Kelley A. Crews
Faculty Research Associate — Ph.D., University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
Associate Professor of Geography & the Environment
Spatio-temporal Scaling of Landscape Change Dynamics and Dynamism, Resilience and Vulnerability of Socio-Ecological Systems in Developing States, and Ecologies of Global Health
p Selected Publications
BH King and KA Crews, Eds. Forthcoming. Ecologies and Politics of Health. Routledge Press.
T Meyer, KA Crews, K Ross, S Bourquin, D Gibson, and C Craig. 2010. Consultancy to Identify Important Habitats for Key Wildlife in the Western Kgalagadi Conservation Corridor (WKCC). Conservation International, 268pp.
KA Crews. 2010. Remote Sensing and Population-Environment Community Needs, Expert statement (invited) for PERN (Population-Environment Research Network) Cyberseminar, Hosted by Columbia University's Earth Institute.
KA Crews and A Moffett. 2009. Importance of input classification to graph automata simulations of forest cover change in the Peruvian Amazon (Chapter 9). Reforesting Landscapes: Linking Pattern and Process, Eds H Nagendra and J Southworth. Springer Press.
KA Crews and SJ Walsh. 2009. Remote Sensing and the Social Sciences (Chapter 31). Handbook of Remote Sensing, Eds T Warner, D Nellis, and G Foody. Sage Publications.
S Sarkar, KA Crews, KR Young, CD Kelley, and A Moffett. 2009. A Dynamic Graph Automata Approach to Modeling Landscape Change in the Andes and the Amazon. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 36:300-318.
AL Neuenschwander and KA Crews. 2008. Disturbance, Management, and Landscape Dynamics: Wavelet Analysis of Vegetation Indices in the Lower Okavango Delta, Botswana. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 74(6): 753-764.
AL McCleary, KA Crews-Meyer, and KR Young. 2008. Refining Forest Classifications in the Western Amazon Using an Intra-Annual Multi-Temporal Approach. International Journal of Remote Sensing 29: 991-1006.
KA Crews-Meyer. 2008. Landscape dynamism: disentangling thematic versus structural change in northeast Thailand. Land use change: science, policy and management, Eds MJ Hill and RJ Aspinall. CRC Press: pp 99-118.
KA Crews and MF Peralvo. 2008. Segregation and Fragmentation: Extending Pattern Metrics Analysis to Spatial Demography. Population Research and Policy Review, special issue on Spatial Demography, Ed P Voss 27: 65-88.
J Postigo, KR Young, and KA Crews. 2008. Change and Continuity in a a Shepherd Community in the High Peruvian Andes. Human Ecology 36:535-551.
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