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Chart of the Future
K. Schwehr, Sullivan, B. M., and Gardner, J. V., Google Earth Visualizations: Preview and Delivery of Hydrographic and Other Marine Datasets, U.S. Hydrographic Conference (US HYDRO). Norfolk, VA, USA, pp. 0-0, 2007.PDF icon Schwehr_2007_USHYDRO_Google_Earth_Visualizations.pdf (62.86 KB)
K. Schwehr and Alexander, L., Proposed AIS Binary Message Format Using XML for Providing Hydrographic-related Information, U.S. Hydrographic Conference (US HYDRO). Norfolk, VA, USA, 2007.
L. Alexander, e-Navigation, ECDIS and MIOs: At Present and in the Future, eNavigation Conference. Seattle, WA, USA, 2008.
K. Schwehr, Plumlee, M. D., Sullivan, B. M., and Ware, C., GeoCoastPilot - Linking the Coast Pilot with Geo-referenced Imagery & Chart Information, Shallow Water Survey Conference (SWS). Durham, NH, USA, 2008.PDF icon Schwehr_08_SNPWG_GeoCoastPilot.pdf (973.38 KB)
M. D. Plumlee, Schwehr, K., Alexander, L., Sullivan, B. M., and 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)
I. Gonin, Johnson, G., Shalaev, R., Tetreault, B., and Alexander, L., USCG Development, Test and Evaluation of AIS Binary Messages for Enhanced VTS Operations, Institute of Navigation. Anaheim, CA, USA, 2009.
P. A. McGillivary, Schwehr, K., and Fall, K., Enhancing AIS to Improve Whale-Ship Collision Avoidance and Maritime Security, IEEE Oceans. Biloxi, MS, USA, 2009.
L. Alexander and 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, pp. 108-115, 2010.
M. Wilson, Miller, J. J., Self Miller, V., Mortimer, K., and Wyllie, K., Improved Raster Navigation Products From High Resolution Source Data, U.S. Hydrographic Conference (US HYDRO). Tampa, FL, USA, 2011.PDF icon Wilson_2011_USHYDRO_port_of_norfolk_project.pdf (7.43 MB)
K. Schwehr, Google's Spatial Tools in the Marine Environment - Decision Support, Google Tech Talk. San Francisco, CA, USA, 2008.
M. Jacobi, Braswell, R., Merten, A. A., Kinner, N. E., and 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.
K. Schwehr and Alexander, L., Right Whale AIS Project (RAP): Acoustic Detections in the Boston Approaches, Inland Navigation Technology. Vicksburg, MS, USA, 2009.
L. Alexander and 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.
K. Schwehr, Brennan, R. T., Sellars, J., and Smith, S. M., Discovery of Marine Datasets and Geospatial Metadata Visualization, American Geophysical Union (AGU). San Francisco, CA, USA, 2009.
D. N. Wiley, Brown, M. W., Clark, C., Hatch, L., Johnson, L., Koyama, K., Merrick, R., Schwehr, K., Siber, G., Tetreault, B., and Thompson, M. A., 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.
C. Azuike, Pe'eri, S., Alexander, L., Parrish, C. E., and Armstrong, A. A., Development of a Geo-spatial Analysis Methodology for Assessing the Adequacy of Hydrographic Surveying and Nautical Charts, 2012 Canadian Hydrographic Conference. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, 2012.
S. Pe'eri, Azuike, C., Alexander, L., Parrish, C. E., and Armstrong, A. A., Beyond the Chart: The use of Satellite Remote Sensing for Assessing the Adequacy and Completeness Information, 2012 Canadian Hydrographic Conference. Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, 2012.