Robert H Fraser
Robert H Fraser
Canada Centre for Remote Sensing, Natural Resources Canada
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Hotspot and NDVI differencing synergy (HANDS): A new technique for burned area mapping over boreal forest
RH Fraser, Z Li, J Cihlar
Remote sensing of environment 74 (3), 362-376, 2000
Vegetation burning in the year 2000: Global burned area estimates from SPOT VEGETATION data
K Tansey, JM Grégoire, D Stroppiana, A Sousa, J Silva, JMC Pereira, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 109 (D14), 2004
The species richness-energy hypothesis in a system where historical factors are thought to prevail: coral reefs
RH Fraser, DJ Currie
The American Naturalist 148 (1), 138-159, 1996
Increased precipitation drives mega slump development and destabilization of ice-rich permafrost terrain, northwestern Canada
SV Kokelj, J Tunnicliffe, D Lacelle, TC Lantz, KS Chin, R Fraser
Global and Planetary Change 129, 56-68, 2015
Warming-induced shrub expansion and lichen decline in the Western Canadian Arctic
RH Fraser, TC Lantz, I Olthof, SV Kokelj, RA Sims
Ecosystems 17, 1151-1168, 2014
Estimating fire-related parameters in boreal forest using SPOT VEGETATION
RH Fraser, Z Li
Remote sensing of Environment 82 (1), 95-110, 2002
A review of AVHRR-based active fire detection algorithms: Principles, limitations, and recommendations
Z Li, YJ Kaufman, C Ichoku, R Fraser, A Trishchenko, L Giglio, J Jin, X Yu
Global and regional vegetation fire monitoring from space, planning and …, 2001
Detecting long-term changes to vegetation in northern Canada using the Landsat satellite image archive
RH Fraser, I Olthof, M Carrière, A Deschamps, D Pouliot
Environmental Research Letters 6 (4), 045502, 2011
UAV photogrammetry for mapping vegetation in the low-Arctic
RH Fraser, I Olthof, TC Lantz, C Schmitt
Arctic Science 2 (3), 79-102, 2016
A method for detecting large-scale forest cover change using coarse spatial resolution imagery
RH Fraser, A Abuelgasim, R Latifovic
Remote sensing of environment 95 (4), 414-427, 2005
Monitoring land cover change and ecological integrity in Canada's national parks
RH Fraser, I Olthof, D Pouliot
Remote Sensing of Environment 113 (7), 1397-1409, 2009
Automatic detection of fire smoke using artificial neural networks and threshold approaches applied to AVHRR imagery
Z Li, A Khananian, RH Fraser, J Cihlar
IEEE Transactions on geoscience and remote sensing 39 (9), 1859-1870, 2001
Predicting stream pathogen loading from livestock using a geographical information system‐based delivery model
RH Fraser, PK Barten, DAK Pinney
Journal of Environmental Quality 27 (4), 935-945, 1998
Estimating direct carbon emissions from Canadian wildland fires1
WJ De Groot, R Landry, WA Kurz, KR Anderson, P Englefield, RH Fraser, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 16 (5), 593-606, 2007
Distribution and growth of thaw slumps in the Richardson Mountains–Peel Plateau region, northwestern Canada
D Lacelle, A Brooker, RH Fraser, SV Kokelj
Geomorphology 235, 40-51, 2015
SPOT VEGETATION for characterizing boreal forest fires
RH Fraser, Z Li, R Landry
International Journal of Remote Sensing 21 (18), 3525-3532, 2000
Mapping insect‐induced tree defoliation and mortality using coarse spatial resolution satellite imagery
RH Fraser, R Latifovic
International Journal of Remote Sensing 26 (1), 193-200, 2005
Permafrost terrain dynamics and infrastructure impacts revealed by UAV photogrammetry and thermal imaging
J Van der Sluijs, SV Kokelj, RH Fraser, J Tunnicliffe, D Lacelle
Remote Sensing 10 (11), 1734, 2018
Comparative analysis of daytime fire detection algorithms using AVHRR data for the 1995 fire season in Canada: Perspective for MODIS
C Ichoku, YJ Kaufman, L Giglio, Z Li, RH Fraser, JZ Jin, WM Park
International Journal of Remote Sensing 24 (8), 1669-1690, 2003
A global inventory of burned areas at 1 km resolution for the year 2000 derived from SPOT VEGETATION data
K Tansey, JM GrÉgoire, E Binaghi, L Boschetti, PA Brivio, D Ershov, ...
Climatic Change 67, 345-377, 2004
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