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Kansas Applied Remote Sensing: Publications

Jakubauskas, M., D.R. Legates. 2000. Harmonic analysis of time-series AVHRR NDVI data for characterizing US Great Plains land use/land cover. International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 384-389.
Blodgett, C.F., M. Jakubauskas, K. Price, E. A. Martinko. 2000. Remote sensing-based geostatistical modeling of Yellowstone's forests. Kansas Academy of Sciences Annual Meeting 19:3.
Blodgett, C.F., M. Jakubauskas, K. Price, E. A. Martinko. 2000. Remote sensing-based geostatistical modeling of forest canopy structure. ASPRS Annual Meeting 6 pp.
Jakubauskas, M., K. Kindscher, A. Fraser, D.M. Debinski, K. Price. 2000. Close-range remote sensing of aquatic macrophyte vegetation cover. International Journal of Remote Sensing 21(18):3533-3538.
Martinko, E. A., J. Whistler, J. deNoyelles, J. Griffith, D. Peterson. 2000. EPA Region VII R-EMAP Project: Landscape analysis and characterization to support regional environmental assessment (LACRA). Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS 109 pp.
Guo, X., K. Price, J.M. Stiles. 2000. Modeling biophysical factors for grasslands in Eastern Kansas using Landsat TM data. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 103(3-4):122-138.
Guo, X., K. Price, J.M. Stiles. 2000. Biophysical and spectral characteristics of cool and warm season grasslands under three management practices in eastern Kansas. ASPRS Annual Meeting 12 pp.
Guo, X., K. Price, J.M. Stiles. 2000. Biophysical and spectral characteristics of cool- and warm season grasslands under three land management practices in eastern Kansas. Natural Resources Research 9(4):321-331.
Griffith, J., E. A. Martinko, K. Price. 2000. Landscape structure analysis of Kansas at three scales. Landscape and Urban Planning 52(1):45-61.
Houts, M., R. Lee, K. Price, S. Egbert, E. A. Martinko. 2000. Using 10-meter digital airborne imagery to classify crop types in Iowa. Geospatial Information in Agriculture and Forestry II:453-459.

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