Costanza, JK and Moody A. 2011. Deciding where to burn: Stakeholder priorities for prescribed burning of a fire-dependent ecosystem. Ecology and Society 16(1): 14. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol16/iss1/art14/

Hayes, M., Moody, A., White, P. S. & Costanza J. L. 2007. The influence of logging and topography on the distribution of spruce-fir forests near their southern limits in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, USA. Plant Ecology DOI 10.1007/s11258-006-9166-8.

Xiao, J. & Moody, A. 2005. A comparison of methods for estimating fractional vegetation cover across a large region of central New Mexico, USA. Remote Sensing of Environment. 98:237-250.

McDonald, R., McKnight, M., Weiss, D., Selig, E., O’Conner, M., Violin, C., & Moody, A. 2005. Species compositional similiarity in ecoregions: Do ecoregion boundaries represent zones of high species turnover? Biological Conservation, 126: 24-40.

Xiao, J. & Moody, A. 2005. Geographic distribution of global greening trends and their climatic correlates: 1982 to 1998. International Journal of Remote Sensing. 26(11): 2371-2390.

Xiao, J. & Moody, A. 2004. Trends in vegetation activity and their climatic correlates: China 1982 to 1998. International Journal of Remote Sensing 25:5669-5689.

Moody, A. & Katz, D.B. 2004. Artificial intelligence in the study of mountain landscapes. In: M. P. Bishop & J. F. Shroder, Jr. (Eds.) Geographic Information Science (GIScience) and Mountain Geomorphology Springer Verlag-Praxis Scientific Publishing Ltd., PP219-251.

Xiao, J. & Moody, A. 2004. Photosynthetic activity of U.S. biomes: Response to spatial and temporal variability in temperature and precipitation. Global Change Biology, 10: 437-451.

Xiao, J., Li, J., & Moody, A. 2003. A detail-preserving and flexible adaptive filter for speckle suppression in SAR imagery. International Journal of Remote Sensing 24: 2451-2465.

Meentemeyer, R.K. & Moody, A. 2002. Distribution of plant life-history types in California chaparral: The role of topographically determined drought severity. Journal of Vegetation Science 13: 67-78.

Frizzelle, B. G. & Moody, A. 2001. Mapping continuous distributions of land cover: A comparison of maximum likelihood estimation and artificial neural networks. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 67(6): 693-705.

Meentemeyer, R. K., Moody, A., & Franklin, J. 2001. Landscape-scale patterns of shrub species abundance in California chaparral: The role of topographically mediated resource gradients. Plant Ecology 156(1): 19-41.

Moody, A. & Johnson, D.M. 2001. Land-surface phenologies using the discrete Fourier transform. Remote Sensing of Environment 75(3): 305-323.

Moody, A. & Meentemeyer, R.K. 2001. Environmental factors influencing spatial patterns of woody plant diversity in chaparral, Santa Ynez Mountains, California. Journal of Vegetation Science 12(1): 41-52.

Meentemeyer, R. K. & Moody, A. 2000. Rapid sampling of plant species composition for assessing vegetation patterns in rugged terrain. Landscape Ecology 15(8): 697-711.

Meentemeyer, R. K. & Moody, A. 2000. Automated mapping of alignment between topography and geologic bedding planes. Computers & Geosciences 26(7): 815-829.

Moody, A. 2000. Analysis of plant species diversity in response to island characteristics on the Channel Islands, California. Journal of Biogeography 27(3): 711-724.

Moody, A. & Jones, J.A. 2000. Soil response to canopy position and feral pig disturbance beneath Quercus agrifolia on Santa Cruz Island, California. Applied Soil Ecology 14(3): 269-281.