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Kansas Applied Remote Sensing: Publications

Kastens, J.H., J.C. Brown, A.C. Coutinho, C.R. Bishop, and J.C.D.M. Esquerdo. 2017. Soy moratorium impacts on soybean and deforestation dynamics in Mato Grosso, Brazil. PLOS ONE, 12(4): e0176168. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0176168
Lee, E., J. Kastens, and S.L. Egbert. 2016. Investigating collection 4 versus collection 5 MODIS 250m NDVI time-series data for crop separability in Kansas, USA. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 37(2), 341-355.
Kastens, J.H., D.S. Baker, D.L. Peterson, and D.G. Huggins. 2016. Wetland Program Development Grant (WPDG) FFY 2013--Playa Mapping and Assessment. Kansas Biological Survey Report No. 186. 28pp.download pdf
Brown, J.C., J.H. Kastens, A.C. Coutinho, D.C. Victoria, and C.R. Bishop (2013). Classifying Multiyear Agricultural Land Use Data from Mato Grosso Using Time-Series MODIS Vegetation Index Data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 130(3): 39-50.download pdf
Peterson, D., S. Egbert. 2010. KLCP2005 fact sheet.
Houts, M., E.R. Johnson. 2010. The Natural Resource Planner--a tool to help site development projects to minimize their impact on wildlife and sensitive habitats. North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference.
Wardlow, B.D., S. Egbert. 2010. A comparison of MODIS 250-m EVI and NDVI data for crop mapping--a case study for southwest Kansas. International Journal of Remote Sensing 31(3):805-830.
Peterson, D., J. Whistler, S. Egbert, E. A. Martinko. 2010. 2005 Kansas Land Cover Patterns: Phase II--final report. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Report No. 167:49 pp.
Masialeti, I., S. Egbert, B. Wardlow. 2010. A comparative analysis of phenological curves for major crops in Kansas. GIScience and Remote Sensing 47(2):241-259.
Houts, M. 2010. 2009-2010 Annual Report: A review of GIS projects completed as the GIS/Remote Sensing Specialist to the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Report No. 162.


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