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.


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,

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.

Professor, Department of Geography, Texas State University

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