Patrick J. Kennelly
Professor of Geography
B.S., Allegheny College, M.S., University of ArizonaPh.D., Oregon State University
Cartography, Geographic Information Systems, Spatial Analysis, Online Education, Terrain Representation
Bannister, R, and P. Kennelly. 2015. Incorporating Stream Features into Groundwater Contouring Tools with GIS. Accepted by Groundwater.
Neidich-Ryder, C.* and P. Kennelly. 2014. Mapping Prairie Remnants of the Hempstead Plains, Long Island, New York. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 186(5): 3011-3022.
Kennelly, P. and J. Stewart. 2014. General Sky Models for Illuminating Terrains. International Journal of Geographical Information Science 28(2): 383-406.
Kennelly, P. 2013. Relating GIS&T and Project Management Bodies of Knowledge to Projects Perceived as Successes. The URISA Journal 25(1): 5-17.
Kennelly, P. 2012. Cross-Hatched Shadow Line Maps. The Cartographic Journal 49(2): 135-142.
Kennelly, P. 2011. Landscape Volumetrics and Visualizations of the Butte Mining District, Montana. Environmental and Engineering Geoscience XVII(3): 213-226.
Stewart, J. and P. Kennelly. 2010. Illuminated Choropleth Maps. Annals of the Association of American Geographers. 100(3): 513-534.
Takeuchi, K.* and P. Kennelly. 2010. iSeismometer: A Geoscientific iPhone Application. Computers and Geosciences. 36 :573-575.
Gammons C., T. Duaime, S. Parker, S. Poulson, and P. Kennelly. 2010.Geochemistry and Stable Isotope Investigation of Acid Mine Drainage Associated with Abandoned Coal Mines in Central Montana, USA. Chemical Geology. 269: 100-112.
Kennelly, P. 2009. An Online Social Networking Approach to Reinforce Learning of Rocks and Minerals. Journal of Geoscience Education. 57(1): 33-40.
Kennelly, P. 2008. Terrain Maps Displaying Hill-shading with Curvature. Geomorphology 102: 567-577.
* denotes student