Goran Pavlic

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Leaf area index (LAI) is one of the surface parameters that has importance in climate, weather, and ecological studies, and has been routinely estimated from remote sensing measurements. Canada-wide LAI maps are now being produced using cloud-free Advanced Very High-Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) imagery every 10 days at 1-km resolution. The archive of these(More)
Increased satellite image data availability, with different spatial, spectral, and radiometric resolutions, present some challenges for image fusion techniques to be used in many application areas. In this study, we demonstrate an improved technique combining RADARSAT (SAR), Digital Elevation Model (DEM) and Landsat (ETM+) images with surficial geology data(More)
Satellite remote sensing and numerical modelling are important tools to quantify trends in the environment across Canada. This paper describes methodology and initial results for the production of a new 1-km resolution map of waterbody fraction and 10-km resolution maps of forest cover type (hardwood/softwood) required as input parameters to these(More)
In this paper, we present the results of several case studies using InSAR techniques from high resolution RADARSAT to monitor active landslides triggered by earthquakes and other geomorphic processes. Our results have shown that our InSAR results were used that facilitate mitigation efforts along strategic transportation and energy corridors as well as(More)
Introduction Electrophysiological tools like trigeminal somato-sensory evoked potentials (TSSEP) are used for evaluation of trigeminal system (TS) functional state. The activity of the later is an important factor in migraine pathogenesis. The study aim was to analyze the TS functional state in chronic and frequent migraine patients in relation with age(More)
In this paper, we will present the results of several case studies focusing on RADARSAT-2 InSAR monitoring of several different types of landslides and the uses of enhanced RADARSAT-2 polarimetric composites for surficial geological and terrain mapping in Canada. InSAR techniques are increasingly being used in slope stability assessment [1, 2 3]. Our(More)
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