Angela Harris
Angela Harris
Senior Lecturer in Remote Sensing, University of Manchester
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Leaf wax n-alkane distributions in arid zone South African flora: environmental controls, chemotaxonomy and palaeoecological implications
AS Carr, A Boom, HL Grimes, BM Chase, ME Meadows, A Harris
Organic Geochemistry 67, 72-84, 2014
Monitoring seasonal and diurnal changes in photosynthetic pigments with automated PRI and NDVI sensors
JA Gamon, O Kovalchuck, CYS Wong, A Harris, SR Garrity
Biogeosciences 12, 4149-4159, 2015
The potential of the MERIS Terrestrial Chlorophyll Index for carbon flux estimation
A Harris, J Dash
Remote Sensing of environment 114 (8), 1856-1862, 2010
Detecting near-surface moisture stress in Sphagnum spp.
A Harris, RG Bryant, AJ Baird
Remote Sensing of Environment 97 (3), 371-381, 2005
A multi-scale remote sensing approach for monitoring northern peatland hydrology: Present possibilities and future challenges
A Harris, RG Bryant
Journal of environmental management 90 (7), 2178-2188, 2009
Mapping the effects of water stress on Sphagnum: Preliminary observations using airborne remote sensing
A Harris, RG Bryant, AJ Baird
Remote Sensing of Environment 100 (3), 363-378, 2006
Spectral reflectance and photosynthetic properties of Sphagnum mosses exposed to progressive drought
A Harris
Ecohydrology: Ecosystems, Land and Water Process Interactions …, 2008
Hyperspectral remote sensing of peatland floristic gradients
A Harris, R Charnock, RM Lucas
Remote Sensing of Environment 162, 99-111, 2015
Remote sensing of vegetation cover dynamics and resilience across southern Africa
A Harris, AS Carr, J Dash
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 28 …, 2014
The potentials of Sentinel-2 and LandSat-8 data in green infrastructure extraction, using object based image analysis (OBIA) method
SM Labib, A Harris
European Journal of Remote Sensing 51 (1), 231-240, 2018
Retrieval of the photochemical reflectance index for assessing xanthophyll cycle activity: a comparison of near-surface optical sensors
A Harris, JA Gamon, GZ Pastorello, CYS Wong
Biogeosciences 11, 6277-6292, 2015
Do peatland microforms move through time? Examining the developmental history of a patterned peatland using ground‐penetrating radar
N Kettridge, A Binley, X Comas, NJ Cassidy, AJ Baird, A Harris, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 117 (G3), 2012
A new approach for estimating northern peatland gross primary productivity using a satellite‐sensor‐derived chlorophyll index
A Harris, J Dash
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 116 (G4), 2011
Northern peatland vegetation and the carbon cycle: A remote sensing approach
A Harris, RG Bryant
Carbon cycling in northern peatlands 184, 79-98, 2009
Constitutive changes in pigment concentrations: implications for estimating isoprene emissions using the photochemical reflectance index
A Harris, SM Owen, D Sleep, MGS Pereira
Physiologia Plantarum 156, 190-200, 2015
Characterizing fractional vegetation cover and land surface temperature based on sub-pixel fractional impervious surfaces from Landsat TM/ETM+
Y Zhang, A Harris, H Balzter
International Journal of Remote Sensing 36 (16), 2015
Microtopographic drivers of vegetation patterning in blanket peatlands recovering from erosion
A Harris, AJ Baird
Ecosystems 22 (5), 1035-1054, 2019
India’s contribution to mitigating the impacts of climate change through vegetation management
J Dash, MD Behera, C Jeganathan, CS Jha, S Sharma, R Lucas, ...
Tropical Ecology, 1-4, 2020
EnRoot: a narrow-diameter, inexpensive and partially 3D-printable minirhizotron for imaging fine root production
M Arnaud, AJ Baird, PJ Morris, A Harris, JJ Huck
Plant methods 15 (1), 101, 2019
An Assessment of the Potential of Optical Remote Sensing as a Tool for the Measurement of Hydrological Conditions in Northern Peatlands
A Harris
University of Sheffield, Department of Geography, 2005
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