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Kansas Applied Remote Sensing: Publications

Lauver, C., J. Whistler. 1993. A hierarchical classification of Landsat TM data to identify natural grassland areas and rare species habitat. Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 59(5):627-634.
Chapman, S.B., W. Kettle, P.M. Rich. 1993. Assessing shrub distribution and impact in tallgrass prairie using aerial and ground-based mapping. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Technical Papers Volume 2, Remote Sensing:13-20.
Egbert, S., T.A. Slocum. 1992. EXPLOREMAP: An exploration system for choropleth maps. Annals of the Association of American Geographers 82(2):275-288.
Jakubauskas, M., J. Whistler, M.E. Dillworth, E. A. Martinko. 1992. Classifying remotely sensed data for use in an agricultural non-point source pollution model. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 47(2):179-182.
Jakubauskas, M. 1992. Modeling endangered bird species habitat using remote sensing and geographic information systems. ASPRS Annual Meeting 157-166.
Lauver, C., J. Whistler. 1992. Using Landsat TM imagery to estimate coverage of natural grassland and rare species habitat. ASPRS/ACSM Annual Convention and Exposition Technical Papers 1:241-246.
Baker, W.L., S. Egbert, G.F. Frazier. 1991. A spatial model for studying the effects of climatic change on the structure of landscapes subject to large disturbances. Ecological Modelling 56(1-4):109-125.
Dewey, S.L., K. Price, D. Ramsey. 1991. Satellite remote sensing to predict potential distribution of Dyers Woad (Isatis tinctoria). Weed Technology 5:479-484.
Lauver, C., J. Whistler. 1991. The use of Landsat Thematic Mapper data to identify high quality grasslands and rare species habitat in Eastern Kansas. Natural Areas Conference NPS D-374:214-221.
Huggins, D., M.L. Johnson, P. Liechti, T. Anderson, S. Meador, E. A. Martinko. 1990. Establishment of empirical relationships between land use/land cover and nonpoint source pollution stream effects within an ecoregion. Environmental Protection Agency 66 pp.


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