October 30, 2009 in Climate change, Ecological forecasting, Land cover, Presentations, Research, Satellite imagery
A number of KARS and KBS researchers made presentations at the 2009 Kansas Statewide EPSCoR Conference in Manhattan, KS, in October. The purpose of the conference was to provide information about recent EPSCoR research and its importance to Kansans as well as to provide opportunities for research collaboration.
KARS/KBS presenters included:
Josh Campbell--"Building a first-generation cyberinfrastructure to support ecological forecasting." Download pdf
Brian O'Neill--"Ecological responses to hydrogeomorphic fluctuations in a sand bed prairie river: river complexity, habitat availability, and benthic invertebrates." Download pdf
Dana Peterson--"Mapping land use/land cover in the Kansas River Watershed." Download pdf
October 28, 2009 in Climate change, Ecological forecasting, Prairie, Research
Collaborative research by teams from KU and K-State was featured in the 2009 issue of KU Works for Kansas, a publication of the KU Office of University Relations. The article describes the purpose of a three-year, statewide, ecological-forecasting study. To read the article in its entirety, visit KU Works for Kansas.
October 28, 2009 in Agriculture, Crop yield, GreenReport, Land cover, Research, Satellite imagery
Researchers in the Kansas Applied Remote Sensing Program, a unit of the Kansas Biological Survey, were featured in the 2009 edition of KU Works for Kansas, a publication of the KU Office of University Relations. The article provides information on the GreenReport, a map series that uses satellite imagery to predict crop conditions. To read the article in its entirety, visit KU Works for Kansas.
September 15, 2009 in Crop yield, Ecological forecasting, Land cover, Research, Satellite imagery
For the past 20 years, the Kansas Applied Remote Sensing (KARS) program of the Kansas Biological Survey has been providing land cover and land use information derived from the digital classification of satellite imagery to the Kansas Water Office and a variety of state agencies involved in water and natural resource planning. Recently, KARS completed the latest and most detailed map of land cover and land use for the State. This map provides important information to inform the governor and Legislature on water and other natural resource issues as they consider them for policy enactment. It is also valuable to ...