Ph.D. Montana State University
M.S. Montana State University
B.S. State University of New York
Dr. John Long joined the science and mathematics department at Northern in May 2015. He received a Ph.D. in ecology and environmental sciences from Montana State University in 2014; an M.S. in ecological and environmental statistics from Montana State University in 2011; and a B.S. in applied mathematics from State University of New York in 2008.
Biological Statistics I
Biological Statistics II
Introduction to Physics I
Introduction to Physics II
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) I
Geographic Infromation Systems (GIS) II
Dr. Long's research focuses on investigating environmental and ecological systems, primarily from a mathematical perspective. He is currently modeling crop rotation patterns in the Northern Great Plains agricultural systems within a spatiotemporal context.
Long, J.A. & Stoy, P.C. (2018). "Tornado Seasonality in the Southeastern United States." Weather & Climate Extremes, 20, 81-91.
Lawrence, R.L., Savage, S., Bode, E. & Long, J.A. (2017). "Manual for Remote Sensing Image Analysis in R: Including Agnostic Image Analysis."
Long, J.A. & Lawrence, R.L. (2016). "Mapping percent tree mortality due to Mountain Pine Beetle damage." Forest Science, 62(4), 392-402.
Long, J.A. & Stoy, P.C. (2014). "Peak tornado activity is occurring earlier in the heart of Tornado Alley." Geophysical Research Letters, 41, 6259-6264. [doi:10.1002/2014GL061385].
Long, J.A., Lawrence, R.L., Miller, P.R., Marshall, L.A., & Greenwood, M.C. (2014). "Adoption of cropping sequences in northeast Montana: A spatio-temporal analysis." Agriculture, Ecosystems and...