Currently I am working on the following rather different research projects.
- The development of geospatial search methods. With a strong emphasis on remote sensing, GIS, and photographic imaging and interpretation; artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive science concepts; and on field techniques. The field sites are in California, and the application area is searching for gold
- Georeconnaissance. In particular as it relates to applied geographic imaging and mapping. I define georeconnaissance as: "To access and try to learn locations, features and conditions in a geographic district". With both local and international relevance. A methodological framework has been developed primarily for World Bank (IMF) projects over the past decade and a half.
- The use of flight simulators for virtual aerial georeconnaissance in research, teaching and applied/operational contexts.
Finally, I have an interest in the future development of geographic unmanned aerial vehicle (G-UAV) applications.
Gala, T.S., Pazner, M. and Beyene, S. 2011 'Evaluating Biophysical Attributes of Environmentally Degraded Landscapes in Northern Ethiopia using LANDSAT ETM data and GIS' Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management Research 4(1): 1-16
Zhang, X. and Pazner, M. 2007 'Comparison of Lithologic Mapping with ASTER, Hyperion and ETM Data in the southeastern Chocolate Mountains Area, USA' Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 73(5): 555-561
Zhang X., Pazner, M. and Duke, N. 2007 'Lithologic and Mineral Information Extraction for Gold Exploration Using ASTER Data in the South Chocolate Mountains (California)' ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 62(4): 271-282
Chen, Y. and Pazner, M. 2007 'A Comparison Between a Modified Counter Propagation Network and an Extended Self-Organizing Map in Remotely Sensed Data Classification' Mathematical Geology 39(6)
Dech, J.P., Maun, M.A. and Pazner, M.I. 2005 'Blowout dynamics on Lake Huron sand dunes: analysis of digital multispectral data extracted from colour air photos' CATENA 60(2): 165-180
|S. Pashang||Current||Low-tech innovations humanitarian relief/social|
|P. Bush||2006||Habitat use of Northern Goshawks in Great Lakes St. Lawrence forest of central Ontario|
|X. Zhang||2005||Gold-related lithologic and mineral mapping from hyperion and aster data in the South Chocolate mountains, California|
|H. Wan||2004||Integration of GIS and ANN for spatial feature clustering|
|N. Ripley||2001||Bridging geospatial information and flight simulation technologies|
|K. McMaster||2000||The effects of D.E.M. resolution on derived hydrologic network accuracy|
|R. Gammon||1995||The development of hyperviewkit: A hypercard pictorial navigation application|
|B. Shan||Current||Multivariate Data Geovisualization in Knowledge Discovery|
|S. Kulon||2011||GISc gold search techniques: Mojave Desert, CA|