Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science

Bryce Adams

Bryce Adams

Title: Postdoctoral Researcher
Unit: Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science
Address: School of Environment and Natural Resources
The Ohio State University
2021 Coffey Rd.
Columbus, OH 43210
Phone: (231) 690-2974
E-mail: Contact Bryce Adams


Education

  • PhD, Environment and Natural Resources, Ohio State University
  • MS, Biology, Bowling Green State University
  • BS, Environment and Natural Resources, Ohio State University

Civic & Professional Affiliations

  • North American Regional Association of the ​International Association for Landscape Ecology
  • Ohio Bird Conservation Initiative, Conservation Planning and Research Committee

Current Research

My work integrates spatial and statistical analyses in developing tools and understanding of basic forest ecology to assist natural resource professionals in managing forest ecosystems in the face of a changing climate. Current areas of focus include implementing remote sensing technologies for mapping regional forest types, composition, and phenology, as well as quantifying interactions and interdependencies between forest wildlife and plant communities.

Publications

Adams, B.T.; Matthews, S.N. 2019. Diverse temperate forest bird assemblages demonstrate closer correspondence to plant species composition than vegetation structure. Ecography. Volume 42, Issue 10. Pages 1752-1764. https://doi.org/10.1111/ecog.04487

Adams, B.T.; Matthews, S.N.; Peters, M.P.; Prasad, A.; Iverson, L.R. 2019. Mapping floristic gradients of forest composition using an ordination-regression approach with Landsat OLI and terrain data in the Central Hardwoods region. Forest Ecology and Management 434:87–98. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.foreco.2018.12.018

Adams, B.T.; Matthews, S.N. 2018. Enhancing forest and shrubland mapping in a managed forest landscape with Landsat-LiDAR data fusion. Natural Areas Journal 38:402–418. https://doi.org/10.3375/043.038.0509