Annemarie Schneider, Ph.D.

2006 Boston University, Boston, MA, United States 
Geography, Remote Sensing
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Curtis E. Woodcock grad student 2006 Boston University
 (Urban growth as a component of global change.)
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Huang X, Schneider A, Friedl MA. (2016) Mapping sub-pixel urban expansion in China using MODIS and DMSP/OLS nighttime lights Remote Sensing of Environment. 175: 92-108
Schneider A, Mertes CM, Tatem AJ, et al. (2015) A new urban landscape in East-Southeast Asia, 2000-2010 Environmental Research Letters. 10
Kontgis C, Schneider A, Ozdogan M. (2015) Mapping rice paddy extent and intensification in the Vietnamese Mekong River Delta with dense time stacks of Landsat data Remote Sensing of Environment. 169: 255-269
Mertes CM, Schneider A, Sulla-Menashe D, et al. (2015) Detecting change in urban areas at continental scales with MODIS data Remote Sensing of Environment. 158: 331-347
Schneider A, Chang C, Paulsen K. (2015) The changing spatial form of cities in Western China Landscape and Urban Planning. 135: 40-61
Kennedy RE, Andréfouët S, Cohen WB, et al. (2014) Bringing an ecological view of change to landsat-based remote sensing Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 12: 339-346
Kontgis C, Schneider A, Fox J, et al. (2014) Monitoring peri-urbanization in the greater Ho Chi Minh City metropolitan area Applied Geography. 53: 377-388
Schneider A, Logan KE, Kucharik CJ. (2012) Impacts of Urbanization on Ecosystem Goods and Services in the U.S. Corn Belt Ecosystems. 15: 519-541
Curtis KJ, Schneider A. (2011) Understanding the demographic implications of climate change: Estimates of localized population predictions under future scenarios of sea-level rise Population and Environment. 33: 28-54
Schneider A, Friedl MA, Potere D. (2010) Mapping global urban areas using MODIS 500-m data: New methods and datasets based on 'urban ecoregions' Remote Sensing of Environment. 114: 1733-1746
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