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Joni Storie

Joni Storie Title: Associate Professor
Phone: (204) 258-3862
Office: 5L05
Building: Lockhart Hall
Email: j.storie@uwinnipeg.ca

Teaching Areas:
Regional & Physical Geography
Resource conservation and management
Geomatics (GIS & Remote Sensing)


GEOG-1305(3) Mapping in a Global World
GEOG-2316(3) Intro Remote Sensing
GEOG-3306(3) Advanced GIS
GEOG-3319(3) Advanced Remote Sensing
GEOG-4320(3) Projects in Geomatics
GEOG-4321/2(3) Topics in Geomatics I/II

Research Interests:
Land-use/Land-Cover Mapping and Monitoring
Map automation, machine learning tools and spatial statistics
Terrestrial and Aquatic Resource Management


Sokolov, M., Henry, C., Storie, J., Storie, C., Alhassan, V., & Turgeon-Pelchat, M. (2022). High-resolution semantically-consistent image-to-image translation. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing. Volume: 16, p.482 – 492, DOI: 10.1109/JSTARS.2022.3226705

Cameron, J., Storie, J., & Sims, N. (2022). Phenology impact on mangrove area estimation pre-and post a cyclone in Fiji using Sentinel-1 imagery. Journal of Coastal Conservation, 26(6), 1-12.

Murray, B. A., Sims, N., & Storie, J. (2022). Mapping mangrove alliances using historical data in Fiji. Journal of Coastal Conservation, 26(5), 1-8.https://doi.org/10.1007/s11852-022-00887-y

Joni Storie, C. D. Storie, C.J. Henry, M. Sokolov, B. Murray, J. Cameron & R-M Tsenov (2021) Basin-scale and seasonal evaluation of automated threshold methods for surface water detection, Remote Sensing Letters, 12:7, 645-653, DOI: 10.1080/2150704X.2021.1918788

Balcaen, M. and J. Storie. 2018. Identifying food swamps based on area-level socioeconomic patterning of retail food environments in Winnipeg, Canada. The Canadian Journal of Urban Studies 27(1):  p.##.

Fraser, S. and J. Storie, 2016, Using geoindicators to prioritize regional wetland locations for flood attenuation in Manitoba's Red River Basin. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing 9(8): 3578–3587.

Fraser, S., J. Sewell, J. Storie, A. Werner, C. Enns, and G. Berard. 2014. Red edge characteristics of Hudson Bay coastal vegetation. Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays 17: 23–31.

Werner, A., C. Storie and J. Storie. 2014. Evaluating SAR-optical image fusions for urban LULC classification in Vancouver Canada. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 40: 278–290.

Fraser, S. and J. Storie. 2013. A modified framework for mapping potential hydrological storage sites for flood mitigation using geospatial indicators in southern Manitoba. Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays 16: 10–23.

Werner, A., C. Enns, J. Storie, S. Fraser, J. Sewell, and G. Berard. 2013. Biophysical characteristics of coastal vegetation transition in Bird Cove, Hudson Bay. Prairie Perspectives: Geographical Essays 16: 24–33.

Bugden-Storie, J., C. Storie, and C. Burda. 2011. Mapping existing and potential rivercane (Arundinaria gigantea) habitat in western North Carolina. The Southeastern Geographer 51(1): 150–164. 

Bugden, J. L., E. Pattey, and H. McNairn. 2009. Object-based classification of multi-polarization SAR using crop and soil homogeneous zones. Canada Journal for Remote Sensing 35(2): 130–140.

Smith, A.M., P. R. Eddy, J. Bugden-Storie, E. Pattey, H. McNairn, M. Nolin, I. Perron, M. Hinther, J. Miller, and D. Haboudane. 2006. Multi-polarized radar for delineating within-field variability in corn and wheat. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing Vol. 32(4): 300–313.

Bugden, J. L., J. Andrey and P. J. Howarth. 2004. A SAR process model for land-cover mapping. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing  30(2): 195–204.