Bibliography

The following bibliography, though by no means a comprehensive list, is a testament to the level of exploration made possible through the use of IDRISI.  We welcome additions to the list. This is only a reference aid to our users; we do not provide copies of these articles.

Biodiversity and Habitat  Decision Support and Risk  |  Development and Regional Planning  Earth Trends Modeler Epidemiology  Education  |  Forestry and Agriculture   |  General  Hydrology / Hydrogeology  |  Image Processing / Remote Sensing  Land Change  Land Change Modeler  Time Series  |  Reviews  

1Biodiversity and Habitat

Alves, T.P., and N.F. Fontoura."Statistical distribution models for migratory fish in Jacui basin, South Brazil." Neotropical Ichthyology, Vol. 7, Issue 4 (2009):  647-658.

Beckler, A.A., B.W. French, and L.D. Chandler. “Using GIS in Areawide Pest Management: A Case Study in South Dakota.” Transactions in GIS 9, no. 2 (2005): 109-127.

Bersier, Louis-Felix, Daniel Borcard, Catherine Marthe, and Dietrick R. Meyer. “Bird assemblages in Mosaic forests: the relative importance of vegetation structure and floristic composition along the successional gradient.” Acta Oecologica 15, no. 5 (1994): 561-576.

Bino, G., N. Levin, S. Darawshi, N. Van Der Hal, A. Reich-Solomon, S. Kark. "Accurate prediction of bird species richness patterns in an urban environment using Landsat-derived NDVI and spectral unmixing." In International Journal of Remote Sensing, Vol. 29, Issue 13 (2008): 3675–3700.

Clevenger, Anthony P., Jack Wierzchowski, Bryan Chruszcz, and Kari Gunson. “GIS-Generated, Expert-Based Models for Identifying Wildlife Habitat Linkages and Planning Mitigation Passages.” Conservation Biology 16, no. 2 (2002): 503-514.

Creel, S., and N.M. Creel. The African Wild Dog: Behavior, Ecology, and Conservation. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2002.

Gibbs, James P. “Wetland Loss and Biodiversity Conservation.” Conservation Biology 14, no. 1 (2000): 314-317.

Guneralp, B., G. Gertner, G. Mendoza, and A. Anderson. “Spatial Simulation and Fuzzy Threshold Analysis for Allocating Restoration Areas.” Transactions in GIS 7, no. 3 (2003): 343.

H-Acevedo, Dagoberto, and David J.Currie. “Does climate determine broad-scale patterns of species richness? A test of the causal link by natural experiment.” Global Ecology & Biogeography 12, no. 6 (2003): 461-473.

Hirzel, A. and A. Guisan. “Which is the optimal sampling strategy for habitat suitability modelling.” Ecological Modelling 157, no. 2-3 (2002): 331-341.

Hirzel, A.H., V. Helfer, and F. Métral. “Assessing habitat-suitability models with a virtual species. Ecological Modeling 145 (2001): 111-121.

Hooker, Sascha K., Hal Whitehead, and Shannon Gowans. “Marine Protected Area Design and the Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Cetaceans in a Submarine Canyon.” Conservation Biology 13, no. 3 (1999): 592-602.

Johnson, Chris J., Katherine L. Parker, Douglas C. Heard, and Michael P. Gillingham. “Movement parameters of ungulates and scale-specific responses to the environment.” Journal of Animal Ecology 71, no. 2 (2002): 225-235.

Johnson, Lori M, Lisabeth L Willey, Michael T Jones, and Florencia Sangermano. “Predicting Core Habitat for Wolverine in Québec.” Beyond Ktaadn, 2012. http://beyondktaadn.org/.

Khatchikian, C., F. Sangermano, D. Kendell, and T. Livdahl. "Evaluation of species distribution model algorithms for fine-scale container-breeding mosquito risk prediction." Medical and Veterinary Entomology (2010), doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2915.2010.00935.x.

Krist, Frank J., and Daniel G. Brown. “GIS Modeling of Paleo-Indian Period Caribou Migrations and Viewsheds in Northeastern Lower Michigan.” PE&RS 60, no. 9 (1994): 1129-1137. 

Lobo, Jorge M., and Fermín Martín-Piera. “Searching for a Predictive Model for Species Richness of Iberian Dung Beetle Based on Spatial and Environmental Variables.” Conservation Biology 16, no. 1 (2002): 158-173.

Manrique, Celene Espadas, Rafael Durán, and Jorge Argáez. “Phytogeographic analysis of taxa endemic to the Yucatán Peninsula using geographic information systems, the domain heuristic method and parsimony analysis of endemicity.” Diversity & Distributions 9, no. 4 (2003): 313-330.

McKelvey, K.S., and B. R. Noon. “Incorporating Uncertainties in Animal Location and Map Classification into Habitat Relationships Modeling.” In Spatial Uncertainty in Ecology: Implications for Remote Sensing and GIS Applications, eds.C.T. Hunsaker, M.F. Goodchild, M.A. Friedl, and T.J. Case. Springer, New York, (2001): 72-90.

Ormsby, D.W., and J. McMorrow. “GIS Habitat Modeling of Three Equid Spaces in East Africa.” Poster paper presented at RSS, September 1993.

Ostro, L.E.T., T. P. Young; S.C. Silver; and F.W. Koontz. “A Geographic Information System Method for Estimating Home Range Size.” The Journal of Wildlife Management 63, no. 2 (1999): 748-755.

Poirazidis, K., A. Papageorgiou, D. Kasimiadis. "Mapping the Animal Biodiversity in the Dadia National Park using Multi-Criteria Evaluation Tools and GIS." Ιn Conference Proceedings: International Conference on Sustainable Management and Development of Mountainous and Island Areas 2, (2006): 299-304.

Robertson, M.P., C.I. Peter, M.H. Villet, and B.S. Ripley. “Comparing models for predicting species' potential distributions: a case study using correlative and mechanistic predictive modelling techniques.” Ecological Modelling 16 (2003): 153-167.

Salam, M. Abdus, and Lindsay G. Ross. “GIS modeling for aquaculture in South-Western Bangladesh: Comparative production scenarios for brackish and freshwater shrimp and fish.” In Proceedings: Thirteenth annual conference on Geographic Information Systems, (1999): 141-145.

Salam, M. Abdus, and Lindsay G. Ross. “Resource allocation for brackish water shrimp farming in South-Western Bangladesh.” In Proceedings: Magrove ecosystem research methodology in Khulna University, Bangladesh, (1999): 25-27. 

Salam, M. Abdus, and Lindsay G. Ross. “Optimising sites selection for development of shrimp (Panaeus monodon) and mud crab (Scylla serrata) culture in South-Western Bangladesh.” In Proceedings: Fourteenth Annual Conference on Geographic Information Systems. 2000.

Spong, G. “Space use in lions, Panthera leo, in the Selous Game Reserve: social and ecological factors.” Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 52 (2002): 303-307.

Stalmans M., K. Balkwill, E.T.F. Witkowski & K.H.Rogers. "A Landscape Ecological Approach to Address Scaling Problems in Conservation Management and Monitoring." Environmental Management 28, no. 3 (2001): 389-401.

Thomson, M. C., D. A. Elnaiern,  R. W. Ashford, and S. J. Connor. “Towards a kala azar risk map for Sudan: mapping the potential distribution of Phlebotomus orientalis using digital data of environmental variables.” Tropical Medicine & International Health 4, no. 2 (1999): 105-113.

Viana, Helder, José Aranha, Centro De Estudos, Tecnologias Saúde, and Quinta Alagoa. “Mapping Invasive Species (Acacia Dealbata Link ) Using ASTER / TERRA and LANDSAT 7 ETM + Imagery.” In Forest Landscapes and Global Change-New Frontiers in Management, Conservation, and Restoration: Proceedings of the IUFRO Landscape Ecology Working Group International Conference, September 21-27, 2010., edited by and M.A. Pinto J.C. Azevedo, M. Feliciano, J. Castro, (2010): 443–448.

Williams, D.W., and R.A. Birdsey, “Historical Patterns of Spruce Budworm Defoliation and Bark Beetle Outbreaks in North American Conifer Forests: An Atlas and Description of Digital Maps.” In USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-308, (2003): 33.

Williams, D.W., and A.M. Liebhold. “Spatial Scale and the Detection of Density Dependence in Spruce Budworm Outbreaks in Eastern North America.” Oecologia 124 (2000): 544-552.

Williams, D.W. and A.M. Liebhold. “Climate Change and the Outbreak Ranges of Two North American Bark Beetles.” Agricultural and Forest Entomology  4 (2000): 87-99.

Yang, D., B.C. Pijankowski, and S.H. Gage. “Analysis of gypsy moth (Lepidoptera Lymantriidae) population dynamics in Michigan using geographic information systems.” Environmental Entomology 27, no. 4 (1998): 842-852.

1Decision Support and Risk

Anonymous. “Summary of Procedures to Produce a Landslide Susceptibility Map.” In Report: Geo-haz Consultants. 1993.

Badji, Moussa and Dirk Mallants. “Integrating GIS and Process Models: A New Perspective for Decision Support Systems (DSS) in Irrigation Water Management.” In EGIS Proceedings, (1991): 48-54.

Burton, C.L. and M.S. Rosenbaum. “Decision support to assist environmental sedimentology modeling.” Environmental Geology 23 (2003): 457-465. 

Corona, P., R. Salvati, A. Barbati and G. Chirici. “Land Suitability for Short Rotation Coppices Assessed through Fuzzy Membership Functions.” In Patterns and Processes in Forest Landscapes: Multiple Use and Sustainable Management, eds. R. Lafortezza, et.al. New York: Springer, (2008):191-212.


Eastman, J.R. “Uncertainty Management in GIS: Decision Support Tools for Effective Use of Spatial Data Resources.” In Spatial Uncertainty in Ecology: Implications for Remote Sensing and GIS Applications, eds.C.T. Hunsaker, M.F. Goodchild, M.A. Friedl, and T.J. Case. New York: Springer, (2001):  379-390.

Eastman, J.R. "Decision Theory and GIS." In Proceedings: Africa GIS '93, 20. 1993.

Eastman, J. R., H. Jiang, and James Toledano. “Multi-criteria and multi-objective decision making for land allocation using GIS.” In Multicriteria Analysis for Land-Use Management, edited by E. Beinat and P. Nijkamp, Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, (1998): 227-252.

Eastman, J.R., P.A.K. Kyem, and James Toledano. “A Procedure for Multi-Objective Decision Making in GIS Under Conditions of Conflicting Objectives.” In Proceedings: EGIS 1993 1, (1993): 438-447.

Eastman, J.R., S. Emani, S. Hulina, H. Jiang, A. Johnson, and M. Ramachandran. Report: Applications Of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technology in Environmental Risk Assessment and Management. Clark Labs/Clark University, Worcester, MA (in cooperation with UNEP.) 1997.

Eastman, J.R., W. Jin, P.A.K. Kyem, and James Toledano. “Participatory Procedures for Multi-Criteria Evaluation in GIS.” In Proceedings: Chinese Professionals in GIS, (1992): 1-13.

Eastman, J.R., W. Jin, P.A.K. Kyem, and James Toledano. "An Algorithm for Multi-Objective Land Allocation Using GIS.” In Proceedings: International Workshop on GIS, Chinese Academy of Sciences, (1993): 261-270.

Eastman, J.R., W. Jin, P.A.K. Kyem, and James Toledano, "Participatory Multi-Objective Decision Making in GIS". In Proceedings: AUTOCARTO XI. 1993.

Eastman, J.R., W. Jin, P.A.K. Kyem, and James Toledano. “Raster Procedures for Multi-Criteria/ Multi-Objective Decisions.” PE&RS 61, no. 5 (1995): 539-547.

Emani, Srinivas, Samuel J. Ratick, George E. Clark, Kirstin Dow, Jeanne X. Kasperson, Roger E. Kasperson, Susi Moser, and Harry E. Schwarz. Nov. 1993. “Assessing Vulnerability to Extreme Storm Events and Sea-Level Rise Using Geographic Information Systems (GIS.)” In  Proceedings, GIs/LIS '93 Vol. 1, (1993): 201-209.

Greene, R., R. Devillers, B. G. Eddy, and J .E. Luther. GIS-based multiple-criteria decision analysis. Geography Compass 5/6 (2011): 412–432.

Hassan, Hassan M., and Charles Hutchinson. “Natural Resource and Environmental Information for Decision Making.” The World Bank, 1993.

Jiang, H. and Eastman, J.R. “Application of fuzzy measures in multi-criteria evaluation in GIS.” International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 14, no. 2 (2000): 173-184. 

Joerin, F., M. Theriault, and A. Musy. “Using GIS and outranking multicriteria analysis for landuse suitability assessment.” International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 15, no. 2 (2001): 153-174. 

Kyem, P.A.K "Of Intractable conflicts and Participatory GIS Applications: the Search for consensus amidst Competing claims and Institutional demands.” Annals of the Association of American Geographers 94, no. 1 (2004): 37-57. 

Kyem, P.A.K. “Power, Participation and Inflexible Social Institutions: An examination of the Challenges to Community Empowerment in Participatory GIS Applications.” Cartographica 38, no. 3 & 4 (2001).

Kyem, P.A.K. “Using GIS to Support Multi-Objective Decision Making in Forest Management. An Experience from Ghana, West Africa.” In Multicriteria Evaluation in Forest Management, edited by Klaus von Gadow. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, (2002): 16-29.

Kyem, P.A.K “Promoting local community participation in forest management through a PPGIS application in Southern Ghana.” In Community Participation and Geographic Information Systems, eds.Will Craig, Trevor Harris and Dan Weiner, Taylor and Francis (2002): 218-231.

Kyem, P.A.K. “A Choice Heuristic Algorithm for Managing Land Resource Allocation Problems Involving Multiple Parties and Conflicting Interests.” Transactions in GIS 5, no. 2 (2000): 113-132. 

Lovett, A.A., and N.J. Tate. “A Combined GIS/Geostatistical Analysis of PCB Concentrations in Soil Samples from the Panteg District, South Wales.” In EGIS Proceedings, (1992): 1538-1539.

Malczewski, Jacek. GIS and Multicriteria Decision Analysis. New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1999.

McLaren, Shirley A. “Mapping Ski Hill Avalanche Terrain in the Vancouver, B.C., Area,” Earth Observation Magazine, (July 2001): 23-26.

McCalpin,James P. “Geohazards Mapping and Geographic Information Systems.” The Professional Geologist 30, no. 1 (1993): 5-6.

Mendes, Jose F.G. “Multi-criteria accessibility evaluation using GIS as applied to industrial location in Portugal,” Earth Observation Magazine, (2001): 31-35.

Mulando, A.D. “Mitigation strategies of the Bulozi Floodplain (Western Province Zambia.)” In Proceedings: 28th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, (2000): 63-66.

Rosenfeld, Charles. “Flood Hazard Reduction.” GeoInfo Systems (1994): 30-37.

Scott, P. C., V. Godard, and C. Benabderrahmane. Modeling risk areas for Echinococcus multilocularis egg survival in an urban park in France. Presented at Anais XV Simpósio Brasileiro de Sensoriamento Remoto - SBSR, Curitiba, PR, Brazil, INPE. (April 30-May 5, 2011): 5969-5996.

Varma, V. K., I. S. Ferguson, and I. Wild. “Decision support system for the sustainable forest management.” In Proceedings of the First International Conference on Geospatial Information in Agriculture and Forestry. Decision Support, Technology, and Applications. 1998.

1Development and Regional Planning

Aguejdad, Rahim and Thomas Houet. “Modeling the Urban Sprawl Using Land Change Modeler on a French Metropolitan Area (Rennes): Forsee the Unpredictable”. Symposium “Spatial Landscape Modelling; From Dynamic Approaches to Functional Evaluations”. Toulouse, France. June 3-5 2008.

Eastman, J. R., and James Toledano. “An Ecological Strategy for Sustainable GIS Technology Transfer.” EIS News (1996): 8-15.

Falconer, Lynne, Donna-Claire Hunter, Trevor C. Telfer, and Lindsay G. Ross. “Visual, Seascape and Landscape Analysis to Support Coastal Aquaculture Site Selection.” Land Use Policy 34 (September 2013): 1–10. http://linkinghub.elsevier.com.

Gumbo, D., J.R. Eastman, James Toledano, M. Snel, and N. Haan. “It takes a village: Assessing social causes of environmental change in Africa.” GeoInfo Systems 10, no. 1 (2000): 22-27.

Haan, N., D. Gumbo, J.R. Eastman, J. Toledano, and M. Snel. “Linking geomatics and participatory social analysis for environmental monitoring: Case studies from Malawi.” Cartographica 37, no. 4 (2002): 21-32.

Hutchinson, Charles F., and James Toledano. “Guidelines for Demonstrating Geographic Information Systems Based on Participatory Development.” International Journal of Geographic Information Systems 7, no. 5 (1993): 453-461.

Kyem, P.A.K. “Embedding GIS Applications into Resource Management and Planning Activities of Local Communities: A Desirable Innovation or a Destabilizing Enterprise?” Journal of Planning Education and Research 20, no. 1 (2001): 176-186.

Kyem, P. A. K. “Diagnosing User's Perception of Change in the Transfer and Adoption of Geographic Information System's Technology.” Applied Geographic Studies 3, no. 2 (1999): 1-16.

Lein, J.K. “Sensing sprawl: Towards the monitoring of urban expansion using Dempster-Shafer theory.” Geocarto International 18, no. 2 (2003): 61-70.

Mendes, J.F.G., and W.S. Motizuki. “Urban Quality of Life Evaluation Scenarios: The Case of São Carlos in Brazil University of São Paulo, Brazil.” CTBUH Review 1, no. 2 (2001): 13-22.

Millette, Thomas L. “Vermont Planners Add Image Processing to GIS Tools.” GeoInfo Systems (1992) 42-45. 

Moreno-Jimenez, Antonio. “Socio-Spatial Impact Analysis and Site Selection for Controversial Public Facilities with GIS.” In Proceedings: EGIS 1 (1992): 483-491.

Nichol, Janet. E. “Monitoring Singapore's Microclimate.” GeoInfo Systems (1993): 51-55.

Speed, Vickie. “Heat Islands Unmasked.” GeoInfo Systems 6, no. 11 (1993): 20-21.

Sweitzer, J., and S. Langaas. “Modeling Population Density in the Baltic States Using the Digital Chart of the World and Other Small Scale Data Sets.” Presented at the EUCC/WWF Conference, Coastal Conservation and Management in the Baltic Region. May 2-8 1994.

Thomason, Greg. “Exploring Urban Development Through Cascade GIS Diffusion Models,” Earth Observation Magazine, July/August 1993: (24-27).

Toledano, James, and  J.R. Eastman. “The Ecological Approach: A Non-Technical Approach to GIS Implementation.” In Proceedings: AFRICAGIS. 1997.

1Earth Trends Modeler

Bolle, H. Analysis of 1989-2004 one km2 AVHRR data with IDRISI ETM. Geophysical Research Abstracts, 13, EGU2011-5773, EGU General Assembly 2011.

Eastman, J.R., F. Sangermano, B. Ghimire, H. Zhu, H. Chen, N. Neeti, Y. Cai., E. A. Machado, and S.C. Crema. Seasonal Trend Analysis of Image Time Series. International Journal of Remote Sensing vol. 30 no. 10 (2009): 2721-2726.

Eastman J.R., F. Sangermano, Machado E.A., Rogan J, Anyamba A. Global Trends in Seasonality of Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI), 1982–2011. Remote Sensing. 2013; 5(10):4799-4818.

Fensholt, R., and K. Rasmussen. Analysis of trends in the Sahelian ‘rain-use efficiency’ using GIMMS NDVI, RFE and GPCP rainfall data. Remote Sensing of Environment, 115 (2011): 438–451.

Fuller, D.O., M.S. Parenti, A. M. Gad, and J.C. Beier. Land cover in Upper Egypt assessed using regional and global land-cover products derived from MODIS imagery. Remote Sensing Letters, vol. 3 no. 2 (2012): 171-180.

Levy, J.S., and N. C. Ban. A method for incorporating climate change modelling into marine conservation planning: An Indo-west Pacific example. Mar. Policy. 2012. http://dx.doi.org/.

Wagner, A.P.L., E. Weber, H. Hasenack, E.V. Klering, and D.C. Fontana. (2001). Variabilidade temporal do NDVI/MODIS na Análise de Remanescentes da Ecorregião das Savanas Uruguaias, Anais XV Simpósio Brasileiro de Sensoriamento Remoto - SBSR, Curitiba, PR, Brasil, 30 de abril a 05 de maio de 2011, INPE. (2011): 5600-5606.

Wagner, A.P.L., E. Weber, H. Hasenack, E.V. Klering, and D.C. Fontana. (2013). Tendencias temporais de indices de vegetacao nos campos do Pampa do Brasil e do Uruguai. Pesq. agropec. bras., Brasilia, v.48, n.9, p.1192-120, set 2013. DOI: 10.1590/S0100-204X2013000900002. http://seer.sct.embrapa.br/index.php/pab/article/view/16008/12414

1Epidemiology

Brooker, Simon, Simon I.Hay, Wahab Issae, Andrew Hall, Charles M. Kihamia,  Nicholas J. S. Lwambo,  William Wint, David J. Rogers, and Don A. P. Bundy. “Predicting the distribution of urinary schistosomiasis in Tanzania using satellite sensor data.” Tropical Medicine & International Health 6, no. 12 (2001): 998-1007.

Das, A., R.L. Subhash, G.E. Glass, T. Shields, and J. Patz. “Modelling a discrete spatial response using generalized linear mixed models: Applications to Lyme disease vectors.” International Journal of Geographic Information Science 16, no. 2 (2002): 151-166.

Fuller, D.O., Parenti, M., Hassan, A. N., and J. C. Beier. “Linking land cover and species distribution models to project potential ranges of malaria vectors: an example using anopheles arabiensis in Sudan and Upper Egypt.” Malaria Journal 11, no. 1 (2012): 264. http://www.malariajournal.com.

Furbee, Paul M., and John Spencer. “Using GIS to Determine Travel Times to Hospitals.” GeoInfo Systems 3, no. 8 (1993): 30-31.

Glass, Gregory E., John M. Morgan III, Dale T. Johnson, Peter M. Noy, Ebenezer Israel, and Brian S. Schwartz. “Infectious Disease Epidemiology and GIS: A Case Study of Lyme Disease.” GeoInfo Systems 2 (1992): 65-69.

Tanser, Frank. Methodology for optimising location of new primary health care facilities in rural communities: a case study in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, vol. 60 no. 10 (2006):846-50.

Tanser, F.C. “The application of GIS technology to equitably distribute fieldworker workload in a large, rural South African health survey.” Tropical Medicine and International Health 7, no. 1 (2001): 80-90.

Tanser F, Bärnighausen T, Cooke G, Newell ML. Localised spatial clustering of HIV infections in a widely-disseminated rural South African epidemic. International Journal of Epidemiology, vol. 38 no. 4 (2009): 1008-16.

Tanser Frank, and David Wilkinson. “Spatial implications of the tuberculosis DOTS strategy in rural South Africa: a novel application of geographical information system and global positioning system technologies.” Tropical Medicine & International Health 4, no. 10 (1999): 634-638.

Tanser F, Gijsbertsen B, Herbst K. Modelling and understanding primary health care accessibility and utilization in rural South Africa: An exploration using a geographical information system. Social Science and Medicine, vol. 63 no. 3 (2006): 691-705.

Tanser Frank, V. Hosegood, J. Benzler, and G. Solarsh. “New approaches to spatially analyze primary health care usage patterns in rural South Africa.” Tropical Medicine and International Health 6, no. 10 (2001): 826-838.

1Education

Can, Ayse. “TIGER/Line files in teaching GIS.” International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 7, no. 6 (1993): 561-572.

Carstensen, Laurence W. Jr. “GIS at VPI Balances Liberal Arts and Technical Skills,” GIS World, (August 1991): 122-124. 

Colville, David, and Roger Mosher. “Nova Scotia School Stresses GIS Programming,” GIS World, (October 1991): 120. 

De Cola, Lee, and Adil El Haimus. “Teaching Geographic Concepts with GIS,” GIS World, (May 1995): 68-72. 

Dorsey, Michael. “Building a New Window on the World,” WPI Journal, Spring (1992):  24-26.

Fazio, Russ P., and Kathryn Keranen. “GIS Mapping,” The Science Teacher, (1995): 16-19. 

Fisher, P.F. “Geographical Information systems software for Teaching.” Journal of Geography in Higher Education 13, no. 1 (1989): 69-80. 

Gould, Michael. “Spain's GIS Education Centres Prospering,” GIS Europe, (March 1992): 14-16. 

Parent, Phil. “GIS in Higher Education,” GIS World, (March 1990): 78-79. 

Parent, Phil. “Building a GIS Laboratory Program,” GIS World, (Feb. 1991): 128-131.

1Forestry and Agriculture

Aguilar-Manjarrez, Jose, and Lindsay G. Ross. “Aquaculture Development and GIS,” GIS Europe, (1993): 49-52. 

Gilbert, M. “Integrating cultural tactics into the management of bark beetle and reforestation pests.” In USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-236, eds. J.C. Grégoire, A.M. Liebhold, F.M. Stephen, K.R. Day, and S.M. Salom, (1997): 54-61.

Hill, Jennifer L., & Paul J. Curran. “Area, shape and isolation of tropical forest fragments: effects on tree species diversity and implications for conservation.” Journal of Biogeography 30, no. 9 (2003): 1391-1403.

Holmer, B., U. Postgård, and M. Eriksson. “Sky view factors in forest canopies calculated with IDRISI.” Theoretical and Applied Climatology 68, no. 1-2 (2001): 33-40.

Malysheva, N. “Remote Sensing and GIS promote forest monitoring in Russian National Parks,” Earth Observation Magazine, (2002): 12-16.

Murray, Michael P., Stephen C. Bunting, and Penny Morgan. “Fire history of an isolated subalpine mountain range of the Intermountain Region, United States.” Journal of Biogeography 25, no. 6 (1998): 1071-1080.

Salam, M. Abdus, and Lindsay G. Ross. “GIS modelling for aquaculture potential in South-Western Bangladesh.” In Proceedings: GIS and new advances in integrated coastal management conference, Section 12. 1999.

Smith, James L., Jesse A. Logan, and Timothy G. Gregoire. “Using Aerial Photography and Geographic Information Systems to Develop Databases for Pesticide Evaluations.” PE&RS 58, no. 10 (1992): 1447-1452. 

Swindell, Julian. “A rich harvest: integrating GPS and GIS on the farm” Mapping Awareness 9, no. 1 (1995): 32-35.

Tucek, J., and E. Pacola. “Algorithms for skidding distance modelling on a raster digital terrain model.” International Journal of Forest Engineering 10, no. 1 (1999): 33-40.

1General

Agumya, A. and G.J. Hunter. “A Risk-Based Approach to Assessing the 'Fitness for Use' of Spatial Data.” URISA Journal 11, no. 1 (1999): 33-44.

Anonymous. “Computers and Mining.” In Report: Gibbs Associates 8, no 1. 1992. 

Anonymous. “Geographic Analysis Software,” Coal Magazine, (May 1992): 60.

Bristow, Robert S., Stephen P. Caron, and Kevin H. Green. “Investigating Spatial Structure Influences on Recreation Activity Packages.” In Proceedings of the Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. 1993.

Campos, Sérgio, Elen Fittipaldi Brasílio Carrega, Teresa Cristina Tarlé Pissarra, Gabriel Rondina Pupo da Silveira, Yara Manfrim Garcia, Mariana de Campos, Andréa Cardador Felipe, Clescy Olivera da Silva, Vanessa Durante Polonio, and Nathalia Maria Salvadeo Fernandes Parizoto. “Anais XVI Simpósio Brasileiro De Sensoriamento Remoto - SBSR, Foz Do Iguaçu, PR, Brasil, 13 a 18 De Abril De 2013, INPE.” In Anais XVI Simpósio Brasileiro De Sensoriamento Remoto - SBSR, Foz Do Iguaçu, PR, Brasil, 13 a 18 De Abril De 2013, INPE, 5101–5108. INPE, 2013. http://www.dsr.inpe.br.

Eastman, J.R. “Raster and Vector: Models of Space.” The European Governmental Journal 1 (1993): 75-78.

Fisher, P. F. “Modeling Soil Map-Unit Inclusions by Monte Carlo Simulation.” International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 5, no. 2 (1991): 193-208.

Foresman, Timothy W. “IDRISI Offers GIS Simplicity to Government Agencies,” GIS World, (Jan. 1993): 18-19.

Goodchild, Michael, Robert Haimig, et al. “Integrating GIS and Spatial Data Analysis: Problems and Possibilities.” International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 6, no. 5 (1992): 407-423.

Guidolini, Janaína Ferreira, Leonardo Batista Pedroso, and Marcus Vinícius Neves Araújo. “Análise Temporal Do Uso e Ocupação Do Solo Na Microbacia Do Ribeirão Do Feijão, Município De São Carlos - SP, Entre Os Anos De 2005 e 2011.” In Anais XVI Simpósio Brasileiro De Sensoriamento Remoto - SBSR, Foz Do Iguaçu, PR, Brasil, 13 a 18 De Abril De 2013, 4503–4509. INPE, 2013. http://www.dsr.inpe.br.

Heinzen, Morris. “A Geodetic Control Layer Using Raster-based GIS. ACSM Bulletin 137 (1992): 57.

Hogan, Dick. “Geographical Leap for the Irish Summer School,” Irish Times, 1991.

Laughlin, Greg P., Michael F. Hutchinson, Brendan G. Mackey. “An Intuitive Approach to Analyzing Small Point-source Spatial Data Sets.” International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 7, no. 1 (1993): 21-38.

Leach, David. “Mona Lisa as Leonardo da Vinci Never Intended,” Mapping Awareness 8, no. 4, 12-13.

Lee, Jay, Peter K. Snyder, and Peter F. Fisher. “Modeling the Effect from Data Errors on Feature Extraction for Digital Elevation Models” PE&RS 58, no. 10 (1992): 1461-1467.

Lovett, A.A., and N.J. Tate. 1992. “A Combined GIS/Geostatistical Analysis of PCB Concentrations in Soil Samples from the Panteg District, South Wales.” In EGIS Proceedings, (1992): 1538-1539.

Memmi, John M. “Expertise and GIS Converge for Diamond Exploration,” GIS World, (February 1995): 54-55.

Paegelow, Martin and Maria Teresa Camacho Olmedo, eds. Modelling Environmental Dynamics. Springer-Verlag: Berlin, 2008.

Perestrello de Vasconcelos, M.J., B.P. Zeigler, and L.A. Graham. “Modeling multi-scale spatial ecological processes under the discrete event systems paradigm. Landscape Ecology 8, no. 4 (1993): 273-286. 

Peterman, Glen. “Geographic Information Systems and Archaeology.” ACOR (American Center of Oriental Research) Newsletter 4.1 (1992): 8-9.

Shitao, Ling, Joe McCarty, and Vaughn Nelson. “Wind Resource Screening in the Texas Panhandle,” AEI Report, 1994.

Wiley, Bill. “Tackling the Data Representation Problem Using Both Vector and Raster GIS.” GeoInfo Systems (1994): 28-29.

Zhu, H., J.R. Eastman, and James Toledano. “Triangulated Irregular Network Optimization from Contour Data using Bridge and Tunnel Removal.” International Journal of Geographic Information Systems 15, no. 3 (2001): 271-286.

1Hydrology / Hydrogeology

Chen, Hao, A. El Garouani, and L. A. Lewis. “Modelling Soil Erosion and Deposition within a Mediterranean Mountainous Environment Utilizing Remote Sensing and GIS--Wadi Tlata, Morocco.” Geographica Helvetica, no. 63 (2008): 36-47.

El Garouani, Abdelkadar, H. Chen, L. Lewis, A. Tribak, M. Abahrour. "Evaluation du bilan d'érosion et de dépôt des sols au pré-Rif (Maroc) en utilisant le modèle RUSLE, la télédétection et l'analyse spatiale." In Revue Internationale de Géomatique (European Journal of GIS and Spatial Analysis) 19, no. 3 (2009): 303-319.

Fisher, P. F. “Modeling Soil Map-Unit Inclusions by Monte Carlo Simulation.” International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 5, no.2 (1991): 193-208.

Kuhn, N. J. and H. Zhu.  “GIS-based Modeling of Runoff Source Areas and Pathways.” Geographica Helvetica, no. 63 (2008): 48-57.

Meyer, Steffen P., Tarek H. Salem, and John W. Labadie. ”Geographic Information Systems in Urban Storm-Water Management. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 19, no. 2 (1993): 206-228. 

Rosenfeld, Charles. “Flood Hazard Reduction.” GeoInfo Systems (1994): 30-37. 

Teeuw, Richard M. “Groundwater Exploration Using Remote Sensing and a Low-Cost Geographical Information System.” Hydrogeology Journal 3, no. 3 (1995): 21-30.

Van Rompaey, A.J.J., and G. Govers. “Data quality and model complexity for regional scale soil erosion prediction.” International Journal of Geographical Information Science 16, no. 7 (2002): 663-680.

1Image Processing / Remote Sensing

BW Clegg & TG O'Connor (2012): The vegetation of Malilangwe Wildlife Reserve, south-eastern Zimbabwe, African Journal of Range & Forage Science, 29:3, 109-131.

Campos, Sérgio, Gabriel Rondina Pupo da SILVEIRA, Mariana de CAMPOS, and Andréa Cardador Felipe. “Espacialização Do Conflito Do Uso e Ocupação Do Solo Em Áreas De Preservação Permanente Da Microbacia Do Ribeirão Santo.” In Anais - 4o Simpósio De Tecnologia Em Meio Ambiente e Recursos Hídricos – FATEC - Jahu, (2011): 43–53. http://www.rimaeditora.com.br.

Chirici, Gherardo, Piermaria Corona, Marco Marchetti, Alessandro Mastronardi, Fabio Maselli, Lorenzo Bottai, and Davide Travaglini. “K-NN FOREST: a Software for the Non-parametric Prediction and Mapping of Environmental Variables by the k-Nearest Neighbors Algorithm.” European Journal of Remote Sensing 45 (November 6, 2012): 433–442. http://www.aitjournal.com.

Chuvieco, Emilio. Remote Sensing of Large Wildfires in the European Mediterranean Basin. New York: Springer, 1999.

Duguay, Claude R., and Ellsworth F. LeDrew. “Estimating Surface Reflectance and Albedo from Landsat-5 Thematic Mapper over Rugged Terrain.” PE&RS 58, no. 5 (1992): 551-558.

Eastman, J.R., and R.M. Laney. “Bayesian Soft Classification for Sub-pixel Analysis: A Critical Evaluation.” PE&RS 68, no. 11 (2002): 1149-1154.

Egberth, M. and M. Nilsson. "KNN-Sweden--Current map data on Swedish forests." In Proceedings  ForestSat 2010: Operational tools in forestry using remote sensing techniques.  (September 2010): 265-267.

Gumbright, T., J. McCarthy, and T. McCarthy. “Portraying the geophysiology of the Okavango Delta, Botswana, 2000.” In Proceedings: 28th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, (2000): 51-54.

Li, Zhe, and J. Ronald Eastman. "The Nature and Classification of Unlabelled Neurons in the Use of Kohonen's Self-Organizing Map for Supervised Classification." Transactions in GIS 10, no. 4 (2006): 599-613.

Li, Zhe. "Fuzzy ARTMAP Based Neurocomputational Spatial Uncertainty Measures." Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 74, no. 12 (2008): 1573-1584.

Liu, Jian Guo, Phillippa Mason, Fiona Hilton, and Hoonyol Lee. “Detection of Rapid Erosion in SE Spain: A GIS Approach Based on ERS SAR Coherence Imagery.” PE&RS 70, no. 10 (2004): 1179-1185.

Pullar, D., and S. Sun. “Using a cartographic modeling language to manipulate spectral satellite imagery.” PE&RS 67, no. 6 (2001): 685-690.

Reusing, M. “A hybrid model for mapping woodland vegetation in Ethiopia.” In Proceedings: 28th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, (2000): 83-86.

Schmook, B., R. P. Dickson, F. Sangermano, J. M. Vadjunec, J. R. Eastman, and J. Rogan. “A step-wise land-cover classification of the tropical forests of the Southern Yucatan, Mexico.” International Journal of Remote Sensing 32, no. 4 (2011): 1139-1164.

Tanser, F., and A. R. Palmer. “Vegetation mapping of the Great Fish River basin, South Africa: Integrating spatial and multi-spectral remote sensing techniques.” Applied Vegetation Sciences 3 (2000): 197-204.

Viana, Helder, José Aranha, Centro De Estudos, Tecnologias Saúde, and Quinta Alagoa. “Mapping Invasive Species (Acacia Dealbata Link ) Using ASTER / TERRA and LANDSAT 7 ETM + Imagery.” In Forest Landscapes and Global Change-New Frontiers in Management, Conservation, and Restoration: Proceedings of the IUFRO Landscape Ecology Working Group International Conference, September 21-27, 2010., edited by and M.A. Pinto J.C. Azevedo, M. Feliciano, J. Castro, (2010): 443–448.

Warner, T. A. and D. J. Campagna. "Remote sensing with IDRISI Taiga: A beginner's guide." Geocarto International Centre, Hong Kong (2009).

Weiss, Carlos Vinicius da Cruz, Lucas Terres de Lima, Abraão Martins Terceiro, and Natália Peppes Gauer. “Mapeamento Do Uso e Ocupação Do Solo Utilizando Imagens De Satélite Do Sensor TM/Landsat 5 No Litoral Sul Do Rio Grande Do Sul, Brasil.” In Anais XVI Simpósio Brasileiro De Sensoriamento Remoto - SBSR, Foz Do Iguaçu, PR, Brasil, 13 a 18 De Abril De 2013, 9209–9215. INPE, 2013. http://www.dsr.inpe.br.

1Land Change
Baguette, M., A. Lalanne, N. Machon, S. Mobaied and B. Riera. The use of diachronic spatial approaches and predictive modeling to study the vegetation dynamics of a managed heathland.
Biodiversity and Conservation20, 1 (2011): 73-88.

Davalos, L.M., A.C. Bejarano, M.A. Hall, H.L. Correa, A. Corthals, and O.J. Espejo. "Forests and drugs: Coca-driven deforestation in tropical biodiversity hotspots."  Environmental Science & Technology, doi: 10.1021/es102373d.

Eastman, J. Ronald, Luis Solorzano and Megan Van Fossen. "Transition Potential Modeling for Land-Cover Change." In GIS, Spatial Analysis and Modeling, edited by David J. Maguire, Michael batty and Michael F. Goodchild, Redlands, CA: ESRI Press, (2005): 357-385.

Fuller, D.O., M.S. Parenti, A. M. Gad, and J.C. Beier. Land cover in Upper Egypt assessed using regional and global land-cover products derived from MODIS imagery. Remote Sensing Letters, vol 3, no. 2 (2012): 171-180.

Harris, N. L, S. Petrova, F. Stolle, and S. Brown. “Identifying optimal areas for REDD intervention: East Kalimantan, Indonesia as a case study.” Environmental Research Letters 3, no 3 (July 10, 2008): 035006. http://stacks.iop.org.

Laurance, William F., Ana K. M. Albernaz,  Götz  Schroth, Philip M. Fearnside, Scott Bergen,  Eduardo M. Venticinque, and Carlos Da Costa. “Predictors of deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon.” Journal of Biogeography 29, no. 5-6 (2002): 737-748.

McConnell, William J., Sean P. Sweeney, and Bradley Mulley. “Physical and social access to land: spatio-temporal patterns of agricultural expansion in Madagascar.” Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 101, no. 2-3 (2004): 171-184.

Michalski, F., C. Peres and I. Lake. "Deforestation dynamics in a fragmented region of southern Amazonia: evaluation and future scenarios." Environmental Conservation 35, no. 2 (2008): 93-103.

Oldak, A. “Geographical Information System Techniques in Land Use Assessment within Landscape Types in Eastern Poland.” Land Degradation and Rehabilitation 3 (1992): 181-194.

Oldak, Anna. "The attempt of using GIS for analysis in chosen features of the environment.” In Post Conference Materials Ecological Principles of Agriculture Production. 1992.

Oldak, Anna. "Possibility of Landscape Visual Assessment in GIS" In: GEA, ed.  Department of Environmental Protection of Plock Voivodeship, Institute of Physical Geography, Mazovian Research Station of Fac. Of Geography and Regional. 1992.

Perakis, K. Regionalized Linear Regression Applied to the Study of Changes of Land Utilization in the Department of Magnesia, (Central Greece) during the Last Decade. Photo Interpretation 3-4, (1999): 37-84.

Pontius, Jr., R. G. and M. Millones. "Death to Kappa: birth of quantity disagreement and allocation disagreement for accuracy assessment." International Journal of Remote Sensing: in press (2011).

Schulz. J.J., L. Cayuela, C. Echevarria, J. Salas, and J.M.R. Benayas. "Monitoring land cover change of the dryland forest landscape of Central Chile (1975-2008)." Applied Geography 30, Issue 3 (July 2010): 436-447.

Vaclavik, Tomas and J. Rogan. "Identifying Trends in Land Use/Land Cover Changes in the Context of Post-Socialist Transformation in Central Europe: A Case Study of the Greater Olomouc Region, Czech Republic." GIScience & Remote Sensing 46, no. 1 (2009): 1-23.

1Land Change Modeler

Aguejdad, Rahim and Thomas Houet. “Modeling the Urban Sprawl Using Land Change Modeler on a French Metropolitan Area (Rennes): Forsee the Unpredictable”. Symposium “Spatial Landscape Modelling; From Dynamic Approaches to Functional Evaluations”. Toulouse, France. June 3-5 2008.

Areendran, G., K. Raj, S. Mazumdar, K. Puri, B. Shah, R. Mukerjee, and K. Medhi. “Modelling REDD+ Baselines Using Mapping Technologies: A Pilot Study fromBalpakram-Baghmara Landscape (BBL) in Meghalaya, India.” International Journal of Geoinformatics 9, no. 1 (2013): 61–71.

Centro de Conservación, Investigación y Manejo de Areas Naturales. Cordillera Azul National Park REDD Project, Peru. 2012. https://vcsprojectdatabase2.apx.com.

Dean, A. and A. Salim. "Technical background material, Kalimantan InVest and LCM modeling." Heart of Borneo: Investing in nature for a green economy. WWF HoB Global Initiative. 2012. http://www.hobgreeneconomy.org.

Eckert, Sandra, Harifidy Rakoto Ratsimba, Lovanirina Olivia Rakotondrasoa, Lalanirina Gabrielle Rajoelison, and Albrecht Ehrensperger. “Deforestation and Forest Degradation Monitoring and Assessment of Biomass and Carbon Stock of Lowland Rainforest in the Analanjirofo Region, Madagascar.” Forest Ecology and Management 262, no. 11 (December 2011): 1996–2007.

Ecosystem Services LLC. ADPML Portel-Para REDD Project. 2013. https://vcsprojectdatabase2.apx.com.

Ecosystem Services LLC. RMDLT Portel-Para REDD Project. 2013. https://vcsprojectdatabase2.apx.com.

Fuller, Douglas O, Martin Hardiono, and Erik Meijaard. Deforestation projections for carbon-rich peat swamp forests of central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Environmental Management. 2011. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov.

Fuller, D.O., Parenti, M., Hassan, A. N., and J. C. Beier. “Linking land cover and species distribution models to project potential ranges of malaria vectors: an example using anopheles arabiensis in Sudan and Upper Egypt.” Malaria Journal 11, no. 1 (2012): 264. http://www.malariajournal.com.

Guidolini, Janaína Ferreira, Leonardo Batista Pedroso, and Marcus Vinícius Neves Araújo. “Análise Temporal Do Uso e Ocupação Do Solo Na Microbacia Do Ribeirão Do Feijão, Município De São Carlos - SP, Entre Os Anos De 2005 e 2011.” In Anais XVI Simpósio Brasileiro De Sensoriamento Remoto - SBSR, Foz Do Iguaçu, PR, Brasil, 13 a 18 De Abril De 2013, 4503–4509. INPE, 2013. http://www.dsr.inpe.br.

Jiang, Ziying. “The Road Extension Model in the Land Change Modeler for Ecological Sustainability of IDRISI.” 15th ACM International Symposium on Advances in Geographic Information Systems, Seattle, WA. Nov. 7-9, 2007.

Khoi, D.D., and Y. Murayama. "Modeling deforestation using a neural network-Markov model." In Spatial Analysis and Modeling in Geographical Transformation Process: GIS-based Applications, eds. Y. Murayama and R. B. Thapa, New York, Springer. (2011): 169-192.

Kim, Oh Seok. “An Assessment of Deforestation Models for Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation (REDD).” Transactions in GIS 14, no. 5 (October 2010): 631-654.

Paegelow, Martin and Maria Teresa Camacho Olmedo, eds. Modelling Environmental Dynamics. Springer-Verlag: Berlin, 2008.

Saha, G.C., S.S. Paul, J. Li, F. Hirshfield, and J. Sui. “Investigation of Land-Use Change and Groundwater – Surface Water Interaction in the Kiskatinaw River Watershed , Northeastern British Columbia ( Parts of NTS.” Geoscience BC Summary of Activities 2012, Geoscience BC, Report 2013-1 (2013): 139–148. http://www.geosciencebc.com.

Sangermano, F., J.R. Eastman, and H. Zhu. "Similarity weighted instance based learning for the generation of transition potentials in land change modeling." Transactions in GIS 14, 5 (2010): 569-580.

Sangermano, F., Toledano, J., Eastman, J.R. Land cover change in the Bolivian Amazon and its implications for REDD+ and endemic biodiversity. Landscape Ecology vol. 27, no. 4 (2012): 571-584. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10980-012-9710-y.

Siqueira, Renato Farias do Valle Junior Hygor Evangelista, Janaína Guidolini Ferreira, Vera Lucia Abdala, and Mauro Ferreira Machado. “DIAGNÓSTICO DE MUDANÇAS E PERSISTÊNCIA DE OCUPAÇÃO DO SOLO ENTRE 1978 E 2011 NO IFTM-CAMPUS UBERABA, UTILIZANDO O ‘LAND CHANGE MODELER(LCM)’.” ENCICLOPÉDIA BIOSFERA 8, no. 15 (2012): 672–681. http://www.conhecer.org.br.

Toledano, James, J. Ronald Eastman, Florencia Sangermano, Tim Killeen. “Conserving Bolivia's Critical Resources:  GIS Helps Gauge Land Change Effects on the Nation's Endemic Biodiversity.” In GIS Best Practices- Forest Carbon Management, ESRI Press, (December, 2009): 21-25.

van Paddenburg, A., A. M. Bassi, E. Butler, C.E. Cosslett, and A. Dean. 2012. Heart of Borneo: Investing in nature for a green economy. WWF HoB Global Initiative. www.hobgreeneconomy.org

Viana, Helder, José Aranha, Centro De Estudos, Tecnologias Saúde, and Quinta Alagoa. "Assessing Multi-temporal Land Cover Changes in the Mata Nacional Da Peneda Geres National Park ( 1995 and 2009), Portugal - a Land Change Modeler Approach for Landscape Spatial Patterns Modelling and Structural Evaluation." In Forest Landscapes and Global Change-New Frontiers in Management, Conservation, and Restoration: Proceedings of the IUFRO Landscape Ecology Working Group International Conference, September 21-27, 2010., edited by and M.A. Pinto J.C. Azevedo, M. Feliciano, J. Castro, (2010): 437–442.      

Wakode, Hemant Balwant, Klaus Baier, Ramakar Jha, and Raffig Azzam. “Analysis of Urban Growth Using Landsat TM/ETM Data and GIS—a Case Study of Hyderabad, India.” Arabian Journal of Geosciences (January 2013).

1Time Series

Anyamba, Assaf and J. Ronald Eastman. “Interannual Variability of NDVI over Africa and its relation to El Nino/Southern Oscillation.” International Journal of Remote Sensing 17, no. 13 (1996): 2533-2548. 

Anyamba, Assaf, J. Ronald Eastman, and Michele Fulk. “NDVI Time Image Series as an Indicator of Climate Variability.” In ACSM/ASPRS Annual Convention & Exposition Technical Papers 3, (1995): 714-723.

Eastman, J. Ronald, Assaf Anyamba, and Mahadevan Ramachandran. “The Spatial Manifestation of ENSO Warm Phase Events in Southern Africa.” In Conference Proceedings: RS & GIS in Environmental & Natural Resources Assessment in Africa,  (1996): 269-281.

Eastman, J. Ronald, and Michele Fulk. “Long Sequence Time Series Evaluation Using Standardized Principal Components.” PE&RS 59, no. 6 (1993): 991-996.

Eastman, J. Ronald and Michele Fulk. “Time Series Analysis of Remotely Sensed Data Using Standardized Principal Components.” In Proceedings: 25th International Symposium Remote Sensing and Global Environmental Change 1, (1993): 485-496.

Eastman, J. Ronald, and James Toledano. “Forest Monitoring in Malawi Using Long Time Series Vegetation Data,” Earth Observation Magazine, (1996): 28-31.

Hastings, David A. “Global Change Database on Compact Disks and Cassette.” Global Change Newsletter 12 (1992): 10-11.

Nawa, K. “Drought monitoring in Zambia using Meteosat and AVHRR data.” In Proceedings: 28th International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment, (2000): 19-22.

1Reviews

Anonymous. “Idrisi.” Global Resource Information Database News 2, no. 1 (1989): 11.

Anonymous. “New Software from Clark Geographers Hits the World Circuit.” Clark News. 13, no. 4 (1990): 1-8.

Anonymous. “Computers and Mining.” In Report: Gibbs Associates 8, no 1. 1992. 

Anonymous. “Geographic Analysis Software,” Coal Magazine, (May 1992): 60. 

Anonymous. Computer Software Review: Idrisi. AIN&WASTE 43 (1993): 915. 

Anonymous. Review “Where IDRISI is Going.” GIS-L, May, 1993.

Anonymous. “Business Bits in Bytes,” GIS World, (Sept. 1993): 73.

Anonymous. Review of IDRISI 4.0. GIS Europe, (Dec. 199): 36-37. 

Anonymous. “IDRISI Project.” Journal of Forestry 94, no. 6 (1996): 42-43. 

Binford, M.W. “Clark Labs' Idrisi32. First Impressions Review.” GeoInfo Systems (2000) .

Carstensen, Laurence W. Jr. “GIS at VPI Balances Liberal Arts and Technical Skills,” GIS World, (August 1991): 122-124. 

Cartwright, John. C. “IDRISI-Spatial Analysis at a Modest Price,” GIS World, (Dec. 1991): 96-99. 

Colville, David, and Roger Mosher. “Nova Scotia School Stresses GIS Programming,” GIS World, (October 1991): 120. 

Dempsey, James. “Map Effort Goes Beyond Classroom; Geography Software can Work to Save Lives.” Worcester Telegram, sec B1. September 24, 1993.

Fisher, P.F. “Geographical Information systems software for Teaching.” Journal of Geography in Higher Education 13, no. 1 (1989): 69-80.

Foresman, Timothy W. “IDRISI Offers GIS Simplicity to Government Agencies,” GIS World, (Jan. 1993): 18-19. www.imagingnotes.com.

GIS World. “Clark University, IDRISI Project,” GIS World, (March 1992): 42.
 
Gould, Michael. “Spain's GIS Education Centres Prospering,” GIS Europe, (March 1992): 14-16. 

Green, David R. Remote sensing with IDRISI Taiga:  A beginner's guide, by Timothy A. Warner and David J., International Journal of Remote Sensing, 32:22 (20 November 2011): 7901-7902. DOI: 10.1080/01431161.2010.516721

Harmon, Debbie. “Quick Take Reviews: Idrisi32 Release 2,” GEOWorld, (March 2002): 50-51.  

Kimerling, Jon. A., and Barbara Buttenfield. “Idrisi.” American Cartographer 16, no. 2 (1989): 138-141. 

Lee, Jay. “Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing Software Review. IDRISI Revision 4.0.” PE&RS (1992): 1-9. 

Lee, Jay. Software Review, IDRISI 4.0. PE&RS (1993): 949-952. 

Limp, W.F. “RESPECT! Raster GIS packages finally receive well-deserved recognition,” GEOWorld, May 2000. 

Lucena, Ivan. “Clark Labs Releases Idrisi32,” Earth Observation Magazine, (February 2002): 33-35. 

Parent, Phil. “GIS in Higher Education,” GIS World, (March 1990): 78-79.

Parent, Phil. “Building a GIS Laboratory Program,” GIS World, (Feb. 1991): 128-131. 

Perkins, Philip. “Idrisi, A Geographic Information System.” Craft: The Newsletter of the CTI Centre for History with Archaeology and Art History, no. 4 (1991): 20-22, 26-28. 

Perkins, Philip. “Software Review: Idrisi (part 2).” Craft: The Newsletter of the CTI Centre for History with Archaeology and Art History, no. 5 (1992): 26-28. 

Rossiter, David G. “Alidris.” ALES Newsletter, no. 3 (1991): 7. 

Simonovic, Slobodan P. “The Decision is Clear with Clark Labs' Idrisi32 Release 2. First Impressions Review,” Geospatial Solutions, May 2002. 

Spencer, Clyde. “Review of the Raster GIS, IDRISI Version.” NCR Observer: ASPRS Northern California Region Newsletter 7, no. 2 (1994): 4-5. 

Thomson, Lee. “Idrisi.” Meridian, no. 5 (1990): 75-76.

Waters, Nigel. “Accolades for Four of the Best GIS Packages,” GIS World, (Dec. 1991): 110.

 

 

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