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Kansas Applied Remote Sensing: Publications

Bian, L., H. Sun, C.F. Blodgett, S. Egbert, W.P. Li, L.M. Ran, A.D. Koussis. 1996. Integration architecture and internal database for coupling a hydrologic model and Arc/Info. HydroGIS IAHS Publication Number 235:11-17.
Whistler, J. 1996. A phenological approach to land cover characterization using Landsat MSS data for analysis of nonpoint source pollution. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS KARS 96-1:59 pp.download pdf
Mahlke, J., M. Jakubauskas. 1996. A multitemporal approach to characterizing Oklahoma reservoir wetlands. ASPRS Annual Meeting Volume 1:238-249.
Jakubauskas, M. 1996. Canonical correlation analysis of coniferous forest spectral and biotic relationships. International Journal of Remote Sensing 17(12):2323-2332.
Jakubauskas, M. 1996. Thematic Mapper characterization of lodgepole pine seral stages in Yellowstone National Park, USA. Remote Sensing of Environment 56:118-132.
Kuhnert, N., M. Jakubauskas. 1996. Evaluation of least tern habitat using Landsat-derived data. ASPRS Annual Meeting Volume II:272-278.
Whistler, J., J. Dunham. 1995. Pracht Wetland landcover inventory. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS.download pdf
Egbert, S., K. Price, M.D. Nellis, R. Lee. 1995. Developing a land cover modeling protocol for the High Plains using multi-seasonal Thematic Mapper imagery. ASPRS Annual Meeting 836-845.
Jakubauskas, M., K. Price. 1995. The successional tasseled cap: A graphic description of the spectral-temporal development of a coniferous forest. Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing 602-608.
Jakubauskas, M. 1995. Image texture analysis of coniferous forest successional stages. ASPRS Annual Meeting 272-280.


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