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Environmental Sciences Publications 2014

Annually the federal Environmental Science researchers at EPA Las Vegas publish between 20-35 refereed journal articles and 5-10 peer-reviewed book chapters. Through its extramural programs, EPA funds research undertaken in the private sector. As a result, the scientific community, at-large, is provided with extensive, current research information. A bibliography of EPA's most recent Environmental Sciences publications is listed below.

PUBLICATIONS

           2014 | 20132012 |
           2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008200720062005200420032002 | 2001 | 2000 |
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Iiames, J., R. Lunetta, and R. Congalton. Analyst Variation Associated with Landcover Image Classification of Landsat ETM+ Data for the Assessment of Coarse Spatial Resolution Regional/Global Landcover Products. ( TIP # ORD-005215, journal article) Sophie Hockley (ed.), Giscience and Remote Sensing. V H Winston & Sons Incorporated, Columbia, MD, 50(6):604-622, (2014). Published 5/27/14.

Jones-Lepp, T. Four Fish kills Spanning 2011 – 2013 in the Red River Watershed Beaver Creek to Lake Texoma, OK. (Tip # ORD-007586, Published Report) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-14/057, 2014.  Published on 4/21/14.

Verkerke, J., D. Williams, and E. Thoma. Remote Sensing Detection of Carbon Dioxide Leakage from Geologic Sequestration Projects. (TIP # ORD-005063, Journal Article) Photogrammetric  Engineering and Remote Sensing. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bethesda, MD, 31:67-77, (2014). Published on 4/14/14.

Marks, W., J. Iiames, R. Lunetta, S. Khorram, and T. Mace. Basal Area and Biomass Estimates of Loblolly Pine Stands Using L-Band UAVSAR. (TIP # ORD-003217, Journal Article) Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing.  American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bethesda, MD, 80(1):33-42, (2014).  Published on 3/13/14.

Heenan, J., A. Porter, D. Ntarlagiannis, L. Yong, D. Werkema, and L. Slater. Sensitivity of the Spectral Induced Polarization Method to Microbial Enhanced OilRecovery (MEOR) processes. (TIP # ORD-004847, Journal Article) GEOPHYSICS. Society of Exploration Geophysicists, 78(0):261-269, (2014).  Published 2/25/14.

Hogan, D., T. Jarnagin, J. Loperfido, and D K. Van Ness. Mitigating the Effects of Landscape Development on Streams in Urbanizing Watersheds. (TIP # ORD-002127, Journal Article) Joural of the American Water Resources Association. American Water Resources Association, Middleburg, VA, 50(1):163-178, (2014).  Published 2/11/14.

Iiames, J. and R. Lunetta. Classification and Accuracy Assessment for Coarse Resolution Mapping within the Great Lakes Basin, USA. (TIP # ORD-000104, Journal article) 0 N/A (ed.), Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bethesda, MD, 79(11):1015-1026, (2014). Published 2/10/14.

Kilaru, Vasu. Air Sensors: Big Data, Big Dreams. (TIP # ORD-006066 Journal article)Lisa Bucher (ed.), Environmental Manager. Air & Waste Management Association, Pittsburgh, PA, 0(0):16-19, (2014). Published 2/6/14.

Yuan, Y., E. Mbonimpa, M. Nash, and M. Mehaffey. Sediment and Total Phosphorous Contributors in Rock River Watershed. (TIP # ORD-003346, Journal Article) Journal of Environmental Management. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 133(0):214-221, (2014). Published 2/4/14.

Boykin, K., S. Schrader, R. Guy, W. Kepner, A. Ernst, A. el Sadek, and W. Yee. San Pedro River Basin Data Browser (http://fws-case-12.nmsu.edu/SanPedro/). New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, EPA/600/C-14/047, 2014. published 2/4/2014.

Yuan, Y., E. Sanders, and T. Wang. Sustainability Metrics Associated with the Built Environment: Concept to Application. ( TIP # ORD-007106, Internal Report) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/X-13/356.

Paci, L. and A. Gelfand. Spatio-Temporal Modeling For Real-Time Ozone Forecasting. (TIP # ORD-002453, journal artile) Spatial Statistics. Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, Uk, 4(0):79-93, (2014). Published on 1/22/14.

Pitchford, A., J. Christensen, D. Chaloud, M. Nash, and R. Snell. Identifying and Characterizing Small Waterbodies.(TIP # ORD-006166, Report)  U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/X-13/266.  Published 1/15/14.

Marks, W., J. Iiames, R. Lunetta, S. Khorram, and T. Mace. Basal Area and Biomass Estimates of Loblolly Pine Stands using L–Band UAVSAR. (TIP # ORD-004693, journal article)  PHOTOGRAMMETRIC ENGINEERING AND REMOTE SENSING. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bethesda, MD, 80(1):33-42, (2013).  Published on 1/13/14.

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