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Sally Holl is a Geographer for the Texas Water Science Center in Austin and has more than a decade of experience in GIS and water science. She holds an MS in Hydrogeology from University of Texas at Austin, a BA from Oberlin College, and a Secondary Science Teaching Certificate from Cal State Fullerton.
She is currently the Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative GIS & Data Coordinator and managing an FY13 project to increase public engagement in USGS citizen science.
Recent project highlights:
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Holl, S. (2011), National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center Project Accomplishments: Highlights. U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2011-3135, 4 p., http://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/2011/3135/
----- (2011), U.S. Geological Survey Community for Data Integration: NWIS Web Services Snapshot Tool for ArcGIS, U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2011-3141, 2 p., http://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/2011/3141
----- (2011), Delivering Climate Science for the Nation’s Fish, Wildlife, and Ecosystems: The U.S. Geological Survey National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center. U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2011-3057, 2 p., http://pubs.usgs.gov/fs/2011/3057/
----- (2009), Data Rescue and Recovery: A prototype project to unlock more than 100 years of USGS data. USGS Technical Session. Austin, Texas. Presentation and live web broadcast from the Texas Water Science Center, January 2009.
----- (2008), Data-Driven Detectives: Spatial Data Analysis Using Weights of Evidence and Weighted Logistic Regression. Texas GIS Forum. Austin, Texas. October 2008.
----- and D. Eames (2008), Data Rescue and Recovery: A prototype project to unlock more than 100 years of USGS data, http://txpub.usgs.gov/LTM.
----- (2008), A semi-automated hydrologic unit naming method. USGS 7th Biennial Geographic Information Science Workshop. Denver, Colorado. May 2008.
----- (2006), Rowland High School Earth Science Notebook, http://sallyholl.com/science/rhs/.
----- (2005), Pio Pico Middle School Science Class Website, http://sallyholl.com/science/piopico/index.shtml.
----- (2004), The sensitivity of land surface model simulations to bias reduction of ERA-15 downward radiation forcing, M.S. Thesis, University of Texas at Austin.
Berg A.A., J.S. Famiglietti, M. Rodell, U. Jambor, S. Holl, R.H. Reichle, and P.R. Houser (2005), Development of a Hydrometeorological Forcing Data Set for Global Soil Moisture Estimation, International Journal of Climatology, 25, 1697-1714.
Bunch, M., D. Haberlah, N. Dobrzinski, S. Holl, B. Ainsworth, S. Vidal-Gilbert, B. Field, B. Doody, and S. Mockler (2009), Defining geological systems for CO2 storage - characterisation and modelling. Poster presented at the SPE Technical Forum: CO2 Capture and Storage: Can the Oil and Gas Industry Support its Development and Deployment?, Cadiz, Spain, 13-18 September.
Dobrzinski, N., D. Haberlah, M. Bunch, S. Holl, B. Ainsworth, and S. Mockler (2009), CCS modelling workflow: new aspects, emphases and knowledge gaps. In: Program and Abstracts, CO2CRC Research Symposium, Coolum, Australia, 1-3 December, pp. 88.
Famiglietti, J.S., J. Chen, S. Holl, M. Rodell, K. Seo, T. Syed, and C.R. Wilson (2004), Terrestrial water storage variations using GRACE: Implications for water budget closure at multiple scales, in Proceedings of the 2nd international CAHMDA workshop on: The Terrestrial Water Cycle: Modelling and Data Assimilation Across Catchment Scales, edited by A.J. Teuling, H. Leijnse, P.A. Troch, J. Sheffield and E.F. Wood, pp. 14, Princeton, NJ, 25-27 October.
Menacherry, S., J. Kaldi, S. Mockler, and S. Holl (2010), Assessing a regional to site-specific potential for geologic sequestration in the Sydney Basin, Australia. Abstract submitted for presentation at the AAPG 2010 Annual Convention and Exhibition, New Orleans, USA, 11-14 April.
Rodell, M., J.S. Famiglietti, J. Chen, S.I. Seneviratne, P. Viterbo, S. Holl, and C. R. Wilson (2004), Basin scale estimates of evapotranspiration using GRACE and other observations, Geophysical Research Letters, 31, L20504, doi:10.1029/2004GL020873.
Moring, J.B. (2008), Evaluation of Environmental Flow Prescriptions for Big Cypress Creek: An Emphasis on Hydrologic Connectivity. Presented at the Caddo Lake Institute Flows Workshop, December 2008, http://www.caddolakeinstitute.us/docs/flows/dec08meeting/moring_evaluations_hydro_dec08.pdf, pp. 7-10, 14.
-----, Analysis of the Building Blocks. Presented at the Caddo Lake Institute Flows Workshop, December 2008, http://www.caddolakeinstitute.us/docs/flows/dec08meeting/moring_analysis_bldgblocks.pdf, pp. 8-23.
-----, Field Work Since 2006. Presented at the Caddo Lake Institute Flows Workshop, December 2008, http://www.caddolakeinstitute.us/docs/flows/dec08meeting/moring_fieldworksince06_dec08.pdf, pp. 4, 6-7.
Parcher, J. (2009) U.S.-Mexico Border Environmental Health Initiative & U.S.-Mexico Border Geographic Information System. Presented at the United Nations Regional Cartography Conference, August 2009, http://unstats.un.org/unsd/geoinfo/9th-UNRCC-A/Presentations/IP%2018%20behi_UNRRC.pdf, pp. 12-14.
Thompson, D.B. and T.G. Cleveland (2009), Subdivision of Texas Watersheds for Hydrologic Modelling, Texas Tech University Multidisciplinary Research in Transportation Research Report 0-5822-01-2, http://www.depts.ttu.edu/techmrtweb/Reports/Complete%20Reports/0-5822.pdf.
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