Instructor Centennial Hall 112 719.255.4055 firstname.lastname@example.org curriculum vitae
MA, University of Colorado Colorado Springs, 2004
Examining sediment transport and gully formation in alpine environs
Assessing the effectiveness of restoration treatments in post-fire areas
Characterizing topographic change through terrestrial 3D laser scanning
GES 4100/5100 GPS in GIS
GES 4310/5310 Geomorphology
GES 4480/5480 Environmental Problems of Colorado
GEOL 3700 Environmental Geology
GES 2050 Digital Earth
GES 1050 Map and Compass
GES 1010 Environmental Systems: Landforms and Soils
Awards and Honors:
2012 Outstanding Teaching Award Lecturer; UCCS Dept. of Geography and Environmental Studies
Jennings, S. and E. Billmeyer. 2014. Modeling subalpine and upper montane forest-climate interactions in Colorado: A comparative study using GIS. International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research. October-December 2014, Vol. 5, No. 4.
Jennings, S. and E. Billmeyer. 2012. Modeling subalpine and upper montaine forest-climate interactions in Colorado. Papers of the Applied Geography Conferences 35:327-335.
Billmeyer, E., Lempit, H. Hassler, A. 2011. Upper South Platte/Hayman Effectiveness and Baseline Monitoring Year 1. Report prepared for the South Platte Ranger District, U.S.D.A.
Billmeyer, E., 2010. Severy Creek Basin Analysis, Pikes Peak, CO. Report prepared for the Pike and San Isabel National Forest, U.S.D.A.
Billmeyer, E., Clouse, W. 2008. Evaluation of Gully Erosion Control and Restoration Techniques in the North Crystal Creek Basin, Pikes Peak. Proceedings of the 18th High Altitude Revegetation Workshop. In Press.