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- 1st ed. 2015
- Li, Jonathan (ed.), Yang, Xiaojun (ed.)
- Bibliographie 52 schwarz-weiße und 68 farbige Abbildungen
- 58 Illustrations, color; 64 Illustrations, black and white; XI, 320 p. 122 illus., 58 illus. in colo
- 241 x 158 x 25 mm
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Dr. Jonathan Li is currently Professor of Geomatics at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. He holds a PhD degree in Geomatics Engineering from the University of Cape Town, South Africa. Dr. Li's research interests lie mainly in the areas of remote sensing and geographical information science. The focus is placed on use of the-state-of-art Earth observation and mobile mapping systems to derive spatial and attribute information to support effective urban-suburban planning and environmental management activities; to extract geometric information of urban structures for developing theories and models of urban morphology; to detect land use and land cover changes to study spatiotemporal dynamics and consequences of urbanization as a major form of global changes. He has been a guest editor for Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation and IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observation and Remote Sensing. He is currently serving as Vice Chair of ICA Commission on Mapping from Remote Sensor Images (2011-2015). He is co-author of more than 190 scientific papers and 5 books.Dr. Yang is a tenured faculty member with t the Florida State University, USA. He received higher education from China, Holland, and USA. Dr. Yang's research interest includes the development of remote sensing and geospatial techniques to support geographic inquiries in the urban and environmental domains. He has done research for NASA and received competitive grants from NSF, EPA and the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Dr. Yang has authored or co-authored more than 90 publications including five books by Springer, CRC/Taylor Francis and John Wiley. He has been a guest editor for Environmental Management, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Photogrammetrical Engineering and Remote Sensing, International Journal of Remote Sensing, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observation and Remote Sensing, and Computer, Environment and Urban Systems. Dr. Yang currently serves the second term as Chair, Commission on Mapping from Remote Sensor Imagery of the International Cartographic Association (2011-2015) and Director of the Cartography and Geographic Information Society (2012-2015).
1 Land change modeling: status and challengesTing Liu and Xiaojun Yang2 Long-Term change dynamics using Landsat archive for the Region of Waterloo in Ontario, CanadaAnqi Fu, Saied Pirasteh and Jonathan Li3 Modeling the effects of land use change and climate change on stream flow using GIS and hydrological modelMaochuan Hu, Bin He, Pingping Luo, Kaoru Takara and Weili Duan 4 Support vector machines for land cover mapping from remote sensor imageryDee Shi and Xiaojun Yang 5 Digital processing of SAR Data and image analysis techniquesSaied Pirasteh, Hojjat O. Safari and Somayeh Mollaee6 Development of a new wetness index based on RADARSAT-1 ScanSAR dataQuazi K. Hassan and Charles P.A. Bourque7 Mapping sea ice from satellite SAR imageryLinlin Xu and Jonathan Li 8 Modelling shallow landslide risk using GIS and a distributed hydro-geotechnical modelPingping Luo, Apip, Bin He, Kaoru Takara, Weili Duan, Maochuan Hu and Daniel Nover 9 Mapping coastal erosion risk in the southern Red River Delta, VietnamMizue Murooka, Yasuhiro Kuwahara and Shigeko Haruyama10 An integrated model for assessing carbon dioxide emissions considering climate change mitigation and flood risk adaptation interaction Kumiko Nakamichi, Yoshiki Yamagata and Hajime Seya11 Glaciological studies at Pasterze Glacier (Austria) based on aerial photographsViktor Kaufmann, Andreas Kellerer-Pirklbauer, Gerhard Karl Lieb, Heinz Slupetzky and Michael Avian 12 Grassland productivity simulation: integrating remote sensing and an ecosystem process modelYuhong He, Zhangbao Ma and Xulin Guo13 Landscape ecological mapping for biodiversity evaluation using airborne laser dataMamoru Koarai14 Combining different data sources for city growth analysis and architectural heritage mappingKarel Pavelka and Eva Matouskov15 Influence of political regime change to land use development in urban areas in the Czech RepublicLena Halounova and Vladimir HolubecIndex