Itamar Lensky
Itamar Lensky
Remote Sensing Lab, Bar-Ilan University
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Satellite-based insights into precipitation formation processes in continental and maritime convective clouds
D Rosenfeld, IM Lensky
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 79 (11), 2457-2476, 1998
Clouds-aerosols-precipitation satellite analysis tool (CAPSAT)
IM Lensky, D Rosenfeld
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics Discussions 8 (2), 4765-4809, 2008
Estimation of precipitation area and rain intensity based on the microphysical properties retrieved from NOAA AVHRR data
IM Lensky, D Rosenfeld
Journal of Applied Meteorology 36 (3), 234-242, 1997
The time-space exchangeability of satellite retrieved relations between cloud top temperature and particle effective radius
IM Lensky, D Rosenfeld
The role of local land-use on the urban heat island effect of Tel Aviv as assessed from satellite remote sensing
O Rotem-Mindali, Y Michael, D Helman, IM Lensky
Applied Geography 56, 145-153, 2015
A night-rain delineation algorithm for infrared satellite data based on microphysical considerations
IM Lensky, D Rosenfeld
Journal of Applied Meteorology 42 (9), 1218-1226, 2003
Satellite-based insights into precipitation formation processes in continental and maritime convective clouds at nighttime
IM Lensky, D Rosenfeld
Journal of Applied Meteorology 42 (9), 1227-1233, 2003
Demographic and environmental risk factors for infection by Theileria equi in 590 horses in Israel
A Steinman, T Zimmerman, E Klement, IM Lensky, D Berlin, Y Gottlieb, ...
Veterinary Parasitology 187 (3-4), 558-562, 2012
High relative abundance of the stable fly Stomoxys calcitrans is associated with lumpy skin disease outbreaks in Israeli dairy farms
E Kahana‐Sutin, E Klement, I Lensky, Y Gottlieb
Medical and Veterinary Entomology 31 (2), 150-160, 2017
Relationships between climate, topography, water use and productivity in two key Mediterranean forest types with different water-use strategies
D Helman, Y Osem, D Yakir, IM Lensky
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 232, 319-330, 2017
A phenology-based method for monitoring woody and herbaceous vegetation in Mediterranean forests from NDVI time series
D Helman, IM Lensky, N Tessler, Y Osem
Remote Sensing 7 (9), 12314-12335, 2015
Prevalence of the symbiont Cardinium in Culicoides (Diptera: Ceratopogonidae) vector species is associated with land surface temperature
N Morag, E Klement, Y Saroya, I Lensky, Y Gottlieb
The FASEB Journal 26 (10), 4025-4034, 2012
Potential impacts of air pollution aerosols on precipitation in Australia
D Rosenfeld, IM Lensky, J Peterson, A Gingis
Clean Air and Environmental Quality 40 (2), 43, 2006
Detecting changes in biomass productivity in a different land management regimes in drylands using satellite‐derived vegetation index
D Helman, A Mussery, IM Lensky, S Leu
Soil use and management 30 (1), 32-39, 2014
Remote sensing of the Dead Sea surface temperature
R Nehorai, IM Lensky, NG Lensky, S Shiff
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 114 (C5), 2009
Forests growing under dry conditions have higher hydrological resilience to drought than do more humid forests
D Helman, IM Lensky, D Yakir, Y Osem
Global change biology 23 (7), 2801-2817, 2017
A satellite-based parameter to monitor the aerosol impact on convective clouds
IM Lensky, R Drori
Journal of applied meteorology and climatology 46 (5), 660-666, 2007
Continuous detection and characterization of the Sea Breeze in clear sky conditions using Meteosat Second Generation
IM Lensky, U Dayan
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 12 (14), 6505, 2012
Annual evapotranspiration retrieved from satellite vegetation indices for the eastern Mediterranean at 250 m spatial resolution
D Helman, A Givati, IM Lensky
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15 (21), 12567-12579, 2015
Estimation of olive grove canopy temperature from MODIS thermal imagery is more accurate than interpolation from meteorological stations
M Blum, IM Lensky, D Nestel
Agricultural and forest meteorology 176, 90-93, 2013
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