B.A., Hampshire College in Economic Development, 1977
M.A., Johns Hopkins School for Advanced International Studies in International Relations, 1979
Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University in Geography and Environmental Engineering, 1983
Director, Ecosystem Informatics Strategic Initiative, 2005-
Director, Ecosystem Informatics IGERT, 2003-
Director, Geography Program, 2004-
Professor, Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University, 2001-
Associate Professor, Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University, 1992-2001.
Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Forest Science, OSU. NSF VPW, 1991-1992.
Associate Professor (1990-91) and Assistant Professor (1983-90), Department of Geography and Environmental Studies Program, University of California, Santa Barbara.
PUBLICATIONS (5 most relevant)
Watterson, N.A. and J.A. Jones. In press. Flood and debris flow interactions with roads promote exotic plant invasion in steep mountain streams, western Oregon. N. A., Geomorphology.
Moore, G.W., B.J. Bond, J.A. Jones, N.Phillips, and F.C. Meinzer. 2004. Structural and compositional controls on transpiration in a 40- and 450-yr-old riparian forest in western Oregon, USA. Tree Physiology 24: 481-491.
Greenland, D., F. Bierlmaier, M. Harmon, J. Jones, A. McKee, J. Means, F. Swanson, C. Whitlock. 2003. Climate variability and ecosystem response at the H. J. Andrews Long-Term Ecological Research site. Pp. 393-410 in Greenland, D., D.G. Goodin, and R.C. Smith, eds. Climate variability and ecosystem response at long-term ecological research sites. Oxford, New York.
Faustini, J. and J.A. Jones. 2003. Influence of large woody debris on channel morphology and dynamics in steep, boulder-rich mountain streams, western Cascades, Oregon. Geomorphology 51(1-3): 187 - 205.
Forman, R.T.T., D. Sperling, J.A. Bissonette, A.P. Clevenger, C.D. Cutshall, V.H. Dale, L. Fahrig, R. France, C.R. Goldman, K. Heanue, J.A. Jones, F.J. Swanson, T. Turrentine, and T.C. Winter. 2003. Road ecology: science and solutions. Island Press, Washington, DC.
PUBLICATIONS (5 additional)
Jones, J.A. 2005. Intersite comparisons of rainfall-runoff processes, pp 1839-1854, Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences edited by Malcolm Anderson, John Wiley, Chichester, 2005.
Jones, J.A. and D.A. Post. 2004. Seasonal and successional streamflow response to forest cutting and regrowth in the northwest and eastern United States. Water Resources Research, 40, W05203, doi:10.1029/2003WR002952.
Wemple, B.C. and J.A. Jones. 2003. Runoff production on forest roads in a steep, mountain catchment. Water Resources Research 39, doi:10.1029/2002WR001744.
Jones, J.A. and F.J. Swanson. 2001. Hydrologic inferences from comparisons among small basin experiments. Hydrological Processes 15: 2363-2366.
Post, D.A. and J.A. Jones. 2001. Hydrologic regimes at four long-term ecological research sites in New Hampshire, North Carolina, Oregon, and Puerto Rico. Advances in Water Resources, 24(9-10): 1195-1210.
- Director, Ecosystem Informatics Strategic Initiative, OSU ($1.5 million, 2005-2010). Under this initiative we are hiring four new faculty to support the Ecosystem Informatics graduate and undergraduate education mission. Two were hired and began September 2005, two more will be hired in early 2006.
- PI and director, Ecosystem Informatics IGERT, offering PhD fellowships for studies integrating natural science, mathematics and computer science. (www.geo.oregonstate.edu/igert)
- Co-PI, H.J. Andrews Long-term Ecological Research program (NSF) (www.fsl.orst.edu/lter). Collaborative research involving long-term climate, streamflow and stream chemistry records, linking statistical analysis, modeling, and experiments.
- Collaborator on multiple-author project on Road ecology, led by Richard Forman, Harvard Univ., PI, Streamflow hydrology comparisons and synthesis at long-term ecological research sites -- links with climate, ecosystems, and stream ecology, NSF Long Term Studies. 1996-98. $171,364.
- co-PI, advisor, mentor to 10 MS, Ph.Ds., NSF Graduate Research Traineeship award, 1994-99; Development of curriculum and draft textbook, "Spatial statistics in earth science and ecology" for publication with Oxford University Press. Class taught to ~15 graduates/yr for 10 years.