- Professional Masters Degree, Environmental Monitoring [Info pdf]
- MS and PhD, Environmental Monitoring [Info pdf]
|Dissertations (PhDs) from former Monitoring Program
- Rooney, Daniel J. (2006). Evaluation of Advanced Miniature Penetrometers for Soil Property Assessment. [abstract]
- Podger, Nancy E. (2004). Classification, change-detection and accuracy assessment: Toward fuller automation. [abstract]
- Ahl, Douglas E. (2002). Aggregation effects of remotely sensed vegetation parameters on models of net primary productivity in Northern Wisconsin. [abstract]
- Cardille, Jeff A. (2002). Characterizing patterns of agricultural land use in Amazonia by merging satellite imagery and census data. [abstract]
- Wood, Eric C. (2002). Modeling and characterizing agricultural expansion: a case study in Senegal, West Africa. [abstract]
- Chipman, Jonathan W. (2001). Topographic mapping of forested areas in the western Great Lakes region using spaceborne synthetic aperture radar interferometry. [abstract]
- McCormick, Ronald J. (2001). Meso-scale wildfire modeling using artificial neural networks. [abstract]
- Pope, Paul A. (2001). Development of a method to geographically register airborne scanner imagery through parametric modeling with image-to-image matching. [abstract]
- Divakarla, Murty G. (1997). Estimating spatially distributed surface fluxes from satellite data, in-situ measurements and the Cupid Model.
- Mohamed, Mohamed A. (1997). Use of spatial information technologies to delineate and model indigenous tenure concepts.
- Wynne, Randolph H. (1995). Satellite monitoring of lake ice breakup on the Laurentian Shield as a robust climate indicator.
- Bolstad, Paul V. (1990). The integration of remote sensing, geographic information system, and expert system technologies for landcover classification.
- Best, Robert G. (1988). Use of satellite data for monitoring parameters related to the food habits and physical condition of Canada geese in Wisconsin during spring migration.
- Buchheim, Martin P. (1988). Non-traditional approaches to classification of high resolution satellite imagery in a microcomputer environment.
- Lathrop, Richard G. (1988). The integration of remote sensing and geographic information systems for Great Lakes water quality monitoring.
- Maclean, Gordon A. (1988). Estimation of foliar and wood biomass using an airborne Lidar system.
- Wessman, Carol A. (1987). Estimating key forest ecosystem parameters through remote sensing.
- Ahearn, Sean C. (1986). Toward an expert system for the analysis of high resolution satellite imagery.
- Morris-Jones, Donald R. (1985). Application of remote sensing and computer geographic information technology to estimating soil erosion potential.
- Bagheri, Sima (1984). Utilization and application of Landsat CCTs (Computer Compatible Tapes) in the detection of lineaments in the South central Alborz Mountains in Northern Iran.
- Lo, Hoi C. (1984). Multitemporal analysis of Landsat data for agricultural land use.
- Quirk, Bruce K. (1981). Comparison of land cover maps prepared by common remote sensing methods.
- Townsend, Frederick E. (1981). Feature extraction and Planimetric mapping by computer processing of digital stereopairs.
- Mace, Thomas H. (1980). Microdensitometric analysis of aerial photographic imagery for detailed soils mapping.
- Wynn, Sarah L. (1979). A comparison of data collection and analysis methods used to monitor impacts over time in a severely disturbed wetland.