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2022

Wang W. et al. (including Park, T) (2022) A Novel Atmospheric Correction Algorithm to Exploit the Diurnal Variability in Hypertemporal Geostationary Observations. Remote Sensing. [Paper]

2021

Frost G.V. et al. (including Park, T) (2021) Tundra Greenness, NOAA Arctic Report Card 2021. [Paper]

Soininen E.M. et al. (including Park, T) (2021) Location of studies and evidence of effects of herbivory on Arctic vegetation: a systematic map. Environmental Evidence. [Paper]

Hemming D.L et al. (including Park, T) (2021) Phenology of primary producers [in “State of the Climate in 2020”]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. S108-S110. [Paper]

Chen et al. (including Park, T) Prototyping of LAI and FPAR Retrievals From GOES-16 Advanced Baseline Imager Data Using Global Optimizing Algorithm. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing. [Paper]

Yan et al. (including Park, T) (2021) Performance stability of the MODIS and VIIRS LAI algorithms inferred from analysis of long time series of products. Remote Sensing of Environment. [Paper]

Duncanson L. et al (including Park, T) (2021) Aboveground Woody Biomass Product Validation Good Practices Protocol. Version    1.0. In L. Duncanson, M. Disney, J. Armston, J. Nickeson, D. Minor, and F. Camacho (Eds.), Good Practices for    Satellite Derived Land Product Validation, (p. 236): Land Product Validation Subgroup (WGCV/CEOS) [Paper]

2020

Peano et al. (including Park, T) (2020) Plant phenology evaluation of CRESCENDO land surface models–Part I: start and end of growing season. Biogeosciences, [Paper]

Frost G.V et al. (including Park, T) (2020) Tundra Greenness, NOAA Arctic Report Card 2020. [Paper]

Park, T* (2020) Potential Lidar Height, Intensity, and Ratio Parameters for Plot Dominant Species Discrimination and Volume Estimation. Remote Sensing, [Paper]

Hemming D.L et al. (including Park, T) (2020) Phenology of primary producers [in “State of the Climate in 2019”]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. [Paper]

Li et al. (including Park, T) (2020) Mapping the yields of lignocellulosic bioenergy crops from observations. Earth Data. [Paper]

Piao S, Wang S, Park, T et al. (2020) Characteristics, drivers and feedbacks of global greening. Nature Reviews Earth & Environment, [Paper]

Kim et al. (including Park, T) (2020) Species-and elevation-dependent productivity changes in East Asian temperate forests. Environmental Research Letters, [Paper]

Xu B, Li J, Park T et al. (2020) Improving leaf area index retrieval over heterogeneous surface mixed with water. Remote Sensing of Environment, [Paper]

2019

Park, T* al. (2019) Changes in timing of seasonal peak photosynthetic activity in northern ecosystems. Global Change Biology, [Paper]

Hemming D.L et al. (including Park, T) (2019) Phenology of terrestrial and freshwater primary producers [in “State of the Climate in 2018”]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. [Paper]

Tømmervik, H., Bjerke, J.W., Park, T et al. (2019): Legacies of historical exploitation of natural resources more important than summer warming for recent biomass increases in a boreal-arctic transition region. Ecosystems, [Paper]

Chen C, Park, T et al. (2019) China and India Lead in Greening of the World through Land-use Management. Nature Sustainability, [Paper]

2018

Epstein H, Bhatt U, Raynolds M, Walker D, Forbes B, Phoenix G, Bjerke J, Tømmervik H, Karlsen SR, Myneni R, Park, T et al.  (2018) Tundra Greenness, NOAA Arctic Report Card 2018.

Song W, Knyazikhin Y, Wen G, Marshak A, Mõttus M, Yan K, Yang B, Xu B, Park, T et al. (2018)  Implications of Whole-Disc DSCOVR EPIC Spectral Observations for Estimating Earth’s Spectral Reflectivity Based on Low-Earth-Orbiting and Geostationary Observations. Remote Sensing. [Paper]

Epstein H, Bhatt U, Raynolds M, Walker D, Pinzon J, Tucker CJ, Forbes C, Horstkotte T, Macias-Fauria M, Martic A. Phoenix G, Bjerke J, Tømmervik H,  Fauchald P, Vickers H, Myneni R, Park, T et al.  (2018) Tundra greenness  [in “State of the Climate in 2017”].  Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 99 (8), S165–S169, [Paper]

Hemming D.L, Abernethy R, Armitage C, Bolmgren K, Myneni R, Park, T et al. (2018) Phenology of terrestrial and freshwater primary producers [in “State of the Climate in 2017”]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 99 (8), S63-S66, [Paper]

Xu B, Li J, Park, T* et al. (2018) An integrated method for validating long-term leaf area index products using global networks of site-based measurements. Remote Sensing of Environment. 209, p134–151. [Paper]

Xu B, Park, T* et al. (2018) Analysis of Global LAI/FPAR Products from VIIRS and MODIS Sensors for Spatio-temporal Consistency and Uncertainty over 2012-2016. Forests. 9(2), p.73. [Paper]

Yan K, Park, T* et al. (2018) Generating Global Product of LAI and FPAR from SNPP–VIIRS Data: Theoretical Background and Implementation. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing. [Paper]

2017

Yue C, Ciais P, Bastos A, Chevallier F, Yin Y, Rödenbeck C, Park, T (2017). Vegetation greenness and land carbon flux anomalies associated with climate variations with a focus on the year 2015.  Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions.  17, 13903-13919. [Paper]

Ni X, Cao C, Zhou Y, Ding L, Choi S, Shi Y, Park, T et al. (2017). Estimation of Forest Biomass Patterns across Northeast China Based on Allometric Scale Relationship. Remote Sensing. 8(8), 288. [Paper]

Yang B, Knyazikhin Y, Mõttus M, Rautiainen M, Stenberg P, Yan L, Chen C, Yan K, Choi S, Park, T et al.  (2017). Estimation of leaf area index and its sunlit portion from DSCOVR EPIC data: Theoretical Basis. Remote Sensing of Environment. 198, 69-84. [Paper]

Fauchald P, Park, T et al. (2017). Arctic greening from warming promotes declines in caribou populations. Science Advances, 3(4), p.e1601365. [Paper]

Bastos A, Ciais P, Park, T et al. (2017.) Was the extreme Northern Hemisphere greening in 2015 predictable? Environmental Research Letters, 12(4), p.044016. [Paper]

Chen C, Knyazikhin Y, Park, T et al. (2017). Prototyping of LAI and FPAR Retrievals from MODIS Multi-Angle Implementation of Atmospheric Correction (MAIAC) Data. Remote Sensing, 9(4), p.370. [Paper]

2016

Park, T* et al. (2016) Changes in growing season duration and productivity of northern vegetation inferred from long-term remote sensing data. Environmental Research Letters. [Paper]

Choi S, Kempes C, Park, T et al. (2016). Application of the metabolic scaling theory and water-energy balance equation to model large-scale patterns of maximum forest canopy height. Global Ecology and Biogeography. [Paper]

Yang B, Knyazikhin Y, Lin Y, Yan K, Chen C,Park, T et al. (2016). Analyses of Impact of Needle Surface Properties on Estimation of Needle Absorption Spectrum: Case Study with Coniferous Needle and Shoot Samples. Remote Sensing. 8(7):563. [Paper]

Yan K, Park, T* et al. (2016). Evaluation of MODIS LAI/FPAR Product Collection 6. Part 1: Consistency and Improvements. Remote Sensing. 8(5):359. [Paper]

Yan K, Park, T et al. (2016). Evaluation of MODIS LAI/FPAR Product Collection 6. Part 2: Validation and Intercomparison. Remote Sensing. 8(6):460. [Paper]

Bi J, Myneni R, Lyapustin A, Wang Y, Park, T et al. (2016). Amazon Forests’ Response to Droughts: A Perspective from the MAIAC Product. Remote Sensing. 8(4):356. [Paper]

2015

Wu J, Yao W, Choi S, Park, T et al. (2015). A Comparative Study of Predicting DBH and Stem Volume of Individual Trees in a Temperate Forest Using Airborne Waveform LiDAR. Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters, IEEE, 12(11), 2267-2271. [Paper]

Kim M, Lee W-K, Kim Y-S, Lim C-H, Song C, Park, T et al. (2015) Impact of thinning intensity on the diameter and height growth of Larix kaempferi in central Korea. Forest Science & Technology, 1-11. [Paper]

Ni X, Zhou Y, Cao C, Wang X, Shi Y, Park, T et al. (2015) Mapping forest canopy height over continental China using multi-source remote sensing data. Remote Sensing, 7, 8436-8452. [Paper]

Bi J, Knyazikhin Y, Choi S, Park, T et al. (2015) Sunlight mediated seasonality in canopy structure and photosynthetic activity of Amazonian rainforests. Environ Research Letter, 10(6), 064014. 2015 [Paper]

2014

Park, T* et al. (2014) Application of physically-based slope correction for maximum forest canopy height estimation using waveform lidar across different footprint sizes and locations: Tests on LVIS and GLAS. Remote Sensing, 6(7), 6566-6586. [Paper]

Ni X, Park, T* et al. (2014) Allometric scaling and resource limitations model of tree heights: Part 3. model optimization and testing over continental China. Remote Sensing, 6(5), 3533-3553. [Paper]

Park, T* et al. (2014) Unconstrained approach for isolating individual trees using high-resolution aerial imagery. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 35(1), 89-114. [Paper]

Tømmervik H, Karlsen S.R, Nilsen L, Johansen B, Storvold R, Zmarz A, Beck P.S, Høgda K.A, Goetz S, Park, T et al. (2014). Use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) in a multi-scale vegetation index study of Arctic plant communities in Adventdalen on Svalbard. European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories [Paper]

Lamchin M, Park, T et al. (2014) Monitoring of Vegetation Dynamics in the Mongolia Using MODIS NDVIs and their Relationship to Rainfall by Natural Zone. Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing, 43(2), 325-337. [Paper]

~2013

 Byun J, Lee W-K, Kim M, Kwak D-A, Kwak H, Park, T et al. (2013) Radial growth response of Pinus densiflora and Quercus spp. to topographic and climatic factors in South Korea. Journal of Plant Ecology, 6(5), 380-392. [Paper]

Pujiono E, Kwak, D-A, Lee W-K, Sulistyanto, Kim S-R, Lee J-Y, Lee S-H, Park, T et al. (2013). RGB-NDVI Color Composites for Monitoring the Change in Mangrove Area at the Maubesi Nature Reserve, Indonesia. Forest Science and Technology. 9(4): 171-179. [Paper]

Park, T et al. (2012) Forest plot volume estimation using National Forest Inventory, Forest Type Map and Airborne LiDAR data.  Forest Science and Technology, 8(3): 89-98. [Paper]

Cui G, Lee W-K, Kwak D-A, Choi S, Park, T et al. (2011) Desertification monitoring by LANDSAT TM satellite imagery. Forest Science and Technology, 7(3): 110-116. [Paper]

Jung S, Kwak D-A, Park, T et al. (2011) Estimating Crown Variables of Individual Trees Using Airborne and Terrestrial Laser Scanners. Remote Sensing, 3(11): 2346-2364 [Paper]

Park, T et al. (2011) Assessment of land cover change using GIS and remotely-sensed data: A case study in Ain Snoussi area of northern Tunisia. Forest Science and Technology, 7(2): 75-81. [Paper]

Dissertation

Park, T., “Toward a Better Understanding of Changes in Northern Vegetation Using Long-Term Remote Sensing Data”, 2019. Boston University. Dissertation

Conference Presentations

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