Emeritus, Soil and Crop Sciences
My areas of expertise are in Resource Inventory, Mapping, and Analysis; Remote Sensing; Geographic Information Science and Technology; Soil Survey, Interpretations, and Conservation.
Selected journal articles:
Liao, C., P.E. Clark, and S.D. DeGloria. 2018. Bush encroachment dynamics and rangeland conservation implications in the Horn of Africa Ecology and Evolution 8:11694–11703. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.4621
Liao, C., P.E. Clark, S.D. DeGloria, and M. Shibia. 2018. Spatio-temporal dynamics of cattle behavior and resource selection patterns on east African rangelands: Evidence from GPS-tracking. Int. J. Geographical Information Systems 32(7):1523-1540. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/13658816.2018.1424856
Liao, C., P.E. Clark, S.D. DeGloria, and C.B. Barrett. 2017. Complexity in the spatial utilization of rangelands: pastoral mobility in the Horn of Africa. Applied Geography 86:208 – 219.
Long, E.A., Q.M. Ketterings, D. Russell, F. Vermeylen, and S.D. DeGloria. 2016. Assessment of yield monitoring equipment for dry matter and yield of corn silage and alfalfa/grass. Precision Agriculture 17 (1). DOI 10.1007/s11119-016-9436-y.
Wightman, J.L., Z.U. Ahmed, T.A. Volk, P.J. Castellano, C.J. Peters, S.D. DeGloria, J.M. Duxbury, and P.B. Woodbury. 2015. Assessing sustainable bioenergy feedstock production potential by integrated geospatial analysis of land use and land quality. BioEnergy Research 8(4):1671-1680.
Baumflek, M., S.D. DeGloria, and K.A. Kassam. 2015. Habitat modeling for health sovereignty: Increasing indigenous access to medicinal plants in northern Maine, USA. Applied Geography 56:83-94.
Gallagher, E.J., K.W. Mudge, M.P. Pritts, and S.D. DeGloria. 2014. Growth and development of ‘Illini Hardy’ blackberry (Rubus subgenus Eubatus Focke) under shaded systems. Agroforestry Systems http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10457-014-9738-x
Zhi, J., C. Jing, S. Lin, C. Zhang, Q. Liu, S. D. DeGloria, and J. Wu. 2014. Estimating soil organic carbon stocks and spatial patterns with statistical and GIS-based methods. PLOS ONE 9(5):8p. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0097757.g001
Cheng, X., S.B. Shaw, R.D. Marjerison, C.D.Yearick, S.D. DeGloria, and M.T. Walter. 2014.
Improving risk estimates of runoff producing areas: Formulating variable source areas as a bivariate process. J. Environ. Management 137:146-156.
DeGloria, S.D., D.E. Beaudette, J.R. Irons, Z. Libohova, P.E. O’Neill, P.R. Owens,
P.J. Schoeneberger, L.T. West, and D.A. Wysocki. 2014. Emergent imaging and geospatial technologies for soil investigations. Photogrammetric Eng. & Remote Sensing 80:289-294.
Gatere, L., J. Lehmann, S. DeGloria, P. Hobbs, R. Delve, and A. Travis. 2013. One size does not fit all: Conservation farming success in Africa more dependent on management than on location. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 179:200-207.
Liu, S., L. Deng, Z. Qinghe, S.D. DeGloria, and S. Dong. 2011. Effects of road network on vegetation pattern in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, Southwest China. Transport & Env. 16:591-594.
Ahmed, Z., G.M. Panaullah, S.D. DeGloria, and J.M. Duxbury. 2011. Factors affecting paddy soil arsenic concentration in Bangladesh: prediction and uncertainty of geostatistical risk mapping. Science of the Total Environment 412-413:324-335.
Awards & Honors
- Yong-qian Tang Chair Professor 2007 Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
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