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Publications Citing Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE)

The following 6 publications cited the Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) project.

YearCitationDataset or Project
2018Berner, Logan T; Jantz, Patrick; Tape, Ken D; Goetz, Scott J (2018) Tundra plant above-ground biomass and shrub dominance mapped across the North Slope of Alaska.Environmental Research Letters. 13(3): 035002. https://.org/10.1088/1748-9326/aaaa9a
2017Carroll, Mark; Loboda, Tatiana (2017) Multi-Decadal Surface Water Dynamics in North American Tundra.Remote Sensing. 9(5): 497.
2017Fraser, Robert; van der Sluijs, Jurjen; Hall, Ronald (2017) Calibrating Satellite-Based Indices of Burn Severity from UAV-Derived Metrics of a Burned Boreal Forest in NWT, Canada.Remote Sensing. 9(3): 279.
2017Veraverbeke, Sander; Rogers, Brendan M.; Goulden, Mike L.; Jandt, Randi R.; Miller, Charles E.; Wiggins, Elizabeth B.; Randerson, James T. (2017) Lightning as a major driver of recent large fire years in North American boreal forests.Nature Climate Change. 7(7): 529-534.
2016Carroll, Mark;Wooten, Margaret;DiMiceli, Charlene;Sohlberg, Robert;Kelly, Maureen; (2016) Quantifying Surface Water Dynamics at 30 Meter Spatial Resolution in the North American High Northern Latitudes 19912011.Remote Sensing. 8(8): 622.
2016Chen, Albert;Parsekian, Andrew D.;Schaefer, Kevin;Jafarov, Elchin;Panda, Santosh;Liu, Lin;Zhang, Tingjun;Zebker, Howard; (2016) Ground-penetrating radar-derived measurements of active-layer thickness on the landscape scale with sparse calibration at Toolik and Happy Valley, Alaska.GEOPHYSICS. 81(2): H9-H19.