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Biomass burning drives atmospheric nutrient redistribution within forested peatlands in Borneo
This article quantifies the influence of fire on biogeochemical fluxes of nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur in a 12 ha forested peatland in West Kalimantan, Indonesia.
LiDAR Data for Characterizing Linear and Planar Geomorphic Markers in Tectonic Geomorphology
This paper provides a brief review of airborne light detection and ranging (LiDAR) data for characterizing linear and planar geomorphic markers in tectonic geomorphology, including traces of active faults and surface deformation caused by earthquakes. Challenges and opportunities of LiDAR for the study of tectonic geomorphology and coseismic deformation are also discussed.
Improved bore-sight calibration for airborne light detection and ranging using planar patches
This article proposes an improved method for bore-sight calibration based on the principles of symmetry of coordinate offsets and low correlations between bore-sight angles.
Light detection and ranging and hyperspectral data for estimation of forest biomass: a review
This review addresses the status of hyperspectral data, LiDAR data, and the fusion of these two data sources for forest biomass estimation in the last decade.
Comparison of different methods for monitoring glacier changes observed by Landsat images
This paper presents three methods for classifying glacier boundaries, compares the three methods to provide advice on how to choose an appropriate method, and analyzes the relationship between glacier change and the trends of precipitation and temperature.
A rich Internet application for automated detection of road blockage in post-disaster scenarios
This paper presents the development of a rich Internet application for automated detection of road blockage in post-disaster scenarios using volunteered geographic information from OpenStreetMap street centerlines and airborne light detection and ranging (LiDAR) data.
Performance Comparison of Passive Structures with Multiple Gates and Funnels for Capturing Contaminated Groundwater
This article describes the evaluation of the capability of passive interceptors with multiple gates for directing the flow of contaminated groundwater.
Geophysical Prospecting for Oil and Gas Well Effluent
This article describes the evaluation of the utility of an earth resistivity system for detecting drilling effluent at a site in the Trinity Group outcrop zone.
Creased-Plastic Rock Permeameter for Hydrogeology Students
This article discusses the use of creased-plastic permeameters as an inexpensive way for students to estimate the hydraulic conductivity of local rock aquifers.
Hydrogeology Lessons and Exercises for Introductory Physical-Geology Students
This article describes the creation of instruction models for an undergraduate physical-geology course.
Oil Production and Groundwater Quality in the Edwards-Trinity Plateau Aquifer, Texas
This article suggests that evaporite dissolution and oilfield brine locally impact the Edwards-Trinity Plateau Aquifer, but the problem is not regionally pervasive.
A Graben in the Eagle Ford Shale, Lewisville, Texas
This article describes a graben bounded by normal faults in an outcrop of the Eagle Ford formation within Denton County.
Controlling Gully Erosion with Earth Dams in North-Central Texas
This article describes the use of earth dams for controlling gully erosion in part of the Eastern Cross Timbers of North-Central Texas.
Efficiency Comparison of Variably-Spaced, Non-Pumped Wells for Filtering Polluted Groundwater
This article investigates the capability of variably-spaced arrays of non-pumped wells, filled with reactive media, to filter a hypothetical contaminant plume.
Lightning, Downed Power Line Form Intriguing Rock Structure in Denton, Texas
This article describes a vitrified soil structure, formed by atmospheric and human activity, possessing characteristics of igneous and metamorphic rocks.
Visualizing Ground-Water-Flow Fields and Contaminant Plumes in an Undergraduate Hydrogeology Course
This article discusses the use of three-dimensional visualization methods to augment traditional contouring methods in an undergraduate ground-water course.
Growth dynamics of tropical savanna grasses: from individual shoots to plant models
Paper presented at the First Biennial Meeting of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society in 2002. This paper discusses growth dynamics of tropical savanna grasses from individual shoots to plant models.
Ethics Gaming Survey Results
Dataset generated for a National Science Foundation grant project, "EAGER: Prototyping a Virtue Ethics Game." These files contain the research results of the pre-test and post-test surveys.
TNR and conservation on a university campus: a political ecological perspective
Article discussing TNR and conservation on a university campus and a political ecological perspective.
Instrument, System and Method for Automated Low Cost Atmospheric Measurements
Patent relating to an instrument, system and method for automated low cost atmospheric measurements.
Transition and gap models of forest dynamics
Article discussing transition and gap models of forest dynamics.
Evaluation Of WEPP For Runoff And Sediment Yield Prediction On Natural Gas Well Sites
This article discusses the evaluation of Water Erosion Prediction Project (WEPP) for runoff and sediment yield prediction on natural gas well sites, instead of focusing only on the effects on fields, rangelands, and forests.
Nitrate, Arsenic and Selenium Concentrations in The Pecos Valley Aquifer, West Texas, USA
This article discusses nitrate, arsenic, and selenium concentrations in the Pecos Valley Aquifer in west Texas in the context of local geology and land use.
Spatial Distribution of Solutes in Aquifer Outcrop Zones along the Brazos River, East-Central Texas
Article discussing the spatial distribution of solutes in aquifer outcrop zones along the Brazos River, East-Central Texas.
Potential Hazards of Wind Energy For Rare, Threatened, and Endangered Birds and Batsin Texas
This article discusses the potential hazards of wind energy for rare, threatened, and endangered birds and bats in Texas.
Nitrate and Chloride Concentrations in Groundwater beneath a Portion of the Trinity Group Outcrop Zone, Texas
This article discusses a study in which the authors evaluated spatial distributions of nitrate and chloride concentrations in groundwater in an area of north-central Texas with agricultural activity, in addition to oil and natural gas exploration and activity.
Using GIS technology to identify areas of tuberculosis transmission and incidence
This article discusses using GIS technology to identify areas of tuberculosis transmission and incidence.
Geographic Distribution of HIV/AIDS in Texas
This presentation is part of the faculty lecture series UNT Speaks Out on HIV/AIDS. This presentation discusses the geographic distribution of HIV/AIDS in Texas and the associated factors.