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Kansas Applied Remote Sensing: Publications

Atwood, J., T. Watts, K. Price, J. Kastens. 2005. The big picture--satellite remote sensing applications in rangeland assessment and crop insurance. Reviewed and Published Proceedings,Agricultural Outlook Forum 2005 Speech Booklet 2:26 pp.download pdf
Schnell, S.M., C.J. Sorenson, S. Larsen, M. Dunbar, E. McGrogan. 2004. Old West and New West in Garden Park, Colorado. Montana the Magazine of Western History Winter 2004:32-47.download pdf
Yu, F., K. Price, J. Ellis, J. Feddema, P. Shi. 2004. Inter-annual variations of the Gobi Desert boundary in central Asia. International Journal of Remote Sensing 25(2):327-346.
Wang, J., P.M. Rich, K. Price, W. Kettle. 2004. Relations between NDVI and tree productivity in the central Great Plains. International Journal of Remote Sensing 25(16):3127-3138.
Su, J.C., D.M. Debinski, M. Jakubauskas, K. Kindscher. 2004. Beyond species richness: Community similarity as a measure of cross-taxon congruence for coarse-filter conservation. Conservation Biology 18(1):167-173.
Price, K., F. Yu, R. Lee, J. Ellis. 2004. Characterizing ecosystem variability of Northern China steppes using onset of green-up derived from time-series AVHRR NDVI data. GIS and Remote Sensing Journal 41(1):45-61.
Peterson, D., J. Whistler, B. Mosiman. 2004. The Kansas Satellite Image Database 2002-2003: Final Report. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Report No. 121.download pdf
Peterson, D., S. Egbert, K. Price, E. A. Martinko. 2004. Identifying historical and recent land-cover changes in Kansas using post-classification change detection techniques. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 107(3/4):105-118.download pdf
Park, S., J.J. Feddema, S. Egbert. 2004. Impacts of hydrologic soil properties on drought detection with MODIS thermal data. Remote Sensing of Environment 89(2004):53-62.
Moskal, L.M., M.D. Dunbar, M. Jakubauskas. 2004. Visualizing the forest: A forest inventory characterization in the Yellowstone National Park based on geostatistical models. A Message from Tatras: Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing in Mountain Environmental Research. USDA Forest Service. 219-232.download pdf


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