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Papia Rozario

Papia Rozario

  • Temporary GIS Specialist, Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental and Technology Studies, Environmental Studies

Education & Professional History

North Dakota State University, PhD

Highlights & Recent Activity

Manuscripts in progress:

Rozario, P.F., Madurapperuma, B., and Wang, Y., 2018. Remote Sensing approach to detect burn severity risk zones in Palo Verde National Park, Costa Rica. Journal of Remote Sensing (In review).

Analysis of landcover change in James River watershed region in ND by NDVI, NDWI and K-means cluster with landsat multi-spectral surface reflectance satellite data.

Selected Publications:

Rozario, P.F., Oduor, P., Kotchman, L. and Kangas, M., 2017. Transition Modeling of Land-Use Dynamics in the Pipestem Creek, North Dakota, USA. Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection5(03), p.182.

Rozario, P.F., Oduor, P., Kotchman, L. and Kangas, M., 2016. Quantifying Spatiotemporal Change in Landuse and Land Cover and Accessing Water Quality: A Case Study of Missouri Watershed James Sub-Region, North Dakota. Journal of Geographic Information System8(06), pp.663-682.

Rozario, P.F., Oduor, P. , Kotchman, L. and Kangas, M., 2017. Uncertainty Analysis of Spatial Autocorrelation of Land-Use and Land-Cover Data within Pipestem Creek in North Dakota. Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection5, 71-88.

Madurapperuma, B., Rozario, P., Oduor, P. and Kotchman, L., 2015. Land-use and land-cover change detection in Pipestem Creek watershed, North Dakota. International Journal of Geomatics and Geosciences5(3), p.416.

Organizations & Scholarly Affiliations

Association of American Geographers

Geological Society of America

American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing

Indian Society of Remote Sensing

Ecological Society of America

Loreto College Alumni Association

NDSU Foundation and Alumni Association

Profile updated May 30, 2018

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