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Kansas Applied Remote Sensing: Publications

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
Dunbar, M.D., L.M. Moskal, M. Jakubauskas. 2004. 3D visualization for the analysis of forest cover change. GeoCarto International 19(2):103-107.download pdf
Brown, J.C., W. Jepson, K. Price. 2004. Forum: Expansion of mechanized agriculture and land-cover change in southern Rondonia, Brazil. Journal of Latin American Geography 3.1:96-102.
Jakubauskas, M., L.M. Moskal, M. Houts, K. Price, E. A. Martinko. 2004. Forest characterization in the Central Plateau of Yellowstone National Park using multispectral high-resolution digital photography. University of Wyoming 119-125.
Jakubauskas, M., K. Price, E. A. Martinko, L.M. Moskal. 2004. Remote sensing-based geostatistical modeling for coniferous forest inventory and characterization. National Aeronautics and Space Administration 63 pp.
Yu, F., K. Price, J. Ellis, D. Kastens. 2004. Satellite observations of seasonal vegetation growth in Central Asia: 1982-1990. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 70(4):461-469.
Houts, M. 2003. Using logistic regression to model wolf habitat suitability in the northern Rocky Mountains. World Wolf Congress 8 pp.download pdf


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