Member Publications



Dr. Christopher Brown

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Associate Professor of Geography
Director of the Spatial Applications Research Center
Department of Geography, MSC MAP
New Mexico State University
PO Box 30001
Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001
575-646-3509 (Department office)
575-646-1892 (My office)
575-646-7430 (Facsimile)
Email

Water Related Publications from 2008:

Sheng, Z., C. Brown, B. Creel, R. Srinivasan, A. Michelsen, and M. Fahy. 2008. Installation of River and Drain Instrumentation Stations to Monitor Flow and Water Quality and Internet Data Sharing: NM WRRI Technical Completion Report No. 344. Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico Water Resources Research Institute.

Brown, C. 2008. "Innovaciones en la Gestión del Medio Ambiente entre Los Estados Unidos y México: El Caso de la Junta Ambiental de Buen Vecino." An invited paper in Libro del 25 Aniversario de El Colef, a collection of peer reviewed papers published by el Colegio de la Frontera Norte. Expected date of publication is fall of 2008.

Granados-Olivas, A., E. Sanchez-Flores, A. De la Mora-Covarrubias, S. Tulio De la Cruz, G, Reyes-Macías, F.Llera-Pacheco, J. Chávez, B. Creel, and C. Brown, 2008. "Roadmap of Geo-spatial Education in Mexico." ASPRS 2008 Annual Conference Proceedings. Portland, Oregon; ASPRS. April 28-May 2, 2008. ISBN 1-57083-087-8.



Dr. Heejun Chang

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Associate Professor
Department of Geography
Portland State University
1721 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97201 USA
work: 503-725-3162
fax: 503-725-3166
Website
Email

PUBLICATIONS

Book Chapters and Focus Sections

Knight, C. G., B. M. Evans, J. M. Hamlett, D.W. Lehning, M. P. Staneva, J. J. Carmichael T. N. Hristov, D. Dimitrov, V. D. Ioncheva, I. I. Nikolov, and H. Chang (2007) REKA: A Catchment Management Tool for Improving Water Quality. pp.129-138 In "Managing Water Resources in a Changing Physical and Social Environment" edited by Robinson, P.J., Jones, T., and Woo, M-K. International Geographical Union Home of Geography Publication Series, Societ? Geografica Italiana, Rome, 177pp. ISBN 978-88-88692-35-7.

Chang, H. (2006) City and Hydrology, in "Urban Geography and Urbanology" edited by Kim, I. And Park, S. Purungil Publisher. Seoul, Korea (ISBN:89-87691-67-5). (in Korean)

Ioncheva, V.D., J.M. Hamlett, B.M. Evans, T. N. Hristov, I. I. Nikolov, and H. Chang, (2002) Diffuse Pollution - The BISTRA model, in Knight, C.G. and Hristov, T.N. (eds.) River Environmental Knowledge and Assessment - REKA Applied to The Yantra River Basin, pp.25-55. University Park and Sofia, PA and Bulgaria (ISBN: 954-90485-3-5).

Refereed Journal Articles

Published and accepted

Franczyk, J., and Chang, H. (2008) Spatial analysis of water use in Oregon, USA, 1985-2005. Water Resources Management http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11269-008-9298-9

Chang, H., Franczyk, J., and Kim, C (2008) What is responsible for increasing flood risks? The case of Gangwon province, Korea. Natural Hazards http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11069-008-9266-y

Chang, H. (2008) Teaching water sustainability through visuals and student-based learning. Oregon English Journal (in press).

Duh, J., Shandas, V., Chang, H., and George, L. (2008) Rates of urbanization and the resilience of air and water quality. Science of the Total Environment (in press). http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2008.05.002

Chang, H. and Franczyk, J. (2008) Climate change, land use change, and floods: Toward an integrated assessment. Geography Compass 3 http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1749-8198.2008.00136.x

Bae, D-H, Jung, I-W., and Chang, H. (2008) Long-term trend of precipitation and runoff in Korean river basins. Hydrological Processes 22(14): 2644-2656. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/hyp.6861

Chang, H. (2008) Spatial analysis of water quality trends in the Han River basin, South Korea. Water Research 42: 3285-3304. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2008.04.006

Boeder, M. and Chang, H. (2008) Multi-scale analysis of oxygen demand trend in an urbanizing Oregon watershed. Journal of Environmental Management 87(4): 567-581. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2007.12.009

Levell, A. and Chang, H.(2008) Monitoring the Channel Process of a Stream Restoration Project in an Urbanizing Watershed: A Case Study of Kelley Creek, Oregon, USA River Research and Applications 24(2):169-182. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/rra.1050

Bae, D-H. Jung, I-W., and Chang, H. (2007) Regional impacts of climate change on water resources in Korea by using a high resolution scenario. Climate Research 35(3): 213-226. (free full text) http://dx.doi.org/10.3354/cr00704

Franczyk, J. and Chang, H. (2007) Economic impacts of climate change on water resources: Toward spatially-explicit impact assessments. The Geographical Journal of Korea 41(4): 1-12.

Chang, H. and Kwon, W-T. (2007) Spatial patterns of summer precipitation trends in South Korea, 1973-2005 Environmental Research Letters 2 045012 http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/2/4/045012

Chang, H., J. Franczyk, I-S Im, W-T. Kwon, D-H. Bae, and I-W. Jung (2007) Vulnerability of Korean water resources to climate change and population growth. Water Science and Technology 56(4): 57-62. http://dx.doi.org/10.2166/wst.2007.536

Chang, H., Franczyk, J., Bae, D-H, Jung, I-W. Im, E-S., and Kwon, W-T.(2007) Effects of climate change and population growth on Korean water resources. International Association of Hydrological Sciences 315.

Chang, H. (2007) Comparative streamflow characteristics in urbanizing basins in the Portland Metropolitan Area, Oregon, USA. Hydrological Processes 21(2):211-222 http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/hyp.6233

Graves, D and Chang, H. (2007) Hydrologic impacts of climate change in the Upper Clackamas basin of Oregon. Climate Research 33(2): 143-157. http://www.int-res.com/abstracts/cr/v33/n2/p143-158/

Chang, H., Franczyk, J., and Bae, D-H. (2006) Putting climate change into water resource management: Adaptation efforts in the U.S. U.K.,Canada, Australia, and the Netherlands. Journal of Environmental Policy 5(4): 19-50.

Chang, H. and Carlson, T.N. (2005) Water Quality During Winter Storm Events in Spring Creek, Pennsylvania, USA, Hydrobiologia, 544:321-332 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10750-005-1894-6

Chang, H. (2005) Spatial and Temporal Variations of Water Quality in the Han River and its Tributaries, Seoul, Korea, 1993-2002. Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 161: 267-284 http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11270-005-4286-7

Chang, H. and Carlson, T.N. (2004) Patterns of Nitrate and Phosphorus Transport in Central Pennsylvania Streams. The Pennsylvania Geographer. 42(2):61-74.

Chang, H. and Kim, C. (2004) Recent research trends in American Geomorphology and Hydrogeography, Journal of the Korean Geographical Society . 39(6):873-887.

Chang, H. (2004) Water Quality Impacts of Climate and Land Use Changes in Southeastern Pennsylvania, The Professional Geographer, 56(2):240-257. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.0033-0124.2004.05602008.x

Chang, H. (2003) Basin Hydrologic Response to Changes in Climate and Land Use: The Conestoga River Basin, Pennsylvania. Physical Geography, 24(3): 222-247. http://dx.doi.org/10.2747/0272-3646.24.3.222

Chang, H., Knight, C. G., Staneva, M. P. and Kostov, D. (2002) Water Resource Impacts of Climate Change in Southwestern Bulgaria. GeoJournal, 57: 159-168. http://dx.doi.org/10.1023/B:GEJO.0000003611.11187.5c

Chang, H. (2002) Spatial variations of nutrient concentrations in Pennsylvania Watersheds. Journal of the Korean Geographical Society, 37(5): 536-550

Chang, H., Evans, B. M. and Easterling, D. R. (2001) The effects of climate change on stream flow and nutrient loading. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 37(4): 973-985. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1752-1688.2001.tb05526.x

Knight, C.G., Chang, H., Staneva, M. P. and Kostov, D. (2001) A Simplified Basin Model For Simulating Runoff: The Struma River GIS. The Professional Geographer 53(4): 533-545. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/0033-0124.00303

Neff, R., Chang, H., Knight, C. G., Najjar, R. G., Yarnal, B., Walker, H.A. (2000) Impact of climate variation and change on Mid-Atlantic Region hydrology and water resources. 14(3): 207-218. (free full text) www.int-res.com/articles/cr/14/c014p207.pdf



Dr. Woonsup Choi

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Assistant Professor
Department of Geography
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
P.O. Box 413
Milwaukee, WI 53201
USA
Phone: 414-229-2671
Email

Choi, W. and B.M. Deal, "Assessing hydrological impact of potential land use change through hydrological and land use change modeling for the Kishwaukee River basin (USA)," Journal of Environmental Management, vol. 88, no.4, pp. 1119-1130, 2008

Rasmussen, P.F., S.J. Kim, and W. Choi, "Hydrologic modeling of two Canadian watersheds using the North American Regional Reanalysis data," Proceedings of the XXV Nordic Hydrological Conference, Reykjavík, Iceland, 10 pages, 2008

Choi, W. "Catchment-scale hydrological response to climate—land–use combined scenarios: A case study for the Kishwaukee River basin, Illinois," Physical Geography, vol. 29, no. 1, pp. 79-99, 2008

Choi, W., A. Moore, and P.F. Rasmussen, "Evaluation of temperature and precipitation data from NCEP-NCAR global and regional reanalyses for hydrological modeling in Manitoba," Proceedings of the 18th Canadian Hydrotechnical Conference & Symposium, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 10 pages, 2007

S.J. Kim, W. Choi, and P.F. Rasmussen, "Calibration of the SLURP hydrological model using North American Regional Reanalysis (NARR) data," Proceedings of the 18th Canadian Hydrotechnical Conference & Symposium, Winnipeg, Manitoba, 10 pages, 2007

Choi, W., "Assessing land-use change impact on direct runoff and non-point source pollutant loads in the Richland Creek basin (Illinois, USA) by applying L–THIA model," Journal of Spatial Hydrology, vol. 7, no. 1, pp. 47-65, 2007

Wang, Y., W. Choi and B.M. Deal, "Long–term impacts of land use change on non–point source pollutant loads for St. Louis Metropolitan Area, USA," Environmental Management, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 194-205, 2005



Dr. Hannah Gosnell

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Assistant Professor
Department of Geosciences
Wilkinson 104
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331-5506
541-737-1222 (voice)
541-737-1200 (fax)
Email

Gosnell, H., J. H. Haggerty, and P. A. Byorth. 2007. Ranch ownership change and new approaches to water resource management in southwestern Montana : implications for fisheries. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 43(4):990-1003.

Gosnell, H. 2001. Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act and the art of compromise: the evolution of a Reasonable and Prudent Alternative for the Animas-La Plata Project. Natural Resources Journal 41:561-626.



Dr. Chansheng He

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Professor
Department of Geography
3234 Wood Hall
Western Michigan University
Kalamazoo, MI 49008-5424
Phone: (269) 387-3425
Fax: (269) 387-3442
Website
Email

He, C. and T.E. Croley II. 2007. Application of a Distributed Large Basin Runoff Model in the Great Lakes Basin. Control Engineering Practice (SCI) Vol. 15 (2007):1001-1011.

Luo,Y., C. He, M. Sophocleous, Z. Yin, and H. Ren. 2008. Assessment of Crop Growth and Soil Water Modules in SWAT2000 Using Extensive Field Experiment Data in the Irrigation District of the Yellow River Basin. Journal of Hydrology (352):139-156.

Croley II, T.E. and C. He. 2008. Great Lakes Spatially Distributed Watershed Model and Materials Runoff. In Ji, W. (ed). 2007. Wetland and Water Resource Modeling and Assessment: A Watershed Perspective. CRC Press, New York, p 99-112.

He, C. and T.E. Croley II. 2008. Estimating Nonpoint Source Pollution Loadings in the Great Lakes Watersheds . In Ji, W. (ed). 2007. Wetland and Water Resource Modeling and Assessment: A Watershed Perspective. CRC Press, New York, p 115-127.

He, C., S. Cheng, and Y. Luo. 2007. Water Diversions and China’s Water Shortage Crisis. In Robinson, P.J., T. Jones and M-K Woo (eds), 2007. Managing Water Resources in a Changing Physical and Social Environment. IGU Home of Geography Publication Series, Società Geografica Italiana, Rome. pp. 89-102.

He, C. and T.E. Croley II. 2007. Integration of GIS and Visualization for Distributed Large Basin Runoff Modeling of the Great Lakes Watersheds. In: Scarpati and Jones (eds). Environmental Change and Rational Water Use. Orientacion Grafica Editora S.R.L., Buenos Aires, Argentina, pp. 247-260.

Croley, T. E., II, D. F. Raikow, C. He, and J. F. Atkinson, 2008. Hydrological Resource Sheds. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering (SCI) Vol. 13(9):873-885.

Croley, T. E., II, C. He, J. F. Atkinson, and D. F. Raikow, 2007. Resource Shed Definitions and Computations. NOAA Technical Memorandum GLERL-141, Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 43pp.

Croley, T.E. II. and C. He, 2006. Watershed Surface and Subsurface Spatial Intraflows. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering (SCI) Vol. 11 (1):12-20.

He, C. S. Cheng, and Y. Luo. 2005. Desiccation of the Yellow River and the South Water Northward Diversion Project. Water International (SCI) Vol. 30(2):261-268.

He, C., S. Niu, and S. Cheng. 2005. Lessons from Development of the U.S. West to China's "Go-West" Campaign. Resources Science Vol. 27 (6): 188-193.

Croley, T.E.II.and C.He. 2005. Distributed-Parameter Large Basin Runoff Model I: Model Development. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering (SCI) Vol. 10 (3):173-181.

Croley, T.E. II., C. He, and D.H. Lee.2005. Distributed-Parameter Large Basin Runoff Model II: Application. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering (SCI) Vol. 10 (3):182-191.

He, C. 2003. Integration of GIS and Simulation Model for Watershed Management. Environmental Modeling and Software (SCI) Vol. 18(8-9):809-813.

He, C., C. Shi, C. Yang, and B.P. Agosti. 2001. A Windows-Based GIS-AGNPS Interface. J. of The American Water Resources Association (SCI) Vol. 37 (2):395-406.

He, C., S.B. Malcolm, K.A. Dahlberg, and B. Fu. 2000. A Conceptual Framework for Integrating Hydrological and Biological Indicators into Watershed Management. Landscape and Urban Planning (SSCI) Vol.49(1⁄2):25-34.

He, C. 1999. Assessing Regional Crop Irrigation Requirements and Streamflow Availability for Irrigation Development in Saginaw Bay, Michigan. Geographical Analysis (SSCI) Vol. 31 (2) :169-186.

He, C. 1999. Incorporating Soil Associations into Linear Programming Models for Development of Irrigation Scenarios. Geographical Analysis (SSCI) Vol. 31 (3): 236-248.

He, C. 1999. Use of Hydrologic Budget and Chemical Data for Groundwater Assessment. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE (SCI) Vol 125 (4):234-238.

He, C. and T.C. Edens. 1999. Environmental and Economic Concerns in the Saginaw Bay Watershed: Results of A Survey of Environmental Professionals. The Great Lakes Geographer Vol. 6, Nos 1 and 2: 40-50.

Fu, B., L. Chen, and C. He, 1999. Integrating Landscape Ecological Principles and Land Evaluation for Sustainable Land Use. Journal of Environmental Sciences Vol. 11(2) :136-140.

He, C. and B. Fu, 1998. The Development of Water Resources Policy and Management in the United States. Resources Science Vol. 20 (1):71-77 (in Chinese).

He, C. and B. Fu, 1998. Nonpoint Source Pollution Control and Management in the United States. Environmental Sciences Vol. 19(5): 101-106 (in Chinese).

He, C. and C. Shi. 1998. A Preliminary Analysis of Animal Manure Distribution in Michigan for Nutrient Utilization. Journal of The American Water Resources Association (SCI) Vol. 34 (6):1341-1354.

He, C. 1997. Modeling Hydrologic Impact of Withdrawing the Great Lakes Water for Agricultural Irrigation. Journal of The American Water Resources Association (SCI) Vol. 33(5): 1055-68.

Bartholic, J.F., Y.T. Kang, N. Phillips, and C. He. 1996. Saginaw Bay Integrated Watershed Prioritization and Management System. Water Resources Update ( the University Council of Water Research Institutes (UCOWR) Issue No. 100, pp.55-59.

He, C., J.F. Riggs and Y.T. Kang. 1993. Integration of Geographic Information Systems and A Computer Model to Evaluate Impacts of Agricultural Runoff on Water Quality. Water Resources Bulletin (SCI) Vol.29,No.6. pp. 891-900.

PEER-REVIEWED PROCEEDINGS PAPERS

He, C., M.R. Rahim, P.K. Kimosop, and P. lmlahapun. 2007. Comparison of AnAGNPS and SWAT in Estimating Nonpoint Source Pollution in a Lake Michigan Watershed. Papers of Applied Geography Conferences (2007) 30:523-532 , Indianapolis, Indiana, Oct. 19-21.

He, C. , T.E. Croley, and Q. Feng. Impacts of Glacial Recession on Water Movement between the Agricultural Oasis and Desert in the inland Heihe Watershed, Northwestern China. Proc. Papers of The 3 rd International Conference on Climate and Water, pp.170-175, Finnish Environment Institute, Helsinki, Finland, 3-6 September 2007.

He C. and T.E. Croley II. 2006. Spatially Modeling Nonpoint Source Pollution Loadings in the Saginaw Bay Watersheds with the DLBRM. Pro c. Papers of American Water Resources Association GIS and Water Resources IV, Houston, Texas, May 8-10 .

Croley II, T.E. and C. He. 2005. Great Lakes Spatially Distributed Watershed Model and Materials Runoff. Proc. Papers of The International Workshop on Advanced Watershed Modeling, Water Resources Management, and Complex Environment System Studies. Nanchang , Jiangxi, China , 27 – 29, June , 12 p.

He, C. and T.E. Croley II. 2005. Estimating Spatial Distribution of Nonpoint Source Pollution Loadings Using Distributed Large Basin Runoff Mode l. Proc. Papers of The International Workshop on Advanced Watershed Modeling, Water Resources Management, and Complex Environment System Studies. Nanchang , Jiangxi, China , 27 – 29, June , 12 p.

He, C. and T.E. Croley II. 2004. Development of a 2-D large basin operational hydrologic model. Proc. of the International Federation for Automatic Control workshop on Participatory Planning and Managing Water Systems, Venice, Italy, Sept. 29-Oct.1. 12 p.

Croley II, T.E. and C. He. 2002. Great Lakes Large Basin Runoff Model. Proc. of the 2nd Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference, Las Vega, July 28-Aug.1, 5c_Croley:1-12.

He, C. and T.E. Croley II. 2002. A Developmental Framework for Two-Dimensional Large Basin Operational Hydrologic Models. Proc. of the 2nd Federal Interagency Hydrologic Modeling Conference, Las Vega, July 28-Aug.1, 5c_He:1-12.

He, C. 2001. Integration of GIS and Simulation Model for Watershed Management. Proc. of the International Congress on Modeling and Simulation, Canberra, Australia, Dec. 10-13, pp.245-250.

He, C. 2001. Modeling Land Use Effect on Urban Storm Runoff at the Watershed Scale. The 3rd ISPRS Workshop on Dynamic and Multi-Dimensional GIS & The 10th Annual Conference of CPGIS on Geoinformatics, Bangkok, Thailand, May 22-25. pp.128-131.

He, C., C. Shi, and B. Agosti. 2000. Modeling Land Use Impact on Nonpoint Source Pollution at Watershed Scale. Proc. of the 5th International Symposium on Environmental Geotechnology and Global Sustainable Development, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, Aug. 17-23, c248_187:1-11.

Pijanowski, B.C., S.H. Gage, W.E. Cooper, D.T. Long, P.L. Machemer, T.C. Edens, and C. He. 1994. A Spatially Explicit Land Transformation and Ecological Succession Model to Examine Pollution Patterns in Watersheds. Proc. of the Conference on GIS and Environment: UNEP-GRID, Warsaw, Poland, Sept. 26-28, 16 pp.

He, C., J.F. Riggs and Y.T. Kang. 1993. Integration of Geographic Information Systems and A Computer Model to Evaluate Impacts of Agricultural Runoff on Water Quality. Proc. of AWRA Geographic Information Systems and Water Resources Conference, Mobile, Alabama, March 14-17, pp.61-70.

He, C., T.C. Edens, and J. F. Bartholic. 1990. A Water Resource Management Model for Irrigation in the Saginaw Valley, Michigan. Proc. of the AWRA Symposium "Transferring Models to Users", Denver, Colorado, Nov. 4-9 , pp.13-22.

He, C., K. Kittleson, and J. Bartholic.1987. Evapotranspiration Monitored from Satellites as An Indication of Shift and Impact of Vegetation Change. Proc. of the 21st International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Oct. 26 30. pp.695-705.

RESEARCH REPORTS AND BOOK CHAPTERS

He, C., C. Shi, and B. Agosti. 1998. Modeling Nonpoint Source Pollution of the Dowagiac River Watershed, Michigan. Project Completion Report to the Cass County Conservation District and Michigan Department of Environmental Quality. 15 pp.

He, C., C. Shi, and Y.T. Kang. 1994. Modeling Agricultural Nonpoint Source Pollution Potential in Support of Environmental Decision Making. Project Report Submitted to the Saginaw Bay National Watershed Initiative, Michigan Dept of Natural Resources, Lansing, MI. 43 pp.

He, C., W.R. Enslin, Y.T. Kang, and J.F. Riggs. 1993. Data Integration for Modeling Agricultural Runoff : Success, Failure, and Future Needs. In: Saginaw Bay Watershed Environmental Information System Demonstration Project: Accomplishments and Lessons Learned. Submitted by MSU to The Consortium for International Earth Science Information Network (CIESIN) under NASA Grant #NAGW-2901. 9 pp.

He, C., Y.T. Kang, and J.F. Riggs. 1993. Assessment of Land Use Impacts on Water Quality in the Saginaw Bay Watershed. In: Saginaw Bay Watershed Environmental Information System Demonstration Project: Accomplishments and Lessons Learned. Submitted by MSU to CIESIN under NASA Grant NAGW-2901. 23 pp.

Pijanowski, B., S. Gage, C. He and T. Edens. 1993. Science Support of the Development of an Environmental Information System: Integration of Natural Science and Social Science Data Using GIS, Statistics and Models. CIESIN/NASA Project Report NAGW-2901.

He, C., W. Zhao, and T.C. Edens. 1992. Saginaw Bay Area Environmental Policy, Planning and Management Survey. Project Report to Institute of Research, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. 10 pp.

He, C., T. Zahniser, and T.C. Edens. 1992. Impact of Withdrawing Water from Saginaw Bay for Subirrigation. Project Report Submitted to the USDA Soil Conservation Service, East Lansing, MI. 47 pp.

Abreu,V.J., J.F. Bartholic, S. Campbell, and C. He, et al. 1992. Planning Future Source of Environmental Information: Meeting Information Needs of The U.S. EPA. CIESIN . 44pp.

Pijanowski, B., C. He, and B.H.C. Cheng. 1992. Integration of Human and Natural Science Data for Planning and Management within a Regional Framework: The Saginaw Bay Watershed Project. Proc. of the Building A Global Environmental Change Information Cooperative: First CIESIN Users Workshop. Nov. 16-17.

He, C., T.C. Edens, and B.E. Vieux. 1991. Water Resource Management System for Expanded Irrigation in the Saginaw Valley, Michigan. Final Report Submitted to Michigan State University Institute of Water Research, East Lansing, MI. 62 pp.

Vieux, B. and C. He. 1990. The Availability of Groundwater for Sub-Irrigation in the Saginaw Bay Area. Project Report Submitted to the USDA Soil Conservation Service, East Lansing, MI. 22 pp.

Bartholic, J.F., K.M. Kittleson, and C. He. 1988. Temperature and Reflectance Monitored from Satellites as An Indication of Shift and Impact of Vegetation Change. Final Report to NASA. Center for Remote Sensing, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. 56 pp.

Kittleson, K.M. and C. He. 1987. Saginaw Bay Area Subirrigation/Drainage Project.

Chapter 13, Subirrigation Regional Impacts: Environmental, Economic, and Social. pp.307-334.

Chapter 14. Saginaw Bay Area Subirrigation/Drainage Project. pp.335-345.

Chapter 15. Saginaw Valley Groundwater Resources: Current Condition and Trend in The Saginaw Bay, Michigan Subirrigation/Drainage Project: 1987-1988, edited by F. M. D'Itri and J.A. Kubitz, The Institute of Water Research, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI. pp.347-361.



Dr. Curtis Holder

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Department of Geography and Environmental Studies
University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
1420 Austin Bluffs Pkwy
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
Tel: 719-262-4097
Fax: 719-262-4066
Website
Email

Holder, Curtis D. 2007. Leaf water repellency as an adaptation to tropical montane cloud forest environments. Biotropica 39(6): 767-770.

Holder, Curtis D. 2007. Leaf water repellency of species in Guatemala and Colorado (USA) and its significance to forest hydrology studies. Journal of Hydrology 336(1/2): 147-154.

Holder, Curtis D. 2006. Contested visions: technology transfer, water resources, and social capital in Chilascó, Guatemala . Comparative Technology Transfer and Society 4(3): 269-283.

Holder, Curtis D. 2006. The hydrological significance of cloud forests in the Sierra de las Minas Biosphere Reserve, Guatemala . Geoforum 37(1): 82-93.

Holder, Curtis D. 2004. Rainfall interception and fog precipitation in a tropical montane cloud forest of Guatemala . Forest Ecology and Management 190(2/3): 373-384.

Holder, Curtis D. 2003. Fog precipitation in a cloud forest of the Sierra de las Minas Biosphere Reserve, Guatemala . Hydrological Processes 17(10): 2001-2010.



Dr. Shixiong (Shawn) Hu

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Department of Geography
East Stroudsburg University of PA
200 Prospect Street
East Stroudsburg, PA 18301-2999
Phone: 570-422-3733
Fax: 570-422-3198
Website
Email

Book

Wang, Zhaoyin, Shixiong Hu, Editors, Stochastic Hydraulics, 2000, Balkema Publishers, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 900p.

Refereed Research Papers

Hu, Shixiong and Ling Bian, 2008, Interoperability of functions in environmental models, A case study in hydrological modeling, International Journal of GIS, in press.

Bian, Ling and Shixiong Hu, 2007, “Identifying components for interoperable process models using concept lattices and semantic reference system”, International Journal of GIS, 21(9), pp1009-1032.

Hu, Shixiong and Athol D. Abrahams, 2006, “Partitioning the flow resistance to overland flow on rough mobile beds,” Earth Surface Processes and Landform,31, 1280–1291;

Hu, Shixiong and Athol D. Abrahams, 2005, “The effect of bed mobility on resistance to overland flow,” Earth Surface Processes and Landform 30 (11), 1461-1470;

Hu, Shixiong and Athol D. Abrahams, 2004, “Resistance to overland flow due to bed-load transport on plane mobile beds,” Earth Surface Processes and Landform, 29 (13): 1691-1701

Hu, Shixiong, et al., 2004, “Effects of watershed management on the reduction of sediment and runoff in Jialing River, China,” International Journal of Sediment Research, 19 (2): 142-148.

Wang, Zhaoyin, Shixiong Hu, Yongsheng Wu, and Xuejun Shao, 2003, “Delta process and management strategies in China,” International Journal of River basin Management, IAHR, Vol.1, No.2.

Hu, Shixiong,  Zhaoyin Wang, and Joseph Lee, 2001, “Study on the flood control and shrinkage of the Haihe River mouth,” Science in China, Series B, Vol.44, pp.240-248.

Hu, Shixiong and Onyx Wai, 2001, “Experiment study on the wave energy dissipation and cohesive sediment transport in silt coast,” International Journal of Sediment Research, No.2, pp54-64.

Bai, Yuchuan, Huanting Sheng and Shixiong Hu, 2000, “Three Dimensional Mathematical Model of Sediment transport in Estuarine Region and Case Study of the Haihe River Mouth,” International Journal of Sediment Research, Vol.15, No.4, pp67-79.



Dr. Christopher Lant

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Geography and Environmental Resources
Executive Director, Universities Council on Water Resources
Carbondale, IL 62901-4514
Ph: 618-453-6020
Website
Email

Water-related Publications

PEER-REVIEWED BOOKS

Ruhl, J.B., S.E. Kraft and C.L. Lant, 2007. The Law and Policy of Ecosystem Services: Island Press, Covelo, CA. 345pp.

Papers in Reviewed Journals and Chapters of Academic Books:

In Press

Heine, R., and C. Lant, in press. Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Stream Channel Incision in the Loess Region of the Missouri River. Annals of the Association of American Geographers.

Lant, C.L., J.B. Ruhl, and S.E. Kraft, in press. The tragedy of ecosystem services. Bioscience.

2008

Mubako, S., and C. Lant . 2008. Water resource requirements of corn-based ethanol, Water Resources Research, 44, W00A02, doi:10.1029/2007WR006683.

Duram, L., T. Loftus, J. Adams, J., C. Lant, and S. Kraft, 2008. Assessing the U.S. Watershed Management Movement: National Trends and an Illinois case study. Water International 33(2): 231-242.

2007

Hooper, B.P. and C.L. Lant. 2007. Integrated, Adaptive Watershed Management, pp 97-118 in Hanna, K. and D. Scott Slocombe (eds.) Fostering Integration: Concepts and Practice in Resource and Environmental Management. Oxford University Press, Oxford and Toronto.

2006

Lant, C.L., 2006. Water Resources Sustainability: An Ecological Economics Perspective, pp 55-72 in Water Resources Sustainability, Larry W, Mays (ed.) McGraw-Hill, WEF Press.

2005

Lant, C.L. Kraft, S.E., J. Beaulieu, D. Bennett, T. Loftus, and J. Nicklow, 2005. Using GIS-Based Ecological-Economic Modeling to Evaluate Policies Affecting Agricultural Watersheds. Ecological Economics 55(4): 467-484.

Adams, J., T. Loftus, L. Duram S. Kraft, and C. Lant. 2005. A Critique of Watershed Planning in Illinois’ Cache River Watershed. Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 18(6): 533-556.

Adams, J., S. Kraft, J.B. Ruhl, C. Lant, Tim Loftus, and L. Duram. 2005. Watershed Planning: Pseudo-democracy and Its Alternatives, The Case of the Cache River Watershed, Illinois. Agriculture and Human Values 22 (3): 327-338.

Lant, C.L., J. Beaulieu, S. Kraft, G. Malanson, J. Nicklow, R. Sengupta, 2005. Virtual Watershed: Agricultural Landscape Evolution in an Adaptive Management Framework, in Proceedings of the 2005 World Water Congress, New Delhi, India. International Water Resources Association.

2004

Kraft, S.E., J. Adams, T. Loftus, C.L. Lant, L.A. Duram, and J.B. Ruhl, 2004. "Case Study--Watershed Planning in Watersheds Dominated by Multiple, Largely-Private Owners: The Cache River of Southern Illinois" in Integrated Resource and Environmental Management (IREM): the Human Dimensions. By Ewert, Alan, Doug Baker and Glyn Bissix. Oxfordshire, OX,UK: CABI Publishing, pp 190-197.

Heine, R., C. Lant and R. Sengupta, 2004. Development and Comparison of Approaches for Automated Extraction of Stream Channel Networks. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 94(3): 477-490.

2003

Lant, C.L., 2003.Commentary: "Virtual Water and Occam’s Razor" by Stephen Merrett and "Virtual Water – the Water, Food and Trade Nexus: Useful Concept or Misleading Metaphor?" by Tony Allan, Water International 28 (1): 113-115.

2001

Lant, C.L. T. Loftus, S. Kraft, and D. Bennett, 2001. Land use dynamics in a southern Illinois watershed. Environmental Management 28(3): 325-340.

1999

Lant, C.L, 1999. Introduction: Human dimensions of watershed management, Journal of the American Water Resources Association 35(3): 483-486.

Brown, P.H. and C.L. Lant, 1999. The effect of mitigation banking on the achievement of no net loss. Environmental Management, 23(3): 333-345.

1997

Lant, C.L., 1997. "The Influence of Social and Agricultural Trends on Water Quality: Implications for Future Policies." In Clearfield, F. and S.E. Kraft (eds.) Influence of Social Trends on Agricultural Natural Resources. RCA III, Working Paper No. 19G, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Washington, DC.

1996

Kraft, S.E., C.L.Lant, and K. Gillman, 1996. WQIP: An assessment of its chances for acceptance by farmers: Survey results, Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 51(6):494 498.

1995

Lant, C.L. and J. Sherrill, 1995. The Role of NIMBY Groups in 22 Sanitary Landfill Sitings in Illinois. Environmental Professional 17(3): 243 250.

Lant, C.L., S.E. Kraft and K.R. Gillman, 1995. Enrollment of Filter Strips and Recharge Areas in the CRP and USDA Easement Programs, Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 50(2): 193 200.

Lant, C.L., S.E. Kraft and K.R. Gillman, 1995. The 1990 Farm Bill and water quality in Corn Belt watersheds: Conserving remaining wetlands and restoring of farmed wetlands, Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 50(2): 201 205.

1994

Kraft, S.E. and C.L. Lant, 1994. WQIP as Environmental Policy An Assessment for the 1995 Farm Bill. In A.A. Sorensen (ed.) Agricultural Conservation Alternatives: The Greening of the Farm Bill. DeKalb, IL: American Farmland Trust.

Lant, C.L., 1994. The Role of Property Rights in Economic Research on U.S. Wetlands Policy. Ecological Economics 11 (1994): 27 33.

Davie, D. Kevin and C.L. Lant, 1994. The Effect of CRP Enrollment on Sediment Loads in Two Southern Illinois Streams. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 49(4): 407 412.

1993

McCorvie, M.R. and C.L. Lant, 1993. Drainage District Formation and the Loss of Midwestern Wetlands, 1860 1930. Agricultural History 67(4): 13 39.

Lant, C.L., 1993. The Social Acceptability of Water Conservation in Springfield, Illinois. Journal of the American Water Works Association, 85(8):85 89.

1991

Mullens, J.B. and C.L. Lant, 1991. Recreators’ vs Managers’ Perceptions of Water Quality in Illinois Recreational Lakes, Illinois Parks and Recreation 22(6):33 34.

Lant, C.L. and J. Mullens, 1991. Lake and River Quality for Recreation Management and Contingent Valuation, Water Resources Bulletin, 27(3): 453 460.

Lant, C.L., 1991. The potential of the Conservation Reserve Program to Control Agricultural Water Pollution, Environmental Management 15(4): 507 518.

1990

Lant, C.L. and R.S. Roberts, 1990. Greenbelts in the Cornbelt: Riparian Wetlands, Intrinsic Values, and Market Failure, Environment and Planning A 22: 1375 1388.

1989

Lant, C.L. and G.A. Tobin, 1989. The Economic Value of Riparian Corridors in Cornbelt Floodplains: A Research Framework, The Professional Geographer 41(3): 337-349.

PAPERS IN EDITED JOURNALS AND BOOKS

Lant, C.L. 2008. "Hydrology" in Encyclopedia of Rural America (ed.) Gary Goreham.

Lant, C.L., 2005. Water Resources Policy Issues in Illinois. Paper invited for the Occasional Series of the Paul Simon Public Policy Institute.

Lant, C.L., J. Beaulieu, S. Kraft, G. Malanson, J. Nicklow, R. Sengupta, 2005. Virtual Watershed: Agricultural Landscape Evolution in an Adaptive Management Framework. Proceedings: 12th World Water Congress. International Water Resources Association.

Nicklow, J.W., S.E. Kraft, C.L. Lant, and E.G. Bekele. 2005. Virtual Watershed: Steps Toward Cost-Effective Generation of Ecosystem Services in Rural Watersheds. Proceedings: 12th World Water Congress. International Water Resources Association.

Lant, C.L., 2004. Water resources sustainability: An ecological economics perspective, Water Resources Update 127: 20-30.

Smith, E.T., and C.L. Lant, 2004. Water Resources and Sustainability: A Guide to this Issue, Water Resources Update 127: 1-5.

Ruhl, J.B., C.L. Lant, S.E. Kraft, J. Adams, L. Duram, T. Loftus, 2003. Proposal for a Model State Watershed Management Act, Environmental Law (Lewis and Clark Law School) 33(4): 929-948.

James, A.L. and C.L. Lant, 2003. Water resources issues for the new millennium: Geographic perspectives, Water Resources Update 126: 1-5.

Lant, C.L., 2003. Watershed Governance in the United States: The Challenges Ahead, Water Resources Update 126: 21-28.

Lant, C.L., 2003. "The 2002 Farm Bill as a Water Resources Management Failure" Water Resources Impact 5(1): 22-24.

Lant, C.L., 2001. "Water and Agriculture," entry in Water Sciences, Macmillan Science Library.

Lant, C.L., 1998. The Changing Nature of Water Management and its Reflection in the Academic Literature, Water Resources Update, 110: 18-22.

Lant, C.L., 1987. Greenbelts: An Economic Analysis of Riparian Corridors in the Agricultural Midwest, Research in Contemporary and Applied Geography 11(1):1-9.

EDITED BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS

Lant, C.L. (ed.), 1999. Human Dimensions of Watershed Management. AWRA Monograph Series No.20. American Water Resources Association, Herndon, VA.



Dr. Kelli L. Larson

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Assistant Professor
Schools of Geographical Sciences and Sustainability
Arizona State University Tempe, AZ 85287-5302
480-727-3603
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Recent Water Resources Publications

Hirt, P., A. Gustafson and K. Larson. 2008. The mirage in the Valley of the Sun. Environmental History. 13: 482-514..

Larson, K.L. and D. Lach. 2008. Participants and non-participants of place-based groups: An assessment of attitudes and implications for public involvement in water resource management, Journal of Environmental Management 88: 817-830. Online 11 June 2007.

Larson, K. L. and M. V. Santelmann. 2007. An analysis of the relationship between residents’ proximity to water and attitudes about resource protection. Professional Geographer. 59 (3): 316-333.



Dr. Xingong Li

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Department of Geography
University of Kansas
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Water publications for 2008:

Li, X., R. J. Rowley, J. C. Kostelnick, D. Braaten, and J. Meisel (in press) GIS analysis of global inundation impacts from sea level rise. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing.

Li, X. and M. Williams (2008) Snowmelt runoff modeling in an arid mountain watershed, Tarim Basin, China. Hydrological Processes, 22: 3931-3940.



Dr. Richard A. Marston

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785-532-6727
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Water Resources Publications

Edited Books and Special Issues of Journals (refereed)

Marston, R.A. and Hasfurther, V. (eds.) 1994. Effects of Human-Induced Changes on Hydrologic Systems. Proceedings of the 1994 Summer Symposium, American Water Resources Association: Jackson, WY, 1182 pp.

Abrahams, A.D. and Marston, R.A. (eds.). 1993. Drainage Basin Sediment Budgets--A Collection of Papers Presented at the Third International Geomorphology Conference, Hamilton, Ontario, August 1993. Physical Geography 14(3): 221-224 (special issue).

Ostresh, L.M, Marston, R.A. and Hudson, W.M. (eds.) 1990. Wyoming Water Atlas. Wyoming Water Development Commission and University of Wyoming: Cheyenne and Laramie, WY, 124 pp.

B. Monographs and Special Issues of Journals

Marston, R.A. and Halihan, T. 2007. Geomorphic Adjustment of the Washita River, Washita Battlefield National Historic Site, Oklahoma. Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/NRPC/WRD/NRTR—2007/070. USDI National Park Service, Natural Resource Program Center: Fort Collins, CO, 82 pp.

Miller, M.M. and Marston, R.A. (eds.) 1989. Environment and Society in the Manaslu-Ganesh Region of the Central Nepal Himalaya. Foundation for Glacier and Environmental Research: Moscow, ID, 110 pp.

Lloyd, W.J. and Marston, R.A. 1982. Streamflow in the Rio Grande at Fort Quitman. Border Issues and Public Policy Paper, Center for Inter American and Border Studies, U.T. El Paso: El Paso, TX, 9 pp.

C. Refereed Journal Articles

Marston, R.A. 2008. Presidential Address: Land, life, and environmental change in mountains. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 98(3): 507-520.

Dauwalter, D.C., Splinter, D.K., Fisher, W.L. and Marston, R.A. 2008. Biogeography, ecoregions, and geomorphology affect fish species composition in streams of eastern Oklahoma, USA. Environmental Biology of Fishes 82: 237-249.

Dauwalter, D.C., Splinter, D.S., Fisher, W.L. and Marston, R.A. 2007. Geomorphology and stream habitat relationships with smallmouth bass abundance at multiple spatial scales in eastern Oklahoma. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 64(8): 1116-1129.

Kang, R.S. and Marston, R.A. 2006. Geomorphic effects of rural-to-urban land use conversion on three streams in the central Redbed Plains of Oklahoma. Geomorphology 79(3-4): 488-506 [also republished as the book chapter listed below].

Marston, R.A., Mills, J.D., Wrazien, D.R., Bassett, B. and Splinter, D.K. 2005. Effects of Jackson Lake Dam on the Snake River and its floodplain, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA. Geomorphology 71(1–2): 79–98 [also republished as the book chapter listed below].

Cornwell, K., Norsby, D. and Marston, R. 2003. Drainage, sediment transport, and denudation rates on the Nanga Parbat Himalaya, Pakistan. Geomorphology 55(1-4): 25-43.

Marston, R.A., Bravard, J-P., Green, T. 2003. Impacts of reforestation and gravel mining on the Malnant River, Haute-Savoie, French Alps. Geomorphology 55(1-4): 65-74.

Marcus, W.A., Marston, R.A., Colvard, C.R. and Gray, R.D. 2002. Mapping the spatial and temporal distributions of woody debris in streams of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, USA. Geomorphology 44(3-4): 323-335.

Marston, R.A. and Dolan, L.S. 1999. Effectiveness of sediment control structures relative to spatial patterns of soil loss in an arid upland watershed. Geomorphology 31(1): 313-324.

Piegay, H. and Marston, R.A. 1998. Distribution of large woody debris along the outer bend of meanders in the Ain River, France. Physical Geography 19(4): 318-340.

Marston, R.A., Fritz, D.E. and Nordberg, V. 1997. The impact of debris torrents on substrates of mountain streams. Geomorphologie: Relief, Processus, Environement 1: 21-32.

Marston, R.A., Kleinman, J., and Miller, M.M. 1996. Geomorphic and forest cover controls on flooding: central Nepal Himalaya. Mountain Research and Development 16(3): 257-264.

Marston, R.A., Girel, J., Pautou, G., Piegay, H., Bravard and Arneson, C. 1995. Channel metamorphosis, floodplain disturbance, and vegetation development: Ain River, France. Geomorphology 13: 121-131 [also republished as the book chapter listed below].

Marston, R.A. 1994. River entrenchment in small mountain valleys of the western USA—influence of beaver, grazing, and clearcut logging. Revue de Géographie de Lyon 69(1): 11-15.

Abrahams, A.D. and Marston, R.A. 1993. Drainage basin sediment budgets—an introduction. Physical Geography 14(3): 221-224.

Marston, R.A. and Anderson, J.E. 1991. Watersheds and vegetation of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Conservation Biology 5(3): 338-346.

Marston, R.A., Pochop, L.O., Kerr, G.L., Varuska, M.L. and Veryzer, D.J. 1991. Recent glacier changes in the Wind River Range, Wyoming. Physical Geography 12(2): 115-123.

Marston, R.A. and Haire, D.H. 1990. Runoff and soil loss following the 1988 Yellowstone fires. Great Plains/Rocky Mountain Geographical Journal 18(1): 1-8.

Mills, J.D. and Marston, R.A. 1990. Spatial trends in channel morphology of the Snake River, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming. Great Plains/Rocky Mountain Geographical Journal 18(1): 108-117.

Marston, R.A. 1989. Particulate and dissolved losses of nitrogen and phosphorus from forest and agricultural soils. Progress in Physical Geography 13(2): 234-259.

Marston, R.A., Dupuy, J.R. and Raksaskulwong, M.S. 1985. Aquifer modeling with integrated geophysical surveys in an alluvial filled tectonic trough. Hydrological Science and Technology 1(2): 21 26.

Lloyd, W.J. and Marston, R.A. 1985. Municipal and industrial water supply in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Water Resources Bulletin 21(5): 841 849.

Marston, R.A. and Lloyd, W.J. 1985. River budget for the Rio Grande, El Paso Juarez Valley. Journal of Arid Environments 8(2): 109 119.

Lloyd, W.J. and Marston, R.A. 1982. Recent streamflow trends in the Rio Grande below El Paso. Texas Journal of Science 34(2): 137 148.

Marston, R.A. 1982. The geomorphic significance of log steps in forest streams. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 72(2): 99 108.

Schmidt, R.H., Jr. and Marston, R.A. 1981. Los Medanos de Samalayuca, Chihuahua, Mexico. New Mexico Journal of Science 21(2): 21 27.

D. Refereed Chapters in Books/Monographs

Kang, R.S. and Marston, R.A. 2006. Geomorphic effects of rural-to-urban land use conversion on three streams in the central Redbed Plains of Oklahoma. Pages 488-506 in James, L.A. and Marcus, W.A. (eds.), The Human Role in Changing Fluvial Systems. Binghamton International Series in Geomorphology 37, Elsevier: Amsterdam, NETH, 363 pp.

Marston, R.A., Mills, J.D., Wrazien, D.R., Bassett, B. and Splinter, D.K. 2005. Effects of Jackson lake Dam on the Snake River and its floodplain, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming, USA. Pages 79-98 in: Dams and Geomorphology, Beyer, P. (ed.). Binghamton International Series in Geomorphology 34, Elsevier: Amsterdam, NETH, in press.

Marston, R.A. and Lloyd, W.L. 2005. Geographical hydrology of the El Paso-Ciudad Juarez border region. Pages 242-248 in: Water for Texas, Norwine, J., Giardino, J.R. and Krishnamurthy, S. (eds.). Texas A&M Press: College Station, TX, 271 pp.

Marcus, W.A., Aspinall, R.J., Marston, R.A., 2004. Geographic information systems and surface hydrology in mountains. Pages 343-379 in Shroder, Jr., J.F. and Bishop M.P. (eds.), Geographic Information Science and Mountain Geomorphology. Springer-Praxis: Chichester, UK, 486 pp.

Marston, R.A. and Furin, D.M. 2004. Reclamation of surface coal-mined lands in northwest Colorado. WorldMinds: Geographical Perspectives on 100 Problems. Chapter 84 (pp. 515-519) in Janelle, D., Warf, B. and Hansen, K. (eds.). Kluwer: Dordrecht, NETH, 635 pp.

Cornwell, K., Norsby, D. and Marston, R. 2003. Drainage, sediment transport, and denudation rates on the Nanga Parbat Himalaya, Pakistan. Pages 25-43 in Mountain Geomorphology: Integrating Earth Systems, Butler, D.R., Walsh, S.J. and Malanson, G.P. (eds.). Binghamton International Series in Geomorphology 32, Elsevier: Amsterdam, NETH, 398 pp.

Marston, R.A., Bravard, J-P., Green, T. 2003. Impacts of reforestation and gravel mining on the Malnant River, Haute-Savoie, French Alps. Pages 65-74 in Mountain Geomorphology: Integrating Earth Systems, Butler, D.R., Walsh, S.J. and Malanson, G.P. (eds.). Binghamton International Series in Geomorphology 32, Elsevier: Amsterdam, NETH, 398 pp.

Marston, R.A. and Dolan, L.S. 1999. Effectiveness of sediment control structures relative to spatial patterns of soil loss in an arid upland watershed. Pages 313-324 in: Changing the Face of the Earth--Engineering Geomorphology, Giardino, J.R., Marston, R.A. and Morisawa, M.A. (eds.). Binghamton International Series in Geomorphology 28, Elsevier: Amsterdam, NETH, 439 pp.

Marston, R.A., Girel, J., Pautou, G., Piegay, H., Bravard, J.P. and Arneson, C. 1995. Channel metamorphosis, floodplain disturbance, and vegetation development: Ain River, France. Pages 121-131 in: Biogeomorphology, Hupp, C.R., Osterkamp, W.R. and Howard, A. (eds.). Binghamton International Series in Geomorphology 26, Elsevier: Amsterdam, NETH, 347 pp. [published originally as the refereed journal article listed above].

Ostresh, L.M, Marston, R.A. and Hudson, W.M. 1990. Wyoming Water Atlas. Wyoming Water Development Commission and University of Wyoming: Cheyenne and Laramie, WY, 124 pp. [15 chapters authored or co-authored]

Marston, R.A. 1989. Geomorphology. Pages 70-94 in: Geography in America, Gaile, G.L. and Willmott, C.J. (eds.), Merrill: Columbus, OH, 840 pp.

Marston, R.A. and Kleinman, J. 1989. Geomorphic estimates of bankfull discharge in the Manaslu-Ganesh Himal. Pages 33-46 in: Environment and Society in the Manaslu-Ganesh Region of the Central Nepal Himalaya, Miller, M.M. and Marston, R.A. (eds.). Foundation for Glacier and Environmental Research: Moscow, ID, 110 pp.

Marston, R.A., Kleinman, J., Dace, J., Ray-Dace, T., Miller, M.M., Kaltenborn, B., Fredericks, D., McConnell, J. and Miller, G. 1989. Accelerated sediment production in a small subalpine watershed of the Manaslu Himal. Pages 58-64 in: Environment and Society in the Manaslu-Ganesh Region of the Central Nepal Himalaya, Miller, M.M. and Marston, R.A. (eds.). Foundation for Glacier and Environmental Research: Moscow, ID, 110 pp.

Miller, M.M. and Marston, R.A. 1989. Glacial response to climate change and epeirogeny in the Nepalese Himalaya. Pages 65-88 in: Environment and Society in the Manaslu-Ganesh Region of the Central Nepal Himalaya, Miller, M.M. and Marston, R.A. (eds.). Foundation for Glacier and Environmental Research: Moscow, ID, 110 pp.

E. Proceedings/Transactions/Field Guides (edited but not refereed)

Marston, R.A., Marcus, W.A., Gray, R.D., Colvard, C.R. 1999. Mapping the spatial and temporal distributions of large woody debris in rivers of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, USA. International Association of Geomorphologists, Yangtze Fluvial Conference: Shanghai, CHINA, 11pp.

Graf, W.L., Hirschboeck, K.K., Marston, R.A., Pitlick, J. and Schmidt, J.C. 1997. The implications of a changing physical landscape for western water policy. Hearings of the Presidential Western Water Policy Review Advisory Commission: Tempe, AZ, 22 pp.

Marston, R.A. and Wick, D.A. 1994. Natural variability and forestry impacts in mountain streams of southeastern Wyoming. Pages 225-234 in Proceedings of the 1994 Summer Symposium, American Water Resources Association: Jackson, WY, 1182 pp.

Marston, R.A. 1994. Field Guide to the Snake River Technical Tour, Grand Teton National Park. American Water Resources Association: Jackson Hole, WY, 14 pp.

Marston, R.A. 1993. L'homme et la rivière dans les Montagnes Rocheuses (E.U.)--réponse au changement naturel et à l'intrusion humaine. Pages 25-30 in F. Piquet (ed.), Le Fleuve et ses Metamorphoses, Actes du Colloque International, Université Lyon II--Jean Moulin: Lyon, FRA, 527 pp.

Marston, R.A. 1991. Channel morphology and dynamics as applied to riparian systems. Pages 15-24 in Proceedings of the Riparian Workshop, Conducted for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department by the Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research: Laramie, WY, 151 pp.

Pochop, L.O., Marston, R., Kerr, G., Veryzer D., Varuska, M. and Jacobel, R. 1990. Glacial icemelt as a contribution to watershed runoff, Wind River Range, Wyoming. Proceedings of the Watershed Management Symposium, American Society of Civil Engineers: Durango, CO, pp. 118-124.

Marston, R.A., Pochop, L.O., Kerr, G.L. and Varuska, M.L. 1989. Recent trends in glaciers and glacier runoff, Wind River Range, Wyoming. Pages 159-169 in Proceedings of the Headwaters Hydrology Symposium, American Water Resources Association: Missoula, MT, 708 pp.

Dolan, L. and Marston, R.A. 1988. Factors influencing rainsplash erosion and runoff in an arid watershed. Proceedings of a Symposium on Water Resources and Related Issues, American Society of Civil Engineers, Wyoming Section: Cheyenne, WY, pp. 137-142.

Marston, R.A. and Blount, H.G. 1986. Shuttle Imaging Radar (SIR A) coverage of southwest New Mexico. Pages 52-59 in Geology of South-central New Mexico, Guidebook for the 1986 Field Conference, El Paso Geological Society: El Paso, TX, 165 pp.

Guthrie, R.S. and Marston, R.A. 1986. Relict (Late Tertiary) pediments and alluvial fans, Sierra Boca Grande, northwestern Chihuahua. Pages 49-51 in Geology of South-central New Mexico, Guidebook for the 1986 Field Conference, El Paso Geological Society: El Paso, TX, 165 pp.

Marston, R.A. 1984. Persistence of maneuver caused erosion impacts on desert sand dunes. Proceedings of the 25th International Geographical Congress, International Geographical Union: Paris, FRA, p. 30.

Marston, R.A. 1983. Dust storm potential in the Chihuahuan Desert, Mexico. Pages 403-410 in Geology and Mineral Resources of North Central Chihuahua, Guidebook for the 1983 Field Conference, El Paso Geological Society: El Paso, TX, 455 pp.

Schmidt, R.H., Jr. and Marston, R.A. 1983. The Samalayuca Dune Field, Chihuahua, Mexico. Pages 417-423 in Geology and Mineral Resources of North Central Chihuahua, Guidebook for the 1983 Field Conference, El Paso Geological Society: El Paso, TX, 455 pp.

Marston, R.A., Goodell, P.C., Hoffer, R.L. and Keller, G.R. 1982. An integrated Landsat, geological, geophysical, geochemical survey for mineral occurrences in west central Utah. Pages 843-851 in Proceedings of the International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, Second Thematic Conference, Remote Sensing for Exploration Geology: Ft. Worth, TX, 987 pp.

Marston, R.A. and Schmidt, R.H. 1981. Geomorphic parameters of Los Medanos de Samalayuca, Chihuahua, Mexico. Pages 22-25 in Geology of the Border, Southern New Mexico Northern Chihuahua, Guidebook for the 1981 Field Conference, El Paso Geological Society: El Paso, TX, 96 pp.

Maxwell, J.R. and Marston, R.A. 1981. Geomorphic indices of hydrologic characteristics. Pages 1-12 in Proceedings of the Watershed Management Symposium, American Society of Civil Engineers: Boise, ID, 1100 pp.

Marston, R.A. 1978. A synoptic approach to assessing nonpoint sources of sediment from forested watersheds. Pages 351-370 in Proceedings, Symposium on Nonpoint Sources of Pollution from Forested Land, Southern Illinois University: Carbondale, IL, 400 pp.



Dr. Katharine Meehan

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Department of Geography and Regional Development
University of Arizona
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Water Related Publications from 2008:

Varady, R.G., Meehan, K., and E. McGovern. (In press and available online) "Charting the emergence of 'global water initiatives' in world water governance." Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 33.

Varady, R.G., Meehan, K., Rodda, J., McGovern, E. and M. Iles-Shih. (2008) "Strengthening global water initiatives to sustain world water governance." Environment 50(2): 19-31.



Dr. D. Chongo Mundende

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Langston University
323 Ag Research, Education, and Extension Complex
Langston, OK 73050
Phone: 405.466.6154
Fax: 405.466.6177
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2007 Soil and water conservation. Encyclopedia of Oklahoma History and Culture, http:/digital.library.okstate.edu/ encyclopedia/entries/S/SO005.html (accessed October 30, 2007).

2004 Saving the land: Soil and water conservation in Oklahoma . The Chronicles of Oklahoma LXXXII, 1 (Spring): 4-31.

Wetlands. Langston University Cooperative Extension-Outreach Service, Langston , OK.

Wetlands and watersheds. Langston University Cooperative Extension-Outreach Service, Langston , OK.

Wetlands in Oklahoma . Langston University Cooperative Extension-Outreach Service, Langston , OK.



Dr. William James Smith, Jr.

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Assistant Professor
Department of Environmental Studies
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
4505 Maryland Parkway, Box 454030
Las Vegas, Nevada 89154-4030
phone: (702) 895-4439 (4440 if urgent)
fax: (702) 895-4436
Website
Email

Books

Published

Wang, Smith Jr., Byrne. 2005. Water Conservation-Oriented Rates: Strategies to Extend Supply, Promote Equity, & Meet Minimum Flow Levels. American Water Works Association. Denver, CO. (Book available at AWWA Web site.)

Book Chapters and Focus Sections

Smith Jr. 2008. Focus section on "Linkages between water conservation and human rights" and edited 2 sections in Manual on the Right to Water and Sanitation. Centre on Housing Rights and Evictions, Right to Water Programme, American Association for Advancement of Science – Science and Human Rights Programme, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT Water, Sanitation and Infrastructure Branch). Available at http://www.cohre.org/store/attachments/RWP-Manual-water.pdf

Wang and Smith Jr. 2007. Chapter on "Enhancing Sustainability in River Basin Management Through Conflict Resolution: Comparative Analysis from the U.S. and South Korea." In Water: Source for Cooperation or Conflict, ed. Velma I. Grover. Published in India by Oxford and IBH Ltd. and in the U.S. by Science Publishers Ltd.

Refereed Journal Articles

Published and accepted

Smith Jr. Forthcoming 2008. "A Geographic Analysis of the Impact of Scale and Isolation on Coping with Hazards on Small Islands." Technology and Society, Journal of the IEEE Society on Social Implications of Technology 27 (3): 39-47.

Smith Jr. Forthcoming September 2008. "The place of rural, remote and least wealthy small islands in international water development: The nexus of geography-technology-sustainability in Chuuk State, Federated States of Micronesia." The Geographic Journal 174(3)251-268.

Smith Jr. and Wang. 2007. "Conservation rates: the best 'new' source of urban water during drought." Water & Environment Journal 22(2):100-116.

Refereed Proceedings

Published

Smith Jr., Scozzafava, and Heung. 2003. "Institutional Basin Conflict Resolution in the U.S. & South Korea." Proceedings of the Conference on International Watershed Management, New York City. Refereed proceedings of the American Water Resources Association.

Monographs, Technical Reports, Refereed Posters

Smith Jr. 2003. Improving Access to Safe Water in Chuuk State, Federated States of Micronesia: GIS Capacity Building for Environmental Outreach via Low Cost, Low Tech & Participatory Basin Management, Guam. Technical Report for the U.S. Department of the Interior.

Byrne, Wang, Shen, Zhou, Yamaguchi, Manuta, Smith Jr., Gopakumar, Wagley, Linn, Gregory, Wicker, Iyer. 2001. Off-Grid Renewable Options for Electrification in Western China. Report sponsored by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy, W. Alton Jones Foundation and Chinese Government s Ministry of Agriculture. Available at http://www.nrel.gov/docs/fy05osti/37678.pdf.

Non-Refereed Publications, Television, and On-Line Works

Smith Jr. 2008. Two television interviews with CNN regarding the sustainability of development and water management in Las Vegas and the Lower Colorado River Basin.


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