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Kansas Applied Remote Sensing: Publications

Egbert, S., R.-Y. Lee, K. Price, R. Boyce, M.D. Nellis. 1997. Mapping the Kansas grasslands: A multitemporal approach. GAP Analysis Bulletin 6:12-13.
Egbert, S., J. Whistler, K. Price. 1997. The Kansas Applied Remote Sensing Program. RSSG Newsletter: Remote Sensing Specialty Group, Association of American Geographers 18(1):7.
Blodgett, C.F., S. Egbert, C. Lauver, K. Price, E. A. Martinko. 1997. Mapping vegetation alliances for Kansas GAP: A multi-seasonal approach. Kansas Water Office Newsletter.
Jakubauskas, M., K. Price. 1997. Empirical relationships between structural and spectral factors of Yellowstone lodgepole pine forests. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 63(12):1375-1381.
Blodgett, C.F., M. Jakubauskas. 1997. Remote sensing of coniferous forest structure in Grand Teton National Park. University of Wyoming 3-8.
Jakubauskas, M. 1997. Effects of forest regeneration on texture in Landsat Thematic Mapper imagery. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 23(3):251-257.
Jakubauskas, M. 1997. Phenological dynamics of sagebrush communities in multitemporal IRS satellite imagery. ASPRS Annual Meeting Volume III:400-404.
Dunham, J.W., K. Price. 1996. Comparison of nadir and off-nadir multispectral response patterns for six tallgrass prairie treatments in eastern Kansas. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 62(8):961-967.
Blodgett, C.F., M. Jakubauskas. 1996. A preliminary assessment of forest canopy structure in Grand Teton National park. University of Wyoming 37-41.
Jakubauskas, M., D. Debinski, K. Kindscher. 1996. Integration of multispectral and ecological data for characterizing montane meadow communities in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS).


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