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Curriculum Vitae

Dawn Jeannine Wright

Chief Scientist
Environmental Systems Research Institute
380 New York St.
Redlands, CA 92373

Also Courtesy Full Professor, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University

Positions Held Awards and Honors Publications
Abstracts & Meeting Papers
Sea-Going Experience Teaching Students
Grants Service Seminars/Workshops
Memberships References Other
Terra Feature, OSU Web
(2007)
College of Science feature
(Record, pdf)
Daily Barometer article
(pdf)
Science magazine feature
(AAAS, pdf)
Oregonian Feature 1, Feature 2
(pdfs)
Quotes  
2013, 2015 Story Maps

(to Top) Academic Preparation

Ph.D. 1994

University of California, Santa Barbara, CA
Individual Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Physical Geography and Marine Geology
Advisor: Dr. Raymond C. Smith
Dissertation Title: "From Pattern to Process on the Deep Ocean Floor: A Geographic Information System Approach"

M.S. 1986

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX
Oceanography
Advisor: Dr. William W. Sager
Thesis Title: "The Nature of the Northern Terminus of the Tonga Trench, Southwest Pacific"

B.S. 1983

Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL
Geology (cum laude)


(to Top) Certification

GISP - Certified GIS Professional (GISP), GIS Certification Institute, #22933, Certification 8/25/04 to 8/25/19


(to Top) Research Interests

GEOGRAPHY - Geographic information systems (GIS) and spatial analysis; marine geography; informatics and cyberinfrastructure; geographic information science (GISci) in higher education.

MARINE GEOLOGY - Benthic terrain characterization of coral reefs; processing, production, visualization, and interpretation of seafloor maps based on multibeam bathymetry, sidescan sonar, towed camera imagery, and submersible observations; marine data modeling and ocean metadata, ontologies, vocabularies, informatics, cyberinfrastructure.


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(to Top) Professional Experience

Sep 2013 - Present:

Courtesy Professor, College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.
Chief Scientist, Esri, Redlands, California.

Sep 2011 - Sep 2013:

Professor, Away on Leave to Esri.
College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.

Sep 2002 - Sep 2011:

Professor
Department of Geosciences (moved to College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences in 2011), Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.
Sabbatical #2, 12/17/08 to 12/15/08.

Sep 1999 - Sep 2002:

Associate Professor
Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.
Indefinite Tenure granted 9/16/99
Sabbatical #1, 12/16/00 to 12/15/01.

Sep 1995 - Sep 1999:

Assistant Professor
Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon.

Jan 1995 - Sep 1995:

Post-doctoral Research Associate
NOAA-Pacific Marine Environmental Lab, Oregon State University Hatfield Marine Science Center, Newport, Oregon.

Sep 1990 - Dec 1994:

Graduate Student Researcher
Marine Science Institute and National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis, University of California at Santa Barbara (UCSB).

Sep 1986 - Nov 1989:

Marine Laboratory Specialist (Marine Technician)
Logistics and Technical Support, Ocean Drilling Program, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.

Apr 1985 - Aug 1986:

Graduate Research Assistant
Science Operations, Ocean Drilling Program, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas.

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(to Top) Teaching

At Oregon State:

At Wheaton College (Illinios):

At UCSB:

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(to Top) SEA-GOING

2005:

R/V KA'IMIKAI-O-KANALOA - Hawaii Undersea Research Lab (HURL) Cruise KOK0510, Benthic Habitats of American Samoa - Pisces V submersible investigation of deep corals on Taema Bank and Fagatele Bay and Canyon, Tutuila, American Samoa. Chief-Scientist and Pisces science observer on Dives P5-648 and P5-650. Pago Pago, American Samoa.

2002:

R/V REVELLE - Drift Expedition Leg 10 - EM 120 shallow- and deepwater multibeam bathymetric survey of flanks surrounding Tutuila, American Samoa. Co-PI. Pago Pago, American Samoa.

2001:

Survey boat (30-ft) of the American Samoa Department of Marine and Wildlife Resources - Kongsberg/Simrad EM-3000 multibeam bathymetric surveys of the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary (FBNMS) and Pago Pago Harbor, island of Tutuila, American Samoa, funded by NOAA National Marine Sanctuary Program, NOAA National Ocean Service Office of Special Projects, and bathymetric surveying services contracted to Professor David Naar's group, College of Marine Science, University of South Florida. Pago Pago, American Samoa.

1996:

R/V MELVILLE - Sojourn Leg 2 - ARGO II and AMX/DSL 120 survey of the axial zone of the superfast-spreading East Pacific Rise, 17° to 18°S. Watchleader. Papeete, Tahiti to Hanga Roa, Easter Island.

R/V MELVILLE - Boomerang Leg 8 - Dredging, Sea Beam 2000, magnetics, gravity, and single-channel seismics at the Tonga Forearc and Trench, 14° to 28° S. ODP Site Survey. Co-chief scientist in charge of Sea Beam processing and interpretation, underway geophysics. Suva, Fiji to Pago Pago, American Samoa.

1995:

R/V ATLANTIS II. ALVIN submersible investigation of the 1993 eruption site on the Juan de Fuca Ridge, 45-46° N. ALVIN science observer on Dive 2990 to the Flow site of the CoAxial segment and GIS specialist in charge of producing pre-dive maps of fine-scale seafloor features and post-dive maps of ALVIN dive tracks. Astoria, Oregon to Astoria, Oregon.

R/V ATLANTIS II. ALVIN submersible investigation of the hydrothermal vent fields and 1993 eruption site on the Juan de Fuca Ridge, 45-46° N. ALVIN science observer on Dive 2591 to the Floc site of the CoAxial segment and GIS specialist in charge of producing pre-dive maps of fine-scale seafloor features and post-dive maps of ALVIN dive tracks and sample stations. Astoria, Oregon to Astoria, Oregon.

1992:

R/V MELVILLE - Sea Beam 2000, MR-1 side-scan sonar, and gravity investigations of the Southern East Pacific Rise, 16° to 23° S, including off-axis "gravity rolls" at 16° to 19° S. Watchleader. Presided as Davey Jones over Equator Crossing Proceedings. Papeete, Tahiti to Hanga Roa, Easter Island.

R/V ATLANTIS II - ADVENTURE II. ALVIN submersible investigation of hydrothermal vent fields and 1991 eruption site on the Northern East Pacific Rise, 9° to 10° N. GIS technician in charge of producing pre-dive maps of fine-scale hydrothermal and biological features and post-dive maps of ALVIN dive tracks and sample stations; general computer technician in charge of data archiving and electronic mail transfer. Acapulco, Mexico to Acapulco, Mexico.

1991:

R/V ATLANTIS II - ADVENTURE I. ALVIN submersible expedition to the Northern East Pacific Rise, 9° to 10° N, in support of Ocean Drilling Program (ODP) bare-rock drilling. Hydrothermal vent field investigation, discovery of fresh lava eruptions. ALVIN observer on Dive 2370 and GIS technician in charge of producing pre-dive maps of fine-scale seafloor features and post-dive maps of ALVIN dive tracks and sample stations. Manzanillo, Mexico to Manzanillo, Mexico.

1989:

D/V JOIDES RESOLUTION - ODP Leg 128. Evolution of the Japan Sea. Marine Technician (XRF/XRD, core lab). Also in charge of training new yeoman and new x-ray technician. Pusan, South Korea to Apra Harbor, Guam.

D/V JOIDES RESOLUTION - ODP Leg 126. Origin and evolution of Izu-Bonin Arc-Trench system, NW Pacific. Yeoman (shipboard science editor/administrator) and Marine Technician. Tokyo, Japan to Tokyo, Japan.

D/V JOIDES RESOLUTION - ODP Leg 124E. Philippine Sea. Deployment and testing of the diamond coring system. Yeoman/Marine Technician. Manila, Philippines to Apra Harbor, Guam.

1988:

D/V JOIDES RESOLUTION - ODP Leg 123. Argo Abyssal Plain and Exmouth Plateau, NW Australian margin. Final stages of rifting and the formation of volcanic basement and early oceanic sediments. Yeoman/Marine Technician. Presiding Queen over Equator Crossing Proceedings. Singapore, Singapore to Singapore, Singapore.

D/V JOIDES RESOLUTION - ODP Leg 121. Drilling of Broken Ridge and Ninetyeast Ridge, Western Indian Ocean. Yeoman/Marine Technician. Presided as Davey Jones over Equator Crossing Proceedings. Fremantle, Australia to Singapore, Singapore.

1987/1988:

D/V JOIDES RESOLUTION - ODP Leg 119. Prydz Bay, Antarctica. Late Cretaceous to Holocene paleoclimatic history of East Antarctica and Late Mesozoic rifting history of Indian plate from East Antarctica. Yeoman/Marine Technician. Port Louis, Mauritius to Fremantle, Australia.

1987:

D/V JOIDES RESOLUTION - ODP Leg 117. Oman Margin, Northern Indian Ocean. Origin, evolution, and variability of the Indian Ocean Monsoon and effects on Western Arabian Sea and bordering land masses. ODP record for most core recovered and sites drilled. Yeoman/Marine Technician. Colombo, Sri Lanka to Port Louis, Mauritius.

D/V JOIDES RESOLUTION - ODP Leg 115. Mascarene Plateau and Maldive Islands, NW Indian Ocean. Investigation of regional hotspot volcanism and paleoceanography. Yeoman/Marine Technician. Decreed a "Shellback" by Royal Order of King Neptune. Port Louis, Mauritius to Colombo, Sri Lanka.

1986/1987:

D/V JOIDES RESOLUTION - ODP Leg 113. Weddell Sea, Antarctica. Vertical water-mass stratification, climatic evolution, and oceanographic history of Antarctica and the surrounding ocean during the Mesozoic and Cenozoic. Yeoman/Marine Technician. Punta Arenas, Chile to Stanley, Falkland Islands.

1986:

D/V JOIDES RESOLUTION - ODP Leg 109. Mid-Atlantic Ridge, Kane Fracture Zone. Bare-rock drilling in zero-age crust. Marine Technician. Dakar, Senegal to Bridgetown, Barbados.

1984:

R/V GYRE - Texas A&M Department of Oceanography student cruise in the Gulf of Mexico. Physical and geological oceanographic techniques. Galveston, Texas.

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Graduate Students

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(to Top) Grant & Contract Support

April 2011

geneGIS: Computational Tools for Spatial Exploration of Individual-based Genotyping and Photo-identification Records of Marine Megafauna, Office of Naval Research, Marine Mammals and Biological Oceanography Program, P.I.s: Scott Baker (OSU Marine Mammal Institute), Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), John Calambokidis (Cascadia Research Collective), 07/01/11 to 09/30/13 (no cost extensoin to 3/6/14), $587,573.

Aug 2010:

Investigation of Coral Cover, Invertebrates, and Benthic Terrain Offshore Tutuila, Aunu’u and Olosega Islands, American Samoa, NOAA-NURP Hawai'i Undersea Research Laboratory (HURL), P.I.s: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences) and Doug Fenner (Dept. of Marine & Wildlife Resources, American Samoa), 1/1/12 to 9/30/12 ~$250,000 (no indirect or salary to OSU; NOAA pays field costs only) - GRANT CANCELLED DUE TO BUDGET CUTS TO NOAA NURP.

Nov 2009:

The Wisconsin Coastal Web Atlas: Building a Coastal Spatial Data Infrastructure for Wisconsin, Wisconsin Sea Grant, P.I.s: David Hart (U. of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute), Steve Ventura and Nancy Wiegand (U. of Wisconsin-Madison), 02/01/10 to 01/31/12, $120,000, ($12,000 subcontract to OSU Geosciences).

Sep 2009:

Identification of Outer Continental Shelf Renewable Energy Space-Use Conflicts and Analysis of Potential Mitigation Measures, Minerals Management Service (now Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, BOEM), P.I.s: Dan Hudgens and John Weiss (Industrial Economics, Inc.), Flaxen Conway (OSU Sociology and Oregon Sea Grant), Michael Harte (OSU COAS/MRM), Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), Madeleine Hall-Arber (MIT Sea Grant), Carrie Pomeroy (UC-Santa Cruz Institute of Marine Sciences), Jack Wiggin (Urban Harbors Institute, U. Massachusetts), Thomas Murray (VIMS), 09/15/09 to 09/16/11, $850,000 ($246,306 to OSU).

Jul 2009:

Increasing Diversity in the Earth Sciences (IDES) – A Track 2 Project, NSF Opportunities for Enhancing Diversity in the Geosciences (OEDG), Track 2, P.I.s: Shan de Silva (OSU Geosciences), Bob Duncan (COAS), Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 02/15/10 to 05/31/13, $1,048,211.

Online Version of Graduate Certificate in Geographic Information Science, OSU Extended Campus New Program Development Grant, P.I.s: Kaplan Yalcin and Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 07/1/09 to 9/30/11, $112,087.

Jun 2009:

TransAtlantic Workshops to Formalize an International Coastal Atlas Network, NSF Geography & Regional Science Program, P.I.: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 09/01/2009 - 02/29/2012, $55,940.

May 2009:

Departments and Underrepresented Students ALIGNED: Addressing Locally-tailored Information Infrastructure & Geoscience Needs for Enhancing Diversity, NSF Opportunities for Enhancing Diversity in the Geosciences (OEDG), Track 1, P.I.s: Patricia Solis (AAG), Ines Miyares (Hunter-CUNY); Senior Personnel: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), Michael Solem (AAG), Christine Rodrigue (Cal State-Long Beach), 09/01/09 to 09/30/12, $199,276.


January 2008:

Data Management for Marine Geological and Geophysical Datasets (GeoDI - Extension of Arc Marine), National Development Plan (of IRELAND) 2007-2013, Marine Institute Science, Technology & Innovation Programme, SeaChange Initiative, P.I.: Yassine Lassoued (Coastal & Marine Resources Centre, University College Cork, IRELAND), 1/24/08 to 5/31/11, $65,200, subcontract to D. Wright (OSU Geosciences).

June 2007:

Collaborative Research: Graduate Ethics Seminars for Future Geospatial Technology Professionals, National Science Foundation Ethics Education in Science and Engineering, P.I.s: David DiBiase (Penn State), Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), Francis Harvey (U of Minnesota), Michael Solem (AAG), 9/1/07 to 8/31/09 (w/no-cost extension to 8/31/10), $230,330 ($122,151 to OSU Geosciences).

May 2007:

Geospatial Decision Support Tools for Coastal Resource Management: Vulnerability Mapping of Regional Climate Variability and Change Impacts to Coastal Oregon , NOAA Sectoral Applications Research Program (SARP), Climate and Coastal Resource Management, Grant #NA07OAR4310410, P.I.s: Tim Nyerges (UW), Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), Robert Aguirre (independent scholar), 03/01/08 to 7/31/09 (w/no-cost extension to 7/31/10), $286,098 ($103,981 to OSU Geosciences).
     Project Site, April 2009 | Climate Wiki

Jun 2006:

Collaborative Research: Marine Metadata Initiative, NSF Ocean Sciences Division, Ocean Technology & Interdisciplinary Coordination, P.I.s: John Graybeal (MBARI), Karen Stocks (SDSC), Bob Arko (Lamont), Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), Andrew Maffei (WHOI), Matthew Howard and Stephanie Watson, (Texas A&M), and Philip Bogden (GoMOOS), 7/1/06 to 9/30/09, $2,297,626, ($98,559 to D. Wright, OSU Geosciences).

Extension of the Marine Institute's Marine Data Repository to Include Biological Data and Development of Supporting Tools, Strategic Marine Research, Technology, Development and Innovation (RTDI) Programme 2005, National Development Plan, IRELAND, P.I.: Val Cummins (Coastal & Marine Resources Centre, University College Cork, IRELAND), 1/09/06 to 12/31/07, $332,480 total, $32,250 to D. Wright, OSU Geosciences.

The Use of Data Mining Techniques for the Quality Control of Scientific Data, Strategic Marine Research, Technology, Development and Innovation (RTDI) Desk Studies Programme, National Development Plan, IRELAND, P.I.s: Val Cummins, Declan Dunne (Coastal & Marine Resources Centre, University College Cork, IRELAND), 5/01/06 to 5/15/07, $83,350 total, $6000 subcontract to D. Wright, OSU Geosciences.

Oct 2005:

TransAtlantic Workshops on Coastal/Marine Mapping and Informatics, NSF International Research and Education: Planning Visits and Workshops, P.I.: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), Foreign counterparts Val Cummins and Liz O'Dea (CMRC, University College Cork, Ireland), 12/15/05 to 12/31/07, $45,000.

Aug 2005:

Public Education and Outreach Materials for the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary, NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program, Grant #NA05NMF4631048, P.I. Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 10/1/05 to 9/30/07, $32,586.

Jun 2005:

Blade Servers or Server Farm for Geosciences E-Courses, OSU Technology Resource Fee Committee, P.I.s: Mark Meyers, Dawn Wright and Jon Kimerling (OSU Geosciences), 7/01/05 to 9/15/05, $49,793.

Feb 2005:

Refurbishing Digital Earth Teaching Classroom and Laboratory; OSU Technology Resource Fee Committee, P.I.s: Mark Meyers, Dawn Wright, and Laurie Becker (OSU Geosciences), 1/31/05 to 9/30/05, $95,495.

Dec 2004:

Collaborative Research: Marine Metadata Interoperability Project, National Science Foundation Cyberinfrastructure, P.I.s: John Graybeal, Francisco Chavez, and Stephanie Watson (MBARI), 10/1/04 to 12/30/05, $35,000 subcontract to Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences).

Nov 2004:

Collaborative Research: A Distributed Data Management System to Support Arctic Geology and Geophysics Programs, National Science Foundation, Office of Polar Programs, P.I.s: Margo Edwards (University of Hawaii), and Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 1/1/05 to 12/31/08, $320,745.

Sep 2004:

Mapping Benthic Habitats of the Eastern Samoan Islands: Submersible Dives , NOAA-NURP Hawai'i Undersea Research Laboratory (HURL), P.I.s: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences) and David Naar (U. of S. Florida College of Marine Science), 1/1/05 to 9/30/05 ~$213,500 (no indirect or salary to OSU or USF - field costs only).

Apr 2004:

Minority Fellowships for Education and Research Opportunities in Applying GIS and Remote Sensing to Coastal Resource Management , NOAA Coastal Services Center, Grant # NA04NOS4730181, P.I.s: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), Jim Good (COAS), 06/01/04 to 06/30/07, $124,891.

Mar 2004:

Development and Implementation of a GIS Curriculum for Current and Future Marine Resource Managers, NOAA Coastal Services Center, Integration & Development, Grant # NA04NOS473007, P.I.s: Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission and Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 03/01/04 to 2/28/06, $99,988.

Dec 2003:

Handheld PDA/GPS Units to Fully Optimize GIS Practicuum Courses; OSU Technology Resource Fee Committee, P.I.s: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences) and Richard Ash (Global Mapping Technologies), 01/5/04 to 6/18/04, $14,350.

Aug 2003:

Extending the Oregon Coast Geospatial Clearinghouse to Support the OGC Web Mapping Standard 1.0, FGDC Cooperative Agreements Program, NSDI, Grant #03HQAG0133, P.I.: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 9/1/03 to 12/30/04, $24,978.

Jul 2003

Marine GIS and Satellite Remote Sensing for Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service, Oceanic Research and Applications Division via the Cooperative Institute for Oceanographic Satellite Studies, Grant #NA03NES4400001, P.I.: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 09/01/03 to 12/15/04, $371,984.

Jun 2003

Development of the Virtual Oregon Natural Resources Data Clearinghouse, Interagency Agreement with Oregon Department of Administrative Services (Oregon Geospatial Data Clearinghouse), P.I.s: Tim Fiez (OSU Valley Library, Willamette Basin Project), Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 06/11/03 to 06/18/04, $60,000.

Mar 2003:

Spatial Technology Development and Educational Modules for the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary, NOAA Coastal Services Center Integration & Development Initiative, Grant #NA03NOS4730014 P.I.: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 03/03 to 03/06 (w/ no cost extension), $64,917.

Feb 2003:

Benthic Habitat Characterization for Coastal Management and Marine Protected Areas: American Samoa, NOAA Coastal Services Center Outreach--Special Projects for the Pacific Islands Initiative, Grant #NA03NOS4730033 P.I.: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 04/01/03 to 03/31/05, $49,384.

Nov 2002:

Web GIS for Computer-Aided Management of Emergency Operations (CAMEO), Contract from J.H. Robinson Associates, Santa Barbara, CA, P.I: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 12/15/02 to 03/16/03, $9226.

Jul 2002:

Data Projection for the Digital Earth Enhanced Classroom; OSU Technology Resource Fee Committee, P.I.s: Dawn Wright and Mark Meyers (OSU Geosciences), 07/02-07/03, $14,499.

Jan 2002:

EM120 Multibeam Survey off Tutuila, American Samoa: Supplemental Ship Time for the R/V Revelle; National Science Foundation, Ocean Sciences Division and NOAA National Marine Sanctuary Program. P.I.s: David Naar (University of South Florida) and Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 03/02, $22,000.

Jul 2001:

Visiting Professorship to Wheaton College; Office of the Provost, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois. P.I.: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 8/19 to 11/30, $16,340.

Jun 2001:

ITR/IM/Digital Government: Infrastructure for Data Sharing, Spatial Analysis, Resource Decision-Making, and Societal Impact: The Oregon Coastal Atlas; National Science Foundation, Information Technology Research. P.I.: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences). Senior non-PIs: Tanya Haddad and John Marra (Oregon Coastal Management Program/DLCD), and Paul Komar (OSU COAS), 9/1/01 to 2/28/05, $507,964.
   NOAA CSC Supplement

Jul 2000:

ITR/ACS: Computational Environment Infrastructure with Applications to Mid Ocean Ridge Research: The "Virtual Research Vessel" Prototype; National Science Foundation, Information Technology Research. P.I.s: Janice Cuny (U of O Computer & Information Science), Douglas Toomey (U of O Geological Sciences), Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), and Judy Cushing (Evergreen State College Computer Science), 9/1/00 to 2/28/05, $498,765.

POWRE: New Collaborative Research with the Sustainable Seas Expeditions at the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary (American Samoa); National Science Foundation, Professional Opportunities for Women in Research and Education. P.I.: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 12/16/00 to 02/28/02, $67,723.

Apr 2000:

Integrated Web Mapping - Serving and Integration of GIS Data from Distributed Sources on Distributed Map Servers; NOAA Office of High Performance Computing and Communications. P.I.s: Tiffany Vance (NOAA-PMEL, Seattle), Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), and Andra Bobbitt (NOAA-PMEL, Newport), 6/00 to 6/01, $67,500.

Virtual Oregon: Web-Based Access to Oregon's Environmental Data; Northwest Academic Computing Consortium. P.I.s: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), Cherri Pancake (NACSE), Phil Sollins, Theresa Valentine (OSU College of Forestry), Karyle Butcher (Valley Library), and Greg Gaston (Geosciences), 5/15/00 to 5/14/02, $60,000.

Jan 2000:

Campus-Wide Idrisi GIS Upgrade; OSU Technology Resource Fee Committee. P.I.s: Dawn Wright and Jon Kimerling (OSU Geosciences), 1/00 to 3/00, $6000.

Nov 1999:

Multi-level, "Humane" Interfaces to Improve the Usability of the National Geospatial Data Clearinghouse; University Consortium for Geographic Information Science/Federal Geographic Data Committee. P.I.s: Cherri Pancake (OSU Computer Science and Northwest Alliance for Computational Science & Engineering) and Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 11/99 to 10/00, $63,000.

Jan 1999:

Integration of Historical Groundfish Habitat Data With New, High-Resolution, Remotely-Sensed Data at Heceta Bank, Oregon; Oregon Sea Grant. P.I.s: Mark Hixon (OSU Zoology), Bob Embley (NOAA-PMEL), & Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), 1/99 to 12/99, $21,193.

Nov 1998:

Student Assistance for the UCGIS Communications Committee; University Consortium for Geographic Information Science. P.I.: Dawn Wright, 01/99 to 01/01, $2500.

Jul 1998:

A National Geospatial Clearinghouse for the Oregon Coast; Federal Geographic Data Committee (USGS). P.I.s: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences), Greg McMurray (Pacific Northwest Coastal Ecosystems Regional Study), Jim Guyton (Tillamook Coastal Watershed Resource Center), Steve Barnett (State Service Center for GIS), Sam Doak (Interrain Pacific); 9/98 to 9/99, $40,000.

Jun 1998:

The Three-fold Path to Spatial Enlightenment: Student-Centered, Resource-Based GIS Exercises; Northwest Academic Computing Consortium Faculty Incentive Award. P.I.s: Greg Gaston and Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences); 8/98 to 9/99, $3000.

May 1998:

Exploring the Deep: Geography of the World's Oceans for OSU Statewide; OSU Office of Distance and Continuing Education. P.I.: Dawn Wright; 5/98 to 9/98, $3622.

Video Delivery of Exploring the Deep: Geography of the World's Oceans for OSU Statewide; OSU Instructional Development and Technology Committee. P.I.s: Martin Fisk, Paul Komar, Robert Duncan (OSU College of Oceanic & Atmospheric Sciences), Vicki Osis (Oregon Sea Grant), & Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences); 7/98 to 9/98, $6000.

Oct 1996:

A Scientific Information Management Schema for the Endeavour Portion of the Juan de Fuca Ridge Observatory; National Science Foundation, OCE-9633609; P.I.s: Dawn Wright (OSU Geosciences) & Russ McDuff (UW Oceanography), 4/97 to 3/99, $180,265.

Jul 1996:

Environmental Services Data and Information Management Program; National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 43ABNR601442; P.I.: Dawn Wright; 7/96 to 10/96, $5000.

Sep 1995:

Crustal Cracking Along Multi-Segment Portions of the Juan de Fuca Ridge and its Relation to Ridge Segmentation; National Science Foundation, OCE-9521039; P.I.: Dawn Wright; 9/95 to 9/99, $79,958.

Sep 1995:

Dynamics of Extensional Convergent Margins & the Origin of Supra-Subduction Zone Ophiolites: Hypothesis Testing in the Tonga Forearc; National Science Foundation, OCE-9521023; P.I.'s: Sherman Bloomer & Dawn Wright; 9/95 to 9/98, $429,205.

Sep 1993:

Patterns and Processes on the Deep Ocean Floor: A GIS Approach to Mapping and Modelling Fissures on the Crest of the East Pacific Rise; Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship, National Research Council; P.I.: Dawn Wright; 9/93 to 9/94, $18,000.

Jun 1992:

Quantitative Geomorphology of the East Pacific Rise: Applications to Geologic/Acoustic Natural Laboratory Swath Bathymetry; Department of Defense Augmentation Award for Science and Engineering Research Training, Office of Naval Research; P.I.s: Ken Macdonald and Dawn Wright; 6/92 to 5/95, $124,000.

Jun 1991:

Development of a Study Guide for a New Course: Physical Geography of the World's Oceans; UCSB Teaching Assistant Instructional Grant; P.I.: Dawn Wright; 6/91 to 4/92, $1530.

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(to Top) Service to the University / Profession / Community

Publons Peer-Review Profile

2016:

Associate Editor, Marine Geodesy, Taylor & Francis (jIF=0.979)

Editorial Board, GigaScience, BGI and BioMedCentral (a new online open-access, open-data, open-source-code journal integrates standard article publication with dedicated data-hosting and computational resources, jIF=7.46)
Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Taylor & Francis (jIF=2.07)
Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Wiley-Blackwell Publishers (jIF=1.54)
Editorial Board, Geography Compass, Earth Observation Section, Wiley-Blackwell (jIF=1.23)
Editorial Board, Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning and Management, Springer (jIF=0.898)
Editorial Board, The Anthropocene Review, SAGE Publications
Editorial Board, The AAG Review of Books, Routledge

NOAA Science Advisory Board

Shell Ocean Discovery XPRIZE Science Advisory Board

52 North Scientific and Technological Advisory Board

Research Data Alliance (RDA), Marine Data Harmonization Interest Group Co-Chair

COMPASS Science Communication, Inc., Advisory Board

NSF Earthcube Liaison Team (Governance Group)

Member, RCN: OceanObsNetwork (NSF-funded Research Coordination Network)

West Coast Governors Alliance on Ocean Health, IT Working Group of Regional Data Framework Action Coordination Team

Esri delegate to the Consortium for Ocean Leadership

Advisory Board, Institute on the Environment, University of Minnesota

Advisory Board, Integrated Media Systems Center, USC (NSF Engineering Research Center)

Advisory Board, NSF EarthCube building blocks grant, A Broker Framework for Next Generation Geoscience (BCube), SiriJohda Khalsa et al., CU-Boulder lead

Advisory Board, NSF EarthCube conceptual design grant, Enterprise Architecture for Transformative Research and Collaboration Across the Geosciences, Ilya Zaslavsky et al., San Diego Supercomputer Center lead

Technical Subcommittee on Ocean Mapping (TSCOM), GEBCO (General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans; www.gebco.net)

Program Committee, GIScience 2016, 9th International Conference on Geographic Information Science, Montreal, CANADA

Program Committee, International Data Week, Denver, CO

Session Proposal Reviewer for 2017 AAAS Annual Meeting, Boston, MA

General Co-Chair, Third International Conference on CyberGIS and Geospatial Data Science, Urbana, IL

2015:

Associate Editor, Marine Geodesy, Taylor & Francis

Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Taylor & Francis
Editorial Board, Annals of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), Routledge
Editorial Board, The AAG Review of Books, Routledge
Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Wiley-Blackwell Publishers
Editorial Board, Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning and Management, Springer
Editorial Board, Geography Compass, Earth Observation Section, Wiley-Blackwell
Editorial Board, The Anthropocene Review, SAGE Publications
Editorial Board, GigaScience, BGI and BioMedCentral (a new online open-access, open-data, open-source-code journal integrates standard article publication with dedicated data-hosting and computational resources)
Advisory Board, Geospatial World magazine

NOAA Science Advisory Board

EPA Science Advisory Board

NSF Earthcube Liaison Team (Governance Group)

Research Data Alliance (RDA), Marine Data Harmonization Interest Group Co-Chair

Scientific Advisory Board, GeoComputation 2015, University of Texas at Dallas

International Editorial Review Board, Advancing Geographic Information Science: The Past and Next Twenty Years, 2015 Vespucci Institute

Member, RCN: OceanObsNetwork (NSF-funded Research Coordination Network)

West Coast Governors Alliance on Ocean Health, IT Working Group of Regional Data Framework Action Coordination Team

Esri delegate to the Consortium for Ocean Leadership + Ocean Leadership Policy Committee + Ocean Leadership Membership Committee

Delegate of the International Coastal Atlas Network (ICAN) to the International Oceanographic and Information Exchange (IODE) of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission; ICAN Steering Group, ICAN Communications Committee

52 North Scientific and Technological Advisory Board

COMPASS Advisory Board (Science Communication)

Project Team, CyberGIS Software Integration for Sustained Geospatial Innovation (NSF-funded)

Advisory Board, Integrated Media Systems Center, USC (NSF Engineering Research Center)

Advisory Board, NSF EarthCube building blocks grant, A Broker Framework for Next Generation Geoscience (BCube), SiriJohda Khalsa et al., CU-Boulder lead

Advisory Board, NSF EarthCube conceptual design grant, Enterprise Architecture for Transformative Research and Collaboration Across the Geosciences, Ilya Zaslavsky et al., San Diego Supercomputer Center lead

Volunteer mentor for WiN (Wheaton in Network), a mentoring/advising resource for Wheaton College students and alumni.

Backscatter Working Group (BSWG), GEOHAB (Marine Geological and Biological Habitat Mapping; geohab.org) - Final Report

Technical Subcommittee on Ocean Mapping (TSCOM), GEBCO (General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans; www.gebco.net)

American Geophysical Union Centennial Task Force in 2015 (as appointed by AGU president)

2014:

Associate Editor, Marine Geodesy, Taylor & Francis

Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Taylor & Francis
Editorial Board, Annals of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), Routledge
Editorial Board, The AAG Review of Books, Routledge
Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Wiley-Blackwell Publishers
Editorial Board, Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning and Management, Springer
Editorial Board, Geography Compass, Earth Observation Section, Wiley-Blackwell
Editorial Board, The Anthropocene Review, SAGE Publications
Advisory Board, Geospatial World magazine

NOAA Science Advisory Board

NSF Earthcube Liaison Team (Governance Group)

Esri delegate to the Consortium for Ocean Leadership + Ocean Leadership Policy Committee + Ocean Ladership Member Committee

Esri delegate to the World Ocean Council + Smart Oceans/Smart Industries Working Group, Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning Working Group

Program Committee, GIScience 2014, 8th International Conference on Geographic Information Science, Vienna, AUSTRIA

Scientific Advisory Board, GeoComputation 2015, University of Texas at Dallas

Member, RCN: OceanObsNetwork (NSF-funded Research Coordination Network)

West Coast Governors Alliance on Ocean Health, IT Working Group of Regional Data Framework Action Coordination Team

COMPASS Advisory Board (Science Communication)

Delegate of the International Coastal Atlas Network (ICAN) to the International Oceanographic and Information Exchange (IODE) of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission; ICAN Steering Group, ICAN Communications Committee

Project Team, CyberGIS Software Integration for Sustained Geospatial Innovation (NSF-funded)

Advisory Board, Integrated Media Systems Center, USC (NSF Engineering Research Center)

Advisory Board, NSF EarthCube building blocks grant, A Broker Framework for Next Generation Geoscience (BCube), SiriJohda Khalsa et al., CU-Boulder lead

Advisory Board, NSF EarthCube conceptual design grant, Enterprise Architecture for Transformative Research and Collaboration Across the Geosciences, Ilya Zaslavsky et al., San Diego Supercomputer Center lead

Advisory Board, NSF EarthCube test enterprise governance grant, EarthCube Test Enterprise Governance: An Agile Approach, Lee Allison et al., Arizona Geological Survey lead

Volunteer mentor for WiN (Wheaton in Network), a mentoring/advising resource for Wheaton College students and alumni.

Backscatter Working Group (BSWG), GeoHab (Marine Geological and Biological Habitat Mapping; geohab.org)

Technical Subcommittee on Ocean Mapping (TSCOM), GEBCO (General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans; www.gebco.net)

Invited presenter, Identifying Transformative Research in the Geographical Sciences: A Workshop, National Academy of Sciences Board on Earth Sciences and Resources, Beckman Center of the National Academies, Irvine, CA

More Esri Service outlined at compass.esri.com [Esri internal site]

2012-'13:

Associate Editor, Marine Geodesy, Taylor & Francis

Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Taylor & Francis
Editorial Board, Annals of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), Routledge
Editorial Board, The AAG Review of Books, Routledge
Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Wiley-Blackwell Publishers
Editorial Board, Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning and Management, Springer
Editorial Board, Geography Compass, Earth Observation Section, Wiley-Blackwell
Editorial Board, The Anthropocene Review, SAGE Publications
Advisory Board, Geospatial World magazine

National Academy of Sciences Ocean Studies Board + Executive Committee

NOAA Science Advisory Board

Esri delegate to the Consortium for Ocean Leadership + Ocean Leadership Policy Committee

Esri delegate to the World Ocean Council + Smart Oceans/Smart Industries Working Group, Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning Working Group

Blue Ribbon Panel of the Global Partnership for Oceans (coordinated by the World Bank and the National Academy of Science)

Session Proposal Reviewer for 2014 AAAS Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL

National selection panel, 2013 U.S. Professors of the Year Program, Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE)

Policy Committee (Advisory Board) for Integrated Earth Data Applications (IEDA), Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University

Advisory Board, NETMAR - Open Service Network for Marine Environmental Data, a 3-year project under European Commission FP7 ICT THEME ICT-2009-6.4: ICT for Environmental Services and Climate Change

Topic Editor, Encyclopedia of Earth, http://www.eoearth.org

Member, RCN: OceanObsNetwork (NSF-funded Research Coordination Network)

NSF EarthCube: Esri representative, Workflow Working Group, Semantics/Ontologies Working Group, Governance Working Group

West Coast Governors Alliance on Ocean Health, IT Working Group of Regional Data Framework Action Coordination Team

Delegate of the International Coastal Atlas Network (ICAN) to the International Oceanographic and Information Exchange (IODE) of the UNESCO Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission; ICAN Steering Group, ICAN Communications Committee

Stakeholder Representative, UC-Davis Sustainable Sourcing of Global Agricultural Raw Materials Project

Interview and video for the Aquarium of the Pacific to accompany public lecture of July 16, 2013

Profile for STEM Spotlight, JASON Learning (formerly The JASON Project), Climate: Seas of Change middle school science curriculum

Project Team, CyberGIS Software Integration for Sustained Geospatial Innovation (NSF-funded)

Volunteer mentor for WiN (Wheaton in Network), a mentoring/advising resource for Wheaton College students and alumni.

More Esri Service outlined at compass.esri.com [Esri internal site]

2011-'12:

Associate Editor, Marine Geodesy, Taylor & Francis

Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Taylor & Francis
Editorial Board, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Routledge
Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Wiley-Blackwell Publishers
Editorial Board, Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning and Management, Springer
Editorial Board, Geography Compass, Earth Observation Section, Wiley-Blackwell

National Academy of Sciences Ocean Studies Board

NOAA Science Advisory Board

Science Advisory Council, Conservation International

Esri delegate to the Consortium for Ocean Leadership

Esri delegate to the World Ocean Council

Program Committee, GIScience 2012, 7th International Conference on Geographic Information Science, Columbus, OH

Program Committee, CyberGIS' 12, 1st International Conference on Space, Time, and CyberGIS, Urbana, IL

Policy Committee (Advisory Board) for Integrated Earth Data Applications (IEDA), Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University

Member, RCN:OceanObsNetwork (NSF-funded Research Coordination Network)

Session Proposal Reviewer for 2013 AAAS Annual Meeting, Boston, MA

Advisory Board, NETMAR - Open Service Network for Marine Environmental Data, a 3-year project under European Commission FP7 ICT THEME ICT-2009-6.4: ICT for Environmental Services and Climate Change

External reviewer, Ocean.Data.Gov Prototype portal for the National Ocean Council, Executive Office of President Obama

External reviewer, NOAA's National Marine Protected Areas Center

Member of proposal team and subcommittee reviewing applications for new West Coast Data Network Action Coordination Team, West Coast Governors Alliance on Ocean Health

Topic Editor, Encyclopedia of Earth

Speaker, Discussion Leader, Women in Technology and Leadership Mentoring Group, Esri headquarters, Redlands, CA

Life history oral interview for the HistoryMakers – ScienceMakers

Project Team, CyberGIS Software Integration for Sustained Geospatial Innovation (NSF-funded)

Esri Service outlined at compass.esri.com [Esri internal site]

2010-'11:

Director, OSU Geography Program
Director, OSU Geographic Information Science Certificate Program
OSU Esri Site License Campus Coordinator
OSU College of Science Promotion and Tenure Committee

Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Taylor & Francis
Editorial Board, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Routledge
Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Wiley-Blackwell Publishers
Editorial Board, Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning and Management, Springer
Editorial Board, Geography Compass, Earth Observation Section, Wiley-Blackwell

National Academy of Sciences Ocean Studies Board
Committee on Geophysical and Environmental Data, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences
Committee on an Ocean Infrastructure Strategy for U.S. Ocean Research in 2030, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences.

Member of Membership Committee and Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS

Local Arrangements Committee, Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting 2011, Seattle, WA

Chair of Awards Committee, AAG Cyberinfrastructure Specialty Group

African Descent Travel Scholarship Award Committee, Association of Pacific Coast Geographers

Presenter and panelist for HistoryMakers/ScienceMakers public outreach program, “African American Perspectives: The Oil Spill and Careers in Science," The Allen Temple Baptist Church, Oakland, CA, March 2011

Technical Advisory Panel, Marine Metadata Interoperability initiative, funded by NSF and led by MBARI

Advisory Board, Places & Spaces: Cartography of the Physical and the Abstract

Program Committee, GeoComputation 2009, Sydney, Australia

Advisory Board, NETMAR - Open Service Network for Marine Environmental Data, a 3-year project under European Commission FP7 ICT THEME ICT-2009-6.4: ICT for Environmental Services and Climate Change

Topic Editor, Encyclopedia of Earth

2009-'10:

Director, OSU Geography Program
Director, OSU Geographic Information Science Certificate Program
OSU Esri Site License Campus Coordinator
OSU College of Science Promotion and Tenure Committee

Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Taylor & Francis
Editorial Board, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Routledge
Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Wiley-Blackwell Publishers
Editorial Board, Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning and Management, Springer
Editorial Board, Geography Compass, Earth Observation Section, Wiley-Blackwell

National Academy of Sciences Ocean Studies Board
Committee on Strategic Directions for the Geographical Sciences in the Next Decade, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences
Committee on Geophysical and Environmental Data, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences
Committee on an Ocean Infrastructure Strategy for U.S. Ocean Research in 2030, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences.

Chair of Research Committee, UCGIS
Member of Education and Membership Committees, UCGIS
Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS

Chair of Awards Committee, AAG Cyberinfrastructure Specialty Group

African Descent Travel Scholarship Award Committee, Association of Pacific Coast Geographers

Technical Advisory Panel, Marine Metadata Interoperability initiative, funded by NSF and led by MBARI

Advisory Board, Places & Spaces: Cartography of the Physical and the Abstract

Program Committee, GeoComputation 2009, Sydney, Australia

Advisory Board, NETMAR - Open Service Network for Marine Environmental Data, a 3-year project under European Commission FP7 ICT THEME ICT-2009-6.4: ICT for Environmental Services and Climate Change

Guest editor special feature issue on spatial cyberinfrastructure, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, (accepted, in prep.).

Topic Editor, Encyclopedia of Earth

Program Committee, Esri Space-Time Modeling and Analysis Workshop, Redlands GIS Week, February 22-23, Redlands, CA

2008-'09:

Director, OSU Geographic Information Science Certificate Program
Esri Site License Campus Coordinator

Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Taylor & Francis
Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Wiley-Blackwell Publishers
Editorial Board, Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning and Management, Springer
Editorial Board, The Professional Geographer, Routledge
Editorial Board, Geography Compass, Earth Observation Section, Wiley-Blackwell

National Academy of Sciences Ocean Studies Board
Committee on Strategic Directions for the Geographical Sciences in the Next Decade, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences
Committee on Geophysical and Environmental Data, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences

Chair of Research Committee, UCGIS
Member of Education and Membership Committees, UCGIS
Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS

Association of American Geographers (AAG) National Councillor, Chair of the National Council
Board of Directors, AAG Cyberinfrastructure Specialty Group

Technical Advisory Panel, Marine Metadata Interoperability initiative, funded by NSF and led by MBARI

Advisory Board, Places & Spaces: Cartography of the Physical and the Abstract

Program Committee, GeoComputation 2009 Sydney, Australia

Topic Editor, Encyclopedia of Earth

2007-'08:

Director, Geographic Information Science Certificate Program

Esri Site License Campus Coordinator
Annual campus co-organizer of OSU GIS Day, since 1999
Faculty panelist, Black CONNECT student orientation

Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Taylor & Francis

Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Blackwell Scientific Publishers

Editorial Board, Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning and Management, Springer

Editorial Board, The Professional Geographer, Routledge

Editorial Board, Geography Compass, Earth Observation Section, Wiley-Blackwell

Editorial Advisory Board, Geospatial Solutions, Questex Media

National Academy of Sciences Ocean Studies Board
Committee on Strategic Directions for the Geographical Sciences in the Next Decade, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences
Committee on Geophysical and Environmental Data, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences

Chair of Research Committee, UCGIS
Member of Communication, Education, and Membership Committees, UCGIS
Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS

Association of American Geographers (AAG) National Councillor, Chair of the National Council
Board of Directors, AAG Cyberinfrastructure Specialty Group

Oregon Territorial Seafloor Mapping Task Force

Marine Mapping Task Force, an advisery group reporting to the Oregon Ocean Policy Advisory Council (OPAC) Science and Technology Advisory Committee (STAC) on issues of marine reserve designation and planning

Steering Committee and Technical Team, Marine Metadata Interoperability initiative, funded by NSF and led by MBARI

Data Management Task Force, Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Management International.

Advisory Board, Places & Spaces: Cartography of the Physical and the Abstract

Board of Advisors, Ocean Explorers, Information Technology Experiences for Teachers and Students Program, Center for Image Processing in Education (CIPE) and Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary (CINMS).

Program Committee, 9th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2008), Montreal, CANADA.

External consultant, MAPS-GIS, Mapping, Analyzing & Problem Solving using Geographic Information Science, Lane Community College

Guest editor with Will Heyman of Texas A&M Geography, special issue on marine and coastal GIS for marine geomorphology, habitat mapping and marine reserve design, Marine Geodesy, 31(4).

Guest editor with Will Heyman of Texas A&M Geography, special issue on marine geomorphology as a determinant for essential life habitat and marine reserve networks, The Professional Geographer, 63(4).

2006-'07:

OSU Geosciences Graduate Committee
Coordinator of Joint Geosciences Seminar Series on Geovisualization, Winter '07
Director, Geographic Information Science Certificate Program

Esri Site License Campus Coordinator
Annual campus co-organizer of OSU GIS Day, since 1999

Faculty Senate Computing Resources Committee, Co-Chair
OSU Information Technology Coordination Committee

Field trip leader, Oregon Coast, OSU's inaugural Bridge to Encourage Scholars in Transition (BEST) Program, with a focus on freshman and transfer athletes, OSU Center for Academic Success, Student Affairs and the Educational Opportunities Program, September 9, 2006

Black Cultural Center Advisory Board

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Presentation to the OSU College of Busines Women's Empowerment Exchange, at the invitation of Dean Ilene Kleinsorge, January 15, 2007

Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Taylor & Francis

Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Blackwell Scientific Publishers

Editorial Advisory Board, Geospatial Solutions, Questex Media

Committee on Geophysical and Environmental Data, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences.

Vice-Chair of Research Committee, UCGIS
Member of Communication, Education, and Membership Committees, UCGIS
Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS

Association of American Geographers (AAG) National Councillor
Board of Directors, AAG Coastal and Marine Geography Specialty Group

Oregon Territorial Seafloor Mapping Task Force

Steering Committee and Technical Team, Marine Metadata Interoperability initiative, funded by NSF and led by MBARI

Data Management Task Force, Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Management International.

Advisory Board, Places & Spaces: Cartography of the Physical and the Abstract

Board of Advisors, Ocean Explorers, Information Technology Experiences for Teachers and Students Program, Center for Image Processing in Education (CIPE) and Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary (CINMS).

Science adviser, Oceana

Organizing Committee, Oceans 2007, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK.

Program Committee, 8th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2007), Philadelphia, PA.

2005-'06:

OSU Geosciences Promotion & Tenure Committee (Chair)
Search Committee, Distance Education/REU/Geohazards Program Coordinator
Director, Geographic Information Science Certificate Program
Faculty Senate Computing Resources Committee
Faculty panelist, Black CONNECT student orientation

Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Taylor & Francis

Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Blackwell Scientific Publishers

Editorial Advisory Board, Geospatial Solutions, Advanstar Communications

Advancing Physical Geography Working Group, AAG
Board of Directors, AAG Coastal and Marine Geography Specialty Group

Vice-Chair of Research Committee, UCGIS
Member of Communication, Education, and Membership Committees, UCGIS
Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS

Advisory Board/Contributor, Phase II of the Model Curricula Project, GIScience Body of Knowledge

Steering Committee, Technical Team, Marine Metadata Interoperability initiative, funded by NSF and led by MBARI

Data Management Task Force, Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) Management International

Advisory Board, Places & Spaces: Cartography of the Physical and the Abstract

Board of Advisors, Ocean Explorers, Information Technology Experiences for Teachers and Students Program, Center for Image Processing and Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary

Program Committee, 7th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2006), San Diego, CA.

Keynote speaker and VIP Guest, Intel FIRST Lego League State Tournament, Ocean Odyssey (ages 9-14), Oregon Robotics Tournament and Outreach Program (ORTOP). FIRST = For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology.

Oregon Territorial Seafloor Mapping Task Force

Profiled by the Minority Environmental Leadership Development Initiative (MELDI), University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and the Environment

Annual campus co-organizer of OSU GIS Day, since 1999

GIS and seafloor mapping exhibit table for Corvallis daVinci Days, July 15-16, 2006, as part of Discover OSU!

2004-'05:

Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Taylor & Francis

Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Blackwell Scientific Publishers

Editorial Advisory Board, Geospatial Solutions, Advanstar Communications

Guest editor with David DiBiase of Penn State Geography, Arena Symposium (special issue) on distance education in geographic information science, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 29(1), 91-158.

Advancing Physical Geography Working Group, AAG
Board of Directors, AAG Coastal and Marine Geography Specialty Group

Member of Communication, Education and Membership Committees, UCGIS
Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS

Steering Committee, Technical Team, Marine Metadata Interoperability initiative, funded by NSF and led by MBARI

OSU Geosciences Advisory Committee
OSU Geosciences Search Committee (Chair), Resource Geography/Land Use Assistant Professor
Promotion & Tenure Committee
Working Group, Distance Education/GeoHazards Search
Director, Geographic Information Science Certificate Program
John Byrne Distinguished Lecture Series Committee, College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences
Interview team, Marine Resource Management Director Search, College of Oceanic and Atmospheric Sciences

Invited Panelist, When Students Graduate with a Bachelor's Degree from OSU, What Skills and Areas of Expertise do we Expect Them to Have, Regardless of Major?, OSU Student Learning and Assessment Symposium

Program Committee, Coastal GeoTools '05, NOAA Coastal Services Center

Program Committee, 6th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2005), Atlanta, Georgia

Board of Advisors, Ocean Explorers, Information Technology Experiences for Teachers and Students Program, Center for Image Processing and Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary

Profiled in and science reviewer for Life on an Ocean Planet, new high school textbook, Current Publishing Corporation, in collaboration with COSEE (Centers for Ocean Sciences Education Excellence), published in 2005.

"Exploring Creatures of the Deep and Calamities on the Coast with GIS," OSU GIS Day Keynote, LaSells Stewart Center, Nov. 17th.

"Exploring the Deep: Cracks, Creatures, and a Career in Earth Science," OSU College of Science Science Connections Lecture Series (to high school students and teachers), Cleveland High School, Portland, Dec. 9th.

Profiled in What do you Want to Be? Explore Earth Sciences, Sally Ride Science, San Diego, CA.

2003-'04:

Editorial Board, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Taylor & Francis

Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Blackwell Scientific Publishers

Editorial Advisory Board, Geospatial Solutions, Advanstar Communications

Association of American Geographers (AAG) Nominating Committee

Board of Directors, AAG Coastal and Marine Geography Specialty Group

Board of Directors, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS)
Vice-Chair of Communications, Education Committee, Membership Committee, UCGIS
Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS

Program Committee, UCGIS Geospatial Visualization and Knowledge Discovery Workshop, funded by ARDA and the USGS, Lansdowne, Virginia

Board of Advisors, Ocean Explorers, Information Technology Experiences for Teachers and Students Program, Center for Image Processing and Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary

Steering committee, Marine Metadata Initiative, Marine Mapping Users Group

Board of Advisors and Mentor, Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program, OSU

OSU Geosciences Advisory Committee

OSU COAS/Geosciences Search Committee for Electron Microprobe Laboratory Director

OSU Geosciences Long-Range Planning Committee

OSU Geosciences Winter Seminar Committee: Special Joint Series, Formulating Policy for an Uncertain Earth

International Organizing Committee, Littoral 2004, University of Aberdeen and Cambridge Publications, Scotland, UK, www.littoral2004.org

Corvallis Branch of the NAACP 2004 Youth Awards, Corvallis Public Library, May 8th

Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, six, live 45-minute shows, each to an audience of over 1000 middle and high school students, Oregon Convention Center, Portland, May 13-14th

Lead College of Science Marshall, OSU Commencement Exercises, June 13th

2002-'03:

"Exploring the Deep: Cracks, Creatures, and a Career in Earth Science," Keynote address and Natural Resources workshop speaker, Discovering New Horizons (to 256 middle and high school girls and 60 parents), sponsored by Linn-Benton Lincoln Education Service District, Oregon Department of Education, and many others, Oregon State University, February 1, 2003.

Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Blackwell Scientific Publishers.

Editorial Advisory Board, Geospatial Solutions, Advanstar Communications.

National Needs for Coastal Mapping and Charting Committee, National Research Council, Ocean Science Board, National Academy of Sciences.

Association of American Geographers (AAG) GIS Specialty Group Immediate Past Chair.

AAG Nominating Committee.

Board of Directors, AAG Coastal and Marine Geography Specialty Group.

Immediate Past Chair, AAG GIS Specialty Group.

Board of Directors, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS).

Vice-Chair of Communications, UCGIS.

Education Committee and Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS; Chair of Distance Education Working Group, UCGIS.

Board of Visitors, Wheaton College, Illinois.

Steering Committee Member, OSU Association of Faculty for the Advancement of People of Color (AFAPC).

Board of Advisors, Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program, OSU.

2001-'02:

Editorial Board, Transactions in GIS, Blackwell Scientific Publishers.

Editorial Advisory Board, Geospatial Solutions, Advanstar Communications.

National Needs for Coastal Mapping and Charting Committee, National Research Council, Ocean Science Board, National Academy of Sciences.

Association of American Geographers (AAG) GIS Specialty Group Chair.

Board of Directors, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS).

Vice-Chair of Communications, UCGIS.

Education Committee and Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS; Chair of Distance Education Working Group, UCGIS.

Chair, AAG GIS Specialty Group.

External reviewer, Wheaton College (Illinois) Department of Geology & Environmental Science 10-year review.

Board of Visitors, Wheaton College, Illinois.

Steering Committee Member and Web Goddess, OSU Association of Faculty for the Advancement of People of Color (AFAPC).

Geosciences Search Committee: New physical geography/remote sensing tenure-track faculty position, Geography Program.

Geosciences Search Committee: New chair of Geosciences.

Geosciences Search Committee: New world regional/human geography tenure-track faculty position, Geography Program.

Featured in the Science Section of The Oregonian, January 30, 2002, pp. D9-D10.

Board of Advisors, Ronald E. McNair Scholars Program, OSU.

Keynote addresses and discussion facilitation for the Conservation and the Coral Reef World online workshop, sponsored by the Sustainable Seas Expeditions and the College of Exploration.

Keynote address, "Exploring the Deep: Cracks, Creatures, and a Career in Earth Science," Saturday Academy Blueprints for Success (for middle and high school girls), Advocates for Women in Science, Engineering and Mathemetics, Portland State University, April 13th.

Panel presenter, "Women in Science and Technology," 2002 Conference on Gender and Culture, OSU Women's Center, April 17th.

Profiled in Minorities in the Aquatic Sciences (MAS), American Society of Limnology and Oceanography.

2000-'01:

Vice Chair, AAG GIS Specialty Group.

Board of Visitors, Wheaton College, Illinois.

Board of Directors, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS) - 3-year term.

Education Committee, UCGIS; Chair of Distance Education Working Group, UCGIS.

Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS.

Steering Committee Member and Web Goddess, OSU Association of Faculty for the Advancement of People of Color (AFAPC).

Organizing Committee, Marine Geology & Geophysics Database Management Workshop, May 14-16, 2001, sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Office of Naval Research.

Profiled in Macmillan/McGraw-Hill 2002 Science textbook series, "People in Science: Marine Geology."

Subject of the chapter "Dawn Wright - Mapping the Abyss," authored by Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy student Mike Stukel, for the book Portraits of Great American Scientists, edited by Nobel Laureate Leon Lederman and Judith Scheppler, published by Prometheus Books, 2001.

Featured in the "Oceans" volume of the National Geographic publication Reading Expeditions: Science, for grades 3-6, published in 2002.

1999-'00:

"Setting Myself Up for Success," panel for new graduate students, BLACK Connect '99, Orientation program for new African-American students, OSU Ujima Education Office, September 20, 1999.

OSU Connect orientation for new students from Hawaii, Asian/Pacific American Education Office, September 26, 1999.

OSU campus organizer for the first annual, worldwide GIS Day 1999, November 19th, sponsored by Esri, AAG, and the National Geographic Society: lab tours, GIS demos, map galleries, lab reception, and presentations to Corvallis area secondary schools.

Featured in the OSU President's Report 2000.

OSU Geosciences Facilities/Equipment Committee.

OSU Geosciences Long-Range Planning Committee.

OSU Geosciences Web Editor.

AAG Affirmative Action and Minority Status Committee.

Consortium for Geographic Information Steering Committee, AAG Representative.

Program Committee,

Board of Directors, AAG Coastal and Marine Geography Specialty Group.

Board of Visitors, Wheaton College, Illinois.

Chair of Communications, UCGIS.

Education Committee, UCGIS.

Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS.

Member, OSU AFAPC.

Profiled in The Earth Below, a new mathematics textbook for 4th graders, published by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).

Profiled in a new science textbook for secondary schools, published by the Houghton Mifflin Company.

Profiled on Black Entertainment Television's career web site.

Judge and timer for the Oregon regional competition of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl, for high-school students.

Profiled on Remarkable Careers, an NSF-funded web site about women oceanographers for middle and high-school students.

Local Arrangements Chair, UCGIS Summer Assembly, near Mt. Hood, Oregon: arrangements for registration, participant lodging and meals, meeting rooms, audio-visual, conference packets, student travel, student poster session, recreation, and conference web site (attendance of 120).

1998-'99:

OSU Geosciences Graduate Committee.

OSU Geosciences Facilities/Equipment Committee.

OSU Geosciences Long-Range Planning Committee.

OSU Geosciences Web Editor.

AAG Affirmative Action and Minority Status Committee.

Consortium for Geographic Information Steering Committee, AAG Representative.

Board of Directors, AAG Coastal and Marine Geography Specialty Group.

Board of Visitors, Wheaton College, Illinois.

Chair of Communications, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS).

Education Committee, UCGIS.

Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS.

Workshop Presenter, "Career Planning for Graduate Students," Preparing for the 21st Century Professional Development Conference, February 13, 1999.

"A Glimpse of African-Americans in Science," presentation as part of the "Beyond Black History Month" series sponsored by the Bahai'i s of Corvallis, Corvallis Public Library, April 10, 1999.

Profiled in the "Faces of Science" exhibit, Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI), for grade school students, opened June 1999.

Profiled in "Marine Science Careers: A Sea Grant Guide to Ocean Opportunities," for middle and high school students.

Tour leader for Earth Sciences Open House, 1999 da Vinci Days, Wilkinson Hall, OSU.

"Ocean Floor Mapping," presentation for the "Cavalcade of Art, Science, and Technology," 1999 da Vinci Days, LaSells Stewart Center, OSU.

1997-'98:

OSU Geosciences Graduate Committee.

OSU Geosciences Facilities/Equipment Committee.

OSU Geography Seminar Coordinator.

OSU Geosciences Web Editor.

AAG Affirmative Action and Minority Status Committee.

GIS/LIS Steering Committee, AAG Representative.

Board of Directors, AAG Coastal and Marine Geography Specialty Group.

International Committee, GIS Planet '98, International Conference and Exhibition on Geographic Information, Lisbon, Portugal.

Lead OSU Delegate, UCGIS.

Chair of Emerging Technologies for GIScience Working Group, UCGIS.

Panel Moderator for Symposium on Graduate Study in Science for Undergraduate Women, OSU, November 14-16, 1997.

Lead delegate for Oregon State, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS).

Keynote Speaker and workshop leader, 8th Annual South Coast Women in Science Careers Day, South Coast Saturday Academy of the Boys & Girls Club of Southwestern Oregon, Oregon Institute of Marine Biology, Coos Bay, OR, February 7, 1998.

Keynote Speaker, 3rd Annual Math, Science, & Technology Conference for Middle School Girls in Washington County, NW Regional Education Service District, Washington County Fairgrounds, Hillsboro, OR, March 18, 1998.

1996-'97:

Panelist for "Women in Graduate School: Challenges & Opportunities," OSU Graduate School, April, 1997.

OSU Geography Seminar Coordinator.

OSU Geosciences Undergraduate Committee.

OSU Geosciences Web Editor.

Appointed to presentation team for UCGIS congressional briefing of members and staffers of the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate, Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C., February 1, 1997.

Lead delegate for Oregon State, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS).

"Women go to Sea Too!" - Presentation to OSU Women in Archeology, February 13, 1997.

Guest Coach - OSU Women's Basketball Team - OSU versus Arizona State, January 25, 1997.

Search Committee - New structural geology/active tectonics tenure-track faculty position, OSU Geology program.

Saturday Academy, Oregon Graduate Institute of Science & Technology - listed in "Directory of Minority and Bilingual Science and Math Practioners: Role Models for Students."

OSU African-American Graduate Students - Faculty adviser.

1995-'96:

OSU Geosciences Web Editor.

Director of the AAG Coastal and Marine Geography Specialty Group.

Steering committee for the 1997 Symposium on Graduate Study in Science for Undergraduate Women, OSU.

Presentation to OSU undergraduate students of color in the PROMISE (Professional and Managerial Internships in State Employment) program, Aug. 13, 1996.

Appointed to the AGU Information Technology Committee, July 1, 1996 to June 30, 1998.

Coordination of a Site License Agreement between Esri and the OSU campus through OSU Information Services. The agreement involves the OSU Colleges of Science, Forestry, Engineering, Agriculture, Oceanographic & Atmospheric Sciences, and the Hatfield Marine Science Center, and each year saves the campus ~$40,000 in maintenance fees and at least $200,000 in new software purchases.

Appointed to the National Education Committee of the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science (UCGIS).

Official voting delegate for Oregon State, UCGIS.

OSU National Society of Black Engineers - Faculty Advisor.

OSU Cycling Team - Faculty Advisor.

Resource scientist for The Earth and Sea Investigators Program, a pilot distance learning experience for 4th to 8th grade teachers and students. Oregon Dept. of Education and OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center.

Presentations to high school students at the OSU "Kaleidescope of Colleges and Cultures" Open House for prospective students of color, Jan. 20, 1996.

Presentation to high school students and teachers in science and math at the OSU Spring Showcase, Visual Cascade of Sciences, Apr. 20, 1996.

Selection committee for Christian John Hunt Memorial Fund to deserving undergraduate Geosciences majors, OSU Dept. of Geosciences.

Presentation to Philomath Rotary Club, entitled "Hot Thermal Vents in the NE Pacific," Apr. 23, 1996.

1994-'95:

Appointed to the National Research Committee of the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science.

Participant in Linn, Benton and Lincoln County "Job Shadow" Program, where high school students "shadow" a worker for 2-6 hours to get a first-hand perspective of what adults do in the world of work and to better understand the process of career exploration.

Resource scientist for The Earth and Sea Investigators Program, a pilot distance learning experience for 4th to 8th grade teachers and students. Oregon Dept. of Education and OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center.

Steering committee for the 1996 Symposium on Graduate Study in Science for Undergraduate Women, OSU.

Faculty Oversight committee for NSF Landscape Studies Fellowship, OSU Depts. of Geosciences, Forest Science, and Forest Resources.

Director of the AAG Coastal and Marine Geography Specialty Group.

1990-1994:

National Geography Awareness Week. Presentations to local elementary school groups on behalf of UCSB Geography Department.

Graduate Representative to Faculty Meetings Black Graduate Students Association.

Transition House for the homeless, downtown Santa Barbara, CA. Coordinator for Santa Barbara Community Church for the provision of weekend evening meals.

Member of Colloquia Committee, UCSB Geography Department Black Graduate Students Association.

Graduate Representative to Faculty Meetings and Member of committee to revamp curriculum for "Introduction to Geographic Research" series of courses, UCSB Department of Geography.

Graduate Partnership Association. Mentor to minority undergraduates majoring in physical sciences.

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(to Top) Professional Societies

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) - Geology & Geography Section.

American Geophysical Union (AGU) - Earth & Space Science Informatics Focus Group, Tectonophysics Section.

Association of American Geographers (AAG) - Geographic Information Science & Systems Specialty Group, Coastal and Marine Geography Specialty Group, Cyberinfrastructure Specialty Group.

Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) - SIGSPATIAL (Spatial Special Interest Group).

Citizen Science Association (CSA).

European Geosciences Union (EGU) - Earth & Space Science Informatices and Ocean Sciences Divisions.

Geological Society of America (GSA) - Geoinformatics Division.

International Geographical Union (IGU) - GIScience Commission, Coastal & Marine Geography Commission.

International Geospatial Society (IGS).

National Council for Geographic Education (NCGE).

Society for Conservation GIS (SCGIS).


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(to Top) Publications

Datasets Registered with a Digital Object Identifier (DOI)

Wright D. and Bloomer, S.H., 2005. Tonga Trench and Forearc Multibeam Bathymetry Grids. Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory Integrated Earth Data Application (IEDA): Marine Geoscience Data System (MGDS) Data Collection. DOI: 10.1594/IEDA/100011.

Books

Wright, D.J. (Ed.), 2015. Ocean Solutions, Earth Solutions, Redlands, CA: Esri Press, 366 pp., plus companion portal, e-book (Book DOI: 10.17128/9781589483651, Data DOI: 10.17128/9781589483651_d, ISBN 978-1-5894-836-37). [VIDEO]

Barron, E.J., Bellingham, J.G., Boss, E.S., Boyle, E.A., Edwards, M., Fine, R.A., Johnson, K.S., Kelley, D.S., Kite-Powell, H., Ramberg, S., Rudnick, D.L., Schofield, O.M.E., Tamburri, M., Wiebe, P.H., and Wright, D.J., 2011. An Ocean Infrastructure Strategy for U.S. Ocean Research in 2030, Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences Press, 98 pp. (ISBN 0-309-18603-X).

Wright, D.J., Dwyer, E., and Cummins, V. (eds.), 2011. Coastal Informatics: Web Atlas Design and Implementation, Hershey, PA: IGI-Global, 350 pp. (ISBN: 9781615208159, doi: 10.4018/978-1-61520-815-9).

Murphy, A.B., Colleton, N., Downs, R.M., Goodchild, M.F., Hanson, S., Lawson, V., Macdonald, G., Magilligan, F.J., Moseley, W.G., Polsky, C., Seto, K.C., and Wright, D.J., 2010. Understanding the Changing Planet: Strategic Directions for the Geographical Sciences, Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences Press, 172 pp. (ISBN 0-309-15075-2).

Wright, D.J., Blongewicz, M.J., Halpin, P.N., and Breman, J., 2007. Arc Marine: GIS for a Blue Planet, Redlands, CA: Esri Press, 202 pp. (ISBN 978-1-58948-017-9), plus 2 companion web sites.

Wright, D.J. and Scholz, A.J. (Eds.), 2005. Place Matters: Geospatial Tools for Marine Science, Conservation and Management in the Pacific Northwest, Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press, 305 pp., (ISBN 0-87071-057-5), plus companion web site.

Mayer, L., Barbor, K., Boudreau, P., Chance, T., Fletcher, C., Greening, H., Li, R., Mason, C., Metcalf, K., Snow-Cotter, S., and Wright, D., 2004. A Geospatial Framework for the Coastal Zone: National Needs for Coastal Mapping and Charting, Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences Press, 149 pp., (ISBN 0-309-09176-4).

Wright, D.J. (Ed.), 2002. Undersea with GIS, Redlands, CA: Esri Press, 253 pp., plus companion CD-ROM, (ISBN 1-58948-016-3).

Wright, D.J. and Bartlett, D.J. (Eds.), 2000. Marine and Coastal Geographical Information Systems, London: Taylor & Francis, 320 pp. (ISBN 0-7484-0862-2).

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Refereed Journal Articles, Book Chapters, Technical Reports, Invited Editorials and Reviews

2016:

Wright, D.J., Toward a digital resilience, Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene, doi: 10.12952/journal.elementa.000082.

Wright, D.J., If we want a resilient world, we need to start with resilient data, Ensia, February 2016, online.

Wright, D.J., Foreword, in Cowen, D. (ed.), STEM and GIS in Higher Education, Redlands, California: Esri Press, free e-book, esriurl.com/stemgis, ISBN: 9781589484481.

2015:

Sullivan, C.M., Conway, F.D.L., Pomeroy, C., Hall-Arber, M., and Wright, D.J., Combining geographic information systems and ethnography to better understand and plan ocean space use, Applied Geography, doi: 10.1016/j.apgeog.2014.11.027.

Gallagher, J., Orcutt, J., Simpson, P., Wright, D., Kampel, M., Kawano, T., Maltz, F., McCann, M., Pearlman, J. Pirene, B., Pissierssens, P., Raymond, L., Shepherd, I., Waldmann, C., Williams, A. III, Facilitating open exchange of data and information, Earth Science Informatics, 8(4): 721-739, doi: 10.1007/s12145-014-0202-2.

2014:

Sayre, R., J. Dangermond, C. Frye, R. Vaughan, P. Aniello, S. Breyer, D. Cribbs, D. Hopkins, R. Nauman, W. Derrenbacher, D. Wright, C. Brown, C. Convis, J. Smith, L. Benson, D. Paco VanSistine, H. Warner, J. Cress, J. Danielson, S. Hamann, T. Cecere, A. Reddy, D. Burton, A. Grosse, D. True, M. Metzger, J. Hartmann, N. Moosdorf, H. Dürr, M. Paganini, P. DeFourny, O. Arino, S. Maynard, M. Anderson, and P. Comer. A New Map of Global Ecological Land Units — An Ecophysiographic Stratification Approach. Washington, DC: Association of American Geographers, 46 pages.

Dick, D.M., Walbridge, S., Wright, D.J., Calambokidis, J., Falcone, E.A., Steel, D., Follett, T., Holmberg, J., and Baker, C.S., geneGIS: Geoanalytical tools and Arc Marine customization for individual-based genetic records, Transactions in GIS, 18(3): 324-350.

Devillers, R., Canessa, R., and Wright, D.J., Preface: Special issue on coastal and marine geographic information systems, Marine Geodesy, 37(2): 97-98.

Wright, D.J., Mapping the course, Ensia, April 2014, online.

Keon, D.B., Steinberg, B.M., Yeh, H.H., Pancake, C.M., and Wright, D.J., Web-based spatiotemporal simulation modeling and visualization of tsunami inundation and potential human response, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, doi: 10.1080/13658816.2013.875548.

Falloon, T.J., Meffre, S., Crawford, A.J., Hoernle, K., Folkmar, H., Bloomer, S.H., and Wright, D.J., Cretaceous fore-arc basalts from the Tonga arc: Geochemistry and implications for the tectonic history of the SW Pacific, Tectonophysics, doi: 10.1016/j.tecto.2014.05.007.

Wright, D.J., Chigbu, P., Legg, S. Merrifield, M., and Sylvia, G. External Review of the Cooperative Institute for Marine Ecosystems and Climate, NOAA Science Advisory Board Report, Silver Spring, MD, 20 pp.

Wright, D.J., Review of Soundings: The Story of the Remarkable Woman Who Mapped the Ocean Floor by Hali Felt, Geographical Review, 104(1): 115-117, doi: 10.1111/j.1931-0846.2014.12010.x.

2013:

Hoegh-Guldberg, O., Aqorau, T., Arnason, R., Chansiri, T., Del Rio, N., Demone, H., Earle, S., Feeley, M.H., Gutierrez, D., Hilborn, R., Ishii, N., Lischewski, C., Lubchenco, J., Nguyen, K.A., Obura, D., Poyet, R., Slade, T.N., Tanzer, J., Williams, J.H., Wright, D.J., and Xu, J., Indispensable Ocean: Aligning Ocean Health and Human Well-Being, Guidance from the Blue Ribbon Panel to the Global Partnership for Oceans, Washington, DC: World Bank, 44 pp.

Wright, D.J., The Ocean GIS Initiative: Esri's Commitment to Understanding Our Oceans, Esri e-Book, 2nd Edition, Technical Report J10129, Esri, Redlands, CA, 27 pp.

Wright, D., Bridging the gap between scientists and policy makers, Geospatial World [Invited for Annual Thought Leaders Edition], 3(6): 104-105, 107. Longer version as a blog piece.

2012:

Wright, D.J., Theory and application in a post-GISystems world, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 26(12), 2197-2209.
This is the authors' version of the work. It is posted here by permission of International Journal of Geographical Information Science and Taylor & Francis for personal academic use, not for mass redistribution or for commercial purposes. The definitive version is available at www.tandfonline.com.

Meffre, S., Falloon, T. J., Crawford, T. J., Hoernel, K., Hauff, F., Duncan, R. A., Bloomer, S. H., and Wright, D. J., Basalts erupted along the Tongan fore arc during subduction initiation: Evidence from geochronology of dredged rocks from the Tonga fore arc and trench, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 13(12): Q12003, doi:10.1029/2012GC004335.

Wright, D.J., Roberts, J., Fenner, D., Smith, J.R., Koppers, A.A.P., Naar, D., Hirsch, E.R., Clift, L.W., and Hogrefe, K.R., Seamounts, ridges, and reef habitats of American Samoa, in Harris, P.T. and Baker, E.K. (eds.), Seafloor Geomorphology as Benthic Habitat: GeoHab Atlas of Seafloor Geomorphic Features and Benthic Habitats, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 791-806.

DiBiase, D., Harvey, F., Goranson, C., and Wright, D.. The GIS professional ethics project: Practical ethics education for GIS professionals, in Unwin, D., Foote, K., Tate, N., and DiBiase, D. (eds.), Teaching Geographic Information Science and Technology in Higher Education, London: Wiley and Sons, 199-210.

Wright, D.J., GIS "in Depth" -- Esri's Commitment to and Strategy for the Oceans, Esri Internal Strategic Plan, Technical Report J10128, Esri, Redlands, CA, 98 pp.

Wright, D.J., The Ocean GIS Initiative: Esri's Commitment to Understanding Our Oceans, Esri e-Book, Technical Report J10129, Esri, Redlands, CA, 26 pp.

Dwyer, N., Kopke, K., Berman, M., Belpaeme, K., O'Dea, L., Haddad, T., and Wright, D. Report of International Coastal Atlas Network Workshop 5: Coastal Atlases as Engines for Coastal & Marine Spatial Planning, Oostende, Belgium, 31 August to 2 September 2011, 50 pp.

Conway, F., Hall-Arber, M., Harte, M., Hudgens, D., Murray, T., Pomeroy, C., Weiss, J., Wiggin, J., and Wright, D. Identification of Outer Continental Shelf Renewable Energy Space-use Conflicts and Analysis of Potential Mitigation Measures. U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Outer Continental Shelf Study BOEM 2012-083, Industrial Economics, Inc., Cambridge, MA, 414 pp.

Wright, D.J., Esri's Ocean GIS Initiative, ArcNews, 34(3): 12-13.

Paul, E., McClintock, W., and Wright, D., SeaSketch for oil spill response, Journal of Ocean Technology, 7(4): 130-131. [pdf]

2011:

Pittman, S.J., Connor, D.W., Radke, L., and Wright, D.J., Application of estuarine and coastal classifications in marine spatial management, in Wolanski, E. and McLusky, D.S (eds.), Treatise on Estuarine and Coastal Science, Vol. 1, Features/Classification of Estuaries and Coastal Waters, Elsevier Academic Press, Waltham, 163-205. [reprint available upon request]

Koppers, A.A.P., Russell, J.A., Roberts, J., Jackson, M.G., Konter, J., Wright, D.J., Staudigel, H., and Hart, S.R., Age systematics of two en echelon Samoan volcanic trails, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 12, Q07025, doi:10.1029/2010GC003438.

Wright, D.J. and Wang, S., The emergence of spatial cyberinfrastructure, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108(14): 5488-5491, doi:10.1073/pnas.11030511 08 + Front Cover.

Wright, D.J. and Goodchild, M.F. (eds.), Special feature: Spatial cyberinfrastructure, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108(14): 5488-5509.

Armstrong, M.P., Nyerges, T.L., Wang, S., and Wright, D., Connecting geospatial information to society through cyberinfrastructure, in Nyerges, T., Couclelis, H., and McMaster, R. (eds.), The SAGE Handbook of GIS and Society Research, Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, 109-122.

Heyman, W.D., and Wright, D.J., Marine geomorphology in the design of marine reserve networks, The Professional Geographer, 63(4): 429-442.

Heyman, W.D., and Wright, D.J. (eds.), Special focus section: Marine geomorphology in the design of marine reserve networks, The Professional Geographer, 63(4): 429-513.

O’Dea, E.K., Dwyer, E., Cummins, V. and Wright, D.J., Potentials and limitations of coastal web atlases, Journal of Coastal Conservation: Planning and Management, 15: 607-627.

Wright, D.J. and Roberts, J.T., Exploring the deeper reefs and volcanic provinces of American Samoa, ArcNews, 33(2): 18-19.

Wright, D.J., Cummins, V., and Dwyer, E., Introduction, in Wright, D.J., Dwyer, E., and Cummins, V. (Eds.), Coastal Informatics: Web Atlas Design and Implementation, Hershey, PA: IGI-Global, 1-11.

Wright, D.J., Sataloff, G., LaVoi, T., Meiner, A., and Uhel, R., Overview of coastal atlases, in Wright, D.J., Dwyer, E., and Cummins, V. (Eds.), Coastal Informatics: Web Atlas Design and Implementation, Hershey, PA: IGI-Global, 80-90.

Haddad, T.C., Bailey, R., and Wright, D.J., Oregon, USA, in Wright, D.J., Dwyer, E., and Cummins, V. (Eds.), Coastal Informatics: Web Atlas Design and Implementation, Hershey, PA: IGI-Global, 91-104.

Wright, D.J., Cummins, V., and Dwyer, E., The International Coastal Atlas Network, in Wright, D.J., Dwyer, E., and Cummins, V. (Eds.), Coastal Informatics: Web Atlas Design and Implementation, Hershey, PA: IGI-Global, 229-328.

LaVoi, T., Murphy, J., Sataloff, G., Longhorn, R., Meiner, A., Uhel, R., Wright, D.J., and Dwyer, E., Coastal atlases in the context of spatial data infrastructures, in Wright, D.J., Dwyer, E., and Cummins, V. (Eds.), Coastal Informatics: Web Atlas Design and Implementation, Hershey, PA: IGI-Global, 239-255.

Longhorn, R., Wright, D.J., and Belpaeme, K., Supporting a successful atlas, in Wright, D.J., Dwyer, E., and Cummins, V. (Eds.), Coastal Informatics: Web Atlas Design and Implementation, Hershey, PA: IGI-Global, 275-287.

2010:

Dwyer, N. Wright, D.J., Kopke, K., and O’Dea, L. Report of International Coastal Atlas Network Workshop 4: Formalizing the Network, Engaging the Mediterranean, UNESCO International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, 16-20 November 2009, 67 pp.

Wright, D.J., GIScience, in Warf, B., Jankowski, P., Solomon, B.D., and Welford, M. (eds.), Encyclopedia of Geography, Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, 1284-1289.

Wright, D.J., Foreword, in Breman, J. (ed.), Ocean Globe, Esri Press, Redlands, CA, vii-viii.

Artz, M., Longhorn, R., and Wright, D.J., Geotechnology in the marine sciences: Geospatial technology meets the grand challenges in marine science--An interview with Professor Dawn Wright, GEOconnexion International, 9(10): 44-46.

Artz, M. and Wright, D.J., Prof. Dawn Wright discusses the National Research Council Report, "Understanding the Changing Planet: Strategic Directions for the Geographical Sciences", GIS and Science Blog, December 2010, http://gisandscience.com/2010/12/21/.

2009:

Wright, D.J., Duncan, S.L., and Lach, D.H., Social power and GIS technology: A review and assessment of approaches for natural resource management, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, 99(2): 254-272.

Lord-Castillo, B., Wright, D.J., Mate, B., and Follett, T., A customization of the Arc Marine data model to support whale tracking via satellite telemetry, Transactions in GIS, 13(s1): 63-83.
This is the authors' version of the work. It is posted here by permission of Transactions in GIS and Wiley-Blackwell Publishers for personal academic use, not for mass redistribution or for commercial purposes. The definitive version is available at www.blackwell-synergy.com.

Wright, D.J., Spatial data infrastructures for coastal environments, in Yang, X. (ed.), Remote Sensing and Geospatial Technologies for Coastal Ecosystem Assessment and Management, Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, DOI 10.1007/978-3-540-88183-4_5, 91-112.

Purce, D., Wood, M., Kueck, J., Taylor, K., O'Dea, L., Wright, D., and Haddad, T. Proceedings of the West Coast Coastal Atlas Workshop, Seattle, WA, April 23-24, 2009, Washington Department of Ecology, 63 pp.

2008:

Wright, D.J. and Heyman, W.D., Marine and coastal GIS for geomorphology, habitat mapping, and marine reserves, Marine Geodesy, 31(4): 1-8.
This is the authors' version of the work. It is posted here by permission of Taylor & Francis LLC for personal academic use, not for mass redistribution. The definitive version was published in Marine Geodesy October 2008 at doi:10.1080/01490410802466306.

Hogrefe, K.R., Wright, D.J., and Hochberg, E.J., Derivation and integration of shallow-water bathymetry: Implications for coastal terrain modeling and subsequent analyses, Marine Geodesy, 31(4): 299-317.
This is the authors' version of the work. It is posted here by permission of Taylor & Francis LLC for personal academic use, not for mass redistribution. The definitive version was published in Marine Geodesy October 2008 at doi:10.1080/01490410802466710.

Wright, D.J. and Heyman, W.D. (eds.), Sixth special issue on marine and coastal geographical information systems: Marine and coastal GIS for geomorphology, habitat mapping, and marine reserves, Marine Geodesy, 31(4): 223-371.

Dwyer, N. and Wright, D.J., Report of International Coastal Atlas Network Workshop 3 on Federated Coastal Atlases: Building on the Interoperable Approach, European Environment Agency, Copenhagen, Denmark, 65 pp.

Lufafa, A., Bolte, J., Wright, D., Khouma, M., Diedhiou, I., Dick, R.P., Kizito, F., Dossa, E., and Noller, J.S., Regional carbon stocks and dynamics in native woody shrub communities of Senegal's Peanut Basin, Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 127(3-4): doi:10.1016/j.agee.2008.04.013.

Wright, D.J., The Arc Marine data model: Process and product [invited feature article], GEOInformatics, 11(3), 36-39, 41.

Lassoued, Y., Wright, D.J., Bermudez, L., and Boucelma, O., Ontology-based mediation of OGC Catalogue Service for the Web requests: A virtual solution for integrating coastal web atlases, Proceedings of ICSOFT 2008, the 3rd International Conference on Data and Software Engineering, Berlin: Springer. [pdf]

2007:

Wright, D.J., Data integration, in Kemp, K. (ed.), Encyclopedia of Geographic Information Science, Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications, 78-80.

Falloon, T.J., Danyushevsky, L.V., Crawford, T.J., Maas, R., Woodhead, J.D., Eggins, S.M., Bloomer, S.H., Wright, D.J., Zlobin, S.K., and Stacey, A.R., Multiple mantle plume components involved in the petrogenesis of subduction-related lavas from the northern termination of the Tonga Arc and northern Lau Basin: Evidence from the geochemistry of arc and backarc submarine volcanics, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (G3), 8, Q09003, doi:10.1029/2007GC001619.

Wright, D., Diving into ocean and coastal GIS: Progress and challenges [invited article for AAG section], Directions Magazine, www.directionsmag.com

Wright, D.J., Exploration in the age of Digital Earth [invited cover article], ArcNews, 28(4): 1, 8-9.
Reprinted in September 2008 as a chapter in Esri's GIS Best Practices: Essays on Geography and GIS, downloaded 11,000+ times in Jan-Apr, 2009.

O’Dea, L., Cummins, V., Wright, D., Dwyer, N. and Ameztoy, I., Report on Coastal Mapping and Informatics Trans-Atlantic Workshop 1: Potentials and Limitations of Coastal Web Atlases, University College Cork, Ireland, 75 pp.

Wright, D.J., Watson, S., Bermudez, L., Cummins, V., Dwyer, N., O'Dea, L., Nyerges, T., Benoit, G., Berman, M., Helly J., and Uhel, R., Report on Coastal Mapping and Informatics Trans-Atlantic Workshop 2: Coastal Atlas Interoperability, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, USA, 43 pp.

Vance, T.C., Merati, N., Mesick, S., Moore, C., and Wright, D., GeoModeler - Tightly linking spatially-explicit models with a GIS for analysis and geovisualization, Proceedings of the 15th ACM International Symposium on Advances in Geographic Information Systems (ACM GIS 2007), Seattle, WA. [pdf]

2006:

Lundblad, E., Wright, D.J., Miller, J., Larkin, E.M.,Rinehart, R., Battista, T., Anderson, S.M., Naar, D.F., and Donahue, B.T., A benthic terrain classification scheme for American Samoa, Marine Geodesy, 29(2): 89-111. [pdf]

2005:

Wright, D., Watson, S., Graybeal, J., and Bermudez, L., Making scientific data sets easier to find, access, and use, Eos, Transactions AGU, 86(5): 522, 525. [pdf]

Haddad, T.C., Wright, D.J., Dailey, M., Klarin, P., Marra, J., Dana, R., and Revell, D., The tools of the Oregon Coastal Atlas, in Wright, D.J. and Scholz, A.J. (Eds.), Place Matters: Geospatial Tools for Marine Science, Conservation and Management in the Pacific Northwest, Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press, 134-151. [pdf]

Wright, D.J. and Halpin, P.N., Spatial reasoning for Terra Incognita: Progress and grand challenges of marine GIS, in Wright, D.J. and Scholz, A.J. (Eds.), Place Matters: Geospatial Tools for Marine Science, Conservation and Management in the Pacific Northwest, Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University Press, 273-287.

Wright, D.J. and Halpin, P.N., Progress and grand challenges of marine GIS, GIS Development Weekly, August 22nd, [invited application paper], gis.development.net.

Wright, D.J. and DiBiase, D., Distance education in geographic information science: Arena Symposium and an informal survey, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 29(1), 91-100, 2005. [pdf]

Kinzel, M., Brown, W., Moore, S., and Wright, D., Ocean explorations from Davey Jones Locker, GIS Educator, Spring 2005, p. 3. [pdf]

Wright, D.J., Data management a top priority?, Sea Technology, 46(2): 93 [invited editorial]. [pdf]

Wright, D.J., Report of HURL Cruise KOK0510: Submersible Dives and Multibeam Mapping to Investigate Benthic Habitats of Tutuila, American Samoa. Technical Report (non-refereed), NOAA's Office of Undersea Research Submersible Science Program, Hawai'i Undersea Research Lab. [pdf]

Wright, D.J., Contribution to special issue on women in oceanography [pdf], Oceanography, 18(1), 240. (non-refereed)

2004:

Wright D.J., Coastal mapping and charting, Geospatial Solutions, 14(9): 20.

Hepner, G., D.J. Wright, C.J. Merry, S.J. Anderson, and S.D. DeGloria. Remotely-acquired data and information in GIScience, in McMaster, R. and Usery, L. (eds.), A Research Agenda for Geographic Information Science, Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press LLC, 351-364.

Psuty, N.P., Steinberg, P., and Wright, D.J., Coastal and marine geography, in Gaile, G.L. and Willmott, C.J. (Eds.) Geography in America at the Dawn of the 21st Century , New York: Oxford University Press, 314-325.

Wright, D.J., Marine geography in support of "reefs at risk," in Warf, B., Janelle, D., and Hansen, K., (eds.), WorldMinds: Geographical Perspectives on 100 Problems, New York: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 325-330.

2003:

Wright, D.J., O'Dea, E., Cushing, J.B., Cuny, J.E., and Toomey, D.R., Why Web GIS may not be enough: A case study with the Virtual Research Vessel, Marine Geodesy, 26(1-2), 73-86.

Wright, D.J. Internet GIS at Oregon State University, in Peng, Z.R. and Tsou, M.H., Internet GIS: A Distributed Geospatial Information Service for Wired and Wireless Networks, New York: John Wiley and Sons, 198-199.

Wright, D.J., Review of Geographic Information Systems in Oceanography and Fisheries by V.D. Valavanis, London: Taylor & Francis, 209 pp., ISBN 0-415-28463-5, International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 17(6): 599-600.

2002:

Wright, D.J., Haymon, R.M., White, S.M., and Macdonald, K.C., Crustal fissuring on the crest of the southern East Pacific Rise, 17° 15'-40'S, Journal of Geophysical Research, 10.1029/2001JB000544, 2002.

Rub, M.W., D. Wright, and J. Jones, A novel landscape ecology approach for determining microhabitat correlations and faunal patchiness in extreme environments: Pilot study for the southern East Pacific Rise at 17-18° S, CBM-Cahiers de Biologie Marine, 43: 307-311.

Wright, D.J., Introduction, in D.J. Wright (Ed.), Undersea with GIS, Redlands, CA, Esri Press, xiii-xx. [pdf]

Wright, D.J., B.T. Donahue, and D.F. Naar, Seafloor mapping and GIS coordination at America's remotest national marine sanctuary (American Samoa), in D.J. Wright (Ed.), Undersea with GIS, Redlands, CA, Esri Press, 33-63. [pdf]

Wright, D.J., Selected bibliography and Internet resources, in D.J. Wright (Ed.), Undersea with GIS, Redlands, CA, Esri Press, 245-253. [pdf]

Wright, D.J., Mapping the seafloor in American Samoa, Geospatial Solutions, 12(7): 24-25.

Wright, D., D. DiBiase, C. Pancake, R. Wright, and K. Foote. Challenges and opportunities in distance education for geographic information science, University Consortium for Geographic Information Science Special White Paper, 20 manuscript pages.

Wright, D.J., Towards a data management infrastructure for MARGINS: Examples from Boomerang 8 and the Virtual Research Vessel [pdf], MARGINS Newsletter, 9:34-36, 38.

Breman, J., D. Wright, and P. Halpin, The inception of the ArcGIS marine data model, in Breman, J. (ed.), Marine Geography, Redlands, CA, Esri Press, 3-9.

Nasby, N., Embley, R., Hixon, M., Merle, S., Tissot, B., and Wright, D., Integration of submersible transect data and high-resolution sonar imagery for a habitat-based groundfish assessment of Heceta Bank, Oregon, Fisheries Bulletin, 100: 739-751.

Walsh, K., C. Pancake, D.J. Wright, S. Haerer, and J. Hanus, "Humane" interfaces to improve the usability of data clearinghouses, in Egenhofer, M. and Mark, D. (eds.), GIScience 2002, Lecture Notes in Computer Science 2478, Berlin: Springer-Verlag, 333-345.

2001:

Smith, D., S. Carbotte, S. Cande, S. Miller, D. Wright, and W. Ryan, Data Management for Marine Geology and Geophysics: Tools for Archiving, Analysis, and Visualization [pdf], NSF/ONR Workshop Report, Geosciences Professional Services, Inc., Washington, D.C., 32 pp.

2000:

Wright, D.J., Bloomer, S.H., MacLeod, C.J., Taylor, B., and Goodliffe, A.M., Bathymetry of the Tonga Trench and forearc: A map series, Marine Geophysical Researches, 21(5): 489-512, 2000.

Wilson, J.P., Mitasova, H., and Wright, D.J., Water resource applications of GIS, Journal of the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association, 12(2): 61-79.

Tivey, M.K., Bemis, K., Bradley, A.M., Butterfield, J., Delaney, J.R., Ding, K., Dziak, R.P., Fisher, C., Fox, C.G., Hautala, S., Jackson, D., Jannasch, H.W., Johnson, H.P., Juniper, S.K., Kadko, D., Kelley, D.S., Lilley, M., McDuff, R.E., Rona, P., Sarrazin, J., Schultz, A., Seyfried, W.E., Jr., Thomson, R.E., Wheat, C.G., Wilcock, W., Wright, D., and Yoerger, D., The RIDGE Endeavour Segment seafloor observatory: Recent successes and an overview of coordinated experiments for Y2K, RIDGE Events, 11(1): 10-17, 2000.

Wright, D.J., Down to the sea in ships: The emergence of marine GIS, in Wright, D.J. and Bartlett, D.J. (eds.), Marine and Coastal Geographical Information Systems, London: Taylor & Francis, 1-10.

Wright, D.J., Spatial reasoning for marine geology and geophysics, in Wright, D.J. and Bartlett, D.J. (eds.), Marine and Coastal Geographical Information Systems, London: Taylor & Francis, 117-128.

Bartlett, D.J. and Wright, D.J., Epilogue, in Wright, D.J. and Bartlett, D.J. (eds.), Marine and Coastal Geographical Information Systems, London: Taylor & Francis, 295-315.

Wright, D.J. and Bartlett, D.J., Preface, in Wright, D.J. and Bartlett, D.J. (eds.), Marine and Coastal Geographical Information Systems, London: Taylor & Francis, xvii-xviii.

1999:

Wright, D.J., Getting to the bottom of it: Tools, techniques, and discoveries of deep ocean geography, The Professional Geographer, 51(3): 426-439.

Wright, D. J., Semantic modelling for oceanographic data in Craglia, M. A and Onsrud, H. (Eds.), Geographic Information Research: Trans-Atlantic Perspectives, London: Taylor and Francis, 405-414.

Wright, D.J., "Virtual" seminars in GIS: Academic future or flash in the pan? Geo Info Systems, 9(3): 22, 24-26.

White, S.M., Macdonald, K.C., Haymon, R.M. and the Sojourn-2 Science Party (S. Baron, B. Bezy, E. Birk, L. Crowder, G. Levai , L. Magde, J. O'Neill, D. Schierer, P. Sharfstein, S. Sudarikov, D. Wright), 1999, Volcanoes of the southern East Pacific Rise: A new view of crustal accretion and ridge segmentation at super-fast spreading rates, RIDGE Events, 10(2): 16-22.

1998:

Wright, D.J., Formation and development of fissures at the East Pacific Rise: Implications for faulting and magmatism at mid-ocean ridges, in Buck, W.R., Delaney, P., Karson, J. A., and Lagabrielle, Y. (Eds.), Faulting and Magmatism at Mid-Ocean Ridges, Geophysical Monograph 106, Washington, D.C: American Geophysical Union, 137-151.

Wright, D.J., Wood, R., Sylvander, B., ArcGMT: A suite of tools for conversion between Arc/INFO and Generic Mapping Tools (GMT), Computers and Geosciences, 24(8):737-744.

Clift, P.D., MacLeod, C.J., Tappin, D.R., Wright, D.J., and Bloomer, S.H. Tectonic controls on sedimentation in the Tonga Trench and Forearc, SW Pacific. Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., 110(4):483-496 + Front Cover.

Wright, D.J. and McDuff, R., A geographic information system for the Endeavour Segment, RIDGE Events, 9(1):11-15, 1998.

Wright, D.J., Creatures of the deep and maps of the ocean floor, Association for Women in Science Magazine, 27(2):10-12.

1997:

Wright, D.J., Goodchild, M.F., and Proctor, J.D., Demystifying the persistent ambiguity of GIS as "tool" versus "science," (pdf) The Annals of the AAG, 87(2): 346-362.

Wright, D.J., Goodchild, M.F., and Proctor, J.D., Still hoping to turn that theoretical corner, The Annals of the AAG, 87(2): 373.

Wright, D.J., Fox, C.G., Bobbitt, A.M., A scientific information model for deepsea mapping and sampling, Marine Geodesy, 20(4): 367-379.
(portions reprinted in Wright, 1999, "Semantic modelling..." by permission of Taylor & Francis, due to the loss of my original manuscript by the editor of Marine Geodesy while the paper was supposed to be in review.)

Wright, D. J., and Goodchild, M.F., Data from the deep: Implications for the GIS community, Int. J. Geographical Information Science, 11(6): 523-528.

1996:

Wright, D.J., Rumblings on the ocean floor: GIS supports deep-sea research, Geo Info Systems, 6(1):22-29 + Front Cover.

Wright, D.J., Aboard Alvin submersible: ArcView supports sea floor exploration, ARC News, 18(1):14.

Scheirer, D. S., Macdonald, K. C., Forsyth, D. W., Miller, S. P., Wright, D. J., and Cormier, M.-H., A map series of the southern East Pacific Rise and its flanks, 15°S to 19°S, Mar. Geophys. Res., 18, 1-12.

1995:

Wright, D.J., Haymon, R.M., and Macdonald, K.C., Breaking new ground: Estimates of crack depth along the axial zone of the East Pacific Rise (9° 12'-54'N) Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 134:441-457.

Wright, D.J., Haymon, R.M., and Fornari, D.J., Crustal fissuring and its relationship to magmatic and hydrothermal processes on the East Pacific Rise crest (9° 12' - 54'N), J. Geophys. Res., 100(B4):6097-6210.

1994:

Wright, D. J., Geographic information systems for RIDGE research, RIDGE Events, 5(2):5-7, 11.

Wright, D. J., From Pattern to Process on the Deep Ocean Floor: A Geographic Information System Approach, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Califonia, Santa Barbara, CA, 341 pp.

1993:

Scheirer, D. S., K. Macdonald, D. Forsyth, R. Alexander, T. Atwater, N. Beedle, M. Cormier, K. Feldman, C. Hollinshead, D. Levitt, M. A. Lynch, S. Miller, A. Padgett, A. Sauter, K. Sayanagi, Y. Shen, C. Weiland, and D. Wright, Wide-spread volcanic and tectonic activity on the southern East Pacific Rise and its flanks, RIDGE Events, 4(1): 1-2, 8-9.

Haymon, R. M., D. J. Fornari, K. L. Von Damm, M. D. Lilley, M. R. Perfit, J. M. Edmond, W. C. Shanks III, R. A. Lutz, J. B. Grebmeier, S. Carbotte, D. Wright, E. McLaughlin, E. Smith, N. Beedle, and E. Olson, Volcanic eruption of the mid-ocean ridge along the East Pacific Rise crest at 9° 45-52'N: 1. Direct submersible observations of seafloor phenomena associated with an eruption event in April, 1991, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 109, 85-101.

1992:

Wright, D. J., Convergence and strike-slip motion at the northern terminus of the Tonga Trench, Southwest Pacific, in CRC Handbook of Geophysical Exploration at Sea, edited by R. Geyer, p. 35-79, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida.

Wright, D. J., and R. M. Haymon, Applications of ARC/INFO to the studies of the ocean floor, in ARC/INFO Maps 1991, edited by J. Dangermond, p. 28-29, Environmental Systems Research Institute, Redlands, CA.

Haymon, R., D. Fornari, R. Lutz, K. Von Damm, M. Perfit, M. Lilley, W. C. I. Shanks, K. Macdonald, M. Edwards, D. Nelson, D. Colodner, M. Kappus, D. Wright, M. Black, D. Scheirer, H. Edmonds, E. Olson, and T. Geiselman, 1991 eruption site on the East Pacific Rise at 9° 45'-52'N is evolving rapidly: Results of AdVenture '92 dive series, RIDGE Events, 3(2), 1-2, 11.

1991:

Haymon, R. M., D. J. Fornari, M. H. Edwards, S. Carbotte, D. Wright, and K. C. Macdonald, Hydrothermal vent distribution along the East Pacific Rise Crest (9° 09'-54'N) and its relationship to magmatic and tectonic processes on fast-spreading mid-ocean ridges, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., 104, 513-534.

Haymon, R. M., S. Carbotte, D. Wright, N. Beedle, F. Johnson, D. J. Fornari, K. Von Damm, J. Grebmeier, M. Lilley, E. McLaughlin, E. Olson, J. Edmond, M. R. Perfit, M. Smith, W. C. Shanks III, R. Lutz, J. Seewald, and D. Reudelhuber, Active eruption seen on East Pacific Rise, Eos Trans. AGU, 72, 505-507.

Haymon, R. M., D. Fornari, K. Von Damm, J. Edmond, M. Lilley, M. Perfit, W. C. Shanks III, J. Grebmeier, R. Lutz, S. Carbotte, D. Wright, M. Smith, E. McLaughlin, N. Beedle, J. Seewald, D. Reudelhuber, E. Olson, and F. Johnson, East Pacific Rise erupts north of Leg 142 drillsite!, JOI-USSAC Newsletter, 4, 4-12.

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(to Top) Papers Presented at National / International Meetings

2016:

Wright, D. J., A geospatial industry perspective on becoming a data professional, Proceedings of SciDataCon 2016, September 11-17, Denver, CO, Abstract 57 for Session 98.

Wright, D. J., Davis, R., Powers, L. A., Young, J., and EarthCube Liaison Team, Towards an organizational landscape of worldwide data infrastructures, Proceedings of SciDataCon 2016, September 11-17, Denver, CO, Abstract 73 for Session 44.

Wright, D. J., Young, J., Powers, L. A., and Davis, R., An EarthCube perspective on data infrastructure services, Proceedings of SciDataCon 2016, September 11-17, Denver, CO, Abstract 60 for Session 32.

Frye, C., Nordstrand, E., Wright, D. J., Foust, J., and Terborgh, C., Mapping population distributions for GIS users, Proceedings of SciDataCon 2016, September 11-17, Denver, CO, Abstract 316 for Session 74.

Davis, R., Young, J., and Wright, D., Mapping the EarthCube landscape, EarthCube 2016 All Hands Meeting, July 6-8, Denver, CO.

Costello, M. J., Sayre, R., Basher, Z., Wright, D., Butler, K., and Breyer, S., Mapping marine ecosystems, biogeographic realms, and other regionalisations, GEO BON (Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network) Open Science Conference & All Hands Meeting, Paper ID 5565, July 4-8, Leipzig, Germany.

Sayre, R., Wright, D., Breyer, S., Butler, K., Van Graafeiland, K., and Costello, M., Mapping global ecological marine units (EMUs), GEO BON (Group on Earth Observations Biodiversity Observation Network) Open Science Conference & All Hands Meeting, Paper ID 5438, July 4-8, Leipzig, Germany.

Wright, D., Esri and ODIP, Second ODIP-II (Ocean Data Interoperability Platform) Workshop, May 2-5, Boulder, CO.

Wright, D., Sayre R., and EMU Project Team, Progress Report on the Global Ecological Marine Units (EMU) Project, Second ODIP-II (Ocean Data Interoperability Platform) Workshop, May 2-5, Boulder, CO.

Sayre, R., Wright, D.J., Aniello, P., Basher, Z., Breyer, S., Costello, M., Cribbs, D., Frye, C., Goodin, K., Guinotte, J., Halpin, P., Harris, P., Monaco, M., Morgan, L., Stephens, D., Van Esch, B., and Vaughan, R., Ecological Marine Units project overview and preliminary results, Proceedings of GeoHab 2016, the Sixteenth International Symposium of Marine Geological and Biological Habitat Mapping, May 2-6, Winchester, UNITED KINGDOM.

Wright, D., Symposium on Human Dynamics Research: A dark side to data-centric geography? Where are the reward systems?, American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Panel Session 23950, Session Organizer, Chair, March 30 - April 2.

Sayre, R., Wright, D., Frye, C., Breyer, S., and Butler, K. An ecological stratification approach for mapping global marine ecosystems, American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Special Extended Oral Presentation, March 30 - April 2.

Wright, D., Comments on Future Directions in CyberGIS, American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Panel Session 24839, March 30 - April 2.

2015:

Wright, D.J. Toward a digital resilience (with a dash of location enlightenment), Leptoukh Award Lecture, Eos, Trans. AGU, 96, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract IN23F-01, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2224.6489.

Wright, D.J., Little, M., Hoebelheinrich, N.J., Gallaher, D.W., Wyborn, L.A., and Wang, S., Exploiting Big Earth Data: Computation, Testing and CyberGIS I, II, and III, Eos, Trans. AGU, 96, Fall Meet. Suppl., Sessions IN43B, IN51C, and IN52A.

Wright, D.J., and the Esri Living Atlas Team, Should data frameworks be inherently multiscalar? A use case of the Living Atlas of the World, Eos, Trans. AGU, 96, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract IN13D-03, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.2748.9368.

Sankaran, S. and Wright, D.J., A pragmatic approach to sustainable interoperability for the Web 2.0 world, Eos, Trans. AGU, 96, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract PA51D-08, DOI: 110.13140/RG.2.1.3535.3684.

Wright, D.J., Sayre, R., Frye, C., Vaughan, R., Aniello, P., and Breyer, S. A new global map of ecological land units, Proceedings of the 2015 Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, Paper 55083, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3731.9761.

Sayre, R., Wright, D.J., Frye, C., Aniello, P., Vaughan, R., and Breyer, S. Global ecological land units and ecoinformatics, Proceedings of the 2015 Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, Paper 56541.

Frye, C., Sayre, R., Wright, D.J., Vaughan, R., Aniello, P., Breyer, S., and Dangermond, M. Analyzing ecological land units to improve understanding of landscape composition, Proceedings of the 2015 Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, Paper 55683, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1372.6800.

Sayre, R., Wright, D.J., Aniello, P., Breyer, S., Cribbs, D., Frye, C., Vaughan, R., Van Esch, B., Stephens, D., Harris, P., Macmillan-Lawler, M., Basher, Z., Costello, M., Finkbeiner, M., Monaco, M., Goodin, K., Guinotte, J., Morgan, L., and Halpin, P., Mapping EMUs (Ecological Marine Units): The creation of a global GIS of distinct marine environments to support marine spatial planning, management and conservation, Proceedings of GeoHab 2015, the Fifteenth International Symposium of Marine Geological and Biological Habitat Mapping, Salvador, Bahia, BRAZIL.

Lupia, A., Balinska, M., Countryman, M., Kennedy, M., Kline-Pope, B., Schalet, A., and Wright, D.J., Models in Practice, 2015 Michigan Meeting: Academic Engagement in Public and Political Discourse, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

Wright, D.J. and Maso, J., Organized Session: CyberGIS as an Engine of Data Stewardship, European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2015, Session ESSI2.8, Posters R291-R296, Vienna, AUSTRIA.

Fuka, D., Collick, A., MacAlister, C., Braeckel, A., Wright, D.J., Jodha Khalsa, S., Boldrini, E., and Easton, Z., Brokering as a framework for hydrological model repeatability, European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2015, Abstract Vol. 17, EGU2015-7897-1, Vienna, AUSTRIA.

Wright, D.J., An ocean of story maps, Proceedings of Coastal GeoTools 2015, North Charleston, SC.

Wright, D.J., An ocean of data for climate resilience, before time runs out, Avoiding Collapse: Human Impacts on the Biosphere Symposium, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting, San Jose, CA.

Wright, D.J., Emerging citizen science initiatives at Esri, Citizen Science 2015, San Jose, CA.

2014:

Wright, D.J., Verrill, A., Artz, M., and Deming, R., Story maps as an effective social medium for data synthesis, communication, and dissemination, Eos, Trans. AGU, 95, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract IN33B-3773.

Raines, C. and Wright, D.J., Synthesizing bathymetry data within a community-dependent basemap for spatial data display in the Arctic Ocean, Eos, Trans. AGU, 95, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract OS31A-0974.

Easton, Z.M., Collick, A., Srinivasan, R., Braeckel, A., Nativi, S., McAlister, C., Wright, D.J., Khalsa, J.S., and Fuka, D., Hydrological modeling and repeatability with brokering, Eos, Trans. AGU, 95, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract IN31D-3740.

Sayre, R. and Wright, D., A new map of Global Ecological Land Units, Town Hall on the Launch of the President’s Ecosystem Vulnerability Climate Data Initiative and EcoINFORMA: Using Data and Tools to Build Resilience, Proceedings of A Community on Ecosystem Services (ACES) 2014: Linking Science, Practice and Decision Making, Washington, DC.

Wright, D., The future of higher education, Plenary Panel Presentation, Proceedings of the 2014 Esri Education User Conference, San Diego, CA.

Wright, D. and Walbridge, S., Mapping tools: Where the wild whales are, Demo Theater Presentation, Proceedings of the 34th Annual Esri International User Conference, San Diego, CA.

Wright, D. and Walbridge, S., Exploring, analyzing, and understanding Davey Jones’ Locker: Using the Benthic Terrain Modeler, Demo Theater Presentation, Proceedings of the 34th Annual Esri International User Conference, San Diego, CA.

Dick, D., Walbridge, S., Wright, D., Calambokidis, J., Falcone, E., Steel, D., Follett, T., Holmberg, J., and Baker, C. S., geneGIS: Geoanalytical tools for individual-based genetic records, Proceedings of the 34th Annual Esri International User Conference, San Diego, CA, Paper UC1462.

Walbridge, S., Wright, D.J., Pendleton, M., Boulware, J., Gerlt, B., and Eslinger, D. Benthic Terrain Modeler: Interpreting the Bathymetric Environment, Proceedings of GeoHab 2014, the Fourteenth International Symposium of Marine Geological and Biological Habitat Mapping, Lorne, Australia.

Baud, D., Raad, M., and Wright, D., Bathymetry: Reducing Big Data. Abstracts of the 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, Session 113, Abstract OS-17291, Oral.

Stephens, D. and Wright, D., GIS as a multidisciplinary integration tool for marine ecosystems. Abstracts of the 2014 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Honolulu, Session 002, Poster OS-1559.

2013:

Wright, D.J., Participation in social media as academic service, (click on the AGU graphic to go to the story map version) Eos, Trans. AGU, 94, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract PA31B-1824.

Wright, D.J., Have I been a data scientist from the start? Parallels from the geographic information science community in the early 1990s, (click on the AGU graphic to go to the story map version) Eos, Trans. AGU, 94, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract IN43A-1639.

Chandler, C., Wyborn, L.A., Wright, D.J., and McGuinness, D.L. Organized sessions: Data Stewardship in Theory and in Practice, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Sessions IN51D and IN53C.

Dick, D., Walbridge, S., Wright, D., Calambokidis, J., Falcone, E., Steel, D., Follett, T., Holmberg, J., and Baker, C. S., geneGIS: computational tools for spatial analyses of DNA profiles with associated photo-identification records, 20th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Dunedin, NEW ZEALAND, December 9-13.

Wright, D., A hero's journey across the ocean, Proceedings of the 2013 Esri Ocean GIS Forum, Redlands, CA, Nov. 5-7.

Cornillon, P., Arrott, M., Gallagher, J., Graybeal, J., Sullivan, B., and Wright, D., Ocean data sharing and analytics, Schmidt Ocean Institute Research Symposium, Honolulu, HI, Nov 1-2. [Full Conference Report]

Wright, D., Data, Data Quality, and Access to Data, Proceedings of Ocean Exploration 2020: A National Forum, Long Beach, CA, July 19-21.

Hellmann, J., Bennett, E., Gerber, L., Hadly, L.A., Jahren, H., and Wright, D., Unclogging institutional conduits between research and outreach: Part 3 #reachingoutsci, Nature.com Blog, Soapbox Science.

Hellmann, J., Bennett, E., Gerber, L., Hadly, L.A., Jahren, H., and Wright, D., The twenty-fifth hour of the day: Finding time for outreach: Part 2 #reachingoutsci, Nature.com Blog, Soapbox Science.

Pomeroy, C., Sullivan, C., Hall-Arber, M., Conway, F. and Wright, D., Combining GIS and ethnography to better understand and plan ocean space use, Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, Session 3554, April 9-13.

Wright, D.J., Pendleton, M., Boulware, J., Walbridge, S., Gerlt, B., and Eslinger, D. Major Update to the Benthic Terrain Modeler (BTM), Proceedings of Coastal GeoTools 2013, Myrtle Beach, SC, originally for March 25-28 [abstract only].

Walbridge, S., Pendleton, M., and Wright, D.J., Showcase of new functions in the Benthic Terrain Modeler (BTM), Proceedings of Coastal GeoTools 2013, Myrtle Beach, SC, originally for March 25-28 [abstract only].

Devillers, R., Harvey, F. and Wright, D.J., Organized session: Geographic Information Ethics and GIScience, Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, Sessions 5460 and 5560.

Wright, D.J., "Story Mapping" the Geographic and Knowledge Networks of Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

Wright, D.J. and Hadly, E., Organized symposium: The Beauty and Benefits of Escaping the Ivory Tower, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.

2012:

Murphy, S., Arctur, D., Wright, D.J., and Edwards, P. Organized session: Advancing Partnerships, Collaborative Platforms and Knowledge Networks in the Earth Sciences, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, Session IN54A.

Dick, D., Baker, S., Wright, D., Calambokidis, J., Holmberg, J., Falcone, E., Follett, T., Steel, D., and Slikas, B., gene GIS: Computational tools for spatial analyses of DNA profiles associated with photo-identification records of whales and dolphins, Abstracts of the 19th Annual Conference of The Wildlife Society, Portland, OR.

Noll, G., Wright, D., and the Esri Oceans Team, Esri’s Ocean Initiative, Abstracts of the Society for Conservation Biology, North American Congress for Conservation Biology, Oakland, CA, Symposium SYM38, Paper 373.

2011:

Glickson, D., Barron, E.J., Fine, R.A., Bellingham, J.G., Boss, E., Boyle, E.A., Edwards, M., Johnson, K.S., Kelley, D.S., Kite-Powell, H., Ramberg, S.E., Rudnick, D.L., Schofield, O., Tamburri, M., Wiebe, P.H., Wright, D.J., Critical infrastructure for ocean research and societal needs in 2030, Eos, Trans. AGU, 92, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract OS13D-1550.

de Silva, S., Duncan, R., Wright, D., de Silva, L., and Guerrero, E., Increasing Diversity in Earth Sciences (IDES): An Oregon program, Abstracts of the Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, 43(5): XXXX, 9-12 October, 2011, Minneapolis, MN, Paper 195692.

Keon, D. and Wright, D.J., User interactivity in time-series tsunami simulation modeling and web-based visualization, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, Paper 38368.

Harvey, F., Wright, D.J., and Dibiase, D., Teaching ethics in GIS&T: Final results of NSF-funded research on ethics in GIS&T education, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, Paper 40272.

Taylor, K., Wright, D., Dwyer, N., Haddad, T., O'Dea, L., Hart, D., LaVoi, T., Nyerges, T., Berman, M., and Helly, J. Introducing the International Coastal Atlas Network, Proceedings of the American Fisheries Society 141st Annual Meeting, Advances in Coastal Atlases, Habitat Mapping, and Habitat Assessment Science to Support Fisheries and Ecosystem Decisions, Seattle, WA, September 4-8.

Wright, D., Dwyer, N., Haddad, T., O'Dea, L., Hart, D., LaVoi, T., Nyerges, T., Berman, M., and Helly, J. Introducing the International Coastal Atlas Network, Proceedings of Coastal GeoTools, Myrtle Beach, SC, March 21-24.

2010:

Wright, D. and Goodchild, M.F., Leveraging technological change for the betterment of society, as part of the panel Strategic Directions for the Geographical Sciences: The Forthcoming National Research Council Report, Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Session 3123, Washington, DC.

Wright, D. and Heyman, W.D., Thoughts on algorithmic approaches to reveal marine geomorphology as a proxy for habitat, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 91, Ocean Sciences Meet. Suppl., Abstract IT13B-01.

Hogrefe, K.R., Wright, D.J., Miller, J., and Battista, T., Improvements to a methodology for the derivation of shallow-water bathymetry from high resolution multispectral imagery, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 91, Ocean Sciences Meet. Suppl., Abstract MT13A-01.

Kopke, K., Dwyer, N., Belpaelme, K., Berman, M., Taylor, K., Hart, D., and Wright, D., Improving participation of users in coastal web atlases, Proceedings of Littoral 2010: Adapting to Global Change at the Coast, London, September 21-23, 2010.

Lieberman, J.E., Diggs, S.C., and Wright, D.J., Frontiers in Ocean Data Management and Interoperability: The Future is Now I, II, III, 2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, OR, Sessions MT11A, MT13A, MT15A.

Harvey, F. and Wright, D.J., Organized session: Geographic Information Ethics and GIScience, Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, Session 5421.

Wright, D.J. and Yang, C., Organized session: What are the Grand Challenges of Geographic Information Science?, Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, Session 8645.

2009:

Wright, D.J., DiBiase, D., Harvey, F., and Solem, M., Graduate ethics curricula for future geospatial technology professionals, Eos, Trans. AGU, 90(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract IN34B-01.

Wright, D.J., Lassoued, Y., Dwyer, N., Haddad, T., Bermudez, L., and Dunne, D., Interoperability between coastal web atlases using semantic mediation: A case study of the International Coastal Atlas Network (ICAN), Eos, Trans. AGU, 90(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract IN21B-1054.

Wright, D.J., Hogrefe, K., Naar, D., Roberts, J., Miller, J.E., Ferguson, S., Koppers, A., Battista, T., Lim, E., Taylor, L.A., and Anderson, P., Regional and nearshore bathymetry of American Samoa: Implications for tsunami run-up and public awareness Eos, Trans. AGU, 90(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract U21D-07 .

Kirby, S., Hino, R., Geist, E., Wright, D.J., and Wartman, J., Tectonic settings of great outer-rise/outer-trench-slope (OR/OTS) earthquakes in the instrumental record , Eos, Trans. AGU, 90(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract U21D-06.

Wright, D., Dwyer, N., Haddad, T., O'Dea, L., Hart, D., LaVoi, T., Nyerges, T., and Berman, M., Introducing the International Coastal Atlas Network, Proceedings of Coastal Zone ’09, Boston, MA.

Lord-Castillo, B., Wright, D., Mate, B., Follett, T., Customizing the Arc Marine Model to Support Whale Tracking, Proceedings of the 29th Annual Esri User Conference, Special Session: Advances in GIScience, San Diego, CA, Paper UC1896. [published in full in Transactions in GIS].

Wright, D., Dwyer, N., Haddad, T., O'Dea, L., Hart, D., LaVoi, T., Nyerges, T., and Berman, M., Building the digital coast with the International Coastal Atlas Network, Proceedings of Coastal GeoTools ’09, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Wright, D.J. and Heyman, W., Organized sessions on Marine Geomorphology and Mapping for an Ecosystem-Based Management Approach to Marine Reserve Design and Planning, Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, Sessions 7476, 7478, 7479.

Wright, D.J. and Harvey, F., Organized sessions on Geographic Information Ethics and GIScience, Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, Sessions 7472, 7473.

Wright, D., Longhorn, R., Dwyer, N., Lassoued, Y., and Boucelma, O., The International Coastal Atlas Network: An emerging spatial data infrastructure initiative, Proceedings of the Third INSPIRE Conference, in conjunction with the Eleventh International Conference of the GSDI (GSDI 11), Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

Lassoued, Y., Dwyer, N., Wright, D., Bermudez, L., and Boucelma, O., Enhancing interoperability between web-enabled coastal atlases using an ontology-based metadata mediation approach, Proceedings of CoastGIS 2009, 9th International Symposium on GIS and Computer Cartography for Coastal Zone Management, Santa Catarina, Brazil.

Kopke, K., Belpaeme, K., Dwyer, N., and Wright, D., The International Coastal Atlas Network: Building a digital atlas of the global coast, Proceedings of CoastGIS 2009, 9th International Symposium on GIS and Computer Car tography for Coastal Zone Management, Santa Catarina, Brazil.

DiBiase, D., Goranson, C., Harvey, F., and Wright, D., The GIS professional ethics project: Practical ethics education for GIS pros, Proceedings of the 24th International Cartography Conference (icc2009), Santiago, Chile, November 15-21, 2009, International Cartography Association (ICA).

2008:

Lassoued, Y., Boucelma, O., Wright, D.J., and Bermudez, L., International Coastal Atlas Network: An ontology-based mediator for Catalogue Services for the Web, Proceedings of JIGOT 2008 (Journées Informations Géographiques et Observation de la Terre or Days of Geographic Information and Earth Observation), Laboratoire des Sciences de l'Information et des Systèmes (Laboratory of Information and Systems Sciences), Saint-Jérôme, Marseille, France, November 24-25, 2008.

Wright, D.J., Lassoued, Y., Bermudez, L., Nyerges, T., Haddad, T. and Dwyer, N., Semantic mediation as a gateway to interoperability, with a case study of the International Coastal Atlas Network (ICAN), in Cova, T., Miller, H., Beard, K., Frank, A.U., and Goodchild, M.F. (eds.), Geographic Information Science: 5th International Conference, GIScience 2008, Park City, Utah, September 23-26, 2008, Extended Abstracts, 201-218.

Harvey, F., DiBiase, D., and Wright, D.J., Geographic information ethics and GIScience: Developing a model curriculum, in Cova, T., Miller, H., Beard, K., Frank, A.U., and Goodchild, M.F. (eds.), Geographic Information Science: 5th International Conference, GIScience 2008, Park City, Utah, September 23-26, 2008, Extended Abstracts, 242-244.

Goodchild, M., Mark, D., Raskin, R., Tao, V., Wright, D.J., and Yang C., Digital Earth plenary panel, in Cova, T., Miller, H., Beard, K., Frank, A.U., and Goodchild, M.F. (eds.), Geographic Information Science: 5th International Conference, GIScience 2008, Park City, Utah, September 23-26, 2008, Extended Abstracts, 7.

Kinzel, M. and Wright, D., Using geovisualizations in the curriculum: Do multimedia tools enhance geography education? Proceedings of the Eighth Annual Esri Education User Conference , San Diego, CA, Paper EdUC1290.

Wright, D.J. and Oregon Territorial Seafloor Mapping Task Force, The quest for a high-resolution map of the Oregon Territorial Seafloor in the context of current west coast marine reserve initiatives, Organized Session on Marine Geomorphology as a Determinant for Essential Life Habitat: An Ecosystem Management Approach to Planning for Marine Reserve Networks, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, Paper 15723.

Kinzel, M. and Wright, D.J., Using geovisualizations in the curriculum: Does multimedia enhance geography education? Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, Paper 18301.

2007:

Wright, D.J., Bermudez, L., O'Dea, L., Haddad, T., and Cummins, V., A prototype ontology tool and interface for coastal atlas interoperability, Eos, Trans. AGU, 88, Fall Meet. Suppl., Poster IN53B-1211.

Graybeal, J., Neiswender, C. Wright, D.J., and Bermudez, L., Marine interoperability efforts and standards: What's missing?, Eos, Trans. AGU, 88, Fall Meet. Suppl., Paper IN44A-05.

O'Dea, L., Dwyer, E., Cummins, V., and Wright, D.J., Potentials and limitations of coastal web atlases: Outcomes of a transatlantic coastal mapping workshop, Proceedings of CoastGIS 2007, Santander, Spain.

Wright, D., Cummins, V., and O'Dea, L., U.S./European partnerships in coastal atlases and coastal/ocean informatics, Proceedings of the 27th Annual Esri User Conference, San Diego, CA, Paper UC1065 [ppt].

Lord-Castillo, B., Follet, T., Weiss, A., Mate, B., and Wright, D., Tracking the great whales: An Arc Marine case study, Proceedings of the 27th Annual Esri User Conference, San Diego, CA, Paper UC1569.

Wright, D., Haddad, T., Klarin, P., Lavoi, T., Cummins, V., and O'Dea, L., U.S./European partnerships in coastal atlases and coastal/ocean informatics, Proceedings of Coastal Zone '07, Portland, OR. [pdf]

Wright, D., Cummins, V., O'Dea, L., Haddad, T., and Lavoi, T., Trans-Atlantic partnerships in coastal/ocean informatics and an International Coastal Atlas Network, Organized Session on Distributed Geospatial Information Processing: Cyberinfrastructure, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

2006:

Breman, J., Wright, D., Halpin, P., and Blongewicz, M., Arc Marine data model, Abstracts of the Pacific Geospatial Conference (PacGeo) 2006, Honolulu, HI.

Wright, D. GIScience and its roots in geography, Southwest Association of American Geographers (SWAAG) Meeting, Norman, OK.

Wright, D., Geographers in charted and uncharted waters, Presidential Plenary: Geography, the Original Integrated Environmental Science, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Dailey, M.M., Wright, D., Edwards, M.H., and Johnson, P.J., Archive for geophysical research - Implementing the digital archiving and long-term preservation framework, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Critical Coasts, Sustainable Seas: A Session to Honor Dr. Raymond C. Smith, Session 1841, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

Wright, D.J., Lundblad, E.R., Fenner, D., Whaylen, L., and Smith, J.R., Initial results of submersible dives and multibeam mapping to investigate benthic habitats of Tutuila, American Samoa, Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, 87(36), Ocean Sciences Meeting Supplement, Abstract OS12B-04.

Klarin, P., Haddad, T., Cone, J. and Wright, D., Living on the edge with the Oregon Coastal Atlas, Proceedings of the 7th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2006), San Diego, CA.

2005:

Johnson, P.J., Edwards, M.H., Wright, D.J. and Dailey, M., AAGRUUK: the Arctic archive for geophysical research, Eos, Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract IN31B-1145.

Bermudez, L., Graybeal, J., Galbraith, N., and Wright, D.J., Engaging a community towards marine cyberinfrastructure: Lessons learned from the Marine Metadata Interoperability Initiative, Eos, Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract IN44A-08.

Edwards, M.H., Johnson, P.J., Wright, D.J. and Dailey, M., A Distributed Data Management System to Support Arctic Geology and Geophysics: A Resource for Extended EEZ Claims, Eos, Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract T13D-0497.

Bermudez, L., Graybeal, J., Isenor, A., Lowry, R., and Wright, D., Construction of Marine Vocabularies in the Marine Metadata Interoperability Project, Proceedings of Oceans 2005 Americas, MTS/IEEE, Washington, DC.

Wright, D.J., Blongewicz, M.J., Halpin, P.N., and Breman, J., A new object-oriented data model for coasts and oceans, Proceedings of CoastGIS 2005, 6th International Symposium on Computer Mapping and GIS for Coastal Zone Management, Aberdeen, SCOTLAND.

Cooper, C. and Wright, D., Building spatial metaphors for the Catalogue of Oregon Marine and Coastal Information, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Wright, D.J., Lundblad, E., Larkin, E., Rinehart, R., and Murphy, J., Benthic terrain modeling algorithms and web distribution, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Rinehart, R., Wright, D., Murphy, J., Cary-Kothera, L., Lundblad, E., and Larkin, E., 3-D Benthic terrain mapping and modeling in American Samoa, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Denver, CO.

Bower, P., Wright, D.J., and Feldburg, M., Using Internet Map Services (IMS) and coastal remote sensing for education, Proceedings of Coastal GeoTools 2005, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Breman, J. and Wright, D., Evaluating data models and related GIS tools for marine and atmospheric applications, Proceedings of Coastal GeoTools 2005, Myrtle Beach, SC.

Rinehart, R.W., Wright, D., Murphy, J., Cary-Kothera, L., Lundblad, E., and Larkin, E., 3-D benthic terrain mapping and modeling in American Samoa (poster), Proceedings of Coastal GeoTools 2005, Myrtle Beach, SC.

2004:

Wright, D., Haddad, T., Klarin, P., Dana, R., and Dailey, M., Infrastructure for data sharing, spatial analysis, resource decision-making, and societal impact: The Oregon Coastal Atlas, Proceedings of The 5th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research, Seattle, WA, pp. 131-132.

Haddad, T., Dailey, M., and Wright, D., The Oregon Coastal Atlas; A Pacific Northwest coastal information management system, Proceedings of The 5th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2004), Seattle, WA, 310-311.

Wright, D. J., Spatial reasoning for Terra Incognita -- Challenges and progress in coastal/marine GIS, American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Symposium: Place Matters: Geospatial Tools for Marine Science, Conservation and Management, Track: Living Oceans and Coastlines, Seattle, Washington, Session 10056.

Wright, D. J., Blongewicz, M.J., Halpin, P., Breman, J., Grise, S., and the ArcGIS Marine Data Model Review and Case Study Teams, A new object-oriented data model for oceans, coasts, seas, and lakes, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Centennial Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Session 4106, online program and CD-ROM.

Rinehart, R. and Wright, D. J., Benthic habitat classification and 3-D visualizations, derived from acoustic multibeam data, for Vatia Bay, American Samoa, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Centennial Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Session 4406, online program and CD-ROM.

Rinehart, R., Wright, D., Lundblad, E., Larkin, E., Murphy, J., and Cary-Kothera, ArcGIS 8.x Benthic Terrain Modeler: Analysis in American Samoa, Proceedings of the 24th Annual Esri User Conference, San Diego, CA, Paper 1433.

Aaby, A., Wright, D., and Tissot B., Case study of the ArcGIS Marine Data Model: Examining habitat utilization patterns of reef fish along the west coast of Hawaii, Proceedings of the 24th Annual Esri User Conference, San Diego, CA, Paper 1458.

Lundblad, E., Wright, D., Naar, D., Donahue, B., and Miller, J., Classifying deep water benthic habitats around Tutuila, American Samoa , Proceedings of the 24th Annual Esri User Conference, San Diego, CA, Paper 1208.

Larkin, E., Wright, D., and Lundblad, E., Bilingual marine data distribution using ArcIMS for coral reef conservation , Proceedings of the 24th Annual Esri User Conference, San Diego, CA, Paper 1123.

2003:

Wright, D., Haddad, T., Klarin, P., Dailey, M., and Dana, R., The Oregon Coastal Atlas: A Pacific Northwest NSDI contribution, Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Esri User Conference, San Diego, CA, Paper 105.

Wright, D. J., Haddad, T., Klarin, P., Dailey, M., Marra, J., Dana, R., Revell, D., Tavakoli-Shiraji, M., and Crouse, K., Infrastructure for data sharing, spatial analysis, resource decision-making, and societal impact: The Oregon Coastal Atlas, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana, Paper 827.16199, CD-ROM.

Wright, D., Breman, J., ArcGIS Marine Data Model Working Group, A New Marine Data Model, Proceedings of the Oceans 2003 Marine Technology and Ocean Science Conference, San Diego, CA, Abstract 945.

2002:

Wright, D.J., Interoperability among spatial data resources along a continuum: "Data-to-data," "data models," and "data-to-interpretation," Eos, Trans. AGU, 83(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract OS61C-09, F700.

Keon, D., Pancake, P., Wright, D.J., and Walsh, K., Virtual Oregon: A proof-of-concept for seamless access to distributed environmental information, Eos, Trans. AGU, 83(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract OS62B-0244, F706.

Wright, D., Mapping and GIS capacity building in American Samoa, Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Esri User Conference, San Diego, CA, Paper 101.

Wright, D.J. and Crouse, K., GIS capacity building for the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary, American Samoa, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, CD-ROM (abstract only, no presentation due to illness).

Wright, D.J., O'Dea, E., Toomey, D.R., Cushing, J.B., and Cuny, J.E., The Virtual Research Vessel: A prototype for coupling mid-ocean ridge data, maps, and models, Geological Society of America, 2002 Abstracts with Programs, Cordilleran Section Meeting, Corvallis, OR, 34(5): A-85, P-70.

Keon, D., Pancake, C., and Wright, D., Virtual Oregon: Seamless access to distributed environmental information, Joint Conference on Digital Libraries 2002, Portland, OR.

2001:

Wright, D.J., O'Dea, E., Cushing, J.B., Cuny, J.E., Toomey, D.R., Hackett, K., and Tikekar, R., Developing a computational environment for coupling MOR data, maps, and models: The Virtual Research Vessel (VRV) prototype, Eos, Trans. AGU, 82(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract OS11B-0353, F590.

Wright, D. J., GIS coordination at America's remotest marine sanctuary (American Samoa), Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, New York, New York, Session 3.2.32, CD-ROM.

Wright, D. GIS coordination at America's remotest national marine sanctuary (American Samoa), Proceedings of the 21st Annual Esri User Conference, San Diego, CA, Paper 140.

Rub, M.W. and D. Wright, A novel landscape ecology approach for determining microhabitat correlations and faunal patchiness in extreme environments: Pilot study for the southern East Pacific Rise at 17-18°S, Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vent Biology, Brest, France, 16 pp.

2000:

Nasby, N., Embley, R., Tissot, B., Hixon, M., Wright, D., Merle, S., and Wakefield, W. Integration of historical groundfish habitat data with new, high-resolution, remotely-sensed data at Heceta Bank, Oregon, 11th Western Groundfish Conference, Sitka, Alaska.

Wright, D., Duvall, G., and Ward, B., Metadata matters: A national geospatial clearinghouse for the Oregon Coast, Proceeedings of The Coastal Society 17th International Conference, Portland, Oregon.

1999:

Wright, D. J., A geospatial clearinghouse for the Oregon Coast: Implications for improved hazard assessment, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, Session 313.

Wright, D. J., Steinberg, P., and Psuty, N. Coastal and marine geography: More than just flotsam and jetsam, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, Session 95.

Wright, D. J., Multiscale, high resolution mapping of superfast seafloor spreading, Undersea Explorations '99, Portland, Oregon.

1998:

Wright, D.J., R.M. Haymon, K.C. Macdonald, S. White, D.S. Scheirer, and J.M.H. O'Neill. High-resolution mapping of crustal cracking at the superfast-spreading EPR at 17-18 S: Preliminary results from Sojourn II, Eos, Trans. AGU, 79(45), F811.

Wright, D., Tools, techniques, and discoveries of marine geography. Proceedings of the Oregon Academy of Science, Salem, OR, 34:24-25.

Wright, D. and Brett, M. Two years and counting: Site license adventures at Oregon State University. Proceedings of the 18th Annual Esri User Conference, San Diego, CA.

Wright, D. Marine GIS in the Eastern Pacific: Nested sampling strategies and a scientific information management schema for deepsea environments. Proceedings of GISPlanet '98, Lisbon, PORTUGAL.

Chapin, K., J. Vergun, D. Wright, Development of an aquatic habitat geographical information system for Pacific lamprey habitat in Rock Creek (Siletz), Oregon, Proceedings of Bridging Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Ecosystem Science, Flagstaff, AZ.

1997:

Wright, D. J., Haymon, R. and Macdonald, K., Tracking deep sea eruptive and hydrothermal activity with ArcView, Proceedings of the 17th Annual Esri User Conference, San Diego, CA.

Haymon, R.M., K.C. Macdonald, S. Baron, L. Crowder, J. Hobson, P. Sharfstein, S. White, B. Bezy, E. Birk, F. Terra, D. Scheirer, D.J. Wright, L. Magde, C. Van Dover, S. Sudarikov and G. Levai. Distribution of fine-scale hydrothermal, volcanic and tectonic features along the EPR crest, 17 15'-18 30'S: Results of near-bottom acoustic and optical surveys, Eos, Trans. AGU, 78(46), F705.

Hobson, J.M., R. M. Haymon, S. M. White, S.R. Baron, P.J. Sharfstein, K.C. Macdonald, D.J. Wright, and D.S. Scheirer. Hydrothermal vents along the Spike segment of the southern EPR (17 15-40'S), Eos, Trans. AGU, 78(46), F690.

Baron, S.R., R M Haymon, K.C. Macdonald, J.M. Hobson, D. Scheirer, D.J. Wright, and E.T. Baker. Distribution of hydrothermal plumes along the S. EPR: 17 12' - 18 35'S , Eos, Trans. AGU, 78(46), F690.

1996:

Wright, D. J., Bloomer, S. H., and Boomerang 8 Shipboard Scientific Party. New Sea Beam 2000 bathymetry and sidescan data on the Tonga Forearc and Trench: Results from Boomerang Leg 8, an ODP site survey, Eos, Trans. AGU, 77(46), F326.

Bloomer, S.H., Wright, D. J., and Boomerang 8 Shipboard Scientific Party. Geology of the Tonga Forearc: A supra-subduction zone ophiolite. Eos, Trans. AGU, 77(46), F325.

Clift, P.D., MacLeod, C.J., Tappin, D., Bloomer, S.H., Wright, D. J., and Boomerang 8 Shipboard Scientific Party. Forearc sedimentation, subduction erosion and the effect of seamount collisions in the Tonga Arc. Eos, Trans. AGU, 77(46), F325.

Sato, H., Ishii, T., Bloomer, S.H., and Boomerang 8 Shipboard Scientific Party. Serpentinites from the Izu-Bonin-Mariana and Tonga Forearcs: Similarities and differences. Eos, Trans. AGU, 77(46), F325.

Wright, D. J., A. M. Bobbitt, and C. G. Fox, Marine geography at work: Adventures with a seagoing GIS, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina, 322.

Bobbitt, A. M., C. G. Fox, and D. J. Wright, ArcView supports deepsea research with famous submarine, Proceedings of the 16th Annual Esri User Conference, Palm Springs, CA.

Fox, C. G., A. M. Bobbitt, and D. J. Wright, Integration and distribution of deepsea oceanographic data from the NE Pacific using Arc/Info and ArcView, Proceedings of the 16th Annual Esri User Conference, Palm Springs, CA.

1995:

Wright, D. J., M. F. Goodchild, and J. D. Proctor, The "Tool v. Science" Debate in GIS, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Chicago, Illinois, 335.

Bobbitt, A. M., D. J. Wright, and C. G. Fox, VENTS' geographic information system at sea in support of 1995 Axial, CoAxial, and N. Cleft ALVIN dives, Eos, Trans. AGU, 76(46), F410.

1994:

Wright, D. J., R. M. Haymon, and K. C. Macdonald, Estimates of crack depth along the axial zone of the East Pacific Rise (9°12'-54'N), Eos, Trans. AGU, 75(44), 601.

Wright, D. J., R. M. Haymon, K. C. Macdonald, and M. F. Goodchild, The power of geographic information systems (GIS) for oceanography: Implications for spatio-temporal modelling of mid-ocean ridge evolution, Proceedings of The Oceanography Society Pacific Basin Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, 66.

1993:

Miller, S. P., K. C. Macdonald, D. S. Scheirer, R. Alexander, N. Beedle, C. Weiland, D. Wright, D. Forsyth, and Y. Shen, New Sea Beam 2000 bathymetry and side scan data on the East Pacific Rise, 15-19°S, Eos, Trans. AGU, 74, 306.

Scheirer, D. S., K. C. Macdonald, D. Forsyth, R. Alexander, T. Atwater, N. Beedle, M. Cormier, K. Feldman, C. Hollinshead, D. Levitt, M. A. Lynch, S. Miller, A. Padgett, A. Sauter, K. Sayanagi, Y. Shen, C. Weiland, and D. Wright, An extensive seamount field near the southern East Pacific Rise, 15° to 19°S, Eos, Trans. AGU, 74, 297.

Mayer, L. A., C. Ware, S. P. Miller, K. C. Macdonald, D. S. Scheirer, D. J. Wright, and D. Forsyth, Interactive 3-D flight through Sea Beam 2000 data from the East Pacific Rise between 15 and 19 degrees south, Eos, Trans. AGU, 74, 594.

1992:

Haymon, R., D. Fornari, R. Lutz, M. Perfit, K. Macdonald, K. Von Damm, M. Lilley, W. C. I. Shanks, D. Nelson, M. Edwards, M. Kappus, D. Colodner, D. Wright, D. Scheirer, M. Black, H. Edmonds, E. Olson, and T. Geiselman, Dramatic short-term changes observed during March '92 dives to April '91 eruption site on the East Pacific Rise (EPR) crest, 9° 45-52'N, Eos Trans. AGU, 43, 524.

Wright, D. J., R. M. Haymon, and WHOI Imaging Group, Analysis of ocean floor data using GIS techniques, Abstracts of the Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, 262.

1991:

Haymon, R. M., D. Fornari, K. Von Damm, J. Edmond, M. Lilley, M. Perfit, W. C. Shanks III, J. Grebmeier, R. Lutz, S. Carbotte, D. Wright, M. Smith, E. McLaughlin, N. Beedle, J. Seewald, D. Reudelhuber, E. Olson, and F. Johnson, Eruption of the EPR Crest at 9¡45'-52'N since late 1989 and its effects on Hydrothermal venting: Results of the ADVENTURE Program, an ODP site survey with Alvin, Eos Trans. AGU, 72, 480.

Wright, D. J., and R. M. Haymon, Abundance and distribution of fissures and age distribution of lavas along the axial zone of the East Pacific Rise (9¡12'-54'N): Manipulation of ARGO data using the geographic information system ARC/INFO, Eos Trans. AGU, 72, 495.

Wright, D. J., and R. M. Haymon, Along-strike variations in fissure density and widths along the axial zone of the EPR (9° 12'-54'N), Eos, Trans. AGU, 72, 491.

1986:

Wright, D. J., W. W. Sager, and T. Hilde, Plate boundary structures and processes at the northern terminus of the Tonga Trench, Eos, Trans. AGU, 67, 1238.

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Apr 2016:

"Latest Developments in Oceanographic Applications of GIS," Livestream Webinar w/ attendees nationwide, GeoTech Center (National Geospatial Technologies Center of Excellence), geotechcenter.org.

Mar 2016:

"The Exciting World of Science... with and for GIS," 2016 Esri Higher Education Forum, Esri Headquarters, Redlands, CA.

"Maps for Solving the World’s Biggest Problems," Guest Lecture, SIO 110, Introduction to GIS and GPS for Scientists, Prof. Bernard Minster, UC-San Diego, San Diego, CA.

Feb 2016:

"An Ecological Stratification Approach for Mapping Global Marine Ecosystems," John Sutherland Memorial Seminar (plus additional brownbag to The Coastal Society), Duke University Marine Lab, Beaufort, NC.

"Esri’s Science Program, Including the Oceans!," Special Seminar, San Bernadino Valley College, San Bernadino, CA.

Jan 2016:

"The Courage to Escape," (plus plenary panel on "Perceptions of Gender in Science"), Women in Science Summit, California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA.

Dec 2015:

"Toward a Digital Resilience (with a Dash of Location Enlightenment)," Leptoukh Award Lecture, Earth and Space Science Informatics Focus Group, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

Sep 2015:

"Toward a Digital Resilience for the Coast and Ocean," Invited Keynote Address, International Symposium on Digital Earth, Halifax, Nova Scotia, CANADA.

Sep 2015:

"Emerging Citizen Science Trends," Livestream Webinar w/~300 attendees nationwide (~700 registrants to receive recording), Esri National Government Sciences Team, Citizens + Science = Innovative Insights

"Esri and the Scientific Community," Department of Geography and Geoinformation Science, George Mason University, Falls Church, VA.

Aug 2015:

"Meet the Manager: Esri Chief Scientist," Esri Summer Interns Brownbag Series, Esri Headquarters, Redlands, CA.

Jun 2015:

"Location Matters in Scientific Discovery," Livestream Webinar w/~900 attendees worldwide (1800 registrants), GovLoop.com Training, Simple Ways to do More with your Scientific Data

Apr 2015:

"Toward a Digital Resilience," Keynote Address, Coastal GeoTools, North Charleston, SC.

Jan 2015:

"Bridging the Gap Between Scientists and Policy Makers: Whither GIScience?" University of Redlands MS GIS Colloquium, Redlands, CA.

"Exploring the Wonders of God’s Deep Ocean Creation," Congregation and Earth Care Committee of 1st Presbyterian Church, San Bernadino, CA.

"An Ocean of Story Maps," Livestream Webinar w/~260 attendees worldwide, Ecosystem-Based Management Tools Network and OpenChannels; co-presenter Jenny Lentz, Aquarium of the Pacific

Feb 2014:

"Esri's Ocean Science Agenda and Initiative," Center for Marine Biodiversity and Conservation Seminar, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, CA.

"Esri's Emerging Natural and Ocean Sciences Agenda," University of Redlands MS GIS Colloquium, Redlands, CA.

Dec 2013:

"The Science of Science in Social Media," Invited Online Panelist, hosted by the Union of Concerned Scientists.

Nov 2013:

"The Age of Science and 'Big Data,'" Department of Geography, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, NEW ZEALAND.

"Bridging the Gap Between Scientists and Policy Makers: Whither GIScience?", School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, NEW ZEALAND.

"Esri's Emerging Natural and Ocean Sciences Agenda," National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Wellington, NEW ZEALAND.

Sep 2013:

"Ocean & Coastal Data, Data Management, and Digital Atlases," Invited Workshop Webinar for Theme 3 of Pacem in Maribus XXXIV, International Forum on Sustainable Governance of the Ocean, Bangkok, THAILAND.

Jul 2013:

"Creatures of the Deep and Treasure Maps of the Ocean Floor," Invited Evening Public Lecture + Podcast Interview, Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach, CA.

"NOAA Ocean Exploration 2020 Hangout," Invited Online Panelist, hosted by the Online Ocean Symposium.

Jun 2013:

"Everyone Loves a Good Story, Even Policy Makers," Keynote Address, CoastGIS 2013, Victoria, British Columbia, CANADA, delivered via video due to last-minute travel conflicts. ALSO Online Keynote, Virtual Coastal GeoTools 2013.

May 2013:

"Esri and the Scientific Community," Laboratory of Geoinformation Science and Remote Sensing, Wageningen University, Wageningen, THE NETHERLANDS.

Apr 2013:

"Bridging the Gap Between Scientists and Policy Makers: Whither GIScience?," Waldo Tobler Distinguished Lecture in Geographic Information Science, AAG Geographic Information Science and Systems Specialty Group, AAG Annual Meeting, Los Angeles, CA.

"Arc Marine v. 2.0," Esri Webinar w/~25 attendees worldwide, accompanying blog post

Oct 2012:

"Framing the Future of Ecosystem Restoration - Staying Relevant in a World of Changing Priorities," 6th National Conference on Coastal and Estuarine Habitat Restoration, Tampa, FL.

"Work in Progress Toward Enhancing Multidimensional Visualization with Analytical Workflows", Microsoft e-Science Workshop 2012: e-Science in Action, Chicago, IL.

Sep 2012:

"The Age of Science and 'Big Data,'” ISTeC Distinguished Lecture, The Information Science and Technology Center, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO.

"A New Science Agenda at Esri," Geospatial Centroid Center Brown Bag Presentation, Geospatial Centroid, Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO.

"CyberGIS and Big Data," Plenary Panelist, GIScience 2012, Columbus, OH.

Aug 2012:

"CyberGIS Progress and Perspectives," Plenary Panelist, CyberGIS '12, National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL.

"Esri's Emerging Natural and Ocean Sciences Agenda," Livestream Webinar, Ecosystem-Based Management Tools Network.

Jul 2012:

"Ocean GIS," Plenary Speaker, Esri International Users Conference, Monday afternoon session, San Diego, CA.

Jun 2012:

"Esri's Emerging Natural and Ocean Sciences Agenda for GIS," Hatfield Marine Science Center Seminar, Oregon State University, Newport, OR.

Apr 2012:

"The Age of Science and 'Big Data,'" Closing Keynote Address, CalGIS 2012, 18th Annual California GIS Conference, Sacramento, CA.

Mar 2012:

"Geodesigning Coastal and Ocean Space," Plenary Panelist, Landscape Infrastructure Symposium, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA.

"Esri's Emerging Natural and Ocean Sciences Agenda," Brownbag Seminar, Conservation International Headquarters, Arlington, VA.
[Note: This particular title has several variations in content, depending on the audience.]

"Esri's Emerging Natural and Ocean Sciences Agenda," Plenary Address, Esri CA/HI/NV Regional User Conference Redlands, CA.

Feb 2012:

"Esri's Emerging Natural and Ocean Sciences Agenda," Spring 2012 Environmental Geomatics Lecture, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ.

Jan 2012:

"Esri's Emerging Ocean Science Agenda and Initiative," Keynote Address, Monterey Bay Marine GIS User Group Meeting, USGS Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center, Santa Cruz, CA.

Dec 2011:

"Geospatial Tools for Ocean Management and Decision-Making," Environmental Law Institute Workshop on the National Environmental Policy Act in a Geospatial World, Boalt School of Law, UC-Berkeley, CA.

Nov 2011:

"GIS 'in Depth:' An Emerging Ocean and Natural Sciences Agenda at Esri," 12th Annual Dangermond Lecture, Department of Geography, UC-Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA.

May 2011:

"Glory Road and the Desegregation of College Basketball: The Untold Story at Oregon State," Special Event of the Association of Faculty for the Advancement of People of Color (AFAPC), The Varsity O Club, and the Office of the Vice Provost for Student Affairs. Panelists and Moderators: Natalia Fernández, Larry Griggs, Norman Monroe, Dwaine Plaza, Craig Robinson, Alex Sanchez, Paul Valenti, Charlie White, and Dawn Wright, The Loge, Reser Stadium, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.

Jan 2011:

"Networking of Coastal Web Atlases and Other GIScience in Action at OSU," Department of Earth and Physical Sciences Natural Science Seminar Series, Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR.

Oct 2010:

"Explore the Ocean and Sustain Society," Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) National Conference, Anaheim, CA, Invited Panelist with Deidre Sullivan (Marine Advanced Technology Education Center, Monterey Peninsula College), Dwight Coleman (Institute for Exploration, University of Rhode Island), Liesl Hotaling (U. South Florida), October 2nd.

Sep 2010:

"International Coastal Atlas (ICAN) Great Lakes Workshop", sponsored by the NOAA Coastal Services Center, U.S. Geological Survey's Wisconsin Water Science Center, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, and University of Wisconsin Sea Grant, organizing committee member and presenter, September 13-15th.

"Spatial Reasoning at Sea and Ashore: Directions and Challenges in Ocean Informatics," Yi-Fu Tuan Invited Lecture, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI. [Note: This particular title has several variations in content, depending on the audience.]

Jun 2010:

"GIS Bootcamp," NSF-funded Increasing Diversity in the Earth Sciences program (9 undergraduates + 5 incoming freshmen with SMILE program), OSU Geosciences, June 28th - July 1st.

"Teaching Ethics in GIS&T: Final Results of NSF Funded Research on Ethics in GIS&T Education," UCGIS Summer Assembly Plenary with Francis Harvey (U. Minnesota), Crowne Plaza Beach Resort, Hilton Head Island, SC, June 15th.

Sep 2009:

"Spatial Reasoning at Sea and Ashore: Directions and Challenges in Ocean Informatics," Department of Geography, San Diego State University, San Diego, CA, September 18th.

Jul 2009:

"Technical Workshop: Arc Marine - Managing and Analyzing Ocean and Coastal Data in ArcGIS," 29th Annual Environmental Systems Research Institute (Esri) User Conference, San Diego, CA, July 14th.

Oct 2008:

"Spatial Reasoning at Sea and Ashore: Directions and Challenges in Ocean Informatics," Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Hall-Bonner Lectureship Program, College of William & Mary, Gloucester Point, VA, October 10th.

"Spatial Reasoning at Sea and Ashore: Directions and Challenges in Ocean Informatics," Department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, October 9th.

"Careers and Coping for Minority Students in Marine Science," Hall-Bonner Lectureship Program, Hampton University, Hampton, VA, October 8th.

"The Interntional Coastal Atlas Network," FGDC Marine & Coastal Spatial Data Subcommittee Meeting, NOAA Headquarters, Silver Spring, MD, October 8th.

Sep 2008:

"Cyberinfrastructure for GIScience", GIScience 2008: 5th International Conference, Park City, UT, co-organizer, presenter, and discussant, September 23rd.

July 2008:

"International Coastal Atlas (ICAN) Workshop 3 on Federated Coastal Atlases: Building on the Interoperable Approach", sponsored by the European Environment Agency, Copenhagen, DENMARK, co-organizer, co-chair and presenter, July 7-11th.

May 2008:

"Spatial Reasoning at Sea and Ashore: Directions and Challenges in Ocean Informatics," Department of Environmental Earth System Science Seminar, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, May 28th.

March 2008:

"Spatial Reasoning at Sea and Ashore: Directions and Challenges in Ocean Informatics," Department of Geography and Regional Development Colloquium, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, March 7th.

"The Exciting World of Ocean Exploration and Science for Teaching and Learning," Keynote Address GeoTech 2008, Dallas, TX, March 1st.

February 2008:

"Exploring the Deep: Cracks, Creatures, and Creative Maps of the Ocean Floor," GeoTech 2008 Pre-Conference Public Lecture, Dallas, TX, February 29th.

"Exploring the Deep with Cool Vehicles and Maps," Bishop Dunne High School Student/Parent Night, Dallas, TX, February 29th.

"Towards an International Coastal Atlas Network (ICAN)," IODE Workshop on Coastal Atlas Requirements, UNESCO IODE (International Oceanographic Data & Information Exchange) Headquarters, Oostende, BELGIUM, February 22nd [Meeting Report].

"The Oregon Coastal Atlas: Infrastructure for Data Sharing, Spatial Analysis, Resource Decision-Making and Societal Impact," IODE Workshop on Coastal Atlas Requirements, UNESCO IODE (International Oceanographic Data & Information Exchange) Headquarters, Oostende, BELGIUM, February 21st.

October 2007:

"Exploring the Deep: Cracks, Creatures, and Creative Maps of the Ocean Floor," Friends of Straub Environmental Learning Center Distinguished Lecture, Salem, OR, October 25th.

September 2007:

"Exploration and Mapping of the Ocean Floor Around American Samoa and Tonga," Academy for Lifelong Learning Series on Hawaii, Samoa, Tonga, OSU Alumni Association, Corvallis, OR, September 27th.

July 2007:

"Trans-Atlantic Workshops in Coastal Mapping and Informatics: Coastal Atlas Interoperability" (ICAN 2), sponsored by NSF, the Marine Institute, and Ireland's National Development Plan, OSU campus, Corvallis, Oregon, co-convener and presenter, July 16-20th.

March 2007:

"The Oregon Coastal Atlas and Decision-Support Tools," Spatial Mapping of Marine Data and Information Workshop for the Oregon Ocean Policy Advisory Council (OPAC) Science and Technology Advisory Committee (STAC), Newport, OR, March 23rd.

"Exploring the Deep: Cracks, Creatures, and Creative GIS," Keynote Presentation, Oregon Geographic Alliance Spring Conference, Seaside, OR, March 17th.

November 2006:

"Mapping and Exploring the 'Hidden Oregon,'" Coast Conference South, sponsored by the Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition, Coos Bay, OR, November 4th.

October 2006:

"Spatial Reasoning at Sea and Ashore: Progress and Challenges of Ocean Informatics," VPAST Distinguished Lecture, Geospatial Technology Lecture Series (Vice Provost for Academic Service and Technology), Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS, October, 25th.

"Acoustic Remote Sensing and Marine GIS in the South Pacific (and Elsewhere)," American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS) Student Chapter, Portland State University, Portland, OR, October 13th.

August 2006:

"Marine Data Model (Arc Marine) Technical Workshop," with J. Breman, and M. Blongewicz, 26th Annual Environmental Systems Research Institute (Esri) User Conference, San Diego, CA, August 10th.

July 2006:

"Trans-Atlantic Workshops in Coastal Mapping and Informatics: Potentials and Limitations of Coastal Web Atlases" (ICAN 1), sponsored by NSF, the Marine Institute, and Ireland's National Development Plan, University College Cork, IRELAND, co-convener and presenter, July 24-28th.

June 2006:

"Exploring the Deep: Cracks, Creatures, and Creative Maps of the Ocean Floor," College of Science 2005 Harris Award Lecture, OSU Alumni Association Golden Jubilee Reunion and "Classes without Quizzes", Corvallis, OR, June 9th.

January 2006:

"Geographic Information Science at OSU: From the Treetops to the Ocean Floor," iGIS Workshop, National Institute for Technology and Liberal Education, Willamette University, Salem, OR, January 11th.

July 2005:

"Marine Data Model Technical Workshop," with J. Breman, M. Blongewicz, P. Halpin, 25th Annual Environmental Systems Research Institute (Esri) User Conference, San Diego, CA, July 27th.

June 2005:

"GIS Training for Marine Resource Managers", sponsored by the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, the California Department of Fish and Game, the NOAA Coastal Services Center, and MATE, Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey, CA (modules on benthic terrain modeling, and the ArcGIS Marine Data Model [Arc Marine], announcement about the Marine Metadata Interoperability initiative), June 13-16th.

May 2005:

"Spatial Reasoning at Sea and Ashore: Progress and Challenges of Ocean Informatics", Hatfield Marine Science Center Seminar, Newport, OR, May 19th.

April 2005:

"Why Spatial is Special: An Overview of Geographic Information Systems and Science", OSU Department of Statistics Seminar, Corvallis, April 25th.

March 2005:

"Spatial Reasoning at Sea and Ashore: Progress and Challenges of Ocean Informatics", Marine Science Institute Colloquium, UC-Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, March 1st.

"How to Get Your 'Stuff' Out There: Issues of Data Access and Sharing," Interdepartmental Graduate Program in Marine Science, Student Seminar and Lunch, UC-Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, March 1st.

January 2005:

"Coastal/Marine Resource Management in Ireland: Insights from a Recent Fulbright", Oregon State University, Department of Geosciences Joint Seminar, "Land as Society's Mirror: Human Dimensions of Landscape Change," Corvallis, OR.

December 2004:

"The Oregon Coastal Atlas", Plenary Panel Talk, Workshop on Biodiversity & Ecosystem Informatics, Sponsored by NSF, NBII, and NASA, The Evergreen State College, Olympia, WA.

November 2004:

"When Students Graduate with a Bachelor's Degree from OSU, What Skills and Areas of Expertise do we Expect Them to Have, Regardless of Major?", Invited Panel Presentation, OSU Student Learning and Assessment Symposium, Corvallis, OR.

October 2004:

"The New Explornography in the Age of Digital Earth, Digital Government, and Cyberinfrastructures", Invited Plenary Address, GIS Ireland 2004, IRLOGI (Irish Organisation for Geographic Information), Dublin, IRELAND, Oct. 13th.

"The ArcGIS Marine Data Model," Invited Half-Day Workshop, Irish Marine Institute Headquarters, Galway, IRELAND, Oct. 15th.

"Cracks, Creatures, and Creative GIS in the Pacific Ocean and the Western U.S.", Department of Geography Seminar, University College Cork, Cork, IRELAND, Oct. 20th.

September 2004:

"Benthic Terrain Workshop," Sponsored by the American Samoa Community College, the NOAA Coastal Services Center, the American Samoa Coastal Zone Management Program, and the American Samoa Department of Marine & Wildlife Resources, American Samoa Community College, Tutuila, American Samoa, Sept. 20-21.

August 2004:

"Geographic Information Systems for Spatial Reasoning in Marine Science and Management", Invited Talk, Managing for Resilience: An Integrated Approach to Coastal Marine Science and Conservation, Friday Harbor Laboratories Centennial Symposium, Friday Harbor, Washington.

"Marine Data Model Technical Workshop," with J. Breman, P. Halpin, and M. Blongewicz, 24th Annual Environmental Systems Research Institute (Esri) User Conference, San Diego, CA.

July 2004:

"Ocean Explorers: Ocean Science Summer Workshop", sponsored by the Center for Image Processing in Education (CIPE), NOAA's Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary (CINMS), and the National Science Foundation, (hands-on GIS and data management instruction and presentation on marine GIS and seafloor mapping), Ventura and Santa Cruz Island, CA, July 6-11.

"GIS and Marine Science: Using GIS to Model Marine Habitats", Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center 6th Annual Summer Institute (lectures on marine GIS, GIS analysis models, and benthic habitat characterization), Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey, CA, July 12-17.

December 2003:

"Spatial Reasoning for Terra Incognita: Progress and Challenges of Ocean GIS", Harte Research Institute for Gulf of Mexico Studies Distinguished Lecturer Series, Corpus Christi, TX.

November 2003:

"Coastal Geographic Information Systems", University of Washington Extension, (introductory modules on marine GIS, marine metadata, and the ArcGIS Marine Data Model), University of Washington Educational Outreach Center, Bellevue, WA.

October 2003:

"A Framework for Marine Metadata: The ArcGIS Marine Data Model and its Common Marine Data Types," Marine Mapping User Group Marine Metadata Workshop, Moss Landing Marine Laboratories, Moss Landing, CA.

July 2003:

"Ocean Cracks, Creatures, and Creative GIS" Keynote Address, Third Annual Esri Education User Conference, San Diego, CA.

"Marine Data Model Technical Workshop," with J. Breman, P. Halpin, and M. Blongewicz, 23rd Annual Environmental Systems Research Institute (Esri) User Conference, San Diego, CA.

"Marine Science, Technology, and GIS", Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center 5th Annual Summer Institute (lectures on marine GIS, GIS analysis models, and benthic habitat characterization), Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey, CA.

May 2003:

"Spatial Reasoning for Terra Incognita: Development of a New Marine Data Model", University of Redlands/Esri Colloquium Series, M.S. Program in GIS, Redlands, CA.

April 2003:

"The Oregon Coastal Atlas: A Pacific Northwest Coastal Information Management System" GIS in Action Conference (Oregon URISA/ASPRS), Portland, OR.

October 2002:

"Crustal Fissuring on the Crest of the Southern East Pacific Rise, 17° 15'-40'S" Oregon State University Department of Geosciences Geology Seminar, Corvallis, OR.

October 2002:

"Ocean Exploration and Conservation with the National Geographic's Sustainable Seas Expeditions," University of Oregon Department of Geography Seminar, Eugene, OR.

July 2002:

"Towards a Digital Earth: Oceanographic Applications of Geographic Information Systems," U.S. Navy Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center, Invited Seminar, Monterey, CA.

"Marine Science, Technology, and GIS," Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center 4th Annual Summer Institute (lectures on marine GIS, GIS analysis models, spatial internpolation, error and uncertainty, and dynamic segmentation), Monterey Peninsula College, Monterey, CA.

April 2002:

"Crustal Fissuring on the Crest of the Southern East Pacific Rise, 17° 15'-40'S," Duke University, Nicholas School of the Environment and Earth Sciences, Division of Earth and Ocean Sciences, Spring Speakers Series, Durham, NC.

February 2002:

"Mapping and GIS in Support of Samoa Coral Reef Management," for the online workshop Conservation and the Coral Reef World, sponsored by the Sustainable Seas Expeditions (SSE) and the College of Exploration.

November 2001:

"Oceanography Series," Wheaton College, Department of Geology & Environmental Science, series of 6 sabbatical guest lectures for students in GEOL 208, General Oceanography, Wheaton, IL.

October 2001:

"Challenges and Progress in Coastal/Marine GIS," Wheaton College, Department of Geology & Environmental Science, sabbatical guest lecture for faculty and students in GEOL 371, "Introduction to GIS," Wheaton, IL.

"Mapping and GIS in Support of Samoa Coral Reef Management," for the online workshop Conservation and the Coral Reef World, sponsored by the Sustainable Seas Expeditions (SSE) and the College of Exploration.

July-August 2001:

"Mapping and GIS in Support of Samoa Coral Reef Management," for the online workshop Conservation and the Coral Reef World, sponsored by the Sustainable Seas Expeditions (SSE) and the College of Exploration.

May 2001:

"Challenges and Progress in Marine GIS," UC-Santa Barbara, Department of Geography, sabbatical guest lecture for faculty and students in GEOG 176C, "GIS Design and Applications," Santa Barbara, CA.

"Seafloor Mapping and GIS for the Fagatele Bay National Marine Sanctuary," Public Library, Pago Pago, American Samoa.

November 2000:

"Towards a 2nd Age of Discovery: Emerging Research Priorities in Geographic Information Science," University of Oregon, Department of Computer and Information Science Fall Colloquium, Eugene, OR.

"Virtual Oregon: Establishing a Web-Based Archive for Oregon's Geographic Data," Internet2 Days, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.

October 2000:

"Creatures of the Deep and Maps of the Ocean Floor," Classes Without Quizzes, OSU Alumni Association and OSU Distance and Continuing Education, Corvallis, OR.

September 2000:

"The Role of GIS in Coastal Zone Management: Examples from the Oregon Coast," Keynote Address, SEAGIS Conference on the Use of GIS in Coastal Zone Management and Planning, European Union Interreg IIc, Bergen, NORWAY.

October 1999:

"Data Systems: Case Studies Within and Outside of Marine Geology and Geophysics," DESCEND 99' (DEveloping Submergence SCiencE in the Next Decade), University National Oceanographic Laboratory System Workshop, National Science Foundation Headquarters, Arlington, VA.

"Getting to the Bottom of it: Recent Discoveries of Seafloor Creation and Destruction in the South Pacific," Wheaton College, Geology Department Special Seminar, Wheaton, IL.

July 1999:

"Davey Jones' Locker: Seafloor Mapping / Marine and Coastal GIS," Esri User Conference, Ocean GIS Special Exhibition and Demos, San Diego, CA.

May 1999:

"Spatial Reasoning for Terra Incognita," University of Minnesota Department of Geography Spring Seminar, Minneapolis, MN.

"Discovering Oregon's Offshore," University of Oregon Department of Geography, Discover Oregon Freshman Orientation Presentation, Eugene, OR.

April 1999:

"Spatial Reasoning for Terra Incognita," UC-Berkeley Department of Geography Spring Seminar, Berkeley, CA.

February 1999:

"Towards a Second Age of Discovery," TED9 (Technology, Entertainment, Design), Monterey, CA.

December 1998:

"Creatures of the Deep and Maps of the Ocean Floor: Dawn's Advantures in Marine Geography," Portland State University Department of Geography Fall Colloquium, Portland, OR.

November 1998:

"Introducting the University Consortium for Geographic Information Science," EPA Seminar, Corvallis, OR.

September 1998:

"Data Infrastructure Issues for 9N: Keeping up With the Joneses," RIDGE Results Symposium: Field Studies Along the East Pacific Rise, 9° - 10° N, Santa Barbara, CA.

January 1998:

"Journey to the Center of Earth: A Geoscientific Tour of Iceland," Oregon State University Department of Geosciences Geology Seminar, Corvallis, OR.

December 1997:

"New Data From Both Ends of the Plate Boundary Spectrum in the South Pacific," University of Oregon Department of Geology Seminar, Eugene, OR.

October 1997:

"Scientific Information Modeling for Oceanographic Data: An Example from the Northeast Pacific," The Ohio State University, Center for Mapping Columbus, OH.

August 1997:

"Discoveries of Seafloor Exploration," Keynote Address, 52nd Annual Meeting of the American Scientific Affiliation, Santa Barbara, CA.

March 1997:

"Latest Discoveries of Seafloor Creation and Destruction in the South Pacific" and ArcView Demo for Introductory GIS Class, The Colorado College, Department of Geology Seminar Colorado Springs, CO.

February 1997:

"The Creation and Destruction of Seafloor Across the Pacific," Oregon State University Department of Geosciences Geology Seminar, Corvallis, OR.

January 1997:

"An Introduction to Geographic Information Systems," Workshop for Online Northwest '97, Sponsored by the Interinstitutional Library Council, the Oregon State System of Higher Education, and the Online Coordinators Committee, Oregon Convention Center, Portland, OR.

October 1996:

"Marine Geography at Work: Adventures with a Seagoing Geographic Information System," University of Oregon Department of Geography Seminar, Eugene, OR.

December 1995:

"From Pattern to Process on the Deep Ocean Floor: A GIS Approach," USC Dept. of Geography Colloquium, Los Angeles, CA.

August 1995:

"GIS and Oceanography: Exploring Uncharted Waters," NOAA-Pacific Marine Environmental Lab Seminar, Seattle, WA.

June 1995:

"A Gameplan for GIS: Sink or S.I.M.?" NOAA-Pacific Marine Environmental Lab Seminar, Newport, OR.

March 1995:

"Current Musings in the Discipline of Geography Regarding the Interplay Between Science and Technology," Oregon State University Dept. of Geosciences Geography Seminar, Corvallis, OR.

October 1994:

"Current Musings in the Discipline of Geography Regarding the Interplay Between Science and Technology," 13th Annual Ford Foundation Doctoral and Postdoctoral Conference of Fellows, Arnold and Mabel Beckman Center, Irvine, CA.

September 1994:

"From Pattern to Process on the Deep Ocean Floor: A Geographic Information System Approach," UCSB Department of Geography Colloquium Presentation, Santa Barbara, CA.

July 1994:

"Underwater Remote Sensing and Seafloor Mapping at UCSB," Santa Barbara Research Center Summer Seminar, Santa Barbara, CA.

May 1994:

"GIS and Oceanographic Research: A Match Made in Heaven? Examples from the East Pacific Rise," MIT Dept. of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences Lecture Series, Cambridge, MA.

March 1994:

"GIS and Underwater Remote Sensing Reveal Cracks and Creatures on the Crest of the East Pacific Rise," Oregon State University Dept. of Geosciences Geography Seminar, Corvallis, OR.

December 1993:

"GIS and Underwater Remote Sensing Reveal Cracks and Creatures on the Ocean Floor," National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis (NCGIA) Board of Directors' Meeting, UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA.

October 1993:

"Underwater Remote Sensing Reveals Cracks and Creatures on the Ocean Floor," 12th Annual Ford Foundation Doctoral and Postdoctoral Conference of Fellows, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D.C.

"Discoveries of New Volcanoes on the Ocean Floor," Guest speaker at Ouachita Baptist University Women's Club Meeting, Arkadelphia, AR.

"The Science of Exploring and Mapping the Ocean Floor," Presentations to undergraduate students at Ouachita Baptist University, Arkadelphia, AR.

August 1993:

"GIS and Oceanography: Data Synthesis and Interpretations from the East Pacific Rise," NOAA-Pacific Marine Environment Lab Special Seminar, Newport, OR.

July 1993:

"GIS and Oceanography: Examples of Integrated Alvin and Sea Beam Data from the East Pacific Rise," Sea Beam Instruments Inc. Special Seminar, E. Walpole, MA.

"Preliminary Results from Sea Beam 2000 Swath Bathymetry and Sidescan Sonar," Sea Beam Instruments, Inc. Workshop, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA.

"GIS and Oceanography: A Match Made in Heaven? Examples from the East Pacific Rise," Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Seminar, Monterey, CA.

May 1993:

"Is Geography a 'Science?' Should it Be? UCSB vs. the Rest!" UCSB Department of Geography Colloquium Presentation, Santa Barbara, CA.

October 1992:

"Snoopy Goes to Sea: Creatures From the Deep and Maps of the Ocean Floor - THE SEQUEL," UCSB Department of Geography Colloquium Presentation, Santa Barbara, CA.

September 1991:

"Studies of the Ocean Floor Using Optics, Acoustics, GIS and Other Neat Things," Center for Remote Sensing and Environmental Optics Advisory Committee, UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA.

June 1991:

"Snoopy Goes to Sea: Creatures From the Deep and Maps of the Ocean Floor," UCSB Department of Geography Colloquium Presentation, Santa Barbara, CA.

"1. Global Change Modelling and GIS. 2. ALVIN Diving." Presentation to the Business-Higher Education Forum, UCSB Department of Geological Sciences, Santa Barbara, CA.

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(to Top) Short Courses/Workshops Attended
Professional Development

Jul-Aug 2002:

Marine Science, Technology, and GIS, Marine Advanced Technology (MATE) Center 4th Annual Summer Institute, Monterey, CA.

Jul-Aug 2001:

Conservation and the Coral Reef World, Sustainable Seas Expeditions and College of Exploration Virtual Workshop.

Jul 1999:

Distributed GIS via Intranets or the Internet, Environmental Systems Research Institute (Esri) Pre-Conference Workshop, San Diego, CA.

Visual Basic, Environmental Systems Research Institute (Esri) Pre-Conference Workshop, San Diego, CA.

Sep 1998:

FGDC Metadata and Clearinghouse Hands-On Training, National Spatial Data Infrastructure Workshop, Charleston, SC.

Aug/Sep 1997:

Active Processes at Mid-Ocean Ridges, RIDGE/Nordic Volcanological Institute Summer School, Lake Myvatn, ICELAND.

Jun 1997:

Creating a Clearinghouse Node for Spatial Data, Federal Geographic Data Committee Workshop, University Consortion for Geographic Information Science Annual Assembly and Summer Retreat, Bar Harbor, ME.

Jul 1996:

Geographic Information, ESF-GISDATA and NSF NCGIA International Young Scholars' Summer Institute, Berlin, GERMANY.

Jun 1995:

Faulting and Magmatism at Mid-Ocean Ridges, RIDGE Theoretical Institute Short Course, Granlibakken Conference Center, Tahoe City, CA.

Aug 1994:

Advanced Topics in Geographic Information Science: GIS Data Issues, NCGIA Summer Institute, UCSB, Santa Barbara, CA.

Jan 1992:

Hydrothermal and Magma Chamber Processes at Mid-Ocean Ridges, RIDGE Theoretical Institute Short Course, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ.

Oct 1991:

Fractals and Their Use in the Earth Sciences, Geological Society of America Short Course, GSA Annual Meeting, San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA.

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Mr. Jack Dangermond:

President and CEO, Esri

Dr. Sherman H. Bloomer:

Director of Budget & Fiscal Planning, OSU
<sherman.bloomer-at-oregonstate.edu>

Dr. James Good:

(Colleague)
Director Emeritus, Marine Resource Management Program, OSU
<jwg4@yahoo.com>

Dr. Christopher G. Fox:

(Post-doc Supervisor)
Director Emeritus, National Geophysical Data Center
NOAA-NESDIS, Boulder, CO
<Christopher.G.Fox@noaa.gov>

Dr. Raymond C. Smith:

(Ph.D. Major Adviser)
Professor Emeritus, Institute for Computational Earth System Science, UCSB
<ray@icess.ucsb.edu>

Dr. Rachel M. Haymon:

(Ph.D. Committee Member)
Professor Emerita, Department of Earth Science, UCSB
<haymon@magic.geol.ucsb.edu>

Dr. Ken C. Macdonald:

(Ph.D. Committee Member)
Professor Emeritus, Department of Earth Science, UCSB
<ken@magic.geol.ucsb.edu>

Dr. Michael F. Goodchild:

(Ph.D. Committee Member)
Professor Emeritus, Department of Geography, UCSB, Jack and Laura Dangermond Professor of Geography
<good@geog.ucsb.edu>


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"What nobler employment, or more valuable to the state, than that of the man, who instructs the rising generation?"
-- Cicero
"The greatest of all sacrifices is the sacrifice of time... "
-- Plutarch
"Shut them up!... Win!"
-- Coach Don Haskins to his Texas Western basketball players, in the film Glory Road
"We should not be afraid of being measured, unless we are afraid that we will not measure up."
-- Gerry McGovern, Nua Limited, Ireland
"It is better to wear out than to rust out."
-- Ruben Chamberlain
"Get in, sit down, shut up, and hold on!"
-- as seen on a Maryland license plate

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