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Publications Citing ABoVE: Hyperspectral Imagery from AVIRIS-NG, Alaskan and Canadian Arctic, 2017-2019

The following 6 publications cited the product ABoVE: Hyperspectral Imagery from AVIRIS-NG, Alaskan and Canadian Arctic, 2017-2019.

Year Citation
2023 Clark, J.A., K.D. Tape, L. Baskaran, C. Elder, C. Miller, K. Miner, J.A. O’Donnell, and B.M. Jones. 2023. Do beaver ponds increase methane emissions along Arctic tundra streams? Environmental Research Letters. 18(7):075004.
2023 Ouerfelli, M., M. Tamaazousti, and V. Rivasseau. 2023. Selective multiple power iteration: from tensor PCA to gradient-based exploration of landscapes. The European Physical Journal Special Topics.
2023 Yoseph, E., E. Hoy, C.D. Elder, S.M. Ludwig, D.R. Thompson, and C.E. Miller. 2023. Tundra fire increases the likelihood of methane hotspot formation in the Yukon–Kuskokwim Delta, Alaska, USA. Environmental Research Letters. 18(10):104042.
2021 Douglas, T.A. and C. Zhang. 2021. Machine learning analyses of remote sensing measurements establish strong relationships between vegetation and snow depth in the boreal forest of Interior Alaska. Environmental Research Letters. 16(6):065014.
2020 Smith, C.W., S.K. Panda, U.S. Bhatt, F.J. Meyer, and R.W. Haan. 2020. Improved Vegetation and Wildfire Fuel Type Mapping Using NASA AVIRIS-NG Hyperspectral Data, Interior AK. 1307-1310.
2019 Miller, C.E., P.C. Griffith, S.J. Goetz, E.E. Hoy, N. Pinto, I.B. McCubbin, A.K. Thorpe, M. Hofton, D. Hodkinson, C. Hansen, J. Woods, E. Larson, E.S. Kasischke, and H.A. Margolis. 2019. An overview of ABoVE airborne campaign data acquisitions and science opportunities. Environmental Research Letters. 14(8):080201.