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Quantitative assessment of the relationship between land use/land cover (LULC), topographic elevation and land surface temperature (LST) in Ilorin, NigeriaElijah A. Njoku, David E. Tenenbaum
(2022) Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment, 27
The accuracy of drainage network delineation as a function of environmental factors : A case study in Central and Northern SwedenYanzi Yan, William Lidberg, David E. Tenenbaum, Petter Pilesjö
(2020) Hydrological Processes, 34 p.5489-5504
Large-Scale Retrieval of Coloured Dissolved Organic Matter in Northern Lakes Using Sentinel-2 DataEnass Said. Al-kharusi, David E. Tenenbaum, Abdulhakim M. Abdi, Tiit Kutser, Jan Karlsson, et al.
(2020) Remote Sensing, 12 p.157-157
Data for assessment of leached dissolved organic carbon in watershedsFabien Rizinjirabake, Petter Pilesjö, David E. Tenenbaum
(2020) Data in Brief, 32
Sources of soil dissolved organic carbon in a mixed agricultural and forested watershed in RwandaFabien Rizinjirabake, David Tenenbaum, Petter Pilesjö
(2019) Catena, 181
Dissolved organic carbon leaching flux in a mixed agriculture and forest watershed in RwandaFabien Rizinjirabake, Petter Pilesjö, David E. Tenenbaum
(2019) Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, 26
Data for assessment of soil water extractable and percolation water dissolved organic carbon in watershedsFabien Rizinjirabake, David E. Tenenbaum, Petter Pilesjö
(2019) Data in Brief, 27
Riverine dissolved organic carbon in Rukarara River Watershed, RwandaFabien Rizinjirabake, Abdulhakim M. Abdi, David E. Tenenbaum, Petter Pilesjö
(2018) Science of the Total Environment, 643 p.793-806
Patchy field sampling biases understanding of climate change impacts across the ArcticDaniel B. Metcalfe, Thirze D.G. Hermans, Jenny Ahlstrand, Michael Becker, Martin Berggren, et al.
(2018) Nature Ecology and Evolution, 2 p.1443-1448
Mapping conservation priorities in alpine and subartctic Swedish lakes affected by rapid climate changeEnass Said Al-Kharusi, David E. Tenenbaum, Tiit Kutser, Jan Karlsson, Ann-Kristin Bergström, et al.
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Data for dynamics analysis of riverine dissolved organic carbon in Rukarara watershed, RwandaFabien Rizinjirabake, Abdulhakim M. Abdi, David E. Tenenbaum, Petter Pilesjö
(2018) Data in Brief, 20 p.1252-1255
Examining the NDVI-rainfall relationship in the semi-arid Sahel using geographically weighted regressionStefanos Georganos, Abdulhakim M. Abdi, David E. Tenenbaum, Stamatis Kalogirou
(2017) Journal of Arid Environments , p.64-74
Evaluating Water Controls on Vegetation Growth in the Semi-Arid Sahel Using Field and Earth Observation DataAbdulhakim Abdi, Niklas Boke-Olén, David Tenenbaum, Torbern Tagesson, Bernard Cappelaere, et al.
(2017) Remote Sensing, 9
The supply and demand of net primary production in the SahelHakim Abdi, Jonathan Seaquist, David Tenenbaum, Lars Eklundh, Jonas Ardö
(2014) Environmental Research Letters, 9 p.11-094003
Some strategic national initiatives for the Swedish education in the geodata fieldLars Harrie, Karin Larsson, David Tenenbaum, Hanna Ridefeldt, Gunnar Lysell, et al.
(2014) Proceedings of the AGILE'2014 International Conference on Geographic Information Science
Application of geographic information technologies to historical landscape reconstruction and military terrain analysis of an American Revolution Battlefield: Preservation potential of historic lands in urbanized settings, Boston, Massachusetts, USAChristopher V. Maio, David Tenenbaum, Craig J. Brown, Victor T. Mastone, Allen M. Gontz
(2013) Journal of Cultural Heritage, 14 p.317-331
A multi-scale hydroclimatic analysis of runoff generation in the Athabasca River, western CanadaDaniel L. Peters, David Atkinson, Wendy A. Monk, David Tenenbaum, Donald J. Baird
(2013) Hydrological Processes, 27 p.1915-1934
A preliminary analysis of the supply and demand of net primary production in the semi-arid SahelHakim Abdi, Jonas Ardö, Jonathan Seaquist, Lars Eklundh, David Tenenbaum
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