Dr Jamie Trammell
Adjunct Lecturer - Institute for Rural Futures (IRF)
Phone: +61 2 6773 2220
Dr. Trammell received his BA in Biology and Environmental Studies from Western State College of Colorado, an MS in Geography and a PhD in Ecology, Evolution and Conservation Biology from the University of Nevada, Reno. His specialty is applying Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to complex landscapes, with a focus on socio-ecological interactions and conservation planning. He has extensive experience in modeling past, current and future landscapes at local (wildlife refuge) to regional (northern rivers of Australia) to landscape (southwestern U.S.) scales using remote sensing and GIS. Dr. Trammell is particularly interested in using alternative landscape futures and scenario analysis to better plan for natural resources, both wild and urban, in the future. In his free time, Jamie enjoys birdwatching, mountain biking, camping, fishing, and generally exploring the natural world with his family.
- alternative landscape futures
- scenario modeling
- landscape ecology
- natural resource management
- urban ecology
Morley, P, Trammell, J, Reeve, I, McNeill, J, Brunckhorst, D, Bassett, S. 2012. Past, present and future landscapes: Understanding alternative futures for climate change adaptation of coastal settlements and communities. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, Gold Coast. pp.157. http://www.nccarf.edu.au/publications/past-present-and-future-landscapes
Trammell, E. J. and S. Bassett. 2012. Impact of urban structure on avian diversity along the Truckee River, USA. Urban Ecosystems 15(4): 993-1013.
Thomas, S. A., K. C. McGwire, A. Lutz, C. Kratt, E. J. Trammell, J. M. Thomas and W. Alan McKay. 2012. Geospatial and Regression Tree Analysis to Map Groundwater Depth for Manual Well Drilling Suitability in the Zinder Region of Niger. Journal of Hydrology 446-447: 35-47.
Trammell, E. J., P. W. Weisberg and S. Bassett. 2011. Avian response to urbanization in an arid riparian context. Landscape and Urban Planning 102(2): 93-101.
Trammell, E. J., K. Berry, S. Bassett and D. W. Sada. 2008. Distribution and recovery of vegetational assemblages in Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge. Southwestern Naturalist 53(3): 326-334.