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Greetings, and welcome to the Department of Geosciences. On this page, you will find a few facts about my background, my research interests, and my personal interests. If you would like to know more about me or the Department, feel free to call or email me.
Ph. D. | 2000 | Kansas State University
A.B.D. | 1998 | Kansas State University
M.A. | 1990 | University of Nebraska - Omaha
B.S. | 1983 | University of Nebraska - Omaha
Applied Agricultural Geography
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Disaster Response and Remediation
Bioterrorism and Biowarfare
Neuhauser, Kenneth R, Thomas Schafer. “Subsidence Measurement of the I-70 Sinkholes, Russell County, Kansas. Eighth Report of Field Work – 4/14/09.” Kansas Geological Survey Open-File Report 2009.
Neuhauser, Kenneth R, Thomas Schafer. “Subsidence Measurement of the I-70 Sinkholes, Russell County, Kansas. Seventh Report of Field Work – 12/05/08.” Kansas Geological Survey Open-File Report 2009.
Neuhauser, Kenneth R, Thomas Schafer. “Subsidence Measurement of the I-70 Sinkholes, Russell County, Kansas. Seventh Report of Field Work – 4/10/08.” Kansas Geological Survey Open-File Report 2008.
Neuhauser, Kenneth R, Thomas Schafer, Richard Lisichenko. 2004. “Volumetric Calculation and Life Expectancy of the City of Hays [Kansas] Industrial Landfill Using GPS and ArcGIS and Spatial Analyst GIS” Kansas Geological Survey Open-File Report 2004-25.
Schafer, Thomas , and John Heinrichs. 2004. “Impact of Teleconnections on Kansas Regional Winter Wheat Yields 1903 – 2001” at Kansas Academy of Science, Spring 2004. Delivered at Kansas Academy of Science Annual Meeting, Spring 2004
Burch, Jeff, Richard Lisichenko, and Thomas Schafer. 2003. “Demographic Characteristics of Admitted Fort Hays State University Freshmen, 2003”. Delivered at Association of American Geographers Fall Regional Conference, Fall 2003.
Schafer, Thomas. 2002. “Spatial Incidence of New Cases of Tuberculosis in Kansas 1990 – 2000: Using GIS as a Tool in Public Health Research”. Presented at Annual Meeting of the Kansas Academy of Science, Spring 2002
Lisichenko, Richard, and Thomas C Schafer. 2002. “Kansas From Afar” Geocarto International 17:2: 75-79.
Schafer, Thomas C. 2002. “The University and the GIS Community: Defining the New Paradigm” (E-Publication at www.magicgis.org)
Schafer, Thomas C. 2001.” Specialization and Diversification in the Agricultural System of Southwestern Kansas, 1887 – 1980.” In Fluid Arguments: Water in the American West, Ed. by Char Miller. Phoenix; University of Arizona Press
Plume Modeling and Bioterrorism, WMD Effects and Mitigation, Agroterrorism, Disaster Planning and Mitigation.