Iryna Dronova
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Stable classification with limited sample: Transferring a 30-m resolution sample set collected in 2015 to mapping 10-m resolution global land cover in 2017
P Gong, H Liu, M Zhang, C Li, J Wang, H Huang, N Clinton, L Ji, W Li, ...
Science Bulletin 64 (6), 370-373, 2019
Object-based analysis and change detection of major wetland cover types and their classification uncertainty during the low water period at Poyang Lake, China
I Dronova, P Gong, L Wang
Remote sensing of Environment 115 (12), 3220-3236, 2011
Object-based image analysis in wetland research: A review
I Dronova
Remote Sensing 7 (5), 6380-6413, 2015
Modeling stormwater management at the city district level in response to changes in land use and low impact development
F Kong, Y Ban, H Yin, P James, I Dronova
Environmental Modelling & Software 95, 132-142, 2017
Landscape analysis of wetland plant functional types: The effects of image segmentation scale, vegetation classes and classification methods
I Dronova, P Gong, NE Clinton, L Wang, W Fu, S Qi, Y Liu
Remote Sensing of Environment 127, 357-369, 2012
Mapping dynamic cover types in a large seasonally flooded wetland using extended principal component analysis and object-based classification
I Dronova, P Gong, L Wang, L Zhong
Remote Sensing of Environment 158, 193-206, 2015
UAVs in support of algal bloom research: A review of current applications and future opportunities
C Kislik, I Dronova, M Kelly
Drones 2 (4), 35, 2018
Energy saving potential of fragmented green spaces due to their temperature regulating ecosystem services in the summer
F Kong, C Sun, F Liu, H Yin, F Jiang, Y Pu, G Cavan, C Skelhorn, ...
Applied Energy 183, 1428-1440, 2016
A new time series vegetation–water index of phenological–hydrological trait across species and functional types for Poyang Lake wetland ecosystem
L Wang, I Dronova, P Gong, W Yang, Y Li, Q Liu
Remote Sensing of Environment 125, 49-63, 2012
Environmental heterogeneity as a bridge between ecosystem service and visual quality objectives in management, planning and design
I Dronova
Landscape and Urban Planning 163, 90-106, 2017
Observing succession on aspen-dominated landscapes using a remote sensing-ecosystem approach
KM Bergen, I Dronova
Landscape Ecology 22, 1395-1410, 2007
Spectral vegetation indices of wetland greenness: Responses to vegetation structure, composition, and spatial distribution
S Taddeo, I Dronova, N Depsky
Remote sensing of Environment 234, 111467, 2019
City-level impact of extreme temperatures and mortality in Latin America
JL Kephart, BN Sánchez, J Moore, LH Schinasi, M Bakhtsiyarava, Y Ju, ...
Nature medicine 28 (8), 1700-1705, 2022
Cooling effect of direct green façades during hot summer days: An observational study in Nanjing, China using TIR and 3DPC data
H Yin, F Kong, A Middel, I Dronova, H Xu, P James
Building and Environment 116, 195-206, 2017
Effects of seasonality, transport pathway, and spatial structure on greenhouse gas fluxes in a restored wetland
G McNicol, CS Sturtevant, SH Knox, I Dronova, DD Baldocchi, WL Silver
Global change biology 23 (7), 2768-2782, 2017
Using digital camera and Landsat imagery with eddy covariance data to model gross primary production in restored wetlands
SH Knox, I Dronova, C Sturtevant, PY Oikawa, JH Matthes, J Verfaillie, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 237, 233-245, 2017
Evaluation of a hierarchy of models reveals importance of substrate limitation for predicting carbon dioxide and methane exchange in restored wetlands
PY Oikawa, GD Jenerette, SH Knox, C Sturtevant, J Verfaillie, I Dronova, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 122 (1), 145-167, 2017
The impact of expanding flooded land area on the annual evaporation of rice
D Baldocchi, S Knox, I Dronova, J Verfaillie, P Oikawa, C Sturtevant, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 223, 181-193, 2016
Indicators of vegetation development in restored wetlands
S Taddeo, I Dronova
Ecological Indicators 94, 454-467, 2018
Integration of the WUDAPT, WRF, and ENVI-met models to simulate extreme daytime temperature mitigation strategies in San Jose, California
I McRae, F Freedman, A Rivera, X Li, J Dou, I Cruz, C Ren, I Dronova, ...
Building and Environment 184, 107180, 2020
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