We are developing geospatial tools and techniques for gathering, organizing, analyzing, modeling, and visualizing spatially explicit information. Our recent work has focused on geocoding, which turns textual place references into geographic coordinates, and geomorphometry, which analyzes and interprets landform objects and land surface parameters extracted from digital elevation models.
Chen Y, Zhou Q, Wilson J P, and Lang Y. 2012. Comparison of Drainage-Constrained Methods for DEM Generalization. Computers & Geosciences 48: 41-49
Goldberg D W, Cockburn M G. 2010. Improving Geocode Accuracy with Candidate Selection Criteria. Transactions in GIS 14(s1): 149-176