Environment, Technology, and Science

Carbon Offsets: Wash Away the Carbon, Wash Away the Guilt? Matt Artz Blog, 17 March 2017.

The Desert Tortoise: Survival Threats, Protection Efforts. Matt Artz Blog, 17 March 2017.

Visit Distant Worlds with the Solar System Atlas. ArcNews, Spring 2016. (Quoted)

New Map Sets Framework for Describing Ocean Ecology in Unprecedented Detail. Esri Insider, 14 March 2016.

Program Computers, or Save the World? Esri Insider, 04 March 2016. With Christian Harder.

Seven Apps to Help Build Healthier Communities. Esri Insider, 29 February 2016.

Visit Distant Worlds with the Solar System Atlas. ArcWatch, February 2016. (Interview)

Mapping the Zika Virus. Medium, 16 February 2016.

Take Interactive Tours of Two New National Monuments. Medium, 16 February 2016.

Nine things you didn’t know you could do with Story Maps. Esri Insider, 16 February 2016. With Bern Szukalski and Rupert Essinger.

Mapping the Presidents. Medium, 12 February 2016.

Introducing the Solar System Atlas. LinkedIn, 08 February 2016.

Eight Ways Communities Can Make Elections Smarter. Esri Insider, 04 February 2016.

The Power of a Single Image. Future Earth Institute, 20 November 2015.

Four New Maps We Love. Medium, 19 October 2015.

New App Puts the World in Your Hand. Esri Insider, 04 August 2015.

Building a Bridge to the R Community. Esri Insider, 20 July 2015.

The Best Maps in Infrastructure, Planning, and Government. Medium, 14 July 2015.

Five Ways Geodesign is Making the World a Better Place. LinkedIn, 14 July 2015.

Visualizing Transportation: Four Maps from the 2015 Esri User Conference Map Gallery with Transportation Themes. Medium, 07 July 2015.

Journalists Embrace Story Maps. Esri Insider, 06 July 2015.

Seven More Maps We Love. Medium, 15 June 2015.

Simple Real-time Dashboards Built with Story MapsEsri Insider, 11 June 2015.

The Nepal Earthquake, in Five Maps. Medium, 28 May 2015.

Seven maps that will change the way you look at history. Medium, 26 May 2015.

Maps We Love. Medium, 15 May 2015.

Five Compelling Story Maps for Earth Day 2015Esri Insider, 22 April 2015.

5 Tips to Help Maximize Your Use of ArcGIS Online. Esri Insider, 26 March 2015.

Geodesign. It’s about time. Medium, 13 February 2015.

Evolving the GIS Profession. Esri Insider blog, 29 December 2014.

Enhanced elevation data to become available in Esri’s ArcGIS Online Platform as US commits to open data policy. Eye on Earth View, Issue #13, 17 December 2014.

Story Maps as an Effective Social Medium for Data Synthesis, Communication, and Dissemination. With Dawn J. Wright (Esri), Anna Verrill (NOAA), and Robby Deming (Esri). American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting, San Francisco, 17 December 2014.

Two New Maps that Could Change the World. GIS and Science blog, 11 December 2014.

The First Ecological Land Units Map of the World. Esri Insider blog, 09 December 2014.

Managing GIS 3.  e-Book, November 2014.  Editor.

Strengthening the Link between GIS and Science. Esri Insider blog, 05 November 2014.

Esri’s New Population Map is the Most Detailed in the WorldArcNews, Fall 2014.

Four Guidelines for the New GIS ProfessionalArcNews, Fall 2014.

Essays on Geography and GIS, Vol. 7.  e-Book, October 2014.  Editor and contributing author.

Building the Most Detailed Population Map in the World. Esri Insider blog, 10 September 2014.

Esri Globe weekly e-newsletter. Editor, August 2014 to November 2015 (62 issues).

Citizen Science and GISGIS and Science blog, 28 May 2014.

What *IS* GIS?  GIS and Science blog, 27 May 2014.

Geolearning.  e-Book, April 2014.  Editor.

Crossing Borders.  e-Book, April 2014. Editor.

Enterprise GIS.  e-Book, March 2014. Editor.

India: A Vision for National GIS.  e-Book, January 2014. Editor.

Santa Diversity: A Look at St. Nick Around the WorldeWEEK, 25 December 2013.  Interview.

Essays in Geography and GIS, Vol. 6.  e-Book, December 2013.  Editor and contributing author.

Return on Investment: Ten GIS Case Studies.  e-Book, October 2013. Editor.

Geodesign: Past, Present, and Future.  e-Book, August 2013.  Editor and contributing author.

Geodesign in Practice: Designing a Better World.  e-Book, August 2013.  Editor.

Stewards of the Natural World: GIS for National Parks.  e-Book, August 2013.  Editor and contributing author.

New Eyes on the Old World: GIS Helps Us Understand the Past While Preparing for the Future.  e-Book, July 2013.  Editor.

A New Dimension: 3D GIS Brings the Virtual World to Life.  e-Book, July 2013.  Editor.

A Look Inside the 2013 GIS Managers’ Open SummitEsri Insider blog, 11 July 2013.

A Different Kind of WildFuture Earth Institute blog, 24 May 2013.

A Living Atlas of the WorldEsri Insider blog, 21 May 2013.

GIS in South America.  e-Book, April 2013.  Editor.

GIS in Africa 2.  e-Book, April 2013.  Editor.

The New Age of Real-Time GISEsri Insider blog, 01 April 2013.

Causality in Time and Space: Agent-Based Modeling for GIS UsersEsri Insider blog, 05 March 2013.

Designing Our Man-Made Ecosystem: Geodesign – The Natural Evolution of GIS.  EVOLO, Issue 6, 2013.  In press.

A Society Built on a Foundation of Contempt for People Who are Different Cannot LastFuture Earth Institute blog, 14 February 2013.

Essays in Geography and GIS, Vol. 5.  e-Book, December 2012.  Editor and contributing author.

The New Geographers.  Esri Insider blog, 03 December 2012.

The New Geographers.  e-Book, November 2012.  Editor.

Fracking Truth: O National Academy of Sciences, Where Art Thou?  Future Earth Institute blog, 21 November 2012.

Managing GIS 2.  e-Book, November 2012.  Editor.

Botswana’s Bold Move: A Ban on Trophy Hunting by 2014Future Earth Institute blog, 14 November 2012.

Humans and Nature in the Age of DesignFuture Earth Institute blog, 05 October 2012.

Rethinking InfrastructureFuture Earth Institute blog, 05 October 2012.

Solution Templates: Rethinking GIS Esri Insider blog, 25 September 2012.

Geomedicine: Geography and Personal Health.  e-Book, August 2012.  Editor.

The Geoscape: A New Canvas for Understanding.  Esri Insider blog, 30 July 2012.

What is GIS?  e-Book, July 2012.  Editor.

All Models Are Wrong… Future Earth Institute blog, 18 July 2012.

Thinking Outside the MapEsri Insider blog, 09 July 2012.

The Ocean GIS Initiative: Esri’s Commitment to Understanding Our Oceans.  e-Book, June 2012.  Editor.

Essays on Geography and GIS, Vol. 4.  e-Book, May 2012.  Editor and Contributing Author.

Understanding Earth.  e-Book, April 2012.  (With Jack Dangermond)

New Film Benefits Chimpanzees in the Wild. Esri Insider blog, 12 April 2012.

Monitoring Our Planetary PulseGeo:connexion magazine, April 2012.  In press.

Should California Give Some State Parks to the National Park Service?  Future Earth Institute blog, 08 March 2012.

Where Are We Going? GIS and the Millennial GenerationEsri Insider blog, 02 March 2012.

The Next 20 Years of GIS EducationEsri Insider blog, 08 February 2012. (Interview with David DiBiase)

Changing the Way We Teach and Learn GISEsri Insider blog, 02 February 2012. (Interview with David DiBiase)

Our Techno-Environmental Future. Future Earth Institute blog, 01 February 2012.

The “Why?” Tree: A New Approach for Community-based ConservationFuture Earth Institute blog, 30 January 2012.

Traveling through Time with GISEsri Insider blog, 26 January 2012.

Telling Stories with MapsEsri Insider blog, 16 December 2011.  (Interview with Allen Carroll)

Geography: Seeing the Big PictureEsri Insider blog, 09 December 2011.

It’s Not About Saving the World.  Future Earth Institute blog, 11 November 2011.

Nature 3.0: Designing a Better PlanetFuture Earth Institute blog, 08 November 2011.

Making Sense of Our Sensored PlanetEsri Insider blog, 02 November 2011.

The Intersection of GIS and GamingEsri Insider blog, 07 October 2011.

What’s New in GeoDesign?  Esri Insider blog, 06 September 2011.

ArcNews: 33 Years and CountingEsri Insider blog, 12 August 2011.

“When will ArcGIS Run on a Mac?”  GIS and Science blog, 08 August 2011.

“A GIS-based Framework for Modelling and Global Design of Earth Systems”. In: Geoinformatics for Climate Change Studies (Editors P K Joshi and T P Singh). TERI Press, New Delhi, 2011. (With Jack Dangermond)

Understanding Our WorldArcNews, Summer 2011.

Esri Insider blog.  Editor, June 2011 to February 2016.

GIS in the Cloud.  By Victoria Kouyoumjian.  e-Book, June 2011.  Editor.

Essays on Geography and GIS, Vol. 3.  e-Book, February 2011.  Editor and Contributing Author.

GIS for the Oceans.  e-Book, January 2011.  Editor.

Geomedicine: Can Geographic Information Make Me Healthy? By Bill Davenhall.  e-Book, November 2010.  Editor.

Managing GIS.  e-Book, November 2010.  Editor.

Geotechnology in the Marine Sciences: An Interview with Professor Dawn WrightGeo:connexion.  November 2010.

Changing Geography by Design: Selected Readings in GeoDesign.  e-Book, October 2010.  Editor and Contributing Author.

Geographic Knowledge: Our New InfrastructureGeoSpatial Today, October 2010.  With Jack Dangermond.

A Fundamental Change in Science: A Brief Interview with Prof. David MaidmentGeoconnexion Online, 10 August 2010.

Time for Retooling Among GIS Teachers:  An Interview with Michael GouldGeoSpatial Today, August 2010.

Relating Geography and Healthcare:  An Interview with Bill DavenhallGeoSpatial Today, July 2010.

Climate Change is a Geographic Problem: The Geographic Approach to Climate Change.  e-Book, June 2010. (With Jack Dangermond)

Video Games: No Child’s Play This GeoSpatial Today, June 2010.

Looking Through the Temporal DimensionGeoSpatial Today, May 2010.

Understanding Spatial Statistics and GeostatisticsArcWatch, April 2010. (Interview with Dr. Lauren Scott)

Profiles from the GeoSpatial Community.  April 2010.  (Interview)

GIS for Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). e-Book, April 2010. Editor.

Understanding Statistics in GIS: An Interview with Dr. Lauren ScottGeoSpatial Today, March 2010.

Structure: The Key to Volunteered Geographic InformationArcWatch, March 2010.

GeoDesign: Changing Geography by DesignDirections, March 2010.

GeoDesign: An Evolving Field. GIM, March 2010.

A Conversation with the Organizers of the 2010 GeoDesign Summit.  A VerySpatial Podcast, Episodes 239 and 240, February 2010.  (Interview)

GeoDesign: New Concept, or New Name? GeoSpatial Today, February 2010.

GIS for Climate Change, second edition.  e-Book, February 2010. Editor and Contributing Author.

2010 and Beyond: The Agenda for GeoDesign. GEO Informatics, January/February 2010.

What’s the Key to User-Generated Content (UGC)? Structure! GeoSpatial Today, January 2010.

Visualizing Time in GIS: Time Awareness Leads to Better Understanding of Complex Geographies. ArcNews, Winter 2009/2010.

GIS Professionals Lead the GeoWeb Revolution. ArcNews, Fall 2009.

The Rise of Geoconsumerism. GIS and Science blog, 02 September 2009.

What Is The Geographic Approach? ArcWatch, August 2009. (With Jim Baumann)

GIS in Polar Regions.   e-Book, August 2009.  Editor.

Collaborative Mapping Drives a New Age of Exploration. GIS and Science blog, 12 August 2009.

Realizing Spatial Intelligence on the GeoWeb. ArcWatch, July 2009.

Spatial Concepts in GIS and Design. ArcNews, Summer 2009.

GISandScience.com blog. Writer/Editor, December 2008-present.

Essays on Geography and GIS, Vol. 2.  e-Book, July 2009. Editor.

GIS for Social Sciences.  e-Book, July 2009. Editor.

GIS for Archaeology.  e-Book, July 2009. Editor.

GIS Enters the Design Space. ArcWatch, June 2009.

Towards a GIS-based Framework for Climate Change StudiesGIS and Science blog, 19 May 2009.

Esri Poised to Release ArcGIS Explorer 900. ArcWatch, April 2009.

GIS in Africa.  e-Book, March 2009.  Editor.

GIS is a Green Technology.  e-Book, January 2009. Editor.

GIS and Science.  e-Book, November 2008. Editor.

GIS for Climate Change, first edition.  e-Book, November 2008. Editor and Contributing Author.

Essays on Geography and GIS, Vol. 1.  e-Book, September 2008. Editor.

Science and Our Changing Climate. Redlands Daily Facts, January 30, 2008.

GIS for Air Quality.  e-Book, December 2007. Editor.

ArcWatch. Founding Editor, 1997.

ArcNews. Editorial Advisory Board. 1994-2010.

ArcNews. Editor, Summer-Fall 1994. With Jim Baumann.

ArcCAD Integrates GIS System. AutoCAD World, July 1994.

Integrating CAD and GIS. Geodetical Info, October 1993.

Report of the Geographic Information Task Force. State of California, Governor’s Office, Office of Planning and Research. April, 1993. Contributing author.

What The Heck Is GIS Anyway? Professional Surveyor, March/April 1993.

ARC/INFO: The Next Ten Years. ArcNews, Summer 1992.

CAD and GIS Applications in Highway Noise Modeling. INTER-NOISE 89, Proceedings of the 1989 International Conference on Noise Control Engineering: Engineering for Environmental Noise Control. December 1989.

Impacts of Linear Corridors on Perennial Vegetation in the East Mojave Desert: Implications for Environmental Management and Planning. Natural Areas Journal. Vol. 9, No. 2, April 1989.

Temporal Changes in the Diversity of Artifact and Material Types at a Site in Cajon Pass, California. Symposium on the Quaternary History of the Mojave Desert. San Bernardino County Museum, Redlands, CA, 25-26 June 1988.

Environmental Assessment: Modification of Wastewater Treatment Ponds, Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex, Fort Irwin, California. Jet Propulsion Laboratory Publication 87-10. Primary author.

Environmental Assessment: Upgrade of Hazardous Materials Storage Areas, Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex, Fort Irwin, California. Jet Propulsion Laboratory Publication 87-9. Primary author.

Environmental Assessment: Titan II Space Launch Vehicle Modifications and Launch Operations Program.  Department of the Air Force, August 1987.  Contributing Author.

Design Guidelines Manual. Planning Department, City of Placentia, California, March 1986. (With Joyce Rosenthal and Richard Hendricksen)

Amuscupiabit: A Proto-historic Serrano Village in the Cajon Pass, California. Anthropology Laboratory, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, May 1985.

Data Processing and the Analysis of the Artifacts from SBCM2, Cajon Pass, California. Application of Advanced Technology to the Discipline of Archaeology. Meeting of the Society for California Archaeology: San Diego, California, March 28-30, 1985.

Dualism in Folklore and Myth. Man and His Habitat. Vol. 3, No. 1, Spring 1985.

Human Populations in Arctic Areas: Subsistence Economy Adaptations and Resource Availability. Man and His Habitat. Vol. 2, No. 1, Winter 1984.


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