Anthony Daniel Campbell

Anthony Daniel Campbell

  • ASSISTANT RESEARCH SCIENTIST
  • 301.614.6801
  • NASA/GSFC
  • Mail Code: 618
  • Greenbelt , MD 20771
  • Employer: UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND BALTIMORE CO
  • Brief Bio

    Anthony Campbell is a NASA Postdoctoral Fellow in the Biospheric Sciences Laboratory. He is currently conducting a global change analysis of salt marsh environments and quantifying how this change impacts carbon stocks. Additionally, he is interested in applying remote sensing to understand how critical socio-ecological systems are changing.

    Anthony attended the University of Rhode Island, where he studied with Yeqiao Wang and received his Doctorate in Biological and Environmental Science. His dissertation was title “Remote Sensing Monitoring of Salt Marsh Condition and Change in the Mid-Atlantic National Seashores.” During his graduate education, he worked in the Environmental Data Center and Laboratory of Terrestrial Remote Sensing, studying the impact of Hurricane Sandy on coastal national parks. In addition, he has extensive teaching experience both leading GIS laboratory and teaching standalone GIS classes. During his Ph.D., he received several awards, including NESTVAL student paper award, NASA Rhode Island Space Grant, and NASA-MSU Professional Enhancement Awards. 

    Following his Ph.D. work, he became a postdoctoral associate at Yale University (2018-2019). During that NASA-funded position, he conducted research to understand the role of nighttime lights in socio-ecological processes. While the work is ongoing, it fostered his desire to understand natural processes in a changing world.

    Publications

    Refereed

    Campbell, A. D. 2020. "Tidal Effects in Salt Marsh Mapping: Remote Sensing ." Coastal and Marine Environments , Boca Raton: 387, ISBN: 9780429441004.

    Campbell, A. D. 2020. "Salt Marsh Mapping and Change Analysis: Remote Sensing ." Coastal and Marine Environments, Boca Raton: 11, ISBN: 9780429441004.

    Campbell, A., and Y. Wang. 2020. "Assessment of Salt Marsh Change on Assateague Island National Seashore Between 1962 and 2016." Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing, 86 (3): 187-194 [10.14358/pers.86.3.187]

    Campbell, A. D., and Y. Wang. 2020. "Salt marsh monitoring along the mid-Atlantic coast by Google Earth Engine enabled time series." PLOS ONE, 15 (2): e0229605 [10.1371/journal.pone.0229605]

    Campbell, A., and Y. Wang. 2019. "High Spatial Resolution Remote Sensing for Salt Marsh Mapping and Change Analysis at Fire Island National Seashore." Remote Sensing, 11 (9): 1107 [10.3390/rs11091107]

    Campbell, A., and Y. Wang. 2018. "Examining the Influence of Tidal Stage on Salt Marsh Mapping Using High-Spatial-Resolution Satellite Remote Sensing and Topobathymetric LiDAR." IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 56 (9): 5169-5176 [10.1109/tgrs.2018.2810503]

    Fu, B., Y. Li, Y. Wang, et al. A. Campbell, B. Zhang, S. Yin, H. Zhu, Z. Xing, and X. Jin. 2017. "Evaluation of riparian condition of Songhua River by integration of remote sensing and field measurements." Scientific Reports, 7 (1): 2565 [10.1038/s41598-017-02772-3]

    Campbell, A., Y. Wang, M. Christiano, and S. Stevens. 2017. "Salt Marsh Monitoring in Jamaica Bay, New York from 2003 to 2013: A Decade of Change from Restoration to Hurricane Sandy." Remote Sensing, 9 (2): 131 [10.3390/rs9020131]

    Fu, B., Y. Wang, A. Campbell, et al. Y. Li, B. Zhang, S. Yin, Z. Xing, and X. Jin. 2017. "Comparison of object-based and pixel-based Random Forest algorithm for wetland vegetation mapping using high spatial resolution GF-1 and SAR data." Ecological Indicators, 73: 105-117 [10.1016/j.ecolind.2016.09.029]

    Brief Bio

    Anthony Campbell is a NASA Postdoctoral Fellow in the Biospheric Sciences Laboratory. He is currently conducting a global change analysis of salt marsh environments and quantifying how this change impacts carbon stocks. Additionally, he is interested in applying remote sensing to understand how critical socio-ecological systems are changing.

    Anthony attended the University of Rhode Island, where he studied with Yeqiao Wang and received his Doctorate in Biological and Environmental Science. His dissertation was title “Remote Sensing Monitoring of Salt Marsh Condition and Change in the Mid-Atlantic National Seashores.” During his graduate education, he worked in the Environmental Data Center and Laboratory of Terrestrial Remote Sensing, studying the impact of Hurricane Sandy on coastal national parks. In addition, he has extensive teaching experience both leading GIS laboratory and teaching standalone GIS classes. During his Ph.D., he received several awards, including NESTVAL student paper award, NASA Rhode Island Space Grant, and NASA-MSU Professional Enhancement Awards. 

    Following his Ph.D. work, he became a postdoctoral associate at Yale University (2018-2019). During that NASA-funded position, he conducted research to understand the role of nighttime lights in socio-ecological processes. While the work is ongoing, it fostered his desire to understand natural processes in a changing world.

    Publications

    Refereed

    Campbell, A. D. 2020. "Tidal Effects in Salt Marsh Mapping: Remote Sensing ." Coastal and Marine Environments 387

    Campbell, A. D. 2020. "Salt Marsh Mapping and Change Analysis: Remote Sensing ." Coastal and Marine Environments 11

    Campbell, A., and Y. Wang. 2020. "Assessment of Salt Marsh Change on Assateague Island National Seashore Between 1962 and 2016." Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 86 (3): 187-194 [10.14358/pers.86.3.187]

    Campbell, A. D., and Y. Wang. 2020. "Salt marsh monitoring along the mid-Atlantic coast by Google Earth Engine enabled time series." PLOS ONE 15 (2): e0229605 [10.1371/journal.pone.0229605]

    Campbell, A., and Y. Wang. 2019. "High Spatial Resolution Remote Sensing for Salt Marsh Mapping and Change Analysis at Fire Island National Seashore." Remote Sensing 11 (9): 1107 [10.3390/rs11091107]

    Campbell, A., and Y. Wang. 2018. "Examining the Influence of Tidal Stage on Salt Marsh Mapping Using High-Spatial-Resolution Satellite Remote Sensing and Topobathymetric LiDAR." IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 56 (9): 5169-5176 [10.1109/tgrs.2018.2810503]

    Fu, B., Y. Li, Y. Wang, et al. A. Campbell, B. Zhang, S. Yin, H. Zhu, Z. Xing, and X. Jin. 2017. "Evaluation of riparian condition of Songhua River by integration of remote sensing and field measurements." Scientific Reports 7 (1): 2565 [10.1038/s41598-017-02772-3]

    Campbell, A., Y. Wang, M. Christiano, and S. Stevens. 2017. "Salt Marsh Monitoring in Jamaica Bay, New York from 2003 to 2013: A Decade of Change from Restoration to Hurricane Sandy." Remote Sensing 9 (2): 131 [10.3390/rs9020131]

    Fu, B., Y. Wang, A. Campbell, et al. Y. Li, B. Zhang, S. Yin, Z. Xing, and X. Jin. 2017. "Comparison of object-based and pixel-based Random Forest algorithm for wetland vegetation mapping using high spatial resolution GF-1 and SAR data." Ecological Indicators 73 105-117 [10.1016/j.ecolind.2016.09.029]

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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