Meteorologic, hydrologic, and geographic characterization of historic floods in the Delaware River Basin. Christopher Woltemade. Middle States Geographer, 2016, 49: 63-73.
2017 Framework for Long-term Land Cover Change Monitoring in the Delaware River Basin– Recommendations to WPF
Mapping overview flyer– for public dissemination
2017 Final Report– William Penn Foundation
DRB2070 version 2 Documentation- Overview of baseline and alternative future land cover scenarios for the Delaware River Basin in 2070.
PKC2070 version 2 Documentation- Overview of baseline and alternative future land cover scenarios for the Poconos-Kittatinny Cluster of the Delaware River Watershed Initiative in 2070.
DRWI Webinar Slides. Phase 2 Planning: Shippensburg University Future Land Use Scenarios (2/23/17)
2016 Annual Report– William Penn Foundation
Choosing Trajectories: An Aide for Modeling Future Land Use Scenarios in the Delaware River Basin– Created for our DRB2070 Scenario Development Workshop in Media (10/18/16)
Jantz, C., S. Drzyzga, A. Yáñez Morillo, A. Price, and J. Barth (2016). Developing future land use scenarios for the Delaware River Basin. US-IALE 2016 Annual Meeting- Asheville, N.C.
Yáñez Morillo, A., C.A. Jantz, and T. Erickson (2016). The SLEUTH Wizard: Python scripts to automate the SLEUTH urban growth model. US-IALE 2016 Poster Session, Asheville.
2015 Annual Report– William Penn Foundation
Jantz, C.A., S.A. Drzyzga, J. O’Neil-Dunne, and P. Claggett (2015). “A Land Cover Mapping, Modeling and Monitoring System for the Delaware River Basin in Support of Maintaining and Restoring Water Resources.” A concept paper submitted to the William Penn Foundation.
Project Overview – A factsheet created by Shippensburg University outlining the three components of this project.
Delaware River Basin Mapping – A factsheet created by the University of Vermont about the high-resolution mapping component of this project.
Delaware River Basin 2070 – A factsheet created by Shippensburg University about the forecast modeling component of this project.