This website will remain accessible as a resource for workshop participants and their colleagues.
Funding for this workshop was provided by the Kansas City District of the US Army Corps of Engineers. USACE Engineer Dr. John Shelley spearheaded the organization of the workshop and secured funding from the USACE.
Geomorphic Change Detection Software development(GCD 5) is being provided by the USGS's Grand Canyon Monitoring & Research Center.
Previous funding for GCD Software Development was provided by the Intermountain Center for River Restoration and Rehabilitation at Utah State University:
GCD Software was originally developed by Joe Wheaton (Utah State University Department of Watershed Sciences), Chris Garrard (Utah State University RSGIS Lab), and James Brasington (University of Canterbury). The newest version of the GCD is currently under development by ESSA Technologies & North Arrow Research.
The current development team consists of Philip Bailey (North Arrow Research), Nick Ochoski (ESSA), Frank Poulsen (ESSA), and Joe Wheaton (USU).