Our ephemerality research was featured in the University of Wyoming News!
You can find the article here: UW-Led Study Highlights the ‘Fluid’ Nature of Surface Water
It was also picked up by the University of Wyoming College of Agriculture and Natural Resources ‘Agademics’ Newsletter, the Environmental Monitor, and the Branding Iron.
Our manuscript, "Using a multiscale, probabilistic approach to identify spatial-temporal wetland gradients" has been accepted and will be published in the October 2016 issue of Remote Sensing and Environment! The manuscript details a new method for classifying wetland surface water inundation as probabilistic gradients from remotely sensed images using Random Forests models.
Gabrielsen CG, MA Murphy M, JS Evans. 2016. Using a multiscale and probabilistic approach to identify spatial-temporal wetland gradients. Remote Sensing of Environment 184: 522-538.