Qualifications & Appointments
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.
Selected Recent Publications
Neigh, C.S.R., Collatz, G.J, Bolton, D.K, Williams. J.J, Diabate, M, Tucker, C.J. 2011. A multi-sensor approach to constrain long-term forest NPP decline dynamics in North America. NACP, February 2011
Neigh, C.S.R., Tucker, C.J, Williams. J.J. 2010. Multi-resolution long-term satellite observations of declines in photosynthetic capacity: constraining abiotic and biophysical disturbances to plant productivity in North America. AAG, April 2010
Neigh, C.S.R., Tucker, C.J, Williams. J.J. 2009. Climate change in North America induced regional browning of vegetation, or have humans had a direct influence? AAG, April 2009
Williams, J. J., D. Stow, and L. P. Brower. 2007. The influence of forest fragmentation on the location of overwintering monarch butterflies in central Mexico. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society 61:90-104
WCS Vezo Cinemobile. 2007. Voyage of the Vezu. www.myspace.com/video/vid/38964458