GSCE Presentations at the US-IALE meeting in Baltimore, 9-12 April 2017

Henebry GM, LH Nguyen, B Zheng. SUSHI & Emergent Features in Earthlight.

Henebry GM, MA Tomaszewska, K Kelgenbaeva. Using phenometric lapse rates in mountain landscapes to assess pasture condition & vulnerability.

Kelgenbaeva K, GM Henebry. Detecting change amidst uncertainty in digital elevation models: A comparison of SRTM and ASTER DEM products for two oblasts in the Kyrgyz Republic.

Musacchio L, GM Henebry. Bridging land change science and green infrastructure practice: Challenges and opportunities for developing use-inspired basic research for resilient and sustainable urban regions.

Musacchio L, GM Henebry. Transdisciplinary collaborative models for bridging land change science and green infrastructure practice: Advancing knowledge and action along a boundary work spectrum.

Nguyen LH, CP Krehbiel, GM Henebry. Recent grassland dynamics in the US Northern Great Plains viewed through land surface phenology.

Tomaszewska MA, CP Krehbiel, GM Henebry. Modelling the land surface phenology and seasonality of high-elevation pastures in Kyrgyz Republic.

Zheng B, GM Henebry, KM de Beurs, BC Owsley. Decadal changes in carbon monoxide air pollution over major cities in the US and Southeast, East, and North Asia: How does urban size matter?

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Apr 09, 2017 to Apr 12, 2017

Henebry speaks at 43rd Great Plains Symposium, Flat Land, Deep Identities: Mapping Nebraska and the Great Plains. Lincoln, NE, March 30-31 2017.

Henebry GM, KM de Beurs, BC Owsley. Seeing by other lights: Revealing the changing landscape of the Great Plains.

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Mar 30, 2017 to Mar 31, 2017

Kudos to Ms. Sheila Cochrane!

Brookings High School senior Sheila Cochrane spoke at the 48th Annual South Dakota State Geography Convention about her research entitled "Landsat-based analysis of mega-dam flooding impacts in the Amazon compared to the associated environmental impact assessments: Upper Madeira Rive Example 2006-2015". Ms. Cochrane did this research at the GSCE over the past two years. A peer-reviewed article detailing this work will soon appear in the international scientific journal "Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment". Congratulations!

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Mar 20, 2017

David Roy quoted in Science magazine

GSCE Senior Scientist and Geography Professor Dr. David Roy was quoted in a February 23rd Science Magazine article about new modalities for imaging the planet:



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Mar 02, 2017

Drs. Roy, Zhang and Li attend Boston University Landsat Science Team Meeting

Drs. David Roy, Hankui Zhang, and Zhongbin Li attended the Winter Landsat Science Team meeting that was held at Boston University, Boston, MA, January 10-12, 2017. 

The meeting objectives were to:

  1. Identify priorities for future Landsat measurements and technologies.
  2. Review the status of Landsat 9 development
  3. Review plans and status for USGS Landsat product initiatives – collections and analysis-ready data.
  4. Review remote sensing activities at Bosoton area unniversities. 


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Jan 10, 2017 to Jan 12, 2017