Geographic Information Theses and Dissertations

* Major Professor,   ^Committee Member

*Ferlow, Nancy, 1984, Determining the maximum potential stumpage value using a digital geographic, 90p , MS

*Osborne, Sarah, 1989, The integration of a forest growth model with a geographic system.  137p. MS

^Lin, Chi Jien, 1991.  An application of geologic information systems to soil erosion hazards investigation on forestland.  90p. MS

^Liu, Rei, 1990,  An application study of geographic information system techniques on soil capacity classification for agriculture in Yuisu County, Jilin, China, 135p.  MS

^Badruddin, Abu Zahid Mohammed, 1992,  Non farm development of prime agricultural land : a case study using geographic information systems.  112p. MS

^Koehler, David R., 1993  Developing and evaluating procedures for using GIS to implement forest land evaluation and site assessment.  128p.  ;MS

*Garrison, AnnMarie, 1993. An Interactive Multimedia Projection About GIS Technology. 44p. MS.

^Bruleigh, Robert H., Jr., 1994.  Modeling woodchuck habitat suitability using GIS at Antietam National Battlefield. 67p. MS

*Liu, Rei, 1994. The effects of spatial data errors on the GIS-based forest management decisions..  209p. Ph.D.

*Yang, Xiaming, 1994. A Spatial Decision Support System for Timber and Wildlife Management: Prototype Development and Evaluation. 150p Ph.D.

*Mcknight, Susannna Akiko, 1994. Assessing the impact of data quality on the results of spatial modeling using sensitivity analysis: a case study using Minnesota forest inventory data. 178p. Ph.D.

*Weinberg, Howard, 1994. A geographic information system analysis of spruce grouse habitation the northern Adirondacks.  16p. MS.

*Andersen, Carol Gerber, 1995. GIS analysis of residential development in a rural community. 172p. MS

*Badruddin, Abu Zahid Mohammed, 1995. The relationship between broad land use and land cover categories and their use in GIS. 130p.  Ph.D.

^Perlitsh, Suzanne Ruth, 1995.  Integration of GIS data with the agricultural non-point source pollution model (AGNPS): the effect of cell size resolution and soils data sources on model output. 191p. MS

^Romano, Brian C., 1995. An evaluation of positional accuracies of commercial data sets to be used in geographic information systems. 80p. MS

*Pellegrini, Gerald. 1995. Terrain shape classification of digital elevation models using eigenvectors and Fourier transforms. 206p. Ph.D.

*Warnecke, Lisa. 1995. Impact of Geographic Information and Related Technologies on Government: The Role of State Governments and Institutionalization. 227p. Ph.D.

*Jorgensen, David. 1997. An ARC/INFO application for the Analysis of Wood Resources in New York State.  MS.

*Solan-Harvill, Jennifer A. 1997. An Evaluation of the Forestry Atlas for Lewis County, New York. 54p.  MS. .

*Alpert, Lein. 1997. A Kiosk System for Recreation in the Adirondack Park.  MS,

*Whiffen, Helen. 1998.   Patterns of Basin Attributes and Their Relationship to Lake ANC[1].  Ph.D.

^Wechsler, Suzanne Ruth 2000. Effect of DEM Uncertainty on Topographic Parameters, DEM Scale and Terrain Evaluation.373p. Ph.D.

^Hirabayashi Satoshi. 2005. Development of GIS Toolset to Derive Watershed Characteristics for Extreme Hydrologic Event Estimation. MS

*Castellano, Philip. 2006. Estimates of Potential Woody Biomass Feedstock for Bioenergy Using a GIS. 111p. MS

*Yavuz, Mehmet. 2007. Mapping and Delineating Wetlands of Huntington Wildlife Forest using Very High Resolution Color Infrared Imagery. 153p, Ph.D.

*Yavuz, Mehmet. 2007. Mapping and Delineating Wetlands of Huntington Wildlife Forest using Very High Resolution Color Infrared Imagery. 153p, Ph.D.

*Shaw, Horace. 2008. Modeling Non-Point Pollution in the Carmans River. MS (In progress)

*O’Malley, Tracey 2008. Analysis of Surface Water Chemistry and Ground Water Flow in the Carmans River Watershed, Long Island, NY (In Progress) MS

 



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