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Kansas Applied Remote Sensing: Publications

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
Houts, M. 2005. Kansas Prairie Chickens. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS.download pdf
Brown, J.C., M. Koeppe, B. Coles, K. Price. 2005. Soybean production and conversion of tropical forest in the Brazilian Amazon: The case of Vilhena, Rondonia. Ambio 34(6):462-469.
Wardlow, B.D., S. Egbert. 2005. State-level crop mapping in the U.S. Central Great Plains agroecosystem using MODIS 250-meter NDVI data. Proceedings, PECORA 16 Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing.
Houts, M. 2005. Cheyenne Bottoms Wildlife Area--2005 Vegetation Map. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS.download pdf
Wang, J., P.M. Rich, K. Price, W. Kettle. 2005. Relations between NDVI, grassland production, and crop yield in the central Great Plains. GeoCarto International 20(3):5-11.
Thayn, J.B., K. Price, R.B. Boone. 2005. Rangeland biocomplexity and cattle stocking rates in Kansas. Proceedings, PECORA 16 Global Priorities in Land Remote Sensing.
Park, S., J.J. Feddema, S. Egbert. 2005. MODIS land surface temperature composite data and their relationships with climatic water budget factors in the central Great Plains. International Journal of Remote Sensing 26(6):1127-1144.
Park, S., S. Egbert. 2005. Assessment of soil erodibility indices for Conservation Reserve Program lands in southwestern Kansas using satellite imagery and GIS techniques. Environmental Management 36(6):886-898.

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