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Submissions from 2019

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Rapid Terrain Generation for GeoVisualization, Simulation, Mission Rehearsal, & Operations, Christopher Oxendine, Matt O'Banion, William Wright, Ian Irmischer, and Steven Fleming

Submissions from 2018

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Incorporating Structure from Motion from Unmanned Aerial Systems in an Undergraduate Photogrammetry Course, William Wright, Christopher E. Oxendine, Darren J. Kerr, and John Brockhaus

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Development of a GPS Forest Signal Absorption Coefficient Index, William Wright, Benjamin E. Wilkinson, and Wendell P. Cropper Jr

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Classifying Terrestrial Based Forest Photography with Geographic Information Systems to Model Signal Loss, William Wright, Benjamin E. Wilkinson, Wendell P. Cropper JR, and Christopher E. Oxendine

Submissions from 2017

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Estimating signal loss in pine forests using hemispherical sky oriented photos, William C. Wright, Benjamin E. Wilkinson, and Wendell P. Cropper Jr

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Estimating GPS Signal Loss in a Natural Deciduous Forest Using Sky Photography, William Wright, Benjamin E. Wilkinson, and Wendell P. Cropper Jr.

Submissions from 2014

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More than Weather, Andrew Pfluger and William Wright

Submissions from 2011

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Teaching Military Geography Through GIS: Re-evaluating the Defense of Revolutionary War West Point, Thomas M. Hanlon, William Wright, Joseph P. Henderson, and Michael D. Hendricks

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Teaching Military Geography Through GIS: Re-Evaluating The Defense of the Revolutionary War Era West Point, Thomas M. Hanlon, William Wright, Joseph P. Henderson, and Michael D. Hendricks

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Prediction of L-Band Signal Attenuation in Forests Using 3D Vegetation Structure from Airborne Lidar, Pang-Wei Liu, Heezin Lee, Jasmeet Judge, William Wright, and Kenneth Clint Slatton

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Educating Future Leaders About Space at West Point, Diana Loucks, Ken Chadwick, Jessica Mikhaylov, Andrew Pfluger, Thomas Pugsley, and William Wright

Submissions from 2010

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Development and Evaluation of Elevation Profiles and Slope Mapping Methods, William Wright, Michael D. Hendricks, and John Brockhaus

Submissions from 2008

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Predicting L-Band Microwave Attenuation Through Forest Canopy Using Directional Structuring Elements And Airborne Lidar, William Wright, Pang Wei Liu, Kenneth Clint Slatton, Ramesh L. Shrestha, William E. Carter, and Heezin Lee