Frazier, A.E. (2016) Surface Metrics: Scaling Relationships and Downscaling Behavior. Landscape Ecology, 31(2): 351-363 (doi: 10.1007/s10980-015-0248-7)
Frazier, A.E. and T. Wikle. (2016) Renaming and Rebranding within U.S. and Canadian Geography Departments, 1990-2014. The Professional Geographer (doi: 10.1080/00330124.2015.1135404)
Frazier, A.E. (2015) Landscape heterogeneity and scale considerations for super resolution mapping. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 36(9): 2395-2408 (doi: 10.1080/2150704X.2015.1040130)
Bendixsen, D.P.*, S.W. Hallgren, and A.E. Frazier. (2015) The Role of Stress Factors in Oak Decline in an Oak-Hickory Forest of South-Central United States. Forest Ecology and Management, 347:40-48 (doi:10.1016/j.foreco.2015.03.015)
Frazier, A.E., and S. Bagchi-Sen. (2015) Developing Open Space Networks in Shrinking Cities. Applied Geography, 59:1-9.
Hu, S. L. Tong, A.E. Frazier, and Y. Liu. (2015) Urban boundaries extraction and landscape dynamics characterization using remote sensing images: A case study in Wuhan, China. Habitat International, 47: 183-195.
Frazier, A.E. (2014) A New Data Aggregation Technique for Improving Landscape Metric Downscaling. Landscape Ecology, 29(7):1261-1276.
Frazier, A.E., L. Wang, and J. Chen. (2014) Two new hyperspectral indices for comparing vegetation chlorophyll content. Geo-Spatial Information Science, 17(1):17-25.
Frazier, A.E., S. Bagchi-Sen, and J. Knight. (2013) The Spatio-Temporal Impacts of Demolition Land Use Policy and Crime in a Shrinking City. Applied Geography, 41:55-64. PR
Frazier, A.E., and L. Wang. (2013) Modeling Landscape Structure Response across a Gradient of Land Cover Intensity. Landscape Ecology, 28(2):233-246. PR
Frazier, A.E., C. Renschler, and S. Miles. (2013) Evaluating Ecosystem Resilience using MODIS GPP. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 21:43-52. PR
Wang, L., J.L Silván-Cárdenas, J. Yang, and A.E. Frazier. (2012) Invasive saltcedar spread mapping using multi-resolution remote sensing data. Professional Geographer, 65(1): 1-15. PR
Wang, L. and A.E. Frazier. (2012) Advanced Geospatial Techniques for Mapping and Monitoring Invasive Species, in eds. Yang, X. & Li, J. Advances in Mapping from Aerospace Imagery: Techniques and Applications, CRC Press: New York.
Frazier, A.E., and L. Wang. (2011). Characterizing spatial patterns of invasive species using sub-pixel classifications. Remote Sensing of Environment, 115: 1997-2007. PR
PR: Peer Reviewed
NSF Geography and Spatial Sciences/Methods, Measurement, and Statistics – Data Complexity and Spatial Scaling: Prediction Accuracy and Implications for Emerging Landscape Paradigms
PI: Amy E. Frazier
2016-2018. Amount: $121,921
NASA EPSCoR/Oklahoma NASA Space Grant Consortium – Identifying and Quantifying Urban Change with Remote Sensing and GIS
Co-PI: Amy E. Frazier
2015-2019. Amount: $274,030
Overcoming Scale Disparities through Sub-Pixel Remote Sensing Classifications and Spatial Pattern Metrics
Amy E. Frazier
NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grant (DDRI).
2013. Amount: $15,847
Research Initiation Grant: Identifying and Quantifying Urban Change with Remote Sensing and GIS
Collaboration with NASA JPL: Mega Urban Changes and Impacts in the Decade of the 2000s
Adam J. Mathews (PI) and Amy E. Frazier (Co-PI)
Oklahoma NASA Space Grant Consortium/NASA EPSCoR
April 2016 – September 2016; Amount: $36,000