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DateTitleAuthors
2006 Forest Cover-type Classification Using SPOT4 and SPOT5 Images Wang, Su-Fen; Cheng, Chi-Chuan; Chen, Yeong-Kuan
2004 Forestland Classification Using an Ecosystem Approach Cheng, C. C.; Chen, Y. K.; Wang, Su-Fen; Jan, J. F.
2008-04 Geographical Imagination of Second Home: The Case Study in Shanghai Song, Yu-Ling
2010 GIS-based Decision Support System for Management of Landslide Hazard after Typhoon Event Chen, Yi-Chin; Chiu, Yu-Jia; Lau, Sze-Man; Lee, Hong-Yuan
1996 The Global Trade of the PRC, 1984-1993: Spatial Patterns and Relations 李建平
2011 Globalization and Transforming Cultural Landscapes in Taiwan Lee, Chien-Ping
2002 The Indirect Trade Across the Taiwan Strait Lee, Chien-Ping
2014-12 An Integrated Landslide-Runout Model for the Assessment of Typhoon-Induced Landslide Hazard and Early Warning Practice Chiang, Shou-Hao; Chang, Kang-Tsung; Chen, Yi-Chin; Chen, Chi-Farn
2011-10 Investigating the Low Temperature Effect on Vegetation Cover During Early Spring at Lien-Hua-Chi Experiment Forest in Taiwan Wang, Su-Fen; Liu, Ya-Ting
2004 Junior High-school Geography Teaching in Taiwan 's Contended Educational Reform Processes: Analyzing Past and Present Textbooks in an International Context Lee, Chien-Ping
2012 Large Scale Simulation of Watershed Mass Transport – A Case Study of Tsengwen Reservoir Watershed Liu, Ko-Fei; Chen, Yi-Chin; Wu, Ying-Hsin
2012 Magnitude-Frequency Distribution of Rainfall-Triggered Landslide Erosion in Kaoping River Watershed, Southern Taiwan Chen, Yi-Chin; Chiu, Yu-Jia; Lee, Hong-Yuan
2007-06 The Meaning of Second Homes to Taiwanese Women: A Feminist Perspective Chiang, L. H.; Chen, Y. L.; Song, Yu-Ling
2007-04 The Mobility and Attachment of Displaced Residents Under the Urban “Redevelopment” Pojects in Shanghai Song, Yu-Ling; Chiang, N.; Li, S. M.
2005 NDVI 與LAI 的關聯及在生態系動態上的研究 張仲德; 林登秋; 王素芬
2008-10 The Onset and Offset of Surface Phenology in Taiwan Derived from MODIS Images Chang, C. T.; Lin, T. C.; Wang, Su-Fen; Jan, J. F.
2006-03 The Production of the Sense of Place: The Relocation Process of Displaced Residents Under the Urban Redevelopment Projects in Shanghai Song, Yu-Ling
2000-08 Re-evaluating the East Asian Model of Economic Development : Capitalist System and Regional Culture Lee, Chien-Ping
2014 Real-time Landslide Forecasting with the Incorporation of Landslide Modeling and Typhoon Forecast Chiang, Shou-Hao; Chang, Kang-Tsung; Chen, Yi-Chin; Chen, Chi-Farn
2006-06 The Relocation Process of Displaced Residents Under the Urban Redevelopment Projects in Shanghai: An Approach of Critical Humanistic Geography’ Song, Yu-Ling
2013 Responses of Landslide Frequency-Area Distributions to the Magnitudes of Driving Forces Teng, T. Y.; Lee, T. Y.; Chen, Y. C.; Shih, Y. T.; Lu, M. C.; Huang, J. C.
2007-05 The saptial governance strategies In the process of european integration(2007) 莊翰華
2014 Semi-automated Extraction of Landslides in Taiwan Based on SPOT Imagery and DEMs Eisank, Clemens; Holbling, Daniel; Fried, Barbara; Chen, Yi-Chin; Chang, Kang-Tsung
2009-03 The Spatiality of ‘The Second House’: A Study of Shanghai Song, Yu-Ling
2014 A Statistics-based and An Simple Physics-based Models Toward An Operational and Early Flood Warning System Yang, Tsun-Hua; Chen, Yi-Chin; Chang, Ya-Chi; Yang, Sheng-Chi; Ho, Jui-Yi; Hwang, Gong-Do

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