Location: Stone Hall, 307B
Hours: Spring 2014: MF 3:00 - 4:00 and Th 2:00 - 3:00
Alford, Don, Ulrich Kamp, Caleb Pan. (in progress). Assessing the Role of Glaciers in the Hydrology of the Pamir and Tien Shan Mountains. Funded by The World Bank, 2013-2014.
Pan, Caleb, Ulrich Kamp, Jeff Colby, Kevin McManigal. (in progress). Anisotropic Correction in Landsat TM-based Mapping of Glaciers in the Altai Mountains of Mongolia.
Kamp, Ulrich, and Caleb Pan. (in progress). Glacier Monitoring in the Altai Mountains of Mongolia.
University of Montana, Missoula, MT, 2011- 2013
MS in Geography
Thesis: Inventory of Mongolian Glaciers for the Global Land Ice Measurements from Space (GLIMS) Program
Advisor: Dr. Ulrich Kamp
Appalachian State University, Boone, NC, 2006 - 2010
BS Geography, concentration in GIS
Advisor: Dr. Kathleen Schroeder
Field of Study
Mountain Geography, Environmental Change, Remote Sensing of Snow and Ice, Alpine Hydrology, Central Asia, and South American Andes.
2013, June to July – Shanghai, China
2013, March to April – Shanghai, China
2012, June – Eastern Coast, Taiwan
2012, June – Shanghai, China
2011, May to July – Shanghai, China
2011, June – Taipei/Tainan, Taiwan
2010, September – Eastern, China
2009, December – Southern China
2008, May – Central Highlands, Ecuador (Mountain Geography & Climate and Tropical Glaciers)
2007, May – Taipei, Taiwan
2005, June – Ocho Rios, Jamaica
GPHY 141S - Geography of World Regions
GPHY 385 - Field Techniques
Kamp, U., Krumwiede, B., McManigal, K., Pan, C., Walther, M., Dashtseren, A. (2013). The Glaciers of Mongolia. Institute for Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research (INSTAAR) Occasional Paper 61.
Walther, M., Kamp, U., Krumwiede, B., McManigal, K., Pan, C., Dashtseren, A.: Mongolian Glaciers - Past and Future Water Towers in Central Asia. Earth and Environmental Sciences. (In prep.)
Kamp, U., and Pan, C. (submitted). First satellite-derived glacier inventory for Mongolia. Remote Sensing of Environment.