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March 14, 2018 in Elevation, Kansas, LiDAR, Remote sensing, Shaded Relief
In 2005-2006, the state of Kansas began development of its LiDAR bare-earth elevation dataset with a 2-m resolution coverage along the Kansas River corridor and several adjacent counties. Over the course of the next decade, piece-by-piece, statewide coverage was eventually achieved. Data specifications improved along the way, so that most of the bare-earth raster data (referred to as digital terrain models, or DTMs) are available at 1-m resolution and have been subjected to hydro-flattening, whereby the water surfaces of many waterbodies and large streams have been given a smooth representation to facilitate hydrologic and hydraulic processing. New collections are underway ...
June 14, 2017 in Agriculture, Amazon, Cerrado, Cotton, Deforestation, Intensification, Land Cover Mapping, Land Use Change, Mato Grosso, MODIS, NDVI, Remote sensing, Soybeans, Sugarcane
Normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) data from the Moderate ...
December 12, 2013 in Agriculture, Aquatic habitat, Corridors, Crucial Habitat, Energy resources, Fish and Game, Grasslands, Habitat, Impact, Land cover, Land use, Oil and Gas, Prairie, Protected areas, Remote sensing, Reservoir, Rivers, Sensitive species, Terrestrial habitat, Transmission Lines, Vertical Structures, Watersheds, Wetland and riparian, WGA, WGA CHAT, Wildlife, Wind Turbines
For the last three years, the Western Governors Association (WGA) has been working with state wildlife agencies to create a standardized map of Crucial Habitat across the western United States to inform energy, transportation, and land use planning decisions at a regional scale. A collaborative effort of this scope between state wildlife agencies has not been accomplished before, and this effort represents a huge step forward in identifying landscapes that provide important resources to wildlife.
Two units of the Kansas Biological Survey at the University of Kansas worked closely with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) ...
April 11, 2012 in Remote sensing
Presentations will be given at the upcoming MAGIC 2012 Symposium by KARS researchers: Stephen Egbert, Jude Kastens, Kevin Dobbs, and Chris Bishop.
1.Current Research Initiatives at the Kansas Applied Remote Sensing Program by Stephen Egbert
2.Comparison of Mapping Approaches for Irrigated Crop Types in Kansas by Jude Kastens
3.New Developments in River Valley Floodplain Mapping: A Survey of FLPDLN Model Applications by Jude Kastens
4.Integrating GEOBIA and GIS for Automated Georeferencing of 1850s General Land Office Survey Maps by Kevin Dobbs
5. Project Showcase on GIS Database Development for Modeling Farmer's Land Use Decisions by Chris Bishop