Todd Swannack, Ph.D.
Curriculum Vitae (PDF)
Ph.D., 2007, Texas A&M University
M.S., 2000, Texas State University
B.A., 1995, Texas A&M University
Ecological Modelling, Ecosystem Ecology, Environmental Science, Population Monitoring, Restoration of oyster populations
Dunkin, L; Reif, M; Altman, S; Swannack, T. 2016. A spatially explicit multi-criteria decision support model for Loggerhead Sea Turtle nesting habitat suitability: a remote-sensing-based approach. REMOTE SENSING 8, Issue: 7, Article Number: 573.
Duarte, A; Hatfield, JS; Swannack, TM; Forstner, MRJ; Green, MC; Weckerly, FW. 2016. Simulating range-wide population and breeding habitat dynamics for an endangered woodland warbler in the face of uncertainty. ECOLOGICAL MODELLING 320:52-61.
Kjelland, ME; Piercy, CD; Lackey, T; Swannack, TM. 2015. An integrated modeling approach for elucidating the effects of different management strategies on Chesapeake Bay oyster metapopulation dynamics. ECOLOGICAL MODELLING 308:45-62.
Swannack, TM; Reif, M; Soniat, TM. 2014. A robust, spatially explicit model for identifying oyster restoration sites: case studies on the Atlantic and Gulf Coasts. JOURNAL OF SHELLFISH RESEARCH 33:395-408.
Wang, HH; Grant, WE; Gan, JB; Rogers, WE; Swannack, TM; Koralewski, TE; Miller, JH; Taylor, JW. 2012. Integrating spread dynamics and economics of timber production to manage Chinese Tallow invasions in southern US forestlands. PLOS ONE Volume: 7 Issue: 3 Article Number: e33877
Wang, HH; Grant, WE; Swannack, TM; Gan, JB; Rogers, WE; Koralewski, TE; Miller, JH; Taylor, JW. 2011. Predicted range expansion of Chinese tallow tree (Triadica sebifera) in forestlands of the southern United States. DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTIONS 17:552-565.
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