John M. Kovacs
John M. Kovacs
Professor, Department of Geography, Nipissing University
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The application of small unmanned aerial systems for precision agriculture: a review
C Zhang, JM Kovacs
Precision Agriculture 13 (6), 693-712, 2012
Ethnobiology, socio-economics and management of mangrove forests: A review
BB Walters, P Rönnbäck, JM Kovacs, B Crona, SA Hussain, R Badola, ...
Aquatic Botany 89 (2), 220-236, 2008
Large-scale dieback of mangroves in Australia’s Gulf of Carpentaria: a severe ecosystem response, coincidental with an unusually extreme weather event
NC Duke, JM Kovacs, AD Griffiths, L Preece, DJE Hill, P Van Oosterzee, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 68 (10), 1816-1829, 2017
Assessment of red-edge vegetation indices for crop leaf area index estimation
T Dong, J Liu, J Shang, B Qian, B Ma, JM Kovacs, D Walters, X Jiao, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 222, 133-143, 2019
Object-oriented crop mapping and monitoring using multi-temporal polarimetric RADARSAT-2 data
X Jiao, JM Kovacs, J Shang, H McNairn, D Walters, B Ma, X Geng
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 96, 38-46, 2014
Mapping mangrove leaf area index at the species level using IKONOS and LAI-2000 sensors for the Agua Brava Lagoon, Mexican Pacific
JM Kovacs, J Wang, F Flores-Verdugo
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 62 (1-2), 377-384, 2005
Mapping disturbances in a mangrove forest using multi-date Landsat TM imagery
JM Kovacs, J Wang, M Blanco-Correa
Environmental Management 27, 763-776, 2001
Estimating leaf area index of a degraded mangrove forest using high spatial resolution satellite data
JM Kovacs, F Flores-Verdugo, J Wang, LP Aspden
Aquatic botany 80 (1), 13-22, 2004
Tracking crop phenological development using multi-temporal polarimetric Radarsat-2 data
F Canisius, J Shang, J Liu, X Huang, B Ma, X Jiao, X Geng, JM Kovacs, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 210, 508-518, 2018
An assessment of commonly employed satellite-based remote sensors for mapping mangrove species in Mexico using an NDVI-based classification scheme
L Valderrama-Landeros, F Flores-de-Santiago, JM Kovacs, ...
Environmental monitoring and assessment 190, 1-13, 2018
Applications of low altitude remote sensing in agriculture upon farmers' requests–a case study in northeastern Ontario, Canada
C Zhang, D Walters, JM Kovacs
PloS one 9 (11), e112894, 2014
Evaluating the condition of a mangrove forest of the Mexican Pacific based on an estimated leaf area index mapping approach
JM Kovacs, JML King, F Flores de Santiago, F Flores-Verdugo
Environmental monitoring and assessment 157, 137-149, 2009
Assessing mangrove use at the local scale
JM Kovacs
Landscape and urban planning 43 (4), 201-208, 1999
Mapping spatial variability of crop growth conditions using RapidEye data in Northern Ontario, Canada
J Shang, J Liu, B Ma, T Zhao, X Jiao, X Geng, T Huffman, JM Kovacs, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 168, 113-125, 2015
Perceptions of environmental change in a tropical coastal wetland
JM Kovacs
Land Degradation & Development 11 (3), 209-220, 2000
Separating crop species in northeastern Ontario using hyperspectral data
JH Wilson, C Zhang, JM Kovacs
Remote Sensing 6 (2), 925-945, 2014
Agricultural monitoring in northeastern Ontario, Canada, using multi-temporal polarimetric RADARSAT-2 data
JW Cable, JM Kovacs, X Jiao, J Shang
Remote Sensing 6 (3), 2343-2371, 2014
Separating mangrove species and conditions using laboratory hyperspectral data: A case study of a degraded mangrove forest of the Mexican Pacific
C Zhang, JM Kovacs, Y Liu, F Flores-Verdugo, F Flores-de-Santiago
Remote Sensing 6 (12), 11673-11688, 2014
Detection of crop seeding and harvest through analysis of time-series Sentinel-1 interferometric SAR data
J Shang, J Liu, V Poncos, X Geng, B Qian, Q Chen, T Dong, D Macdonald, ...
Remote Sensing 12 (10), 1551, 2020
Multi-temporal polarimetric RADARSAT-2 for land cover monitoring in Northeastern Ontario, Canada
JW Cable, JM Kovacs, J Shang, X Jiao
Remote Sensing 6 (3), 2372-2392, 2014
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