Dissemination

Publications:

Salazar, S.E., Coffman, R.A. (2019). “Multi-Channel Optical Receiver for Ground-Based Topographic Hyperspectral Remote Sensing.” Remote Sensing. Vol. 11, No. 5, 578; doi:10.3390/rs11050578.

Salazar, S.E., Garner, C.D., Coffman, R.A. (2019). “Development of a Multimode Field Deployable Lidar Instrument for Topographic Measurements of Unsaturated Soil Properties: Instrument Description.” Remote Sensing. Vol. 11, No. 3, 289; doi:10.3390/rs11030289.

Garner, C.D., Salazar, S.E., Coffman, R.A. (2019). “Index and Hydraulic Properties of Soil Using Visible Through Near-Infrared Spectroscopy.” Soil Science. Submitted for Review. Manuscript ID: SS-S-17-00068.

Kern, A.N., Addison, P., Oommen, T., Salazar, S.E., Coffman, R.A. (2017). “Machine Learning Based Predictive Modeling of Debris Flow Probability Following Wildfire in the Intermountain Western United States.” Mathematical Geosciences; doi:10.1007/s11004-017-9681-2.

Salazar, S.E., Coffman, R.A. (2019). “Preliminary Measurements from a Topographic Hyperspectral Laser Absorption Spectrometer.” Journal of Applied Remote Sensing. In Preparation.

Presentations:

Salazar, S.E. (2018). “Development of a Hyperspectral Remote Sensor for Unsaturated Soil Measurements.” Presentation, University of Oslo GeoHyd Seminar Series, Oslo, Norway, May 25, 2018. 

Salazar, S.E., Coffman, R.A. (2017). “Remote Sensor Development for Evaluating Soil Properties in Wildfire Impacted Areas.” Poster presentation, Geofaredagen Conference, Oslo, Norway, October 19, 2017.

Salazar, S.E. (2017). “Development of Remote Sensing Technologies for Saturated and Unsaturated Soil Measurements.” Presentation, Norwegian Geotechnical Institute, Geosurveys Department, Oslo, Norway, May 23, 2017.

Salazar, S.E., Coffman, R.A. (2017). “Remote Sensor Development for Evaluating Soil Properties in Wildfire Impacted Areas.” Poster presentation, Geotechnical Frontiers Conference, Orlando, March 13, 2017.

Salazar, S.E. (2017). “Compact Multimode Field Deployable Lidar Instrument for Topographic Measurements of Unsaturated Soil Properties.” Presentation, Univ. of Arkansas Microelectronics and Photonics Commercialization of Research (MEPH 5383) Guest Lecture, Fayetteville, Arkansas, February 9, 2017.

Salazar, S.E., Coffman, R.A. (2016). “Remote Sensing of Soils for Evaluating Hazard Following Wildfires.” Poster Presentation, 2016 Oklahoma Transportation Research Day, Oklahoma City, October 18, 2016.

Addison, P., Kern, A., Sha, Q., Oommen, T. (2016). “Regional Influence on Predicting Post-Wildfire Debris Flow Occurrence in Western USA.” Presentation, 59th Annual Meeting of the Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists, Waikoloa Village, Hawaii, September 23, 2016.

Garner, C.D., Salazar, S.E., Coffman, R.A. (2016). “Evaluation of a Field and Laboratory Remote Sensing Method for Determining Atterberg Limits and Clay Content.” Presentation, 95th Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Washington D.C., January 11, 2016.

Addison, P., Kern, A.N., Oommen, T., Salazar, S.E., Coffman, R.A. (2015). “Machine Learning Based Predictive Modeling of Post Wildfire Debris Flow Probability in the Intermountain Western United States.” Poster presentation, NASA ARSET Workshop, Idaho State University, October 6, 2015.

Garner, C.D., Salazar, S.E. Coffman, R.A., Oommen, T. (2015). “Ultra-violet Near-infrared Reflectance Spectroscopy for Remote Measurement of Soil Water Potential.” Presentation, 58th Annual Meeting of the Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, September 24, 2015.

Demonstrations:

Remote Sensing End User Workshop on Post Wildfire Debris Flow (August 24, 2017). Sacramento, California. Agenda.

Technical Advisory Committee meeting (April 11, 2016). Lakewood, Colorado. Agenda.

Commercial Remote Sensing & Spatial Information (CRS&SI) Technologies Workshop 2 – Commercialization Framework (December 3, 2015). Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Agenda.

NASA Applied Remote Sensing Training (ARSET) workshop, Charlotte Fire site, Pocatello, Idaho (October 7, 2015). Agencies represented: NASA, DOI, BLM, USFS, INL, IFG, Idaho State University, Boise State University. Agenda.

University of Arkansas campus, Fayetteville, Arkansas (September 23, 2015). Agenda.

Intellectual Property:

Salazar, S.E., Garner, C.D., Coffman, R.A. (2017). “Field Deployable Soil Observation Topographic Differential Absorption LiDAR (SOTDiAL).” U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Patent 15/671,040. Filed August, 2017.

Press Releases:

Civil Engineering magazine, December 2014:

Device Could Detect Probability of Postwildfire Landslides

University of Arkansas Newswire headlines, October 22, 2014:

Grant Will Help Researchers Develop System to Assess Risk of Mudslides, Rock Falls

United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency Response, October 22, 2014:

University of Arkansas: Developing a decision support system for mudslide risk