Steven E. Franklin
Steven E. Franklin
Trent University
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Refugia: identifying and understanding safe havens for biodiversity under climate change
G Keppel, KP Van Niel, GW Wardell‐Johnson, CJ Yates, M Byrne, ...
Global ecology and biogeography 21 (4), 393-404, 2012
A comparison of pixel-based and object-based image analysis with selected machine learning algorithms for the classification of agricultural landscapes using SPOT-5 HRG imagery
DC Duro, SE Franklin, MG Dubé
Remote sensing of environment 118, 259-272, 2012
Remote sensing for sustainable forest management
SE Franklin
CRC press, 2001
High spatial resolution remotely sensed data for ecosystem characterization
MA Wulder, RJ Hall, NC Coops, SE Franklin
BioScience 54 (6), 511-521, 2004
Remote sensing methods in medium spatial resolution satellite data land cover classification of large areas
SE Franklin, MA Wulder
Progress in Physical Geography 26 (2), 173-205, 2002
Incorporating texture into classification of forest species composition from airborne multispectral images
SE Franklin, RJ Hall, LM Moskal, AJ Maudie, MB Lavigne
International journal of remote sensing 21 (1), 61-79, 2000
Object-based analysis of Ikonos-2 imagery for extraction of forest inventory parameters
MS Chubey, SE Franklin, MA Wulder
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 72 (4), 383-394, 2006
Remote sensing of ecology, biodiversity and conservation: a review from the perspective of remote sensing specialists
K Wang, SE Franklin, X Guo, M Cattet
Sensors 10 (11), 9647-9667, 2010
Sensitivity of the thematic mapper enhanced wetness difference index to detect mountain pine beetle red-attack damage
RS Skakun, MA Wulder, SE Franklin
Remote Sensing of Environment 86 (4), 433-443, 2003
Aerial image texture information in the estimation of northern deciduous and mixed wood forest leaf area index (LAI)
MA Wulder, EF LeDrew, SE Franklin, MB Lavigne
Remote Sensing of Environment 64 (1), 64-76, 1998
Texture analysis of IKONOS panchromatic data for Douglas-fir forest age class separability in British Columbia
SE Franklin, MA Wulder, GR Gerylo
International journal of remote sensing 22 (13), 2627-2632, 2001
Multi-scale object-based image analysis and feature selection of multi-sensor earth observation imagery using random forests
DC Duro, SE Franklin, MG Dubé
International Journal of Remote Sensing 33 (14), 4502-4526, 2012
Automated derivation of geographic window sizes for use in remote sensing digital image texture analysis
SE Franklin, MA Wulder, MB Lavigne
Computers & Geosciences 22 (6), 665-673, 1996
Imaging radar for ecosystem studies
RH Waring, JB Way, ER Hunt, L Morrissey, KJ Ranson, JF Weishampel, ...
BioScience 45 (10), 715-723, 1995
Characterizing stand-level forest canopy cover and height using Landsat time series, samples of airborne LiDAR, and the Random Forest algorithm
OS Ahmed, SE Franklin, MA Wulder, JC White
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 101, 89-101, 2015
Remote sensing of forest environments: concepts and case studies
MA Wulder, SE Franklin
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Operational mapping of the land cover of the forested area of Canada with Landsat data: EOSD land cover program
MA Wulder, JA Dechka, MA Gillis, JE Luther, RJ Hall, A Beaudoin, ...
The forestry chronicle 79 (6), 1075-1083, 2003
Remote sensing for large-area habitat mapping
GJ McDermid, SE Franklin, EF LeDrew
Progress in Physical Geography 29 (4), 449-474, 2005
Using spatial co-occurrence texture to increase forest structure and species composition classification accuracy.
SE Franklin, AJ Maudie, MB Lavlgne
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 67 (7), 2001
An automated approach to the classification of the slope units using digital data
PT Giles, SE Franklin
Geomorphology 21 (3-4), 251-264, 1998
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