Jake Nelson
Jake Nelson
Assistant Professor, Department of Geosciences, Auburn University
Verified email at auburn.edu - Homepage
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Approach for assessing coastal vulnerability to oil spills for prevention and readiness using GIS and the Blowout and Spill Occurrence Model
JR Nelson, TH Grubesic, L Sim, K Rose, J Graham
Ocean and Coastal Management, 1 - 11, 2015
Oil spill modeling: risk, spatial vulnerability, and impact assessment
JR Nelson, TH Grubesic
Progress in physical geography: earth and environment 42 (1), 112-127, 2018
Optimizing oil spill cleanup efforts: A tactical approach and evaluation framework
TH Grubesic, R Wei, J Nelson
Marine pollution bulletin 125 (1-2), 318-329, 2017
Trust as an ethical value in emerging technology governance: The case of drone regulation
J Nelson, T Gorichanaz
Technology in Society 59, 101131, 2019
Using unmanned aerial systems (UAS) for remotely sensing physical disorder in neighborhoods
TH Grubesic, D Wallace, AW Chamberlain, JR Nelson
Landscape and Urban Planning 169, 148-159, 2018
A repeated sampling method for oil spill impact uncertainty and interpolation
JR Nelson, TH Grubesic
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 22, 420-430, 2017
The use of LiDAR versus unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to assess rooftop solar energy potential
JR Nelson, TH Grubesic
Sustainable Cities and Society 61, 102353, 2020
The View from Above: A Survey of the Public’s Perception of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Privacy
J Nelson, T Grubesic, W Danielle, A Chamberlain
Journal of Urban Technology 26 (1), 83 - 105, 2019
Developing a Comprehensive Deepwater Blowout and Spill Model
L Sim, J Graham, K Rose, R Duran, J Nelson, J Umhoefer, J Vielma
https://edx.netl.doe.gov/dataset/developing-a-comprehensive-deepwater …, 2015
The implications of oil exploration off the Gulf Coast of Florida
JR Nelson, TH Grubesic
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 6 (2), 30, 2018
Environmental justice: A panoptic overview using scientometrics
JR Nelson, TH Grubesic
Sustainability 10 (4), 1022, 2018
A geospatial evaluation of oil spill impact potential on coastal tourism in the Gulf of Mexico
JR Nelson, TH Grubesic, L Sim, K Rose
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 68, 26-36, 2018
Evaluating Temporal Consistency in Marine Biodiversity Hotspots
HS Piacenza, S. E., Thurman L., Barner A., Benkwitt C., Boersma K. , Cerny ...
PLOS ONE 10 (7), 2015
A strategic planning approach for protecting environmentally sensitive coastlines from oil spills: Allocating response resources on a limited budget
TH Grubesic, JR Nelson, R Wei
Marine Policy 108, 103549, 2019
Oil spill modeling: computational tools, analytical frameworks, and emerging technologies
JR Nelson, TH Grubesic
Progress in Physical Geography: Earth and Environment 43 (1), 129-143, 2019
Sense of place: trends from the literature
J Nelson, JJ Ahn, EA Corley
Journal of Urbanism: International Research on Placemaking and Urban …, 2020
A Spatio-Temporal Approach to Analyze Broad Risks and Potential Impacts Associated with Uncontrolled Hydrocarbon Release Events in the Offshore Gulf of Mexico
JG J. R. Bauer, J. Nelson, L. Romeo, J. Eynard, L. Sim, J. Halama, K. Rose
EPAct Technical Report Series; U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy …, 2015
Assessment of geographic setting on oil spill impact severity in the United States–insights from two key spill events in support of risk assessment for science-based decision …
JR Nelson, JR Bauer, K Rose
Journal of Sustainable Energy Engineering 2 (2), 152-165, 2014
Oil spill modeling: Mapping the knowledge domain
JR Nelson, TH Grubesic
Progress in Physical Geography: Earth and Environment 44 (1), 120-136, 2020
Uavs and urban spatial analysis
TH Grubesic, JR Nelson
Springer International Publishing, 2020
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