Cindy Hays

Cindy Hays

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Title Research Technologist I
Address 722 Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln NE
Phone 402-472-6701
FAX 402-472-2946
Office Hours

M - F 8 am to 5 pm


Selected Publications

Easterling, W.E., J.R. Brandle, Q. Guo, C.J. Hays and D.S. Guertin 2001. Simulating the Impact of Human Land Use Change on Forest Composition in Great Plains Agroecosystems with the Seedscape Model. Ecological Modeling. 140 (1-2:163-176 .
Blad B.L., E.A. Walter-Shea, M.A. Mesarch, C.J. Hays, P.J. Starks, D.W. Deering and T.F. Eck 1998. Estimating Net Radiation with Remotely Sensed Data: Resultsfrom KUREX-91 and FIFE Studies. Remote Sensing Reviews. 17:55-71.
Mesarch M.A., E.A. Walter-Shea, Blad B.L., C.J. Hays and E.M. Middleton 1998. Comparing Biophysical Properties of the Streletskaya Steppe Reserve and the Konza Prairie. Remote Sensing Reviews. 17:37-53.
Starks, P.J., Blad B.L., E.A. Walter-Shea, C.J. Hays, and M.A. Mesarch 1998. Estimating emitted longwave components of the radiation balance in the KUREX-91 and FIFE studies. Remote Sensing Reviews. 17:73-87.
Walter-Shea E.A., Blad B.L., M.A. Mesarch, C.J. Hays, D.W. Deering, and T.F. Eck 1998. Absorbed Photosyntheticdally Active Radiation and Sun-View Geometry Effects on Remote Sensing Relationships. Remote Sensing Reviews. 17:89-102.
Walter-Shea, E.A., J. Privette, D. Cornell, M.A. Mesarch, and C.J. Hays 1997. Relations between directional spectral vegetation indices and leaf area and absorbed radiation in alfalfa. Remote Sensing of Environment. 61:162-177 . Online

SNR Mission Area(s)

  • Applied Climate and Spatial Science

Areas of Interest

  • Crop modeling
  • Climate change
  • Remote sensing

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