Richard Fournier
Richard Fournier
Professeur en géomatique appliquée, Université de Sherbrooke
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Improved general circulation models of the Martian atmosphere from the surface to above 80 km
F Forget, F Hourdin, R Fournier, C Hourdin, O Talagrand, M Collins, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 104 (E10), 24155-24175, 1999
A climate database for Mars
SR Lewis, M Collins, PL Read, F Forget, F Hourdin, R Fournier, C Hourdin, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 104 (E10), 24177-24194, 1999
A comparison of digital and film fisheye photography for analysis of forest canopy structure and gap light transmission
GW Frazer, RA Fournier, JA Trofymow, RJ Hall
Agricultural and forest meteorology 109 (4), 249-263, 2001
The structural and radiative consistency of three-dimensional tree reconstructions from terrestrial lidar
JF Côté, JL Widlowski, RA Fournier, MM Verstraete
Remote Sensing of Environment 113 (5), 1067-1081, 2009
Generalizing predictive models of forest inventory attributes using an area-based approach with airborne LiDAR data
M Bouvier, S Durrieu, RA Fournier, JP Renaud
Remote Sensing of Environment 156, 322-334, 2015
Self-organized aggregation in cockroaches
R Jeanson, C Rivault, JL Deneubourg, S Blanco, R Fournier, C Jost, ...
Animal behaviour 69 (1), 169-180, 2005
Deciphering interactions in moving animal groups
J Gautrais, F Ginelli, R Fournier, S Blanco, M Soria, H Chaté, G Theraulaz
Public Library of Science 8 (9), e1002678, 2012
A comparison of four methods to map biomass from Landsat-TM and inventory data in western Newfoundland
S Labrecque, RA Fournier, JE Luther, D Piercey
Forest Ecology and Management 226 (1-3), 129-144, 2006
Estimating leaf area distribution in savanna trees from terrestrial LiDAR measurements
M Béland, JL Widlowski, RA Fournier, JF Côté, MM Verstraete
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 151 (9), 1252-1266, 2011
Spatial patterns in ant colonies
G Theraulaz, E Bonabeau, SC Nicolis, RV Solé, V Fourcassié, S Blanco, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (15), 9645-9649, 2002
Superrotation of Venus' atmosphere analyzed with a full general circulation model
S Lebonnois, F Hourdin, V Eymet, A Crespin, R Fournier, F Forget
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 115 (E6), 2010
On seeing the wood from the leaves and the role of voxel size in determining leaf area distribution of forests with terrestrial LiDAR
M Béland, DD Baldocchi, JL Widlowski, RA Fournier, MM Verstraete
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 184, 82-97, 2014
Remote sensing and the measurement of geographical entities in a forested environment. 2. The optimal spatial resolution
DJ Marceau, DJ Gratton, RA Fournier, JP Fortin
Remote Sensing of Environment 49 (2), 105-117, 1994
An architectural model of trees to estimate forest structural attributes using terrestrial LiDAR
JF Côté, RA Fournier, R Egli
Environmental Modelling & Software 26 (6), 761-777, 2011
Mapping canopy height using a combination of digital stereo‐photogrammetry and lidar
B St‐Onge, C Vega, RA Fournier, Y Hu
International Journal of Remote Sensing 29 (11), 3343-3364, 2008
A model of animal movements in a bounded space
R Jeanson, S Blanco, R Fournier, JL Deneubourg, V Fourcassié, ...
Journal of Theoretical Biology 225 (4), 443-451, 2003
Analyzing fish movement as a persistent turning walker
J Gautrais, C Jost, M Soria, A Campo, S Motsch, R Fournier, S Blanco, ...
Journal of mathematical biology 58, 429-445, 2009
Spatially explicit large area biomass estimation: three approaches using forest inventory and remotely sensed imagery in a GIS
MA Wulder, JC White, RA Fournier, JE Luther, S Magnussen
Sensors 8 (1), 529-560, 2008
An invariance property of diffusive random walks
S Blanco, R Fournier
Europhysics Letters 61 (2), 168, 2003
A shadow fraction method for mapping biomass of northern boreal black spruce forests using QuickBird imagery
A Leboeuf, A Beaudoin, RA Fournier, L Guindon, JE Luther, MC Lambert
Remote Sensing of Environment 110 (4), 488-500, 2007
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