Roberto O. Chávez
Roberto O. Chávez
Profesor asociado, Instituto de Geografía, PUCV, Chile
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Bayesian object-based estimation of LAI and chlorophyll from a simulated Sentinel-2 top-of-atmosphere radiance image
VCE Laurent, ME Schaepman, W Verhoef, J Weyermann, RO Chávez
Remote Sensing of Environment 140, 318-329, 2014
Modelling the spectral response of the desert tree Prosopis tamarugo to water stress
RO Chávez, JGPW Clevers, M Herold, M Ortiz, E Acevedo
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 21, 53-65, 2013
50 years of water extraction in the Pampa del Tamarugal basin: Can Prosopis tamarugo trees survive in the hyper-arid Atacama Desert (Northern Chile)?
RO Chávez, J Clevers, M Decuyper, S de Bruin, M Herold
Journal of Arid Environments 124, 292-303, 2016
Assessing Water Stress of Desert Tamarugo Trees Using in situ Data and Very High Spatial Resolution Remote Sensing
RO Chávez, JGPW Clevers, M Herold, E Acevedo, M Ortiz
Remote Sensing 5 (10), 5064-5088, 2013
Human–environmental drivers and impacts of the globally extreme 2017 Chilean fires
DMJS Bowman, A Moreira-Muńoz, CA Kolden, RO Chávez, AA Muńoz, ...
Ambio 48 (4), 350-362, 2019
A multi-scale approach to assess the effect of groundwater extraction on Prosopis tamarugo in the Atacama Desert
M Decuyper, RO Chávez, P Copini, U Sass-Klaassen
Journal of Arid Environments 131, 25-34, 2016
Detecting leaf pulvinar movements on NDVI time series of desert trees: A new approach for water stress detection
RO Chávez, JGPW Clevers, J Verbesselt, PI Naulin, M Herold
PloS one 9 (9), e106613, 2014
Object-based analysis of 8-bands WorldView2 imagery for assessing health condition of desert trees
RO Chávez, J Clevers
Wageningen University, Centre for Geo-Information, 2012
GIMMS NDVI time series reveal the extent, duration, and intensity of “blooming desert” events in the hyper-arid Atacama Desert, Northern Chile
RO Chávez, A Moreira-Muńoz, M Galleguillos, M Olea, J Aguayo, A Latín, ...
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 76 …, 2019
A Self-Calibrated Non-Parametric Time Series Analysis Approach for Assessing Insect Defoliation of Broad-Leaved Deciduous Nothofagus pumilio Forests
RO Chávez, R Rocco, ÁG Gutiérrez, M Dörner, SA Estay
Remote Sensing 11 (2), 204, 2019
Quantifying massive outbreaks of the defoliator moth Ormiscodes amphimone in deciduous Nothofagus‐dominated southern forests using remote sensing time …
SA Estay, RO Chávez, R Rocco, AG Gutiérrez
Journal of Applied Entomology 143 (7), 787-796, 2019
Multidecadal environmental pollution in a mega-industrial area in central Chile registered by tree rings
AA Muńoz, K Klock-Barría, PR Sheppard, I Aguilera-Betti, ...
Science of The Total Environment 696, 133915, 2019
npphen: an R-package for non-parametric reconstruction of vegetation phenology and anomaly detection using remote sensing
SA Estay, R Chavez
bioRxiv, 301143, 2018
A Multiscale Productivity Assessment of High Andean Peatlands across the Chilean Altiplano Using 31 Years of Landsat Imagery
RO Chávez, DA Christie, M Olea, TG Anderson
Remote Sensing 11 (24), 2955, 2019
Package ‘npphen’
RO Chávez, SA Estay, CG Riquelme, MRO Chávez
Assessing water stress of desert vegetation using remote sensing: the case of the tamarugo forest in the Atacama Desert (Northern Chile)
ROC Oyanadel
Wageningen University, 2014
Object-based analysis of 8-bands Worldview2 imagery for assessing health condition of desert trees
ROC Oyanadel, J Clevers
Wageningen University, 2012
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