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 Department of Geography, Geology, & Anthropology
  
   600 Chestnut St.
  Science Building RM159
  Indiana State University
  Terre Haute, IN 47809

  Phone: (812)237-2255
  Fax: (812)237-8029
  E-mail:
  qweng@indstate.edu;
  qhweng@gmail.com
 
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Dr. Qihao Weng @ Indiana State University

     
     Dr. Qihao Weng is the director of the Center for Urban and Environmental Change and a professor of geography at Indiana State University, USA. He was a visiting NASA senior fellow. He is also a guest/adjunct professor at Peking University, Wuhan University and Beijing Normal University, and a guest research scientist at Beijing Meteorological Bureau, China.

     Dr. Weng was a national director of American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (2007-2010), and the chair for American Association of Geographers China Geography Specialty Group (2010-2011). Dr. Weng is leading an international team of researchers and practitioners to develop a Global  Urban Observation and Information Task for GEO (Group on Earth Observations, 2012-2015). In addition, he serves as an Associate Editor of ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, an Associate Editor of Spatial Hydrology, and is the series editor for both Taylor & Francis Series in Remote Sensing Applications, and McGraw-Hill Series in GIS&T.

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     The Center for Urban and Environmental Change at Indian State University is an interdisciplinary research and outreach center in the College of Arts and Sciences. The Center focuses on studies of the causes, effects, and responses to environmental change in cities and urban/suburban areas, especially those in Indiana and the Midwest. Programs and activities relate to both the science and the management of urban environmental change, including policy, regulation, technology, impact adaptation, mitigation, and remediation.

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We shall never cease from exploring, and the end of all of our exploring will be to arrive from where we started and to know the place for the first time. " 

- T.S. Eliot.



     Recent Books

An Introduction to Contemporary Remote Sensing (2012)Read more ...

Advances in Environmental Remote Sensing (2011)

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Remote Sensing and GIS Integration - Theories, Methods, and Applications (2009)
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Remote Sensing of Impervious Surfaces (2007)
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Urban Remote Sensing (2006)
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