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Bethany Bradley

Research Associate (2006-2009)

As a land cover scientist, I am interested in how terrestrial ecosystems respond to land use and anthropogenic climate change. I use tools including remote sensing and geospatial analysis to identify drivers of land cover change and model risk based on land use and future climate scenarios

I am currently working with profesor David Wilcove on Princeton's invasive species modeling project which is off to a great start thanks to the efforts of Dave Marvin.
 

Publications:

Bradley, B.A. and J.F. Mustard, “Comparison of Phenology Trends by Land Cover Class: A Case Study in the Great Basin, U.S.A.”, In Press, Global Change Biology, 2007

Bradley, B.A., R.W. Jacob, J.F. Hermance, and J.F. Mustard, “A curve-fitting technique to derive inter-annual phenologies from time series of noisy satellite data”, Remote Sensing of Environment, 106, 137-145, 2007

Hermance, J.F., R.W. Jacob, B.A. Bradley, and J.F. Mustard, “Extracting Phenological Signals from Multi-Year AVHRR NDVI Time Series: Framework for Applying High-Order Annual Splines with Roughness Damping”, In Press, IEEE Transactions in Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 2007

Bradley, B.A., R.A. Houghton, J.F. Mustard, and S.P. Hamburg, “Invasive Grass Reduces Carbon Stocks in Shrublands of the Western U.S.”, Global Change Biology, 12(10), 1815-1822, 2006

Bradley, B.A., and J.F. Mustard, “Characterizing the Landscape Dynamics of an Invasive Plant and Risk of Invasion Using Remote Sensing”, Ecological Applications, 16(3), 1132-1147, 2006

Bradley, B.A., and J.F. Mustard, “Identifying Land Cover Variability Distinct from Land Cover Change: Cheatgrass in the Great Basin”, Remote Sensing of Environment, 94(2), 204-213, 2005

Bradley, B.A., S.E.H. Sakimoto, H. Frey, and J.R. Zimbelman, “Medusae Fossae Formation: New Perspectives from Mars Global Surveyor”, Journal of Geophysical Research, 107(E8), 5058, doi:10.1029/2001JE001537, 2002

Bradley, B.A., “Regional Analysis of Climate Change on Plant Invasion Shows Potential Risk and Reward”, Submitted to Diversity and Distributions, 2007

Bradley, B.A. and E.F. Fleishman, “Relationships Between Expanding Pinyon-Juniper Cover and Topography in the Central Great Basin”, In Revision, Journal of Biogeography, 2007

Orenstein, D.E., B.A. Bradley, J. Albert, J.F. Mustard, and S.P. Hamburg, “The Truth is in the Data? Comparative Methodologies for Monitoring Urban Development in Israel”, In Preparation, 2007

Bradley, B.A., “Accuracy Assessment of a Continuous Land Cover Classification Using Stratified Random Sampling”, In Preparation for Internation Journal of Remote Sensing, 2007

Bradley, B.A. and M.T. O'Sullivan, "Short term impacts of changing grazing regime in central Idaho detected with remote sensing", In Preparation, 2007