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Contact Information and Project Staff

The development of GISHydro2000 has been a collaborative effort of faculty, staff, and students in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Maryland.  For questions about the software, Glenn Moglen is the primary contact.

Dr. Glenn E. Moglen:  Glenn Moglen is the Principal Investigator of research projects related to GISHydro.  He conducts research for various state and federal agencies on the hydrologic effects of land use change, river mechanics/morphology, hydrology and hydraulics.

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Dr. Robert M. Ragan:  Robert Ragan's pioneering work in Remote Sensing and GIS is the cornerstone of the existing GISHydro program.  Dr. Ragan is now a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Maryland.

Michael J. Casey:  Mike Casey was a Research Engineer specializing in GIS application development.  He developed much of the existing GISHydro2000 software.

R. Edward Beighley:  Ed Beighley was a PhD student working under Glenn Moglen.  Ed contributed the USGS stream gage network data used by the GISHydro program.  His PhD research examined the relationship of urbanization trends to changes in the gaged stream flow record in Maryland. (Now at Northeastern University - Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering)