Ian Ratcliffe

Ian Ratcliffe

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Contact Information

TitleRemote Sensing and GIS Research Specialist
Address321 South Hardin Hall
3310 Holdrege Street
Lincoln NE
  • office: 402-472-6514
  • fax: 402-472-2946


Contact Preference


Office Hours

M - F 8 am to 5 pm

Selected Publications

Trezza, R., Allen, R. G., Kilic, A., Ratcliffe, I., Tasumi, M. (2018). Influence of Landsat Revisit Frequency on Time-Integration of Evapotranspiration for Agricultural Water Management. Evapotranspiration. InTech Publications.
Kilic, A., Allen, R., Trezza, R., Ratcliffe, I., Kamble, B., Robison, C. 2016. Sensitivity of Evapotranspiration Retrievals from the METRIC Processing Algorithm to Improved Radiometric Resolution of Landsat 8 Thermal data and to Calibration Bias in LandsaOnline
Irmak, A., R.G. Allen, J. Kjaersgaard, J. Huntington, B. Kamble, J. Trezza and I. Ratcliffe. (2012.) Operational Remote Sensing of ET and Challenges, IN-TECH, chapter 21 in Evapotranspiration - Remote Sensing and Modeling. ISBN: 978-953-307-808-3Online
Irmak, A., I. Ratcliffe, P. Ranade, K.G. Hubbard, R.K. Singh, B. Kamble, R.G. Allen, and J. Kjaersgaard. (2011). Estimation of land surface evapotranspiration: A Satellite Remote Sensing Procedure. Great Plains Research. 21(1):73-88.Online
Irmak, A.; Ratcliffe, I.; Ranade, P.; Kamble, B.; Mutiibwa, D.; Akasheh, O. Z.; Hydrologic Information System Team(2010); Growing Season Evapotranspiration with Satellite Remote Sensing Procedure, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2010,
Dappen, P.R., I. Ratcliffe, C. Robbins and J.W. Merchant. 2008. Mapping Agricultural Land Cover for Hydrologic Modeling in the Platte River Watershed of Nebraska. Great Plains Research, 18(1): 39-52.Online
Parker, M.D., Ratcliffe, I., Henebry, G.M. 2005. The July 2003 Dakota Hailswaths: Creation, Characteristics, and Possible Impacts. American Meteorological Society. 133: 1241-1260. Online
Segele, Z.T., Stensrub, D.J., Ratcliffe, I.C., Henebry, G.M. 2005. Influence of a Hailstreak on Boundary Layer Evolution. American Meteorological Society. 133: 942-960.Online







SNR Program Areas

  • Applied Climate and Spatial Science

Areas of Interest/Expertise

  • Remote Sensing
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)