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Kansas Applied Remote Sensing: Publications

Jakubauskas, M. 1995. Image texture analysis of coniferous forest successional stages. ASPRS Annual Meeting 272-280.
Egbert, S., T.A. Slocum. 1994. Using C and MetaWINDOW graphics primitives to develop software for exploring spatial data. Case Study. Visualization in Modern Cartography. Chapter 6. New York, NY:Pergamon Press. 94-96.
Jakubauskas, M., K. Price. 1994. Landsat Thematic Mapper characterization of coniferous forest succession. ASPRS Annual Meeting 256-267.
Jakubauskas, M. 1994. Modeling coniferous forest succession in Yellowstone National Park through integration of Landsat Thematic Mapper and GIS data. National Aeronautics and Space Administration Grant NGT-30062:225 pp.
Dillworth, M.E., J. Whistler, J.W. Merchant. 1994. A comparison of geometric and geographic windows for measuring landscape structure. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 60(10):1215-1224.
Dunham, W.J., K. Price. 1993. Relationships between tallgrass prairie canopy architecture and close range off-nadir hyper-spectral reflectance patterns. ASPRS Annual Meeting 2:54-65.
Jakubauskas, M., K. Price. 1993. Spectral-ecological characterization and mapping of forest cover types in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. National Park Service 1992 Annual Report:184-187.
Lee, R., K. Price. 1993. Effects of TM tasseled cap transformations and an edge enhancement of land use/land cover classification accuracy. ASPRS Annual Meeting 2:182-191.
Baumgartner, D.W., D. Huggins. 1993. An integrative change detection approach utilizing remotely sensed data and geographic information systems. Proceedings, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing.
Homer, G.c., T.C. Edwards, R.D. Ramsey, K. Price. 1993. Use of remote sensing in modeling sage grouse winter habitat. Journal of Wildlife Management 57(1):78-84.


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