remote sensing

Fine-resolution mapping and assessment of artificial surfaces in the northern hemisphere permafrost environments

This study aims to map and assess artificial surfaces in the northern hemisphere. Author: Qi Zhang Updated: January 2024

Arctic’s man-made impervious surfaces expanded by over two-thirds in the 21st century

Examining the status of forest fire emission in 2020 and its connection to COVID-19 incidents in West Coast regions of the United States

Mapping active paddy rice area over monsoon Asia using time-series Sentinel – 2 images in Google Earth Engine; A case study over Lower Gangetic Plain

GCI30: a global dataset of 30-m cropping intensity using multisource remote sensing imagery

We utilized multiple satellite data on Google Earth Engine platform to develop a first 30 m resolution global CI (GCI30)

Cropland Dynamics and Remote Sensing

Mapping continuous cropping cycles over large scales

A new framework to map fine resolution cropping intensity across the globe: algorithm, validation, and implication

Examining the effects of forest fire on terrestrial carbon emission and ecosystem production in India using remote sensing approaches

An efficient approach to capture continuous impervious surface dynamics using spatial-temporal rules and dense Landsat time series stacks

Evaluating the effectiveness of forest conservation policies with multitemporal remotely sensed imagery: a case study from Tiantangzhai Township, Anhui, China