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Nature and Peace in Northern Uganda: using satellite data to assess environmental change in conflict and post-conflict areasMicael Runnström, Maria Andrea Nardi
Promoting Geospatial Methods: Introduction into International Educational Courses in Environmental Protection and Disaster Risk ManagementA Mansourian, Petter Pilesjö, Micael Runnström, Roger Groth, Jorge Rocha, et al.
Image analysis to monitor experimental trampling and vegetation recovery in Icelandic plant communitiesMicael C. Runnström, Rannveig Ólafsdóttir, Jan Blanke, Bastian Berlin
(2019) Environments - MDPI, 6
Nature of Peace: An Interdisciplinary Enquiry into Research at the Intersection of Nature, Peace and Post-ConflictMaria Andrea Nardi, Torsten Krause, Lina Eklund, Maria Ericson, Alejandro Fuentes, et al.
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Features of the international MSC educational programme in environmental management and modellingPetter Pilesjo, Ali Mansourian, Micael Runnstrom, Roger Groth, Alexandre Goncalves, et al.
(2018) Geodesy and Cartography, 44 p.134-139
Purism scale approach for wilderness mapping in IcelandRannveig Ólafsdóttir, Anna Dóra Sæþórsdóttir, Micael Runnström
(2016) Mapping Wilderness: Concepts, Techniques and Applications , p.157-176
Applying the theory of planned behavior to explain geospatial data sharing for urban planning and management : Cases from urban centers in TanzaniaAlex Lubida, Petter Pilesjö, Margareta Espling, Micael Runnström
(2015) African Geographical Review, 34 p.165-181
Assessing hiking trails condition in two popular tourist destinations in the Icelandic highlandsRannveig Ólafsdóttir, Micael C. Runnström
(2013) Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 3-4 p.57-67
How Wild is Iceland? Wilderness Quality with Respect to Nature-based TourismRannveig Olafsdottir, Micael Runnström
(2011) Tourism Geographies, 13 p.280-298
A GIS Approach to Evaluating Ecological Sensitivity for Tourism Development in Fragile Environments. A Case Study from SE IcelandRannveig Olafsdottir, Micael Runnström
(2009) Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism, 9 p.22-38
Designing erosion management plans in Lebanon using remote sensing, GIS and decision-tree modelingRania Bou Kheir, Chadi Abdallah, Micael Runnstrom, Ulrik Martensson
(2008) Landscape and Urban Planning, 88 p.54-63
GIS-based spatial decision support system for tourismRannveig Olafsdottir, Micael Runnström
Conference paper: abstract
Association between a socio-economic variable and exposure to air pollution for high resolution census data in Scania, Sweden.Emilie Stroh, Micael Runnström, Karin Larsson
Estimation of PAR over northern China from daily NOAA AVHRR cloud cover classificationsMicael Runnström, Sara Brogaard, Lennart Olsson
(2006) Geocarto International, 21 p.51-60
Definition of landscape erosion units using a structural classification OASIS of Landsat TM satellite imageries, case study Lebanon.Rania Bou Kheir, Micael Runnström, Ulrik Mårtensson
Primary production of Inner Mongolia, China, between 1982 and 1999 estimated by a satellite data-driven light use efficiency modelSara Brogaard, Micael Runnström, Jonathan Seaquist
(2005) Global and Planetary Change, 45 p.313-332
Land degradation and mitigation in northern China. Evaluated from the biological productionMicael Runnström
Rangeland development of the Mu Us sandy land in semiarid China: An analysis using landsat and NOAA remote sensing dataMicael Runnström
(2003) Land Degradation and Development, 14 p.189-202