Sustainable flows & Ecosystem services in Southeast Oklahoma

I have worked on a variety of projects in southeastern Oklahoma related to: land cover/use change, environmental management flows, ecosystem services, and endangered species (including freshwater mussels and interior least terns). I work closely with Dr. Caryn Vaughn (University of Oklahoma), Dr. Antonio Castro (Idaho State University), and Dr. Carla Atkinson (University of Alabama) on these projects.

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Relevant Publications

Castro AJ, Vaughn CC, Julian JP, García-Llorente M, Bowman KN. 2015. Social perception and supply of ecosystem services: a watershed approach for carbon related ecosystem services. In Blanco JA (editor), Biodiversity in Ecosystems: Linking Structure and Function, Open-Access: InTech, http://www.intechopen.com/books/biodiversity-in-ecosystems-linking-structure-and-function.

Castro AJ, Vaughn CC, García-Llorente M, Julian JP, Atkinson CL. 2016. Willingness to pay for ecosystem services among stakeholder groups in a South-Central U.S. watershed with regional conflict. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000671, 05016006.

Tran TV, de Beurs KM, Julian JP.  2016. Monitoring forest disturbances in southeast Oklahoma using Landsat and MODIS images.  International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 44: 42-52.

Castro AJ, Vaughn CC Julian JP, García-Llorente M. 2016. Social demand for ecosystem services and implications for watershed management. Journal of American Water Resources Association 52(1): 209-221.

Gates KK, Vaughn CC, Julian JP. 2015. Incorporating species traits in a guild approach for developing freshwater mussel environmental flow recommendations. Freshwater Biology 60: 620-635.

Vaughn CC, Atkinson CL, Julian JP. 2015. Drought-induced changes in flow regimes lead to long-term losses in mussel-provided ecosystem services. Ecology & Evolution 5(6): 1291-1305.

Atkinson CL, Julian JP, Vaughn CC. 2014. Species and function lost: role of drought in structuring stream communities. Biological Conservation 176: 30-38.

Atkinson CL, Julian JP, Vaughn CC. 2012. Scale-dependent longitudinal patterns in mussel communities. Freshwater Biology 57: 2272–2284.

Associate Professor, Department of Geography, Texas State University

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