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2009
Schwehr K, Brennan RT, Sellars J, Smith SM. Discovery of Marine Datasets and Geospatial Metadata Visualization. American Geophysical Union (AGU). San Francisco, CA, USA; 2009.
Jacobi M, Braswell R, Merten AA, Kinner NE, Schwehr K. Environmental Response Management Application (ERMA) - Web-based GIS Data Display and Management System for Oil Spill Planning and Environmental Response. Coastal Geotools. Myrtle Beach, SC, USA; 2009.
Wiley DN, Brown MW, Clark C, Hatch L, Johnson L, Koyama K, et al.. Minimizing Vessel Strikes to Endangered Whales: A Crash Course in Conservation Science and Policy. Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. Washington DC, Washington DC, USA; 2009.
Schwehr K, Alexander L. Right Whale AIS Project (RAP): Acoustic Detections in the Boston Approaches. Inland Navigation Technology. Vicksburg, MS, USA; 2009.
Gonin I, Johnson G, Shalaev R, Tetreault B, Alexander L. USCG Development, Test and Evaluation of AIS Binary Messages for Enhanced VTS Operations. Institute of Navigation. Anaheim, CA, USA; 2009.
Alexander L, Schwehr K. Concept: IALA AIS Binary Messages Web Site for Message Catalog and Register. International Association of Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA-AISM). Key West, FL, USA; 2009.
McGillivary PA, Schwehr K, Fall K. Enhancing AIS to Improve Whale-Ship Collision Avoidance and Maritime Security. IEEE Oceans. Biloxi, MS, USA; 2009.
Plumlee MD, Schwehr K, Alexander L, Sullivan BM, Ware C. GeoCoastPilot: A Better Way of Organizing and Displaying Information in Support of Port Familiarization. IEEE Oceans. Biloxi, MS, USA; 2009. PDF icon Plumlee_09_Oceans_GeoCoastPilot_a_better_way_of_organizing_info_support_port_familiarization.pdf (1.75 MB)
2010
Alexander L, Schwehr K. Establishing an IALA AIS Binary Message Register: Recommended Process. International Association of Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA-AISM). Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa; 2010. p. 108-115.