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Publications and Presentations

Peer-reviewed publications:

Montero, J., Chesney, T., Bauer, J., Froeschke, J., Graham, J. 2016. Brown shrimp (Farfantepenaeus aztecus) density distribution in the Northern Gulf of Mexico: an approach using Boosted Regression Trees, Fisheries Oceanography, (In Press).

Nelson, J.R., T. H. Grubesic, L . Sim, K. Rose , Graham, J. 2015. Approach for assessing coastal vulnerability to oil spills for prevention and readiness using GIS and the Blowout and Spill Occurrence Model. Ocean & Coastal Management, doi:10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2015.04.014

Sim, L.,  J. Graham, K. Rose , R.Duran, J. Nelson, J. Umhoefer, J. Vielma. 2015. Developing a Comprehensive Deepwater Blowout and Spill Model; NETL-TRS-9-2015; EPAct Technical Report Series; U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory: Albany, OR, 2015; p 44.

Zielinski, W.J., F. Schlexer, J. Dunk, M. Lau, and J. Graham. 2015. A range-wide occupancy estimate and habitat model for the endangered Point Arena mountain beaver (Aplodontia rufa nigra). Journal of Mammalogy 39:380:393.

Bauer, J. R.; Nelson, J.; Romeo, L.; Eynard, J.; Sim, L.; Halama, J.; Rose, K.; Graham, J. 2015. A Spatio-Temporal Approach to Analyze Broad Risks and Potential Impacts Associated with Uncontrolled Hydrocarbon Release Events in the Offshore Gulf of Mexico; NETL-TRS-2-2015; EPAct Technical Report Series; U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory: Morgantown, WV, 2015; p 60.

Jarnevich, C.S., A. Simpson, J.J. Graham, G.J. Newman, and C.T. Bargeron. 2015. Running a Network on a Shoestring: the Global Invasive Species Information Network. Management of Biological Invasions. 6(2): 137–146.

Kumar S, Graham, J., West, A.M., and Evangelista, P.H. 2014. Using district-level occurrences in MaxEnt for predicting the invasion potential of an exotic insect pest in India. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture 103: 55-62.

Zielinski, W. J., F. V. Schlexer, J. R. Dunk, M. J. Lau, J.J. Graham. 2014. Using Survey Data to Estimate Occupancy and to Model Suitable Habitat throughout the Geographic Range of the Endangered Point Arena Mountain Beaver.  Peer Reviewed United States Department of Agriculture Report. 

Chesney, T.A.,  J. Graham, and S.S. Heppell. 2013. Interannual Variability of Humboldt Squid (Dosidicus gigas) in Oregon. Calif. Coop. Oceanic Fish. Invest. Rep. 54:180-191

Graham, J., N. Young, C. Jarnevich, A. Simpson, G. Newman, P. Evangelista, T. Stohlgren. 2013. Modeling Tamarisk (Tamarix spp.) Habitat at Multiple Spatial Scales with Hyper-Envelope Modeling Interface (HEMI). Environmental Management. 52:929–938.  DOI 10.1007/s00267-013-0144-3.

Stohlgren T. J., P. Pyšek, J. Kartesz, M. Nishino, A. Pauchard, M. Winter, J. Pino, D. M. Richardson, J. R. U. Wilson, B. R.  Murray, M. L. Phillips, L. Celesti-Grapow, J. Graham. 2013. Globalization effects on common plant species. Encyclopedia of Biodiversity. S. Levin (ed). Princeton, NJ. 3: 700-706.

Jarnevich, C. S.; Evangelista, P.; Graham, J. 2013. Measuring Extent and Projections of Tamarix Distribution in North America in Tamarix: A Case Study of Ecological Change in the American West. Oxford University Press.

Graham, J., K. Rose, J. Bauer , C. Disenhof, C. Jenkins , J. Nelson, C. Ringo, L. Sim,  K. Van Ackeren.  2012. Integration of Spatial Data to Support Risk and Impact Assessments for Deep and Ultra-deepwater Hydrocarbon Activities in the Gulf of Mexico. NETL-TRS-4-2012; EPAct Technical Report Series, U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory, Morgantown, WV, p 36.

Crall,  A.W., M. Renz, BJ Panke, G. Newman, C. Chapin, J. Graham , C. Bargeron. 2012. Developing cost-effective early detection networks for regional invasions. Biological Invasions. 14 (12):2461-2469. DOI:10.1007/s10530-012-0256-3.

Crall, A.W., R. Jordan, K.A. Holfelder, G. Newman, J. Graham, D.M. Waller. 2012. The Impact of an Invasive Species Citizen Science Training Program on Participant Attitudes, Behavior and Science Literacy. Public Understanding of Science. DOI:10.1177/0963662511434894.

Young, N., T. Stohlgren, S. Kumar, P. Evangelista, J. Graham, and G. Newman. 2012. Regional data refine local predictions: modeling the distribution of plant species abundance on a portion of the central plains. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 184 (9): 5439-5451.

Crall,  A.W., G. Newman,  T.J. Stohlgren,  K.A. Holfelder,  J. Graham, and D.M. Waller. 2012. Assessing Citizen Science Data Quality: A Case Study, Conservation Letters. DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-263X.2011.00196.x.

Newman G.,  J. Graham,  A. Crall,  M. Laituri. 2012. The art and science of multi-scale citizen science support. Ecological Informatics. DOI:10.1016/j.ecoinf.2011.03.002.

Graham, J., C. Jarnevich, A. Simpson, G. Newman, T. Stohlgren. 2011. Federated or cached searches: providing expected performance from multiple invasive species databases.  Frontiers in Earth Science. 5(2): 111-119.

York, P., P. Evangelista, S. Kumar, J. Graham, C. Flather, T. Stohlgren. 2011. A Habitat Overlap Analysis derived from Maxent for Tamarisk and the Southwestern Willow Flycatcher. Frontiers in Earth Science. 5(2): 120–129.

Graham, J., C. Jarnevich, N. Young, G. Newman, T. Stohlgren. 2011. How will climate change affect the potential distribution of Eurasian Tree Sparrows (Passer montanus)? Current Zoology. 57 (5): 648−654.

Graham, J., G. Newman, S. Kumar, C. Jarnevich, N. Young, A. Crall, T. Stohlgren, P. Evangelista. 2010. Bringing Modeling to the Masses: A Web Based System to Predict Potential Species Distributions. Future Internet. 2: 624-634, DOI:10.3390/fi2040624.

Newman, G., A. Crall, L. Melinda, J. Graham, T. Stohlgren, J. Moore, K. Kodrich, K. Holfelder.  2010. Teaching citizen science skills online: Implications for invasive species training programs.  Applied Environmental Education & Communication.  9 (4):  276-286.

Newman, G., D. E. Zimmerman, A. Crall, M. Laituri, J. Graham, and L. Stapel. 2010. User friendly web mapping: Lessons from a citizen science website. International Journal of Geographical Information Science online.  DOI: 10.1080/13658816.2010.490532.

Crall, A.W., G.J. Newman, C.S. Jarnevich, T.J. Stohlgren, D.M. Waller, and J. Graham. 2010. Improving and Integrating Data on Invasive Species Collected by Citizen Scientists.  Biological Invasions Online.  DOI 10.1007/s10530-010-9740-9.

Simpson, A., C. S. Jarnevich, J. Madsen, R. Westbrooks, C. Fournier, L. Mehrhoff, B. Browne, J. Graham, and E. Sellers. 2009. Invasive species information networks: collaboration at multiple scales for prevention, early detection, and rapid response to invasive alien species. Biodiversity. 10(2-3): 5-13.

Lee H, D.A. Reusser , J.D. Olden, S.S. Smith, J. Graham, V. Burkett , J.S. Dukes, R.J. Piorkowski,  J. McPhedran. 2008. Integrated monitoring and information systems for managing aquatic invasive species in a changing climate. Conservation Biology. 22: 575-584.

Graham J., A. Simpson, A. Crall, C. Jarnevich, G. Newman, T.J. Stohlgren. 2008. Vision of a cyberinfrastructure for nonnative, invasive species management. Bioscience.  58: 263-268.

Graham J., G. Newman, C.S. Jarnevich, R. Shory, T.J. Stohlgren. 2007. A Global Organism Detection and Monitoring System for Non-Native Species. Ecological Informatics. 2: 177-183.

2007, Jarnevich, C. S., J. Graham, G. Newman, A. Crall, and T. Stohlgren. Balancing data sharing requirements for analyses with data sensitivity. Biological Invasions.  9:597-599.  DOI 10.1007/s10530-006-9042-4.

2006, Crall, A. W., L. Meyerson, T. J. Stohlgren, C. S. Jarnevich, G. Newman, J. Graham. Show Me the Numbers: What Data Currently Exist for Non-Native Species in the U.S. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.  4 (8): 414-418.

Recent Scientific Presentations

Cooper, E., A. O’Dowd, J. Graham, D. Ward, D. Mierau, R. Taylor. 2017. An Estimation of Salmonid Habitat Capacity in the Upper Mainstem Eel River.    Thesis Defense.

Cooper, E., A. O’Dowd, J. Graham, D. Ward, D. Mierau, R. Taylor. 2017. An Estimation of Salmonid Habitat Capacity in the Upper Mainstem Eel River.  March for Science. Poster.

Kenas, E., A. O’Dowd, J. Graham, D. Mierau, D. Ryan. 2017. Identifying Salmonid Habitat Units Using High Resolution Imagery Acquired with a UAS in the Upper Eel River Watershed, California, USA.  Salmon Restoration Conference.

Graham, J. 2016. Habitat Suitability Modeling with HEMI 2. Society for Conservation GIS Conference.

Graham, J. 2016. Research with UASs in the Eel River Watershed. Eel River Forum.

Graham, J. 2015. What we could be doing with UAVs. CalGIS (lightning talk).  CalGIS Conference.

Degenstein, E., J. Graham, A. O’Dowd. 2015. Modeling Velvetgrass (Holcus lanatus) Habitat Suitability in Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks

Sim, L., Rose, K., Graham J., Duran, R., Nelson, J., Umhoefer, J., and Vielma, J. Potential subsurface plume formation and fate in ultra-deepwater blowout simulations using BLOSOM (Blowout and Spill Occurrence Model). 2015 Oil Spill & Ecosystem Science Conference, Houston, TX.

Graham, J., C. Muhl, 2014. Visualizations of Uncertainty in Projections. CalGIS Conference.

Muhl C., J. Graham, 2014. Visualizations of Uncertainty in Projections. CalGIS Conference (Poster).

Graham, J. 2014. Mapping Uncertainty from Habitat Suitability Models. Society for Conservation GIS Conference.

Kumar, S., Evangelista, P.H., Brown, C.S., Moore, J.C., Stohlgren, T.J., Graham, J.J., and Hanzlik, J.R. 2014. Recruiting and Retaining National Needs Fellows in the Area of Sciences for Agricultural Biosecurity. North American College Teacher Association (NACTA) Journal 58:66 (Peer-reviewed Abstract). (Poster)

Graham, J., J. Nelson. 2013. Managing uncertainty in Habitat Suitability Models.  Seminar at Humboldt State University.