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A Research Agenda for Geographic Information Science at the United States Geological Survey
Integration of Raster and Vector Data to Meet Management Needs atMultiple Scales
PI—Thomas J. Stohlgren; Co-PIs—Zhi-Liang Zhu, Catherine Jarnevich; Collaborators—Tracy R. Davern, Robert K. Peet (University of North Carolina), James F. Quinn (University of California-Davis), James J. Graham (Colorado State University), Gregory J. Newman (Colorado State University), Kathryn Thomas ($150,000)
Mapping Inundation at USGS Stream Gage Sites: A Proof of Concept Investigation
PI—James P. Verdin; Co-PIs—Kwabena O. Asante (Science Applications International Corporation [SAIC]), Jerad Bales; Collaborators—Jodie Smith (SAIC), Kristine Verdin (SAIC), Silvia Terziotti ($150,000)
GEOLEM: Improving the Integration of Geographic Information inEnvironmental Modeling through Semantic Interoperability
PI—Roland Viger; Barbara Buttenfield (University of Colorado); Co-PIs—Olaf David (Colorado State University/U.S. Department of Agriculture), Charles O’Hara (Mississippi State University); Collaborators––Frank Geter (Natural Resources Conservation Service), Jeff Hamerlinck (University of Wyoming ($150,000).