Department of Geography, University of North Dakota
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Journalism B.J. 1991
Kansas State University (KSU) Geography M.A. 1995
Kansas State University (KSU) Geography Ph.D. 2000
2004-Present Associate Professor, Department of Geography, UND
2000-2004 Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, UND
1998-2000 Adjunct Instructor, College of Technology and Aviation, KSU-Salina
1997-2000 Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Geography, KSU
1995-1996 Associate Scientist, Lockheed Martin Engineering & Sciences Company, NASA
Johnson Space Center, Houston
Rundquist, B.C. and D.A. Brookman. 2007. Spectral characterization of the invasive
shrub Saltcedar (Tamarix spp.) in North Dakota. Geocarto International. (in press).
Rundquist, B.C., C.J. Henrie, and E.J. Grewe. 2006. Internet access to remotely
sensed data: Satellite imaging made commonplace. Journal of Map & Geography Libraries
Sethre, P.R., B.C. Rundquist, and P.E. Todhunter. 2005. Remote detection of prairie
pothole ponds in the Devils Lake Basin of North Dakota. GIScience & Remote Sensing
Todhunter, P.E., and B.C. Rundquist. 2004. The nine-year flood: Terminal lake flooding
and wetland expansion in Nelson County, North Dakota (USA). Physical Geography 25(1):68-85.
Rundquist, B.C. 2002. The influence of canopy vegetation fraction on spectral measurements
over native tallgrass prairie. Remote Sensing of Environment 81(1):129-135.
Rundquist, B.C., and J.A. Harrington, Jr. 2000. The effects of climatic factors
on vegetation dynamics of tallgrass and shortgrass cover. Geocarto International
Rundquist, B.C., J.A. Harrington, Jr., and D.G. Goodin. 2000. Mesoscale satellite
bioclimatology. The Professional Geographer 52(2):331-344.
Director of North Dakota View, which is a remote sensing outreach and workforce
development program. North Dakota View is a part of the AmericaView Consortium funded
by the U.S. Geological Survey. (2004-present)
Developed and direct on-campus and on-line graduate certificates in Geographic Information
Science at UND. (2002-present)