220 David Clark Labs
NC State University
Raleigh, NC 27695
Research Project Coordinator, Biodiversity and Spatial Information Center, NC Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
1996 – M.S., North Carolina State University
1989 – B.S., North Carolina State University
Research InterestsMy interests center on the development and application of GIS based landscape conservation tools to facilitate efficient and pro-active planning. Typical datasets include species habitat models, future projections of landuse/landcover, and potential threats to habitat. A large focus of my work is in presenting complex datasets in an intuitive and functional interface whereby the full utility of landscape level GIS conservation tools become accessible by non-GIS professionals.
Martinuzzi, S., J. C. Withey, A. M. Pigeon, A. J. Plantinga, A. J. McKerrow, S. G. Williams, D. P. Helmers, and V. C. Radeloff. Future land-use scenarios and the loss of wildlife habitats in the southeastern U.S. In preparation.
Williams, S, G., D. T. Cobb, and J. A. Collazo. Elk Habitat Suitability Map for North Carolina. In preparation.
Williams, S, G. 1996. Breeding Productivity and Nesting Success of Neotropical Migratory Birds in the Southern Appalachian Mountains. M. S. Thesis, North Carolina State University, Department of Zoology, Raleigh, NC.
Rubino, M. J., and S. G. Williams. 2011. Avian Habitat Modeling for the SAMBI DSL Project (unpublished report).
Williams, S. G., M. J. Rubino, and A. L. Silvano. 2006. Vertebrate Modeling for the Southeast Gap Analysis Project (unpublished report).
McKerrow, A. J., S. G. Williams, J. A. Collazo. 2006. The North Carolina Gap Analysis Project: Final Report. North Carolina Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina. xiv + 110 pp. + appendices.