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Jason Julian

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Professor & Associate Chair
Ph.D., Geography, University of North Carolina, 2007
Office: ELA 337
Phone: 512.245.3201
Email: jason.julian@txstate.edu
Personal Website
Vita     HB2504 information
Research Interests: Water Resources, Land Use/Land Cover Change, River Ecosystems, Fluvial Geomorphology


Recent Book Chapters:

Julian JP. 2018, In press. Old forts and new amenities in the Southern Plains. In Lookingbill T, Smallwood P (editors), Collateral Values: The Natural Capital Created by Landscapes of War, Springer.

Julian JP, Podolak CJP, Meitzen KM, Doyle MW, Manners RB, Hester E, Ensign S, Wilgruber N. 2016. Shaping the physical template: Biological, hydrological, and geomorphic connections in stream channels. In Jones JB, Stanley EH (editors), Streams in a Changing Environment, London, Academic Press, pp. 85-133.

Recent Publications:

Meitzen, K. M., Phillips, J., Perkins, T., *Manning, A., Julian, J. P. (2017).Catastrophic flood disturbance and a community’s response to plant resilience in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Geomorphology, doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2017.09.009 (In press, available online).

**Abbott, S., Julian, J. P., **Kamarinas, I., Meitzen, K. M., Fuller, I. C., McColl, S.T., Dymond, J. (2017). State-shifting at the edge of resilience: river suspended sediment responses to land use change and extreme storms. Geomorphology, doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2017.09.004 (In press, available online).

Julian, J. P., de Beurs, K., Owsley, B., Davies-Colley, R., Ausseil, A.-G. (2017). River water quality changes in New Zealand over 26 years: Response to land use intensity. Hydrology & Earth System Sciences, 21, 1149-1171.

de Beurs, K. M., Owsley, B. C., Julian, J. P. (2016). Disturbance analyses of forests and grasslands with MODIS and Landsat in New Zealand. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 45, 42-54.

**Tran, T. V., de Beurs, K. M., Julian, J. P. (2016). Monitoring forest disturbances in southeast Oklahoma using Landsat and MODIS images. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 44, 42-54.

**Kamarinas, I., Julian, J. P., Hughes, A., Owsley, B., de Beurs, K. (2016). Nonlinear changes in land cover and sediment runoff in a New Zealand catchment dominated by plantation forestry and livestock grazing. Water, 8(10).

Castro, A. J., Vaughn, C. C., Julian, J. P., Garcia-Llorente, M. (2016). Social demand for ecosystem services and implications for watershed management. Journal of American Water Resources Association, 52(1), 209-221.

*Lavy, B. L., Julian, J. P., **Jawarneh, R. N. (2016). The impact of past and future urban expansion on soil resources in central Arkansas (USA). Papers in Applied Geography, 2(1), 25-39.

Castro, A. J., Vaughn, C., Julian, J. P., Garcia-Llorente, M. (2016). Willingness to pay for ecosystem services among stakeholder groups in a South-CentralU.S. watershed with regional conflict. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 142(9), 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000671, 05016006. doi: 10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000671

Vaughn, C. C., *Atkinson, C. L., Julian, J. P. (2015). Drought-induced changes in flow regimes lead to long-term losses in mussel-provided ecosystem services. Ecology and Evolution, 5(6), 1291-1305.

**Martin-Mikle, C. J., de Beurs, K. M., Julian, J. P., Mayer, P. M. (2015). Identifying priority sites for low impact development (LID) in a mixed-use watershed. Landscape and Urban Planning, 140, 29-41.

Gates, K. K., Vaughn, C. C., Julian, J. P. (2015). Incorporating species traits in a guild approach for developing freshwater mussel environmental flow recommendations. Freshwater Biology, 60, 620-635.

Julian, J. P., **Wilgruber, N. A., de Beurs, K. M., Mayer, P. M., **Jawarneh, R. N. (2015). Long-term impacts of land cover changes on stream channel loss. Science of the Total Environment, 537, 399-410.


Courses Taught:

GEO 3425 - GEOMORPHOLOGY
GEO 3434 - WATER RESOURCES
GEO 5334 - APPLIED WATER RESOURCES
GEO 7313 - ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS
GEO 7334 - GEOGRAPHIC ASPECTS WATER
GEO 7393J - SOIL AND SOCIETY