Storms, Forms, and Complexity of the Urban Canopy: How Land Use, Settlement Patterns, and the Shapes of Cities Influence Severe Weather

Start Date: 
01/01/2013
End Date: 
01/01/2016
Grant Number: 
ROSES-2010 NNH11ZDA001N-IDS

Project Documents

Year Title Team Type
2017 Krehbiel, C.; Zhang, X.; Henebry, G.M. Impacts of Thermal Time on Land Surface Phenology in Urban Areas. Remote Sens. 2017, 9, 499. Geoffrey Henebry Publications
2017 Kingfield, D. M., K. M. Calhoun, and K. M. Beurs. "Antenna Structures and Cloud‐to‐Ground Lightning Location: 1995‐2015." Geophysical Research Letters (2017). Kirsten De Beurs Publications
2016 Krehbiel CP, GM Henebry. 2016. A Comparison of Multiple Datasets for Monitoring Thermal Time in Urban Areas over the U.S. Upper Midwest. Remote Sensing 8:297. Geoffrey Henebry Publications
2016 Krehbiel, C.P., Jackson, T. and Henebry, G.M., 2016. Web-Enabled Landsat Data time series for monitoring urban heat island impacts on land surface phenology. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 9(5), pp.2043-2050. Geoffrey Henebry Publications
2015 Walker, J. J., de Beurs, K. M., & Henebry, G. M. (2015). Land surface phenology along urban to rural gradients in the US Great Plains. Remote Sensing of Environment, 165, 42-52. Geoffrey Henebry
Kirsten De Beurs
Publications
2015 Third Progress Report (2014-2015) for NASA IDS Project: Storms, Forms, and Complexity of the Urban Canopy: How Land Use, Settlement Patterns, and the Shapes of Cities Influence Severe Weather Annual Progress Report
2013 Storms, Forms, and Complexity of the Urban Canopy: How Land Use, Settlement Patterns, and the Shapes of Cities Influence Severe Weather Poster Presentation