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Coops, Nicholas C., Hilker, Thomas, Hall, Forrest G., Nichol, Caroline J. and Drolet, Guillaume G. (2010) Estimation of light-use efficiency of terrestrial ecosystems from space: a status report BioScience, 60, (10), pp. 788-797. (doi:10.1525/bio.2010.60.10.5).


Darby, Stephen E. and Carling, P.A. (2010) A physically based model to predict hydraulic erosion of fine?grained riverbanks: the role of form roughness in limiting erosion Journal of Geophysical Research, 115, F04003-[20pp].


Hilker, Thomas, Hall, Forrest G., Coops, Nicholas C., Lyapustin, Alexei, Wang, Yujie, Nesic, Zoran, Grant, Nick, Black, T. Andrew, Wulder, Michael A., Kljun, Natascha, Hopkinson, Chris and Chasmer, Laura (2010) Remote sensing of photosynthetic light-use efficiency across two forested biomes: Spatial scaling Remote Sensing of Environment, 114, (12), pp. 2863-2874. (doi:10.1016/j.rse.2010.07.004).

Hilker, Thomas, Nesic, Zoran, Coops, Nicholas C. and Lessard, Dominic (2010) A new, automated, multiangular radiometer instrument for tower-based observations of canopy reflectance (AMSPEC II) Instrumentation Science Technology, 38, (5), pp. 319-340. (doi:10.1080/10739149.2010.508357).


Watts, Jennifer D., Powell, Scott L., Lawrence, Rick L. and Hilker, Thomas (2010) Improved classification of conservation tillage adoption using high temporal and synthetic satellite imagery Remote Sensing of Environment, 115, (1), pp. 66-75. (doi:10.1016/j.rse.2010.08.005).

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