Mark Manone

Mark Manone, M.A., Assistant Professor of Practice
Work Phone: (928) 523-9159
Office: SBS West / Bld 70, Room 250


Northern Arizona University MA 2009 Rural Geography (GIS/Remote Sensing)

Northern Arizona University, BS 1992 Geography/GIS


Assistant Professor of Practice, Geography, Planning and Recreation 2010-present

Director, Geospatial Research and Information Lab 2010-present

Adjunct Faculty, Dine’ College, 2008-present

ESRI Authorized GIS Instructor 2003-2009

Selected Publications:

Androwski, J., A. Springer, T. Acker, M. Manone. 2010. Wind-Powered Desalination: An Estimate of Saline Groundwater in the U.S. Journal of the American Water Resources Association.

Hoisch, T.S., Newell, S, Manone, M.F. and Austin, B. 2010. Application of tablet PCs
to lecture demonstrations on mineral optics. Journal of Geoscience Education.

Manone, M.F., Umhoefer P.J. and Garcia, P. 2006, Integrating emerging Technologies Throughout the Geology Undergraduate Curriculum: Using Tablet PCs, Wireless Networks, and Digital Geospatial Data in the Classroom, Lab, and Field,1st annual Workshop on the Impact of Pen-based Technology on Education. "The Impact of Pen-based Technology on Education: Vignettes, Evaluations, and Future Directions" editors Dave Berque, Jane Prey, and Rob Reed. Purdue University Press.

Manone, M. 2004, Comparative assessment of short term volume change on sandbars using digital softcopy stereo-photogrammetry versus two-dimentsional planimetric photogrammetry, Final report to the Grand Canyon Monitoring and Research Center, cooperative agreement # 1425-98-FC-40-22630, pp 38

University, Flagstaff, AZ.

Manone, M.F., and Mietz, S., 2001 Preliminary evaluation of LIDAR data acquired rior to and following the September 2001 Colorado River experimental flow, Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program Science Symposium Proceedings, Flagstaff, Az. April 26-27.

Recent Research Awards:

Grand Canyon National Park – Development of Arcaeology Geodatabase. 2010. PI. $10,683

National Science Foundation – ITEST, Examine Your Environement with the Power of Data (EYE-POD), 2009. Co-PI. $926,000

Science Foundation Arizona, - Harnessing the Power of Data, 2009, Co-PI. $400,017

TRIF – ERDENE - 2009. Devlopement of online GIS workshop modules and ArcGI server interface for Arizona GIS base data. PI. $48,756

HP Technology for Teaching Leadership Grant - 2005, $168,000. Principal Investigator