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Healy
L. A. Mayer, U.S. Law of the Sea Cruise to Map the Foot of the Slope and 2500-m Isobath of the U.S. Arctic Ocean Margin, Barrow to Barrow. Cruise Report, University of New Hampshire (UNH), Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping (CCOM)/Joint Hydrographic Center (JHC), 2003. Mayer_03_cruise_report_HE-0302.pdf (1.5 MB)
L. A. Mayer and Armstrong, A. A., U.S. Law of the Sea Cruise to Map and Sample the US Arctic Ocean Margin, University of New Hampshire (UNH), Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping (CCOM)/Joint Hydrographic Center (JHC), 2012. HEALY1202_FINAL_CRUISE REPORT.pdf (9.31 MB)
huddler
G. Masetti and Calder, Brian R., Huddl: A description model and a multi-language driver compiler for hydrographic data formats, International Hydrographic Review. International Hydrographic Bureau, Monaco, Monaco Cedex, Monaco, Submitted.
Calder, Brian R. and Masetti, G., Huddler: a multi-language compiler for automatically generated format-specific data drivers, U.S. Hydrographic Conference (US HYDRO) 2015. Gaylord Hotel, National Harbor, Maryland, USA, 2015. Calder_Masetti_Huddler_a_multi-language_compiler_for_automatically_generated_format-specific_data_drivers.pdf (197.28 KB)
Hush
G. Masetti and Calder, Brian R., Huddl: A description model and a multi-language driver compiler for hydrographic data formats, International Hydrographic Review. International Hydrographic Bureau, Monaco, Monaco Cedex, Monaco, Submitted.
Hydrographic Data Processing
B. Lamey, Riley, J., Froelich, G., Miller, J., and Calder, Brian R., Variable Resolution Bathymetric-Gridding Technology for Nautical Charting: Case Study CHRT Data, U.S. Hydrographic Conference (US HYDRO). The Hydrographic Society of America, New Orleans, LA, USA, 2013.
Hydrographic Uncertainty
Calder, Brian R., Use (and Potential Abuse) of Uncertainty in Hydrography, 6th International Conference on High-Resolution Survey in Shallow Water. Wellington, New Zealand, 2012.