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1-Jan-2019Estimating rainfall thresholds for landslide occurrence in the Bhutan HimalayasDikshit, A; Sarkar, R; Pradhan, B; Acharya, S; Dorji, K
1-Feb-2019Development of lag time and time of concentration for a tropical complex catchment under the influence of long-term land use/land cover (LULC) changesAbdulkareem, JH; Pradhan, B; Sulaiman, WNA; Jamil, NR
1-Mar-2018Land use change modeling and the effect of compact city paradigms: integration of GIS-based cellular automata and weights-of-evidence techniquesAbdullahi, S; Pradhan, B
1-Sep-2018Hyperspectral imaging as an effective tool for prediction the moisture content and textural characteristics of roasted pistachio kernelsMohammadi-Moghaddam, T; Razavi, SMA; Taghizadeh, M; Pradhan, B; Sazgarnia, A; Shaker-Ardekani, A
1-Oct-2018Laser Scanning Systems and Techniques in Rockfall Source Identification and Risk Assessment: A Critical ReviewFanos, AM; Pradhan, B
1-Nov-2018Spatial modelling of gully erosion using evidential belief function, logistic regression, and a new ensemble of evidential belief function–logistic regression algorithmArabameri, A; Pradhan, B; Rezaei, K; Yamani, M; Pourghasemi, HR; Lombardo, L
1-Jan-2018A geospatial solution using a TOPSIS approach for prioritizing urban projects in LibyaAmazeeq, MSAB; Kalantar, B; Al-Najjar, HAH; Idrees, MO; Pradhan, B; Mansor, S
1-Jan-2018Systems and sensors in geoscience applicationsPradhan, B; Jung, HS; Beydoun, G
10-Oct-2018Groundwater augmentation through the site selection of floodwater spreading using a data mining approach (case study: Mashhad Plain, Iran)Naghibi, SA; Vafakhah, M; Hashemi, H; Pradhan, B; Alavi, SJ
3-Jul-2018Integration of SPOT-5 and ASTER satellite data for structural tracing and hydrothermal alteration mineral mapping: implications for Cu–Au prospectingAhmadirouhani, R; Karimpour, MH; Rahimi, B; Malekzadeh-Shafaroudi, A; Pour, AB; Pradhan, B
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