Doug R. Oetter
Professor of Geography
315 Terrell Hall
Geographic Information Science
Gregory, Stan, Dave Hulse, Melanie Bertrand, Doug Oetter. The role of remotely sensed data in citizen-driven alternative futures analyses at a regional scale. In Fluvial Remote Sensing for Science and Management, edited by Herve Piegay. Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.
Blick, Jeffrey P., Jacqueline Hope Hopkins, and Doug Oetter. 2011. The prehistoric settlement patterns of San Salvador, Bahamas. Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology 6: 421-441.
Bachoon, Dave, Todd Nichols, Kalina Manoylov, Doug Oetter. 2009. Assessment of faecal pollution and relative algal abundances in Lakes Oconee and Sinclair, Georgia, USA. Lakes & Reservoirs: Research and Management 14: 139-149.
Oetter, Doug R., Linda R. Ashkenas, Stanley V. Gregory, Paula J. Minear. 2004. GIS methodology for characterizing historical conditions of the Willamette River flood plain, Oregon. Transactions in GIS 8(3):367-383.
Perry, David, Huang Jing, Andrew Youngblood, and Doug Oetter. 2004. Forest structure and fire susceptibility in volcanic landscapes of the Eastern High Cascades, Oregon. Conservation Biology 18: 913-926.
Oetter, Doug R., Warren B. Cohen, Mercedes Berterretche, Thomas K. Maiersperger, Robert E. Kennedy. 2001. Land cover mapping in an agricultural setting using multi-seasonal Thematic Mapper data. Remote Sensing of Environment 76(2):139-155.
ENSC 4120- Natural Hazards
ENSC 4400- Resource Use
ENSC 4450- Environment and Society
GEOG 1102- World Regional Geography
GEOG 1112- Introduction to Weather and Climate
GEOG 1113- Introduction to Landforms
GEOG 3100- Introduction to Geographic Information
GEOG 4100/5100- Advanced Geographic Information
GEOG 4112/5112- Advanced Weather and Climate
GEOG 4120/5120- Natural Hazards
GEOG 4400/5400- Resource Use
GEOG 4450/5450- Environment and Society
Forest cover mapping in northern Quebec and southern Chile, linking landscape changes to socio-economic conditions in rural Georgia, recreational trail development to link communities in Baldwin County, creating sustainable pathways for Georgia College.