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Kansas Applied Remote Sensing: Publications

Houts, M. 2006. Using multispectral aerial imagery to map the vegetation of Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Open File Report No. 128.download pdf
Anderson, R.P., A.T. Peterson, S. Egbert. 2006. Modeling the spread of a recently detected invasive species using remotely sensed data: Purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) in Kansas. Southwestern Naturalist 51(4):471-480.
Debinski, D.M., R.E. VanNimwegen, M. Jakubauskas. 2006. Quantifying relationships between bird and butterfly community shifts and environmental change. Ecological Applications 16(1):380-393.
Wardlow, B.D., J. Kastens, S. Egbert. 2006. Using USDA crop progress data for the evaluation of greenup onset date calculated from MODIS 250-meter data. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 72(11):1225-1234.download pdf
Ramspott, M.E., K. Price, B. Foster, C. Murphy. 2005. Using time-series airborne multispectral imgery to characterize grassland cover and land management practices influencing soil carbon stocks. Proceedings, PECORA 16 Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing.download pdf
Kostelnick, J.C., S. Egbert, M.D. Dunbar. 2005. Cartographic symbols for landmine hazards and humanitarian demining. International Cartographic Conference.
Dunbar, M.D. 2005. Mapping, analyzing and visualizing 60 years of forest cover change in northeast Kansas. University of Kansas.download pdf
Houts, M., B. Houck, M. Mitchener. 2005. Modeling wild turkey habitat suitability in Kansas. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS 1-11download pdf
Houts, M. 2005. Modeling Wild Turken Habitat Using GAP Landcover Data. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS.download pdf
Houts, M. 2005. Prairie Chicken Range in Kansas. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS.download pdf


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