Emily K. Schnebele, Ph.D.

2013 Earth Systems and Geoinformation Sciences George Mason University, Washington, DC 
Geography, Remote Sensing, Information Science
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Guido Cervone grad student 2013 George Mason
 (Fusion of Remote Sensing and Non-authoritative Data for Flood Disaster and Transportation Infrastructure Assessment.)
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Cervone G, Sava E, Huang Q, et al. (2016) Using Twitter for tasking remote-sensing data collection and damage assessment: 2013 Boulder flood case study International Journal of Remote Sensing. 37: 100-124
Schnebele E, Tanyu BF, Cervone G, et al. (2015) Review of remote sensing methodologies for pavement management and assessment European Transport Research Review. 7
Schnebele E, Cervone G, Waters N. (2014) Road assessment after flood events using non-authoritative data Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 14: 1007-1015
Schnebele E, Cervone G, Kumar S, et al. (2014) Real time estimation of the calgary floods using limited remote sensing data Water (Switzerland). 6: 381-398
Schnebele E, Cervone G. (2013) Improving remote sensing flood assessment using volunteered geographical data Natural Hazards and Earth System Science. 13: 669-677
Schnebele E, Cervone G, Waters N. (2013) Initial validation of non-authoritative data for road assessment Sigspatial Special. 5: 2-7
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