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1990 land cover maps with 30m and 50m spatial resolution

Nicolás Rodríguez-Jeangros, Amanda S. Hering, Timothy Kaiser & John E. McCray
SCaMF-RM fuses the information of six land intermediate to high resolution land cover products in the Rocky Mountains (RM) at two high spatial resolutions, 30 and 50 meters, and a yearly frequency for the period 1983 – 2012. The development of the fused products is based on the Spatiotemporal Categorical Map Fusion (SCaMF) methodology

2004 land cover maps with 30m and 50m spatial resolution

Nicolás Rodríguez-Jeangros, Amanda S. Hering, Timothy Kaiser & John E. McCray
SCaMF-RM fuses the information of six land intermediate to high resolution land cover products in the Rocky Mountains (RM) at two high spatial resolutions, 30 and 50 meters, and a yearly frequency for the period 1983 – 2012. The development of the fused products is based on the Spatiotemporal Categorical Map Fusion (SCaMF) methodology

2005 land cover maps with 30m and 50m spatial resolution

Nicolás Rodríguez-Jeangros, Amanda S. Hering, Timothy Kaiser & John E. McCray
SCaMF-RM fuses the information of six land intermediate to high resolution land cover products in the Rocky Mountains (RM) at two high spatial resolutions, 30 and 50 meters, and a yearly frequency for the period 1983 – 2012. The development of the fused products is based on the Spatiotemporal Categorical Map Fusion (SCaMF) methodology

Supporting your Voyager server

Laura Guy
78 Powerpoint slides and 3 related documents.

Introducing Primo VE: streamline back-end administration

Laura Guy
You’ve already seen the new Primo user interface, but have you considered the benefits of combining Primo VE, a brand-new deployment model for Primo, with the new Primo UI? Primo VE provides unified back office management of Primo and Alma, resulting in a reduction of duplicated administrative processes and providing seamless publishing processes, real-time discovery of records created in Alma, and the task-oriented configuration and setup that many libraries already enjoy for other library workflows...

Voyager 7 Tomcat WebVoyage interface for dummies or: what will it take to customize our new user interface and remain sane?

Laura Guy
Presented at the May 2010 meeting of the Ex Libris Users of North America Conference held in Fort Worth, Texas.

Introducing Primo VE: streamline back-end administration

Laura Guy & Jessie Ransom
You’ve already seen the new Primo user interface, but have you considered the benefits of combining Primo VE, a brand-new deployment model for Primo, with the new Primo UI? Primo VE provides unified back office management of Primo and Alma, resulting in a reduction of duplicated administrative processes and providing seamless publishing processes, real-time discovery of records created in Alma, and the task-oriented configuration and setup that many libraries already enjoy for other library workflows...

2008 land cover maps with 30m and 50m spatial resolution

Nicolás Rodríguez-Jeangros, Amanda S. Hering, Timothy Kaiser & John E. McCray
SCaMF-RM fuses the information of six land intermediate to high resolution land cover products in the Rocky Mountains (RM) at two high spatial resolutions, 30 and 50 meters, and a yearly frequency for the period 1983 – 2012. The development of the fused products is based on the Spatiotemporal Categorical Map Fusion (SCaMF) methodology

Voyager to Alma migration: stories from the field

Laura Guy
Presented at the March 2016 meeting of the State System of Higher Education Library Cooperative Organization at Shippensburg University, PA.

2006 land cover maps with 30m and 50m spatial resolution

Nicolás Rodríguez-Jeangros, Amanda S. Hering, Timothy Kaiser & John E. McCray
SCaMF-RM fuses the information of six land intermediate to high resolution land cover products in the Rocky Mountains (RM) at two high spatial resolutions, 30 and 50 meters, and a yearly frequency for the period 1983 – 2012. The development of the fused products is based on the Spatiotemporal Categorical Map Fusion (SCaMF) methodology

1995 land cover maps with 30m and 50m spatial resolution

Nicolás Rodríguez-Jeangros, Amanda S. Hering, Timothy Kaiser & John E. McCray
SCaMF-RM fuses the information of six land intermediate to high resolution land cover products in the Rocky Mountains (RM) at two high spatial resolutions, 30 and 50 meters, and a yearly frequency for the period 1983 – 2012. The development of the fused products is based on the Spatiotemporal Categorical Map Fusion (SCaMF) methodology

Surviving Almanado: tips for a successful pre-implementation

Laura Guy
Presented at the May 2015 meeting of the Ex Libris Users of North America Conference held in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

1986 land cover maps with 30m and 50m spatial resolution

Nicolás Rodríguez-Jeangros, Amanda S. Hering, Timothy Kaiser & John E. McCray
SCaMF-RM fuses the information of six land intermediate to high resolution land cover products in the Rocky Mountains (RM) at two high spatial resolutions, 30 and 50 meters, and a yearly frequency for the period 1983 – 2012. The development of the fused products is based on the Spatiotemporal Categorical Map Fusion (SCaMF) methodology

1999 land cover maps with 30m and 50m spatial resolution

Nicolás Rodríguez-Jeangros, Amanda S. Hering, Timothy Kaiser & John E. McCray
SCaMF-RM fuses the information of six land intermediate to high resolution land cover products in the Rocky Mountains (RM) at two high spatial resolutions, 30 and 50 meters, and a yearly frequency for the period 1983 – 2012. The development of the fused products is based on the Spatiotemporal Categorical Map Fusion (SCaMF) methodology

Reality of hosted Voyager, The

Laura Guy & Lesli M. Moore
Presented at the May 2013 meeting of the Ex Libris Users of North America Conference held in Athens, Georgia.

Alma \"New Books\" list from Analytics reports to static HTML for web site inclusion

Laura Guy
This zip file contains the basic instructions (a word document), the Alma Oracle B.I. Analytics query screenshots, and example files (initial Excel and the final txt). In brief the included files provide the workflow to generate the necessary Analytics reports, then use Excel and UltraEdit (or text editor of your choice) to make changes to the files so they can be put in static web pages. The readme file includes a URL to the final...

Managing Voyager in small libraries: supporting your server

Laura Guy
78 Powerpoint slides plus 3 session handouts combined in 1 PDF file.

Making the most out of Primo

Laura Guy
Over the past year, ProQuest and Ex Libris have come together to accelerate the innovation of advanced discovery services through Summon and Primo. The enrichment of these discovery services represents how a new, united approach can deliver more value to libraries and their users. Attend this session to understand how we are leveraging data and technology to create new avenues of resource discovery, and how one library has worked with the limited resources available to...

Hitting consortial paydirt: Voyager, INN-Reach and the Colorado \"Prospector\" unified catalog

Laura Guy & George Machovec
69 Powerpoint slides.

Modeling a self-excited induction generator

M. Godoy Simões
Includes bibliographical references.

Access to Analyzer: making the transition

Laura Guy
In addition to the Powerpoint slides there are three workflow example documents available for download.

Cooking with authority: using a flipped lesson and librarian meeting to evaluate authority

Brianna B. Buljung
This recipe is designed for an introduction to design course and is most suited to courses with a team project. It can be used to support courses in disciplines across STEM, especially environmental science, mechanical engineering, sustainability studies, and civil engineering. It can also be effectively deployed in courses in which students engage with stakeholders or customers of some sort. Librarians can use the lesson to help students tease out the contextual nature of authority...

Nanotechnology, ethics and policy education: research and pedagogy

Carl Mitcham, Corinne E. Packard, Laura Heller, Derrick Hudson, Cortney Holles, Wang Nan, Zhu Qin, Jason Delborne, Jennifer J. Schneider & Sandra Woodson
This panel discussion on the creation of interdisciplinary modules about the social, ethical, environmental, and economic impact of nanotechnology was presented in three parts: the background of federal support for nanotechnology research; the pedagogy, practice and outcomes of the course modules and faculty workshop; and a review of the literature on social justice and ethics in nanotechnology with respect to belief systems and underrepresented groups. The presentation was delivered at the 2013 Association for Practical...

Impact of global warming on the formation of debris flows in an alpine region of southeastern Tibet, The

Peng Cui, Yang Jia & Dingzhu Liu
Debris flows are one of the typical mountain hazards in the Qinghai Tibet Plateau, and they are also one of the most active and harmful hazards in the southeast of Tibet. Different from the formation mechanism of debris-flow hazard at low altitude, the debris flows in this alpine region are caused by the coupling of glacier movement, snow melting, and precipitation. To get the meteorological conditions in formation area of debris flows at the time...

Implementation of an integrated management strategy to deal with landslide triggered debris flows: the Valloire case study (Savoie, France)

Dominique Laigle, Denis Jongmans, Frédéric Liebault, Laurent Baillet, Etienne Rey, Firmin Fontaine, Laurent Borgniet, Mylène Bonnefoy-Demongeot & Frédéric Ousset
The Rieu Benoît is a debris-flow-prone catchment located in Valloire (Savoie, France). In 2011, a lateral landslide was detected about 600 m upstream of the fan apex where houses are present. This landslide has evolved slowly since 2011 but is likely, in case of rapid collapse, to provide up to 150,000 to 200,000 m3 of material to the channel and generate intense debris flows thus threatening human settlements on the fan and in the Valloire...

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