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dc.contributor.authorJi, Wei
dc.descriptionWei "Wayne" Ji is a professor at the University of Missouri. This presentation was given as part of the GIS Day@KU symposium on November 16, 2016. For more information about GIS Day@KU activities, please see
dc.description.sponsorshipPlatinum Sponsors: KU Department of Geography and Atmospheric Science. Gold Sponsors: Enertech, KU Environmental Studies Program, KU Libraries. Silver Sponsors: Douglas County, Kansas, KansasView, State of Kansas Data Access & Support Center (DASC) and the KU Center for Global and International Studies.en_US
dc.publisherGIS Day @ KU Planning Committeeen_US
dc.subjectGIS Dayen_US
dc.titleRemotely-sensed Urban Wet-landscapes: An Indicator of Coupled Effects of Human Impact and Climate Changeen_US

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