Williams, Jenny J.
Spatial Information Scientist
- BSc, University of Sheffield, 1999
- ERDAS/Leica Geosystems, 2002
- MA, San Diego State University, 2005
- Blue Ventures Madagascar, 2007
- NASA GSFC, 2011
To provide spatial information for the Breathing Planet Programme targets 2 and 3 - mapping and prioritising and conserving). To produce reports and maps to effectively communicate work carried out and provide GIS user support and training for staff, partners and volunteers and
Special interest are in:
- Vegetation mapping (core research area South East Asia), using remote sensing and GIS techniques to give up-to-date and accurate vegetation mapping and vegetation change (temporally).
- Spatial analysis for species and climate modelling to pinpoint those habitats and plants that need attention most urgently.
Neigh, C., Bolton, D., Diabate, M., Williams, J., & Carvalhais, N. (2014). An Automated Approach to Map the History of Forest Disturbance from Insect Mortality and Harvest with Landsat Time-Series Data. Remote Sensing 6(4): 2782–2808. doi:10.3390/rs6042782 Available online
Williams, J. J., Stow, D. & Brower, L. P. (2007). The influence of forest fragmentation on the location of overwintering monarch butterflies in central Mexico. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 61: 90‐104.