Geodetic and Remote Sensing Analyst
Certificate, State University of New York
Licensed Surveyor, retired
Development, analysis, and integration of GPS surveying, remote sensing, and image processing techniques as related to coastal and wetland mapping activities.
Development of Shoreline Situation Reports for Tidewater Maryland and Tidewater Virginia
Land use and land cover classification of satellite imagery using remote sensing
HGM development of hydro-geomorphic model for hardwood mineral flats
Status and trends of Phragmites australis invasion within constructed wetlands in Virginia
Distribution of mussels in natural marshes
Development of new percent cover and canopy closure calculations methodology using digital photography and image processing
Havens, Kirk J., Berquist, Harry, Priest, Walter I., 2003, Common Reed Grass, Phragmites australis, Expansion into Constructed Wetlands: Are We Mortgaging Our Wetland Future?, Estuaries 26(2B):417-422.
Kirk J. Havens, Harry Berquist, and Walter I. Priest, III, 2002, Status and Trends of Phragmites australis invasion within constructed wetlands in Virginia. Final report submitted to EPA.
Berman, Marcia, Harry Berquist, and Carl Hershner. 1998. Quantitative Evaluation of the Regulatory Process and Its Impacts to Tidal Wetlands. Final report submitted to EPA.
Berquist, H. E. 1998 Quick Shoreline Coverages From Landsat TM Scenes. Abstract for Annual ESRI User’s Conference.
Berquist, H. E., and M. R. Berman. 1994. GIS/GPS Applications An Integrated Approach to Shoreline Studies. Abstract for Annual Convention of the ASPRS/ACSM.
Havens, K. J., W. I. Priest III, and H. Berquist. 1997. The Investigation of Phragmites australis within Virginia’s constructed wetland sites. Environmental Management 21(4): 599-605.