Proceedings and Conference Presentations:
Santelmann, M.V. 2019. Evaluating biodiversity as a co-benefit of innovative water management solutions in urbanizing areas. Ecological Society of America August 6-10 2019, Louisville, Ky.
Wright, M., M. Santelmann, and D. Conklin 2019. Modeling Hydrologic Effects of Urbanization Using a Coupled Natural-Human Systems Model. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting December 2019. San Francisco, CA.
Santelmann, M.V. 2019. Evaluating Biodiversity in Human-Dominated Landscapes. CEOAS Geography seminar, October 2019.
Talal, M. and M.V. Santelmann. 2018. Plant greenness and health of various income-level neighborhoods in Portland, OR using Landsat 8 OLI/TIRS surface reflectance. Poster presented at Urban Ecosystems Research Symposium, Portland, OR. Feb. 5 2018.
Current Research Interest
Ecosystem response to human land use and management practices; use of alternative future scenarios combined with diverse evaluative approaches
Environmental and anthropogenic influences on species composition and species richness in forest, agricultural, urban and wetland ecosystems, including effects of landscape composition and pattern on native biodiversity
Ecology and biogeochemistry of wetlands and riparian systems