Christos Karydas
Christos Karydas
Ecodevelopment S.A.
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Multi-temporal soil erosion risk assessment in N. Chalkidiki using a modified USLE raster model
IZ Gitas, K Douros, C Minakou, GN Silleos, CG Karydas
EARSel eproceedings 8 (1), 40-52, 2009
A classification of water erosion models according to their geospatial characteristics
CG Karydas, P Panagos, IZ Gitas
International Journal of Digital Earth 7 (3), 229-250, 2012
Measuring, modelling and managing gully erosion at large scales: A state of the art
M Vanmaercke, P Panagos, T Vanwalleghem, A Hayas, S Foerster, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 218, 103637, 2021
Quantification and site-specification of the support practice factor when mapping soil erosion risk associated with olive plantations in the Mediterranean island of Crete
CG Karydas, T Sekuloska, GN Silleos
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 149, 19-28, 2009
Seasonal monitoring of soil erosion at regional scale: An application of the G2 model in Crete focusing on agricultural land uses
P Panagos, C Karydas, C Ballabio, I Gitas
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 27 …, 2013
Monthly soil erosion monitoring based on remotely sensed biophysical parameters: a case study in Strymonas river basin towards a functional pan-European service
P Panagos, CG Karydas, IZ Gitas, L Montanarella
International Journal of Digital Earth 5 (6), 461-487, 2012
Evaluation of spatial interpolation techniques for mapping agricultural topsoil properties in Crete
CG Karydas, IZ Gitas, E Koutsogiannaki, N Lydakis-Simantiris, GN Silleos
EARSeL eProceedings 8 (1), 26-39, 2009
The G2 erosion model: An algorithm for month-time step assessments
CG Karydas, P Panagos
Environmental research 161, 256-267, 2018
Decision Fusion Based on Hyperspectral and Multispectral Satellite Imagery for Accurate Forest Species Mapping
D Stavrakoudis, E Dragozi, I Gitas, C Karydas
Remote Sensing 6, 6897-6928, 2014
Towards an Assessment of the Ephemeral Gully Erosion Potential in Greece Using Google Earth
C Karydas, P Panagos
Water 12 (2), 603, 2020
Modelling monthly soil losses and sediment yields in Cyprus
C Karydas, P Panagos
International Journal of Digital Earth, 21, 2016
Country-scale spatio-temporal monitoring of soil erosion in Iran using the G2 model
S Mohammadi, F Balouei, K Haji, A Khaledi Darvishan, CG Karydas
International Journal of Digital Earth 14 (8), 1019-1039, 2021
A new spatiotemporal risk index for heavy metals: application in Cyprus
CG Karydas, O Tzoraki, P Panagos
Water 7 (8), 4323-4342, 2015
Advances in soil erosion modelling through remote sensing data availability at European scale
P Panagos, C Karydas, P Borrelli, C Ballabio, K Meusburger
Second International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of the …, 2014
Prediction of antioxidant activity of cherry fruits from UAS multispectral imagery using machine learning
C Karydas, M Iatrou, D Kouretas, A Patouna, G Iatrou, N Lazos, S Gewehr, ...
Antioxidants 9 (2), 156, 2020
Mapping Spatio-Temporal Soil Erosion Patterns in the Candelaro River Basin, Italy, Using the G2 Model With Sentinel2 Imagery
C Karydas, O Bouarour, P Zdruli
Geosciences 10 (89), 2020
Development of an IKONOS image classification rule-set for multi-scale mapping of Mediterranean rural landscapes
CG Karydas, IZ Gitas
International journal of remote sensing 32 (24), 9261-9277, 2011
Optimization of multi-scale segmentation of satellite imagery using fractal geometry
CG Karydas
International Journal of Remote Sensing 41 (8), 2905-2933, 2019
Olive plantation mapping on a sub-tree scale with object-based image analysis of multispectral UAV data; Operational potential in tree stress monitoring
C Karydas, S Gewehr, M Iatrou, G Iatrou, S Mourelatos
Journal of Imaging 3 (4), 57, 2017
Fine scale mapping of agricultural landscape features to be used in environmental risk assessment in an olive cultivation area
CG Karydas, T Sekuloska, I Sarakiotis
IASME Transactions 2 (4), 582-589, 2005
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