Shoemaker, D.A. and
Cropper Jr, W.P. 2010. Application of remote sensing, an artificial neural
network leaf area model, and a process-based simulation model to estimate
carbon storage in Florida slash pine plantations. Journal of Forestry
Research 21(2): 171-176. (URL)
Butkiewicz, T., Chang. R., Wartell, Z.,
Meentemeyer, R., Shoemaker, D.A., Ribarsky, W. 2010.
Alleviating the modifiable areal unit problem within probe-based geospatial
analyses. Computer Graphics Forum 29(3): 923-932. (URL)
Vogler, J.B., Shoemaker, D.A., Dorning, M., and Meentemeyer, R.K. 2009. Mapping historical
development patterns and forecasting urban growth in Western North Carolina:
1976-2030. Center for Applied GIScience, University of North Carolina at
Dorning, M., Shoemaker, D.A., and
Meentemeyer, R.K. 2009. Forecasting development in North Carolina's South
Central Piedmont: historical trends versus conservation based planning.
Report to the NC Wildlife Resources Commision and the Greater Uwharries
Conservation Partnership. Center for Applied GIScience, University of
North Carolina at Charlotte. (URL)
Meentemeyer, R.K., Rank,
N.E., Shoemaker, D.A., Oneal,
C., Wickland, A.C., Frangioso, K.M., and Rizzo, D.M. 2008. Impacts of sudden oak death on tree mortality in the
Big Sur ecoregion of California.
Biological Invasions 10: 1243-1255.
Shoemaker, D. A., Oneal, C., Rizzo, D. M. and Meentemeyer, R. K.
2008. Quantification of sudden oak death tree mortality in the Big Sur ecoregion of California. Proceedings of the sudden oak death third science symposium. Eds. Frankel, Susan J., Kliejunas, John T., Palmieri, Katharine M. Gen. Tech. Rep.PSW-GTR-214. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station.
Shoemaker, D. A. and Cropper, W. P. 2008. Prediction of Leaf Area Index for Southern Pine Plantations from Satellite Imagery using Regression and Artificial Neural Networks. Proceedings of the 6th Southern Forestry and Natural Resources GIS Conference. P. Bettinger, K. Merry, S. Fei, J. Drake, N. Nibbelink, and J. Hepinstall, eds. Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, University of Georgia, Athens, GA.(PDF)
Shoemaker, D.A. 2005. Remote sensing and simulation to estimate
forest productivity in southern pine plantations. University of Florida.
Master's thesis, 67 pp. (PDF)
Grants and Funding
2011-14 USDA Forest Service. $51,055. Southern Research
Station's Santee Experimental Forest. (PIs: W. Tang, D.A. Shoemaker,
2009-11 National Science Foundation. $300,000. Collaborative
research on Hierarchical analysis of socio-ecological interactions in the
Charlotte metropolitan region: Can urbanization, forest and working lands
coexist? (PI: R. Meentemeyer; Co-PIs: C. Wang, J.C. Thill, W. Ribarsky, T.
BenDor, D.A. Shoemaker)
2008-09 North Carolina Wildlife Resource Commision. $15,000.
Forecasting development in the Greater Uwharries: Outcomes of status quo and
conservation based planning scenarios. (PIs: R. Meentemeyer, D.A. Shoemaker)
Catawba Lands Conservancy. $63,480. Modeling the impacts of urban growth on
natural and rural lands in the greater Charlotte area (1973 – 2030) (PIs:
R.K. Meentemeyer, D.A. Shoemaker,
and J. Michael).