This page contains a list of current and past courses I have taught. The current courses also have links to course pages as appropriate.
When ever I go to the effort of putting together a course or workshop, I try to post everything on the web so participants/students can refer back to it and so other instructors can borrow content for their own courses.
- WATS 4930, 4931, 6915*, 6920 & 6921* - GIS Courses (Spring Semester)
- WATS 6260 - Graduate Student Induction Course (Fall Semester)
- WATS 6850 *- Geomorphic Change Detection (Spring Semester)
- WATS 6840 *- Fluvial Hydraulics and Ecohydraulics (Alternate Spring Semesters)
- WATS 6860* - Partnering with Beaver in Restoration Design (Fall Semester)
* Espresso Courses / Workshops
- Part II - Geomorphology and Sediment Transport Principles Applied to Channel Design - July (5 day short course)
- Restoration Monitoring: Geomorphic Change Detection - April or May (2-3 day workshop)
- Partnering with Beaver in Restoration Design Workshop - September (3 day workshop; Fall 2013 Semester CRN for USU Graduate students is: 54693)
- Building Professional GIS Applications - February 10-15, 2014 - taught by Philip Bailey
- Summit: Fluvial Habitats Center (Feb 2014) - ‘Multibeam Echo Sounding in Rivers Summit’, Logan, UT
- Invited Workshop: Utah Natural Resource Conservation Service (Aug 2013) – ‘Working with Beaver in Restoration’ Short course, Logan, UTInvited Workshop:
- Wilburforce & Grand Canyon Trust (April 2013) – ‘Beaver Restoration Assessment Tool’, Logan, UT.
- Invited Workshop: Kansas Water Office (March 2013) – ‘Geomorphic Change Detection Workshop’, Lawrence, KS.
- Invited Short Course: River Restoration Northwest Annual Symposium (Feb 2013) – ‘Working with Beaver in Restoration’ Short course, Skamania, WA.
- Invited Workshop: Utah Watersheds Coordinating Council (Oct 2012) – ‘Partnering with Beaver in Restoration’, Logan, UT.
- Invited Workshop: US Army Corps of Engineers (May 2012) – ‘Geomorphic Change Detection Workshop’, Kansas City, MO.
- Invited Workshop: US Bureau of Reclamation Sedimentation & River Hydraulics Group: (April 2012). Near Census Assessment of Fluvial Form, Process, Change and Associated Ecosystem Services., 2012 Annual Lecture Series - US Bureau of Reclamation Sedimentation & River Hydraulics Group: Denver, CO.
- Invited Workshop: US Geologic Survey Grand Canyon Monitoring Research Center (May 2011) – ‘Geomorphic Change Detection Workshop’, Flagstaff, AZ.
- Invited Workshop: Idaho Power (Nov 2010) – ‘Geomorphic Change Detection Workshop’, Boise, ID.
- Invited Workshop: NSF LiDaR Workshop on ‘New Tools in Process-Based Analysis of LiDaR Topographic Data’ (July 2010)– ‘Geomorphic Change Detection Workshop’ , Boulder, CO.
- GEOL100- The Dynamic Earth:An introduction to Earth Sciences
- GEOL210- Earth in Space and Time:An introduction to spatial analysis and production of topographic and geologic maps on paper and in GIS
- GEOL599- Tools in Geomorphology:An advanced graduate level course on the development and application of monitoring and modeling tools.
Aberystwyth University (Wales, UK), I was a Lecturer (equivalent to a tenure-track Assistant Professor in US).
I was module coordinator for two Undergraduate Modules:
- EA20110 - Environmental Management - Second Year
- GG30220 - Modelling In Fluvial Geomorphology - Final Year
I also taught on the following modules:
- GG22110 - Level 2 Geography Tutorial - Second Year
- GG38110 - Level 3 Geography Tutorial - Final Year
- GG39130 - Geography Dissertation - Final Year
- GG21920 - Geography Science Fieldwork (New Zealand Field Trip) - Second Year. See the Course Blog Here.
- EAM1920 - Geomorphologial Approaches To River Basin Management- MSc
University of Southampton, I was a demonstrator or teaching assistant on the following courses:
- Advanced Field Methods in Physical Geography - Arolla, Switzerland
- Drainage Basin Geomorphology - Final Year
- Geomorphological Processes - Second Year
- Physical Geography in Environmental Management - Final Year