Publications

  • Aldwaik, S. Z. and R. G. Pontius Jr (2012). Intensity Analysis to Unify Measurements of Size and Stationarity of Land Changes by Interval, Category, and Transition. Landscape and Urban Planning  106: 103-114.     (Click here to request a copyYou can download for free a computer program to perform the analysis from this page
  • Aldwaik, S. Z. and R. G. Pontius Jr (2013). Map errors that could account for deviations from a uniform intensity of land change. International Journal of Geographical Information Science. Vol. 27 (Issue 9) 1717-1739       (You can access suplplementary material from here)
  • Aldwaik S. Z., J. A. Onsted and R. G. Pontius Jr (2015) Behavior-Based Aggregation of Land Categories for Temporal Change Analysis. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation. Vol. 35 (Issue B) 229-238.      (You can download for free a computer program to perform the analysis from this page)  

  • Alo, C. and R. G. Pontius Jr (2008). Identifying systematic land cover transitions using remote sensing and GIS: The fate of forests inside and outside protected areas of Southwestern Ghana. Environment and Planning B 35(2): 280-295.      (Click here to request a copy)
  • Braimoh, A. (2006). Random and systematic land-cover transitions in northern Ghana. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 113: 254-263.Alo, C. and R. G. Pontius Jr (2008). Identifying systematic land cover transitions using remote sensing and GIS: The fate of forests inside and outside protected areas of Southwestern Ghana. Environment and Planning B 35(2): 280-295. 
  • Huang, J, R G Pontius Jr, Qingsheng Li and Yujia Zhang. (2012). Use of Intensity Analysis to Link Patterns with Processes of Land Change from 1986 to 2007 in a Coastal Watershed of Southeast China. Applied Geography  34: 371-384.      (Click here to request a copy)
  • Manandhar, R., I. O. A. Odeh, and R. G. Pontius Jr. (2010). Analysis of twenty years of categorical land transitions in the Lower Hunter of New South Wales, Australia. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 135: 336–346.       (Click here to request a copy)   
  • Pontius Jr, R. G., Emily Shusas and Menzie McEachern (2004). Detecting important categorical land changes while accounting for persistence. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 101(2-3): 251-268.       (Click here to request a copy)        
  • Romero-Ruiz, M. H., S. G. A. Flantua, K. Tansey and J.C Berrio (2011) Landscape transformations in savannas of northern South America: Land use/cover changes since 1987 in the Llanos Orientales of Colombia. Applied Geography 32: 766-776.
  • Shoyama, K. and A. K. Braimoh (2011). Analyzing about sixty years of land-cover change and associated landscape fragmentation in Shiretoko Peninsula, Northern Japan. Landscape and Urban Planning 101(1): 22-29.
  • Versace, V.L., D. Ierodiaconou, F. Stagnitti and A.J. Hamilton. (2008). Appraisal of random and systematic land cover transitions for regional water balance and revegetation strategies. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 123: 328–336.     
  • Villamor, G. (in review). Land -cover change in low-land tropical forest in Jambi, (Sumatra) Indonesia: Intensity of change, speed, transition and carbon emissions. Landscape Ecology.
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