Geographic information system Research

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Thomas V. (Tom) Dailey
Research Scientist I
Bobwhite conservation

Joanne Logan
Associate Professor
Applied climatology & climate change

James M (Mark) Young
IT Specialist III
IT Coordinator for AgResearch

Groups and Facilities

(1 mention)

Avian Ecology & Conservation 
Factors that limit populations, especially for avian species in decline.


Recent Publications

Essentials of Geographic Information Systems Logan, J.  2019.  Pressbooks., Open Source book.

Determining a Geographic High Resolution Supply Chain Network for a Large Scale Biofuel Industry Lambert, L. H., B. C. English, D. M. Lambert, O. Shylo, J. A. Larson, T. E. Yu, and B. S. Wilson.  2018.  Applied Energy, 218: 266-281. [Abstract]

Spatially explicit modelling of biological productivity and economic attractiveness of short rotation woody crops Stanturf J., T. M. Young, and J. H. Perdue.  2018.  conference “Governing sustainability of bioenergy, biomaterial and bioproduct supply chains from for, In: Nielsen, T.F., Matuszak, A., Stupak, I., Futter, M. (eds.) (2018). Book of Abstracts. [Abstract]

Forest Resources for Bioenergy.  Avila, G.S  2017.  Ph.D. Dissertation. [Abstract]

Economic Analysis of Alternative Logistics Systems for Tennessee-Produced Switchgrass to Penetrate Energy Markets Chugh, S., T. E. Yu, S. W. Jackson, J. A. Larson, B. C. English, and S. Cho.  2016.  Biomass and Bioenergy, 85:25-34. [Abstract]

Cost evaluation of alternative switchgrass producing, harvesting, storing, and transporting systems and their logistics in the Southeastern USA Larson, J. A., T. Yu, B. C. English, D.F. Mooney, and C. Wang.  2010.  Agricultural Finance Review 70(2): 184 - 200. [Abstract]

Improving Water Quality in Pond Creek: Using GIS to Identify Non-Point Source Pollution and Develop a Remediation Strategy Walker, F. R., and M. E. Carmichael.  2005.  Southern Region Water Quality Conference, Lexington KY. Oct. 23 to 26, 2005. Oral Presentation. [Abstract]

A guide to predicting spatial distribution of weed emergence using geographic information systems (GIS).  Main, C. L., J. S. McElroy, T. C. Mueller, and J. B. Wilkerson.  2004.  Applied Turfgrass Science. online. doi:10.1094/ATS-2004-1025-01-DG.

A GIS Approach to Identifying Non-Point Source Phosphorus Pollution in an East Tennessee Watershed.  Walker, F. R., and E. Bazen.  2004.  IPW4. Critical Evaluation of Options for Reducing Phosphorus Loss from Agriculture. Proceedings edited by W. J. Chardon and G. F. Koopmans. Proceedings of the 4th International Phosphorus Workshop. 16 to 19 August 2004, Wageningen, The Netherlands. ISBN N. [Abstract]

Integration Of Real-Time Global Positioning With Ground-Penetrating Radar Surveys.  Freeland, R. S., R. E. Yoder, J. T. Ammons, and L. L. Leonard.  2002.  Applied Engineering in Agriculture. Vol. 18(5): 647–650.