1. Project Overview

2. Activities

3. Accomplishments

4. Publications and presentations

• Benedict K., 2008. OGC Time-enabled WMS: an Introduction with Deployment into Google Earth. Invited lecture presented at Denver University , April 28, 2008.

• Benedict K., 2008. The Development of Standards-Based Services Oriented Architectures at EDAC, Lessons Learned From Three Application Contexts. Paper presented at the AGU General Assembly, Ft. Lauderdale , FL. May 29, 2008.

• Benedict K., 2008. OGC Time-enabled WMS: an Introduction with Deployment into Google Earth. Paper presented to the NASA DSWG Standards Process Working Group, meeting at the Summer ESIP Federation meeting, Durham , NH , July 15, 2008.

• Benedict K., 2008. The PHAiRS Project - SOA for the delivery of regionalized dust forecast data to public health professionals. Paper presented at the ESIP Federation Summer Meeting, Durham , NH , July 15, 2008.

• Benedict K., 2008. Public Health Applications in Remote Sensing. Poster presented at the ESIP Federation Summer Meeting, Durham , NH , July 16, 2008.

• Xie J. and Yang C., 2008. High Performance Computing support for Dust simulation model, manuscript submitted to Journal of Computers, Environment and Urban Systems .

• Xie J., Yang C., 2008. Grid enabling geospatial applications: Methodology & practice, AAG 2008 annual meeting, AAG annual meeting , Boston , Massachusetts , April 15-19, 2008 . (Oral).

• Yang C., 2008. GeoCyberinfrastructure, Cyberinfrastructure Workshop at the GIScience'2008 conference , Sept. 23, 2008, Park City , Utah .

• Yang C., 2008. Virtual Globes: Implications and Challenges, Virtual Globes Panel at the GIScience'2008 conference , Sept. 26, 2008, Park City , Utah .

• Xie J., Yang C., Pejanovic G., Zhou B., Huang Q., 2008. Utilize multi CPU cores to improve dust simulation performance, AGU 2008 Fall Meeting , San Francisco , December 15-19, 2008, (Poster).

 

 

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