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Wright, D. J.
Wright, Dawn
Wright, Dawn J.
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1961-...
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Bartlett, Darius J. (1955-)
Breman, Joe (1970- ))
Cummins, Valerie (1974-)
Dwyer, Ned
Earle, Sylvia Alice (1935-....))
Gallo, David G.
Scholz, Astrid J.
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3-D benthic terrain mapping and modeling in American Samoa
Academic Pursuits Virtual Seminars in GIS : Academic Future or Flash in the Pan?
Arc marine : GIS for a blue planet
ArcGMT: A suite of tools for conversion between Arc/INFO and Generic Mapping Tools (GMT)
Bathymetry of the Tonga Trench and Forearc: a map series
Benthic Habitat Characterization for Coastal Management and Marine Protected Areas: American Samoa
benthic terrain classification scheme for American Samoa, A
Breaking New Ground: Estimates of Crack Depth Along the Axial Zone of the East Pacific Rise (9 12'-54'N)
Campus-Wide Idrisi GIS Upgrade
Coastal and marine geography
Coastal informatics : web atlas design and implementation
Collaborative Research: A Distributed Data Management System to Support Arctic Geology and Geophysics Programs
Collaborative Research: Marine Metadata Interoperability Project
Crustal Cracking Along Multi-Segment Portions of the Juan de Fuca Ridge and its Relation to Ridge Segmentation
Crustal Fissuring and Its Relationship to Magmatic and Hydrothermal Processes on the East Pacific Rise Crest 9 12' - 54'N)
Crustal fissuring on the crest of the southern East Pacific Rise, 17° 15'-40'S
Customization of the Arc Marine Data Model to Support Whale Tracking via Satellite Telemetry, A
Data from the deep: Implications for the GIS community
Data management a top priority?
Demystifying the persistent ambiguity of GIS as ``Tool'' versus ``Science''
Demystifying the Persistent Ambiguity of GIS As "tool" Versus "science"
Derivation and Integration of Shallow-Water Bathymetry: Implications for Coastal Terrain Modeling and Subsequent Analyses
Distance Education in Geographic Information Science: Arena Symposium and An Informal Survey
Dynamics of Extensional Convergent Margins & the Origin of Supra-Subduction Zone Ophiolites: Hypothesis Testing in the Tonga Forearc
emergence of spatial cyberinfrastructure, The
Environmental Satellite Data and Information Program
Evaluating data models and related GIS tools for marine and atmospheric applications
Extending the Oregon Coast Geospatial Clearinghouse to Support the OGC Web Mapping Standard 1.0
Extension of the Marine Institute's Marine Data Repository to Include Biological Data and Development of Supporting Tools
Formation and development of fissures at the East Pacific Rise: Implications for faulting and magmatism at mid-oceanridges
From pattern to process on the deep ocean floor: A geographic information system approach
Geospatial Framework for the Coastal Zone: National Needs for Coastal Mapping and Charting: National Needs for Coastal Mapping and Charting, A
Getting to the bottom of it: Tools, techniques, and discoveries of deep ocean geography
GIS: Tool or science? demystifying the persistent ambiguity of GIS as "tool versus "science"
Infrastructure for data sharing, spatial analysis, resource decision-making, and societal impact:the Oregon coastal atlas
Initial Results of Submersible Dives and Multibeam Mapping to Investigate Benthic Habitats of Tutuila, American Samoa
Integrated Web Mapping - Serving and Integration of GIS Data from Distributed Sources on Distributed Map Servers
Integration of Historical Groundfish Habitat Data WithNew High Resolution Remote Sensing Data on Heceta Bank, Oregon
Integration of submersible transect data and high-resolution multibeam sonar imagery for a habitat-based groundfish assessment of Heceta Bank, Oregon
Internet GIS at Oregon State University
ITR/ACS: Computational Environment Infrastructure with Applications to Mid Ocean Ridge Research: The 'Virtual Research Vessel' Prototype
ITR/IM: Infrastructure for Data Sharing, Spatial Analysis, Resource Decision-Making, and Societal Impact: TheOregon Coastal Atlas
Living on the edge with the Oregon coastal atlas
Making scientific data sets easier to find, access, and use
Marine and coastal geographical information systems, 2000:
Marine geography in support of 'reefs at risk'
Marine GIS and Satellite Remote Sensing for Ocean and Coastal Resource Management
Multi-level, 'Humane' Interfaces to Improve the Usability of the National Geospatial Data Clearinghouse
New Collaborative Research with the Sustainable Seas Expeditions at the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary (American Samoa)
new object-oriented data model for coasts, seas, and lakes, A
novel landscape ecology approach for determining habitat correlations and macrofaunal patchiness in extreme environments: pilot study for the Southern East Pacific Rise at 17-18oS., A
Ocean globe
Ocean solutions, earth solutions
Place matters : geospatial tools for marine science, conservation, and management in the Pacific Northwest
Public Education and Outreach Materials for the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary
Quest for a High-resolution Map of the Oregon Territorial Seafloor in the Context of Current West Coast Marine Reserve Initiatives, The
Regional carbon stocks and dynamics in native woody shrub communities of Senegal's Peanut Basin
Reply: Still hoping to turn that theoretical corner
Review of Geographic Information Systems in Oceanography and Fisheries by V.D. Valavanis
Rumblings on the ocean floor: GIS supports deep-sea research
Scientific Information Management Schema for the Endeavour Portion of the Juan de Fuca Ridge Observatory, A
Scientific information model for deepsea mapping and sampling
Social Power and GIS Technology: A Review and Assessment of Approaches for Natural Resource Management
Spatial Technology Development and Educational Modules for the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary
Tectonic controls onsedimentation in the Tonga Trench and Forearc, SW Pacific
Thoughts on Algorithmic Approaches to Reveal Marine Geomorphology as a Proxy for Habitat (Invited)
TransAtlantic Workshops on Coastal/Marine Mapping and Informatics
Undersea with GIS, c2002:
Video Delivery of Exploring the Deep: Geography of the World's Oceans
Virtual Oregon:seamless access to distributed environmental information
Virtual Oregon: Web-Based Access to Oregon's Environmental Data
'Virtual' seminars in GIS: Academic future or flash in the pan?
Visiting Professorship to Wheaton College
Water resource applications of GIS
Why Web GIS May Not Be Enough: A Case Study with the Virtual Research Vessel
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GEO INFO SYSTEMS
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