Svoray T., Atkinson PM. 2013. Geoinformatics and Water-Erosion Processes. Geomorphology. vol. 183, pp. 1-4. PDF

Svoray T., Perevolotsky A., Atkinson PM. 2013. Ecological sustainability in rangelands: the contribution of remote sensing. International Journal of Remote Sensing, vol. 34:17, pp. 6216-6242. PDF

Shafran-Nathan R., Svoray T., Perevolotsky A. 2013. Continuous droughts effect on herbaceous vegetation cover and productivity in rangelands: Results from close-range photography and spatial analysis. International Journal of Remote Sensing. vol. 34:17, pp.6263-6281. PDF

Winter-Livneh, R., Svoray, T., Gilead, I. 2013. Shape Reproducibility and architectural symmetry during the Chalcolithic period in the southern Levant. Journal of Archaeological Science. vol 40, pp. 1340-1353. PDF

Shafran-Nathan R., Svoray T., Perevolotsky A. 2013. The resilience of annual vegetation primary production subjected to different climate change scenarios. Climatic Change. vol. 118, pp. 227-243. PDF

Winter, R, Svoray, T, Gilead, I. 2012. Secondary burial cemeteries, visibility and land tenure: a view from the southern Levant Chalcolithic period. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, vol. 31, pp. 423-438. PDF

Sela, S., T. Svoray, and S. Assouline (2012), Soil water content variability at the hillslope scale: Impact of surface sealing, Water Resour. Res., 48 , W03522, doi: 10.1029/2011WR011297. PDF

Svoray, T., E. Michailov, A. Cohen, L. Rokah, and A. Sturm (2012), Predicting gully initiation: comparing data mining techniques, analytical hierarchy processes and the topographic threshold, Earth Surf. Process. Landforms, 37(6), 607-619, doi: 10.1002/esp.2273. PDF

Har Gil, D, Bonif, D.J., Svoray, T. 2011. Multi scale analysis of the factors inlfuencin wheat quality as determined by Gluten Index. Field Crops Research. vol. 123, pp. 1–9. PDF

Livne, E, and Svoray, T. 2011. Components of uncertainty in primary production model: the study of DEM, classification and location error. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, Vol.25,No.3,pp.,473–488. PDF

Svoray, T, and Karnieli, A. 2010. Rainfall, topography and primary production relationships in a semiarid ecosystem. Ecohydrology. PDF

Bowman D, Svoray T, Devora S, Shapira I, Laronne J. 2010. Extreme rates of channel incision and shape evolution in response to a continuous, rapid base level fall at the Dead Sea, Israel. Geomorphology.  vol. 114, pp. 227-237. PDF

Svoray T, Ben-said S. 2010. Multi-criteria analysis of soil loss, water ponding and sediment logging in a Mediterranean agricultural catchment. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 35(2), 202-216, doi: 10.1002/esp.1901 . PDF

Winter-Livneh R, Svoray T, Gilead I. 2010. Settlement patterns, social complexity and agricultural strategies during the Chalcolithic period in the Northern Negev, Israel. Journal of Archaeological Science. vol. 37, pp.284-294. PDF

Shafran-Nathan, R., Svoray T, Perevolotsky, A. 2009. Scenarios for the assessment of herbaceous vegetation response to changes in rainfall and temperature: Spatio-temporal GIS-based model. Ofakim Begeographia. Vol. 72, pp. 141-161. (In Hebrew). PDF

Svoray T, Benenson I.2009. Scale and adequacy of environmental microsimulation. Ecological Complexity vol. 6, pp. 77-79. PDF

Svoray, T., Markovitch, H., 2009 Catchment scale analysis of the effect of topography, tillage direction and unpaved roads on ephemeral gully incision. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms – vol. 34 – pp 1970-1984. PDF

Stern, E., Gudes, O., Svoray, T., 2009 Web-Based and Traditional Public Participation in Comprehensive Planning: A Comparative Study. Environment and Planning B – vol. 36 – pp 1067 – 1085. PDF

Cohen, S., Svoray, T., Laronne, J. B., - 2008. FuDSEM: a temporally dynamic catchment scale soil erosion model based on fuzzy logic.  Journal of Hydrology – vol. 356/1-2 pp 185-198. PDF

Svoray, T., Shafran-Nathan, R., Henkin, Z., Perevolotsky, A., 2008. Spatially and temporally explicit modeling of conditions for primary production of annuals in dry environments. Ecological Modelling  - vol  218 pp 339-353. PDF

Svoray, T., Karnieli, A., Dedieu, G. - 2008 Satellite evidence of a topographic sink-source system in a small semiarid watershed.  International Journal of Remote Sensing – vol. 29 – pp 609-616. PDF

Karnieli, A., Gilead, U., Poznet, M., Svoray, T., Mirzadinov, R., Fedorina, O., 2008 Assesing land cover change and degradation in the central Asian deserts using satelite image processing and geostatistical methods. Journal of Arid Environments – vol. 72 – pp 2093-2105. PDF

Ackermann, O., Svoray, T., Haiman, T., 2008 Calculating runoff contribution of Nari (calcrete) outcrop ancient agricultural terraces in the Shephelah, Israel, using digital terrain analysis and a geoarchaeological field survey. Journal of Archaeological Science – vol. 35 - pp 930-941. PDF

Svoray, T., Mazor, S., Bar, P. 2007 How is shrub cover related to soil moisture and patch geometry in the fragmented landscape of the Northern Negev desert? Landscape Ecology – vol. 22 - pp 105-116. PDF

A. Arnon, E.D. Ungar, T. Svoray, M. Shachak, J. Blankman, A. Perevolotsky, 2007 The application of remote sensing to study shrub–herbaceous relations at a high spatial resolution. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences – vol. 55 - pp 73-82. PDF

Volcani, A., Karnieli, A., Svoray, T. 2005  The use of remote sensing and GIS for spatio-temporal analysis of the physiological state of a semi-arid forest with respect to drought years   Forest Ecology and Management. - vol. 215 - pp 239-250. PDF

Svoray, T., and Carmel, Y. 2005  Empirical method for topographic correction in aerial photographs IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters - vol. 2 - pp 211-215.

Svoray, T., Bar [Kutiel], P., and Bannet, T. 2005 Urban land-use allocation in a Mediterranean Ecotone: Habitat Heterogeneity Model  incorporated in a GIS using multi-criteria mechanism  Landscape and Urban Planning - vol. 72/4 - pp 337-351. PDF

Svoray, T., Bar-Yamin Gancharski, S., Henkin, Z., and Gutman, M. 2004 Assessment of herbaceous plant habitats in water-constrained environments: Predicting indirect effects with fuzzy logic Ecological Modelling - vol.180 - pp.537-556. PDF

Svoray T., and Shoshany, M. 2004 SAR based analysis of intrinsic properties of four Mediterranean soil formations: Spatio-temporal patterns of drying rates. Remote Sensing of Environment - vol.92 - pp.233-246. PDF

Svoray, T. 2004  Integrating automatically processed SPOT HRV Pan imagery in a DEM-based procedure for channel network extraction International Journal of Remote Sensing - vol.25 - pp.3541-3547. PDF

Svoray, T., and Shoshany, M. 2003  Merging unmixed landsat TM data in a semi-empirical SAR model to retrieve  herbaceous vegetation biomass in a heterogeneous environment IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing - vol.41 - pp. 1592-1601.

Svoray, T., Shoshany, M., and Perevolotsky, A. 2003. Monitoring the response of spatially complex vegetation formations to human intervention: A case study from Mediterranean rangelands Journal of Mediterranean Ecology - vol.4 - pp. 3-12. PDF

Svoray, T., and Shoshany, M. 2002 SAR-based estimation of areal aboveground biomass (AAB) of herbaceous vegetation in the semi-arid zone of Israel: a modification of the Water-Cloud Model  International Journal of Remote Sensing - vol. 23 - pp.4089-4100. PDF

Svoray, T. 2002 The current status of GI approaches in human geography: A review of  mainstream journals Geography Research Forum - vol.22 - pp.4-22. PDF

Shoshany, M., and Svoray, T. 2002 Multidate spectral unmixing and its application to analysis of ecosystem transitions along a climatic gradient Remote Sensing of Environment - vol.82 - pp.5-20. PDF

Svoray, T., Shoshany, M., Curran, P., Foody, G., and Perevolotsky, A. 2001 Relationship between green leaf biomass volumetric density and ERS-2 SAR backscatter of four vegetation formations in the semi-arid zone of Israel. International Journal of Remote Sensing - vol.22 - pp.1601-1607. PDF

Shoshany, M., Svoray, T., Curran, P., Foody, G., and Perevolotsky, A. - 2000 Normalized ERS-2 SAR backscatter soil moisture index (NBMI): an empirical  generalisation from a semi-arid transect.  International Journal of Remote Sensing - vol.21 - pp.2337-2343. PDF

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