Lahouari Bounoua

Dr.
Department: 
Biospheric Sciences Branch
Institution: 
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Phone number: 
(301) 614-6631
Fax number: 
(301) 614-6695
Address: Code 618 8800 Greenbelt Road Greenbelt MD United States 20771

Other Papers And Presentations (Second Author)

Type Year Title
Publications 2010 Bounoua, L., F. G. Hall, P. J. Sellers, A. Kumar, G. J. Collatz, C. J. Tucker, and M. L. Imhoff (2010), Quantifying the negative feedback of vegetation to greenhouse warming: A modeling approach, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L23701, doi:10.1029/2010GL045338
Publications 2010 Zhang P., M.L. Imhoff, R. E. Wolfe, and L. Bounoua, 2010: Characterizing Urban Heat Islands of Global Settlements Using MODIS and Nighttime Lights Products, accepted for publication in the Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing.
Publications 2010 Imhoff M.L, P. Zhang, R. E. Wolfe and L. Bounoua 2010: Remote sensing of the urban heat island effect across biomes in the continental USA, RSE 114, 504–513.
Publications 2009 Bounoua L, A. Safia, J. Masek, C. Peters-Lidard, and M. L. Imhoff, 2009: Impact of urban growth on surface climate: A case study in Oran, Algeria. Journal of pplied Meteorology and Climatology, Volume 48, 217-231 DOI: 0.1175/2008JAMC2044.1
Publications 2007 Gray Wave of the Great Transformation Marc L. Imhoff, Lahouari Bounoua, and Marshall Shepherd, 2007 In ‘Our changing Planet’, NASA - Cambridge niversity Press, M. King, Editor.
Publications 2006 Bounoua L, J. Masek J and Y. M. Tourre, 2006: Sensitivity of surface climate to land surface parameters: A case study using the simple biosphere model SiB2. J.G.R – Atmospheres, 111, Article D22S09.
Publications 2006 Imhoff ML, Bounoua L, 2006: Exploring global patterns of net primary oduction carbon supply and demand using satellite observations and tatistical data. J . Geoph. Res. – Atmospheres, 111, Article D22S12.