Bryan Pijanowski
Bryan Pijanowski
Professor of Landscape Ecology, Purdue University
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Soundscape ecology: the science of sound in the landscape
BC Pijanowski, LJ Villanueva-Rivera, SL Dumyahn, A Farina, BL Krause, ...
BioScience 61 (3), 203-216, 2011
Using neural networks and GIS to forecast land use changes: a land transformation model
BC Pijanowski, DG Brown, BA Shellito, GA Manik
Computers, environment and urban systems 26 (6), 553-575, 2002
Comparing the input, output, and validation maps for several models of land change
RG Pontius, W Boersma, JC Castella, K Clarke, T de Nijs, C Dietzel, ...
The Annals of Regional Science 42 (1), 11, 2008
What is soundscape ecology? An introduction and overview of an emerging new science
BC Pijanowski, A Farina, SH Gage, SL Dumyahn, BL Krause
Landscape ecology 26, 1213-1232, 2011
Forecasting land use change and its environmental impact at a watershed scale
Z Tang, BA Engel, BC Pijanowski, KJ Lim
Journal of environmental management 76 (1), 35-45, 2005
Modeling the relationships between land use and land cover on private lands in the Upper Midwest, USA
DG Brown, BC Pijanowski, JD Duh
Journal of Environmental Management 59 (4), 247-263, 2000
Iterative near-term ecological forecasting: Needs, opportunities, and challenges
MC Dietze, A Fox, LM Beck-Johnson, JL Betancourt, MB Hooten, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (7), 1424-1432, 2018
An urban growth boundary model using neural networks, GIS and radial parameterization: An application to Tehran, Iran
A Tayyebi, BC Pijanowski, AH Tayyebi
Landscape and Urban Planning 100 (1-2), 35-44, 2011
A big data urban growth simulation at a national scale: configuring the GIS and neural network based land transformation model to run in a high performance computing (HPC …
BC Pijanowski, A Tayyebi, J Doucette, BK Pekin, D Braun, J Plourde
Environmental Modelling & Software 51, 250-268, 2014
The effects of China's cultivated land balance program on potential land productivity at a national scale
W Song, BC Pijanowski
Applied Geography 46, 158-170, 2014
A primer of acoustic analysis for landscape ecologists
LJ Villanueva-Rivera, BC Pijanowski, J Doucette, B Pekin
Landscape ecology 26, 1233-1246, 2011
Calibrating a neural network‐based urban change model for two metropolitan areas of the Upper Midwest of the United States
BC Pijanowski, S Pithadia, BA Shellito, K Alexandridis
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 19 (2), 197-215, 2005
Soundscape conservation
SL Dumyahn, BC Pijanowski
Landscape Ecology 26, 1327-1344, 2011
Identifying relationships between baseflow geochemistry and land use with synoptic sampling and R‐mode factor analysis
KG Wayland, DT Long, DW Hyndman, BC Pijanowski, SM Woodhams, ...
Journal of Environmental Quality 32 (1), 180-190, 2003
Modeling multiple land use changes using ANN, CART and MARS: Comparing tradeoffs in goodness of fit and explanatory power of data mining tools
A Tayyebi, BC Pijanowski
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 28 …, 2014
Urban expansion and its consumption of high-quality farmland in Beijing, China
W Song, BC Pijanowski, A Tayyebi
Ecological Indicators 54, 60-70, 2015
Automated content analysis: addressing the big literature challenge in ecology and evolution
GC Nunez‐Mir, BV Iannone III, BC Pijanowski, N Kong, S Fei
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (11), 1262-1272, 2016
The environmental and economic costs of sprawling parking lots in the United States
AY Davis, BC Pijanowski, K Robinson, B Engel
Land Use Policy 27 (2), 255-261, 2010
Evidence for increased monoculture cropping in the Central United States
JD Plourde, BC Pijanowski, BK Pekin
Agriculture, ecosystems & environment 165, 50-59, 2013
A regional scale assessment of land use/land cover and climatic changes on water and energy cycle in the upper Midwest United States
V Mishra, KA Cherkauer, D Niyogi, M Lei, BC Pijanowski, DK Ray, ...
International Journal of Climatology 30 (13), 2025-2044, 2010
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