Kyle Chouinard

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Kyle Chouinard
System Administrator and Programmer
Location: 
2916 Wood Hall, Mail Stop 5241
Mailing address: 
Department of Geosciences
Western Michigan University
1903 W Michigan Ave
Kalamazoo MI 49008-5241 USA
Education: 
  • BS, Computer Science, Western Michigan University, 2009
Bio: 

Kyle Chouinard is system administrator and programmer in the Department of Geosciences at Western Michigan University. He also works with the research group in the Earth Science Remote Sensing Lab. He keeps the servers running smoothly, develops the website, manages databases, and creates custom tools and algorithms for the lab.

Recent Publications

  • Ahmed, M., Sultan, M., Wahr, J., Yan, E., Chouinard, K., 2014, The use of GRACE data to monitor natural and anthropogenic induced variations in water availability across Africa, Earth Science Reviews, v. 136, pp. 289-300.
  • Abouelmagd, A., Sultan, M., Sturchio, N., Soliman, F., Rashed, M., Ahmed, M., Kehew, A., Milewski, A., Chouinard, K., 2013, Paleoclimate record in the Nubian Sandstone Aquifer, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt. Quaternary Research, v. 81, pp. 158-167.
  • Alharbi, T., Sultan, M., Sefry, S., El Kadiri, R., Ahmed, M., Chase, R., Milewski, A., AbuAbdallah, M., Emil, M., Chouinard, K., 2013, An assessment of landslide distribution in the Fifa area, Saudi Arabia, using remote sensing and GIS techniques, Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences Discussion, v.1, pp. 6685-6717.
  • Sultan, M., Chouinard, K., Ahmed, M., Sturchio, N., Yan, M., Milewski, A., Becker, R., Becker, D. and Wahr, J., 2013, Assessment of the vulnerabilities of the Nubian Sandstone Fossil Aquifer, North Africa. Climate vulnerability: understanding and addressing threats to essential resources. Elsevier Inc., Academic Press, pp. 311–333.