Professor/Director of the Center for Geospatial Research

Contact info

Office:
Geog-Geol Bldg, 210 Field Street, Athens, Georgia 30602, 209A
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Research Interests:

GIScience (GIS, remote sensing, UAS and geovisualization), landscape ecology, human/animal-environment interactions, historical narratives with story maps

Education:
  • Ph.D. (1990), University of Georgia Ecology
  • Master of Arts (1984), State University of New York Biology
  • Bachelor of Arts (1979), State University of New York Biology
Grants:
  • Office of the Vice President for Research, June 15, 2017 – June 30, 2018, Dynamic Time-Series Visualization of the Cultural and Natural Landscape Surrounding Baldwin Hall: 1800s to Present, PI with Co-PI Sergio Bernardes, $50,011.
  • Office of the Vice President for Research, 2017-2018, The Resilient Design and Immersive Outreach CoLaboratory at Skidaway: An Interdisciplinary Partnership on Skidaway Island to Demonstrate and Achieve Resilience, Co-PI with PI Clark Alexander and Co-PIs Brian Bedsloe, Glen Nowak, Sun Joo Ahn, Jon Calabria, Shana Jones, Scott Pippin, Anne Lindsay, Jessica Brown, Tom Bliss, Jill Gambill, Danny Bivins and Leigh Elkins, $131,085.
  • The Carter Center’s River Blindness Elimination Program, 2016-2018. Geospatial contributions to worldwide elimination of river blindness (Onchocerciasis): Using Earth observations to locate at-risk Yanomanmi populations and airstrips in the Amazon region. Co-PI with Sergio Bernardes (PI), $39,850.
  • U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service, 2016-2018. Spatial Analysis of Social Science Indicators for National Forest Management, PI with Cassandra Johnson Gaither (Co-PI), $75,000.
  • University of Georgia Learning Technologies Grant, 2016-2017. Bringing 3D Immersion through Virtual/Augmented Reality and Geovisualization Technologies to Geography-Geology Courses. Co-PI with Sergio Bernardes (PI), $24,949.
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2016-2018. Undergraduate Student-Led Design and Construction of a Launch-Ready CubeSat Nanosatellite for Global Coastal and Ocean Observations, Co-PI with Deepak Mishra (PI) and Co-PIs Malcom Adams, Adrian Burd, David Cotten, William Dennis, Thomas Jordan, Thomas Mote, J. Marshall Shepherd and Suzanne Ullrich, with UGA undergraduates: Caleb Adams, Juweek Adolphe, Ryan Babaie, Helena Alexis Bales, Anurag Banerjee, Kenneth Cochran, Paige Copenhaver, Carols Gonzalez, Graham Grable, Nicholas Gravina, Nirav Ilango, Paul Keith, Adam King, Megan Le Corre, Nicholas Neel, Khoa Ngo, Jaicob Stewart $200,000.
  • Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) University Nanosatellite Program (UNP) administered by the Utah State University Research Foundation, Space Dynamics Laboratory, 2016-2017. GeorgiaSat-1 Undergraduate Student-Led Design and Construction of a Nanosatellite for Global Coastal/Ocean Observations and 3D Surface Modeling, Co-PI with Deepak Mishra (PI) and Co-PIs Malcom Adams, David Cotten, R. Benjamin Davis, Jenna Jambeck, Thomas Mote, Ramana Pidaparti, J. Marshall Shepherd, Suzanne Ullrich, and UGA undergraduates: Caleb Adams, Juweek Adolphe, Ryan Babaie, Helena Alexis Bales, Anurag Banerjee, Kenneth Cochran, Paige Copenhaver, Carols Gonzalez, Graham Grable, Nicholas Gravina, Nirav Ilango, Paul Keith, Adam King, Megan Le Corre, Nicholas Neel, Khoa Ngo, Jaicob Stewart, $147,466.
  • U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, 2013-2018. Evaluating Physical, Chemical and Biological Impacts from the Savannah Harbor Expansion Project, (PI with Co-PIs T. Jordan and S. Bernardes) $568,144.
  • National Park Service, Southeast Coast Network, 2013-2018. Digital Vegetation Databases and Maps for National Park Units of the Southeast Coast Network, (PI with Co-PI T. Jordan) $370,514.
  • Georgia Department of Natural Resources (GDNR), 2001-2017.  Geographic Information Systems Studies for the Wildlife Resources Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, (PI) $327,338.
  • Wormsloe Institute for Environmental History and Wormsloe Foundation, 2015-2017. Geospatial Data Collection and Analysis using UAS and Photogrammetry, (PI) $3,000.
  • National Science Foundation, 2015-2016. Doctoral Dissertation Research for Robert Dean Hardy: Mapping Uneven & Alternative Social Vulnerabilities to Sea-Level Rise on the Georgia Coast, (Faculty PI), Robert Dean Hardy (Co-PI) $15,998.
  • National Parks Conservation Association, 2015-2016. Keeping the Promise: Planning the Future of the Blue Ridge Parkway II, (PI) $83,962.
  • University of Georgia Faculty Research Grants in the Sciences 2013-2016, Geospatial assessment of time spent outdoors for work and occupational physical activity, Co-PI with Jennifer Gay (PI), $9,988.
  • ArborGen, Inc. 2012-2013. Geovisualization of Forest Stands, (PI with T. Jordan, A. Presotto and C. Chou), $4,000.
  • National Institutes of Health, 2010-2013. Does Biogeography Select for Human Disease Patterns among Salmonella Serovars? (Co-PI with E. Lipp (PI) and J.J. Maurer, S. Hernandez, S. Sanchez, and S. Valeika), Total $444,939.
  • National Aeronautic and Space Administration (NASA) 2009-2013. Earth and Space Science Fellowship for Sergio Bernardes, Vegetation Responses to Low Frequency Climatic Events: Changes in Primary Productivity, Vegetation and Drought Indices in the Southeast United States Following the 2006-2009 Drought, (PI) $90,000.
  • National Science Foundation, 2011-2015. Doctoral Dissertation Research for Amber Ignatius: Cumulative Impacts of Small Reservoir Construction on Evaporation and Water Quality in the Piedmont, (PI), Amber Ignatius (Co-PI) $11,992.
  • AmericaView, 2011-2013. K-12 MultiSpec Tutorials to Support Earth Observation Day: Remote Sensing of Urban and Rural Landscapes Surrounding Georgia Schools (PI), $10,000.
  • National Parks Conservation Association, 2011-2014. Keeping the Promise: Planning the Future of the Blue Ridge Parkway, (PI) $29,965.
  • Wormsloe Institute for Environmental History and Wormsloe Foundation, 2009-2014. Wormsloe Vegetation Survey: Establishment and Inventory of Permanent Plots, (PI) $14,150.
  • Wormsloe Institute for Environmental History and Wormsloe Foundation, 2010-2013. Herpetofaunal Inventory of the Wormsloe State Historic Site: Filling in the Gaps, (PI) $6,500.
  • CellFor, Inc. 2011. Geovisualization of Forest Stands, (PI with T. Jordan, A. Presotto and C. Chou), $4,000.
  • U.S. Geological Survey, 2010-2011. Acquisition of Lidar for the Tennessee Portion of Great Smoky Mountains National Park and the Foothills Parkway, (PI with T. Jordan, J.B. Sharma and S.S. Panda) $389,481.
  • U.S. Geological Survey, 2010-2011. Acquisition and Analysis of High Spatial Resolution Orthoimagery for the Great Smoky Mountain National Park and the Chattahoochee National Forest, (Co-PI with S.S. Panda (PI), J.B. Sharma and T. Jordan (Co-PIs) $499,774.
  • University of West Georgia – GeorgiaView, 2005-2011.  Geographic Information Science (GISci) Undergraduate Internship at The University of Georgia, (PI) $24,820.
  • National Science Foundation Planning/Workshop Grant, 2008-2009. Integrative Geospatial and Behavioral Approaches for Predicting Capuchin Monkey Tool Use in Brazil (PI with Dorothy Fragaszy, UGA Psychology) $19,955.
  • Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve, 2009. Orthorectification of Historical Aerial Imagery of Sapelo Island NERRS, Sapelo Island, Wolf Island NWR and Blackbeard Island NWR, (PI with T. Jordan) $15,400.
  • Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve, 2008-2010. NERRS Comprehensive Habitat and Landuse Mapping at Sapelo Island, Wolf Island NWR and Blackbeard Island NWR, (PI with T. Jordan) $35,096.
  • UGA 2006-2007 Learning Technologies Grant, GeoWall for Stereo Visualization in the Geography-Geology Classrooms (PI with C.P. Lo) $ 14,810.
  • National Park Service, 2005-2009.  Vegetation Databases, Orthoimages and Buffer-Area Land Cover in Four National Park Units of the Cumberland/Piedmont Network, (PI with T. Jordan) $166,752. ($18,201 in FY 2009).
  • Wormsloe Institute for Environmental History, 2008. Mapping Vegetation, Historic and Prehistoric Features at Wormsloe, (Co-PI with T. Jordan) $ 19,700.
  • Revitalization of Traditional Cherokee Artisian Resources, 2005 – 2007.  Digital Vegetation Databases and Maps for the Qualla Boundary and other Tribal Lands (Principal Investigator with Thomas Jordan) $131,375.
  • The Nature Conservancy, 2005-2006.  Grand Bay-Banks Lake Stewardship Phase II Legacy Project: Current and Historic Vegetation, Water Control Structures and Disturbances Database Development (Co-Principal Investigator with Liz Kramer) $ 35,629.
  • University of West Georgia – GeorgiaView, 2005.  Geographic Information Science (GISci) Undergraduate Internship at The University of Georgia, (Principal Investigator) $5,500.
  • American Museum of Natural History, 2005.  GIS Support for Interactive Geovisualizations, (Principal Investigator) $4,050.
  • National Park Service, 2005-2007.  Monitoring, Modeling and Assessment of the Everglades Ecosystem: R-EMAP Phase III, (Principal Investigator with T. Jordan) Funded: $85,519.
  • National Park Service, 2004-2006.  Orthoimage Production and Buffer-Area Landcover Mapping in National Park Service Units of the Appalachian Highlands and Cumberland/Piedmont Networks, (Principal Investigator with T. Jordan) $183,000.
  • National Park Service, 2004-2005.  Airboat/ORV Trail Inventory for the East Everglades Addition Lands, (Principal Investigator with T. Jordan) $55,263.
  • The Nature Conservancy, 2004.  Spatial Data Inventory, Collection and Map Production for Savannah River Tidal and Salt Water Wetlands Restoration Workshop, The Nature Conservancy Coastal Georgia Office, (Principal Investigator) $5,000.
  • National Park Service, 2001-2006.  Digital Vegetation Databases and Maps for National Park Service Units in the Appalachian Highlands and Cumberland/Piedmont Networks, (Principal Investigator with R. Welch) $985,695.
  • Georgia Department of Natural Resources (GDNR), 2001-2005.  Geographic Information Systems Studies for the Wildlife Resources Division, Georgia Department of Natural Resources, (Principal Investigator) $267,309.
  • National Park Service, 2000-2005.  ORV Trail Accuracy Assement in Big Cypress National Preserve, (Principal Investigator) $110,990.
  • The Wilderness Society, 2002-2004.  Georgia Datasets for The Wilderness Society’s National Land Acquisition Prioritization Program, (Principal Investigator) $67,500.
  • U.S. Geological Survey, 2003-2004.  Feature Extraction from Multimodal Sources to Support The National Map, (Co-Principal Investigator with E.L. Usery), $45,113.
  • National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, 2001-2004.  Optimization of Coastal Zone Databases using Multimodal Data, (Co-Principal Investigator with E.L. Usery and T.R. Jordan) $410,317.
  • National Park Service, 1998-2003.  Digital Vegetation Maps for the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, (Co-Principal Investigator with R. Welch) $553,000.
  • National Park Service, 1994-2000.  Vegetation Map and Digital Database of South Florida National Park Service Lands to Assess Long-Term Effects of Hurricane Andrew, (Co-Principal Investigator with R. Welch) $881,495.
  • National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1998-1999.  Enhanced Remote Sensing Capabilities for Integrated Assessments of Environmental Change: Center of Excellence in Applications of Remote Sensing to Regional and Global Integrated Environmental Assessments, (Co-Principal Investigator with R. Welch, T. Jordan, J. Alberts and D. Coleman) $282,995.
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium, 1998.  State-of-Knowledge: GIS Databases and Land Use/Cover Patterns for Georgia. (Co-Principal Investigator with R. Welch) $14,999.
  • National Park Service, 1997-1998.  Off-Road Vehicle Trail Database for Big Cypress National Preserve, (Co-Principal Investigator with R. Welch) $18,218.
  • Environmental Protection Agency, 1995-1998. Change Analysis of Vegetation and Drainage Patterns near Lake Istokpoga, Florida, (Co-Principal Investigator with R. Welch) $43,796.
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1994-1997.  Georgia Coast Land Cover and Habitat Change (1984-1994), (Co-Principal Investigator with R. Welch, J. Alberts and A. Chalmers) $37,987.
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1993-1994.  GIS Modeling to Assess the Impact of Management Activities and Non-Point Source Pollution on Coastal Marshlands of the SINERR, (Co-Principal Investigator with J. Alberts, A. Chalmers and R. Welch) $37,266.
  • National Science Foundation, 1992-1994.  Geographic Database for the Salt Marsh Ecosystems of the Southeastern United States,  (Co-Principal Investigator with R. Welch, J. Alberts, A. Chalmers, B. Kjerfve and B. Michener) $275,000.
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1990-1991. GIS Projections of Physical and Biotic Trends in the SINERR: 1953-1993, (Co-Principal Investigator with R. Welch and J. Alberts) $49,969.
  • National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1989-1990. An Integrated Resource Database for the Sapelo Island National Estuarine Research Reserve (SINERR), (Co-Principal Investigator with R. Welch and J. Alberts) $46,708.
Selected Publications:

Journal Articles (Students indicated by *)

Presotto, A.*, M.P. Verderane, L. Biondi, O. Mendonca-Furtado, N. Spagnoletti, M. Madden and P. Izar. 2018. Intersection as key locations for bearded capuchin monkeys (Sapajus libidinosus) traveling within a route network, Animal Cognition, accepted 03/02/2018.

Singh, K.K.**, J. Gray, M. Madden and R.K. Meentemeyer. 2018. The managed clearing: An overlooked landcover type in urbanizing regions? PLOS ONE, accepted 02/01/2018.

Xu, W.*, S. Bernardes*, S. Bacchus** and M. Madden. 2018. Management of panther habitat should consider influence of aquifer fractures on ecosystem and habitat suitability for panther dens. Journal of Geoscience and Environmental Protection, accepted 12/24/2017.

O’Hare, N.K.*, L.R. Carroll, L. Mu, T. Jordan and M. Madden. 2018. Amphibian diversity in the Georgia Sea Islands: Implications from the past and for the future. Southeastern Naturalist. accepted 09/23/17.

Wang, M.*, M. Madden and X. Liu, 2017. Exploring the relationship between polycentric urban form and CO2 emissions in 104 Chinese cities, Journal of Urban Planning and Development, accepted 11 April 2017. 143(4):  DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)UP.1943-5444.0000400.

Wang, M.*, M. Madden, I. Hendy, Estradivari and G.N. Ahmadia, 2017. Modeling projected changes of mangrove biomass in different climatic scenarios in the Sunda Banda Seascapes, International Journal of Digital Earth, 4(10): 457-468. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17538947.2016.1190411

Xu*, W., R. Fayrer-Hosken, M. Madden, C. Simms, L. Mu and A. Presotto*, 2017. Coupling African elephant movement and habitat modeling for landscape availability-suitability-connectivity assessment in Kruger National Park, South Africa, Pachyderm, No. 58: 97-106.

       http://www.pachydermjournal.org/index.php/pachy/article/view/483

Williams, M.**, C. Stegall, M. Madden and J.M. Shepherd, 2017. Mapping the spatio-temporal evolution of irrigation in the Coastal Plain of Georgia, USA, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 83(1): 57-67. DOI: 10.14358/PERS.83.1.57

       First Place 2017 ESRI Best Paper in GIS Award by American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.

Hernandez, S.M., C.N. Welch, V.E. Peters, E.K. Lipp, S. Curry, M.J. Yabsley, S. Sanchez, A. Presotto*, P. Gerner-Smidt, K. Hise, E. Hammond, W.M. Kistler, M. Madden, A.L. Corway, T. Kwan and J.J. Maurer, 2016. Urbanized white Ibises (Eudocimus albus) as carriers of Salmonella enterica of significance to public health and wildlife, PLoS ONE, 11(10), DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0164402

Xu, W.*, S. Bernardes*, S.T. Bacchus and M. Madden, 2016. Mapped fractures and sinkholes in the Coastal Plain of Florida and Georgia to infer environmental impacts from aquifer storage and recover (ASR) and supply wells in the regional karst Floridan Aquifer System, Journal of Geography and Geology, 8(2): 76-110, Published 24 February 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.5539/jgg.v8n2p76

Remillard C.M.*, M. Madden, J. Favors, L. Childs-Gleason, K. W. Ross, L. Rogers and M. L. Ruiz, 2016. Bridging the gap between NASA Earch Observations and decision makers through the NASA DEVELOP Program, International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Science, Vol. XX, Part 6/W6: 145-148. DOI:10.5194/isprs-archives-XLI-B6-145-2016, Published 23 June 2016.

            http://www.int-arch-photogramm-remote-sens-spatial-inf-sci.net/XLI-B6/145/2016/isprs-archives-XLI-B6-145-2016.pdf

Bernardes, S.* and M. Madden, 2016. Vegetation disturbance and recovery following a rare windthrow event in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Science, Vol. XX, Part 8/W7: 571-575, DOI:10.5194/isprs-archives-XLI-B8-571-2016, Published 23 June 2016.

            http://www.int-arch-photogramm-remote-sens-spatial-inf-sci.net/XLI-B8/571/2016/

Jordan, T.R., C.L. Goetcheus and M. Madden, 2016. Point cloud mapping methods for documenting cultural landscape features at the Wormsloe State Historic Site, Savannah, Georgia, USA, International Archives of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Science, Vol. XLI-B5:277-280, DOI: 10.5194/isprs-archives-XLI-B5-277-2016, Published 23 June 2016.

           http://www.int-arch-photogramm-remote-sens-spatial-inf-sci.net/XLI-B5/277/2016/

Wahid, A., M. Madden, F. Khalaf and I. Fathy, 2016. Geospatial analysis for the determination of hydro-morphological characteristics and assessment of flash flood potentiality in Arid Coastal Plains: A case in Southwestern Sinai, Egypt.  Earth Sciences Research Journal, 20 (1): E1-E9, published 30 April 2016. DOI: 10.15446/esrj.v20n1.49624

Chen, J., I. Dowman, S.Li, Z. Li, M. Madden, J. Mills, N. Paparoditis, F. Rottensteiner, M. Sester, C. Toth, J. Trinder, and C. Heipke, 2016. Information from imagery: ISPRS scientific vision and research agenda, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. 115:3-21. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.isprsjprs.2015.09.008

Levy, B., S. Lenhart, C. Collins, J. Corn, M. Madden, R. Salinas, and W. Stiver, 2016. A Metapopulation model for feral hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Natural Resource Modeling, 29(1): 71-97.  DOI:10.1111/nrm.12080, Published February 2016.

Bacchus, S.T., S. Bernardes*, W. Xu* and M. Madden, 2015. Fractures as preferential flowpaths for aquifer storage and recovery (ASR) injections and withdrawls: Implications for environmentally sensitive near-shore waters, wetlands of the Greater Everglades Basin and the regional karst aquifer system, Journal of Geography and Geology, 7(2): 177-155.

Howard, A.M.*, N. Nibbelink, S. Bernardes*, D.M. Fragaszy, and M. Madden, 2015. Remote sensing and habitat mapping for bearded capuchin monkeys (Sapajus libidinosus): landscapes for the use of stone tools, Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, 9(1): 96020, 1-18. DOI:10.1117/1.JRS.9.096020.

Mauer, J., G. Martin, S. Hernandez, Y. Cheng, P. Gerner-Smidt, K. Hise, M.T. D-Angelo, D. Cole, S. Sanchez, M. Madden, S. Valeika, A. Presotto* and E. Lipp, 2015. Diversity and persistence of Salmonella enterica strains in rural landscapes in the Southeastern United States, PLoS ONE, 10(7): http://dx.doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0128937.

Strother, C.*, M. Madden, T.J. Jordan and A. Presotto, 2015. LiDAR detection of the ten tallest trees in the Tennessee portion of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 81(5): 25-31.

Salinas, R.A., W.H. Stiver, J.L. Corn, S. Lenhart, C. Collins, M. Madden, K.C. Vercauteren, B.B. Schmit, E. Kasari, A. Odoi, G. Hickling and H. McCallum, 2015. An individual-based model for feral hogs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Natural Resource Modeling (28)1: 18-36; DOI:10.1111/nrm.12055.

Howard, A.M.*, N. Nibblelink, M. Madden, L.A. Young, S. Bernardes* and D.M. Fragaszy, 2015. Landscape influences on the natural and artificially manipulated movements of bearded capuchin monkeys, Animal Behavior, 106: 59-70.

Koo, K.A.*, B Patten and M. Madden, 2015. Predicting effects of climate change on habitat suitability of red spruce (Picea rubens Sarg.) in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of the USA: Understanding complex systems mechanisms through modeling, Forests, 6:1208-1226; DOI:10.3390/f6041208.

Wang, M.*, A. Gabby, I. Chollett, C. Huang, H. Fox, A. Wijonamo and M. Madden, 2015. Delineating biophysical environments of the Sunda Banda Seascape, Indonesia, International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12(2):1069-1082. DOI:10.3390/ijerph110x0000x.

Wahid, A., M. Madden, F. Khalaf and I. Fathy, 2014. Geospatial analysis for determination of the geomorphic forms in Southwestern Sinai Coastal Plain, Egypt.  International Journal of Geosciences and Geomatics, 2 (1): 21-31.

Howard, A.M.*, D.M. Fragaszy, M. Madden, N. Nibblelink, L.A. Young, 2014. Efficiencey of movement: Evidence from natural observation and field experiments, American Journal of Primatology, 76:101-101.

Bacchus, S., S. Bernardes*, J., T. Jordan and M. Madden, 2014. Benthic macroalgal blooms as indicators of nutrient loading from aquifer-injected sewage effluent in environmentally sensitive near-shore waters associated with the South Florida Keys, Journal of Geography and Geology, 6(4): 164-198, DOI:10.5539/jgg.v6n4p164.

Yin, P*., L. Mu, M. Madden and J.E. Vena, 2014. Hierarchical Bayesian Modeling of the Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Lung Cancer Incidence Risk in Georgia, U.S., 2000-2007, Journal of Geographical Systems, 16(4): 387-407. Online Access: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10109-014-0200-4.

Koo, K.A.*, M. Madden and B. Patten, 2014. Projection of red spruce (Picea rubens Sargent) habitat suitability and distribution in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, USA, Ecological Modelling, 293: 91-101, Online Access DOI: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2014.06.005.

Bernardes, S.*, J. He*, S. Bacchus, M. Madden and T. Jordan, 2014. Mitigation banks and other conservation lands at risk from preferential groundwater flow and hydroperiod alterations by existing and proposed northeast Florida mines, Journal of Sustainable Development, 7(4): 225-261. DOI:10.5539/jsd.v7n4p225.

Alverez, D., P. Boccardo, M.A. Brovelli, F. Giulio Tonolo and M. Madden, 2013. Mobile mapping for disaster relief, Foreword Special Issue, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 79(10): 901-903.

Zhou, X., J. Chen, F.B. Zhan, Z. Li, M. Madden, R.L. Zhao and W.Z. Liu, 2013. A Euler-Number-based topological computation model for land parcel database updating, International Journal of Goegraphical Information Science, 27(10): 1983-2005. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13658816.2013.780607

Lines, J.P., S. Bernardes*, J. He*, S. Zhang, S. Bacchus, M. Madden and T. Jordan, 2012. Preferential groundwater flow pathways and hydroperiod alterations indicated by georectified lineaments and sinkholes at proposed karst nuclear power plant and mine sites, Journal of Sustainable Development, 5(12):78-116.

Howard, A.*, S. Bernardes*, N. Nibbelink, L. Biondi, A. Presotto*, D.M. Fragaszy, and M. Madden, 2012. A Maximum Entropy Model of the Bearded Capuchin monkey habitat in Northeastern Brazil incorporating topography and a spectral unmixing analysis of land cover. ISPRS Annals of Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences, Vol 1-2: 7-11.

Xu, B.*, M. Madden, D.E. Stallknecht, T.W. Hodler, T. W. and K.C. Parker, 2012. Spatial and spatial-temporal clustering of hemorrhagic disease in white-tailed deer in Southeast USA, 1980 to 2003, Preventative Veterinary Medicine, 106(3-4): 339-347.

Yang, B.*, M. Kim* and M. Madden, 2012. Assessing optimal image fusion methods for very high spatial resolution satellite images to support coastal monitoring, GIScience & Remote Sensing, 49(5): 687-710. http://dx.doi.org/10.2747/1548-1603.49.5.687

Wang, Z., J. Wu, M. Madden and D. Mao, 2012. China’s wetlands: Conservation plans and policy impacts, AMBIO A Journal of the Human Environment, DOI 10.1007/s13280-012-0280-7, 41:782–786. http://www.springerlink.com/content/06588w1lw263477k/fulltext.pdf

Yang, B.*, M. Madden, T.R. Jordan and K.H. Cordell, 2012. Geospatial approach for demarcating Jekyll Island State Park: Georgia barrier island, Ocean & Coastal Management, 55:42-51.

Xu, B.*, M. Madden, D.E. Stallknecht, T.W. Hodler, T. W. and K.C. Parker, 2012. Spatial-temporal model of hemorrhagic disease in white-tailed deer in south-east USA, 1983 to 2000, Veterinary Record, doi: 10.1136/vr.100000, 170:288-296.

Yang, B.*, M. Madden, T.R. Jordan and J. Kim, 2011. Geospatial analysis of barrier island beach availability, Tourism Management, 33(4): 840-854.

       http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.tourman.2011.08.013

Bacchus, S., J. Masour, M. Madden, T. Jordan and Q. Meng, 2011. Geospatial analysis of depressional wetlands near Peace River Watershed phosphate mines, Florida, Environmental & Engineering Geoscience, 17 (4): 391-415.

Kim, M.*, J.B Holt and M. Madden, 2011. Comparison of global- and local-scale pansharpening for the rapid assessment of humanitarian emergencies, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 77(1): 51-63.

       Awarded Second Place, 2012 ERDAS Award for Best Scientific Paper in Remote Sensing, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS).

Kim, M.*, T.A. Warner, M. Madden and D.S. Atkinson, 2011. Multi-scale GEOBIA with very high spatial resolution digital aerial imagery: scale, texture and image objects, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 32(10): 2825-2850.

Coleman, J.B., X. Yao, T. Jordan and M. Madden, 2011. Holes in the ocean: Filling voids in bathymetric LiDAR data, Computers & Geosciences, 37: 474-484.

Meng, Q., B.E. Borders and M. Madden, 2010. High-resolution satellite image fusion using regression krigging, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 31(7): 1857-1876.

Kim, M.*, M. Madden and B. Xu, 2010. GEOBIA Forest Mapping in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 76(2): 137-149.

Wahid, A., M. Madden, F. Khalaf, I. Fathy, 2009. Land suitability scenarios for arid coastal plains using GIS modeling: Southwestern Sinai Coastal Plain, Journal of Urban and Environmental Engineering, 3(2): 73-83. DOI:10.4090/juee.2009.v3n2.073083.

Giraldo, M.A.*, D. Bosch, M. Madden, E.L. Usery and M. Finn, 2009. Ground and surface temperature variability for remote sensing of soil moisture in a heterogeneous landscape, Journal of Hydrology, 368(1-4): 214-223.

Meng, Q., CJ. Cieszewski, B.E. Borders and M. Madden, 2009.  Closest spectral fit for removing clouds and cloud shadows, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 75(5): 569-576.

Madden M. and A. Ross, 2009. Genocide and GIScience: Using geographic information science (GIScience) to study human rights, Professional Geographer, 61(4): 1-19.

Kim, M.*, M. Madden and T. Warner, 2009.  Object-based forest type mapping with grey-level co-occurrence matrix texture and mutispectral IKONOS imagery, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 75(7):819-829.

Fleming, S., T. Jordan, M. Madden, E.L. Usery and R. Welch, 2009. GIS applications for military operations in coastal zones, International Journal for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 64(2): 213-222.

Giraldo, M.A.*, M. Madden and D. Bosch, 2009. Land-use/land-cover and soil type co-variation in a heterogeneous landscape for soil moisture studies using point data, GIScience & Remote Sensing, 46(1): 77–100.

Meng, Q., C.J. Cieszewski, B.E. Borders and M. Madden, 2009. Large area forest inventory using Landsat ETM+: a geostatistical approach, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 64: 27-36. Listed No. 2 of Top 25 Hottest Articles in the ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing January – March 2009, http://top25.sciencedirect.com/subject/computer-science/7/journal/isprs-journal-of-photogrammetry-and-remote-sensing/09242716/archive/21/.

Giraldo, M.A.*, D. Bosch, M. Madden, E.L. Usery and C. Kvien, 2008. Landscape complexity and soil moisture variation in South Georgia, USA, for remote sensing applications, Journal of Hydrology, 357(3-4): 405-420.

Ling, Y.*, M. Ehlers, E.L. Usery and M. Madden, 2008. Effects of spatial resolution ratio in image fusion, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 29(7):2157-2167.

Meng, Q., C.J. Cieszewski and M. Madden, 2007. A linear mixed-effects model of biomass and volume of trees using Landsat ETM+ images, Forest Ecology and Management, 244 (1-3): 93-101.

Meng, Q., CJ. Cieszewski, M. Madden and B.E. Borders, 2007.  K nearest neighbor method for forest inventory using remote sensing data, GIScience & Remote Sensing, 44(2): 1-17.

Ling, Y.*, M. Ehlers, E.L. Usery and M. Madden, 2007.  FFT-Enhanced IHS transform method for fusing high-resolution satellite images, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 61(6): 381-392.

Madden, M. and Giraldo, M. , 2005. Landscape modeling and geovisualization (Invited Paper), In, S. Nayak, Ed., Geospatial Today, 3(7):14-20 www.geospatialtoday.com.

Madden, M. , 2004. Remote sensing and GIS methodologies for vegetation mapping of invasive exotics ( Invited Paper), Weed Technology, 18:1457-1463.

Madden, M. , 2004. Vegetation modeling, analysis and visualization in U.S. National Parks In, M.O. Altan, Ed., International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Vol. 35, Part 4B: 1287-1293.

Bacchus, S., D. Archibald, G. Brook, K. Britton, B. Haines, S. Rathbun and M. Madden , 2003. Near infared spectroscopy of hydroecological indicator: New tool for determining sustainable yield for Floridan Aquifer System, Hydrological Processes, 17:1785-1809.

Hirano, A., M. Madden and R. Welch , 2003. Hyperspectral image data for mapping wetland vegetation, Wetlands, 23(2): 436-448.

Madden, M. , 2003. Visualization and analysis of vegetation patterns in National Parks of the Southeastern United States, In, J. Schiewe, M. Hahn, M. Madden and M. Sester, Eds., Proceedings of Challenges in Geospatial Analysis, Integration and Visualization II, International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Commission IV Joint Workshop, Stuttgart, Germany: 143-146 DOWNLOAD PDF

Welch, R., M. Madden and T. Jordan , 2002. Photogrammetric and GIS techniques for the development of vegetation databases of mountainous areas: Great Smoky Mountains National Park, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 57(1-2): 53-68.

Welch, R. and M. Madden , 2002. Vegetation mapping from remotely sensed imagery, Invited Paper, In, Anders Boberg, Ed., Bildteknik/Image Science Nr 2002:1, Photogrammetry Meets Geoinformatics, Swedish Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Stockholm, Sweden, pp. 201-206.

Welch, R., M. Madden, and R. F. Doren , 2002. Maps and GIS databases for environmental studies of the Everglades, Chapter 9. In, J. Porter and K. Porter (Eds.) The Everglades, Florida Bay and Coral Reefs of the Florida Keys: An Ecosystem Sourcebook, CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida: 259-279.

Madden, M. D. Jones and L. Vilchek , 1999. Photointerpretation key for the Everglades Vegetation Classification System, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 65(2): 171-177.

Welch, R., Madden, M. and R. Doren , 1999. Mapping the Everglades, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 65(2): 163-170.

Editor of Books and Proceedings:

Bernardes*, S. and M. Madden, Chapter Eds., 2017. Image Processing and Analysis Methods, Chapter 7, 210 pages In, Morain, S., A. Budge and M. Renslow (Eds.) Manual of Remote Sensing, 4th Edition, 12 Chapters, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bethesda, Maryland, In Press (Invited).

Madden, M. (Ed.) 2009. The Manual of Geographic Information Systems, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bethesda, Maryland, 62 chapters, 1330 p.

Schiewe, J., M. Hahn, M. Madden and M. Sester (Eds.) 2003. Challenges in Geospatial Analysis and Visualization II, Proceedings of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Commission IV Joint Workshop, Stuttgart, Germany, 221 pages on CD and online at http://www.iuw.uni-vechta.de/personal/geoinf/jochen/papers/.

Madden, M., T.R. Jordan and Schiewe (Eds.) 2001.  Challenges in Geospatial Analysis and Visualization I, International Archives of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, vol. 34, 4/W5, 22-29. CD-ROM Proceedings of ISPRS Commission IV Joint Workshop, Athens, Georgia, October 29-31, 2001.

Welch, R. and M. Remillard. (Eds.) 1994.  Mapping and Geographic Information Systems, Proceedings of the ISPRS Commission IV Symposium, The University of Georgia, of the International Archives for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Vol. 30, Part 4: 710 pages.

Book Chapters

Cotten, D., T. Jordan, M. Madden, and S. Bernardes*, 2017. Structure from motion and 3D reconstruction, pages 160-166, In, Chapter 7, Image Processing and Analysis Methods, Section 7, Bernardes, S. and M. Madden, (Chapter Eds.) In, Morain, S., A. Budge and M. Renslow (Eds.) Manual of Remote Sensing, 4th Edition, 12 Sections, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bethesda, Maryland, In Press.

Madden, M., T. Jordan, S. Bernardes*, D. Cotten, N. O’Hare* and A. Pasqua*, 2015. Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) and Structure from Motion (SfM) Revolutionize Wetlands Mapping, Invited Chapter , In, R. Tiner, M. Lang and V. Klemas (Eds), Remote Sensing of Wetlands: Applications and Advances, CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, Boca Raton, Florida, 10: 195-222.

Madden, M., T. Jordan, M. Kim*, H. Allen* and B. Xu*, 2009. Integrating remote sensing and GIS: From overlays to GEOBIA and geo-visualization, In, M. Madden (Ed-in-Chief), The Manual of Geographic Information Systems, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bethesda, Maryland, 701-720.

Kim, M.*, M. Madden and T. Warner, 2008.  Object-based forest stand mapping using multispectral IKONOS Imagery: Estimation of optimal image object size, In, Th. Blaschke, S. Lang and G.J. Hay (Eds), Object-Based Image Analysis: Spatial Concepts for Knowledge-Driven Remote Sensing Applications, Springer-Verlag, New York, 291-307.

Madden, M., T.R. Jordan and J. Dolezal, 2006. Visualization for resource management In, E. Stefanakis, M.P. Peterson, C. Armenakis, V. Delis (Ed.), Geographic Hypermedia: Concepts and Systems, Springer-Verlag, New York: 329-344.