Publications

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L. Alexander and Ward, R., Production and Use of Nautical Charts, T-Kartor and ERDAS Nordic User Conference. Ahus, Skane, Sweden, 2010.
L. Alexander and Ward, R. W., We Visited for You - 2nd International ECDIS Conference, Hydro International, vol. 7. Geomatics Information & Trading Center - GITC, Lemmers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 1-38, 2003.
L. Alexander, Electronic Navigational Charts and Marine Information Objects for Navigation Safety and Marine Environmental Protection, Commission on Hydrography Conference (CHC). Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico, 2007.
L. Alexander, Inland ECDIS Development and Standardization, International Hydrographic Office (IHO), CHRIS, 2004.
L. Alexander, Ryan, J. F., and Casey, M. J., Integrated Navigation System: Not a Sum of Its Parts, Canadian Hydrographic Conference (CHC). St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada, pp. 0-0, 2004.
L. Alexander, Harmonizing Chart and Navigation-related Information on ECDIS, International Hydrographic Review, vol. 2. Geomatics Information & Trading Center - GITC, Lemmers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 0-13, 2001.
L. Alexander, A Synopsis of Electronic Charting Standards and Organizations, with Recommendations for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Involvement, U.S. Army, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers / Topographic Engineering Center (TEC), 2003.
L. Alexander and Ward, R. W., Back-up Arrangements for ECDIS: Different Options and Perspectives, Canadian Hydrographic Conference (CHC). Toronto, Ontario, Canada, pp. 0-0, 2002.
L. Alexander, Inland Navigation Technology '09 - Digital Technology Impact on Safety and Efficiency, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Coastal and Hydrologic Laboratory, 2009.
L. Alexander and Casey, M. J., The Rise and Stall of ECDIS: Where are We heading?, International ECDIS Conference. Singapore, Singapore, Singapore, pp. 0-0, 2003.
L. Alexander, Hydrographic Interoperability Report, Marine Magnetics, 2004.
L. Alexander, e-Navigation and Electronic Charting: Implications for Hydrographic Community, U.S. Hydrographic Conference (US HYDRO). Norfolk, VA, USA, 2009.
L. Alexander and Seefeldt, D., Development of Port ENC Standard, Smart Rivers '21. Vienna, Vienna, Austria, 2009.
L. Alexander, Schwehr, K., and Zetterberg, R., Establishing a Regional AIS Application Specific Message Register, International Association of Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA-AISM). Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa, 2010.
L. Alexander, Activities of IHO-IEC Harmonization Group on Marine Information Objects (HGMIO), International Hydrographic Office (IHO), CHRIS, 2004.
L. Alexander, Use of Portable Piloting Units (PPUs) by Maritime Pilots: Study Findings and Implications, American Pilot's Association Biennial Convention. Kauai, HI, USA, 2008.
L. Alexander, Recommendation for Involving the Private Sector in Producing Small-scale ENCs from INT Charts, University of New Hampshire (UNH), Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping (CCOM)/Joint Hydrographic Center (JHC), 2006.
L. Alexander, e-Navigation: Concept and Reality, Sea Technology, vol. 50. Compass Publications Inc., Deer Isle, ME, USA, pp. 7-7, 2009.
L. Alexander, AIS Application-Specific Messages: Expectation and Reality, Sea Technology, vol. 53, No. 3. p. 69, 2012.
L. Alexander, Revival of ECDIS?, Hydro International, vol. 8. Geomatics Information & Trading Center - GITC, Lemmers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 34-35, 2004.
L. Alexander and Schwehr, K., New Standards for Providing Meteorological and Hydrographic Information via AIS Application-specific Messages, International Hydrographic Review. Geomatics Information & Trading Center - GITC, Lemmers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 37-44, 2010.
L. Alexander, Inland ENC Encoding Guide, University of New Hampshire (UNH), Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping (CCOM)/Joint Hydrographic Center (JHC), 2005.
L. Alexander, Alternative Uses of Hydrographic Data, IHO Industry Workshop. Monaco, Monaco, Monaco, pp. 0-0, 2002.
L. Alexander and Fukuto, J., Portraying e-Navigation Information: Challenges and Opportunities, e-Navigation Underway 2012. Copenhagen, Denmark, 2012.
L. Alexander, ECDIS and ENCs: Where are We Heading?, CARIS. San Diego, CA, USA, pp. 0-0, 2001.
L. Alexander, e-Navigation, ECDIS and MIOs: At Present and in the Future, eNavigation Conference. Seattle, WA, USA, 2008.
L. Alexander, MIOs: The What, Why, and How: Seaways, ACM Computing Surveys. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), New York, NY, USA, pp. 13-15, 2008.
L. Alexander and Huet, M., Relationship of Marine Information Overlays (MIOs) to Current/Future IHO Standards, International Hydrographic Review, vol. 8. Geomatics Information & Trading Center - GITC, Lemmers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 80-82, 2007.
L. Alexander, Marine Information Objects (MIO) and ECDIS: Concept and Practice, Underwater Acoustic Measurements: Technologies & Results (UAM). Heraklion, Crete, Greece, pp. 0-5, 2003.PDF icon Alexander_2003_Hydro_MIOs_and_ECDIS_Concept_Practice.pdf (22.15 KB)
L. Alexander and Schwehr, K., Concept: IALA AIS Binary Messages Web Site for Message Catalog and Register, International Association of Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA-AISM). Key West, FL, USA, 2009.
L. Alexander, Distribution Options Based on WEND, Gulf of Mexico Hydrographic Commission, Electronic Chart Working Group, 2002.
L. Alexander, Insiders View-overcoming a Misperception, Hydro International, vol. 6. Geomatics Information & Trading Center - GITC, Lemmers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 65-65, 2002.
L. Alexander, Electronic Charts (Chapter 14), in The American Practical Navigator, Bethesda, MD, USA: National Imaging and Mapping Agency, 2003, pp. 199-215.PDF icon Alexander_2003_APN_Electronic_charts.pdf (278.37 KB)
L. Alexander, NATO Warship ECDIS and Additional Military Layers (AMLs), CARIS. Norfolk, VA, USA, pp. 0-0, 2002.
L. Alexander and Bergmann, M., Maritime Information Systems as a Component of e-Navigation, International Association of Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA-AISM). Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa, 2010.
L. Alexander, The Next Edition of IHO-S-57 (4.0), International Hydrographic Bureau, 2004.
L. Alexander, Marine Electronic Chart Highway Project: The MIO Component, CARIS. Bath, Bath, UK, 2008.
L. Alexander, Proposed Test Bed Project on Production of Large-scale ENCs in the MACHC Region, University of New Hampshire (UNH), Center for Coastal and Ocean Mapping (CCOM)/Joint Hydrographic Center (JHC), 2006.
L. Alexander, Roman, D., and Casey, M. J., Comparative Evaluation of Official Electronic Chart Data in U.S. Waters, Canadian Hydrographic Conference (CHC). Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2006.
L. Alexander, Oyster River Project: Mapping of Historic and Present Navigation Channel: Interim Report, US Army Corps of Engineers(USACE), 2001.
L. Alexander and Casey, M. J., The Use of Portable Piloting Units, Digital Ship, vol. 8. Digital Ship Ltd., London, London, UK, pp. 54-55, 2008.
L. Alexander, Status of Electronic Charting Standards, GEOMATICA. Havana, Havana, Cuba, pp. 0-0, 2002.
L. Alexander, IALA’s Vision of e-Navigation, 2011 Canadian Maritime Pilots Association Congress. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2011.
L. Alexander, Van Norden, M. F., and Fralick, C. M., ECDIS Development Laboratory and Navigation Technology Demonstration Center, IEEE Oceans. Honolulu, HI, USA, pp. 0-0, 2001.
L. Alexander, Portable Piloting Units (PPUs): Current Use, Future Trends, The Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services (RTCM). San Diego, CA, USA, 2008.
L. Alexander and Ries, K. L., Coral Reef Electronic Chart Initiative, Protecting Corals, Saving Ships, U.S. Hydrographic Conference (US HYDRO). San Diego, CA, USA, pp. 0-0, 2005.
L. Alexander and Ward, R., Hydrographic Products/Services as a Fundamental Component of the e-Navigation Concept of Operation, Canadian Hydrographic Conference (CHC). Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, 2010.
L. Alexander, Brown, M., Greenslade, B., and Pharaoh, A., Development of IHO S-100: The New IHO Geospatial Standard for Hydrographic Data, International Hydrographic Review, vol. 8. Geomatics Information & Trading Center - GITC, Lemmers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 56-62, 2007.
L. Alexander, Electronic Charts: A Real-time GIS for Vessel Navigation, GIS Professional. PV Publications Ltd, pp. 20-22, 2006.
L. Alexander and Brennan, R. T., From High-Denisty Bathymetry to Next Generation ENC, International ECDIS Conference. Singapore, Singapore, Singapore, pp. 0-0, 2001.
L. Alexander, SHARED Project: Extension to Caribbean - Gulf of Mexico Region, NH Sea Grant College, 2002.
L. Alexander and Casey, M. J., Use of Portable Piloting by Maritime Pilots, Canadian Hydrographic Conference (CHC). Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, pp. 1-9, 2008.
L. Alexander and Smith, D. M., Warship ECDIS and additional Military Layers (AMLs), IEEE Oceans. Biloxi, MS, USA, pp. 0-0, 2002.
L. Alexander, Canadian e-Navigation User Needs Survey: Report on Comprehensive Results, Canadian Coast Guard, 2010.
L. Alexander, e-Navigation: Some Core Technologies and Solutions, 8th Seoul International Maritime Forum. Seoul, South Korea, 2014.
L. Alexander and Schwehr, K., Establishing an IALA AIS Binary Message Register: Recommended Process, International Association of Aids to Navigation and Lighthouse Authorities (IALA-AISM). Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa, pp. 108-115, 2010.
L. Alexander and McLeay, C., S-100 Overlays: A Brave New World?, US Hydrographic Conference 2015. The Hydrographic Society of America, National Harbor, MD, 2015.
L. Alexander, Port ECDIS. Evaluation Report for EFFORTS Project Work Package 1.3, ISSUS/Hamberg Port Authority, EC Contract No FP6-031486, 2009.
L. Alexander, e-Navigation and Pilotage: Challenges and Opportunities, 2011 Canadian Maritime Pilots Association Congress. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2011.
L. Alexander, Simultaneous Display of Chart and Navigation-related Information, AIS: Maritime Communication in the New Era. St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada, pp. 0-0, 2001.
L. Alexander and McLean, C., Production of Marine Information Overlays (MIOs) for Marine Environmental Protectoin, Global Ecology and Oceanography of Harmful Algal Blooms. Sitka, AK, USA, pp. 1-18, 2008.Office presentation icon Alexander_2008_GEOHAB_MIOs.ppt (4.04 MB)
L. Alexander, Brown, M., Greenslade, B., and Pharaoh, A., Future Edition of IHO S-57 (4.0), International Hydrographic Review, vol. 6. Geomatics Information & Trading Center - GITC, Lemmers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 66-72, 2005.
L. Alexander, Brown, M., and Greenslade, B., Next Edition of IHO S-57 (Edition 4): Much more than ENCs, U.S. Hydrographic Conference (US HYDRO). San Diego, CA, USA, pp. 0-0, 2005.
L. Alexander, Brennan, R. T., and Moggert, F., Converting High-Density Bathymetry into the 'Next Generation' ENC, Shallow Water Survey Conference (SWS). St. Andrews, New Brunswick, Canada, pp. 0-0, 2003.
L. Alexander, Maritime Information Systems as a Component of e-Navigation ., The Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services (RTCM). San Diego, CA, USA, 2010.
L. Alexander, Status Report on International Inland ENC Developmnet and Standardization, The Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services (RTCM). St. Petersburg Beach, FL, USA, 2007.
L. Alexander, Open ECDIS Forum (OEF) Activities, International Hydrographic Office (IHO), CHRIS, 2004.
L. Alexander, ECDIS and Its Role in e-Navigation: The Promise and Reality, eNavigation Conference. Seattle, WA, USA, 2010.
L. Alexander, Harmonizing the Display of ECDIS and AIS information, Workshop by National Academy of Science (NAS). New Orleans, LA, USA, pp. 0-0, 2002.
L. Alexander and Casey, M. J., Portable Piloting Unit (PPU) Replacement Study: Phase 2, Laurentian Pilotage Authority, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 2012.
L. Alexander, Results from Canadian User Needs Survey, Canadian Coast Guard and Ministry of Transport, 2010.
L. Alexander, e-Navigation 101: What is it, Why important, and How should it Work?, e-Navigtion Underway 2014 - North America. Califorina Maritime Academy, Vallejo, CA, 2014.
L. Alexander, e-Navigation: Challenges and Opportunities., Inland Navigation Technology. Vicksburg, MS, USA, 2009.
L. Alexander, e-Navigation, ECDIS and PPUs: Challenges and Opportunities, IMPA Congress. Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand, 2008.
L. Alexander, Precise Naviation and Maneuverin in Ports, Evaluation Report for EFFORTS Project Work Package 1.2, ISSUS/Hamberg Port Authority, EC Contract No FP6-031486, 2009.
L. Alexander, Chapter 14 - Electronic Charts, in The American Practical Navigator, 9th ed., Bethesda, MD, USA: National Imaging and Mapping Agency, 2002.
L. Alexander, e-Navigation: Challenges and Opportunities, U.S. Hydrographic Conference (US HYDRO). Norfolk, VA, USA, 2009.
L. Alexander, Providing Meteorological and Hydrographic Information via AIS Application-Specific Messages: Challenges and Opportunities, 2011 US Hydrographic Conference. Tampa, FL, USA, 2011.
L. Alexander and Buttgenbach, G., From High Density Bathymetry to Next Generation ENC, International Conference on High-Resolution Survey in Shallow Water (HRSSW). Portsmouth, NH, USA, pp. 0-0, 2001.
L. Alexander, USACE Inland ENC Manual, 1stst ed. Fort Belvior, Alexandria, VA: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Army Geo-spatial Center, 2012, p. 52.
L. Alexander, Use of Portable Piloting Units by Maritime Pilots, Canadian Maritime Pilots Association. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, pp. 1-9, 2008.PDF icon Alexander_2008_CHC_Use_Of_Piloting_Units_By_Pilots.pdf (226.06 KB)
H. Al-Hanbali, Holm, N., and Jakobsson, M., Manganese, Carbon, and Nitrogen Isotope Composition of Deep Sediments: Tools for Monitoring Paleoceanographic Conditions in Central Arctic Ocean, Marine Geology. Elsevier, New York, NY, USA, 2001.
M. H. Al-Badrawi, Bearing Stake 1977 Revisited: An understanding of Ambient Sound Sources in the Indian Ocean, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America - Express Letters, vol. 148, No. 4. pp. EL320-EL325, 2020.
M. A. Ainsle, Miksis-Olds, J., Martin, S. B., Heaney, K., de Jong, C. A. F., von Benda-Beckman, A. M., and Lyons, A. P., ADEON Soundscape and Modeling Metadata Standard. Version 2.0 DRAFT, TNO for ADEON Prime Contract No. M16PC00003, 2017.
J. Affonso, A Geographic Segmentation Approach for Satellite Derived Bathymetry, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 2022.PDF icon juliane-affonso-masters-thesis-2022.pdf (5.67 MB)
J. Affonso, Kastrisios, C., Christopher, P., and Calder, B. R., A Geographically Adaptive Model for Satellite Derived Bathymetry, 2022 Canadian Hydrographic Conference. p. Ottawa, Canada, 2022.
S. G. Adelman, Bradley, D. L., Culver, R. L., and Weber, T. C., Measuring Ambient Ocean Bubble Fields Uusing a Multibeam Sonar, Acoustical Society of America (ASA). Austin, TX, USA, pp. 0-0, 2003.
E. Adediran, Lowell, K., Kastrisios, C., and Rice, G., A Machine Learning Approach to Characterizing Uncertainty in Interpolated Bathymetric Datasets, 2023 US Hydro Conference. p. Mobile, AL, 2023.
E. Adediran, Filling the Bathymetric Gaps: Toward Quantifying and Characterizing Uncertainty in Interpolated Bathymetry, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 2024.PDF icon adediran-masters-2024.pdf (6.5 MB)
E. Adediran, Lowell, K., Kastrisios, C., Rice, G., and Zhang, Q., Exploring Ancillary Parameters for Quantifying Interpolation Uncertainty in Digital Bathymetric Models, Marine Geodesy. Taylor & Francis Group, 2024.
J. R. Adams, Dijkstra, S. J., Grizzle, R. E., Nelson, J., and Ward, L. G., Comparison of Acoustic Techniques, Videography, and Quadrant Sampling for Characterizing Subtidal Oyster Reefs, National Shellfisheries Association (NSA). Mystic, CT, USA, 2001.
T. Adams, Beets, P., and Parrish, C. E., Extracting More Data from LiDAR in Forested Areas by Analyzing Waveform Shape, Remote Sensing, vol. 4. MDPI Publishing, Basel, Switzerland, pp. 682-702, 2012.PDF icon remotesensing-04-00682-v2-1.pdf (3.89 MB)
T. Adams, Beets, P., and Parrish, C. E., Another dimension from LiDAR – Obtaining foliage density from full waveform data  , SilviLaser. Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 2011.
S. Ackerman, Pe'eri, S., Bernhardt, W., Andrews, B., and Gardner, J. V., Fine-scale sediment distribution at the mouth of the Merrimack River, Coastal Geotools 2011. Myrtle Beach, SC, USA, 2011.
S. Ackerman, Rzhanov, Y., and Barnhardt, W., Creating GeoTIFF Photomosaics from Seafloor Video, Coastal Geotools. Myrtle Beach, SC, USA, 2009.
A. Abramova, Comparison and Evaluation of Publicly Available Global Bathymetric Grids, GEBCO. Lima, Peru, Peru, 2010.
A. Abramova, Lippmann, T. C., Calder, B. R., Mayer, L. A., and Monahan, D., Comparison and evaluation of publicly available grids in the Arctic. 2011.
A. Abramova, Comparison and Evaluation of Global Publicly Available Bathymetry Grids in the Arctic, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 2012.
A. Abramova, Monahan, D., Mayer, L. A., Lippmann, T. C., and Calder, B. R., Quality Assessment of GEBCO 08, Smith and Sandwell and SRTM30 Plus Grids in the Arctic, 2012 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union (AGU). San Francisco, CA, United States, 2012.
D. A. Abraham, Murphy, S. M., Hines, P. C., and Lyons, A. P., Matched-filter Loss from a Time-varying Rough-surface Reflection with a Small Ensonifi Ed Area, 2016 Oceans Conference. MTS/IEEE, Monterey, CA, USA, p. Monterey, CA, 2016.
D. A. Abraham, Murphy, S. M., Hines, P. C., and Lyons, A. P., Matched- filter Loss from Time-varying Rough-surface Reflection with a Small Ensoni ed Area, IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, vol. 43. IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society, pp. 506 - 522, 2018.PDF icon IEEE_JOE_Abraham_etal_2017.pdf (1.37 MB)

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