Joseph K. Berry

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Berry & Associates // Spatial Information Systems, Inc.
1701 Lindenwood Drive
Fort Collins, Colorado USA 80524
Phone 970-215-0825
  E-Mail: jberry@innovativegis.com

Dr. Joseph K. Berry is the Principal of Berry & Associates // Spatial Information Systems (BASIS), consultants and software developers in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology. He is a contributing editor and author of the Beyond Mapping column for GeoWorld magazine and has written over two hundred papers on the analytic capabilities of GIS technology.  He is the author of the popular books Map Analysis, Beyond Mapping, Spatial Reasoning, Analyzing Precision Ag Data, Analyzing Geo-Business Data, Analyzing Geo-Spatial Resource Data, The Precision Farming Primer (online) and Beyond Mapping III (online).  He serves as the Keck Scholar in Geosciences at the University of Denver and an Adjunct Faculty member in Natural Resources at Colorado State University.

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Background Information

   RESUME/CV (.pdf)
   INTERNET PRESENCE (.html)

   BIOGRAPHICAL ESSAY by Toby Gray, Doctoral candidate, Geospatial Sciences, Mississippi State University (.pdf)
   PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
   EDUCATION
   BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
   RESEARCH AND CONSULTING INTERESTS
   Consulting Rates

Selected Presentations and Publications

   RECENT KEYNOTE, PLENARY AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS
   RECENT WORKSHOPS AND WORKING SESSIONS
   BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS
   JOURNAL ARTICLES and Other Periodicals
   CONFERENCE PAPERS and Major Reports


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (return to top)


1999 - Present
, W. M. Keck Scholar in Geosciences, Geography, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado — visiting scholar in the geosciences.  Present courses in GIS Modeling and series of seminars, lectures and workshops concerning the application of GIS modeling in a wide variety of academic disciplines; assist in the development of GIS research and teaching programs.  Graduate student advisor.

1994 - Present, Adjunct Faculty, Natural Resources, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado — Instructor in formal courses and workshops for professionals in GIS technology; graduate course in GIS Concepts; Osher Life Long Learning faculty member.  Graduate student advisor.

1988 - Present, Principal, Berry and Associates, Fort Collins, Colorado — Provide council to companies and organizations in the implementation of GIS technology. Advise in the development of applications models emphasizing natural resource management, environmental assessment, precision farming, and retail/financial systems. Present numerous keynote addresses, invited seminars and task force white papers on map analysis application and future directions in GIS.  Jointly developed products include MapCalc for grid-based map analysis, FRAGSTATS*ARC for landscape structure analysis and Virtual Forest for 3-D rendering and visualization of forested landscapes.

2003 - 2005, Senior Consultant, New Century Software, Fort Collins, Colorado — involved in the development of new products and project oversight.  Principal advisor and project manager for a web-based pipeline routing and evaluation project; developed surface flow algorithms for Spill Analyst software; advisor for advisor for a pipeline risk project. 

2000 - 2002, Special Projects Manager, Red Hen Systems, Fort Collins, Colorado — involved in the development of new products.  Principal advisor for the MapCalc software project in grid-based map analysis for Windows/NT environments; advise in development of site-specific and data mining applications for agriculture; assist in applications of video mapping and GIS multimedia. 

1989 - 1994, Associate Professor, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado — Established the GIS program and conducted research in map analysis and GIS modeling.

1986 - 2000, President, Spatial Information Systems, Inc., Fort Collins, Colorado — Directed development, sales and distribution of computer programs for grid-based spatial analysis, modeling and visualization.  More than 15,000 copies of the Professional Map Analysis Package (pMAP) for instruction, research and commercial use have been distributed. Converting the pMAP program to Visual C++ controls for Win/NT environments. 

1986 - 1988, President, Spatial Information Analysis, Inc., New Haven, Connecticut — Provided council to government organizations and private companies in the implementation of GIS technology and application modeling.   Presented eighty-two workshops on basic and advanced topics in GIS for a variety of universities, government organizations and private companies.

1976 - 1988, Associate Professor and Associate Dean, Yale University, Graduate School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, New Haven, Connecticut — Conducted research in map analysis and multivariate statistical analysis procedures. Jointly developed the Map Analysis Package (MAP) used in research and teaching throughout the world.  Established graduate research and instructional programs in GIS technology.  Associate dean duties included primary responsibilities for academic and administrative matters of the School.  Received Lilly foundation award and grant for excellence in teaching.

1970 - 1976, Research Associate, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado — Lead scientist for projects in spectral variations due to sun angle and soil conditions (NASA); spectral variability in mountainous terrain (Army, USFS); plant canopy reflectance modeling, techniques for spatial analysis of patterns, procedures for extracting plant canopy geometry and utilizing mathematically modeled information for spectral classification (Army, NASA); computer classification of snow depth, determination of hydrologic modeling parameters from remote sensing data, vegetation series, and wildlife habitat types (USFS, NASA, NSF).

1969 - 1970, 1st Lieutenant, US Army Signal CorpsConsecutively acted as Platoon Leader, Battalion Adjutant, Battalion Intelligence Officer, and Company Commander. Company commander duties included command of 176 personnel, control of a $1.5 million dollar property book and responsibility for the fixed installation communications of the 2nd Infantry Division, Camp Casey, Korea.

1967 - 1969, Research Assistant, University of California, Berkeley, California — Assisted in field data collection and analysis for remote sensing research.  Designed and constructed a four-band optical combiner for imagery enhancement.  Assisted in the design and construction of a flatbed optical scanner.    (Revised 12/08)  


EDUCATION  (return to top)

 

Ph.D. emphasizing computer processing of remote sensing data, Colorado State University, 1976

 

Dissertation Topic: Extracting Intrinsic Scene Features Through Plant Canopy Reflectance Modeling, using computer modeling to predict vegetative biomass, composition and structure from multispectral response; sponsored by NASA and DOD.

 

M.S. in Business emphasizing real estate and operations research, Colorado State University, 1973

 

Master’s Thesis: Applications of the Program Evaluation and Review Technique (PERT) in the Planning Process, Real Estate Series paper No. 360-5, Colorado State University, 1974.  E. Prill, E. Waples and J. Berry.

 

B.S. in Forestry emphasizing photogrammetry, University of California, Berkeley, 1969


BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH  (return to top)

 

Joseph K. Berry is a leading consultant and educator in the application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology.  He is the principal of Berry and Associates // Spatial Information Systems (BASIS), consultants and software developers in GIS technology and the author of the "Beyond Mapping" column for GeoWorld magazine since 1989.  He has written over two hundred papers on the theory and application of map analysis techniques, and is the author of the popular books Beyond Mapping (Wiley, 1993), Spatial Reasoning (Wiley 1995) and Map Analysis (GeoTec Media, 2007).  Since 1976, he has presented college courses and professional workshops on geospatial technology to thousands of individuals from a wide variety of disciplines.  Dr. Berry conducted basic research and taught courses in GIS for twelve years at Yale University's Graduate School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and is currently the W. M. Keck Visiting Scholar in Geosciences at the University of Denver and an Adjunct Faculty member in Natural Resources at Colorado State University. 

 

Dr. Berry's research and consulting emphasizes grid-based map analysis and GIS modeling for better understanding of spatial patterns and relationships.  Such studies have involved the spatial characterization of timber supply, outdoor recreation opportunity, comprehensive land use plans, wildlife habitat, wildfire risk and impact, marine ecosystem populations, haul road networks, surface and ground water hydrology, island resources planning, retail market analysis, in-store movement analysis, hazardous waste site location, air pollution modeling, optimal routing of infrastructure, precision agriculture and site-specific management.  Of particular concern, have been applications that fully incorporate map analysis and modeling into the decision-making process through spatial consideration of social and economic factors, as well as physical characteristics and conditions.    (Revised 06/09)

 

Research and Consulting Interests (return to top)

 

Keywords: Geographic Information Systems, Geospatial Technology, Geotechnology, Grid-based Map Analysis, GIS Modeling, Spatial Analysis, Spatial Data Mining, Multimedia Mapping, Map Visualization, Geospatial Resource Management, Precision Agriculture, Geo-Business, Wildfire Risk Mapping, Least Cost Path Routing.

 

Interests: Research interests involve the development of new procedures, models and software systems for the application of spatial analysis and data mining to a wide variety of disciplines including natural resources management, precision agriculture, infrastructure routing, and geo-business.  Recent projects include infusing stakeholder perspectives into GIS models, use of optimal path and corridor analysis in siting pipelines and electric transmission lines, web delivery of spatial analysis capabilities, assessing visual exposure, applying geotechnology for precision conservation management, precision agriculture systems development, retail competition analysis and spatial factors affecting shopper propensity.   (Revised 06/09)

 

KEYNOTE, PLENARY AND INVITED PRESENTATIONS (return to top)

 

1.      Precision Agriculture's Bold New Era: A Brief History, Current Expression and Radical New Directions, Precision Ag 2.0 Conference, February 11-12, 2014, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  Plenary address.

2.      Returning the Scientific Horse to in Front of the Technical Cart, Precision Ag 2.0 Conference, February 11-12, 2014, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.  Breakout session.

3.      Closing Panel on Geospatial STEM, Geospatial Conference of the West (GeCo West), September 16, 2013, Laramie, WY.  Plenary panel. 

4.      Future Directions of Map Analysis and GIS Modeling: Where We are Headed and How We Can Get There, 2013 Arkansas GIS Symposium, September 13, 2013, Rogers, AR.  Keynote address.  (Link to PowerPoint; 10MB)

5.      SpatialSTEM: A Mathematical Structure for Teaching and Communicating Fundamental Concepts in Spatial Reasoning, Map Analysis and GIS Modeling, University of Arkansas, Geosciences Colloquium, September 13, 2013, Fayetteville, AR.  University Colloquium.  (Link to PowerPoint; 10.6MB)

6.      Map Analysis and Modeling in Forestry’s Future: Where We are Headed and How We Can Get There, Esri Forestry GIS Solutions Conference, April30-May3, 2012, Redlands, CA.  Plenary session.  (Link to PowerPoint, 6MB; Video of Presentation –video of presentation, 39 minutes)

7.      Map-ematically Messing with Maps: Extending Traditional Math/Stat to Grid-based Map Analysis and Modeling, Colorado State University, January 30, 2012, Fort Collins, CO.  General seminar.  (Link to PowerPoint; 8.5MB)

8.      Future Directions of GIS in Forestry: Extending Grid-based Map Analysis and Geo-web Capabilities, Esri Forestry GIS Solutions Conference, May 24-26, 2011, Redlands, CA.  Plenary session.  (Link to PowerPoint; 7.5MB)

9.      Geotechnology in Transition: Evolution, Current Practice, Trends and Future Directions that are Moving Us Beyond Mapping, Geospatial Workshop for the City of Oslo, Oslo, Norway, September 2, 2010.  Keynote address.  (Link to PowerPoint; 14MB).

10.     Education Panel GeoTec 2010: GIS in Higher Education, 24th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, April 12-15, 2010.  Special session.

11.     Opening Plenary Panel GeoTec 2010: Geospatial Technology Outlook, 24th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, April 12-15, 2010.  Plenary session.

12.     Geotechnology in Transition: Brief History, Current Practices, Trends and Future Directions, ESRI Southwest User’s Group Conference, Pueblo, Colorado, October 19-23, 2009.  Keynote address.  (Link to PowerPoint; 14MB).

13.     Panel on Geospatial Jobs and the 2009 Economy, Location Intelligence Conference, Denver, Colorado, October 5-7, 2009.  Plenary session.

14.     Panel on GIS Career Opportunities, GIS in the Rockies, Loveland, Colorado, September 16-18, 2009.  Special session.

15.     Opening Plenary Panel GeoTec 2009: Geospatial Technology Outlook, 23rd Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 1-4, 2009.  Plenary session.

16.     Geotechnology: Potential and Pitfalls of Applying Map Analysis in Natural Resources, Pingree Park Alumni Reunion, Warner College of Natural Resources, Colorado State University, August 8-10, 2008.  Plenary address.  (Link to PowerPoint; 10MB).

17.     So Where Is Precision Ag, 9th International Conference on Precision AgricultureDenver, Colorado, July 21-23 2008.  Keynote address.  (Link to PowerPoint; 7.6MB; Podcast; Podcast/Slide Time Marks for simultaneous viewing) and Plenary Question Session (link to Question Responses).

18.     Opening Plenary Panel GeoTec 2008Geospatial Technology Outlook, 22nd Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, June 3-4, 2008.  Plenary session.

19.     GIS and Technical OZ: A Discussion of the History, Driving Forces and Future Directions Guiding the Evolution/Revolution of Geotechnology, 23rd New York State Geographic Information Systems Conference, Albany, New York, October 1-3, 2007.  Keynote address.  (Link to PowerPoint)

20.     Mapping Geotechnology: A Brief History and Probable Future of Geotechnology, Association of American Geographers, Great Plains – Rocky Mountain Region Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, September 28-29, 2007.  Keynote address.  (Link to PowerPoint)

21.     Opening Plenary Panel GISR 2007Service Oriented Architecture’s Implications on GIS Technology, GIS in the Rockies Conference, Denver, September 12-14, 2007.  Plenary session.

22.     Opening Plenary Panel GeoTec 2007Geospatial Technology Outlook, 21st Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, May 14-17, 2007.  Plenary session.

23.     Not Your Grandfather’s MapGeo-Gathering Conference, Estes Park, Colorado, May 7-8, 2007.  Keynote address.

24.     So Where Is Precision Ag: A Brief History, Current Expression and Future Directions, Nebraska Agricultural Technologies Association Conference, Grand Island, Nebraska, February, 2007.  Keynote address.

25.     Overview of Multimedia MappingNorthern Alberta Institute of Technology, GIS Day Symposium, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, November, 2006.  Plenary address.

26.     Geotechnology in Agriculture: Getting It Right, Geographic Information and Spatial Technologies conference, Ag Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, October, 2006.  Keynote address.

27.     Opening Plenary Panel GeoTec 2006: Geospatial Technology Outlook, 20th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, June, 2006.  Plenary session.

28.     Spatial Reasoning in a World of MapsGeoAlberta Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, May, 2006.  Keynote address.

29.     Geotechnology in the Technical Land of OzNorthern Alberta Institute of Technology, GIS Day Symposium, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, November, 2005.  Keynote address.

30.     Opening Plenary Panel GeoTec 2005: Future Directions in the Spatial Technologies, 19th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, February, 2005.  Plenary session.

31.     Getting Your Arms Around Geospatial Technology, Geospatial Information Systems and Science Forum, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, November, 2004.  Keynote address.

32.     Closing Plenary Panel GeoTec 200418th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, March, 2004.  Closing panel on Future Directions in the Spatial Technologies.  Plenary session.

33.     GIS in Transition: Moving Maps to Mapped Data, Spatial Analysis and Beyond, NW ESRI Users’ Group Conference, Stevenson, Washington, September 16-18, 2003.  Keynote address.  (Keynote.ppt 13MB)

34.     Precision Agriculture: Brief History, Current Realities and Probable Future Directions, USDA Service Center Agencies National Geospatial Conference, Houston, Texas, June 9-13, 2003.  Plenary address. 

35.     Closing Plenary Panel GeoTec 2003: Current and Future State of Spatial Technology, 17th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; March 16-19, 2003.  Plenary session.

36.     Understanding Spatial Analysis and Statistics, New Frontiers in GIS, Red Hen Systems Annual Conference, Fort Collins, Colorado, March 13-14, 2003.  Plenary address and closing panel.

37.     New Frontiers for GIS in Agricultural Research, 2nd Annual Geo-Spatial Technologies in Agriculture Symposium, University of California Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier, California; January 29-31, 2003.  Keynote address.

38.     Closing Plenary Panel GeoTec 2002: Future Directions in the Spatial Technologies, 16th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; April 8-11, 2002.  Plenary session.

39.     GIS at the Crossroads: From Where is What and Wow, to Why and So What, ESRI Users’ Group Conference, Sacramento, California; January 14-17, 2002.  Keynote address.

40.     GIS Technology in Transition: An Appraisal of Past Experience and Probable Future, 2001 Spatial Odyssey Conference,  U. S. National Park Service, Primm Valley Resort, Nevada; December 3-7, 2001.  Keynote address.

41.     The State of Precision Ag Technology, Society for Engineering in Agriculture Annual Meeting, Rocky Mountain Section, Fort Collins, Colorado; November 2, 2001.  Keynote address.

42.     Future Directions in GIS Technology: Moving Beyond Abstract Reality (an Oxymoron), New Frontiers in GIS, Red Hen Systems Annual Conference, Fort Collins, Colorado; March 7-8, 2002.  Keynote address and closing panel.

43.     Closing Plenary Panel GIS 2001: Current and Future State of Spatial Technology, 15th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; February 19-22, 2001.  Plenary session.

44.     Managing Agricultural Resources with Geographic Information SystemsFarmTech 2001 Conference, Santa Barbara, California; February 4-6, 2001.  Keynote address.

45.     The State of Precision Ag Technologies, 4th Kansas Precision Agriculture Conference, Great Bend, Kansas; January 30-31, 2001.  Keynote address.

46.     Applying Map Analysis Techniques to Site-Specific Management, Southwest Agriculture Conference, Ridgetown, Ontario, Canada; January 3-4, 2001.  Keynote address.

47.     Information Technology: The Cornerstone in Agriculture and Resource Management, Meeting on the Use of Information Technology to Improve Management Decisions in Agriculture and Natural Resource Management, Brighton, Colorado; November 29-30, 2000.  Keynote address.

48.     Site-Specific Agriculture, 4th Successes in Precision Agriculture Conference, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada; November 15-16, 2000.  Keynote address.

49.     Thinking with Maps, Public Technology Conference, Denver, Colorado; April 6-8, 2000.  Invited paper.

50.     Closing Plenary Panel GIS 2000: The Future of Geospatial Technology, 14th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, March 13-16, 2000.  Plenary session.

51.     Agricultural Technology for the 21st Century, 3rd Annual FarmTech Conference, Santa Barbara, California; January 23-25, 2000.  Keynote address.

52.     Site-Specific Agriculture: Current Realities, Possibilities and Trends, 4th Success in Precision Agriculture Conference, Assiniboine College, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada; November 15, 1999.  Keynote address.

53.     Thinking Spatially Into the Next Millennium: Past, Present and Future Directions in GIS Technology, 6th EPPL/EPIC Conference, Minnesota DNR, St. Paul, Minnesota; October 27, 1999.  Keynote address.

54.     GIS Out of the Box: Current and Future Direction in GIS, Fall Colloquium Series, Department of Geography, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado; October 14, 1999.  Colloquium address.

55.     GeoBusiness Out of the Box: Discovering Our Common Threads, 1999 Business Geographics Conference, Chicago, Illinois; October 5, 1999. Keynote address.

56.     A World of Change: Dreams, Realities and Future Directions in GIS Education, W.M. Keck Geosciences Center Dedication, University of Denver, Denver, Colorado; September, 29, 1999.  Luncheon address.

57.     Spatial Technologies in Agri-Business Mini-Conference, 1999 Business Geographics Conference, Chicago, Illinois; October 4, 1999. Plenary address.

58.     GIS and the Team Concept, 40th Technical Conference, American Design Drafting Association, Denver, Colorado; May 6-7, 1999.  Keynote address.

59.     Where Do We Go From Here: Past, Present and Future Directions of GIS Technology, U.S. Geological Survey 1999 GIS Conference, Denver, Colorado; April 19-20, 1999.  Keynote address.

60.     Advanced 3-D Visualization Techniques for Forest Management and Research, Invited Speaker Series, Geography Department, University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado; March 5, 1999.  Invited seminar.

61.     Managing Agricultural Resources with Geographic Information Systems, FarmTech '99 Conference, Rincon Publishing, Santa Barbara, California; January 17-19, 1999.  Keynote address.

62.     Planting the Seeds of High-Tech Farming, Precision Agriculture: The Future of Farming Conference, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension, Brighton, Colorado; December 10-11, 1998.  Keynote address.

63.     From Landscapes to Cogniscapes: Thinking with Maps for Effective Natural Resource Decisions, SOFOR GIS '98 Conference, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia; October 28-29, 1998.  Keynote address.

64.     GIS Technology on the Farm, Mid-America GIS Symposium, Lincoln, Nebraska; May 4-7, 1998. Co-organizer of a Functional Discipline Group on Agriculture.  Plenary address.

65.     Brainstorming the Precision Farming Process, Insight '98 Meeting, Farmland Industries, Kansas City, Kansas; July 28, 1998.  Invited seminar, two plenary sessions (introductory and intermediate) and special session for researchers.

66.     Understanding Business Applications of GIS Technology, Invited Speaker Series, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming; April 29, 1998.  Invited seminar.

67.     Mapping the <:Street><:address>Yellow Brick Road: Dreams, Realities and Future Directions of GIS Technology, 9th Annual Montana/Idaho GIS Conference, Butte, Montana; April 27-29, 1998.  Keynote address.

68.     Restructuring GIS's Role in Decision-Making, GIS '98/RT '98 Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada; April 7-9, 1998, 1998.  Plenary address.

69.     Positioning Yourself in the Spatial Technologies, Invited Speaker Series, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, February 23, 1998 and The Metropolitan State University, Denver, Colorado, March 25, 1998.  Invited seminar.

70.     Is Technology Ahead of Science?, Intensive Wheat Management Conference, Denver, Colorado; March 4-5, 1998.  Keynote address.

71.     Managing Field Variability, Western Precision Agriculture Conference, Boise, Idaho; January 26-27, 1998.  Plenary address.

72.     GIS/GPS/IDI Technology in Production Agriculture: Building an Action Plan, FarmTech Conference, Santa Barbara, California; January 26-27, 1998.  Plenary address.

73.     What's Wrong with this Picture of Precision Farming, Conference on Precision Agriculture: Moving to New Production and Management Systems, Des Moines, Iowa; December 1 & 2, 1997.  Plenary address.

74.     Moving Input/Output to Thruput: Restructuring GIS’s Role in Decision-Making, SaskGIS ’97, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, October 28, 1997.  Keynote address.

75.     Jumping Through the GIS Looking Glass: Reflection, Introspection and Direction of GIS Technology, 7th Annual Ohio GIS, Columbus, Ohio; October 8, 1997.  Keynote address.

76.     Where Is GIS: Development, Directions and Delusions of a Maturing Technology, Minnesota GIS/LIS ’97, St. Cloud, Minnesota; October 1, 1997.  Keynote address.

77.     Taking GIS Farther, 3rd INFOAG Conference, Champaign, Illinois; August 6-8, 1997.  Keynote address.

78.     Education, Vocation and GIS Enlightenment, 6th Annual IMAGIN Forum, Lansing, Michigan; May 1-2, 1997.  Plenary address.

79.     GIS/GPS/IDI Technology in Production Agriculture, Western Precision Agriculture Conference, Pasco, Washington; February 18-19, 1997.  Plenary session.

80.     From the Map Room to the Boardroom: Moving GIS From Input to Thruput in Decision-Making, 7th Annual Nevada State GIS Conference, Reno, Nevada; January 22-24, 1997.  Keynote address.

81.     Identifying the Gaps, A*E*A User Conference on Providing Tools for a Knowledge-Based Agriculture, Chicago, Illinois; December 10-11, 1996. Keynote address.

82.     Map-ematics: Is There a Fundamental Math/Stat Structure Underlying GIS Technology?, seminars for Metro State College and Denver University, Denver, Colorado; December 2, 1996.  Visiting scholar.

83.     Managing Field Variability, Annual Meeting, Kansas Farm Bureau, Wichita, Kansas; November, 21-23, 1996.  Plenary session.

84.     Concepts and Issues in GIS Technology and Its Business Applications, International Modern Marketing Forum, American Marketing Association, Fort Collins, Colorado; July 31, 1996.  Keynote address.

85.     From Pretty Maps to Mapped Data, 3rd International Conference on Precision Agriculture, Minneapolis, Minnesota; June 23-26, 1996.  Special working session.

86.     Forces and Trends in the Spatial Technologies, Advanced Spatial Technologies Workshop, MAFES, Mississippi State University; March 12-14, 1996.  Keynote address.

87.     Managing Field Variability, GIS ’96 International Symposium, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; March 18-21, 1996.  Invited seminar.

88.     GIS Education: Moving Beyond Mapping Toward Spatial Reasoning, lectures for the Universities of Natal, Stellenbosch and Capetown, Republic of South Africa; February 22-23, 1996.  Visiting scholar.

89.     Where Is GIS?Spatial Data Mapping, Management and More, Earth Data Information Systems Conference (EDIS ’96), Pretoria, Republic of South Africa; February 19-21, 1996.  Keynote address.

90.     What GIS Is (and isn’t): Understanding a New Technology, series of lectures for Louisiana State University; February 2, 1996.  Visiting scholar.

91.     Field Variability and Precision Farming: A Myriad of Approaches and Issues, AFBF National Advisory Committee Meetings, New Orleans, Louisiana; January 31-3 February, 1996.  Keynote address.

92.     Managing Field Variability: GPS/GIS/IDI Technology in Production Agriculture, National Alliance of Independent Crop Consultants national meeting, Orlando, Florida; January 27, 1996.  Plenary address.

93.     Approaches and Issues in Precision Farming, American Farm Bureau Federation national convention, Reno, Nevada; January 8, 1996.  Plenary address.

94.     Uncovering the Ag Research Agenda, USDA-ARS Open Meeting on Precision Farming, Fort Collins, Colorado; December 7, 1995.  Keynote address.

95.     GIS Technology in Precision Farming, American Farm Bureau Federation Information Technology Council Meeting; November 20, 1995.  Keynote address.

96.     Forces and Trends in Spatial Data Mapping, Management, Modeling and More, MapInfo Developer's Conference, Miami, Florida; November 1-4, 1995.  Keynote address.

97.     Guessing Is Simpler: The Driving Forces, Trends, Impacts and Probable Future of GIS Technology, 2nd MAGIC Conference on GIS Technology, Scottsdale, Arizona; August 14-15, 1995.  Keynote address.

98.     Where Is GIS?: Driving Forces, Trends and Probable Future, TSU/GIS '95, Eighth Annual Geographic Information Systems Conference, Towson, Maryland; June 7-8, 1995.  Keynote address.

99.     Is CAD Behind or Beyond Mapping?, Autodesk World Sales Conference, Phoenix, Arizona; May 21-26, 1995.  Plenary address.

100.    What GIS Is (and Isn't): Understanding a New Technology, Cutting-Edge Colloquium, Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington; April 24-26, 1995.  Visiting scholar.

101.    Where Is GIS?-- Forces, Trends and Forecasts, GIS in Arkansas: Meeting Tomorrow's Challenges, Fayetteville, Arkansas; April 30-2, 1995.  Keynote address.

102.    Innovative Decision Support: The Future of GIS, Fourth Annual IMAGIN Forum, Lansing, Michigan; April 10-11, 1995.  Keynote address.

103.    Considerations in GIS Education and Training, Fourth Annual IMAGIN Forum, Lansing, Michigan; April 10-11, 1995.  Luncheon address.

104.    GIS in Production Agriculture, GIS ’95 International Symposium, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; March 29, 1995.  Invited seminar.

105.    Do’s and Don’t: Relating Natural Resource’s GIS Experience to Agriculture, National Forum for Agriculture, Des Moines, Iowa; February 28, 1995.  Plenary address.

106.    From the Knowledge Age to the Information Age: The Application of GIS to Agriculture Land Use, The Western Institute for Agricultural Land Use, Denver, Colorado; February 16, 1995.  Keynote address.


 

WORKSHOPS AND WORKING SESSIONS (return to top)

 

1.      GIS in Forestry and Natural Resources: Current Analytical Capabilities and Future Directions, special presentation for the Faculty Delegation from Wondo Genet College of Natural Resources, Hawassa University, Ethiopia, April 11, 2014, Colorado State University.  Special presentation with teaching materials.

2.      GIS Modeling: graduate course in grid-based Map Analysis continuously taught from 1977-present (Yale University 1977-1989, Colorado State University 1990-1998 and the University of Denver, 1999-present).  (Link to most recent course materials, including lectures, readings, exercises and software for hands-on experience in grid-based map analysis and modeling)

3.      SpatialSTEM: A Mathematical/Statistical Framework for Understanding and Communicating Map Analysis and Modeling, Geospatial Conference of the West (GeCo West), September 16, 2013, Laramie, WY, September 16, 2013.  Half-day intermediate workshop.  (Link to workshop materials)

4.      SpatialSTEM: A Mathematical/Statistical Framework for Understanding and Communicating Map Analysis and Modeling, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, St. Louis Facility (with video-teleconference to NGA in Springfield, VA), April 30, 2013.  Half-day intermediate workshop.  (Link to workshop materials)

5.      SpatialSTEM: A Mathematical/Statistical Framework for Understanding and Communicating Map Analysis and Modeling, University of Colorado, Denver Campus, three-parts presented November 1 and 2, 2012.  Six-hour intermediate workshop. 

6.      SpatialSTEM: A Mathematical/Statistical Framework for Understanding and Communicating Map Analysis and Modeling, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO, four-parts presented from August 29 through September 14, 2012.  6 hours intermediate workshop. 

7.      Map Analysis and Modeling: Instructor Materials for Labs, Workshops and Courses, GIS in Higher Education Summit, Pikes Peak Community College, April 30, 2010.  1.5 hour special session.  (Link to workshop materials, 15MB)

8.      Map Analysis and Modeling: Instructor Materials for Labs, Workshops and Courses, 24th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, April 12-15, 2010.  1.5 hour special session.  (Link to workshop materials, 15MB)

9.      Grid-based Map Analysis and Modeling: Applying Raster Analysis in a Vector World, ESRI Southwest User’s Group Conference, Pueblo, Colorado, October 19-23, 2009.  1.5 hour technical session.  (Link to Background paper and PowerPoint, 21MB)

10.     GIS Modeling and Application Issues, GeoTec 23th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 1-4, 2009.  Full-day.

11.     Grid-based Map Analysis and GIS Modeling, an intermediate workshop on grid-based map analysis principles, procedures, considerations and applications, Pecora 17 Conference, ASPRS, Denver, Colorado, November 16-20, 2008.  Full-day.

12.     GIS Modeling and Application Issues, GeoTec 22nd Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, June 3-5, 2008.  Full-day.

13.     Grid-based Map Analysis Techniques and Modeling, a 3-day hands-on workshop for faculty, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota, March 19-21, 2008.  18 contact hours.  (link to Materials)

14.     Grid-based Map Analysis Techniques and Modeling, 23rd New York State Geographic Information Systems Conference, Albany, New York, October 1-3, 2007.  1.5 hour technical session.  (link to Materials)

15.     Map Analysis: Understanding Spatial Patterns and Relationships, a special 3-hour session on infusing grid-based map analysis into academic curricula, GeoTec 21th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, May 14-17, 2007. 

16.     Multimedia Mapping, Association of American Geographers, Great Plains – Rocky Mountain Region Annual Meeting, Denver, Colorado, September 28-29, 2007.  2.5 hour hands-on session.  (link to Materials)

17.     GIS Modeling, GeoTec 21th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, May 14-17, 2007.  Full-day.

18.     Analyzing Precision Ag DataNebraska Agricultural Technologies Association Conference, Grand Island, Nebraska, February, 2007.  3-hour technical session.

19.     Basics of Multimedia MappingNorthern Alberta Institute of Technology, GIS Day Symposium, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, November, 2006.  1-hour technical session.

20.     Analyzing Precision Ag Data, Geographic Information and Spatial Technologies conference, Ag Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, October, 2006.  Three-hour intermediate session.

21.     GIS Modeling, GeoTec 20th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, June, 2006.  Full-day.

22.     Grid-based Map Analysis Techniques and GIS Modeling, GeoAlberta Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, May, 2006.  Half-day workshop with introductory and follow-on intermediate sessions.

23.     Applying Raster Analysis in a Vector WorldGIS-T Conference, Columbus, Ohio, March, 2005.  Half-day intermediate workshop.

24.     Grid-based Map Analysis Techniques and GIS ModelingNorthern Alberta Institute of Technology, GIS Day Symposium, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, November, 2005.  2-hour intermediate workshop.

25.     Applying Raster Analysis in a Vector World, Geospatial Information Systems for Transportation Symposium, Lincoln, Nebraska, April, 2005.  Half-day intermediate workshop.

26.     Grid-based Map Analysis and GIS Modeling, American Association of Geographers Conference, Denver, Colorado, April, 2005.  Half-day.  (download, PowerPoint, Software, Exercises, and Data used in the workshop).

27.     GIS Modeling, GeoTec 19th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, BC, Canada, February, 2005.  Full-day.

28.     Grid-based Map Analysis Techniques and GIS Modeling, Geospatial Information Systems and Science Forum, Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, November, 2004.  Three-hour session.

29.     Grid-based Map Analysis and GIS Modeling, GIS in the Rockies, Denver, Colorado, October, 2004.  Half-day session.

30.     Grid-based Map Analysis Techniques and Modeling, ASPRS Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, May, 2004.  Half-day session.  (download, PowerPoint, Software, Exercises, and Data used in the workshop).

31.     GIS Modeling in Ecosystem Management, Workshop for Federal Ecosystem Managers, CEEM, Colorado State University, April, 2004.  Full-day.

32.     Grid-Based Map Analysis Techniques and Modeling, an intermediate-level workshop for Northwest ESRI Users’ Group Conference, Stevenson, Washington, September 16-18, 2003.  Two-hour session. 

33.     Analyzing Precision Ag Data, USDA Service Center Agencies National Geospatial Conference, Houston, Texas, June 9-13, 2003.  Three-hour session.  (download, PowerPoint, Software, Exercises, and Data used in the workshop).

34.     GIS Modeling in Ecosystem Management, Continuing Education in Ecosystem Management Workshop Series, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, April 16, 2003.  Full-day.

35.     GIS Modeling, GeoTec Conference, 17th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, BC, Canada, March16-19, 2003.  Full-day.

36.     Applying Spatial Statistics and Analysis to Agriculture, Second Annual Geo-Spatial Technologies in Agriculture Symposium, University of California Kearney Agricultural Center, Parlier, California, January 29-31, 2003.  2-hour Introductory and 4-hour Advanced sessions.

37.     Grid-Based Map Analysis: An Intermediate Workshop in Concepts, Procedures and Considerations in Analyzing Mapped Data, GIS in the Rockies Conference, Denver, Colorado, October 8, 2002.  Half-day.

38.     Introduction to GIS for Tribal Leaders and Managers, Sinte Gleska University, Sioux Nation, Mission, South Dakota, October 3, 2002.  Half-day.

39.     Integrating Maps Into Teaching and Community Projects: A Hands-On Experience, Sinte Gleska University, Sioux Nation, Mission, South Dakota, October 4, 2002.  Full-day.

40.     Analyzing Precision Ag Data, AgKnowledge GIS Faculty Development Workshop, Kirkwood College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, August 12-15, 2002.  Half-day.

41.     Maps and Images on the Internet, AgKnowledge GIS Faculty Development Workshop, Kirkwood College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, August 12-15, 2002.  Half-day.

42.     GIS Modeling in Ecosystem Management, Continuing Education in Ecosystem Management Workshop Series, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, April 17, 2002.  Full-day.

43.     GIS Modeling, GeoTec Conference, 16th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, April 8, 2002.  Full-day.

44.     Grid-based GIS Modeling, part of the Advanced Geospatial Analysis Course, Space Imaging, Thornton, Colorado, February 28, 2002.  Half-day.

45.     Grid-Based Modeling: Concepts, Procedures and Considerations in Spatial Analysis, Surface Modeling and Spatial Data Mining, ESRI Users’ Group Conference, Sacramento, California, January 14-17, 2002.  Full-day.

46.     GIS Modeling and Application Issues, 2001 Spatial Odyssey Conference, U. S. National Park Service, Primm Valley Resort, Nevada, December 4, 2001.  Full-day.

47.     GIS Modeling and Application Issues, 3rd International Conference on Geospatial Information in Agriculture and Forestry, Denver, Colorado, November 4, 2001.  Full-day.

48.     GIS Modeling in Education, GIS in the Rockies Conference, Denver, Colorado, September 18, 2001.  Half-day.

49.     The State of Precision Ag Technology, Simplot Ag Technology Meeting, Boise, Idaho, August 14, 2001.  Half-day.

50.     GIS for Non-GIS Educators, short course for Middlebury, Vassar and Mt. Holyoke Colleges faculty and staff, Middlebury, Vermont, June 24 – July 6, 2001.  Two-weeks.

51.     GIS Modeling in Ecosystem Management, Continuing Education in Ecosystem Management Workshop Series, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, March 11, 2001.  Full-day.

52.     GIS Modeling Workshop, GIS 2001 Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, February 18, 2001.  Full-day.

53.     Applying Map Analysis Techniques to Site-Specific Management, 4th Kansas Precision Agriculture Conference, Great Bend, Kansas, January 30-31, 2001.  

54.     Exploring Spatial Information and Analysis in Agriculture, Red Hen Systems, Fort Collins, Colorado, August 17-18, 2000.

55.     GIS Mapping for the Pros, 4th Successes in Precision Agriculture Conference, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada, November 15-16, 2000. 

56.     GIS Modeling in Ecosystem Management, Continuing Education in Ecosystem Management Workshop Series, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, March 31, 2000.

57.     GIS Modeling Workshop, GIS 2000 Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, March 12, 2000. 

58.     Precision Agriculture: What It Is (and Isn't), Pecora 14 Conference, Denver, Colorado, December 6, 1999.

59.     GIS Mapping for the Pros: Moving PF Data to Decisions, 4th Success in Precision Agriculture Conference, Assiniboine College, Brandon, Manitoba, November 15, 1999.  

60.     Analysis of Landscape Structures: Mini-Workshop on Assessing Shape, Pattern, Arrangement and Fragmentation, 6th EPPL/EPIC Conference, Minnesota DNR, St. Paul, Minnesota, October 26, 1999.  

61.     Beyond Mapping: Concepts in Spatial Analysis and Modeling Mini-Workshop, 6th EPPL/EPIC Conference, Minnesota DNR, St. Paul, Minnesota, October 26, 1999.  

62.     Workshop on GIS Modeling, U.S. Geological Survey 1999 GIS Conference, Denver, Colorado, April 19, 1999.

63.     Workshop on Landscape Analysis and Visualization, U.S. Geological Survey 1999 GIS Conference, Denver, Colorado, April 20, 1999.

64.     GIS Modeling in Ecosystem Planning and Management, Continuing Education in Ecosystem management Workshop, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, March 31, 1999.

65.     12th GIS in Production Agriculture Conference, Ag-Chem Technology & Education Center, Jackson, Minnesota, March 15-19, 1999.

66.     What GIS IS (and isn't): Fundamentals and Applications of a New Technology, Watershed Partnerships Seminar, U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Western Management Development Center, Aurora, Colorado, March 8, 1999.

67.     GIS Modeling and Application Issues, GIS'99 Conference, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, March 1, 1999.

68.     Inside the GIS Toolbox, Precision Agriculture: The Future of Farming Conference, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension, Brighton, Colorado, December 10-11, 1998.

69.     GIS Modeling and Application Issues, one-day workshop on principles, procedures and practice in  GIS Modeling, SOFOR GIS '98 Conference, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, Montana, October 27, 1998.

70.     What GIS IS (and isn't): A Resource Manager's Perspective, one-day workshop on principles, procedures and practice in applying GIS in natural resources, Western Executive Seminar Series, U.S. Office of personnel Management, Denver, Colorado, August 27, 1998.

71.     11th GIS in Production Agriculture Conference, five-day workshop on the principles of precision farming (introduction through advanced), Farmer's Software Association, Vail, Colorado, August 17-21, 1998.

72.     GIS/GPS/IDI Technology in Production Agriculture, half-day workshop on the principles of precision farming, Mid-America GIS Conference, Lincoln, Nebraska, May 4, 1998.

73.     GIS Modeling and Application Issues, one-day workshop on principles, procedures and practice in  GIS Modeling, 9th Annual Montana/Idaho GIS Conference, Butte, Montana, April 27, 1998.

74.     GIS Modeling and Application Issues, one-day workshop on principles, procedures and practice in  GIS Modeling, GIS '98/RT '98 Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, April 7-9, 1998.

75.     GIS Modeling in Ecosystem Management, one-day workshop on principles, procedures and practice in applying GIS in ecosystem management, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, April 1, 1998.

76.     From Yield Maps to Management Actions, one-day workshop on the principles of precision farming, Terra Industries, St. Louis, Missouri, March 3, 1998.

77.     Uncovering Industry’s and University’s Roles in Precision Farming, two-hour working session for invited leaders, Precision Agriculture: Moving to New Production and Management Systems, Agriculture Electronics Association and Iowa State University, Des Moines, Iowa, December 1 and 2, 1997.

78.     Precision Farming: GIS/GPS/IDI Technology in Production Agriculture, half-day workshop on the principles of precision farming, Assiniboine College, Brandon, Manitoba, Canada, November 13, 1997.

79.     Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Aboriginal Lands Management, five day workshop for First Nation People, The Banff Centre for Management, Banff, Alberta Canada, November 2-7, 1997. Co-instructor Jhon Goes-In-Center.

80.     GIS Modeling and Application Issues, one-day workshop on principles and procedures in GIS modeling, SaskGIS ’97 Conference, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, October 28, 1997.

81.     GIS Modeling in Retail Applications, one-day intermediate workshop on GIS applications in market forecasting and financial analysis, HyperParallel Corporation, San Francisco, California, October 15, 1997.

82.     GIS Modeling and Application Issues, one-day intermediate session on principles and procedures in GIS modeling, Minnesota GIS/LIS ’97 Conference, Saint Cloud, Minnesota, October 1, 1997.

83.     GIS/GPS/IDI Technology in Production Agriculture, one-day introductory and intermediate sessions on precision farming, Cenex Land-of-Lakes Corporation, Minneapolis, Minnesota, September 30, 1997.

84.     What GIS IS (and Isn’t): The Fundamentals of a New Technology From a Resource Manager’s Perspective, one-day introductory workshop on GIS procedures and applications in natural resources, Western Executive Seminar Series, U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Denver, Colorado, September 4, 1997.

85.     9th GIS In Production Agriculture Workshop, five-day advanced session, Farmer’s Software Association, Vail, Colorado, August 18-22, 1997. Co-instructor Neil Havermale.

86.     GIS Technology and Modeling in Land Management, five-day workshop consisting of introductory and advanced sessions, The Metropolitan State College, Denver, Colorado, August 11-14, 1997.

87.     Using GIS Technology in Resource Management for NRCS Personnel, two-day introductory and intermediate sessions emphasizing mapped data issues, Fort Collins, Colorado, August 4-6, 1997.


 

BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS:  (return to top)

 

1.      Beyond Mapping Compilation Series, a compilation of over three hundred “Beyond Mapping” columns appearing in GeoWorld from 1989 to 2013.  J.K. Berry.   Note: the compilation is organized into four online and hardcopy books— GIS Modeling (2007 to 2013), Map Analysis (1996 to 2007), Spatial Reasoning (1993 to 1996) and Beyond Mapping (1989 to 1993).  Permission to use portions of the Beyond Mapping Compilation Series collection of columns for educational and non-commercial purposes is granted.

2.      Beyond Mapping III: Procedures and Applications in GIS Modeling, online book covering Beyond Mapping columns in GeoWorld from 1995-present.  J.K. Berry.  (Current/Chronological Listing of topics)

3.      GIS Modeling and Analysis, book chapter in Manual of Geographic Information Systems, edited by Marguerite Madden, Section 5, Chapter 29, pages 527-585, published by American Society for Photogrammetry, Bethesda, Maryland, USA, ISBN 1-57083-086-X, 2009.  J.K. Berry.

4.      Advances in Precision Conservation, book chapter in Advances in Agronomy edited by Donald L. Sparks, volume 98, chapter 1, pages 1-44, Elsevier publishers, 2008.  Jorge Delgado and J.K. Berry.

5.      Instructor’s Materials for Grid-based Map Analysis and Modeling,  a set of teaching materials for four levels of presentations—1 hour Overview Lecture, 2 hour Seminar, 8 hour Workshop and 10 week College Course …over 300 slides and hours of hands-on exercises describing the principles, procedures, considerations and practical applications of grid-based map analysis.  The College Course materials include laboratory lessons, projects and even exam questions and answers.  These materials support the companion book Map Analysis:Understanding Spatial Patterns and Relationships, by Joseph K. Berry (GeoMedia 2007).

6.      Map Analysis: Understanding Spatial Patterns and Relationships, book published by GeoTec Media, 2007.  J.K. Berry

7.      Analyzing Geospatial Resource Data: A Hands-On Case Study in Spatial Analysis and Data Mining, book published by BASIS Press, Fort Collins, Colorado, 2005, 244 pages, 148 illustrations with exercises and companion software.  J.K. Berry.

8.      Analyzing Geo-Business Data: A Hands-On Case Study in Spatial Analysis and Data Mining, book published by BASIS Press, Fort Collins, Colorado, 2003, 84 pages, 49 illustrations with exercises and companion software.  J.K. Berry.

9.      Analyzing Precision Ag Data: A Hands-On Case Study in Spatial Analysis and Data Mining, book published by BASIS Press, Fort Collins, Colorado, 2003, 84 pages, 49 illustrations with exercises and companion software.  J.K. Berry.

10.     Spatial Reasoning for Effective GIS, book published by Wiley and Sons Publishers, 1995, 208 pages.  J.K. Berry.

11.     Beyond Mapping: Concepts, Algorithms and Issues in GIS, book published by Wiley and Sons Publishers, 1993, 246 pages.  J.K. Berry.

12.     The Precision Farming Primer: GIS Technology and Site-Specific Management in Production Agriculture, online book covering Inside the GIS Toolbox columns in AgInnovator, 1993-2000.  J.K. Berry

13.     Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technology: A Brief History, Trends and Probable Future, book chapter in Geographic Information Systems in Petroleum Exploration and Development, Coburn, T.C. and J.M. Yarus, editors, Tulsa, OK: American Association of Petroleum Geologists, 2000.  J.K. Berry.

14.     MapCalc: The Map Analysis Calculator, educational and professional versions of the grid-based map analysis software including student and instructor materials; software distributed by Red Hen Systems, Fort Collins, Colorado.  J. K. Berry, co-developer and special project manager for system development, released 1999.  (link to online Review of MapCalc)

15.     GIS Technology in Environmental Management: A Brief History, Trends and Probable Future, book chapter in Global Environmental Policy and Administration, Soden and Steel, editors, Marcel Dekker Publishers, 1999, pgs. 49-76.  J.K. Berry.

16.     GIS Modeling: A Conceptual Framework and its Practical Expression, book chapter in GIS Applications in Natural Resource 2, GIS World Books, 1996.  J.K. Berry.

17.     Emergence and Role of Geographic Information Systems in Forest Management, book chapter in Forestry and Agroforestry, V7, Core Agricultural Literature Project, Cornell University, 1996.  J.K. Berry and W. Ripple.

18.     Digital Slide Shows on GIS Concepts (gCONTM), Version 3.0, PC-based software for self-instruction in map analysis, published by GIS World Books (Longman Publishing), Fort Collins, Colorado, 1995.  J.K. Berry.

19.     Implications of a Humane GIS, book chapter in 1995 Source Book, Association for Geographic Information, London, England, 1995, pages 57-62.  J.K. Berry.

20.     GIS Resolves Land Use Conflicts: A Case Study, book chapter in The GIS Applications Book: Examples in Natural Resources, American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing and American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Falls Church, Virginia, 1994, pages 281-285.  J.K. Berry.

21.     Emergence and Role of GIS in Natural Resource Information Systems, book chapter in The GIS Applications Book: Examples in Natural Resources, American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing and American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Falls Church, Virginia, 1994, pages 3-20.  J.K. Berry and W. Ripple.

22.     Defining Populations Potentially Exposed to Chemical Waste Mixtures Using Computer-Aided Mapping and Analysis, book chapter in Toxicology of Chemical Mixtures: From Real Life Examples to Mechanisms of Toxicological Interactions, Academic Press, New York, 1994, pages 473-503.  J.R. Nuckols, J.K. Berry, et. al.

23.     Cartographic Modeling: the Analytical Capabilities of GIS, book chapter in Geographic Information Systems and Environmental Modeling, Oxford University Press, Oxford, England, 1993, pages 58-74.  J.K. Berry.

24.     The Application of GIS to Mammalogy: Basic Concepts, book chapter in GIS Applications in Mammalogy, Oklahoma and Carnegie Museums of Natural History joint publication, 1993, pages 4-10.  J.K. Berry.

25.     Tutorial Map Analysis Package (tMAPTM), Version 3.0, PC-based software consisting of software, database and tutorials for self-instruction in map analysis, published by GIS World Books (Longman Publishing), Fort Collins, Colorado, released 1993.  J.K. Berry.

26.     GIS Industry Trends and Forecasts, book chapter in International GIS Source Book '94, GIS World Books, 1993, pages 248-253.  J.K. Berry, et. al.

27.     The Professional Map Analysis Package (pMAPTM) User's Manual and Technical Reference, commercial software for the analysis of mapped data, published by Spatial Information Systems, Incorporated, Fort Collins, Colorado, released 1993.  J.K. Berry and K.L. Reed. (replaced by MapCalc software 2000).

28.     GIS Resolves Land Use Conflicts: A Case Study, book chapter in 1993 International GIS Source Book, GIS World Books, 1992, pages 248-253.  J.K. Berry.

29.     GIS in Island Resource Planning: A Case Study in Map Analysis, book chapter in Geographical Information Systems: Principles and Applications, Longman Scientific and Technical Press, 1991, Vol 2:285-295.  J.K. Berry.

30.     Fundamental Operations in Computer-Assisted Map Analysis, book chapter in Fundamentals of Geographic Information Systems: A Compendium, American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing and American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Falls Church, Virginia, pp. 206-211, 1987.  J.K. Berry.

31.     A Spatial Analysis of Timber Supply, book chapter in Geographical Information Systems for Resource Management: A Compendium, American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing and American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Falls Church, Virginia, pages 206-211, 1987.  J.K. Berry and J.K. Sailor.

32.     A Cartographic Model for Assessing Roundwood Availability, book chapter in Wood Power: New perspectives in Forest Usage, B. Copeland editor, Pergamon Press, pp. 21-29, 1981.  J.K. Berry and C.D. Tomlin.

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES and Other Periodicals:  (return to top)

 

1.      Beyond Mapping, a continuing series of articles on advanced GIS concepts and analytical operations, GeoWorld Magazine, Adams Business Media Publishers, Chicago, Illinois, 1988-present (270+ columns as of June 2011).  J.K. Berry.   Note: search GeoWorld Archives on the key word “Beyond Mapping” for online articles back to 1996.

2.      SpatialSTEM: A New Perspective and Conceptual Framework for Grid-based Map Analysis and Modeling, invited Forestry Source feature article, Society of American Foresters, Bethesda, Maryland, May 2013.  J.K. Berry.  (click here for animated and annotated slides of the figures)

3.      A Mapping Firewall: Modeling and Visualizations Assess Wildfire Threats, Risks and Economic Exposure, invited GeoWorld feature article, Adams Business Media, Chicago, Illinois, October 2009, 22:10 20-24.  David Buckley, J.K. Berry and Jason Batchelor.

4.      Precision Agriculture to Precision Conservation, invited feature article in Vector1Media (http://vector1media.com/) an online international magazine promoting spatial design for a sustainable tomorrow, Part 2 of a two part series, March, 2008.  J.K. Berry, J.A. Delgado and R. Khosla.

5.      Precision Farming Advances Agricultural Sustainability, invited feature article in Vector1Media (http://vector1media.com/) an online international magazine promoting spatial design for a sustainable tomorrow, Part 1 of a two part series, February, 2008.  J.K. Berry, J.A. Delgado and R. Khosla.

6.      Advances in Precision Conservation, Journal of Advances in Agronomy, 2008, Advances in Precision Conservation, 98:1-44.  J.A. Delgado and J.K. Berry.

7.      Beyond Location, Location, Location, invited GeoWorld feature article, Adams Business Media, Chicago, Illinois, March 2006, 19:3 22-25.  J.K. Berry and K.L. Reed.

8.      Quantifying Wildfire Risk, invited GeoWorld feature article, Adams Business Media, Chicago, Illinois, Dec 2005, 18:12 34-37.  David Buckley, J.K. Berry, et. al.

9.      Applying Spatial Analysis for Precision Conservation Across the Landscape, J. of Soil and Water Conservation, Nov/Dec 2005, 60:6 22-29.  J.K. Berry, J. A. Delgado, R. Khosla and F.J. Pierce.

10.     A Consensus Method Finds Preferred Routing, invited GeoWorld feature article, Adams Business Media, Chicago, Illinois, April 2004, 17:4 24-27.  J. Glasgow, J.K. Berry, et. al.

11.     Precision Conservation for Environmental Sustainability, J. of Soil and Water Conservation, Nov/Dec 2003, 58:6 332-339.  J.K. Berry, J. A. Delgado, R. Khosla and F.J. Pierce.

12.     What’s a Map? …Media Mapping Is Redefining the Term, invited GeoWorld feature article, Adams Business Media, Chicago, Illinois, May 2001, 14:5 40-43.  B. Pfister, K. Burgess and J.K. Berry.

13.     Inside the GIS Toolbox, a series of articles on GIS technology issues in agriculture, @g/Innovator publication of Successful Farming on technology in agriculture, Meredith Publishing, Des Moines, Iowa, 1993-2001 (87 articles).  J.K. Berry.

14.     Who’s Minding the Farm, GeoEurope, Adams Business Media, Chicago, Illinois, August 2000.  J.K. Berry.

15.     Testing Your Precision Vision, interview on current issues and future directions, Precision Ag Illustrated, Clear Window Multimedia, August 1999.  J.K. Berry.

16.     Landscape Visualization, Analysis Notes, USFS Ecosystem Management Analysis, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1998, 8:2(7-11).  J.K. Berry, D. Buckley and C. Ulbricht.

17.     Who’s Minding the Farm, invited GeoWorld feature article, Adams Business Media, Chicago, Illinois, February 1998, 11:2 46-51.  J.K. Berry.

18.     Visualize Realistic Landscapes, invited GIS World feature article, Adams Business Media, Chicago, Illinois, August 1998, 11:8 42-47.  J.K. Berry, D. Buckley and C. Ulbricht.

19.     Mapping In-Store Shopper Movement and Sales, GBA News, GeoBusiness Association, Fort Collins, Colorado, February, 1998.  J.K. Berry

20.     Precision Farming: Innovative Technologies Modernize Conventional Techniques, invited GIS World feature article, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1998, 11:2(46-51).  J.K. Berry, G. Mangold and N. Havermale.

21.     Managing Field Variability, NAICC News, Memphis Tennessee, 1996, 10:4(4-5).  J.K. Berry.

22.     Object-Oriented Technology and Its GIS Expression, The Compiler, Florence, Alabama, 1996, 14:3(16-19).  J.K. Berry.

23.     Where Is GIS?: Driving Forces, Trends and Probable Future of GIS Technology in Natural Resource Applications, Earth Observation Magazine, July, 1995.  J.K. Berry.

24.     A Brief History and Probable Future of GIS in Natural Resources, The Compiler, Florence, Alabama, 1994, 12:1(8-10).  J.K. Berry.

25.     Assessing Spatial Impacts of Land Use Plans, Journal of Environmental Management, academic Press Inc., Vol. 27:1-9 1988.  J.K. Berry and J.K Berry.

26.     Fundamental Operations in Computer-Assisted Map Analysis, International Journal of Geographic Information Systems, Vol. 1, No. 2:119-136, Taylor & Francis, Ltd., 1987.  J.K. Berry.

27.     A Mathematical Structure for Analyzing Maps, Environmental Management, Springer-Verlag, Vol 11, No. 3, pp. 317-325, 1986.  J.K. Berry.

28.     The Use of a Geographic Information System for Storm Runoff Prediction from Small Urban Watersheds, Environmental Management, Vol. 11, No. 1:21-27, Springer-Verlag, New York, 1986. J.K. Berry and J.K. Sailor.

29.     Learning Computer-Assisted Map Analysis, Journal of Forestry, Society of American Foresters, Vol. 84 <:time Hour="10" Minute="39">10:39-43, 1986.  J.K. Berry.

30.     Learning Computer-Assisted Map Analysis, Journal of Forestry, Society of American Foresters, Vol. 84 10:39-43, 1986.  J.K. Berry.

31.     Spatial Information Systems: ‘Instant’ Maps for Analysis of Natural Resources Data, Special Libraries Journal, Vol. 72:3, 261-269, 1981.  J.K. Berry.

32.     An Academic Approach to Cartographic Modeling in Management of Natural Resources, in the Harvard Library of Computer Graphics, Vol. 11:13-19, 1979.  J.K. Berry and C.D. Tomlin.

33.     Extension of the Optical Diffraction Analysis Technique for Estimating Forest Canopy Geometry, Aust. J. Botany, Vol. 27: 575-588, 1979.  D.S. Kimes, J.A. Smith and J.K. Berry.

34.     Optical Diffraction Analysis for Estimating Foliage Angle Distribution in Grassland Canopies, Aust. J. Botany, Vol. 27: 123-133, 1979.  J.A. Smith and J.K. Berry.

35.     Portable Instrument for Simultaneous Recording of Scene Composition and Spectral Reflectance, Optical Engineering, Vol. 17, No.2: 143-146, 1977. J.K. Berry, F. Heimes and J.A. Smith.

36.     A Comparison of Two Photographic Techniques for Estimating Foliage Angle Distribution, , Aust. J. Botany, Vol. 25: 545-553, 1977.  J.A. Smith, R.E. Oliver and J.K. Berry.

37.     A Portable Instrument for measuring Apparent Directional Reflectance, Optical Engineering, Vol. 14, No.3: 244-247, 1977. R.E. Oliver, J.K. Berry and J.A. Smith.


 

CONFERENCE PAPERS and Major Reports:  (return to top)

 

1.      Precision Agriculture: a transformative teaching moment for Geotechnology, 6th Annual GIScience in Higher Education Summit, March 21, 2014, Denver, CO.  J.K. Berry.

2.      SpatialSTEM: a mathematical/statistical framework for understanding and communicating grid-based map analysis, Geospatial Conference of the West (GeCo West), September 16, 2013, Laramie, WY.  J.K. Berry. 

3.      SpatialSTEM: a mathematical/statistical framework for understanding and communicating grid-based map analysis, ASPRS 2013 Annual Conference, Baltimore, Maryland, March 28, 2013.  J.K. Berry.

4.      GIS in Natural Resource Education: Where are We Headed?, 9th Biennial Conference on University Education in Natural Resources, Warner College of Natural Resources, Colorado State University , March 22-24, 2012.  J.K. Berry.

5.      Making a Case for SpatialSTEM: Spatial Considerations in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education, white paper briefly describing the SpatialSTEM approach relating map analysis operations to traditional non-spatial mathematical and statistical procedures, BASIS, Fort Collins, Colorado, 2012.  J.K. Berry.

6.      SpatialSTEM: Extending Traditional Mathematics and Statistics to Grid-based Map Analysis and Modeling, white paper describing an innovative approach for teaching map analysis and modeling fundamentals within a mathematical/statistical context, BASIS, Fort Collins, Colorado, 2012.  J.K. Berry.

7.      Geospatial Industry Outlook (2010), plenary panel responses to the most important topics of the year, GeoTec Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2010.  J.K. Berry.

8.      A Brief History and Probable Future of Geotechnology, white paper on the evolution and future directions of GIS technology, BASIS, Fort Collins, Colorado, 2009.  J.K. Berry.

9.      3D GIS Concepts and Considerations, white paper compilation of Beyond Mapping columns in GeoWorld discussing the underlying concepts, procedures and considerations involved in 3-dimensional GIS, BASIS, Fort Collins, Colorado, 2009.  J.K. Berry.

10.     Modeling and Visualizing Wildfire Risk and Impacts: Assessing Wildfire Threat, Communities-at-Risk, Economic Exposure and Return on Investment for Mitigation Planning, GIS in the Rockies, Loveland, Colorado, 2009.  D. Buckley, J.K. Berry, David Bouwman and Skip Edel. (PowerPoint, 30MB)

11.     Geospatial Industry Outlook (2009), plenary panel responses to the most important topics of the year, GeoTec Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2009.  J.K. Berry.

12.     Wildfire Impact Modeling: Assessing Threat, Economic Exposure and Return on Investment for Mitigation Planning, GeoTec Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2009.  D. Buckley, J. Batchelor and J.K. Berry. (PowerPoint, 30MB)

13.     An Analytical Framework for GIS Modeling, white paper presenting a conceptual framework for map analysis and GIS Modeling, BASIS, Fort Collins, Colorado, July 2009.  J.K. Berry and Shitij Mehta.

14.     Modeling Wildfire Impacts for Preparedness Planning: Assessing Wildfire Threat, Economic Exposure and ROI for Mitigation Planning, URISA CALGIS 2009 conference, Huntington Beach, CA, 2009.  D. Buckley, J. Batchelor and J. K. Berry.

15.     New Advances and Practices in Precision Conservation, 9th International Conference on Precision Agriculture, Denver, Colorado, 2008.  J.A. Delgado, J.K. Berry and R. Khosla.

16.     Geospatial Industry Outlook (2008), plenary panel responses to the most important topics of the year, GeoTec Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 2008.  J.K. Berry.

17.     Spatial Data Mining in Geo-Business, GeoTech Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 2008.  J.K. Berry and K.L. Reed.

18.     Geospatial Industry Outlook (2007), plenary panel responses to the most important topics of the year, GeoTec Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 2007.  J.K. Berry.

19.     Incorporating Grid-based Map Analysis into GIS Curricula, GeoTech Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 2007.  J.K. Berry.

20.     Basic Multimedia MappingNebraska Agricultural Technologies Association Conference, Grand Island, Nebraska, 2007.  J.K. Berry.

21.     Retail Competition Analysis, GeoTech Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 2006.  J.K. Berry.

22.     EPRI-GTC Overhead Electric Transmission Line Siting Methodology, final report number 1013080, Electric Power Research Institute, available from EPRI distribution center (www.EPRI.com).  The project extended for over two years with the goal of developing transmission line siting techniques and procedures that are objective, quantitative, predictable, consistent and defensible.  J.K. Berry was one of four technical advisors for the 18 member project team.  The project won the NRECA Cooperative Research Network’s 2006 Cooperative Innovators Award for the G&T category.

23.     Incorporating Grid-based Terrain Modeling Into Linear Infrastructure Analysis, paper for GITA Conference, Denver, Colorado, 2005.  J.K. Berry and N. Mattie. (click for PowerPoint presentation)

24.     Concepts, Considerations and Procedures in Applying Effective Distance Modeling, GeoTech Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2005.  J.K. Berry.

25.     Optimal Routing and Corridor Analysis for Electric Transmission Line Siting, invited presentation for the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) Conference, Boston, Massachusetts, 2004J.K. Berry and C. Johnson.

26.     A Web-based Application for Identifying and Evaluating Alternative Pipeline Routes and Corridors, paper for GITA Oil and Gas Conference, Houston, Texas, 2004.  J.K. Berry, M.D. King and C. Lopez. 

27.     Bridging GIS and Map Analysis: Identifying and Utilizing Spatial Relationships, invited paper for ASPRS Annual Conference, Denver, Colorado, 2004.  J.K. Berry.

28.     Optimal Path Analysis and Corridor Routing: Infusing Stakeholder Perspective in Calibration and Weighting of Model Criteria, GeoTech Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2004.  J.K. Berry.

29.     Grid-based Map Analysis in the Classroom: A Hands-on Experience in Low-cost, High-performance GIS Modeling SoftwareGeoTech Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 2003.  J.K. Berry.

30.     Exposure Surface Analysis for Assessing Relative Visual Vulnerability and AestheticsGeoTech Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 2003.  J.K. Berry and Chris Martin.

31.     Landscape Vegetation Models for the USFS, peer review document prepared for the US Forest Service, Inventory and Monitory Institute, Fort Collins, Colorado, 2003.  J.P. Roise, J.K. Berry and D.W. Roberts.

32.     Spatial Data Mining: Practical Approaches for Analyzing Relationships Within and Among Maps, GIS in the Rockies Conference, Denver, Colorado, 2002.  J.K. Berry.

33.     GEODE Web Mapping Analysis, final report of findings and recommendations from a comprehensive review of the GEODE Internet-based data delivery system under subcontract to Space Imaging for the US Geological Survey, Geologic Discipline, Washington, DC, 2002.  J.K. Berry.

34.     Practical Considerations in Developing Web-enabled Virtual Field Trips, Teaching with Technology Conference, Boulder, Colorado, 2002.  R. Johnson and J.K. Berry.

35.     Infusing Images and Maps into Teaching and Research, Teaching with Technology Conference, Boulder, Colorado, 2002.  J.K. Berry.

36.     Developing Interactive Multimedia MapsGEOTech Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2002.  J.K. Berry and David Wright (poster session paper).

37.     Infusing Grid-Based Map Analysis into Introductory CoursesGeoTech Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2002.  J.K. Berry.

38.     Quantitative Methods for Analyzing Map Similarity and ZoningGeoTech Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2002.  J.K. Berry.

39.     Infusing Grid-Based Map Analysis into Geo-Business DecisionsGeoTech Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2002.  J.K. Berry.

40.     Academic MapCalc: Educational Materials for Instruction in Grid-based Map Analysis, 15th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2001.  J.K. Berry and Jerry Kensinger.

41.     Timely Remote Sensing and Ground Truth Archiving Using a Multispectral Video Mapping System, 15th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2001.  David Wright and J.K. Berry.

42.     Practical Applications of Video Mapping in Natural Resources,  15th Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2001.  J.K. Berry and Ken Burgess.

43.     Case History: Documenting Field Characteristics and Conditions with Video MappingFarmTech 2001 Conference, Santa Barbara, California, 2001.  J.K. Berry.

44.     Incorporating Landscape Structure Analysis in Forest Planning and Management, 2000 Symposium on System Analysis in Forest Resources, Snowmass, Colorado, 2000.  J.K. Berry, D. Buckley and K. McGarigal.

45.     Using 3-D Landscape Visualization to Simulate Forest Management Impacts, 2000 Symposium on System Analysis in Forest Resources, Snowmass, Colorado, 2000.  J.K. Berry, D. Buckley and C. Ulbricht.

46.     Multispectral Video Mapping: Procedures and Practical Applications, GIS in the Rockies, Denver, Colorado, September 26, 2000.  D.K. Wright and J. Berry.

47.     Emerging Technologies in Landscape Visualization, GIS in the Rockies, Denver, Colorado, September 26, 2000.  J.K. Berry, D. Buckley and K. Burgess.

48.     Data Analysis Considerations and Procedures for Site-Specific Crop Management, MidAmerica GIS Symposium, Osage Beach, Missouri, May 14-18, 2000.  J.K. Berry.

49.     Underlying Concerns and Considerations in Remote Sensing of Crop Type and Condition, MidAmerica GIS Symposium, Osage Beach, Missouri, May 14-18, 2000.  J.K. Berry and David K. Wright.

50.     Video Mapping: Practical Applications of Multimedia GIS, GIS 2000 Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, March 13-16, 2000.  J.K. Berry and Kenneth Burgess.

51.     Applying Spatial Analysis and Surface Modeling in Decision-Making Contexts, GIS 2000 Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, March 13-16, 2000.  J.K. Berry.

52.     Using 3-D Visualization of Remotely Sensed Data to Simulate Forest Management Impacts, Pecora 14 Conference, Denver, Colorado, 1999.  J.K. Berry, D.J. Buckley and C.Ulbricht.

53.     Spatial Analysis of Shopper Movement and Sales Activity, 1999 Business Geographics Conference, Chicago, Illinois, October 5, 1999.  J.K. Berry and K.L. Reed.

54.     Spatial Modeling and Data Mining in Retail, 1999 Business Geographics Conference, Chicago, Illinois, October 5, 1999.  K.L. Reed and J.K. Berry.

55.     The Virtual Forest: Advanced 3-D Visualization Techniques for Natural Resource Management, GIS '99 Conference, GeoWorld-Adams Business Media, Vancouver, British Columbia, March 1-4, 1999.  J.K. Berry and David J. Buckley.

56.     Spatial Analysis: Practical Applications in Landscape Structure Analysis, GIS '99 Conference, GeoWorld-Adams Business Media, Vancouver, British Columbia, March 1-4, 1999.  J.K. Berry and David J. Buckley.

57.     Spatial Analysis of Shopper Movement and Sales Activity, GIS '99 Conference, GeoWorld-Adams Business Media, Vancouver, British Columbia, March 1-4, 1999.  J.K. Berry and Kenneth L. Reed.

58.     Spatial Modeling and Data Mining in Retail, GIS '99 Conference, GeoWorld-Adams Business Media, Vancouver, British Columbia, March 1-4, 1999.  J.K. Berry and Kenneth L. Reed.

59.     Innovative Uses of GIS: Data Mining and Visualization, SOFOR GIS '98 Conference, University of Geogia, Athens, Georgia, October 28, 1998.  J.K. Berry.

60.     Site-Specific Farming Comes of Age, FarmTech '98 Conference, Ricon Publishing, January, 1998.  J.K. Berry.

61.     FRAGSTATS*ARC: Integrating ARC/INFO with the FRAGSTATS Landscape Analysis Program, 18th ESRI User Conference, San Diego, California, in press.  J.K. Berry, D. Buckley, K. McGarigal.

62.     The Virtual Forest: Advanced 3-D Visualization Techniques for Forest Management and Research, 18th ESRI User Conference, San Diego, California, in press.  D.J. Buckley, C. and J.K. Berry.

63.     Integrating ARC/INFO with the FRAGSTATS Landscape Analysis Program, GIS ‘98/RT ’98 Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, in press.  J.K. Berry, D. Buckley, and K. McGarigal

64.     The Virtual Forest: Advanced 3-D Visualization Techniques for Forest Management and Research, GIS ‘98/RT ’98 Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 1998.  D.J. Buckley, C. and J.K. Berry.

65.     The Major Issues in Yield Analysis, Core Topic #4a, NAICC Precision Ag Task Force White Paper, National Association of Independent Crop Consultants, Memphis, Tennessee, 1998.  J.K. Berry.

66.     Moving Input/Output to Thruput: Restructuring GIS’s Role in Decision-Making, SaskGIS ’97 Conference, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, 1997.  J.K. Berry.

67.     Where Is GIS: Development, Directions and Delusions of a Maturing Technology, ’97 Minnesota GIS/LIS Conference, Saint Cloud, Minnesota, 1997.  J.K. Berry.

68.     Jumping Through the GIS Looking Glass, 7th Ohio GIS Conference, Columbus, Ohio, 1997.  J.K. Berry.

69.     Advanced Visualization Techniques with ARC/INFO, ’97 GIS in the Rockies, Denver, Colorado, 1997.  D. Buckley and J.K. Berry.

70.     Systems Integration: Linking ARC/INFO to Landscape Analysis Models, ’97 GIS in the Rockies, Denver, Colorado, 1997.  J.K. Berry and D. Buckley.

71.     GIS in Production Agriculture, ’97 GIS in the Rockies, Denver, Colorado, 1997.  N. Havermale, C. Snyder and J.K. Berry.

72.     Seamlessly Linking ARC/INFO to Forest Growth and Landscape Analysis Models, 17th ESRI User Conference, San Diego, California, 1997.  J.K. Berry, D. Buckley and K. McGarigal.

73.     Education, Vocation and GIS Enlightenment, 6th IMAGINE Forum, Lansing, Michigan, 1997.  J.K. Berry.

74.     Integrating Advanced Visualization Techniques with ARC/INFO for Forest Research and Management, 17th ESRI User Conference, San Diego, California, 1997.  D. Buckley, J.K. Berry and J. Nicholson.

75.     From the Map Room to the Boardroom, 7th Nevada State GIS Conference, Reno, Nevada, 1997.  J.K. Berry.

76.     Spatial Analysis of Shopper Movement and Sales Activity, final report, Knowledge Colony Project, HyperParallel, June 1997.  J.K. Berry. 24 pages + appendices and computer programs.

77.     Seamlessly Linking ARC/INFO and FRAGSTATS, GIS '97, Vancouver, British Columbia, pgs 278-283, 1997.  J.K. Berry, D. Buckley and K. McGarigal.

78.     GIS Visualization Techniques for Operational Forest Management, GIS '97, Vancouver, British Columbia, pgs 366-373, 1997.  D. Buckley and J.K. Berry.

79.     GIS Modeling: A Conceptual Framework and Its Practical Expression, GIS '95, Vancouver, British Columbia, pgs 349-353, 1995.  J.K. Berry.

80.     Toward A Humane and Honest GIS: Traditional Mapping in Triage, keynote address and paper, GIS '94, Vancouver, British Columbia, pgs 35-39l, 1994.  J.K. Berry.

81.     GIS and The Fourth Dimension, keynote address and paper, GIS '93, Seventh Annual Symposium on GIS in Forestry, Environmental and Natural Resources Management, Vancouver, BC, Canada, 1993.  J.K. Berry.

82.     The Academic Map Analysis Package (aMAP), consisting of software and database, exercises, and instructor notes for instruction in map analysis, Spatial Information Systems, Corporation, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1993.  J.K. Berry.  Several hundred universities worldwide use aMAP for classroom instruction.

83.     The Professional Map Analysis Package (pMAP), consisting of commercial software for map analysis, Spatial Information Systems Corporation, Fort Collins, Colorado, 1993.  J.K. Berry and K.R. Reed.  Several hundred organizations worldwide use pMAP in research, planning and management.

84.     GIS Is Spatial Data Mapping, Management, Modeling and More, invited paper for technology Training and education for Resource Managers, Conference on Monitoring and Mapping Global Change, ASPRS/ACSM Convention, Washington, DC, 1992.  J.K. Berry.

85.     Fundamental Considerations in Map Analysis: Maps As Data, Proceedings of Conference on New Frontiers in Digital Cartography and Spatial Analysis, US Professional Development Institute, Silver Springs, Maryland, 1989.  J.K. Berry.

86.     Maps As Data: Fundamental Considerations in Computer-Assisted Map Analysis, Proceedings of GIS/LIS '88 3rd International Conference, American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing and American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Falls Church, Virginia, pp. 273-284, 1988.  J.K. Berry.

87.     Teaching Computer-Assisted Map Analysis: The aMAP Experience, Proceedings of GIS/LIS '88 3rd International Conference, American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing and American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Falls Church, Virginia, pp. 273-284, 1988.  J.K. Berry.

88.     Maps As Data - Or What's Wrong with My Map?, HazMat '88 International Conference on Hazardous Materials Management, Atlantic City, 1988.  J.K. Berry.

89.     Computer-Assisted Map Analysis: Characterizing Proximity and Connectivity, Proceedings of the International Geographic Information Systems (IGIS) Symposium, Association of American Geographers, Washington, DC, 1987.  J.K. Berry.

90.     Development and Analysis of a Spatial Database for the Botany Bay Vicinity, St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands (Vol. 1 and 2), Final report to the Tropical Resources Institute, 1987.  J.K. Berry. 87 pages + Appendices.

91.     Computer-Assisted Map Analysis: Characterizing Proximity and Connectivity, Proceedings of the International Geographic Information Systems (IGIS Symposium, Association of American Geographers, Washington, DC, 1987.  J.K. Berry

92.     Educational Needs in the Remote Sensing/GIS Interface, Proceedings of the XII National Surveying Teacher's Conference, American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, Falls Church, Virginia, pp. 121-129, 1987.  J.K. Berry.

93.     Computer-Assisted Map Analysis, Proceedings of the Geographic Information Systems Technology Conference, U.S. Soil Conservation Service, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1987.  J.K. Berry.

94.     Computer-Assisted Map Analysis: A Set of Primitive Operators for a Flexible Approach, Proceedings of the ASPRS/ACSM Annual Convention, American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, pp. 206-218, Vol. 1, 1987.  J.K. Berry and K. Reed.

95.     Analysis of Hazardous Waste Facility Siting in Connecticut Using Computer Assisted Map Analysis, Final report to State of Connecticut Hazardous Waste Management Service, 1986.  A. Hartly and J.K. Berry.

96.     Characterizing Map Similarity: Extending the Spatial Analysis Capabilities of the IIED Development Planning Model, Final report to International Institute for Environment and Development, 1986. J.K. Berry.

97.     Using a Microcomputer System to Spatially Characterize Effective Timber Availability, in Proceedings of the Geographic Information Systems workshop, American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, pp. 273-283, 1986.  J.K. Berry.

98.     pMAP: A Microcomputer System for Analysis of Spatial Information, in Proceedings of the Geographic Information Systems workshop, American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, pp. 320-324, 1986.  J.K. Berry and K.L. Reed.

99.     A Microcomputer Package for Instruction in Computer-Assisted Map Analysis, in Proceedings of the Geographic Information Systems workshop, American Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, pp. 325-331, 1986.  J.K. Berry.

100.    Computer-Assisted Map Analysis: Instructional Materials, in proceedings of the Academic Information Systems – University Advanced Educational Projects Conference, IBM Corporation, pp. 243-249, 1985.  J.K. Berry.

101.    Computer-Assisted Map Analysis: an Academic Structure, in proceedings of the Academic Information Systems – University Advanced Educational Projects Conference, IBM Corporation, pp. 283-299, 1985.  J.K. Berry.

102.    Computer-Assisted Map Analysis: Fundamental Techniques, 6th Annual Conference, National Computer Graphics Association, pp. 369-386, 1985.  J.K. Berry.

103.    Nuclear Winter: Will the Forests Burn? 8th National Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology, Society of American Foresters, pp. 82-87, 1985.  W.E. Riefsnyder and J. K. Berry. 

104.    An Academic Package for Instruction in Computer-Assisted Map Analysis, American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, 44th Symposium Proceedings, pp. 227-241, 1984.  J.K. Berry.

105.    Procedures for Analysis of Spatial Interrelationships among Sea Survey Data and Sea Surface Temperature, 2nd NASA/ERRSAC Applications Conference, NASA Pub. 2198: 353-59, 1981.  J.K. berry and J.K. Sailor.

106.    Extending the Utility of Forest Cover Maps, 2nd NASA/ERRSAC Applications Conference, NASA Pub. 2198: 89-99, 1981.  J.K. berry and A. Mansbach.

107.    Effect of Mixtures of Primary Scene Components on Spectral Variability, American Society of Photogrammetry, 46th Symposium Proceedings, pp. 55-69, 1981.  J.K. Berry, J.A. Smith and F.J. Heimes.

108.    A Practical Format for Coupling Techniques of Pattern Recognition and Cartographic Modeling, American Society of Photogrammetry, 46th Symposium Proceedings, pp. 131-142, 1981.  J.K. Berry, J.A. Smith and F.J. Heimes.

109.    Analysis of the Spatial Ramifications of the Comprehensive Land use Plan of a Small Town, American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, 41st Symposium Proceedings, pp. 186-193, 1981.  J.K. Berry, J.K. Sailor, C.E. Youell and J.G. Warren.

110.    Use of the Recreation Opportunity Planning System to Inventory Recreation Opportunities in Arid Lands, Proceedings of IUFRO Workshop on Arid Land Resource Inventories: developing Cost-Efficient methods, pp. 123-128, 1980.  P.J. Brown, B.L. Driver and J.K. Berry.

111.    A Mathematical Structure for Cartographic Modeling in Environmental Analysis, American Congress on Surveying and Mapping, 39h Symposium Proceedings, pp. 269-283, 1981.  C.D. Tomlin and J.K. Berry.

112.    Application of Spatial Features to Satellite Land Use Analysis, Proceedings of ISP Commission VII Symposium on Remote Sensing and Photo Interpretation, Bamiff, Canada, pp. 204-220, 1974.  R. Horning, J.A .Smith and J.K. Berry.

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