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Zhou, Y.; Smith, S.J.; Elvidge, C.D.; Zhao, K.; Thomson, A.; Imhoff, M. A cluster-based method to map urban area from DMSP/OLS nightlights 2014 Remote Sensing of Environment 147 173-185
Zhou, Y.; Li, X.; Asrar, G.R.; Smith, S.J.; Imhoff, M. A global record of annual urban dynamics (1992–2013) from nighttime lights 2018 Remote Sensing of Environment 219 206-220
Zheng, Q.; Weng, Q.; Wang, K. Correcting the Pixel Blooming Effect (PiBE) of DMSP-OLS nighttime light imagery 2020 Remote Sensing of Environment 240 111707
Zheng, Q.; Weng, Q.; Huang, L.; Wang, K.; Deng, J.; Jiang, R.; Ye, Z.; Gan, M. A new source of multi-spectral high spatial resolution night-time light imagery—JL1-3B 2018 Remote Sensing of Environment 215 300-312
Xie, Y.; Weng, Q.; Fu, P. Temporal variations of artificial nighttime lights and their implications for urbanization in the conterminous United States, 2013–2017 2019 Remote Sensing of Environment 225 160-174
Welch, R. Monitoring urban population and energy utilization patterns from satellite Data 1980 Remote Sensing of Environment 9 1-9
Wang, L.; Wang, S.; Zhou, Y.; Liu, W.; Hou, Y.; Zhu, J.; Wang, F. Mapping population density in China between 1990 and 2010 using remote sensing 2018 Remote Sensing of Environment 210 269-281
Wang, J.; Zhou, M.; Xu, X.; Roudini, S.; Sander, S.P.; Pongetti, T.J.; Miller, S.D.; Reid, J.S.; Hyer, E.; Spurr, R. Development of a nighttime shortwave radiative transfer model for remote sensing of nocturnal aerosols and fires from VIIRS 2020 Remote Sensing of Environment 241 111727
Wang, J.; Roudini, S.; Hyer, E.J.; Xu, X.; Zhou, M.; Garcia, L.C.; Reid, J.S.; Peterson, D.A.; da Silva, A.M. Detecting nighttime fire combustion phase by hybrid application of visible and infrared radiation from Suomi NPP VIIRS 2020 Remote Sensing of Environment 237 111466
Waluda, C. Quantifying light-fishing for Dosidicus gigas in the eastern Pacific using satellite remote sensing 2004 Remote Sensing of Environment 91 129-133