MAPPING THE MISSING MILLIONS
A local-to-global study to characterize the environmental, climatic, and geospatial data conditions at refugee and internally displaced persons (IDP) settlements.
Satellite-Based Human Settlement Datasets Inadequately Detect Refugee Settlements: A Critical Assessment at Thirty Refugee Settlements in Uganda
Charting a justice-based approach to planned climate relocation for the world's refugees
Development after Displacement: Evaluating the Utility of OpenStreetMap Data for Monitoring Sustainable Development Goal Progress in Refugee Settlements
Breaking ground: Automated disturbance detection with Landsat time series captures rapid refugee settlement establishment and growth in North Uganda
Vegetation changes attributable to refugees in Africa coincide with agricultural deforestation
Assessing enviro-climatic marginality at 922 refugee camps using Earth Engine
LANDSCAPES OF CONFLICT // LANDSCAPES OF PEACE
How do violent conflict and peace processes manifest as changes in land cover and land use?
The post-conflict expansion of coca farming and illicit cattle ranching in Colombia
The City is the Medium and Satellite Imagery Are a Prism: Conceptualizing Urban Conflict Damage Monitoring with Multitemporal Remote Sensing Data
No peace for the forest: Rapid, widespread land changes in the Andes-Amazon region following the Colombian civil war
The end of gunpoint conservation: Forest disturbance after the Colombian peace agreement
Agricultural market activity and Boko Haram attacks in northeastern Nigeria
By Any Lens Necessary: A Satellite Image Account of Conflict
Black Friday: Carnage in Rafah during the 2014 Israel/Gaza Conflict
Conquer and Divide: The Shattering of Palestinian Space by Israel
LONG-TERM LANDSCAPE DYNAMICS
Satellite remote sensing-informed mapping of landscape patterns and social drivers of change.
Community forest management led to rapid local forest gain in Nepal: A 29-year mixed methods retrospective case study
Forest, agriculture, and migration: contemplating the future of forestry and agriculture in the middle-hills of Nepal
Mapping and quantifying land cover dynamics using dense remote sensing time series with the user-friendly pyNITA software
Shedding New Light on Mountainous Forest Growth: A Cross-Scale Evaluation of the Effects of Topographic Illumination Correction on 25 Years of Forest Cover Change across Nepal
Knowledge coproduction improves understanding of environmental change in the Ethiopian highlands
Monitoring Reservoir Drought Dynamics with Landsat and Radar/Lidar Altimetry Time Series in Persistently Cloudy Eastern Brazil
Leveraging Multi-Sensor Time Series Datasets to Map Short- and Long-Term Tropical Forest Disturbances in the Colombian Andes
Using a landscape ecology-based analysis to examine the success of forest policy implementation in Southwest China.
GEOGRAPHY OF SURVIVAL
An ongoing research program examining human agency through land use and migration following disaster or during protracted conflict.
Do Refugee Camps Offer a Refuge From Conflict? A Spatially Explicit Analysis of Conflict Incidence at 1,543 Refugee Camps Across Africa (1997–2020)
Scales and sensitivities in climate vulnerability, displacement, and health
Water stress and human migration: a global, georeferenced review of empirical research
CRITICAL REMOTE SENSING
Satellite imagery are often touted as being objective, neutral, passive, and inherently accurate but this is far from the truth.