• Remote Sensing of Environment. Assessing the spatial, spectral, and temporal consistency of topographically corrected Landsat time series composites across the mountainous forests of Nepal. (Hurni, Van Den Hoek, Fox)
  • Remote Sensing. Monitoring Reservoir Drought Dynamics with Landsat and Radar/Lidar Altimetry Time Series in Persistently Cloudy Eastern Brazil. (Van Den Hoek, Getirana, Jung, Okeowo, Lee)
  • 2019 Global Assessment Report on Disaster Risk Reduction. Chapter 15: Disaster risk reduction strategies in fragile and complex risk contexts. (Peters contributing author)
  • ODI Working & Discussion Paper 556. Disaster risk reduction in conflict contexts: The state of the evidence. (Peters, Holloway, Peters)
  • ODI Working & Discussion Paper 555. Disaster risk reduction strategies: Navigating conflict contexts. (Peters, Peters, Walch, Twigg)
  • Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. Human-Elephant Conflict: A Review of Current Management Strategies and Future Directions. (Shaffer, Khadka, Van Den Hoek, Naithani)



  • West African Papers. Agricultural market activity and Boko Haram attacks in northeastern Nigeria. (Van Den Hoek)
  • The Noise of Being. By Any Lens Necessary: A Satellite Image Account of Conflict (Van Den Hoek)
  • Remote Sensing of Environment. The use of sun elevation angle for stereogrammetric forest height in open canopies. (Montesano, Neigh, Sun, Duncanson, Van Den Hoek, Ranson)
  • Remote Sensing. Leveraging Multi-Sensor Time Series Datasets to Map Short- and Long-Term Tropical Forest Disturbances in the Colombian Andes. (Murillo-Sandoval, Van Den Hoek, Hilker)


  • Scientific Reports. Capturing coupled riparian and coastal disturbance from industrial mining using cloud-resilient satellite time series analysis. (Alonzo, Van Den Hoek, Ahmed)


  • Remote Sensing of Environment. Examining the utility of broad-scale satellite-based wind sheltering estimates for lake-level hydrodynamic modeling. (Van Den Hoek, Read, Winslow, Montesano, Markfort)
  • Landscape Ecology. Using a landscape ecology-based analysis to examine the success of forest policy implementation in Southwest China. (Van Den Hoek, Burnicki, Ozdogan, Zhu)
  • Amnesty International. Black Friday’: Carnage in Rafah During 2014 Israel/Gaza Conflict. (Weizman, Varvia, Axel, Sebregondi, Burns, Molavi, Toftgaard, Sotomayor, Van Gool, Panagiotopoulou, Van Den Hoek, Güiraldes, Halabi, Abdullah, Klish, de Souza, Schuppli, Pines)
  • BayGeo Journal. New Insight Into California's Drought Through Open Data. Read, Bucknell, Hines, Kreft, Lucido, Read, Schroedl, Sibley, Stephan, Suftin, Thongsavanh, Van Den Hoek, Walker, Wernimont, Winslow, Yan)