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 (in review). Map errors that could account for deviations from a uniform intensity of land change. International Journal of Geographical Information Science.        (You can access suplplementary material from here)
  • Aldwaik S. Z., R. G. Pontius Jr and  J. A. Onsted (in review) Sequential Land Category Aggregations to Maintain Maximum Change Over Time. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems      (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.
Subpages (1): Supplementary Material
Comments