Assistant Director for Technical Services, NRAC
Jacquelyn Strager is a research coordinator with the Natural Resource Analysis Center, in the Davis College. She received her undergraduate degree in Natural Resources from Cornell University, and also holds a master’s degree in Wildlife and Fisheries Resources from WVU. At WVU, she works on various applied research efforts, including site specific projects in West Virginia and more regional analyses across the Mid-Atlantic Highlands and beyond. Her project work focuses on natural resource, watershed, and environmental issues with a geo-spatial context, making use of Geographical Information Systems (GIS) and associated technologies.
- Strager, M. P., J. M. Strager, A. E. Maxwell, J. Dunscomb, B. Kreps. 2015. Combining a spatial model and demand forecasts to map future surface coal m ining in Appalachia. PLoS ONE 10(6):e0128813. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0128813
- Strager, J.M. and M.P. Strager. 2014. A hierarchical alternative futures modeling system to support decisions for the mountaintop removal-valley fill mining region. Objective 2: Terrestrial wildlife species distribution modeling. Final report submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 3 and Region 4. West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV. 78 pp.
- Teske, M.E., H.W. Thistle, W.C. Schou, P.C.H. Miller, J.M. Strager, B. Richardson, M.C. Butler Ellis, J.W. Barry, D.B. Twardus, D.G. Thompson. 2011. A review of computer models for pesticide deposition prediction. Transactions of the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers 54(3):789-801.
- Strager, M. P., J. J. Fletcher, J. M. Strager, C. B. Yuill, R. N. Eli, J. T. Petty, S. J. Lamont. 2010. Watershed analysis with GIS: The Watershed Characterization and Modeling System software application. Computers and Geosciences 36(2010):970-976.