrology over Texas River Basins, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 95(57).
  26. Leonard, G., J.S. Kargel, D. Regmi, U.K. Haritashya, M.P. Bishop, R.Furfaro. Compounding hazards facing Nepalese villages due to Glacial Lake Thulagi, extreme monsoons and landslides, European Geophysical Union, Vienna, Austria.
  27. Medina-Cetina, Z. Optimal Location of Green Energy Corridors based on Social, Economic and Environmental Risk, The Yucatan Initiative, Technical Session ‘Energy Harvesting’, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico.
  28. Medina-Cetina, Z. Imaging of a Two Dimensional Heterogeneous Elastic Half Space: A Bayesian Full Waveform Inversion. Offshore Technology Conference OTC-14, Technical Session ‘Quantitative GeoRisk’, Houston TX.
  29. Medina-Cetina, Z. Offshore Deepwater Systems, 43rd Turbomachinery Conference & 30th International Pump Users Symposia, Houston TX.
  30. Muis, S., B. Güneralp, B. Jongman, and P. Ward. Future trends in flood risk in Indonesia – A probabilistic approach. European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly. Vienna, Austria.
  31. Proffitt, T., M.P. Bishop, J.R. Giardino. Land cover changes and watershed geomorphology in Houston, Texas: A preliminary study,Geological Society of America, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
  32. Proffitt, T.A.,M.P. Bishop,F. Olivera. Land Cover Changes and Watershed Geomorphology in Houston, Texas: A Preliminary Study, 48th Annual Meeting of the GSA South-Central Section, Geological Society of America, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
  33. Weymer, B.A., C. Houser, J.R. Giardino, P. Barrineau, M. Everett, M.P. Bishop. The role of geological inheritance on storm impacts along the south Texas Coast, USA, European Geophysical Union, Vienna, Austria.
  34. Weymer, B.A.,M.P Bishop, C. Houser. Application of GPR, EMI, and LiDAR to assess the role of antecedent geology in barrier island evolution, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
  35. Yi, H., B. Güneralp, A.M. Filippi. Land-use/land-cover change in San Antonio River Basin, TX. Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting. Tampa, FL.
  36. Zhao, P., M.P. Bishop, J. Olsenholler. Integration of spectral and topographic information into an analytical reasoning model to map debris-covered glaciers in the Karakoram Himalaya, Association of American Geographers, Tampa.
  37. Zhang, S, H. Gao, B. Naz, Satellite based reservoir storage estimation in South Asia, UCOWR meeting.
  38. Zhang, S., H. Gao, B. Naz, A Remotely Sensed Reservoir Storage Product in South Asia and Its Uncertainty Analysis, CAHMDA VI and HEPEX-DAFOH III joint workshop.
  39. Zhang, S., G. Zheng, H. Gao, and D. Roelke, Satellite Remote Sensing of Chlorophyll-a Concentrations in the Galveston Bay, Texas, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 95(57).
  40. Zhang, S., H. Gao,B. Naz, A Multi-satellite Remote Sensing Product of Reservoir Storage, Elevation, and Surface Area in South Asia, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 95(57).
  41. Zhao, G., H. Gao, L. Cuo, Effects of urbanization and climate change on streamflows over the SARB, UCOWR meeting.
  42. Zhao, G., H. Gao, and L. Cuo, Effects of Urbanization and Climate Change on Hydrological Processes over the San Antonio River Basin, Texas, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 95(57)
  43. Zhou, T., I. Haddeland,H. Gao, D.P. Lettenmaier, Reservoir in Global Water Cycle: Macro Scale Hydrologic Modeling for Water Management, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 95(57).
  1. Barrineau, P., Dobreva, I.D., Bishop, M.P., Houser, C.: Deconstructing a polygenetic landscape using LiDAR and multi-resolution analysis, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
  2. Bishop, M.P., Dobreva, I.D.: Geospatial technologies and climate-glacier dynamics in the western Himalaya: Concepts, issues and research opportunities, CAS NASA Workshop on the Use of Earth Observations to Address Glacier Change and Associated Hazards in the Hindi Kush-Himalayas, Kathmandu, Nepal.
  3. Bishop, M.P.: Advanced geospatial analysis and modeling for characterizing landscape surface features and biophysical properties, Texas A&M University, College Station.
  4. Bishop, M.P.: Center for Geospatial Sciences, Applications and Technology (GEOSAT): Providing Solutions for Big Data, Trans-disciplinary and Community Issues and Problems, Texas A&M Big Data Workshop, College Station.
  5. Bishop, M.P., Houser, C., Lemmons, K.: Transforming undergraduate education through the use of analytical reasoning (TUETAR), American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
  6. Bishop, M.P., Olsenholler, J.: AgriLife UAS farm project: Preprocessing and analysis results, Texas A&M University, College Station.
  7. Bishop, M.P.: Geospatial technology solutions for precision agriculture and decision-making, Finistere Ventures Inc., College Station.
  8. Bishop, M.P.: Center for Geospatial Science, Applications and Technology: Research and collaboration opportunities, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City.
  9. Bishop, M.P.: Center for Geospatial Science, Applications and Technology: Collaborative space request for research, Texas A&M University, College Station.
  10. Bishop, M.P.: Center for Geospatial Science, Applications and Technology: Geospatial technology solutions and capabilities, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, College Station.
  11. Bishop, M.P.: Center for Geospatial Science, Applications and Technology: Collaboration opportunities and geospatial technology solutions, Texas GIS Community Meeting, Austin.
  12. Bishop, M.P.: Geospatial technologies and mountain geomorphological assessment and mapping in the western Himalaya, Worldwide University Network, Leeds, UK.
  13. Bishop, M.P.: Remote sensing and geospatial analysis for biophysical assessment and mapping, High Throughput Plant Phenotyping and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in Agriculture Workshop, College Station.
  14. Castillo CR, İ Güneralp, B Hales, B Güneralp. 2015. Spatial variability in hydrologic connectivity between a coastal river and its floodplain. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG). Chicago, IL.
  15. Dobreva, I.D., Bishop, M.P.: Topography and radiative forcing patterns on glaciers in the Karakoram Himalaya, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
  16. Dobreva, I.D., Liu, J.C., Bishop, M.P., Da, L.: Parallelization of a GIS-based spectral solar radiation model, Association of American Geographers, Chicago.
  17. Dobreva, I.D., Bishop, M.P.: Topographic effects on the spatio-temporal patterns of surface irradiance over the glaciers in the Karakoram Himalaya, Texas A&M University GIS Day, College Station.
  18. Dobreva, I.D., Liu, J.C., Bishop, M.P., Da, L.: Development, evaluation and Parallelization of a spatio-temporal, topographic, and spectral GIS-based solar radiation model, GeoComputation 2015, Dallas.
  19. Gao, H., D. Roelke, A. Quigg, J. Gunn, S. Zhang, G. Zhao, and X. Shen, Towards Monitoring and Predicting Phytoplankton Productivity over Galveston Bay: Some Preliminary Results, State of the Bay Symposium, Galveston, TX
  20. H. Gao, American Water Resources Association Annual Water Resources Conference, Denver.
  21. H. Gao, State Key Laboratory of Information Engineering in Surveying, Mapping and Remote Sensing, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China.
  22. H. Gao, School of Atmospheric Sciences, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China.
  23. H. Gao, International Association of Chinese Youth in Water Sciences (CYWater) Annual Meeting, Beijing, China.
  24. Hsu, C.-H., F. Olivera, J.L. Irish, I.E. Udoh and N. Taylor, Hurricane flood risk assessment using surge response functions. American Water Resources Association (AWRA) Spring Specialty Conference – GIS & Water Resources VIII, American Water Resources Association, Salt Lake City, Utah.
  25. Lee, K, H. Gao, M. Huang, and J. Sheffield, Future Climate Change Impacts on Extreme Events over Texas (USA) and Baja California (Mexico), World Environmental & Water Resources Congress.
  26. Lee, K, H. Gao, M. Huang, and J. Sheffield, Hydrological extremes and their agricultural impacts under a changing climate in Texas, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 95(57),
  27. Medina-Cetina Z.: Future Demands of Energy Engineers: A Risk Assessment Perspective, Congreso de Innovación, Ingeniería y Tecnología, Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Progreso, Progreso Yucatán.
  28. Medina-Cetina Z.: Bayesian Spatial Risk Assessment for Shale Gas Developments, XI Aniversario de la Unidad de Ciencias del Agua (UCIA) del CICY: Centro de Investigación Científica de Yucatán CICY.
  29. Medina-Cetina Z.: Risk Assessment on Smart Grids due to Climate Change, Center Point Energy, Houston TX.
  30. Medina-Cetina Z.: Big Data, Weather Impacts, Asset & Outage Management, Smart Grid Workshop, Challenges in Evaluating Smart Grid Solutions: Metric, Testing, Certification, Modeling and Simulation, Testbeds. College Station TX.
  31. Muis S,B Güneralp, B Jongman, J Aerts, and P Ward. Flood risk and adaptation strategies in Indonesia: a probabilistic analysis using globally available data. European Geosciences Union (EGU) General Assembly. Vienna, Austria
  32. Olivera, F., C-H Hsu and J. Irish, Hurricane Flood Damage Assessment, 7th World Water Forum, World Water Council, Daegu, Korea.
  33. Smith, C. How can Caribbean and Atlantic Studies Work Together with Digital Humanities and Visualization and Mapping Technologies? Caribbean and Atlantic Studies at Texas A&M Conference. Bryan, TX.
  34. Smith, C. GIS Resources for Urban Planners. Art Libraries Society of North America Annual Conference. Ft. Worth, TX.
  35. C. Smith Negotiating Power at the Spanish-Philippine Frontier: What Evidence of Indigenous Prestige Economies Reveals about Indigenous-Colonial Interaction. Society for American Archaeology. San Francisco, CA.
  36. Thapa, S., Bishop, M.P.: Morphographic mapping of mountain topography in the Nepalese Himalaya, Association of American Geographers, Chicago.
  37. Wei, Y., H. Gao, and D. Tang, Optimizing Irrigation Water Allocation under Multiple Sources of Uncertainty in an Arid River Basin, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 95(57)
  38. Wernette, P.A., Weymer, B.A., Houser, C., Bishop, M.P., Everett, M.: Application of GPR, EMI, and LiDAR to assess the role of antecedent geology in barrier island evolution, 28th Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems (SAGEEP), Austin.
  39. Wernette, P.A., Weymer, B.A., Houser, C., Bishop, M.P., Everett, M., Reece, B.: Using wavelet decomposition to assess the development of Padre Island National Seashore, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
  40. Yeganantham D., F. Olivera and R. Srinivasan, Hydrologic Similarity Analysis by Unsupervised Classification of Watershed’s Soft Data Received from the SWAT Model, 2015 International SWAT Conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana.
  41. Yi H, B Güneralp, AM Filippi, İ Güneralp. Spatiotemporal patterns of urbanization and their impacts on ecosystem services in San Antonio River Basin, Texas. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG). Chicago, IL.
  42. Zhang, S. and H. Gao, A New Data Fusion Algorithm for Reservoir Remote Sensing, and Surface Area in South Asia, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 95(57).
  43. Zhang, S., H. Gao and D. Roelke, Monitoring Spatial-Temporal Variations of Chlorophyll-a in Galveston Bay, State of the Bay Symposium, Galveston, TX.
  44. Zhao, G.,H. Gao, B. Naz, and S. Kao, Integrating reservoir flow regulation rules into a spatially distributed hydrological model, World Environmental & Water Resources Congress, 2015.
  45. Zhao, G.,H. Gao, B. Naz, S. Kao, and N. Voisin, Sensitivity of reservoir storage and outflow to climate change in a water-limited river basin, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 95(57).
  46. Zhao, P., Bishop, M.P.: Geomorphometric characterization of debris-covered glaciers in the Karakoram Himalaya, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
  47. Zhao, P., Bishop, M.P.: Formalizing concepts of scale for characterizing and mapping of debris-covered glaciers in the Himalaya, Association of American Geographers, Chicago.
  1. Bishop, M.P.: Geospatial technology solutions for studying debris-covered glaciers in the Himalaya, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Washington D.C.
  2. Bishop, M.P.: The complexity of climate-glacier dynamics in theKarakoram, Third CAS-NASA Workshop on the use of Earth Observations to Address Glacier Change and Associated Hazards in High Mountain Asia, Sanya, China.
  3. Bishop, M.P.: Geospatial technology and decision support solutions for rock-fall assessment and mitigation, Bureau of Reclamation, Boulder City.
  4. Bishop, M.P.: Geospatial analytics in agriculture, Monsanto Inc., College Station.
  5. Bishop, M.P.: Geospatial technology for decision support and automation in agriculture, AeroVironment Inc., College Station.
  6. Bishop, M.P.: Geospatial analytics and decision support for precision agriculture, DataStar Inc., College Station.
  7. Bishop, M.P., Dobreva, I.D., Filippi, A., Moszynski, M., Czarnul, P., Chybicki, A., Kulawiak, M.: Topographic normalization of satellite imagery: Integration of radiation transfer modeling, geovisualization, geomorphometry, and high-performance computing, Association of American Geographers, San Francisco.
  8. Bishop, M.P.: Geospatial big data research in agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Washington D.C.
  9. Bishop, M.P.: Scientific foundations for geospatial big data and CyberGIS in the Geosciences, National Science Foundation Workshop on Geospatial Data Science in the Era of Big Data and CyberGIS, Urbana-Champaign.
  10. Bishop, M.P.: Panel presentation on geospatial collaboration and partnership opportunities across academia, government, and industry, CyberGIS 2016, Urbana-Champaign.
  11. Bishop, M.P.: Scientific Visualization in the Geosciences,Texas A&M University GISDay, College Station.
  12. Bishop, M.P.: Geomorphometry and hazards assessment in the Karakoram Himalaya, NASA High-Mountain Hazards Workshop, San Francisco.
  13. Bishop, M.P., Dobreva, I.D., Bush, A.: Climate forcing and climate-glacier dynamics in the Karakoram Himalaya, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
  14. Castillo CR, İ Güneralp, B Hales, and B Güneralp. Spatial variability in hydrologic connectivity between a coastal river and its floodplain. Texas Bays and Estuaries Meeting, University of Texas – Marine Science Institute, Port Aransas, TX.
  15. Castillo CR, İ Güneralp, B Hales, and B Güneralp. Spatial variability in hydrologic connectivity between a coastal river and its floodplain. Ecological Integration Symposium, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
  16. Castillo CR, İ Güneralp, B Hales, and B Güneralp. Spatial variability in hydrologic connectivity between a coastal river and its floodplain. Texas A&M Student Research Week, College Station, TX.
  17. Castillo CR, İ Güneralp, B Hales, and B Güneralp.. Spatial variability in hydrologic connectivity between a coastal river and its floodplain. Meeting of the Texas A&M University College of Geosciences Review Board, College Station, TX.
  18. Dudley, M., Bishop, M.P.: Scale-dependent topographic anisotropy distribution patterns for assessment of mountain geodynamics in the Karakoram Himalaya, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
  19. Dudley, M., Bishop, M.P.: Utilization of topographic anisotropy for assessing erosiontectonic coupling in the Karakoram Himalaya, Geological Society of America, Denver.
  20. Filippi, AM, L Tarpley, B Güneralp, and E Guenther. Hyperspectral remote-sensing estimation of corn leaf water content. American Society for Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing (ASPRS) 2016 Annual Conference/IGTF, Fort Worth, TX.
  21. Gao, H. and S. Zhang, Towards Monitoring Reservoirs at High Temporal Resolution under All-Weather Conditions, Observations and Modeling Across Scales Symposium in Honor of Eric Wood, Princeton University.
  22. Gao H., Integrating Reservoir Regulation Scheme into a Spatially Distributed Hydrological Model. International Association of Chinese Youth in Water Sciences (CYWater) annual meeting.
  23. H. Gao, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Texas, San Antonio.
  24. H. Gao, Dept. of Geosciences, University of Texas, San Antonio.
  25. H. Gao, Dept. of Hydrologic and Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University (China).
  26. H. Gao, Center for Integrated Earth System Science, University of Texas, Austin.
  27. H. Gao, Climate Forum at Jackson School of Geosciences, University of Texas, Austin.
  28. H. Gao, Texas Water Observatory (TWO) workshop, Texas A&M University.
  29. Guenther E,AM Filippi, L Tarpley, and B Güneralp. Quantitative characterization of within-leaf spatial variability of narrow-band vegetation index values for rice leaves. American Society for Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing (ASPRS) 2016 Annual Conference/IGTF, Fort Worth, TX.
  30. Guenther E,AM Filippi, L Tarpley, and B Güneralp. 2016. Quantitative characterization of within-leaf spatial variability of narrow-band vegetation index values for rice leaves. Student Research Week (SRW) 2016, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX.
  31. Güneralp B, AS Perlstein, and KC Seto. Balancing urban growth and ecological conservation: a challenge for planning and governance in China. Urban Transitions Global Summit 2016. Shanghai, China.
  32. Güneralp B, İ Güneralp, and Y Liu. Changing global patterns of urban exposure to flood and drought hazards. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG). San Francisco, CA.
  33. Hartman, K.D., Trimble, S.M., Bishop, M.P., Houser, C.: Utilization of topographic anisotropy for assessment and detection of rip channels, Geological Society of America, Denver.
  34. Houser, C., Bishop, M.P., Wernette, P.A.: Multi-scale topographic anisotropy patterns with post-storm barrier island recovery, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
  35. Kuether, D.J., Chamitoff, G.E., Bishop, M.P.: Image analysis of flight data using GIS indices for SLAM Landmarks, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Napa.
  36. Lee, K, H. Gao, M. Huang, and G. Leng, Impact of climate change on future water supply and irrigation water demand in Texas, World Environmental & Water Resources Congress.
  37. Lee, K, H. Gao, M. Huang, and G. Leng, Estimating impact of climate change on future water supply and crop yield in Texas, Asia Oceania Geoscience Society Annual Meeting.
  38. Lee, K, T. Zhou, H. Gao, and M. Huang, Future water supply and demand in response to climate change and agricultural expansion in Texas, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 96(58).
  39. Lehner, J., Wernette, P.A., Houser, C., Bishop, M.P.: Application of topographic anisotropy for assessing barrier island morphology, Geological Society of America, Denver.
  40. Medina-Cetina Z: Introduction to Integrated Marine Site Characterization: The Role of Geology, Geophysics, and Geotechnical Engineering, A Three-Day Course, Member of the Organizing Committee and Course Speaker, Interdisciplinary Training, New Orleans LA.
  41. Medina-Cetina Z: The Yucatan Initiative, General Steering Council, Halliburton Engineering Global Programs College of Engineering at Texas A&M University, College Station TX.
  42. Medina-Cetina Z: Case Histories in Geotechnical Engineering – Subsidence Problems in Mexico (CVEN 436-689) Graduate course, Texas A&M University.
  43. Medina-Cetina Z: Offshore Geotechnics, XXVIII Reunión Nacional de Ingeniería Geotécnica y a la XIX Reunión Nacional de Profesores de Ingeniería Geotécnica, Sociedad Mexicana de Ingeniería Geotécnica, Mérida Yucatán, México.
  44. Medina-Cetina Z: Risk Assessment and Management of Spatial Processes, 6th Congreso Nacional de Investigación en Cambio Climático, CINVESTAV, Mérida Yucatán, México.
  45. Medina-Cetina Z: Risk Assessment Methodology: From Multi-Threats to Multi-Consequences, 6th Congreso Nacional de Investigación en Cambio Climático, CINVESTAV, Mérida Yucatán, México.
  46. Medina-Cetina Z: Use of Computational Particle Mechanics to Simulate the Impact that Created the Chicxulub Crater in Yucatan, Geosciences Information for Teachers GIFT Workshop, European Geosciences Union, Merida Yucatan, Mexico.
  47. Medina-Cetina Z: The Yucatan Initiative, General Steering Council, Halliburton Engineering Global Programs College of Engineering at Texas A&M University, College Station TX.
  48. Medina-Cetina Z: The Yucatan Initiative, Mexican General Consulate at the U.S., Houston, Texas.
  49. Murray, S.C., Richardson, G., Malambo, L., Shi, Y., Hartley, B., Demieville, J., Pekar, J., Thomasson, A., Popescu, S., Cope, D., Valasek, J., Olsenholler, J., Bishop, M.P., Dong, X., Rooney, W.L., Oliver, G., Ratcliff, C., Baltensperger, D., Maeda, M., Jung, J., Starek, M., Brewer, M.J., Landivar, J.A.: Temporal estimates of maize plant growth in a breeding program using ground based and unmanned aerial vehicle systems, Crop Science Society of America, Phoenix.
  50. Shen, X, H. Gao, S. Zhang, and K. Park, Potential impact of freshwater inflows on Chlorophyll a in a shallow estuary: a case study in Galveston Bay, Texas, Asia Oceania Geoscience Society Annual Meeting,
  51. Shi, Yeyin; Murray, Seth C.; Rooney, William L.; Valasek, John; Olsenholler, Jeff; Pugh, N. Ace; Henrickson, James; Bowden, Ezekiel; Zhang, Dongyan; Thomasson, J. Alex. Corn and sorghum phenotyping using a fixed-wing UAV-based remote sensing system SPIE.
  52. Smith, C. Envisioning a Geospatial Data Portal and Curation Network. Panelist. Texas Conference on Digital Libraries.
  53. C. Smith Mapping Historic Aggieland. Center for Heritage Conservation Symposium. College Station, TX.
  54. Thapa, S., Bishop, M.P.: Geomorphometry for the assessment of morphotectonic features in the Karakoram Himalaya, Pakistan, Association of American Geographers, San Francisco.
  55. Thomasson, J.A., Shi, Y., Olsenholler, J., Valasek, J., Murray, S.C., Bishop, M.P.: Comprehensive UAV agricultural remote-sensing research at Texas A&M University, International Society for Optics and Photonics, San Diego.
  56. Thompson, B. Herbert, K. Park. S. Buckner, J. Donald, W. Arant Kaspar, N. Lauland, T. Peters, D. Rodgers, C. Smith, C. Starcher, R. Steans, R. Uzwyshyn, and L. Waugh Opportunities and Challenges in Implementing a Consortial Research Data Repository. Digital Library Federation.
  57. S. Thompson and K. Park, S. Buckner, J. Donald, B. Herbert, W. Arant Kaspar, N. Lauland, T. Peters, D. Rodgers, C. Smith, C. Starcher, R. Steans, R. Uzwyshyn, and L. Waugh. A Consortial Model for Research Data Services using Dataverse. 11th International Conference on Open Repositories.
  58. S. Thompson, K. Park, R. Steans, J. Donald, B. Herbert, E. Quigley, S. Buckner, J. Donald, W. Arant Kaspar, N. Lauland, T. Peters, D. Rodgers, C. Smith, C. Starcher, R. Uzwyshyn, and L. Waugh. Diving into Data: Implementing a Data Repository at the Texas Digital Library. Texas Conference on Digital Libraries.
  59. Wernette, P.A., Houser, C., Weymer, B.A., Bishop, M.P., Everett, M., Reece, B.: Assessing the influence of framework geology on barrier island geomorphology using wavelet decomposition, Society of Exploration Geophysicists, Dallas.
  60. Wernette, P.A., Houser, C., Weymer, B.A., Bishop, M.P., Everett, M., Reece, B.: The role of geological framework in barrier island geomorphology at Padre Island National Seashore, Texas, Geological Society of America, Denver.
  61. Wernette, P.A., Houser, C., Weymer, B.A., Bishop, M.P., Everett, M., Reece, B.: Framework geology as a driver of barrier island evolution, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco.
  62. Yi H, B Güneralp, AM Filippi, İ Güneralp. Effects of land change on carbon sequestration, sediment retention, and biodiversity in the San Antonio River Basin, Texas, 1984-2010. Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG). San Francisco, CA.
  63. Zhang, S.,H. Gao, A. Quigg, D. Roelke. Remote Sensing of Spatial-Temporal Variations of Chlorophyll-a in Galveston Bay, Texas, IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium.
  64. Zhang, S., H. Gao. Reservoir Storage Monitoring from Satellite Imageries and Digital Elevation Models in South Asia, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 96(58),
  65. Zhao, G.,H. Gao, B. Naz, S. Kao, N. Voisin. Evaluating water supply resilience under future drought and urbanization, World Environmental & Water Resources Congress.
  66. Zhao, G, H. Gao, L. Cuo. Understanding the coevolving impact of future precipitation and urbanization on flood peak flows: A case study over a river basin in the United States. Chinese-American Oceanic and Atmospheric Association (COAA) annual meeting.
  67. Zhao, G.,H. Gao. Connecting climate variability with water supply reliability, EOS Trans. AGU Suppl. 96(58)
  1. Bishop, M.P., M. Bagavathiannan, A.M. Filippi, S. Murray, J. Olsenholler, S. Popescu, N. Rajan, A. Thomasson, J. Valasek. Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) and high-resolution geospatial data: Processing, information extraction, and decision support issues in agricultural research, Association of American Geographers, Boston.
  2. Bishop, M.P. GEOSAT activities and geospatial technology solutions for assessing agricultural fields, TAMU AgriLife Extension, College Station.
  3. Bishop, M.P., B.G.A. Bush, I. Dobreva, B. Young, D. Huo. Climate-topographic forcing and mountain geodynamics in the Central Karakoram Himalaya. Geological Society of America, Seattle.
  4. Gao, H., Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Duke University.
  5. Gao, H., Dept. of Geography, University of North Carolina.
  6. Gao, H., Environmental Science Division, Oak Ridge National Lab (ORNL).
  7. Huo, D.,M.P. Bishop, B. Young. Geomorphometric characterization of debris covered glaciers in the Karakoram. Association of American Geographers, Boston.
  8. Huo, D.,M.P. Bishop, B. Young. Wavelet analysis of glacier topographic properties for characterizing glacier dynamics and sensitivity to climate change in the Karakoram, Himalaya. Geological Society of America, Seattle.
  9. Lehner, J., P.A. Wernette, M.P. Bishop, C. Houser. Multi-temporal assessment of barrier island evolution in context of framework geology. Association of American Geographers, Boston.
  10. Li, Y., H. Gao, A. Quigg. Chlorophyll-a variations in the Gulf of Mexico in response to the Deep Water Horizon oil spill. Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference.
  11. Medina-Cetina, Z. Stochastic Geomechanics, Department of Ocean Engineering, Houston TX.
  12. Medina-Cetina, Z. The Yucatan Initiative Project, Binational Perspectives on Gulf of Mexico Sustainability Workshop, Research Coordination Network (RCN) – Climate, Energy, Environment and Engagement in Semiarid Regions (CE3SAR), San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
  13. Medina-Cetina, Z. Advances in system safety and reliability for risk assessment and management of energy infrastructure developments, Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference, Texas A&M University, San Diego, CA.
  14. Medina-Cetina, Z. A Computational Bayesian Framework to Parallelize an Adaptive Markov Chain Monte Carlo, SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE17), Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Atlanta GA.
  15. Mora, T.J., M.A. Vergara, F. Olivera, R. Bonasia and I. Mendoza-Sanchez. XVI World Water Congress, International Water Resources Association (IWRA), Cancun, Mexico.
  16. Young, B., M.P. Bishop, D. Huo. Geomorphometric characterization of topographic and lithological variations in the Karakoram. Association of American Geographers, Boston.
  17. Young, B., M.P. Bishop, D. Huo, L. Owen. Geomorphometric characterization of topographic structure and tectonics in the Karakoram Himalaya, Pakistan. Geological Society of America, Seattle.
  18. Wernette, P.A., C. Houser, B.A. Weymer, M. Everett, M.P. Bishop, B. Reece. Assessing the role of framework geology on barrier island geomorphology. Geological Society of America, San Antonio.
  19. Wernette, P.A., C. Houser, B.A. Weymer, M. Everett, B. Reece, M.P. Bishop. Spatially variable framework geology as a driver of barrier island development, Canadian Geophysical Union, Vancouver, Canada