Julie G. Bradshaw
B.S., Biology, College of William & Mary
M.E.M. (Master of Environmental Management), Duke University
Wetlands Facility Rm 104
Functional assessment of wetlands.
Avian use of wetlands and coastal resources.
Wetlands and coastal resources education programs.
Tidal wetlands research and advisory service. Outreach education.
Perry, J.E., T.A. Barnard, J.G. Bradshaw , C. Friedrichs, K.J. Havens, P. Mason, W. Priest, and G. Silberhorn. 2001. Creating tidal salt marshes in the Chesapeake Bay. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 27, 170-191.
Havens, K.J., L.M. Varnell and J.G. Bradshaw . 1995. An assessment of ecological conditions between a constructed tidal marsh and two natural reference tidal marshes in Virginia. Ecological Engineering 4(2): 117-141.
Bradshaw, J.G. 1991. A technique for the functional assessment of nontidal wetlands in the coastal plain of Virginia. VIMS Special Report No. 315 in Applied Marine Science and Ocean Engineering. Gloucester Point, VA. (www.vims.edu/GreyLit/VIMS/sramsoe315.pdf)