Douglas K Bolton
Douglas K Bolton
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Boston University
Verified email at bu.edu
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Forecasting crop yield using remotely sensed vegetation indices and crop phenology metrics
DK Bolton, MA Friedl
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 173, 74-84, 2013
3542013
Characterizing residual structure and forest recovery following high-severity fire in the western boreal of Canada using Landsat time-series and airborne lidar data
DK Bolton, NC Coops, MA Wulder
Remote Sensing of Environment 163, 48-60, 2015
792015
Imaging phenology; scaling from camera plots to landscapes
W Nijland, DK Bolton, NC Coops, G Stenhouse
Remote Sensing of Environment 177, 13-20, 2016
372016
Measuring forest structure along productivity gradients in the Canadian boreal with small-footprint Lidar
DK Bolton, NC Coops, MA Wulder
Environmental monitoring and assessment 185 (8), 6617-6634, 2013
362013
Three decades of forest structural dynamics over Canada's forested ecosystems using Landsat time-series and lidar plots
G Matasci, T Hermosilla, MA Wulder, JC White, NC Coops, GW Hobart, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 216, 697-714, 2018
322018
Updating stand-level forest inventories using airborne laser scanning and Landsat time series data
DK Bolton, JC White, MA Wulder, NC Coops, T Hermosilla, X Yuan
International journal of applied earth observation and geoinformation 66 …, 2018
312018
A thirty year, fine-scale, characterization of area burned in Canadian forests shows evidence of regionally increasing trends in the last decade
NC Coops, T Hermosilla, MA Wulder, JC White, DK Bolton
PLoS One 13 (5), e0197218, 2018
292018
An automated approach to map the history of forest disturbance from insect mortality and harvest with Landsat time-series data
CSR Neigh, DK Bolton, M Diabate, JJ Williams, N Carvalhais
Remote Sensing 6 (4), 2782-2808, 2014
272014
Investigating the agreement between global canopy height maps and airborne Lidar derived height estimates over Canada
DK Bolton, NC Coops, MA Wulder
Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 39 (sup1), S139-S151, 2013
242013
Predicting temperate forest stand types using only structural profiles from discrete return airborne lidar
M Fedrigo, GJ Newnham, NC Coops, DS Culvenor, DK Bolton, ...
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 136, 106-119, 2018
192018
Continental-scale land surface phenology from harmonized Landsat 8 and Sentinel-2 imagery
DK Bolton, JM Gray, EK Melaas, M Moon, L Eklundh, MA Friedl
Remote Sensing of Environment 240, 111685, 2020
152020
Assessing variability in post‐fire forest structure along gradients of productivity in the Canadian boreal using multi‐source remote sensing
DK Bolton, NC Coops, T Hermosilla, MA Wulder, JC White
Journal of biogeography 44 (6), 1294-1305, 2017
152017
Impact of time on interpretations of forest fragmentation: Three-decades of fragmentation dynamics over Canada
T Hermosilla, MA Wulder, JC White, NC Coops, PD Pickell, DK Bolton
Remote sensing of environment 222, 65-77, 2019
142019
Daily estimates of Landsat fractional snow cover driven by MODIS and dynamic time-warping
EE Berman, DK Bolton, NC Coops, ZK Mityok, GB Stenhouse, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 216, 635-646, 2018
142018
Assessing conservation regionalization schemes: employing a beta diversity metric to test the environmental surrogacy approach
GJM Rickbeil, NC Coops, ME Andrew, DK Bolton, N Mahony, TA Nelson
Diversity and distributions 20 (5), 503-514, 2014
112014
Evidence of vegetation greening at alpine treeline ecotones: Three decades of Landsat spectral trends informed by lidar-derived vertical structure
DK Bolton, NC Coops, T Hermosilla, MA Wulder, JC White
Environmental Research Letters 13 (8), 084022, 2018
102018
Remotely-sensed productivity clusters capture global biodiversity patterns
NC Coops, SP Kearney, DK Bolton, VC Radeloff
Scientific reports 8, 2018
102018
Disentangling vegetation and climate as drivers of Australian vertebrate richness
NC Coops, GJM Rickbeil, DK Bolton, ME Andrew, NC Brouwers
Ecography 41 (7), 1147-1160, 2018
82018
Evaluating an automated approach for monitoring forest disturbances in the Pacific Northwest from logging, fire and insect outbreaks with Landsat time series data
CSR Neigh, DK Bolton, JJ Williams, M Diabate
Forests 5 (12), 3169-3198, 2014
82014
Uncovering regional variability in disturbance trends between parks and greater park ecosystems across Canada (1985–2015)
DK Bolton, NC Coops, T Hermosilla, MA Wulder, JC White, CJ Ferster
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
52019
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