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Dr. David Roy presents at Landsat Science Team Meeting

David Roy and members of his research group attended the first new (2018-2023) Landsat Science Team meeting and gave the following presentation:

Roy, D.P., Yan, L., Zhang, H.K., Li, Z., Huang, H., Egorov, A., Pathfinding near real time moderate resolution land surface monitoring: looking forward to an operational Landsat 9/10 Sentinel 2A/2B era, USGS-NASA Landsat Science Team Meeting, USGS EROS Center, Sioux Falls, SD, February 21-22, 2018.

News Date: 
Feb 21, 2018 to Feb 22, 2018

Presentations from SDSU at the 2017 AGU Fall Meeting in New Orleans, LA 11-15 December

Overview

The Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union (AGU) is the premier Earth and space science meeting in the world. This event draws scientists from across the globe.  to San Francisco each year. This year there were more than 22,500 in attendance. The GSCE was well-represented this year: 5 oral presentations, 13 poster presentations, and 1 eLightning talk with lead authors or co-authors from the GSCE. In addition, there was a special session convened by a GSCE Senior Scientist with 1 oral and 1 poster session.

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Presentations from Prof. Xiaoyang Zhang’s research group:

A13D-2089 Generation and Evaluation of a Global Land Surface Phenology Product from Suomi-NPP VIIRS Observations

Xiaoyang Zhang1, Lingling Liu1, Dong Yan2, Minkyu Moon3, Yan Liu4, Geoffrey M Henebry2, Mark A Friedl3 and Crystal Schaaf4, (1) Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States, (2) South Dakota State University, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States, (3) Boston University, Boston, MA, United States, (4) University of Massachusetts Boston, School for the Environment, Boston, MA, United States

 

B34C-01 Impacts of Wildfires on Land Surface Phenology of Western US Forests [TALK]

Jianmin Wang, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD, United States and Xiaoyang Zhang, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States

 

B34C-04 Comparison of Land Surface Phenology Detections from Geostationary (AHI) and Polar-orbiting (VIIRS) Sensors in Tropical Southeast Asia [TALK]

Lingling Liu, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD, United States and Xiaoyang Zhang, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States

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Presentations from Prof. Mike Wimberly’s research group:

GC13H-0847 Identifying environmental risk factors and mapping the risk of human West Nile virus in South Dakota.

Andrea Hess, Justin Kyle Davis and Michael C Wimberly, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD, United States

 

GC13G-0833 Strategies for Early Outbreak Detection of Malaria in the Amhara Region of Ethiopia

Dawn Nekorchuk1, Teklehaymanot Gebrehiwot2, Abere Mihretie3, Worku Awoke4 and Michael C Wimberly1, (1) South Dakota State University, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States, (2) Amhara National Regional State Health Bureau, Bahir Dar, Ethiopia, (3) Health, Development, and Anti-Malaria Association, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, (4) Bahir Dar University, School of Public Health, Bahir Dar, Ethiopia

 

GC13H-0846 Integrating Environmental and Mosquito Data to Model Disease: Evaluating Alternative Modeling Approaches for Forecasting West Nile Virus in South Dakota, USA

Justin Kyle Davis1, Geoffrey P Vincent1, Michael Hildreth1, Lon Kightlinger2, Chris Carlson3 and Michael C Wimberly1, (1) South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD, United States, (2) South Dakota Department of Health, Pierre, SD, United States, (3) South Dakota Department of Health, Public Health Laboratory, Pierre, SD, United States

 

GC21K-05 An Operational System for Surveillance and Ecological Forecasting of West Nile Virus Outbreaks [TALK]

Michael C Wimberly1, Justin Kyle Davis2, Geoffrey Vincent2, Andrea Hess2 and Michael B Hildreth3, (1) South Dakota State University, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States, (2) South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD, United States, (3) South Dakota State University, Department of Biology and Microbiology, Brookings, SD, United States

 

B21G-2036 Drought and Fragmentation Impacts on Forest Evapotranspiration in Southwestern Amazonia

Izaya Numata1, Kul Khand2 and Jeppe Kjaersgaard1, (1) South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD, United States, (2) Oklahoma State University Main Campus, Stillwater, OK, United States

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Presentations from Prof. David Roy’s research group:

B13I-01 Requirements, Science, and Measurements for Landsat 10 and Beyond: Perspectives from the Landsat Science Team [TALK]

Christopher J Crawford, USGS Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center Sioux Falls, Sioux Falls, SD, United States, Jeffrey G Masek, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD, United States, David P Roy, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD, United States, Curtis E Woodcock, Boston University, Boston, MA, United States and Mike A Wulder, Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, Canada

 

EP23B-1925 There is no bidirectional hot-spot in Sentinel-2 data

Zhongbin Li, David P Roy and Hankui Zhang, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD, United States

 

EP23B-1919 Comparison of Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2A reflectance and normalized difference vegetation index

Hankui Zhang, David P Roy, Lin Yan, Zhongbin Li and Haiyan Huang, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD, United States

Tuesday, 12 December 2017, 13:40 - 18:00

 

EP23B-1924 Combined Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2 Burned Area Mapping

Haiyan Huang1, David P Roy1, Hankui Zhang1, Luigi Boschetti2, Lin Yan1 and Zhongbin Li1, (1) South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD, United States, (2) University of Idaho, Moscow, ID, United States

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Presentations from Prof. Geoff Henebry’s research group:

GC24B Dynamics of Arid and Mountain Landscapes: Evaluating Change in Vulnerable, Variable Environments I SPECIAL SESSION

Chairs: Geoffrey M Henebry1 and Kirsten M de Beurs2, (1) South Dakota State University, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States, (2) University of Oklahoma, Geography and Environmental Sustainability, Norman, OK, United States

 

GC24B-04 Variations in snow cover seasonality across the Kyrgyz Republic from 2000 to 2016 revealed through MODIS Terra and Aqua snow products [TALK]

Monika Anna Tomaszewska and Geoffrey M Henebry, South Dakota State University, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States

 

GC31B Dynamics of Arid and Mountain Landscapes: Evaluating Change in Vulnerable, Variable Environments II Posters SPECIAL SESSION

Chairs: Geoffrey M Henebry1 and Kirsten M de Beurs2, (1) South Dakota State University, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States, (2) University of Oklahoma, Geography and Environmental Sustainability, Norman, OK, United States

 

GC31B-1003 Variation in Phenometric Lapse Rates in Pasture Resources across Four Rayons in Kyrgyzstan

Geoffrey M Henebry, Monika Anna Tomaszewska and Kamilya Kelgenbaeva, South Dakota State University, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States

 

GC31B-1004 Role of Terrain Variables for Natural Disaster Monitoring Using Satellite Images in the High Mountain Areas of the Kyrgyz Republic

Kamilya Kelgenbaeva and Geoffrey M Henebry, South Dakota State University, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States

 

GC33D-1105 Land Surface Phenologies and Seasonalities of Croplands and Grasslands in the US Prairie Pothole Region Using Passive Microwave Data (2003-2015)

Woubet Gashaw Alemu and Geoffrey M Henebry, South Dakota State University, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States

 

GC43D-1096 Using Land Surface Phenology to Detect Land Use Change in the Northern Great Plains

Lan Hoang Nguyen and Geoffrey M Henebry, South Dakota State University, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States

 

GC43D-1093 Understanding Landscape Change at Multiple Scales Using MODIS 500 Meter and 0.05° Reflectance Data for North and South America

Braden Owsley1, Kirsten de Beurs1 and Geoffrey M Henebry2, (1) University of Oklahoma, Geography and Environmental Sustainability, Norman, OK, United States, (2) South Dakota State University, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States

Thursday, 14 December 2017, 13:40 - 18:00

 

IN52A-05 Evaluation of the MODIS Collections 005 and 006 for Change Detection of Vegetation Dynamics in North and South America eLightning Talk

Ethan James Heck1, Braden Owsley2, Geoffrey M Henebry3 and Kirsten de Beurs2, (1) University of Oklahoma Norman Campus, Geography and Environmental Sustainability, Norman, OK, United States, (2) University of Oklahoma, Geography and Environmental Sustainability, Norman, OK, United States, (3) South Dakota State University, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence, Brookings, SD, United States

News Date: 
Dec 11, 2017

Two GSE Ph.D. students are award winners at PECORA 20

Poster presentations from two GSE Ph.D. students took the 2nd and 3rd place awards in the student competition at PECORA 20 (http://pecora.asprs.org/). About 400 people from government agencies, academia, and geospatial industries attended the 20th William T. Pecora Memorial Remote Sensing Symposium that was held in Sioux Falls, SD 13-16 November 2017.

Yenni Vetrita earned a 3rd place award for her poster entitled “Assessing Three Satellite-derived Burned Area Products and Combining with Medium Resolution Data for Characterizing Peatland Fires”. Former GSCE senior scientist Dr. Mark Cochrane is her dissertation advisor and Dr. Xiaoyang Zhang is the chair of her advisory committee.

Lan Nguyen earned a 2nd place award for his poster entitled “Detecting Land Change Using Land Surface Phenology Modeling: An Application to the Dynamic Northern Great Plains”. Dr. Geoff Henebry is his dissertation advisor and chair of his advisory committee.

Congratulations to Yenni & Lan for their winning presentations!

In the photo from left to right: Lan Nguyen, ASPRS representative Amy Budge, and Yenni Vetrita

News Date: 
Nov 21, 2017

GSCE research contributions at PECORA 20

GSCE research contributions at PECORA 20

The 20th William T. Pecora Memorial Remote Sensing Symposium was held in Sioux Falls, SD 13-16 November 2017. The Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence was well represented through presentations by current and former personnel of the Center. About 400 people from government agencies, academia, and geospatial industries attended PECORA 20. GSCE contributions at PECORA 20 were many and varied: 7 talks and 9 posters from current GSCE SDSU personnel, 9 talks and 1 poster from current GSCE EROS personnel, and 12 talks and 6 posters from former GSCE personnel. Find the final program here: http://pecora.asprs.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Pecora-Final-Program-web_11-2-1.pdf

In addition, posters from two GSE Ph.D. students took the 2nd and 3rd place awards in the student competition. Yenni Vetrita earned a 3rd place award for her poster entitled “Assessing Three Satellite-derived Burned Area Products and Combining with Medium Resolution Data for Characterizing Peatland Fires”. Former GSCE senior scientist Dr. Mark Cochrane is her dissertation advisor and Dr. Xiaoyang Zhang is the chair of her advisory committee. Lan Nguyen earned a 2nd place award for his poster entitled “Detecting Land Change Using Land Surface Phenology Modeling: An Application to the Dynamic Northern Great Plains”. Dr. Geoff Henebry is his dissertation advisor and chair of his advisory committee.

 

GSCE at SDSU [KEY: *current faculty, ^current post-doc, %current student, #former faculty, +former post-doc, @former student, &former staff]

 

Henebry’s group

 

Land Surface Phenologies and Seasonalities of Croplands and Grasslands in the Prairie Pothole Region Using Passive Microwave Data 2003-2015 [poster]

Woubet G. Alemu^, and Geoffrey M. Henebry*

 

What Can Phenometric Lapse Rates Tell Us About Change in Highland Pastures?

Geoffrey Henebry*, Monika Tomaszewska%, and Kamilya Kelgenbaeva^

 

Detecting Land Change Using Land Surface Phenology Modeling: An Application to the Dynamic Northern Great Plains [poster]

Lan H. Nguyen%, and Geoffrey M. Henebry*

 

Snow Cover Seasonality, Trends, and Change Analysis for Kyrgyzstan using MODIS: 2000-2016 [poster]

Monika A. Tomaszewska%, Kamilya Kelgenbaeva^, and Geoffrey M. Henebry*

 

Roy’s group

 

Global analysis of Landsat-8, Sentinel-2A and Sentinel-2B temporal revisit intervals [poster]

Jian Li+, and David Roy*

 

Downscaling Landsat-8 30 m data to Sentinel-2 20 m resolution [poster]

Zhongbin Li^, Hankui Zhang^, David Roy*, and Lin Yan*

 

Development of a Landsat-8 Sentinel-2 30 m Burned Area Product

David Roy*, Haiyan Huang^, Luigi Boschetti, Hankui Zhang^, Lin Yan*, and Zhongbin Li^

 

Operational Sentinel-2A L1C and Landsat-8 Collection-1 Time-series Registration

Lin Yan*, David Roy*, Haiyan Huang^, Zhongbin Li^, and Hankui Zhang^

 

Using the 500 m MODIS Land Cover Product to Derive a Consistent North America 30 m Landsat Land Cover Classification and Implications for Global 30m Land Cover Mapping

Hankui Zhang^, and David Roy*

 

Zhang’s group

 

Influence of Extreme Weather on Land Surface Phenology in the United States in Last Three Decades

Lingling Liu^, and Xiaoyang Zhang*

 

Assessing Three Satellite-derived Burned Area Products and Combining with Medium Resolution Data for Characterizing Peatland Fires [poster]

Yenni Vetrita%, Mark A. Cochrane#, Suwarsono Suwarsono, Any Zubaidah, and Erianto I. Putra+

 

Impacts of Wildfires on Land Surface Phenology of Western US Forests

Jianmin Wang%, and Xiaoyang Zhang*

 

Impacts of Interannual Variation in Data Quality from AVHRR, MODIS and VIIRS Time Series on Land Surface Phenology Detection

Xiaoyang Zhang*

 

GSCE at USGS/EROS [KEY: *current faculty, ^current post-doc, %current student, #former faculty, +former post-doc, @former student, &former staff]

 

Analysis Ready Data: Reconditioning the Landsat Archive to Support Time Series Investigations

John Dwyer, Thomas Loveland*, and Calli Jenkerson

 

The Land Product Characterization System: A Tool for Comparative Analysis of Satellite Data and Products [poster]

Kevin Gallo*

 

Urban Land Cover and Impervious Surface Changes in the Great Plains Between 2001 and 2011

Kevin Gallo*, and George Xian

 

Reflections on the IGBP DISCover Global Land Cover Project

Thomas Loveland*, Jesslyn Brown, Bradley Reed, Zhiliang Zhu#, Limin Yang, and Donald Ohlen

 

Land Change Monitoring, Assessment, and Projection (LCMAP): Expanding the Understanding and Management of Land Change

Thomas Loveland*, John Dwyer and Curtis Woodcock

 

Characterizing Wetland Landscapes with Landsat Dense Time Series Data

Jennifer Rover, Alisa Gallant*, and Qiang Zhou

 

Large Area Saharan PICS Development for Calibration and Stability Monitoring of Optical Satellite Sensors

Mahesh Shrestha, Larry Leigh, Dennis Helder, and Thomas Loveland*

 

Accuracy Assessment and Area Estimation for Annual Land-Cover Monitoring

Stephen Stehman, Thomas Loveland*, and Bruce Pengra

 

Investigating Patterns of Drought Influence on Land Use and Land Cover in the Great Plains with Landsat Time Series Data

Heather Tollerud, Jesslyn Brown, and Thomas Loveland*

 

A New Generation of U.S. Land Change Products

Jim Vogelmann*

 

Former GSCE associates [KEY: *current faculty, ^current post-doc, %current student, #former faculty, +former post-doc, @former student, &former staff]

 

AppEEARS: Providing Easy Access, Extraction, and Fusion of Analysis Ready Data from Multiple Big Earth Science Data Records

William (Cory) Alden, Cole Krehbiel@,&, Tom Maiersperger, Lindsey Harriman, Aaron Friesz@, Rob Quenzer, Kevin Impecoven, Aafaque Aafaque, and Chris Doescher

 

A New Generation of U.S. Land-Cover Products

Christopher Barber@,+, Alisa Gallant*, George Xian, Qiang Zhou, and Bruce Pengra

 

Multispectral and Texture Feature Application in Mapping Summer Vegetation for Marco Polo Argali in Eastern Tajikistan Pamirs [poster]

Kenneth Boykin, Eric Ariel L. Salas@,&, and Raul Valdez

 

Modeling the Effects of Environmental Change on Crucial Wildlife Habitat [poster]

Kenneth G. Boykin, Eric Ariel L. Salas@,&, Virginia A. Seamster, Nicole M. Harings, and Keith W. Dixon

 

Making Remote Sensing Data “Just Work” Using Standards-based Web Services

Aaron Friesz@

 

Methods for Converting Continuous Shrubland Ecosystem Component Values to Thematic National Land Cover Database Classes [poster]

Leila Gass, Matthew Rigge, Collin Homer@, and George Xian

 

Automated Global Land Cover Mapping From-Glc-2 and a New Mapping Portal in Support of Flexible Mapping with Landsat Data

Peng Gong, Congcong Li, Jie Wang, Luyan Ji, Yuqi Bai, Huabing Huang, Le Yu, Duole Feng, Yuanyuan Zhao, Greg Biging, Nick Clinton, and Zhiliang Zhu#

 

Validation of MinNDTI Method for Remote Sensing of Crop Residue and Tillage Practices Using Multi-Temporal Landsat 8 and Sentinel-2 Imagery

Michael Graham, James Campbell, Baojuan Zheng+, Craig Daughtry, Yang Shao, and Megan O’Rourke

 

A Strategy for Global Land Cover Monitoring Using Landsat and Sentinel 2

Matthew Hansen#

 

The National Land Cover Database, Delivering Land Cover Change Data for the Nation Since 2001: History, Status and Future Plans

Collin Homer@

 

NLCD 2016 Shrub and Grass Products

Collin Homer@

 

NLCD 2016 Landcover Design

Suming Jin, Limin Yang, Patrick Danielson, Jon Dewitz, Collin Homer@, and George Xian

 

Tutorials and Services for Working with Multiple Land Remote Sensing Data Products [poster]

Cole Krehbiel@,&, Aaron Friesz@, Tom Maiersperger, Lindsey Harriman, William (Cory) Alden, and

Chris Doescher

 

Analysis of Satellite-Based Water Use Dynamics Using Historical Landsat Data (1984-2014) in the Southwestern United States

Gabriel Senay#, Matthew Schauer, MacKenzie Friedrichs, Naga Manohar Velpuri@, and Ramesh Singh

 

Developing Unbiased Global Et Dataset using an Automated Bias Correction Approach [poster]

Naga Manohar Velpuri@, Gabriel Senay#, Stefanie Kagone, and MacKenzie Friedrichs

 

Expedited Start of Growing Season Estimates Assist Rapid Prediction of Invasive Cheatgrass in the Great Basin [poster]

Bruce B. Worstell, Stephen Boyte@, Danny Howard, Jesslyn Brown, Bruce Wylie, and Devendra Dahal

 

NLCD Future Plans

George Xian, and Collin Homer@

 

Mangrove Mapping and Monitoring Using Earth Observation Satellite Data

Zhiliang Zhu#, and Chandra Giri

 

News Date: 
Nov 17, 2017

Dr. Roy serves as panel expert on Landsat 8 OLI and Sentinel 2 MSI interoperability

Dr David Roy participated as a panel expert in a 1.5 day workshop “Cross-calibration of Landsat 8 OLI and Sentinel 2 MSI and its Impact on Data Interoperability” organized by the USGS EROS CalVal Center of Excellence (ECCOE), that was held before the PECORA 20 conference, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. The workshop consisted of presentations from an international panel of experts, panel discussions, and audience Q&A

http://pecora.asprs.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/2017-Pecora-Calibration-Workshop-Final.pdf

News Date: 
Nov 13, 2017 to Nov 14, 2017

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