Greenberg, Jonathan

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Jonathan Greenberg

          Jonathan Greenberg is an Assistant Professor of Geography at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He was an Assistant Project Scientist at Department of Land, Air and Water Resources UC Davis (August 2010 to present), Postdoctoral Researcher at UC Davis. Postdoctoral Advisors: Quinn J. Hart and Susan L. Ustin.(January 2007 – August 2010), and National Research Council (NRC) Postdoctoral Research Associate at NASA Ames Research Center (January 2005 – January 2007).

Contact Information

Jonathan A. Greenberg, PhD

Assistant Professor

Department of Geography and Geographic Information Science

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

607 South Mathews Avenue, MC 150

Urbana, IL 61801

Phone: 217-300-1924

Email: jgrn(at)illinois.edu

AIM: jgrn307, MSN: jgrn307(at)hotmail.com, Gchat: jgrn307, Skype: jgrn3007

http://www.geog.illinois.edu/people/jgrn

 

Education

PhD. Ecology Graduate Group, University of California at Davis, Davis, December 2004.   Dissertation: Monitoring tropical and montane forest dynamics and structure using remote sensing.  Graduate Advisor: Susan L. Ustin

B.A. Biology (minor: Art History), cum laude, Boston University, Boston, MA, May 1996.

 

Research Interests

  • Utilizing cutting-edge sensors (Lidar, hyperspectral, and hyperspatial) and developing advanced remote sensing image analyses to produce accurate, high spatial and thematic resolution maps of vegetation state and dynamics.
  • Fusing remotely sensed vegetation data with meteorological and hydrological modeling outputs to address questions of landscape-level ecosystem dynamics under past, present and predicted future climate conditions.
  • Addressing management and conservation needs using geospatial technologies.

 

Recent Past Projects

Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta mapping project

University of California, Davis 2005 – Present

Led a team of graduate and undergraduate students to develop maps of invasive aquatic vegetation using cutting-edge hyperspectral and Lidar remote sensing analyses.  Developed and implemented research to understand the spread of invasive vegetation in the context of its local abiotic conditions.  Applied individual tree crown recognition algorithms to a fused Lidar-hyperspectral dataset to address questions of the impacts of trees and their removal on Delta levee stability and ecosystem function.  Research supervisor: Dr. Susan L. Ustin.  See publications #8, 12, 14 and 17, submitted manuscript #2 and #4, and presentations #17, 21-22, 39, 41-46, 49-59, 63-65. 

 

Ecological niche of trees in the Lake Tahoe Basin

University of California, Davis &
NASA Ames Research Center
2003 – present

Investigated the abiotic factors influencing tree distributions in the Lake Tahoe Basin by developing continuous vegetation and microclimate conditions derived from remote sensing and meteorological/ hydrological modeling.  Developed an analytical approach unique to this type of dataset to derive the potential niche (as opposed to realized niche) of conifer trees.  Conclusions suggested a highly heterogeneous set of resource limitations on trees based on their position in the landscape.  Research collaborators: Solomon Z. Dobrowski and Vern C. Vanderbilt.  See publications #7, 9-10, 15-16, submitted manuscript #1, and presentations 18-20, 23-24, 26-27, 32-38, 47, 60 and 66.

 

Individual tree crown mapping using hyperspatial remote sensing

NASA Ames Research Center &
University of California, Davis
2005 – present

Derived maps of individual tree crowns using hyperspatial remote sensing imagery and computer vision techniques.  Developed “remote sensing aware” allometric equations that predict individual tree biomass from per-tree crown area estimates derived from hyperspatial imagery.  Research supervisor: Dr. Vern C. Vanderbilt.  See publications #13 and #18, and presentations #27, 30-31, 33-34, 47 and 67. 

 

The Wieslander dataset: Using a historic dataset to test uncertainty in species distribution model projections under climate change 

University of California, Davis &
University of Montana
2007- present

Examined the uncertainties in species distribution models (SDMs) by using a historic database of vegetation distributions from the early 1900’s and climate reconstructions from this same period to construct SDMs.  SDMs constructed from the historic vegetation distributions and climate were then applied to modern climate conditions to predict modern vegetation distributions, which were then compared to actual modern vegetation distributions.  Research collaborators: Solomon Z. Dobrowski and James Thorne.  See publications #19 and 21, and submitted manuscripts #3.

 

Spatial, cultural and economic impacts on deforestation of a neotropical rainforest

University of California, Davis 2000 – 2005

Performed a decadal change detection of deforestation in the tropical rainforests of Yasuní National Park, Ecuador, using remote sensing imagery, and investigated spatial and socio-economic factors influencing the rates of forest loss.  Concluded that proximity to roads and towns significantly increases deforestation rates, and that deforestation in this park was increasing exponentially and was therefore unsustainable.  Research was cited in a letter written by a group of concerned scientists to the presidents of Ecuador and Brazil requesting that the construction of a new oil-access road through the Yasuní National Park be halted.  See publication #6 and presentations #10, 14-16.

 

Previous Career

SERVICE AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

  • Reviewed manuscripts for Remote Sensing of Environment, Biological Conservation, Computers & Graphics, and NASA (internal manuscript review).
  • Reviewed grants for NASA Research Opportunities in Space and Earth Sciences (ROSES), NASA Director’s Discretionary Fund, and the National Science Foundation Ecosystem Studies Program.
  • NASA Decadal Survey Missions Panelist, 2008.
  • Co-convener, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2008, Session B02: Remote Characterization of Vegetation Structure (with A. Smith, A. Hudak and M. Falkowski).
  • Co-convener, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2006, Session B07: Remote Characterization of Vegetation Structure (with A. Smith and L. Vierling).
  • Invited Moderator, ASPRS 2006: Prospecting for Geospatial Information Integration, Forestry IX – Canopy and Tree Characteristics.
  • Moderator, Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing Listserv (STARServ).
  • Frequent contributor to ITT Code Contribution Library (http://www.ittvis.com/codebank/)
  • Member, American Geophysical Union (since 2005).

 

PROFESSIONAL CONSULTING CLIENTS

  • University of Montana, Department of Forest Management, College of Forestry and Conservation.  2009-Present. Contact: Dr. Solomon Z. Dobrowski.
  • Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. 2009-Present. Contact: Mr. Shane Romsos.
  • University of Maryland, Department of Biology. 2009-2010. Contact: Dr. Leslie Ries.
  • Terra Global Capital, LLC. 2008. Contact: Dr. Steven DeGryze.

 

Selected Publications

Reviewed Publications

21) Crimmins, S.M., S.Z. Dobrowski, J.A. Greenberg, J.T. Abatzoglou, and A.R. Mynsberge. 2011. Changes in climatic water balance drive downhill shifts in plant species’ optimum elevations. Science 331(6015):324-327.

20) Greenberg, J.A., E.L. Hestir, D. Riano, G.J. Scheer and S.L. Ustin. 2010. Using LiDAR data analysis to estimate changes in insolation under large-scale riparian deforestation.Journal of the American Water Resources Association. Accepted pending revisions.

19) Dobrowski, S.Z., J.H. Thorne, J.A. Greenberg, H.D. Safford, A.R. Mynsberge, S.M. Crimmins, and A.K. Swanson. 2010. Modeling plant distributions over 75 years of measured climate change in California, USA: Relating temporal transferability to species traits. Ecological Monographs. In Press.

18) Santos, M.J., J.A. Greenberg and S.L. Ustin. 2010. Using hyperspectral remote sensing to detect and quantify southeastern pine senescence effects in Red-cockaded woodpecker (Picoides borealis) habitat. Remote Sensing of Environment 114: 1242-1250.

17)            Greenberg, J.A., C. Rueda, E.L. Hestir, M.J. Santos and S.L. Ustin. 2010.  Least cost distance analysis for spatial interpolation.  Computers & Geosciences.  In Press.

16) Dobrowski, S.Z., J.T. Abatzoglou, J.A. Greenberg, and G. Schladow. 2009. How much influence does landscape-scale physiography have on air temperature in a mountain environment? Agricultural and Forest Meteorology. 149: 1751-1758.

15) Greenberg, J. A., S. Z. Dobrowski, and V. C. Vanderbilt. 2009. Limitations on maximum tree density using hyperspatial remote sensing and environmental gradient analysis. Remote Sensing of Environment 113(1): 94-101.

14) Santos, M.J., E. L. Hestir, S. Khanna, M.E. Andrew, S.S. Rajapakse, J. Greenberg, M. Carlock and S.L. Ustin.  2009.  Use of hyperspectral remote sensing to evaluate efficacy of aquatic plant management in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, California. Invasive Plant Science and Management: 2(3):216-229. 

13) Smith, A.M.S., J.A. Greenberg and L.A. Vierling. 2008. Introduction to special section: the remote characterization of vegetation structure: new methods and applications to landscape-regional-global scale processes. Journal of Geophysical Research 113: 1-3.

12) Hestir, E. L., S. Khanna, M. E. Andrew, M. J. Santos, J. H. Viers, J. A. Greenberg, S. S. Rajapakse & S. L. Ustin. 2008. Identification of invasive vegetation using hyperspectral remote sensing in the California Delta ecosystem. Remote Sensing of Environment112(11): 4034-4047.

11) Malhi, R., A. Gonzales-Oliver, K. Schroeder, B. Kemp, J. Greenberg, S. Dobrowski, D. Smith, A. Resendez, T. Kararfet, M. Hammer, S. Zegura, T. Brovko. 2008. Distribution of Y chromosomes among native North Americans: a study of Athapaskan population history.American Journal of Physical Anthropology 137(4):412-424.

10) Greenberg, J.A., S.Z. Dobrowski, C.M. Ramirez, J.L. Tuil, and S.L. Ustin. 2006. A bottom-up approach to vegetation mapping of the Lake Tahoe Basin using hyperspatial image analysis.  Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 72(5): 581-589. Special issue on “Mapping from High-resolution Satellite Imagery”.

9)  Dobrowski, S. Z., J. A. Greenberg, C. M. Ramirez and S. L. Ustin.  2006. Improving image derived vegetation maps with regression based distribution modeling.  Ecological Modelling.  192(1-2): 126-142.

8)  Underwood, E., M. J. Mulitsch, J. A. Greenberg, M. L. Whiting, S. L. Ustin and S. C. Kefauver. 2006. Large scale mapping of invasive aquatic vegetation in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta using hyperspectral imagery. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment.121:47-64.

7)  Greenberg, J. A., S. Z. Dobrowski, and S. L. Ustin.  2005. Shadow allometry: estimating tree structural parameters using hyperspatial image analysis.  Remote Sensing of Environment. 97(1):15-25.

6)  Greenberg, J. A., S. C. Kefauver, H. C. Stimson, C. J. Yeaton, and S. L. Ustin. 2005. Survival analysis of a neotropical rainforest using multitemporal satellite imagery. Remote Sensing of Environment 96(2):202-211.

5)  Greenberg, J. A.  2004. Monitoring tropical and montane forest dynamics and structure using remote sensing. PhD Dissertation, Ecology Graduate Group. University of California, Davis, Davis.

4)  Roberts, D. A., S. L. Ustin, S. Ogunjemiyo, J. Greenberg, S. Z. Dobrowski, J. Chen, and T. Hinckley. 2003. Spectral and structural measures of northwest forest vegetation at leaf to landscape scales. Ecosystems 7(5):545-562.

3)  Malhi, R. S., J. A. Eshleman, J. A. Greenberg, D. A. Weiss, B. A. Schultz, B. M. Kemp, F. A. Kaestle, J. G. Lorenz, J. R. Johnson, and D. G. Smith. 2002. The Structure of Diversity within Native North American mtDNA Haplogroups:  Implications for the prehistory of North America. American Journal of Human Genetics 70:905-919.

2)  Harcourt, A. H., and J. Greenberg. 2001. Do gorilla females join males to avoid infanticide?  A quantitative model. Animal Behaviour 62:905-915.

1)   Widmaier, E.P., E.R. Gornstein, J.L. Hennessey, J.M. Bloss, J.A. Greenberg, and T.H. Kunz.  1996.  High plasma cholesterol, but low triglycerides and plaque-free arteries, in Mexican free-tailed bats.  American Journal of Physiology 271:R1101-R1106.

 

Manuscripts In Review and In Preparation

4)  Hestir, E.L., J.A. Greenberg and S.L. Ustin. 2010. Classification trees for aquatic vegetation community prediction using imaging spectroscopy. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing. Submitted.

3)  Veloz, S.D., B.L. Anacker, H. Safford, J.A. Greenberg and S.Z. Dobrowski. 2010. Using species distribution models to predict occurrences in novel areas and climates. Diversity and Distributions. Submitted.

2)  Santos, M.J., J.A. Greenberg, S. Khanna, E. Hestir and S.L. Ustin. 2010. Spread and persistence of an invaded community assessed using hyperspectral remote sensing. In preparation.

1)  Greenberg, J.A., S.Z. Dobrowski, M.J. Santos, V.C. Vanderbilt, and S.L. Ustin. 2010. Quantifying ecological boundary conditions using geospatial data. In preparation.

 

Non-reviewed Publications, Posters, Presentations, and Reports

69) Greenberg, J.A, S.Z. Dobrowski, M.J. Santos, V.C. Vanderbilt, and S.L. Ustin. 2010. Bioclimatic limitations on global tree distributions. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

68) Vanderbilt, V.C. and J. Greenberg. 2010. The impact of spatial resolution on information class separability in hyperspatial imagery. IGARSS 2010, Honolulu, HI.

67) Greenberg, J.A. and S.Z. Dobrowski. 2010. Healthy vegetation and hazardous fuels desired condition monitoring plan. Tahoe Regional Planning Agency. Report (in preparation). PDF.

66) Greenberg, J.A., M.J. Santos, S.Z. Dobrowski, V.C. Vanderbilt, and S.L. Ustin. 2009. Remote sensing of the environmental boundaries of trees in Lake Tahoe, NV. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

65) Greenberg, J.A., E.L. Hestir, and S.L. Ustin. 2009. The impacts of riparian tree removal on water shading in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta using Lidar data analysis. 2009 State of the San Francisco Estuary Conference, Oakland, CA.

64) Hestir, E.L., J.A. Greenberg, T. Morgan, and D. Schoellhamer. 2009. Using remote-sensing products to identify velocity thresholds on submerged aquatic vegetation cover in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. 2009 State of the San Francisco Estuary Conference, Oakland, CA.

63) Ho, J.W. and J.A. Greenberg. 2009. Object based tree crown detection and size prediction with LIDAR imagery. 2009 State of the San Francisco Estuary Conference, Oakland, CA.

62) Ries, L., T.D. Sisk, and J.A. Greenberg. 2009. Emergent properties of fragmentation when edge effects are extrapolated over complex landscapes. 94th ESA Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

61) Greenberg, J.A. 2009. Global mapping of individual trees for carbon monitoring.Google Tech Talk, Mountain View, CA. 13 May 2009.

60) Dobrowski, S.Z., J. Abatzoglou, and J.A. Greenberg. 2009. Spatial and temporal variation in the physiographic controls of air temperature in a mountain environment. US-IALE 2009, Snowbird, UT.

59) Greenberg, J.A., J.W. Ho, E.L. Hestir, and S.L. Ustin.  2009. Lidar: For Delta Science and Management.  California of Department and Water Resources, Invited Speaker. Sacramento, CA.

58) Khanna, S., M.J. Santos, E. Hestir, J.A. Greenberg & S.L. Ustin. 2009. Patterns of change in water hyacinth distribution in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Proceedings of the California Invasive Plant Council Symposium. 102-106.

57) Santos, M.J., S. Khanna, E.L. Hestir, J.A. Greenberg, M.E. Andrew, S.L. Ustin. 2009. Spatio-temporal dynamics of a submerged landscape: submerged aquatic vegetation in the California Delta ecosystem. 22nd Annual Symposium of the United States Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology, USA.

56) Greenberg, J.A., E.L. Hestir, and S.L. Ustin. 2008. The impacts of riparian tree removal on water temperatures in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta using Lidar data analysis. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

55) Greenberg, J.A., M.J. Santos, E.L. Hestir, S. Khanna, N. Noujdina, and S.L. Ustin. 2008. Weeding out the invaders: lessons learned from 5 years of hyperspectral weed detection in a highly altered estuary. NASA Carbon Cycle & Ecosystems Joint Science Workshop. Maryland, U.S.A.

54) Ho, J.W., J.A. Greenberg, J.L. Tuil, L. Bolick, G.E. Ford, and S.L. Ustin. 2008. Object based tree crown detection and size prediction with LIDAR imagery. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

53) Khanna, S., M. J. Santos, E. L. Hestir, J. A. Greenberg and S. L. Ustin. 2008. Patterns of change in water hyacinth distribution in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. California Invasive Plant Council.

52) Santos, M. J., E.L. Hestir, S. Khanna, N. Noujdina, J. Greenberg and S.L. Ustin. 2008. Weeding out the invaders: lessons learned from 5 years of hyperspectral weed detection in a highly altered estuary. University of California Davis, Graduate Group in Ecology Symposium. Davis, CA.

51)  Santos, M. J., S. Khanna, S. Rajapakse, E. L. Hestir, M. E. Andrew, J. Greenberg and S. L. Ustin. 2008. Bringing hyperspectral methods to applied science: active management of invasive species in the California Delta. Proceedings of the AVIRIS Earth Science and Applications workshop. Pasadena, CA.

50) Ustin, S. L., J.A. Greenberg, M. Santos, S. Khanna, E. Hestir, P. Haverkamp and S. Kefauver. 2008. Mapping Invasive Plant species in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta region using Hyperspectral imagery. Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing. California Space Institute Center of Excellence. University of California, Davis. June Report.

49) Ustin, S. L., S. Khanna, M. J. Santos, E. L. Hestir, J. Greenberg, P. Haverkamp and S. Kefauver. 2008. Mapping Invasive Plant species in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta region using hyperspectral imagery. California Invasive Plant Council Symposium.

48) Vanderbilt, V.C. and J.A. Greenberg. 2008. An Approach to Spatial Classification of Hyperspatial Imagery. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

47) Greenberg, J.A., S.Z. Dobrowski, P. Tittmann, V. Vanderbilt, and S.L. Ustin. 2007. Individual tree crown recognition and remote sensing aware allometry: biomass mapping using hyperspatial remote sensing. In Object Based Image Analysis Symposium, Berkeley, CA.

46) Hestir, E.L., S. Khanna, M.E. Andrew, M.J. Santos, J.H. Viers, J.A. Greenberg, S.S. Rajapakse and S.L. Ustin. 2007. Methods and approaches to ecosystem-scale aquatic weed detection in the California Delta using hyperspectral data. In 2007 AVIRIS Workshop, Pasadena, CA.

45) Hestir, E.L., D.H. Schoellhamer, S. Khanna, T. Morgan, M. Santos, M. Andrew, J. Greenberg & S. L. Ustin. 2007. Trends in submerged aquatic vegetation and turbidity in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. CalFed State of the Estuary conference. Oakland, California, U.S.A.

44) Khanna, S., Hestir, E., Santos, M.J., J. Greenberg, and S.L. Ustin. 2007. Water Hyacinth Identification Using CART Modeling With Hyperspectral Data in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta of California. American Geographers Union Fall meeting. San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

43) Santos, M.J., E. Hestir, S. Khanna, M. Andrew, J. Greenberg, M. Whiting, N. Noujdina and S. Ustin. 2007. Monitoring invasive weeds in the Sacramento- San Joaquin River Delta: methods, effectiveness and potential for restoration. Ecological Society of America. San Jose, CA.

42) Ustin, S., J. Greenberg, E. Hestir, S. Khanna, M. Santos, M. E. Andrew, M. L. Whiting, S. S. Rajapakse, and M. Lay. 2007. Mapping Invasive Plant species in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta region using Hyperspectral imagery. Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing. California Space Institute Center of Excellence. University of California, Davis. June Report.

41)  Ustin, S. L., J.A. Greenberg, M. Santos, S. Khanna, E. Hestir, P. Haverkamp, S Kefauver, M. Andrew. 2007. Mapping Invasive Plant species in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta region using Hyperspectral imagery. Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing. California Space Institute Center of Excellence. University of California, Davis. December Report.

40) Vanderbilt, V. C., Greenberg, J.A., Andrew, M.E., Hestir, E.L., Khanna, S., Santos, M.J. & S.L. Ustin. 2007. Species identification from spatial analysis of digital imagery. American Geographers Union Fall meeting. San Francisco, California, U.S.A.

39) Ustin, S., J. Greenberg, E. Hestir, S. Khanna, M. Santos, M. E. Andrew, M. L. Whiting, S. S. Rajapakse, and M. Lay. 2007. Mapping invasive plant species in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta region using hyperspectral imagery. Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing. California Space Institute Center of Excellence. University of California, Davis. June Report.

38) Greenberg, J.A. 2006. Complete landscape characterization of tree cover and its application to environmental gradient analysis. In 2006 Joint Remote Sensing Seminar, Davis, CA.

37) Greenberg, J.A. 2006. Tahoe Basin Existing Vegetation Map (TBEVM). In Geography 298 Lecture, Davis, CA.

36) Greenberg, J.A., S.Z. Dobrowski and V.C. Vanderbilt. 2006. Complete landscape characterization of tree density and its application to environmental gradient analysis. InJoint Workshop on NASA Biodiversity, Terrestrial Ecology, and Related Applied Sciences. Adelphi, MD.

35) Greenberg, J.A., S.Z. Dobrowski and V.C. Vanderbilt. 2006. Complete landscape characterization of tree density and its application to environmental gradient analysis. InNPP Ames Speakers’ Series. Moffett Field, CA.

34) Greenberg, J.A., S.Z. Dobrowski and V.C. Vanderbilt. 2006. Hyperspatial image analysis of a forested landscape and allometry: advancing the fusion between ground based measurements and remote sensing. In ASPRS 2006: Prospecting for Geospatial Information Integration.  Reno, NV.

33) Greenberg, J., A. Smith, L. Vierling, S. Dobrowski, and V. Vanderbilt. 2006. Landscape-scale characterization of individual plants using hyperspatial remote sensing: techniques, technologies and applications. In American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

32) Dobrowski, S., J. Greenberg, G. Schladow. 2006. Determining Biophysical Controls on Forest Structure using Hyperspatial Satellite Imagery and Ecological Gradient Modeling. In American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

31)  Kefauver, S.C., J.A. Greenberg and S.L. Ustin. 2006. Hyperspectral remote sensing of air pollution impacts on forest health using bio-Indicators. In IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium & 27th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing. Denver, CO.

30) Kefauver, S.C., J Greenberg, S.L. Ustin. 2006 Remote Sensing of Tropospheric Ozone Impacts on Bio-Indicator Species Using Imaging Spectroscopy. In Proceedings from the 5th European Congress on Regional Geoscientific Cartography and Information Systems: Earth and Water.  Barcelona, Spain.

29) Riano, D., J. Sanchez-Pena, M. Patricio, F. Valladares, J. Greenberg, and S. Ustin. 2006. A Simple Model to Calculate Leaf Area Index from Lidar Data. In American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

28) Vanderbilt, V., J. Greenberg, L. Palmer-Moloney, and D. Rogoff. 2006. Comparison of 1mm and 2m Spatial Remote Sensing Results. In American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

27) Greenberg, J. A. and S. Z. Dobrowski. 2005. Tree structural attributes from hyperspatial imagery. In TBEVM Presentation, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, Stateline, NV.

26) Greenberg, J.A., S. Z. Dobrowski, and V. C. Vanderbilt. 2005.  Evidence of water limited affects in tree density in a subalpine/alpine environment as inferred from hyperspatial image data and climate gradient analysis.  In American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

25) Greenberg, J. A., C. Hadley and S. L. Ustin. 2005. Automated Wide-Area Empirical Line (AWAEL) radiometric normalization of LANDSAT ETM+ and TM images.

24) Greenberg, J.A., V. C. Vanderbilt, and S. Z. Dobrowski. 2005.  Evidence of water limitation in a subalpine/alpine forest as inferred from hyperspatial image data and climate gradient analysis.  In 9th International Symposium on Physical Measurements and Signatures in Remote Sensing, Beijing, China.

23) Dobrowski, S. Z. and J. A. Greenberg. 2005. Mapping vegetation in the Lake Tahoe Basin. In TBEVM Presentation, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency, Stateline, NV.

22) Andrew, M.E., S.L. Ustin, E.C. Underwood, M.J. Mulitsch, J.A. Greenberg, S.C. Kefauver, M.L. Whiting, C.A. Rueda, C.M. Ramirez, M. Carlock, and J.R.C. Leavitt. 2005.  Mapping Invasive Plant Species in the Sacramento – San Joaquin Delta Region Using Hyperspectral Imagery. 24th Annual Western Aquatic Plant Management Society Meeting. March 10-11, 2005. Denver, CO, USA.

21)  Ustin, S., M L. Whiting, E. C. Underwood, M. J. Mulitsch, J. A. Greenberg, K. S. Olmstead, M. E. Andrew, E. Tom, N. V. Noujdina, S. C. Kefauver, C. A. Rueda, S. Khanna, C. M. Ramirez, G. J. Scheer, and L. F. Ross. 2005. Mapping invasive plant species in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta region using hyperspectral imagery. Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing. California Space Institute Center of Excellence. University of California, Davis. June Report.

20) Vanderbilt, V. C. and J. A. Greenberg. 2005.  The impact of mismatched pixel sizes.  In9th International Symposium on Physical Measurements and Signatures in Remote Sensing, Beijing, China.

19)  Dobrowski, S. Z., J. Greenberg, C. Ramirez, S. Ustin. 2004. Incorporating autecological information in image-based vegetation mapping. In ESA 2004 Annual Meeting, Portland, OR.

18)  Dobrowski, S. Z., J. A. Greenberg, and S. L. Ustin.  2004. Mapping Vegetation in the Lake Tahoe Basin Using High Spatial Resolution Data.  In GIS Day at UC Davis, Davis, CA.

17)  Ustin, S. L., E. Underwood, M. J. Mulitsch, J. A. Greenberg, S. C. Kefauver, M. L. Whiting, C. A. Rueda, C. M. Ramirez, G. J. Scheer, and L. F. Ross.  2004.  Mapping invasive plant species in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta region using hyperspectral imagery.  Report. Department of Boating and Waterways, Sacramento, CA.

16)  Dew, J. L., J. A. Greenberg, M. Franzen, and A. Di Fiore. 2003. GIS modeling of road development and hunting pressure on Amazonian primates. in AAPA Meeting, Tempe, AZ.

15)  Greenberg, J. 2002. Long-term monitoring of natural and anthropogenic change in a neotropical rainforest using remote sensing imagery. in Working forests in the tropics: conservation through sustainable management. University of Florida, Gainesville, FL.

14)  Greenberg, J. A. 2002. Determining rainforest disturbance regimes through remote sensing. AsnerLab, Stanford University.

13)  Greenberg, J., R. Malhi, B. Schultz, J. Eshleman, D. Weiss, and B. Kemp.  2001.  Mapping Native American haplogroup frequencies using geographic information system (GIS) techniques. American Association of Physical Anthropology Meeting, Kansas City, MO.

12)  Greenberg, J., G. Scheer, M. Whiting, and S. Ustin. 2001. Analysis of water and chlorophyll features in cotton agriculture. in Tenth JPL Airborne Visible Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) Workshop. Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA.

11)   Greenberg, J., M. Whiting, S. Ustin, and G. Scheer. 2001. Precision agriculture using hyperspectral imagery. in Beltwide Cotton Conference. National Cotton Council of America, Anaheim, CA.

10)  Greenberg, J., and J. L. Dew. 2001. Biologists and bushmeat: modeling the effects of road and trail building on primate populations in Yasuní National Park, Ecuador.  Third Annual Bay Area Conservation Biology Symposium. Society for Conservation Biology, Davis Chapter, Davis, CA.

9)  Ustin, S., and J. Greenberg. 2001. Hyperspectral remote sensing of cotton crops: detecting cotton stress and canopy water content. in Ag 20/20 2001 Meeting. Ag 20/20, Lemoore, CA.

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