I am interested in how terrestrial ecosystems respond to anthropogenically driven changes, particularly interactions between invasive species, land use and climate change. I aim to improve forecasting of future changes to ecosystems, particularly risks of non-native plant invasions, using tools from biogeography and landscape ecology. My research has implications for invasion ecology, natural resource management and biological conservation.
- Biogeography of invasive plants in the continental U.S.
- Predicting range shifts of invasive species with climate change
- Applications of remote sensing to habitat modeling and invasive plant detection
- Links between invasive plants and disturbance at landscape scales
- Introduction to Geographic Information Science (NRC 585)
- Global Change Ecology (NRC 590GC)
- Invasion Ecology (NRC 590IE)
Bradley, B.A., R. Early, C.J.B. Sorte “Space to invade? Comparative range infilling and potential range of invasive and native plants”, Global Ecology & Biogeography 24(3):348-359, 2015
Bradley, B.A., “Remote detection of invasive plants, a review of spectral, textural and phenological approaches”, Biological Invasions 16(7):1411-1425, 2014
Bradley, B.A., “Distribution models of invasive plants over-estimate potential impact”, Biological Invasions, 15(7): 1417-1429, 2013
Balch, J.K., B.A. Bradley, C.M. D’Antonio, and J. Gomez-Dans, “Introduced annual grass increases regional fire activity across the arid western USA (1980-2009)”, Global Change Biology, 19: 173-183, 2013
Bradley, B.A., D.M. Blumenthal, R. Early, E.D. Grosholz, J.J. Lawler, L.P. Miller, C.J.B. Sorte, C.M. D’Antonio, J.M. Diez, J.S. Dukes, I. Ibanez, and J.D. Olden, “Global change, global trade, and the next wave of plant invasions”, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 10(1): 20-28, 2012
Bradley, B.A., D.M. Blumenthal, and D.S. Wilcove, L.H. Ziska, “Predicting plant invasions in an era of global change”, Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 25(5), 310-318, 2010
Bradley, B.A., M. Oppenheimer, and D.S. Wilcove, “Climate Change Increases Risk of Plant Invasion in the Eastern United States”, Biological Invasions, 12(6), 1855-1872, 2010
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