Philip A. Townsend
Philip A. Townsend
Professor of Forest & Wildlife Ecology, University of Wisconsin
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TitleCited byYear
Modeling floodplain inundation using an integrated GIS with radar and optical remote sensing
PA Townsend, SJ Walsh
Geomorphology 21 (3-4), 295-312, 1998
3021998
Remote sensing change detection tools for natural resource managers: Understanding concepts and tradeoffs in the design of landscape monitoring projects
RE Kennedy, PA Townsend, JE Gross, WB Cohen, P Bolstad, YQ Wang, ...
Remote sensing of environment 113 (7), 1382-1396, 2009
2892009
Changes in the extent of surface mining and reclamation in the Central Appalachians detected using a 1976–2006 Landsat time series
PA Townsend, DP Helmers, CC Kingdon, BE McNeil, KM de Beurs, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 113 (1), 62-72, 2009
1952009
Remote sensing of forested wetlands: application of multitemporal and multispectral satellite imagery to determine plant community composition and structure in southeastern USA
PA Townsend, SJ Walsh
Plant Ecology 157 (2), 129-149, 2001
1912001
Observing terrestrial ecosystems and the carbon cycle from space
D Schimel, R Pavlick, JB Fisher, GP Asner, S Saatchi, P Townsend, ...
Global Change Biology 21 (5), 1762-1776, 2015
1802015
Mapping seasonal flooding in forested wetlands using multi-temporal Radarsat SAR
PA Townsend
Photogrammetric engineering and remote sensing 67 (7), 857-864, 2001
1672001
Application of imaging spectroscopy to mapping canopy nitrogen in the forests of the central Appalachian Mountains using Hyperion and AVIRIS
PA Townsend, JR Foster, RA Chastain, WS Currie
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 41 (6), 1347-1354, 2003
1482003
Temperature-driven range expansion of an irruptive insect heightened by weakly coevolved plant defenses
KF Raffa, EN Powell, PA Townsend
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (6), 2193-2198, 2013
1462013
Estimating the effect of gypsy moth defoliation using MODIS
KM De Beurs, PA Townsend
Remote Sensing of Environment 112 (10), 3983-3990, 2008
1352008
Leaf optical properties reflect variation in photosynthetic metabolism and its sensitivity to temperature
SP Serbin, DN Dillaway, EL Kruger, PA Townsend
Journal of Experimental Botany 63 (1), 489-502, 2011
1342011
Spectroscopic determination of leaf morphological and biochemical traits for northern temperate and boreal tree species
SP Serbin, A Singh, BE McNeil, CC Kingdon, PA Townsend
Ecological Applications 24 (7), 1651-1669, 2014
1302014
The future of evapotranspiration: Global requirements for ecosystem functioning, carbon and climate feedbacks, agricultural management, and water resources
JB Fisher, F Melton, E Middleton, C Hain, M Anderson, R Allen, ...
Water Resources Research 53 (4), 2618-2626, 2017
1282017
Estimation of forest structural parameters using 5 and 10 meter SPOT-5 satellite data
PT Wolter, PA Townsend, BR Sturtevant
Remote Sensing of Environment 113 (9), 2019-2036, 2009
1242009
Relationships between forest structure and the detection of flood inundation in forested wetlands using C-band SAR
PA Townsend
International Journal of Remote Sensing 23 (3), 443-460, 2002
1152002
A quantitative fuzzy approach to assess mapped vegetation classifications for ecological applications
PA Townsend
Remote Sensing of Environment 72 (3), 253-267, 2000
1102000
Estimating forest structure in wetlands using multitemporal SAR
PA Townsend
Remote Sensing of Environment 79 (2-3), 288-304, 2002
952002
Spatial pattern analysis for monitoring protected areas
PA Townsend, TR Lookingbill, CC Kingdon, RH Gardner
Remote sensing of environment 113 (7), 1410-1420, 2009
902009
Imaging spectroscopy algorithms for mapping canopy foliar chemical and morphological traits and their uncertainties
A Singh, SP Serbin, BE McNeil, CC Kingdon, PA Townsend
Ecological Applications 25 (8), 2180-2197, 2015
852015
Land use–land cover conversion, regeneration and degradation in the high elevation Bolivian Andes
JS Brandt, PA Townsend
Landscape Ecology 21 (4), 607-623, 2006
822006
Remote sensing of the distribution and abundance of host species for spruce budworm in Northern Minnesota and Ontario
PT Wolter, PA Townsend, BR Sturtevant, CC Kingdon
Remote Sensing of Environment 112 (10), 3971-3982, 2008
792008
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