Doug King
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Derivation and validation of Canada-wide coarse-resolution leaf area index maps using high-resolution satellite imagery and ground measurements
JM Chen, G Pavlic, L Brown, J Cihlar, SG Leblanc, HP White, RJ Hall, ...
Remote sensing of environment 80 (1), 165-184, 2002
Automated tree crown detection and delineation in high-resolution digital camera imagery of coniferous forest regeneration
DA Pouliot, DJ King, FW Bell, DG Pitt
Remote sensing of environment 82 (2-3), 322-334, 2002
Farmlands with smaller crop fields have higher within-field biodiversity
L Fahrig, J Girard, D Duro, J Pasher, A Smith, S Javorek, D King, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 200, 219-234, 2015
Comparison of pixel-and object-based classification in land cover change mapping
L Dingle Robertson, DJ King
International journal of remote sensing 32 (6), 1505-1529, 2011
Understanding forest health with remote sensing-part I—a review of spectral traits, processes and remote-sensing characteristics
A Lausch, S Erasmi, DJ King, P Magdon, M Heurich
Remote Sensing 8 (12), 1029, 2016
Spatial analysis of radiometric fractions from high-resolution multispectral imagery for modelling individual tree crown and forest canopy structure and health
J Lévesque, DJ King
Remote Sensing of Environment 84 (4), 589-602, 2003
Airborne multispectral digital camera and video sensors: a critical review of system designs and applications
DJ King
Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 21 (3), 245-273, 1995
Understanding forest health with remote sensing-part II—A review of approaches and data models
A Lausch, S Erasmi, DJ King, P Magdon, M Heurich
Remote Sensing 9 (2), 129, 2017
Optimizing landscape selection for estimating relative effects of landscape variables on ecological responses
J Pasher, SW Mitchell, DJ King, L Fahrig, AC Smith, KE Lindsay
Landscape Ecology 28, 371-383, 2013
Airborne videography: current status and future perspectives
PW Mausel, JH Everitt, DE Escobar, DJ King
Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 58 (8), 1189-1195, 1992
Airborne digital camera image semivariance for evaluation of forest structural damage at an acid mine site
J Lévesque, DJ King
Remote Sensing of Environment 68 (2), 112-124, 1999
Mapping forest growth and decline in a temperate mixed forest using temporal trend analysis of Landsat imagery, 1987–2010
CJ Czerwinski, DJ King, SW Mitchell
Remote Sensing of Environment 141, 188-200, 2014
Development and evaluation of an automated tree detection delineation algorithm for monitoring regenerating coniferous forests
DA Pouliot, DJ King, DG Pitt
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 35 (10), 2332-2345, 2005
Mapping deciduous forest ice storm damage using Landsat and environmental data
I Olthof, DJ King, RA Lautenschlager
Remote Sensing of Environment 89 (4), 484-496, 2004
The impacts of environmental variables on water reflectance measured using a lightweight unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)-based spectrometer system
C Zeng, M Richardson, DJ King
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 130, 217-230, 2017
Approaches for optimal automated individual tree crown detection in regenerating coniferous forests
D Pouliot, D King
Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 31 (3), 255-267, 2005
Mapping dead wood distribution in a temperate hardwood forest using high resolution airborne imagery
J Pasher, DJ King
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (7), 1536-1548, 2009
Estimating the extent of near‐surface permafrost using remote sensing, Mackenzie Delta, Northwest Territories
TN Nguyen, CR Burn, DJ King, SL Smith
Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 20 (2), 141-153, 2009
Multivariate forest structure modelling and mapping using high resolution airborne imagery and topographic information
J Pasher, DJ King
Remote Sensing of Environment 114 (8), 1718-1732, 2010
Sugar maple decline assessment based on spectral and textural analysis of multispectral aerial videography
X Yuan, D King, J Vlcek
Remote Sensing of Environment 37 (1), 47-54, 1991
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