My professional and academic contributions include peer-reviewed articles and co-authored technical reports. I have presented posters and large wall maps at professional conferences, and I have developed static and digital maps to support science communication in a variety of media.
- Edward, E.A. and Others. (2018). Wetlands ecological integrity monitoring protocol for Sierra Nevada Network: Narrative version 2.1. National Park Service. Three Rivers, California
- Eddy, A., B. Mark, M. Baraer, J. McKenzie, A. Fernandez, S. Welch, & S. Fortner. (2017). Exploring Patterns and Controls on the Hydrochemistry of Proglacial Streams in the Upper Santa River, Peru. Revista de Glaciares y Ecosistemas de Montaña, (3) 41-57.
- Tricker, J., P. Landres, G. Fauth, P. Hardwick, & A. Eddy. (2014). Mapping Wilderness Character in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Natural Resource Technical Report, NPS/SEKI/NRTR—2014/872. National Park Service, Fort Collins, CO.
- Howat, I.M., & A. Eddy. (2011). Multidecadel retreat of Greenland’s marine terminating glaciers. Journal of Glaciology, 57 (203), 389-396(8).
- Szabo, J.P., M.P. Angle, & A. Eddy. (2011). Pleistocene Glaciation of Ohio, U.S.A. Quaternary Glaciations – Extent and Chronology, Volume 15: A Closer Look. Edited by Ehlers, J., Gibbard, .L., & Hughes, P.D., 513-520. Amsterdam: Elsevier Press.
- Mark, B.G., A. Eddy, M. Baraër, J.M. McKenzie, A. Fernández, S. Welch and S. Fortner (2019): Exploring patterns of hydrochemical alterations below melting glaciers in Peru in long-term samples of stream water. Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. 4-7 April.
- Eddy, A., S. Haultain, A. Heard, J. Nesmith, L. Mutch, P. Hardwick, and M. Jerez. (2018). Tracking Change in Sierra Nevada Landscapes. (Map ID 317). Poster presented at ESRI User Conference, San Diego, CA 9-13 Jul.
- Eddy, A., S. Haultain, A. Heard, J. Nesmith, & L. Mutch. (2017). Why do we monitor? Changing Landscapes in Sierra Nevada National Parks. (Map ID 448). Poster presented at ESRI User Conference, San Diego, CA, 10 – 14 Jul.
- Tricker, J., P. Landres, G. Fauth, P. Hardwick, & A. Eddy. (2016). Mapping Wilderness Character in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks (Map ID 19) and Mapping Wilderness Travel Time in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks (Map ID 22). Posters presented at ESRI User Conference, San Diego, CA, 27 Jun – 1 Jul.
- Mark, B., A. Eddy, M. Baraer, J. McKenzie, E. Walsh, A. Fernadez, O. Wigmore, R. Battista, & A. Guittard. (2013). Characterizing changing stream water quality in a glacierized tropical watershed. Abstract presented at Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, 9-13 Dec.
- Eddy, A., Gore, L., Moyer, C., & A. Ritchie. (2012). Service First: Land Management Agencies Working Together. Poster presented at ESRI User Conference, San Diego, CA, 23 – 27 Jul.
- Mark, B., J. Bury, M. Carey, J.M. McKenzie, K.I. Huh, M. Baraer, & A. Eddy. (2011). Threshholds of glacier hydrologic change and emergent vulnerabilities in a Tropical Andean waterscape. Abstract C53D-0701 presented at Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA., 5-9 Dec.
Maps and graphics
- Eddy, A. & Hardwick, P. (2017) “Welcome to our Parks” and “A Day in the Parks” map posters, created for DOI Secretary visit and Congressman visit to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. National Park Service, Three Rivers, CA.
- Eddy, A. & Morris, K. (2015) “Park Atlas for Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks (SEKI)” interactive web map. Lead developer for Mapbook-Atlas-2223433.. Map also selected for showcasing at the ESRI User Conference, San Diego, CA, 27 Jun – 1 Jul 2016.
- “Callejon de Huaylas, Río Santa, y Cordillera Blanca” map. (2014) Created for Carey, M. Glaciares y cambio climático y desastres naturales. Ciencia y sociedad en el Perú. Lima, Peru: IEP/Instituto de Estudios Peruanos.
- “Terrorist Attacks, 2012” raster map overlay. (2013). Data analysis performed for the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) at the University of Maryland. Despite fewer attacks in Western world, global terrorism increasing. START News Release, 19 Dec.
- “Flow of the Yampa River at Steamboat Springs, Colorado” hydrograph. Created for Postel, S. (2012). How the Yampa River, and its Dependents, Survived the Drought of 2012. National Geographic Voices, 18 Oct.
- “Going with the Flow” map. Created for and adapted by Fraser, B. (2012). Melting in the Andes: Goodbye glaciers. Nature News Feature, 07 Nov.