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Alumni Newsletters - 1997 through 2006


An annual report of department happenings for alumni and friends.












Faculty and Student Publications and Grants (2006-2008)

  • Walker, R., J. Browder, E. Arima, C. Simmons, R. Pereira, M.M. Caldas, R. Shirota, and S. de Zen.  2009.  Ranching and the new global range:  Amazonia in the 21st century.  GeoForum 40(5):732-745.

  • Thornburg, G.K.  2011.  Review of Nina L. Etkin:  Edible Medicines:  An Ethnopharmacology of Food.  Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 24(1).  DOI:  10.1007/s10806-010-9244-8.

  • Paul, B.K., H. Rashid, M.S. Islam, and L.M. Hunt.  2010.  Cyclone evacuation in Bangladesh:  Tropical cyclones Gorky (1991) vs. Sidr (2007).  Environmental Hazards 9(2010):89-101.

  • Paul, B.K.  Climate Refugees:  The Bangladesh Case.  The Daily Star, March 6, 2010.

  • Marston, R.A.  2010.  Geomorphology and vegetation on hillslopes:  Interactions, dependencies, and feedback loops.  Geomorphology 116(3-4):206-217.

  • Paul, B.K., and Dutt, S. 2010. Applications of Participatory Research Methods in a Post-disaster Environment: The Case of Cyclone Sidr, Bangladesh. In Ozerdem, A., and Bowd, R. (eds), Participatory Research Methodologies: Development and Post Disaster/Conflict Reconstruction, 85-98. Burlington, VT: Ashgate

  • Harrington, L.M.B.  2010.  The U.S. Great Plains, Change, and Place Development.  In:  The Next Rural Economies:  Constructing Rural Place in a Global Economy.  G. Halseth, S. Markey, and D. Bruce, eds.  CABI International:  Oxfordshire.  Pp. 32-44.

  • Daniels, M.D. and M.H. McCusker.  2010.  Operator bias characterizing stream substrates using Wolman pebble counts with a standard measurment template.  Geomorphology 115:194-198.

  • Paul, B.K. and R.H. Bhuiyan.  2009.  Urban earthquake hazard:  Perceived seismic risk and preparedness in Dhaka City, Bangladesh.  Disasters DOI 10.1111/j.0361-3666.2009.01132.x.

  • Paul, B.K.  2009.  Human injuries caused by Bangladesh's cyclone Sidr:  An empirical study.  Natural Hazards DOI 10.1007/s11069-009-9480-2.

  • Paul, B.K.  2009 (Book Review). Therapeutic Landscapes by Williams, A.  Aldershot:  Ashgate, 2007.  Health Sociology Review 17(4):423-424.

  • Seamon, David and Jacob Sowers.  2009  Existential Geography.  In R. Kitchin and N. Thrift, eds.  International Encyclopedia of Human Geography.  Oxfored:  Elsevier, Vol. 3, pp. 666-671.

  • Harrington, J.A., Jr., B. Yarnal, D. Liverman, and B.L. Turner II.  2009.  Conmparative assesment of human-environment landscape change.  Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet:  The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 107-136.  B. Yarnal, C. Polsky,  and J. O'Brien, eds.  Cambridge University Press.

  • Harrington, L.M.B., M. Lu, and J.A. Harrington, Jr.  2009.  Fossil Water and Agriculture in Southwestern Kansas.  Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet:  The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 269-291.  B. Yarnal, C. Polsky,  and J. O'Brien, eds.  Cambridge University Press.

  • Headley, R.M.K., R.G. Pontius, Jr., J.A. Harrington, Jr., and C. Sorrensen.  2009.  Landsat mapping of local landscape change: the satellite-era context.  Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet:  The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 137-154.  B. Yarnal, C. Polsky,  and J. O'Brien, eds.  Cambridge University Press.

  • Polsky, C., A. Comrie, J. Whitehead, C. Sorrensen, L.M.B. Harrington, M. Lu, R. Neff, and B. Yarnal.  2009.  Rapid Vulnerability Assessments of exposures, sensitivities, and adaptive capacities of the HERO study sites.  Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet:  The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 175-208.  B. Yarnal, C. Polsky,  and J. O'Brien, eds.  Cambridge University Press.

  • Polsky, C., C. Sorrensen, J. Whitehead, L.M.B. Harrington, M. Lu, R. Neff, and B. Yarnal.  2009.  Evaluating Vulnerability Assessments of the HERO Study Sites.  Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet:  The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 209-228.  B. Yarnal, C. Polsky,  and J. O'Brien, eds.  Cambridge University Press.

  • Yarnal, B., J.A. Harrington, Jr., A. Comrie, C. Polsky, and O. Ahlqvist.  2009.  Infrastructure for observing local human-environment interactions.  Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet:  The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 1-12.  B. Yarnal, C. Polsky,  and J. O'Brien, eds.  Cambridge University Press.

  • Yarnal, B., J.A. Harrington, Jr., A. Comrie, C. Polsky, and O. Ahlqvist.  2009.  Lessons learned from the HERO project.  Sustainable Communities on a Sustainable Planet:  The Human-Environment Regional Observatory Project, pp. 317-338.  B. Yarnal, C. Polsky,  and J. O'Brien, eds.  Cambridge University Press.

  • Ryan Bergstrom, “Percepts of Sustainable Community Development and Natural Resource Management: A Case Study of Two Montana Amenity Towns.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 86-95.

  • Iris Wilson, John Harrington, Kendra McLauchlan, Elias Martinson, and Stacy Hutchinson, “The Water Budget, Climate Variability, and Impacts Assessment in Northeast Kansas.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 189-196.

  • Rex Robichaux and Lisa Harrington, “Environmental Conditions and Restoration Actions in the Rainwater Basin Wetland Complex, Nebraska.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 217-225.

  • Benjamin Munro, “Public Perception of Midwestern Corn Ethanol Production.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 272-280.

  • Mike Dulin and Shawn Hutchinson: “Identifying and Assessing Windbreaks in Ford County, Kansas Using Object-Based Image Analysis.” Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 332-341.

  • Harrington, L.M.B.  2009. Rural Resource Management. International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Vol. 9, pp. 390-397. N. Thrift and R. Kitchin, editors-in-chief. Elsevier Science (invited).

  • Allen, L.J.S., C.L. Wesley, R.D. Owen, D.G. Goodin, D. Koch, C.B. Jonsson, Y. Chu, J.M.S. Hutchinson, and R.L. Paige.  2009. A habitat-based model for the spread of Hantavirus between reservoir and spillover species. Journal of Theoretical Biology 260(4):510-522.

  • Harrington, L.M.B., and Harrington, J. A., Jr., eds. 2009. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences, Vol. 32.  Applied Geography Conferences, Inc.  454 pp.  (James Barker, Assistant Editor).

  • Paul, B.K. 2009. Attitudes toward Arsenicosis Victims in Rural Bangladesh: An Empirical Study. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 32: 115-123.

  • Martin, C.W.  2009.  Recent Changes in Heavy Metal Storage in Flood-plain Soils of the Lahn River, Central Germany.  Environmental Geology 58(4): 803-814.

  • Stimers, M., R. Bergstrom, T. Vought, and M. Dulin.  2009.  American Vice: Geographers Plot the 7 Deadly Sins. WIRED September: 29.  Also available online at:

  • Paul, B.K.  2009.  Why Relatively Fewer People Died? The Case of Bangladesh’s Cyclone Sidr.  Natural Hazards 50: 289-304.

  • De Bres, Karen and Jacob Sower.  2009.  The emergence of standardized, idealized, and placeless landscapes in Midwestern Main Stree postcards.  The Professional Geographer 61(2):216-230.

  • Walker, Bpb. and Marcellus. Caldas.  2009.  The Economy of the Amazon Today and Tomorrow:  National Integration and Supply Expansion.  In Amazonia:  Nature and Society in Transformation, edited by Mateus Batistela and Emilio Moran.  IEDUSP:  University of Sao Paulo Press.

  • Margosian, Margaret L., Karen A. Garrett, J.M. Shawn Hutchinson, and Kimberly A. With. 2009.  Connectivity of the American Agricultural Landscape: Assessing the National Risk of Crop Pest and Disease Spread. Bioscience 59(2):141-151.

  • Che, D.  2009.  Teaching tourism geography.  Tourism Geographies 11(1):220-223.

  • Hutchinson, Shawn  and Rob Daniels.  2009.  Memorandum of Agreement, Kansas Forest Service and Department of Geography, State Assessment and Resource Strategy.  $45,521.  January 2009-June 2010.

  • Smith, Jeffrey.  2008.  Barranca del Cobre:  North America's Other Majestic Canyon.  Focus 51(3):1-10.

  • Laingen, Chris.  2008.  How human and natural driving forces affect pheasants and pheasant hunting in South Dakota.  Focus 51(3):23-31.

  • McLauchlan, K. and S. Sugita.  2008.  Improving Reconstructions of Open Vegetation in North America:  Pollen Productivity Estimates of Grassland Plants.  National Science Foundation, $90,005.

  • Che, D., B.K. Paul, and V.L. Tinnon.  2008.  Public and private responses to the December 28-31, 2006 High Plains blizzard.  Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 31:1-9.

  • Daniels, M.D., G.C. Boardman, and P.M. Woodworth.  2008.  Assessing dam removal impacts on downstream geomorphic stability using hydrodynamic modeling.  Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 31:133-141.

  • Perz, Stephen G., Marcellus Caldas, Robert Walker, Eugenio Arima, Carlos Souza.  2008.  Road networks and forest fragmentation in the Amazon:  Explanations for local differences with implications for conservation and development.  Journal of Latin American Geographers 7(2):85-104.

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

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

  • Hutchinson, J.M.S., T. Kalaris, and M. Margosian.  2008.  Applying Landscape Connectivity to Model the Spread of Plant Pathogens.  USDA APHIS PPQ CPHST Cooperative Agreement, $64,167.

  • Atchison, R., J.M.S. Hutchinson, and M. Dulin.  2008.  Conserving, Renovating, and Establishing Working Field Windbreaks.  U.S. Forest Service Western Competitive Grant Program, $78,202.

  • Che, D.  2008.  Sports, Music, Entertainment and the Destination Branding of Post-Fordist Detroit.  Tourism Recreation Research 33(2):39-47.

  • Rhoads, B.L., Garcia, M.H., Rodriguez, J., Bombardelli, F., Abad, J., and Daniels, M. 2008.  Methods for Evaluating the Geomorphological Performance of Naturalized Rivers: Examples from the Chicago Metropolitan Area.  In Uncertainty in River Restoration, Sears, D. and Darby, S. (editors).  Wiley, Chichester, pp. 209-228.

  • Chin, A., Daniels, M.D., Urban, M., Piegay, H., Gregory, K.J., Gregory, S.V., Wohl, E., Laurencio, L., Bigler, W., Boyer, K., Grable, J., LaFrenz, M. 2008.  Perceptions of Wood in Rivers and Challenges for Stream Restoration in the United States.  Environmental Management 41(6): 893-903.

  • Lu, Max.  2008.  Data Development for Asthma Hazard Mapping.  Kansas Department of Health and Environment.

  • Smith, Jeffrey S.  2008.  The impact of transnational migration and remittances on quality-of-life in Chalchihuites, Zacatecas.  Journal of Latino-Latin American Studies 3(1):104-121.

  • Paul, Bimal K.  2008.  Bangladeshi Americans.  In Schaefer, R.T. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity, and Society, 132-133.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  SAGE Publications.

  • Aber, J.  2008.  Spatial scales of the arcade collecting community:  A photo essay.  Aether:  The Journal of Media Geography 2:61-70.

  • Hutchinson, J.M. Shawn, Robert Atchison, and Michael Dulin.  2008.  Forest Stewardship Spatial Analysis Project (SAP):  Methodology Report for Kansas.  Manhattan, KS:  Kansas State University (

  • Perz, S., S. Brilhante, F. Brown, M. Caldas, S. Ikeda, E. Mendoza, C. Overdevest, V. Reis, J.F. Reyes, D. Rojas, M. Schmink, C. Souza, and R. Walker.  2007.  Road building, land use and climte change:  Prospects for environmental governance in the Amazon.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (published online) doi:10.1098/rstb.2007.0017.

  • Stimers, M.J. 2008.  Zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) invasion into the Platte River:  Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Genetic Algorithm Rule-Set Predition (GARP) to model spread.  The Pennsylvania Geographer 45(2):57-70.

  • Wells, James.  2008.  The real story of the California-Nevada border.  Apex to Zenith #80:6-8.

  • Blake, Kevin.  2008.  Imagining Heaven and Earth at Mount of the Holy Cross, Colorado.  Journal of Cultural Geography 25(1):1-30.

  • Napton, D.E. and C.R. Laingen.  2008.  Expansion of golf courses in the United States.  The Geographical Review 98(1):24-41.

  • Hutchinson, S.L. and J.M.S. Hutchinson.  2008.  Validating the Kinematic Wave Approach for Rapid Soil Erosion Assessment and Improved BMP Site Selection to Enhance Training Land Sustainability.  U.S. Department of Defense, Environmental Science & Technology Certification Program (ESTCP), $676,431.

  • Marston, R.A. and T. Halihan.  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.

  • Paul, B.K.  2007.  "Economics:  Industrial Labor - North America."  Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Culture, 181-182.  Leiden, The Netherlands:  Brill Academic Publishers.

  • Paul, B.K.  2007.  2004 Tsunami Relief Efforts:  An Overview.  Asian Profile 35(5):467-478.

  • Paul, B.K.  2007.  Reconstruction must be Victim-Friendly.  Manhattan Mercury, November 9.

  • Barker, James.  2007.  Public Perceptions of Elk Reintroduction Projects in Southern Appalachia.  Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 30:417-426.

  • Che, Deborah.  2007.  Agritourism and its Potential Contribution to the Agricultural Economy.  CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 2(63):1-7.

  • Che, Deborah, Ann Veeck, and Gregory, Veeck.  2007.  Demographic Characteristics and Motivations of Michigan Agritourists.  In Proceedings of the 2006 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  General Technical Report NRS-P-14.  R. Burns and K. Robinson, comps.  Newton Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station, 98-103.

  • Stimers, Mitchel.  2007.  Access to Rural Healthcare: A Review of the Issues.  Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 30:116-124.

  • Degenhardt, J.D., Giardino, J.R., Marston, R.A., and Pitty, A.F.  2007.  Interpretation of a blockstream in Tom Mays Canyon, Franklin Mountains, Texas.  Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie 51(3): 377-396.
  • Paul, B.K., D. Che, M. Stimers, and S. Dutt.  2007.  Disaster in Kansas:  The Tornado in Greensburg.  Quick Response Report 196.  Boulder, CO:  The Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. 

  • Blake, Kevin.  2007.  Betatakin, Surprise Valley, and Deception Pass.  The Zane Grey Review, Vol. 22 No. 3.
  • Che, D. 2007. Connecting the Dots to Urban Revitalization with the Heidelberg Project. Material Culture, Vol. 22, No. 1: 33-49.

  • Paul, B.K., Che, D., and Tinnon, V.L. 2007. Emergency Responses for High Plains Cattle Affected by the December 28-31, 2006 Blizzard. Quick Response Report # 191. Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO.

  • Thornburg, Gina K.  2007.  The shop-locally discourse in Jefferson County, Kansas.  Great Plains Research 17(2):145-154.

  • USGS Open File Report 2006-1384 EAARL Bare Earth Topography Fire Island National Seashore John C. Brock, C. Wayne Wright, Matt Patterson, Amar Nayegandhi, and Judd Patterson.

  • USGS Open File Report 2007-1177 EAARL Topography - Thomas Stone National Historic Site John C. Brock, C. Wayne Wright, Matt Patterson, Amar Nayegandhi, and Judd Patterson.

  • Open File Report 2007-1179 EAARL Topography - George Washington Birthplace National Monument John C. Brock, C. Wayne Wright, Matt Patterson, Amar Nayegandhi, and Judd Patterson.

  • Open File Report 2007-1007 EAARL Topography - Fire Island National Seashore John C. Brock, C. Wayne Wright, Matt Patterson, Amar Nayegandhi, and Judd Patterson.

  • Open File Report 2007-1178 EAARL Topography - Gateway National Recreation Area Sandy Hook Unit John C. Brock, C. Wayne Wright, Matt Patterson, Amar Nayegandhi, and Judd Patterson.

  • Margosian, P., M.L., K.A. Garrett, J.M.S. Hutchinson, and K. With.  2007.  Connectivity of the American Agricultural Landscape: A Graph-Theoretic Approach.  2007 ESRI International User Conference Proceedings, Redlands, CA.

  • Vought, Jr., T.J., and J.M.S. Hutchinson.  2007.  Assessing the Vulnerability of U.S. Livestock to Agricultural Biological Terrorism (Map).  ESRI Map Book, Vol. 22.  Redlands, CA: ESRI Press.

  • Blake, Kevin.  2007.  Lighthouse symbolism in the American landscape.  FOCUS on Geography 50(1):9-15.

  • Catlos, E.J., Dubey, C.S., Marston, R.A. and Harrison, M.T. 2007. Geochronologic constraints across the Main Central Thrust shear zone, Bhagirathi River (NW India): implications for Himalayan tectonics. Chapter 7 (17 pp.) in Cloos, M., Carlson, W.D., Gilbert, M.C., Liou, J.G. and Sorenson, S.S. (eds.), Convergent Margin Terranes and Associated Regions: A Tribute to W.G. Ernst, GSA Special Paper 419: 135-151.

  • Dauwalter, D.C., Splinter, D.S., Fisher, W.L. and Marston, R.A. (in-press). 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.

  • Kettle, Nathan, Lisa Harrington, and John Harrington, Jr.  2007.  Groundwater depletion and agricultural land use change in the High Plains: a case study from Wichita County, Kansas.  The Professional Geographer 59(2): 221-235.

  • Lu, Max.  2007.  Homesteading redux:  New community initiative to reverse rural depopulation in the Great Plains.  Journal of the West 46:74-80.

  • Lu, Max and Darci A. Paull.  2007.  Assessing the free land programs for reversing rural depopulation.  Great Plains Research 17(1):73-86.

  • Lisa Harrington, PI, M. Hubbard, A. Archer, C. Oviatt, D. Goodin, J.M.S. Hutchinson, J. Harrington, J. Uhlarik, and C. Shanklin, co-PIs; Kansas Space Grant Consortium activities at Kansas State University; $95,760 project total, with $42,000 from NASA, 5 Jan 2007-4 Jan 2008. Subawards include: Doug Goodin & Shawn Hutchinson, Hantavirus Research in South America, $13,064; John Harrington, Ecological Forecasting, $12,802.50; and Lisa Harrington, Administration, $2463.40.

  • Harrington, John, Doug Goodin, and Shawn Hutchinson.  2006.  Improving the Research Experience for Geographic Information Science Students.  NASA in Kansas Space Grant, $54,750.

  • Hutchinson, Shawn.  2006.  Responding to the Threat of Agricultural Bioterrorism.  Directions Magazine (Nov 9).

  • Blake, Kevin.  2007.  Jayhawk.  In The American Midwest:  An Interpretive Encyclopedia.  R. Sisson, C. Zacher, and A. Cayton (eds).  Bloomington, IN:  Indiana University Press, p. 123.

  • Blake, Kevin.  2007.  Superman and His Kansas Roots.  In The American Midwest:  An Interpretive Encyclopedia.  R. Sisson, C. Zacher, and A. Cayton (eds).  Bloomington, IN:  Indiana University Press, p. 123-124.

  • Blake, Kevin.  2006.  The most popular Zane Grey story.  The Zane Grey Review 21(5):25-26.

  • Kevin Blake is a contributing editor for Barry Lopez' Home Ground:  Language for an American Landscape.  Trinity University Press.

  • Lisa Harrington was appointed as Regional Councilor for the AAG, representing the Rocky Mountain and Great Plains Region.

  • Blake, Kevin S. 2006.  First View.  Trail & Timberline 993:10-12.

  • Bowles, Erik. 2006.  Classifying heat stress events in the central United States.  Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29:40-48.

  • Harrington, John A., Jr. 2006.  Climate change and persistence in western Kansas: A reanalysis.  Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29:49-55.

  • Hutchinson, J.M. Shawn, Thomas J. Vought, Jr., and Stacy L. Hutchinson.  2006.  Continuous soil moisture mapping using MODIS NDVI and LST products. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29:140-149.

  • Patterson, Judd. 2006.  Using LIDAR to create submarine topography maps for Dry Tortugas National Park.  Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29:81-86.

  • Reddy, Sumanth G. and Joseph R. Oppong.  2006.  A comparative analysis of diseases associated with mining and non-mining communities: A case study of Obusai and Asankrangwa, Ghana.  Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29:321-330.

  • Stimers, Mitchel J.  2006.  A GIS-based approach to analyzing warning siren networks: An analysis of Riley and Wabaunsee Counties, Kansas.  Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 29:186-195.

  • Kevin Blake is a Contributing Editor to Home Ground: Language for an American Landscape (edited by Barry Lopez and Debra Gwartney), published in 2006 by Trinity University Press, San Antonio.

  • Kang, R.S. and R.A. Marston.  2006.  Geomorphic effects of rural-to-urban land use converson on three streams in the Central Redbed Plains of Oklahoma.  Geomorphology 79:488-506.

  • Harrington, John and Shawn Hutchinson.  2006.  Antilles Geographic Information Systemss (GIS) Project.  Foreign Military Studies Office (Fort Leavenworth, KS) and American Geographical Society, $76,716.

  • Veeck, Gregory, Deborah Che, and Ann Veeck.  2006.  America's changing farmscape:  A study of agricultural tourism in Michigan.  The Professional Geographer 58(3):235-248.

  • Sowers, Jacob.  2006.  Fields of opportunity:  Wind machines return to the plains.  Great Plains Quarterly 26:99-112.

  • Blake, Kevin S. 2006.  Zane Grey and Marshall University's Nickname.  The Zane Grey Review 21(3):18.

  • Marston, Richard.  2006.  President’s Column: Geographers Leading Climate Change Studies.  AAG Newsletter 41(5): 3, 8-9.

  • Paul, Bimal Kanti.  2006.  Disaster relief efforts--An update.  Progress in Development Studies 6(3):211-223.

  • Hutchinson, J.M. Shawn.  2006.  Web-based Visualization and Analysis Tool (WBV&AT).  National Agricultural Biosecurity Center, Kansas State University, $47,669.

  • Hutchinson, J.M. Shawn.  2006.  24K National Hydrography Dataset Revision.  Kansas GIS Policy Board, $25,000.


Media Releases - August 2002 through 2008


Articles, newspaper stories, and university media releases highlighting the work and accomplishments of K-State geographers.