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Curriculum Vitae

 Academic Record | Academic Awards & Scholarships | Teaching Experience |
Courses Taught at CWU | Research Interests | Research Experience | Research Grants/Contracts & Projects | Publications & Presentations | Service Activities at CWU | Service Activities at UW-Oshkosh | Graduate Committees

ACADEMIC RECORD

  • Doctorate (Geography): September, 1989 - November, 1993
    Department of Geography, University of Guelph, Ontario
    Thesis Title: Conceptualizing Environmental Stress: A Sandy Barrier Model
    and Policy Implications
  • Master of Science (Geography and Regional Planning): September, 1985 - August, 1988
    Geography and Regional Planning, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA.
    Thesis Title: An Evaluation of Coastal Hazard Management Programs in the Puget Sound Lowland
  • Bachelor of Arts (Geography and History): September, 1981 - April, 1985
    Departments of Geography and History, Trinity Western University, Langley, B.C.

ACADEMIC AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

  • 2012 CWU College of the Sciences Performance Adjustment Award for Exceptional Performance
  • 2012 CWU Distinguished Faculty of Research/Artistic Accomplishment Award
  • 2011 CWU Graduate Research Mentor of the Year
  • 2009 CWU University and College of the Sciences Performance Adjustment Awards for Exceptional Performance
  • 2007 CWU College of the Sciences Performance Adjustment Award for Exceptional Performance
  • 2003 Most Inspirational Educator Award, CWU Center for Excellence in Leadership
  • 1992 University of Guelph Graduate Fellowship
  • 1991 University of Guelph Graduate Fellowship
  • 1990 Ontario Graduate Scholarship
  • International Association for Great Lakes Research Scholarship
  • Canadian Water Resources Association Award
  • 1989 University of Guelph Graduate Scholarship
  • 1985 Trinity Western University Scholarship
  • Special Award for High Honours at Trinity Western University

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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Professor, Department of Geography and Land Studies, Central Washington University
    400 E. University Way., Ellensburg, WA 98926-7420 (09/06 -present)
  • Associate Professor, Department of Geography and Land Studies, Central Washington University
    400 E. University Way., Ellensburg, WA 98926-7420 (09/02 -08/06)
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and Land Studies, Central Washington University
    400 E. University Way, Ellensburg, WA 98926-7420 (09/00 - 08/02)
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
    800 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh, WI 54901-8642 (09/95 - 08/00)
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Center for Geography and Environmental Social Sciences, Huxley College
    Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA (09/93 - 08/95)
  • Sessional Instructor Positions
    • Quantitative Methods in Geography, Principles of Cartography and Map Interpretation
      Department of Geography, Trinity Western University, Langley, B.C. (09/94 - 05/95)
    • Physical Environment: Pattern and Process (09/92 - 12/92) Statistical Analysis in Geography (01/91 - 04/92)
      Department of Geography, University of Guelph, Ontario
    • Quantitative Methods in Geography, Principles of Cartography and Map Interpretation
      Department of Geography, Trinity Western University, Langley, B.C. (09/88 - 05/89)
  • Teaching Assistantships
  • Physical Geography, Biophysical Processes and Statistical Analysis, Department of Geography, University of Guelph, Ontario (09/89 - 04/93)
  • Physical and Human Geography, Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Western Washington University
    Bellingham, WA (09/86 - 06/87)
  • Introduction to Physical Geography, Department of Geography, Trinity Western University, Langley, B.C. (09/84 - 04/85)

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COURSES TAUGHT AT CWU

  • Geog 107 Introduction to Physical Geography
  • Geog 203 Introduction to Maps and Cartography
  • Geog 310 Introduction to Landscape Analysis
  • Geog 382/482 Hydrology
  • Geog 389 Ecosystem Geography
  • Geog 409 Quantitative Methods/ Geography
  • Geog 448 Resource & Environmental Analysis
  • Geog 449 Environmental Hazard Analysis/Mgt
  • Geog 452 Coastal Environments
  • Geog 453 Riparian and Wetland Analysis
  • Bisc 474 Biogeography
  • Enst 302 Ecosystems, Resources, and Culture
  • Enst 444 Environmental Policy Formulation
  • Rem 502 Policy & Law in Resource Mgt
  • Rem 505 Introduction to Graduate Research
  • Rem 522 Resource Analysis

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • resource evaluation, management, and policy evaluation
  • modelling of ecological-human systems
  • use of environmental information for conservation, planning, and environmental assessment
  • study of coastal, lake, watershed and wetland systems

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RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

Research Consultant

  • Classification, Characterization, and Monitoring of Ecological Restoration Projects within the Yakima River Basin Floodplain, Washington. For: Yakama Nation (06/06-04/14)
  • Shoreline Habitat Characterization/Analysis for the Banks Lake Fishery Evaluation Project (Phase 2) For: Washington Department of Ecology (09/08-12/09)
  • Restoration of the Wapato Floodplain: A Template for the Preservation, Restoration, and Monitoring of Critical Habitat within the Wapato Floodplain of the Yakima River Basin , Washington . For: Yakama Indian Nation (03/03-03/06)
  • City of Medical Lake Shoreline Master Program Update. For: City of Medical Lake/Washington Department of Ecology (02/04-08/05)
  • City of Chewelah Shoreline Master Program Update. For: Town of Chewelah/Washington Department of Ecology (02/04-08/05)
  • Town of Cusick Shoreline Master Program Update. For: Town of Cusick/Washington Department of Ecology (02/04-08/05)
  • City of Moses Lake Shoreline Master Program Update. For: City of Moses Lake/Washington Department of Ecology ( 02/04-08/05)
  • Yakima County Assistance for Shoreline Characterization and SMP Update. For: Yakima County ( 11/03-09/04)
  • Curriculum Development: Using and Interpreting Data for SMP Shoreline Characterizations. For: Washington Department of Ecology (11/03-07/04)
  • Yakima County Shoreline Characterization and Restoration. For: Washington Department of Ecology (07/03-08/05)
  • Providing Guidance for Local Planners-An Internet Decision Support System for Lake Shoreline Assessments. For: Washington Department of Ecology (05/03-05/04)
  • Shoreline Habitat Characterization and Analysis for the Banks Lake Fishery Evaluation Project. For: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (05/03-12/03)
  • Shoreline Habitat Characterization and Analysis for the Moses Lake Project. For: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (05/03-12/03)
  • Developing Patient and Template Analogues for the Yakima River Ecosystem Diagnostic and Treatment (EDT) Model. For: Yakama Indian Nation (06/03-03/04)
  • Restoration of the Wapato Floodplain: A Template for the Preservation, Restoration, and Monitoring of Critical Habitat within the Wapato Floodplain of the Yakima River Basin, Washington. For: Yakama Indian Nation (03/03-03/04)
  • Application of Geomorphic Reaches and Variables to the Yakima River Ecosystems Diagnostic and Treatment (EDT) Model. For: Yakama Indian Nation (07/02-07/03)
  • Habitat Evaluation of a Large-Scale Shoreline Protection and Restoration Project, Lake Poygan, Wisconsin. For: U.S. Corps of Engineers (07/01 - 01/02).
  • Nearshore Effects of Shoreline Protection and Offshore Structures on Aquatic Habitat in the Winnebago Pool Lakes. For: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (07/99 - 07/02)
  • Assessment of Stress-Response to Water Level Fluctuations in Common Reed Stands, Lake Butte des Morts and Lake Winneconne, Wisconsin. For: Butte des Morts Conservation Club (06/00 - 09/01)
  • The Application of Resource Survey Methods, GIS, and Integrated Multimedia Approach to Sensitive Shoreline Designation on the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. For: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (07/99 - 09/01)
  • Assessment of Vegetation/Habitat for the Terrell's Island Restoration Project/Management Plan. For: Butte des Morts Conservation Club (05/99 - 09/00)
  • Assessment of Stress-Response and Ecosystem Function in Common Reed Stands and Possible Restoration/Mitigation, Lake Poygan, Wisconsin. For: Lake Poygan Sportsman's Club, Larsen, Wisconsin (05/97 - 09/00)
  • Application of Cumulative Impact Assessment to Analyze Patterns of Seawall Construction and Coastal Erosion on the Puget Sound. For: Washington State Department of Ecology (07/98 - 11/98)
  • Assessment of Shoreline Property Owners in Winnebago County, WI For: Winnebago County Land and Water Conservation Department (06/98 - 09/98)
  • Erosion and Accretion Trends Along the Lake Michigan Shore Between Kenosha, Wisconsin and the Illinois-Wisconsin Border. For: Illinois State Geological Survey, Champaign, Illinois (08/97 - 08/98)
  • Institutional Analysis of Great Lakes' Water Resource Agencies. For: The Water Network, Department of Environmental Studies, University of Waterloo Waterloo, Ontario (01/92 - 04/92)
  • Assessment of Great Lakes' Flood Damage Thresholds. For: Environment Canada, Burlington, Ontario (01/92 - 03/92)
  • Review of Ontario Drought Hazards. For: Ministry of Natural Resources, Conservation Authorities and Water Management Branch, Toronto, Ontario (01/90 - 03/90)


Research Assistant

  • Review of Studies of Human Sensitivity to Climatic Change in Coastal Research. For: Land Evaluation Group, Department of Geography, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario (06/91 - 08/91)
  • Assessment of Shore Hazard Management In Ontario. For: Reid Kreutzwiser, Department of Geography, University of Guelph (05/90 - 08/93)
  • History of Flood Damage in Ontario. For: Water Network, Department of Environmental Studies, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario (05/90 - 10/90)
  • Hydrographer Canadian Hydrographic Service, Fisheries and Oceans, Burlington, Ontario. Reference: Paul Davies (05/89 - 09/89)
  • Research Assistant/Cartographer Centennial Atlas of Washington. For: Dr. Jim Scott, Department of Geography and Regional Planning, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA (01/86 - 06/86)

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RESEARCH GRANTS/CONTRACTS AND PROJECTS

Funded

  • Principal Investigator: Washington State Eel Grass Monitoring Protocol.
    Washington Department of Natural Resources Contract.  Amount: $222,000
    Dates of Project: 7/13-6/15   Undergraduate and Graduate Students Funded: 4
  • Principal Investigator: Monitoring of Yakama Nation Riparian Restoration Sites (Phases 4-5).
    Yakama Nation Research Contract.   Amount: $60,000
    Dates of Project: 6/12-3/14   Students Funded: 4
  • Principal Investigator: Ecosystem Processes Characterization for Kittitas County SMP Update.
    Kittitas County Contract (through ESA Consultants). Amount: $25,000
    Dates of Project: 2/12-6/12 Graduate Students Funded: 1
  • Co-Principal Investigator: Wapato Reach Assessment
    Yakama Nation Research Contract (through ICF Jones and Stokes, Inc.).
    CWU co-investigators include C. Arango. Amount: $3,695
    Dates of Project: 10/11-3/12
  • Principal Investigator: Lake and Marine Aquatic Monitoring Protocol (Phases 1 and 2).
    Washington Department of Natural Resources Contract. Amount: $99,000
    Dates of Project: 5/11-6/12 Undergraduate and Graduate Students Funded: 4
  • Principal Investigator: Monitoring of Yakama Nation Riparian Restoration Sites (Phase 3).
    Yakama Nation Research Contract. Amount: $60,000
    Dates of Project: 5/10-3/12 Undergraduate and Graduate Students Funded: 4
  • Principal Investigator: Monitoring of Yakama Nation Riparian Restoration Sites (Phase 2).
    Yakama Nation Research Contract. Amount: $30,000
    Dates of Project: 5/10-3/11 Graduate Students Funded: 2
  • Co-Project Director: Geographic Information Systems Project. Center for Spatial Information.
    USDA Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service Special Project Grant.
    (submitted with National Consortium for Rural Spatial Innovations in America).
    Amount: $129,000 Dates of Project: 8/10-7/11
  • Project Director: WA-Trans GIS Transportation Framework Data Integration Research
    Washington Department of Transportation Research Contract. Amount: $21,458
    Dates of Project: 3/10-5/10 Students/Staff Funded: 4
  • Co-Project Director and Principal Investigator: Geographic Information Systems Project. Center for Spatial Information.
    USDA Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service Special Project Grant.
    (submitted with National Consortium for Rural Spatial Innovations in America)
    Amount: $129,000
    Dates of Project: 8/09-7/10
  • Principal Investigator: Shoreline Habitat Characterization and Analysis for the Banks Lake Fishery Evaluation Project (Phase 2). Washington Department of Ecology Research Contract. Amount: $44,000.
    Dates of Project: 9/08-12/09. Students Funded: 2
  • Principal Investigator: Monitoring of Yakama Nation Riparian Restoration Sites. Yakama Nation Research Contract. Amount: $30,000.
    Dates of Project: 6/08-3/09. Graduate Students Funded: 2
  • Co-Project Director: Geographic Information Systems Project. Center for Spatial Information.
    USDA Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service Special Project Grant.
    (submitted with National Consortium for Rural Spatial Innovations in America). Amount: $140,000.
    Dates of Project: 8/08-7/09. Graduate Students Funded: 1
  • Project Director: WA-Trans GIS Project (Phases 1-3).
    Washington Department of Transportation Research Contract. Amount: $206,800.
    Dates of Project: 10/07-9/08 Students/Staff Funded: 5
  • Principal Investigator : Classification and Characterization of Ecological
    Restoration Projects within the Yakima River Basin Floodplain, Washington.
    Yakama Indian Nation Research Contract .   Amount: $30,000
    Dates of Project: 6/06-3/07.  Graduate Students Funded : 2
  • Co-Project Director : Geographic Information Systems Project.
    Center for Spatial Information. USDA Cooperative State Research, Education
    and Extension Service Special Project Grant. (submitted with National Consortium for Rural
    Geospatial Innovations in America ) Amount: $185,000
    Dates of Project: 8/06-7/07. Graduate Students Funded : 1
  • Co-Project Director : Geographic Information Systems Project.
    Center for Spatial Information. USDA Cooperative State Research, Education and
    Extension Service Special Project Grant. (submitted with National Consortium for Rural
    Geospatial Innovations in America) Amount: $175,000
    Dates of Project: 8/05-7/06. Graduate Students Funded : 2
  • Principal Investigator: Restoration of the Wapato Floodplain: A Template for the Preservation,
    Restoration, and Monitoring of Critical Habitat within the Wapato Floodplain of the Yakima River Basin,
    Washington (Phases 2 and 3). Yakama Indian Nation Research
    Contract. Amount: $60,000
    (submitted with Eric Snyder, Principal Investigator)
    Dates of Project: 6/04-3/06. Graduate Students Funded: 2
  • Principal Investigator: City of Medical Lake Shoreline Master Program Update
    City of Medical Lake/Washington Department of Ecology. Amount: $21,700.
    (submitted with Studio Cascade)
    Dates of Project: 02/04-08/05. Graduate Students Funded: 2
  • Principal Investigator: City of Chewelah Shoreline Master Program Update
    Town of Chewelah/Washington Department of Ecology. Amount: $13,100.
    (submitted with Studio Cascade)
    Dates of Project: 02/04-08/05. Graduate Students Funded: 1
  • Principal Investigator: Town of Cusick Shoreline Master Program Update
    Town of Cusick/Washington Department of Ecology. Amount: $13,100.
    (submitted with Studio Cascade)
    Dates of Project: 02/04-08/05. Graduate Students Funded: 1
  • Principal Investigator: City of Moses Lake Shoreline Master Program Update
    Washington Department of Ecology. Amount: $39,000.
    (written for and submitted with Anne Henning, Moses Lake Associate Planner)
    Dates of Project: 02/04-08/05. Graduate Students Funded: 3
  • Principal Investigator: Curriculum Development: Using and Interpreting Data for SMP Shoreline Characterizations
    Washington Department of Ecology. Amount: $11,700.
    Dates of Project: 11/03-07/04. Students Funded: 2
  • Principal Investigator: Yakima County Assistance for Shoreline Characterization and SMP Update
    Yakima County. Amount: $53,000.
    Dates of Project: 11/03-09/04. Students Funded: 6
  • Principal Investigator: Yakima County Shoreline Characterization and SMP Update
    Washington Department of Ecology. Amount: $35,000.
    Dates of Project: 07/03-08/05. Graduate Students Funded: 2
    Principal Investigator: Yakima County Shoreline Characterization and Restoration
  • Washington Department of Ecology. Amount: $35,000.
    Dates of Project: 07/03-07/05 Graduate Students Funded: 2
  • Principal Investigator: Providing Guidance for Local Planners-An Internet Decision Support System for Lake Shoreline Assessments
    Washington Department of Ecology. Amount: $50,000.
    Dates of Project: 05/03-05/04 Graduate Students Funded: 2
  • Principal Investigator: Shoreline Habitat Characterization and Analysis for the Banks Lake Fishery Evaluation Project
    Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Amount: $25,000.
    Dates of Project: 05/03-12/03 Summer Students Funded: 2
  • Principal Investigator: Shoreline Habitat Characterization and Analysis for the Moses Lake Project
    Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Amount: $14,300.
    Dates of Project: 05/03-12/03 Summer Students Funded: 2
  • Principal Investigator: Developing Patient and Template Analogues for the Yakima River Ecosystem Diagnostic and Treatment (EDT) Model
    Yakama Indian Nation Research Contract. Amount: $97,000.
    (submitted with Morris Uebelacker and Doug Eitemiller).
    Dates of Project: 06/03-03/04 Graduate Students Funded: 2
  • Principal Co-Investigator: Restoration of the Wapato Floodplain: A Template for the Preservation, Restoration, and Monitoring of Critical Habitat within the Wapato Floodplain of the Yakima River Basin, Washington.
    Yakama Indian Nation Research Contract. Amount: $30,000
    (submitted with Eric Snyder and Doug Eitemiller, Principal Investigators)
    Dates of Project: 6/03-3/04
  • Principal Investigator: Perception of Wetland Values and Management of Mid-water Stands of Common Reed in the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin.
    CWU College of the Sciences Research Grant Amount: $3,000.
    Dates of Project: 06/03 - 09/03.
  • Principal Investigator: Ecological Effects of Shore Protection Structures, Upper Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin.
    Central Washington University Research Leave. Amount: $24,600.
    Dates of Project: 03/03 - 06/03.
  • Senior Investigator: Application of Geomorphic Reaches and Variables to the Yakima Ecosystem Diagnostic and Treatment (EDT) Model
    Yakima Indian Nation Research Contract. Amount: $100,000.
    (submitted by Yakima Reaches Project: Doug Eitemiller and Morris Uebelacker).
    Dates of Project: 08/02-07/03
  • Senior Investigator: Microbial Observatory at Soap Lake: Biochemistry, Microbial Diversity, and Productivity of Anaerobic Haloalkaliphilic Communities.
    National Science Foundation Grant. Amount: $825,000.
    (submitted with Pinkart, H.C., M.R. Mormille, B.M. Peyton, L.R. Bodensteiner, M.C. Storrie-Lombardi, and D.R. Hosford).
    Dates of Project: 07/02-07/05 Graduate Students Funded: 1
  • Principal Investigator: Evaluation of a Large-Scale Shoreline Protection and Restoration Project, Lake Poygan, Wisconsin.
    U.S. Corps of Engineers Research Contract. Amount: $43,800.
    (submitted with L. Bodensteiner)
    Dates of Project: 07/01 - 01/02. Summer Students Funded: 3
  • Principal Investigator: Assessment of Stress-Response to Water Level Fluctuations in Common Reed Stands, Lake Butte des Morts and Lake Winneconne, Wisconsin
    Wisconsin DNR Lake Planning Grant Amount: $12,000
    (authored for Butte des Morts Conservation Club)
    Dates of Project: 06/00 - 05/01 Summer Students Funded: 3
  • Principal Investigator: The Application of Resource Survey Methods, GIS, and Integrated Multimedia Approach to Sensitive Shoreline Designation on the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin
    Wisconsin DNR Shallow Lakes Funding Program Grant Amount: $58,000
    (submitted with L. Bodensteiner)
    Dates of Project: 07/99 - 07/01 Summer Students Funded: 4
  • Principal Investigator: Nearshore Effects of Shoreline Protection on Aquatic Habitat in the Winnebago Pool Lakes
    Wisconsin DNR Shallow Lakes Funding Program Grant Amount: $45,000
    (submitted with L. Bodensteiner)
    Dates of Project: 07/99 - 09/02 Summer Students Funded: 5
  • Principal Investigator: Assessment and Inventory of Vegetation and Habitat for the Terrell's Island Restoration Project and Management Plan
    Wisconsin DNR Lake Planning Grant Amount: $13,000
    (co-authored with S. Hu for Butte des Morts Conservation Club)
    Dates of Project: 05/99 - 09/00 Summer Students Funded: 2
  • Principal Investigator: Restoration and Ecosystem Function of Common Reed Stands in Lake Poygan, Wisconsin
    Wisconsin DNR Lake Protection Grant Amount: $22,000
    (co-authored with L. Bodensteiner for Lake Poygan Sportsman's Club)
    Dates of Project: 05/99 - 09/00 Summer Students Funded: 5
  • Principal Investigator: Assessment of Shoreline Property Owners in Winnebago County, WI
    Winnebago County Water Quality Improvement Program Research Grant
    Dates of Project: 06/98 - 9/98 Amount: $3,600
  • Principal Investigator: Application of Cumulative Impact Assessment to Analyze Patterns of Seawall Construction and Coastal Erosion
    UW-Oshkosh Faculty Development Research Grant Amount: $5,900
    Washington State Department of Ecology Amount: $2,000
    Dates of Project: 06/98 - 02/99 Summer Students Funded: 1
  • Principal Investigator: Dynamics and Evolution of the Zion Beach-Ridge Plain, Wisconsin
    Illinois DNR Research Contract Amount: $12,000
    Dates of Project: 08/97 - 08/98 Summer Students Funded: 2
  • Principal Investigator: Assessment of Stress-Response to Water Level Fluctuations in Common Reed Stands, Lake Poygan, Wisconsin
    UW-Oshkosh Faculty Development Research Grant Amount: $2,600
    Wisconsin DNR Lake Planning Grant Amount: $13,000
    (co-authored with L. Bodensteiner for Lake Poygan Sportsman's Club)
    Dates of Project: 05/97 - 03/98 Summer Students Funded: 2
  • Principal Investigator: Assessment of Shoreline Hazards, Human Perception, and Adjustment on Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin
    UW-Oshkosh Faculty Development Research Grant Amount: $4,500
    UW-Extension Research Grant Amount: $1,000
    Dates of Project: 05/97 - 03/98 Students Funded: 1
  • Principal Researcher: Managing for Sustainable Development and Use of the Long Point Sandy Barrier
    Laidlaw Foundation Research Grant (proposal co-authored with and submitted by Reid Kreutzwiser)
    Dates of Project: 06/92 - 02/93 Amount: $9,000
  • Principal Investigator: Ecological-Human Modelling and Environmental Assessment: A Long Point, Lake Erie, Case Study and Policy Evaluation
    Canadian Environmental Assessment Research Council Graduate Research Contract
    Dates of Project: 06/92 - 02/93 Amount: $5,000
  • Student-Faculty Collaborative Research Grants - UW-Oshkosh Faculty Development Program
  • Schaeve, M, and A. Gabriel. 2000. Nearshore Ecological Effects of Shore Protection, Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin.
  • Lancaster, C., A. Gabriel, and S. Hu. 1999. Assessment and Inventory of Vegetation and Habitat for the Terrell's Island Restoration Project and Management Plan.
  • Lancaster, C., and A. Gabriel. 1998. Assessment of Lake Issues and Management in Wisconsin.
  • Townsend, K., and A. Gabriel. 1998. An Economic and Environmental Policy Assessment of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal Restoration Project.

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PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

Refereed Journals

  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2012. Impacts of riprap on wetland shorelines, Upper Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. Wetlands 32 (1), pp. 105-117.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2011. Ecosystem functions of mid-lake stands of common reed in Lake Poygan, Wisconsin. Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 26 (2), pp. 217-229.
  • Kallis, J., L. Bodensteiner, and A. Gabriel. 2010. Hydrologic controls and freshening in meromictic Soap Lake, Washington, 1939-2002. Journal of American Water Resources Association, 46(4), pp. 744-756.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2009. Cumulative effects of gravel mining and barging operations, Jackson/Lafarge Beach, Washington, 1960-2003. Shore & Beach, 77 (1), pp. 9-18.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and T.A. Terich. 2005. Cumulative patterns and controls of seawall construction, Thurston County, Washington. Journal of Coastal Research, 21 (3), pp. 430-440.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 2004. Impacts, perceptions and management of shoreline hazards and water levels in a fluctuating reservoir: a case study of the Winnebago System, Wisconsin. Lakes and Reservoir Management, 20 (3), pp. 197-210.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and C. Lancaster. 2004. Management issues, characteristics and effectiveness of lake associations and districts in Wisconsin. Lake and Reservoir Management , 20 (1), pp. 27-38.
  • Bodensteiner, L.R., and A.O. Gabriel. 2003. Response of mid-water common reed stands to water level changes and winter conditions in Lake Poygan, Wisconsin. Aquatic Botany, 76 (1), pp. 49-64.
  • Hu, S., A. Gabriel and L. Bodensteiner. 2003. Inventory and characterization of wetland habitat on the Winnebago Upper Pool Lakes, Wisconsin: an integrated multimedia approach. Wetlands, 23 (1), pp. 82-94.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2002. Historical changes in mid-water stands of common reed in the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 17 (4), pp. 563-573.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and R.D. Kreutzwiser. 2000. Conceptualizing environmental stress: a stress-response model of coastal sandy barriers. Environmental Management, 25 (1), pp. 53-69.
  • Hu, S., A. Gabriel and C. Lancaster. 2000. An integrated multimedia approach for wetland management and planning for Terrell's Island, Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Geographer 16: 34-44.
  • Kreutzwiser, R.D., and A.O. Gabriel. 2000. Managing environmental stress: an evaluation of environmental management of the Long Point, Lake Erie, sandy barrier. Environmental Management, 25 (1), pp. 71-85.
  • Gabriel, A.O., R.D. Kreutzwiser, and C.J. Stewart. 1997. Great Lakes flood thresholds and impacts. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 23 (3), pp. 286-296.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and R.D. Kreutzwiser. 1993. Drought hazard in Ontario -- a review of impacts, 1960-1989, and management implications. Canadian Water Resources Journal, 18 (2), pp. 117-132.
  • Kreutzwiser, R.D., and A.O. Gabriel. 1992. Ontario's Great Lakes flood history. Journal of Great Lakes Research, 18 (1), pp. 194-198.
  • Gabriel, A.O., J. Ollerhead, H. Spaling, and B. Smit. 1991. Spatial perspectives on human implications of global climatic change. The Operational Geographer, 9 (3), pp. 18-24.

Other Journals and Publications

  • Donoghue, C., A. Gabriel, and T. Gates. 2006a. Preparing shoreline characterizations for SMP updates. Coastal Training Program Curriculum, January 26, 2006, Breazeale Interpretative Center, Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, WA.
  • Donoghue, C., A. Gabriel, and T. Gates. 2006b. Preparing shoreline characterizations for SMP updates. Coastal Training Program Curriculum, February 24, 2006, Munson Retreat Center, Central Washington University, WA.
  • Gabriel, A.O., D. Parrish, C. Donoghue, and T.Gates. 2004. Decision support system for lake shoreline assessments. Washington Department of Ecology Multimedia CD-ROM, Lacey, WA.
  • De Beukelaer, S., C. Donoghue, T. Gates, and A. Gabriel. 2004. Using and interpreting data for SMP shoreline characterizations. Coastal Training Program Curriculum, July 8 and 15, 2004, Ecology Headquarters, Lacey, WA.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and T.A. Terich. 1999. Spatial patterns and controls of shoreline protection in Thurston County, Washington. Proceedings of the 1999 Canadian Coastal Conference, May 19-22, 1999, Royal Roads University, Victoria, B.C. Ottawa: Canadian Coastal Science and Engineering Association. pp. 121-135.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and A. Techlow. 1997. Lake Winnebago System, Wisconsin: Great Lakes' management issues on a mesoscale lake. Proceedings of the 1997 Canadian Coastal Conference '97, May 21-24, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario. Guelph: Canadian Coastal Science and Engineering Association. pp. 384-389.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and T.A. Terich. 1996. Cumulative environmental change: a coastal context. Seeking Balance: Conflict, Resolution & Partnership. Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Conference of The Coastal Society. July 14-17, 1996. Seattle, Washington. Alexandria, VA: The Coastal Society. pp. 455-461.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and R.D. Kreutzwiser. 1993. An ecological model of Long Point, Lake Erie: implications for sustainable environmental management. Proceedings of the 1993 Canadian Coastal Conference, May 5-7, 1993, Vancouver B.C. Ottawa: Coastal Engineering Program, National Research Council. pp. 287-301.
  • Kreutzwiser, R.D., and A.O. Gabriel. 1993. Managing for Sustainable Development and Use of the Long Point Sandy Barrier. A Report to the Laidlaw Foundation. Guelph, Ontario: Department of Geography, University of Guelph. 69 pp.
  • Kreutzwiser, R.D., A. O. Gabriel, and J. Slaats. 1993. An assessment of the ability of Great Lakes institutions to implement shore management measures. Proceedings of the 1993 Canadian Coastal Conference, May 5-7, 1993, Vancouver B.C. Ottawa: Coastal Engineering Program, National Research Council. pp. 763-778.
  • Kreutzwiser, R.D., and A.O. Gabriel. 1991. Management of Great Lakes' sandy barriers -- the conceptual challenges. Coastal Zone 91: Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on Coastal and Ocean Management. Vol. 3. New York: American Society of Civil Engineers. pp. 2837-2850.
  • Terich, T.A., and A.O. Gabriel. 1987. The effect of erosion upon coastal property values. Coastal Zone 87: Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Coastal and Ocean Management. Vol. 2. New York: American Society of Civil Engineers. pp. 2391-2401.
     

Government Reports

  • Cordner, D., and A.O. Gabriel. 2013. Monitoring of Yakama Nation Riparian Restoration Sites (Phase 4).  Final Report and Digital Map Portfolio. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 57 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and D. Cordner. 2012. Monitoring of Yakama Nation Riparian Restoration Sites (Phase 3).  Final Report and Digital Map Portfolio. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 59 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., J. Bowen, D. Cordner, and M. Pease. 2012. RGIS-Pacific Northwest Annual Report FY 2010. Submitted as part of Consortium for Rural Geospatial Innovations in America Annual Report FY 2010 to USDA. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 12 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., J. Gray and T. Wachholder. 2011. Monitoring of Yakama Nation Riparian Restoration Sites. Final Report and Digital Map Portfolio. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 28 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., J. Bowen, G. Brown and D. Cordner. 2010. RGIS-Pacific Northwest Annual Report FY 2009. Submitted as part of Consortium for Rural Geospatial Innovations in America Annual Report FY 2009 to USDA. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 12 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., D. Cordner, C. Donoghue, J. Lipton, and K. Lillquist. 2009. RGIS-Pacific Northwest Annual Report FY 2008. Submitted as part of Consortium for Rural Geospatial Innovations in America Annual Report FY 2008 to USDA. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 12 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and D. Cordner. 2009. Shoreline Habitat Characterization and Analysis for the Banks Lake Fishery Evaluation Project (Phase 2). Washington Department of Ecology Research Contract Report. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 120 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and B. Sainsbury. 2009. Monitoring of Yakama Nation Riparian Restoration Sites. Final Report and Digital Map Portfolio. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 38 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., D. Cordner, and B. Sainsbury 2008. Ecological Characterization of Yakama Nation Riparian Restoration Sites on the Wapato Floodplain of the Yakima River Basin, Washington. Phase 2. Final Report, Digital Map Portfolio, and Interactive Mapping System Website. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 14 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., D. Cordner, C. Donoghue, and C. McColl. 2007. RGIS-Pacific Northwest Annual Report FY 2006. Submitted as part of Consortium for Rural Geospatial Innovations in America Annual Report FY 2006 to USDA. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 34 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 2007. Ecological Characterization of Yakama Nation Riparian Restoration Sites on the Wapato Floodplain of the Yakima River Basin, Washington. Final Report and Digital Map Portfolio . Ellensburg: Central Washington University . 277 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and E.B. Snyder. 2006. Restoration of the Wapato Floodplain: A Template for the Preservation, Restoration, and Monitoring of Critical Habitat within the Wapato Floodplain of the Yakima River Basin , Washington . Annual Report . Ellensburg: Central Washington University . 35 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., C. McColl, and G. Aggett. 2006. RGIS-Pacific Northwest Annual Report FY 2005. Submitted as part of Consortium for Rural Geospatial Innovations in America Annual Report FY 2005 to USDA. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 34 pp.
  • Gabriel, A., and K. Lillquist. 2005. City of Chewelah Shoreline Characterization and Analysis. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 12. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 58 pp.
  • Gabriel, A., and K. Lillquist. 2005. City of Medical Lake Shoreline Characterization and Analysis. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 13. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 68 pp.
  • Gabriel, A. 2005. City of Moses Lake Shoreline Characterization and Analysis. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 14. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 223 pp.
  • Gabriel, A., and K. Lillquist. 2005. Town of Cusick Shoreline Characterization and Analysis. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 15. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 42 pp.
  • Gabriel, A., A. Sullivan, and M. Uebelacker. 2005. Yakima County Shoreline Characterization and Analysis. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 16. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 578 pp.
  • Gabriel, A., M. Uebelacker, A. Sullivan, P. Blanton, and L. Swan. 2005. Developing Patient and Template Analogues for the Yakima River Ecosystem Diagnostic and Treatment (EDT) Model. Draft Report. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 11. Ellensburg: Central Washington University.
  • Snyder, E.B., and A.O. Gabriel. 2005. Restoration of the Wapato Floodplain: A Template for the Preservation, Restoration, and Monitoring of Critical Habitat within the Wapato Floodplain of the Yakima River Basin, Washington. Annual Report. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 34 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O. and L. Jordan. 2004. Shoreline Habitat Characterization and Analysis for the Moses Lake Project. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Research Contract Report.Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 9. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 65 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., K. Lillquist, and L. Jordan. 2004. Shoreline Habitat Characterization and Analysis for the Banks Lake Fishery Evaluation Project. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Research Contract Report. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 10. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 61 pp.
  • Snyder, E.B., A.O. Gabriel, and D. Eitimiller. 2004. Restoration of the Wapato Floodplain: A Template for the Preservation, Restoration, and Monitoring of Critical Habitat within the Wapato Floodplain of the Yakima River Basin, Washington. Annual Report. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 64 pp.
  • Gabriel, A., D. Eitimiller, and P. Blanton. 2003. Protocols to Measure and Assess Select Geomorphic and Habitat Correlates for the Yakima Klickitat Fishery Project EDT Model. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 8. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 51 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2003. Nearshore Effects of Offshore Protection Structures on Aquatic Habitat in the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Shallow Lakes Program Report. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 7. Volumes 1 and 2. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 334 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2002. Lake Poygan Breakwall Feasibility Study, Lake Poygan, Wisconsin. U.S. Corps of Engineers Research Contract Report. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 6. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 116 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2002. Nearshore Effects of Shoreline Protection on Aquatic Habitat in the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Shallow Lakes Program Report. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 5. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 154 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 2001. Assessment of Stress-Response in Common Reed Stands in the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Lake Planning Grant Report. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 3. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 130 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., L. Bodensteiner, S. Hu, and C. Lancaster. 2001. Identification and Ecological Characterization of Sensitive Shorelines on the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Shallow Lakes Program Report. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 4 and Multimedia CD-ROM. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 52 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2000. Restoration and Ecosystem Functions of Common Reed Stands in Lake Poygan, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Lake Protection Grant Report. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 2. Ellensburg: Central Washington University. 122 pp.
  • Hu, S., A.O. Gabriel, and C. Lancaster. 2000. Assessment and Inventory of Vegetation and Habitat for the Terrell's Island Restoration Project and Management Plan. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Lake Planning Grant Report and Multimedia CD-ROM. Oshkosh: University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. 65 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1998. Application of Cumulative Impact Assessment to Analyze Patterns of Seawall Construction and Coastal Erosion. Washington State Department of Ecology Technical Contract Report. Oshkosh, WI: University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. 36 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1998. Assessment of Shoreline Hazards, Human Perception, and Adjustment in Winnebago County, Wisconsin. Winnebago County Water Quality Improvement Program Report. Oshkosh, WI: University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. 32 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1998. Assessment of Shoreline Hazards, Human Perception, and Adjustment on Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin. Report for Federal, State and Local Government Agencies on Lake Winnebago. Oshkosh, WI: University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. 30 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., B. Benninghoff, and C. Lancaster. 1998. Annotated Bibliography of Documents Relating to the Recession Rates of the Lake Michigan Shoreline from Kenosha, WI to the Wisconsin Illinois Stateline. Report to Illinois State Geological Survey. Oshkosh, WI: University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. 42 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 1998. Assessment of Stress-Response to Water Level Fluctuations in Common Reed Stands, Lake Poygan, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Lake Planning Grant Report. Geo-ecology Research Group Research Report 1. Oshkosh: University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. 40 pp.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1993. Ecological-Human Modelling and Environmental Assessment: A Long Point, Lake Erie, Case Study and Policy Evaluation. Graduate Student Research Contract Report. Ottawa: Canadian Environmental Assessment Research Council. 46 pp.
  • Gabriel, A., and R. Kreutzwiser. 1992. Identification of High Water Thresholds for Property Damage. Report to the Joint Crisis Condition Task Force of Working Committees 2 and 3 of the International Joint Commission Levels Reference Study Board. March 19, 1992. 36 pp.
  • Kreutzwiser, R., A. Gabriel, S. MacKenzie, and J. Slaats. 1992. Institutions in the Great Lakes - St. Lawrence River Basin: A Review and Assessment of their Ability to Implement Lake-Level Related Measures. Report to Working Committee 4 of the International Joint Commission Levels Reference Study Board. Waterloo, Ontario: The Water Network, May 20, 1992. 83 pp.
  • Gabriel, A., and R. Kreutzwiser. 1990. The Ontario Drought Hazard - A Review of Impacts, 1960 - 1989. Report for the Conservation Authorities and Water Management Branch. Toronto, Ontario: Ministry of Natural Resources, March 16, 1990. 40 pp.

Professional Presentation

  • Cordner, D., and A. Gabriel. 2011. SoundMap: Puget Sound public resource mapping project. Poster presented at the 2011 Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference, Vancouver, B.C., October 25-27 2011.
  • Cordner, D., A. Gabriel, and J. Murray. 2011. Rapid assessment, monitoring and aesthetic evaluation of lake shorelines using geospatial techniques. Poster presented at the 2011 North American Lake Management Society Symposium, Spokane, Washington, Oct. 26-28, 2011.
  • Donoghue, C., A. Gabriel, and J. Poulson-Barnes. 2011. Developing a habitat monitoring program to inform design and placement of over-water structures on Washington State owned aquatic lake shore and bedlands. Poster presented at the 2011 North American Lake Management Society Symposium, Spokane, Washington, Oct. 26-28, 2011.
  • Gabriel, A., and D. Burgess. 2011. Cumulative impacts of shore protection and lake level drawdown on nearshore habitat, Moses Lake, Washington State. Poster presented at the 2011 North American Lake Management Society Symposium, Spokane, Washington, Oct. 26-28, 2011.
  • Gabriel, A., D. Cordner, and J. Murray. 2011. An interactive web-based geospatial database for mapping and analyzing volunteer beach monitoring data. Poster presented at Coastal Zone 2011, Hyatt Regency, Chicago, Illinois, July 17-21, 2011.
  • Gabriel, A., D. Cordner, and J. Murray. 2011. Use of geospatial techniques for rapid assessment, monitoring and aesthetic evaluation of lake shorelines. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, Washington, April 12-16, 2011.
  • Lillquist, K., A. Gabriel, B. Sainsbury, and T. Winter. 2011. Spatial and temporal fluctuations of closed-basin, wetland ponds, Waterville Plateau, Washington. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Washington State Convention Center, Seattle, Washington, April 12-16, 2011.
  • Cordner, D., A. Gabriel, and T. Wachholder. 2010. Potential riparian and wetland impacts due to increases to full pool levels, Banks Lake, Washington. Poster presented at Isolated Wetlands: Discovering Connections. The Pacific Northwest Chapter of the Society of Wetland Scientist’s 2010 Chapter Conference. Lakeway Inn and Convention Center, Bellingham, Washington: April 28-30, 2010.
  • Gabriel, A. 2010. Management of coastal processes and stresses in Washington State Parks. Poster presented at From Mount St. Helen’s to Oak-Prairie Lowlands: Disturbances, Biological Legacies, and Conservation, 2010 Joint Meeting of the Northwest Scientific Association and Cascadia Oak-Prairie Partnership, Centralia College, Centralia, Washington, March 24-27, 2010.
  • Gabriel, A., and D. Cordner. 2010. Assessment of scenic preferences and aesthetic resources in Washington State coastal parks using internet-based geospatial techniques. Poster presented at Coastal Zone Canada 2010: Healthy Oceans – Strong Coastal Communities, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada, July 24-29, 2010.
  • Gabriel, A., and J. Gray. 2010. Assessment of potential environmental controls of invasive aquatic plants in Washington State lakes. Poster presented at From Mount St. Helen’s to Oak-Prairie Lowlands: Disturbances, Biological Legacies, and Conservation, 2010 Joint Meeting of the Northwest Scientific Association and Cascadia Oak-Prairie Partnership, Centralia College, Centralia, Washington, March 24-27, 2010.
  • Gabriel, A., J. Murray, and B. Sainsbury. 2010. Assessment of potential climate change impacts on state park shorelines, Washington State. Poster presented at Shifting Shorelines: Adapting to the Future. The Coastal Society’s 22nd Annual Conference. Wilmington, North Carolina: June 13-16, 2010.
  • Gabriel, A., J. Murray, and B. Sainsbury. 2010. Geospatial analysis of climate change impacts on marine park shorelines. Presented at the 2010 ESRI Southeast Regional User Group Conference. The Westin, Charlotte, North Carolina: April 26-28, 2010.
  • Gabriel, A., J. Murray, and B. Sainsbury. 2010. Geospatial analysis of potential climate change impacts on marine shorelines and resources. Presented at the 2010 National Tribal GIS Conference. Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute, Albuquerque, New Mexico: October 18-21, 2010.
  • Gabriel, A., and D. Cordner. 2009. An internet-based, geospatial technique for assessing scenic preferences and aesthetic resources for Washington State Parks. Presented at North Dakota GIS Users’ Conference 2009, Grand Forks, North Dakota, November 1-4, 2009.
  • Gabriel, A., and J. Gray. 2009. Assessment of potential environmental controls of invasive aquatic plants in Washington State lakes. Poster presented at Water and Land Use in the Pacific Northwest: Integrating Communities and Watersheds, Skamania Lodge, Stevenson, Washington, November 4-6, 2009.
  • Gabriel, A., and D. Cordner. 2009. An internet-based, geospatial technique for assessing scenic preferences and aesthetic resources for Washington State Parks. Poster presented at Coastal Zone ‘09, Park Plaza Hotel, Boston, Massuchusetts, July 20-23 2009.
  • Gabriel, A. 2009. Management of coastal processes and stresses in Washington State Parks. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas, Nevada, March 22-27, 2009.
  • Cordner, D., A. Gabriel, and B. Sainsbury. 2007. Using ArcReader for ecological characterization of shorelines and wetlands in eastern Washington. Presented at the 2007 Southwest Users Group Conference, Oct. 30 - Nov. 1, 2007, La Fonda on the Plaza, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • Gabriel, A., A. Perkins, and J. Rhoades.  2007.   Classification and distribution of lake types in Washington State.  Poster presented at the 2007 North American Lake Management Society Symposium, Oct. 30 – Nov. 2,  2007, Coronado Springs Resort, Orlando, Florida.
  • Gabriel, A., B. Sainsbury, and J. Rhoades. 2007. Ecological characterization of Yakama Nation riparian restoration sites on the Wapato floodplain of the Yakima River Basin , Washington . Presented at the Society for Ecological Restoration - Pacific Northwest and Society of Wetlands Scientists Joint Conference, Sept. 25-28, 2007, Yakima Convention Center, Yakima, Washington .
  • Gabriel, A.O., C. Donoghue, T. Gates and D. Cordner. 2007. Preparing shoreline characterizations for shoreline management plans using a decision support system. Presented at Brewing Local Solutions to Your Coastal Issues - Coastal Zone '07. July 23-26, 2007. Hilton Portland and Executive Towe, Portland, Oregon .
  • Gabriel, A., B. Sainsbury, and J. Rhoades. 2007. Ecological characterization of Yakama Nation riparian restoration sites on the Wapato floodplain of the Yakima River Basin , Washington . Presented at the Yakima Basin Aquatic Science and Management Conference, June 13-14, 200, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA .
  • Donoghue, C., A. Gabriel, and J. Rhoades. 2007. Cumulative impact assessments for shoreline management. Presented at the 2007 Georgia Basin Puget Sound Research Conference, Westin Bayshore, Vancouver, B.C., March 26-29, 2007.
  • Gabriel, A., C. Donoghue, A. Perkins, J. Rhoades, and M. Blackburn. 2007. Application of a coastal landform classification GIS database to Washington State parks in the Puget Sound . Presented at the 2007 Georgia Basin Puget Sound Research Conference, Westin Bayshore, Vancouver, B.C., March 26-29, 2007.
  • Gabriel, A., C. Donoghue, A. Perkins, J. Rhoades, and M. Blackburn. 2007. Application of a coastal landform classification GIS database to Washington State parks in the Puget Sound . Presented at the 2007 Joint Annual Meeting of the Society for Northwestern Vertebrate Biology in conjunction with Northwest Scientific Association and Northwest Lichenologists, Victoria, B.C., Feb. 21-24, 2007.
  • Gabriel, A. 2006. Yakima County shoreline inventory and analysis: peaks and pitfalls. P resented at the 2006 Annual Planning Association of Washington Spring Conference: Creating Urban Centers, Preserving Rural Traditions, Our Shared Future, Yakima Convention Center , Yakima , Washington , October 4-6, 2006.
  • Bader, J., and A. Gabriel. 2006. Ecological classification and comparison of lake types in the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge, Washington. Presented at the Pacific Northwest Regional Conference, Portland State University , Portland , Oregon , Sept. 13-15, 2006.
  • Gabriel, A., K. Lillquist, A. Perkins, J. Rhoades. 2006. Classification and distribution of lake types in Washington State . Presented at the Pacific Northwest Regional Conference, Portland State University , Portland , Oregon , Sept. 13-15, 2006.
  • Gabriel, A. 2006. Ecological comparison of disconnected and connected side channels, Wapato Reach, Yakima River, Washington. Presented at the Yakima Basin Aquatic Science and Management Conference, June 14-15, 2006, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA.
  • Gabriel, A., and D. Parrish. 2006. Ecological characterization of salmon habitat restoration efforts for abandoned gravel pits, Yakima River, Washington. Presented at the Yakima Basin Aquatic Science and Management Conference, June 14-15, 2006, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA.
  • Bader, J., and A. Gabriel. 2006. Ecological classification and comparison of lake types in the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge, Washington. Presented at the Northwest Scientific Association Annual Meeting, Boise, Idaho, March 6-8, 2006.
  • Gabriel, A., K. Lillquist, A. Perkins, J. Rhoades. 2006. Classification and distribution of lake types in Washington State. Presented at the Northwest Scientific Association Annual Meeting, Boise, Idaho, March 6-8, 2006.
  • Gabriel, A. 2005. Challenges and lessons learned from the shoreline inventory, analysis and characterization. Presented at the 2005 Annual Planing Association of Washington Spring Conference: Empowered by Planning, WestCoast Ridpath Hotel, Spokane, Washington, April 28-29, 2005.
  • Gabriel, A., D. Cordner, D. Parrish, C. Donoghue, T. Gates. 2005. An interactive Decision Support System for marine shoreline characterization. Presented at the 2005 Puget Sound Georgia Basin Research Conference, Washington State Convention and Trade Center, Seattle, Washington, March 29-31, 2005.
  • Blanton, P., A. Gabriel, L. Swan, and M. Uebelacker. 2004. Developing patient and template analogs for select geomorphic and habitat correlates for the Yakima River Ecosystem Diagnosis and Treatment (EDT) Model. Presented at the Northwest Scientific Association 77th Annual Meeting, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, March 24-27 2004.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2004. Nearshore effects of offshore protection structures on aquatic habitat, Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. Presented at the International Society of Wetland Scientists 25th Annual Conference, Seattle, Washington, July 18-23, 2004.
  • Gabriel, A.O., C. Donoghue, and T. Gates. 2004. Shoreline inventory process for lake shoreline master program updates. Presented at the Washington Lake Protection Association 17th Annual Conference on Lake Solutions for the 21st Century, Bellingham, Washington, April 2004.
  • Gabriel, A., L. Jordan, and K. Lillquist. 2004. Nearshore habitat impacts of lake level drawdowns, Banks Lake, Washington. Presented at the Northwest Scientific Association 77th Annual Meeting, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, March 24-27 2004.
  • Gabriel, A., L. Jordan, K. Lillquist, and T. Barnhart. 2004. Nearshore habitat impacts of lake level drawdowns, Banks Lake, Washington. Presented at the North American Lake Management Society 24th International Symposium, Victoria, B.C., November 3-5 2004.
  • Kallis, J., L. Bodensteiner, and A. Gabriel. 2004. Current and historical limnological conditions of Soap Lake. Presented at the Northwest Scientific Association 77th Annual Meeting, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, March 24-27 2004, and at the Washington Lake Protection Association 17th Annual Conference on Lakes Solutions for the 21st Century, Bellingham, Washington, April 2004
  • Gabriel, A.O., L. Bodensteiner, and S. Hu. 2003. Sensitive shoreline assessment for the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin: a multimedia database. Presented at The Canadian Association of Geographers 53rd Annual Meeting, May 27- 31, 2003, University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C.
  • Bodensteiner, L.R., and A.O. Gabriel. 2003. Nearshore effects of shore protection on aquatic habitat in the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. Presented at the Washington Lake Protection Association 16th Annual Conference on Lakes, Reservoirs and Watersheds, Chelan, Washington, April 2-4, 2003.
  • Eitemiller, D., Gabriel, A., and P. Blanton. 2003. Development of protocols to measure and assess select geomorphic and habitat correlates for the EDT Model. Presented at the Yakima Basin Aquatic Science and Management Conference, March 25-26, 2003, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2003. Sensitive shoreline assessment: a multimedia decision support tool. Presented at the 2003 Georgia Basin/Puget Sound Research Conference, March 31- April 3, 2003, Westin Bayshore, Vancouver, B.C.
  • Bodensteiner, L.R., and A.O. Gabriel. 2002. Dilution and concentration of saline lakes: limnology of Soap Lake. Presented at the Saline Lakes Science Conference 2002, Soap Lake, Washington, August 26-27, 2002.
  • Bodensteiner, L.R., and A.O. Gabriel. 2002. Management effects on Soap Lake limnology. Presented at the 15th Washington Lake Protection Association Annual Conference on Lakes, Reservoirs and Watersheds, Olympia, Washington, April 4-7, 2002.
  • Lemke, J., L.R. Bodensteiner, and A.O. Gabriel. 2002. The effects of wetland restoration breakwaters on water quality and fish communities in two Wisconsin lakes. Presented at the 15th Washington Lake Protection Association Annual Conference on Lakes, Reservoirs and Watersheds, Olympia, Washington, April 4-7, 2002.
  • Bodensteiner, L., and A.O. Gabriel. 2001. Resource management issues in a hypereutrophic midwestern lake system. Presented at the 14th Washington Lake Protection Association Annual Conference on Lakes, Reservoirs and Watersheds, Spokane, Washington, April 4-7, 2001.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and C. Lancaster. 2000. Regional variations in Wisconsin lake issues and management. Poster presented at The Canadian Association of Geographers 50th Annual Meeting, May 31- June 3, 2000, Brock University, St. Catharine's, Ontario.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and T.A. Terich. 2000. Cumulative patterns and controls of shore protection, Puget Sound, Washington. Presented at The Association of Washington Geographers Spring 2000 Meeting, April 28-29, 2000, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington.
  • Hu, S., and A.O. Gabriel. 2000. Integrated multimedia approach with GIS to wetland conservation management and planning. Presented at The Association of American Geographers 96th Annual Meeting, April 5, 2000, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and T.A. Terich. 1999. Spatial patterns and controls of shoreline protection in Thurston County, Washington. Proceedings of the 1999 Canadian Coastal Conference, May 19-22, 1999, Royal Roads University, Victoria, B.C. Ottawa: Canadian Coastal Science and Engineering Association. pp. 121-135.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1998. Water level impacts, perceptions, preferences and management: a case study of Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin. Poster presented at Coastal Zone Canada '98. Aug. 30 - Sept. 3, 1998. Victoria Conference Centre, Victoria, B.C., Canada.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 1998. Assessment of stress-response to water level fluctuations in common reed stands, Lake Poygan, Wisconsin. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers. June 2-6, 1998. University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 1997. A conceptual framework for ecosystem management of rural-urban watersheds. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers. August 18-22, 1997. Memorial University, St. John's, Newfoundland.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and A. Techlow. 1997. Lake Winnebago System, Wisconsin: Great Lakes' management issues on a mesoscale lake. Proceedings of the 1997 Canadian Coastal Conference '97, May 21-24, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario. Guelph: Canadian Coastal Science and Engineering Association. pp. 384-389.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and T.A. Terich. 1996. Cumulative environmental change: a coastal context. Seeking Balance: Conflict, Resolution & Partnership. Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Conference of The Coastal Society. July 14-17, 1996. Seattle, Washington. Alexandria, VA: The Coastal Society. pp. 455-461.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and T.A. Terich. 1996. Cumulative coastal change: theoretical application. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers. May 11-16, 1996. University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1994. A stress-response model of Long Point, Lake Erie: applications for policy evaluation and environmental management. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers. May 17 - May 21, 1994. Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Ontario.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and R.D. Kreutzwiser. 1993. An ecological model of Long Point, Lake Erie: implications for sustainable environmental management. Proceedings of the 1993 Canadian Coastal Conference, May 5-7, 1993, Vancouver B.C. Ottawa: Coastal Engineering Program, National Research Council. pp. 287-301.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1992. An ecological-human model of Long Point, Lake Erie. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers. May 20 - May 24, 1992. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C.
  • Gabriel, A., R. Kreutzwiser, and C.J. Stewart. 1992. Great Lakes flood damage thresholds and impacts on shoreline interests. Paper presented at the 35th Conference of the International Association for Great Lakes Research. May 31 - June 4, 1992. University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario.
  • Gabriel, A., J. Ollerhead, and H. Spaling. 1990. The treatment of space in studies of the human implications of global climatic change. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Geographers. May 31 - June 4, 1990. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and T.A. Terich. 1987. The effect of erosion upon coastal property values. Paper presented at Coastal Zone 87: Proceedings of the Fifth Symposium on Coastal and Ocean Management. June 9-13, 1987. Holiday Inn, Seattle, Washington.

Other Presentations

  • Cordner, D., A. Gabriel, and T. Wachholder. 2010. Potential riparian and wetland impacts due to increases to full pool levels, Banks Lake, Washington. Poster presented at the Symposium of University Research & Creative Expression, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, May 20.
  • Gray, J., and A. Gabriel. 2009. Environmental controls of invasive aquatic plants in Washington State lakes. Poster presented at the Symposium of University Research & Creative Expression, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, May 21.
  • Merrill, A., M. O’Brien, and A. Gabriel. 2009. Shoreline inventory process for park planning at Deception Pass State Park, Washington. Poster presented at the Symposium of University Research & Creative Expression, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, May 21.
  • Gabriel, A. 2008. Characterization and management of coastal processes and stresses in Washington State Parks. Invited seminar presentation to Washington State Parks, Eastern Regional Office, Auburn, Washington, March 27.
  • Cartter, E., D. Cordner, A. Hamlin, D. Parrish, and A. Gabriel. 2005 An interactive Decision Support System for lake shoreline characterization. Presented at the 1st CWU Symposium of University Research & Creative Expression, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, May 19 2005.
  • Gabriel, A. 2005. What we've learned from the inventory, analysis and characterization process. Eastern Washington Planners Spring Information Forum #55. Hallmark Inn, Moses Lake, Washington, May 11.
  • Gabriel, A. 2005. Soap Lake limnology report. 2005 Soap Lake Science Conference. Masquers Theater, Soap Lake, Washington, August 15.
  • Hamlin, A., and A. Gabriel. 2005 Restoration and monitoring of the Wapato Reach, Yakima River, Washington. Presented at the 1st CWU Symposium of University Research & Creative Expression, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, May 19 2005.
  • Parrish, D., and A. Gabriel. 2005 An ecological characterization of salmon habitat restoration efforts on abandoned gravel pits along the Yakima River, Washington. Presented at the 1st CWU Symposium of University Research & Creative Expression, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, May 19 2005.
  • Blanton, P., L. Swan, A. Gabriel and M. Uebelacker. 2004. Developing historical analogs of riparian habitat conditions for the Yakima River Ecosystem Diagnosis and Treatment (EDT) Model. . Presented at the 3rd Conference of Graduate Student and Faculty Scholarship, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, May 6 2004.
  • Cartter, E., A. Hamlin, D. Parrish, and A. Gabriel. 2004 Inventory process for lake shoreline master program updates. Presented at the 3rd Conference of Graduate Student and Faculty Scholarship, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, May 6 2004.
  • Gabriel, A. 2004. Shoreline inventory, analysis and characterization. Eastern Washington Planners Fall Information Forum #53. Hallmark Inn, Moses Lake, Washington, October 13.
  • Jordan, L., T. Barnhart, A. Gabriel and K. Lillquist. 2004. Nearshore habitat impacts of lake level drawdowns, Banks Lake, Washington. Presented at the 3rd Conference of Graduate Student and Faculty Scholarship, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, Washington, May 6 2004
  • Gabriel, A.O., M. Ubelacker, and W. Nix. 2003. Moses Lake shoreline inventory update. Eastern Washington Planners Summer Information Forum #48. Hallmark Inn, Moses Lake, Washington, July 16.
  • Blanton, P., D. Eitemiller, and A. Gabriel. 2003. Protocols to measure and assess select geomorphic and habitat correlates for the Yakima Klickitat Fishery project EDT model. Presented at the 2nd Conference of Graduate Student and Faculty Scholarship, May 1, 2003, Central Washington University, Ellensburg, WA.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 2002. Canebeds under the microscope: an appraisal of stress factors on cane beds. Lake Habitat Investigations on the Upper Winnebago Pool Lakes. Winnebago Pool Lakes Partnership Forum. Winnebago County DNR Service Center, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 11.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 2002. Nearshore effects of shoreline protection on aquatic habitat in the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. Department of Geography and Land Studies Colloquium, Central Washington University, Nov. 14.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2002. Nearshore effects of offshore protection structures on aquatic habitat in the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Research Workshop. Winnebago County DNR Service Center, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 11.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2002. Nearshore effects of shoreline protection on aquatic habitat in the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Research Workshop. Winnebago County DNR Service Center, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 11.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2002. Offshore and nearshore protection structures and their effects on aquatic habitat and life. Lake Habitat Investigations on the Upper Winnebago Pool Lakes. Winnebago Pool Lakes Partnership Forum. Winnebago County DNR Service Center, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 11.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2002. Soap Lake limnology. Soap Lake Conservancy Science Lectures Series. Soap Lake High School Library, Soap Lake, Washington, June 22.
  • Gabriel, A.O., L. Bodensteiner, S. Hu, and C. Lancaster. 2002. A new PC based appraisal tool for the protection of fish and wildlife habitat on the Pool Lakes. Lake Habitat Investigations on the Upper Winnebago Pool Lakes. Winnebago Pool Lakes Partnership Forum. Winnebago County DNR Service Center, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 11.
  • Gabriel, A.O., L. Bodensteiner, S. Hu, and C. Lancaster. 2002. Identification and ecological characterization of sensitive shorelines on the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Research Workshop. Winnebago County DNR Service Center, Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 11.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 2001. Water resources and issues in the Yakima River Basin, Washington. Geog 499: The Geography of the Yakima River Basin, Black Hall 152, Central Washington University, May 22.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 2000. Response of midlake common reed stands to cumulative stresses, Lake Poygan, Wisconsin. Natural Science Seminar Series, Central Washington University, November 17.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and L. Bodensteiner. 2000. Restoration and ecosystem function of common reed stands in Lake Poygan, Wisconsin: final report. Presentation at meeting hosted by the Lake Poygan Sportsman's Club. July 11, 2000. Duck Inn, Lake Poygan, Wisconsin.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 2000. Wetland research and restoration on the Winnebago Pool Lakes, Wisconsin: research progress report. Restoring Lake Winnebago's Future, workshop meeting hosted by the Wolf-Fox-Winnebago Riverkeepers. March 25, 2000. Oshkosh Public Library, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 2000. Restoration and ecosystem function of common reed stands in Lake Poygan, Wisconsin: research progress report. Presentation at meeting hosted by the Lake Poygan Sportsman's Club. January 4, 2000. Duck Inn, Lake Poygan, Wisconsin.
  • Hu, S., C. Lancaster, and A. Gabriel. 2000. An integrated multimedia approach for wetland management and planning for Terrell's Island, Lake Butte des Morts, Wisconsin. Presentation at meeting hosted by the Butte des Morts Conservation Club. June 5, 2000. Westward Ho Inn, Butte de Morts, Wisconsin.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1999. An assessment of shoreline hazards, human perceptions and adjustments on the Winnebago System. Winnebago County Board Informational Workshop, March 11, Winnebago County Courthouse, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1999. Assessment and inventory of vegetation and habitat for the Terrell's Island restoration project and management plan: progress report. Presentation at meeting hosted by the Butte des Morts Lion's Club. November 10, 1999. Lion's Building, Butte de Morts, Wisconsin.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1999. Responses of midlake common reed stands to cumulative stresses, Lake Poygan, Wisconsin. University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Sigma Xi Lecture Series, March 25, Pollock Alumni House, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1999. Wetland, sensitive shoreline, and hazard research on the Winnebago Pool Lakes. Fox-Wolf Basin Surface Water and Shoreland Habitat Monitoring and Research Workshop, April 20, Briggs Hall, Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin.
  • Lancaster, C., and A. Gabriel. 1999. Lake management in Wisconsin. Poster presentation for Celebration of Scholarship Week, April 23, Reeve Union, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1998. Cane bed research progress report: findings and potential for restoration. Key presentation at public meeting hosted by the Lake Poygan Sportsman's Club and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. May 4, 1998. Duck Inn, Lake Poygan, Wisconsin.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1998. Experience and perception of shoreline hazards in the Winnebago System. Dean's Symposium, College of Letters and Science, December 3, Reeve Lounge, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1998. Research on the Winnebago Pool Lakes. Included two poster presentations entitled “Cane bed research” and “Assessment of shoreline hazards, human perceptions, and adjustment on Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin. Winnebago Lakes' Fair '98. Sponsored by Fox Wolf Basin 2000 and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. June 10, 1998. Oshkosh Convention Center, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1998. Riparian owners opinion survey results. Presentation at meeting of the Winnebago County Land Conservation Committee. Sept. 3, 1998. Land and Water Conservation Department Conference Room, Coughlin Center, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.
  • Gabriel, A.O., and B. Benninghoff. 1998. Using NIH Image Pro for analysis of aerial photographs. Workshop presentation for Celebration of Scholarship Week, April 23, The Instructional Development and Authoring Lab, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.
  • Gabriel, A.O. 1993. Geomorphic stress-response model of Long Point, Lake Erie. Presented at Long Point: Ecosystem Stresses, Long Point Biosphere Reserve Foundation Workshop. May 28, 1993. Backus Mills Heritage Conservation Area, Port Rowan, Ontario.

Web and Digital Resources/Tutorials

  • Cordner, D., and A. Gabriel. 2011. Island County Beach Watchers Coastal Resource Atlas. http://csi.gis.cwu.edu/intertidal_monitor/index.htm
  • Cordner, D., and A. Gabriel. 2011. SoundMap: Puget Sound Public Resource Mapping Project. http://www.cwu.edu/spatial-information/sound-map
  • Cordner, D., A. Gabriel, and J. Murray. 2010. VideoMapping Website and Guidance Document. http://www.cwu.edu/spatial-information/lake-shorelines
  • Cordner, D., and A. Gabriel. 2009. Washington State Park Coastal Tour. http://csi.gis.cwu.edu/welcome
  • Gabriel, A., and D. Cordner. 2009. An internet-based, geospatial technique for assessing scenic preferences and aesthetic resources for Washington State Parks. http://csi.gis.cwu.edu/project_repository/Research/Projects2008/RGISPN08AestheticObjective.pdf
  • Gabriel, A., and D. Cordner. 2009. Washington State Parks Digital Atlas: Deception Pass , Fort Flagler , Penrose Point.
  • Gabriel, A., J. Murray, and B. Sainsbury. 2009. Washington State Parks shoreline classification and inventory process: using geospatial information to assess potential climate change impacts. http://csi.gis.cwu.edu/project_repository/Research/Projects2008/coastparkCCprojectfinal.pdf
  • Gabriel, A., D. Cordner , and B. Sainsbury. 2008. Yakama Nation Restoration Site and Corridor Digital Atlas and SyncMap.
  • Gabriel, A., D. Cordner, D. Parrish, and C. Donoghue. 2007. Decision support system for marine shoreline assessment. http://csi.gis.cwu.edu/project_repository/Research/Projects2006/Marine_CD/index.htm
  • Gabriel, A., A. Perkins, and J. Rhoades. 2007. Classification and Distribution of Lake Types in Washington State . Statewide data set. http://www.cwu.edu/spatial-information/lake-type-data
  • Donoghue, C., A. Gabriel, and T. Gates. 2006a. Preparing shoreline characterizations for SMP updates. Coastal Training Program Curriculum , January 26, 2006, Breazeale Interpretative Center, Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, WA.
  • Donoghue, C., A. Gabriel, and T. Gates. 2006b. Preparing shoreline characterizations for SMP updates. Coastal Training Program Curriculum , February 24, 2006, Munson Retreat Center , Central Washington University , WA .
  • Gabriel, A.O., D. Parrish, C. Donoghue, and T.Gates. 2004. Decision support system for lake shoreline assessments. Washington Department of Ecology Multimedia CD-ROM, Lacey, WA.
  • De Beukelaer, S., C. Donoghue, T. Gates, and A. Gabriel. 2004. Using and interpreting data for SMP shoreline characterizations. Coastal Training Program Curriculum , July 8 and 15, 2004, Ecology Headquarters, Lacey, WA.

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SERVICE ACTIVITIES AT CWU

Department of Geography

  • Member of Physical Geography Curriculum Subcommittee (Fall 2000 - present)
  • Member of Resource Management Curriculum Subcommittee (Fall 2000- present)
  • Faculty Meeting Agenda Coordinator (Fall 2000 – Spring 2003)
  • Member of Geographer Search Committees (Fall 2000 – Winter 2006)
  • Member of Geography Personnel Committee (Fall 2006 – Spring 2007)
  • Chair of Water Resource Geographer Search Committee (Winter 2009)
  • Member of Geography Personnel Committee (Fall 2006 – Spring 2007; Fall 2008 – Spring 2009)

University/College Committee

  • Director of the Environmental Studies Minor (September 2000 - January 2002)
  • Faculty Member of Campus Judicial Council (Fall 2000 – Spring 2005)
  • Member of COTS Undergraduate Research Grant Committee (December - March 2001; May 2002; May 2003)
  • Member of Organizing Committee for CWU Conference of Graduate Student and Faculty Scholarship (March - May 2002, 2003, 2004)
  • Member of COTS Summer Research Grant Committee (April 2002)
  • Member of the Committee to Develop Memorandum of Understanding for CWU Native American Advisory Board (included attending a Government-to-Government Training Workshop) (December 2003)
  • Member of the Interdisciplinary Program Charter Template Committee (December 2003 – May 2004)
  • Principal Contributing Author (along with Karl Lillquist, Richard Mack, Steve Hackenberger) High-Demand FTE Proposal for Resource Management Program (August 2004 - funded)
  • Member of COTS Science Honors Undergraduate Research Grant Committee (December 2004 – May 2006)
  • Member of Executive Committee for CWU Symposium of University Research and Creative Expression (January – May 2005)
  • Faculty Representative at Research Expo, State Legislature, Olympia WA (March 2005)
  • Member of the Dean Hall Renovations Project Committee (September 2005 – September 2007)
  • Principal Author (along with Wayne Quirk, Julie Guggino, Dawn Anderson) Nomination of Resource Management Program to the Western Region Graduate Program (November 2005 - funded)
  • Member of COTS Performance Adjustment Review Committee (May 2007)
  • Member of Search Committee for Director of the Center for the Environment (February – May 2008)
  • Member of CWU Equipment Grants Committee (April 2008)
  • WATERS Program Faculty Mentor (July 2008 – June 2010)
  • Member of CWU Sabbatical Leave Review Committee (December 2008 – January 2011)
  • Member of CWU Distinguished Professor Committee (May 2013)
  • Member of CWU Faculty Development and Research Committee (May 2003; September 2006 –June 2012)
  • SOURCE Poster Judge (May 2012)
  • Member of CWU Environmental Studies Advisory Committee (September 2008 – June 2013)
  • Coordinator, CWU Water Resources Institute (September 2011- June 2012)
  • Faculty Member of Resource Management Graduate Program (Fall 2000 - present)
  • - includes membership on curriculum committee and 44 thesis committees
  • Co-Director of the Resource Management Graduate Program (Jan.  2002 – Sept. 2007; Sept. 2013 - present)
  • Member of CWU Graduate Council (Sept. 2005 – Aug. 2007, Sept. 2008 – Aug. 2012, Sept. 2013 - present  )
  • Chair of Procedures Committee, CWU Graduate Council (Sept. 2013 - present)
  • Member of Executive Committee, CWU Graduate Council (Sept. 2013 - present)
  • Director of Center for Spatial Information and Research (September 2005 - present)
  • Member of CWU Library College Personnel Committee (September 2013 – present)

Community Service

  • Fellow, Science Advisory Board, Soap Lake Conservancy, Washington (Winter 2000 - present)
  • Member of Board of Directors, Washington Lake Protection Association (Spring 2002 - Spring 2004)
  • Member of the Yakima County Science Advisory Group (Fall 2002 - Spring 2004)
  • Steering Committee Member, Abstract Reviewer, Session Moderator: Water and Land Use in the Pacific Northwest Conference (May – November 2009)

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SERVICE ACTIVITIES AT UW-OSHKOSH

Geography Department

  • Administering the Environmental Geography emphasis (Fall 1995 - Spring 2000) - program revisions, development of program brochure, student advising (including development of advisement sheets), creation of 3 new courses
  • Faculty advisor to the Student Geographical Association (Fall 1995 - Spring 1999)
  • Audio-visual coordinator (Fall 1995 - Fall 1999)
  • Library materials coordinator (Fall 1999 - Spring 2000)
  • Member of Personnel Search Committees (Spring 1999 - Winter 1999)

 

University

  • Administration of the Environmental Studies Program (Fall 1995 - Spring 2000)
  • Member of Environmental Studies Personnel Search Committee (Winter 1999 - Spring 2000)
  • Faculty Leader, Joint Biology-Geography Field Camp, Santa Rosa Island, Florida (Spring 1997)
  • Faculty Member of Nonacademic Misconduct Committee (Fall 1997 - Spring 2000)
  • Research Panelist, Faculty Development Research Board (Spring 1998 - Spring 2000)
  • Member of Canadian-American Studies Steering Committee (Fall 1998 - Spring 1999)
  • Senior Partner, Center for Community Partnerships (Spring 2000 - Spring 2002)

Community

  • Member of Board of Directors of the Fox-Wolf Basin 2000 (May 1996 - December 1997)
  • Member of Executive Committee, Fox-Wolf Basin 2000 (January 1998 - December 1999)
  • Member of Advisory Board, Fox-Wolf Basin 2000 (January 2000 - June 2000)
  • Member of Strategic Data Acquisition Force, Fox-Wolf Basin 2000 (January 2000 - June 2000) - provided assistance with implementing cost-effective watershed management, including coordination of basin-wide research initiatives and development of a monitoring strategy focusing on total maximum daily loading of phosphorus and sediment
  • Member of Lake Winnebago Shoreline Erosion Task Force (March 1996 - November 1997) - advisory group made up of regional representatives from the Department of Natural Resources, the UW-Extension, and interested private individuals. The goals of this group are to help manage shoreline erosion on Lake Winnebago, including the identification of critical areas, economic costs, management techniques/policies, and funding sources
  • Technical Advisor for the Wisconsin Coastal Zone Management Program (November 1996 - July 2000) - provided assistance with evaluating bluff setback determination, developing a shoreline hazard survey of residents and managers, as well as developing a state-wide shoreline hazards policy
  • Technical Advisor for the Winnebago County Water Quality Improvement Program (January 1998 - March 1998) - helped representatives from Wisconsin DNR, Natural Resource Conservation Service, and the Winnebago County Land and Water Conservation Department advise a Citizen's Advisory Group in developing a pilot county water quality improvement program
  • Partnership Team Member for the Upper Fox River Geographic Management Unit, Wisconsin DNR (February 1998 - July 2000) - assisted with the development of a pilot geographic management unit to implement watershed management in the Upper Fox River Basin

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GRADUATE COMMITTEES

Completed Theses

Supervisor

  • Justin Bader. 2006. An Ecological Comparison and Classification of Lakes within the Columbia National Wildlife Refuge, Washington. Central Washington University. (Defended January 2006)
  • Cyndi Bell. 2007. Assessing the Role of Participatory GIS as a Process to Encourage Community Involvement in Land-Use and Resource Planning Issues. Central Washington University. (Defended Fall 2007)
  • Reka Britschgi. 2003. Environmental Plan for Sustainable Development in the Upper-Tisza Region in Hungary. Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2003)
  • Matt Collins. 2006. Energetics, Morphology and Secondary Sexual Traits of Re-Introduced Coho Salmon in the Mid-Columbia River. Central Washington University. (Defended Summer 2006)
  • David Cordner. 2008. Critical Community Places: Assessing Landscape Meaning in Ellensburg, Washington. Central Washington University. (Defended Winter 2008)
  • Charity Davidson. 2011. The Application of On-Site Analysis and GIS to Document, Inventory, and Monitor Littering on Public Land, Washington State. Central Washington University. (Defended Fall 2011)
  • Dan Didricksen. 2007. Riffle Habitat Evaluation for Steelhead Reintroduction in the Upper Reaches of Manastash Creek, Kittitas County, Washington. Central Washington University. (Defended Summer 2007)
  • Erin Dilworth. 2011. Coupling Biodiversity Assessments and Management Strategy Evaluations to Assess the Effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas in the Puget Sound, Washington. Central Washington University. (Defended Summer 2011)
  • Mark Dunbar. 2005. The Capacity of Water Management Institutions in the Yakima River Basin to Adapt to Climate Change Induced-Drought. Central Washington University. (Defended Fall 2005)
  • Lisa Dunham. 2007. Benthic Macroinvertebrates as a Measure of Disturbance at the Yakima Training Center, WA. Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2007)
  • Tammi Ellerbroek. 2007. Extent, Nature and Management of Firefighter Fatigue in Sustained Wildland Fire Operations. Central Washington University. (Defended Winter 2007)
  • Aaron Galloway. 2004. The Use of Rural School Bus Routes and K-12 Students in Indexing Distribution of Cougar Prey Species. Central Washington University. (Co-Supervisor) (Defended Fall 2004)
  • Travis Grant. 2012.  A Comparison of State and County Management of Public Access and Impacts to Intertidal Zone Biodiversity:  A Case Study of Rocky Shore Ecosystems in Island County, Washington. Central Washington University.  (Defended Fall 2012)
  • Jeff Gray. 2011. A Comparative Analysis of Induced versus Native Wetlands in the Quincy Wildlife Management Area, Grant County, Washington. Central Washington University. (Defended November 2010)
  • Lennard Jordan. 2006. Automated High Temporal Resolution Monitoring of Bank Erosion Events Using Photo-electric Erosion Pins , Yakima River, Washington. Central Washington University. (Co-Supervisor) (Defended Spring 2006)
  • Jason Mateljak. 2008. Assessing Ecologic Function Using a Landscape-Scale Approach: A Look at Salmon Habitat Restoration. Central Washington University. (Defended Winter 2008)
  • Chris McColl. 2006. Land Use Forecasting and Hydrologic Model Integration for Improved Land Use Decision Support. Central Washington University. (Co-Supervisor) (Defended Spring 2006)
  • Adam Merrill. 2010. Identification and Prioritization of Restoration Projects at a Watershed Scale, Birch Bay, Washington. Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2010)
  • Sarah Nason. 2004. Assessment of Conservation Planning Efforts in the Swauk Creek Watershed, Washington. Central Washington University. (Defended Summer 2004)
  • David Parrish. 2005. Ecological Characterization of Salmon Habitat Restoration Efforts of Abandoned Gravel Pits, Yakima River, Washington. Central Washington University. (Defended Summer 2005)
  • Janet Rhoades. 2007. A Methodology for Applying Geospatial Data Techniques to Identifying and Monitoring Wetland Mitigation Sites. Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2007)
  • Jamie Sheahan. Relationships of Vegetation Communities, Headcut Height, and Other Channel Morphology Characteristics in Riparian Wet Meadows of Small-Ordered Streams in the Ochoco Mountains, Oregon. Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2012)
  • Luke Swan. 2006. Alternative Representations of Reach-Scale Channel Dynamics in the Naches River, WA: Hydraulic Assessment with a Management Focus. Central Washington University. (Co-Supervisor) (Defended Spring 2006)
  • Tony Waupochick. 2011. Sustainable Indigenous Forestlands: A Case Study of the Menominee Forest as a Model for Environmental Resource Management. Central Washington University. (Defended Winter 2011)


Committee Member

  • Darcy Bhatura. 2011. Backcountry Campsites at Waptus Lake, Alpine Lakes Wilderness, Washington: Changes in Spatial Distribution, Impacted Areas, and Use over Time. Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2011)
  • Paul Blanton. 2004. Historical Arroyo Development in the West Foster Creek Watershed, Washington: Spatial Extent, Timing, Causes, and Management. (Defended Summer 2004)
  • John Bottelli. 2004. Importing the Past: Applied Historical Geography on the Coeur d”Alene Reservation. Central Washington University (Defended Spring 2004).
  • Doug Eitemiller. 2001. The Effects of Seeding Non-Native Grasses on a Post-Fire Landscape: Their Impact on Native Plant Diversity and their Potential for Reducing Surface Soil Erosion. Central Washington University. (Awarded Distinguished Thesis).
  • Justin Erickson. 2004. The Effects of Channelization on the Lower Entiat River, Central Washington: Implications for Stream and Salmon Recovery. Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2004)
  • Jennifer Hackett. 2009. Finding a New Balance: Can Irrigation Infrastructures be Modified to Benefit Farmers, Fisheries and Society? Central Washington University. (Defended Fall 2009)
  • Ross Hendrick. 2005. Geomorphic and Hydraulic Controls on Sediment Clusters in Gravel-bed Streams, Washington. Central Washington University. (Defended Summer 2005)
  • Carla Jellum. 2007. Managing Mountain Bike Recreation and User Conflicts: A Case Study on Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, Washington State. Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2007)
  • Jahn Kallis. 2005. Water Budget and Changes in Total Dissolved Solids for Soap Lake Washington. Huxley College, Western Washington University. (Defended Summer 2005)
  • Ryan Karlson. 2006. Lake Missoula Flooding in the Ginkgo-Wanapum State Park Area, Washington: Implications for Park Resource Management. Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2006)
  • Randall Kline. 2001. An Assessment of the Effectiveness of Engrossed Senate Bill 6094 in Addressing Rural County Needs Under the Growth Management Act: A Case Study of Jefferson County, Washington. Central Washington University. (Defended Fall 2001).
  • Jamie Lamperth. 2012. Using a Spatially Explicit Approach to Evaluate Bull Trout Spawning Habitat Selection.  Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2012)
  • Jennifer Langdon. 2001. The Evaluation and Conservation of Late Prehistoric House Features in Hells Canyon National Recreational Area: GIS Applications in Research and Management. Central Washington University. (Defended Summer 2001).
  • Jennifer Lannoye. 2012. The Long Term Effects of Fire Disturbance on Riparian Woody Species in the Shrub Steppe Seven Years After Fire. Central Washington University. (Defended Winter 2012)
  • Eric Lauver. 2012.  Evaluation of Artificial Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) Egg Picket Performance in the Priest Rapids Hatchery Discharge Channel. Central Washington University. (Defended Summer 2012)
  • Megan O’Brien. 2010. Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Tree Invasion, Upper Naneum Watershed, Washington: A Comparative Study of Hydric, Mesic and Xeric Meadow Systems. Central Washington University. (Defended Fall 2009)
  • Andrew Perkins. 2007. A Mass Wasting Inventory for Sumas Mountain, British Columbia. Central Washington University. (Defended Summer 2007)
  • Jason Rau. 2006. Predator Avoidance Training at the Cle Elum Supplementation Facility: Mergansers as Anti-predator Training Agents. Central Washington University. (Defended Summer 2006)
  • Angela Reese.  2012. A Comparative Study of Annual Soil Moisture Regimes on Cultivated and Conservation Reserve Program Land in Douglas County, Washington. Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2012)
  • Kerry Reeves. 2001. Utilization of Shoreline Wetlands by Larval and Juvenile Fish. Huxley College, Western Washington University. (Defended Summer 2001).
  • Ben Sainsbury. 2009. Redtrails: A Case Study in Emerging Web-Based Geographic Information Systems. Central Washington University. (Defended Summer 2009)
  • Laura Techico. 2001. Wetland Banking: Expanding the Scope of Mitigation in Washington State. Resource Management Program. Central Washington University. (Defended Fall 2001).
  • Jared Treser. 2011. Historic Glacier and Climate Fluctuations on Mount Adams, Washington and Effects on Regional Water Supply. Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2011).
  • Gretchen Volker. 2008. Dispersed Camping-Induced Environmental Degradation Along Terraced Riparian Habitats: Assessment and Management Solutions along the Upper Cle Elum River, Washington. (Defended Spring 2008).
  • Suzanne Wade. 2004. Using Spatial Analysis to Aid Managing Eighty Mile Beach, Western Australia. Central Washington University. (Defended Summer 2004)
  • John Wagenknecht. 2011. Effects of Dry-Site Forest Management Strategies on MacGillivray’s Warbler Distribution and Abundance on the Wenatchee National Forest, Washington. Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2011)
  • Thomas Winter.  2012. Mass Wasting in the Yakima River Canyon, Washington: An Inventory and Hazard Assessment.  Central Washington University. (Defended Spring 2011)


Theses in Progress

Supervisor

  • Christopher Hilferty. Geospatial Assessment of Non-point Source Pollution in Small Coastal Watersheds in the Puget Sound. Central Washington University.
  • Scott Adolphson.  Influence of Saltwater Intrusion, Climate, and Population Changes on the Ground Water Supply of San Juan Island.  Central Washington University.
  • Tommy Wachholder. Applying Wetland Rating Systems to Assess Functions of Wetlands Created by Mass Wasting Events, Table Mountain, Washington.

 

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