Paul Aplin
Paul Aplin
Professor of Geography, Edge Hill University
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Fine spatial resolution simulated satellite sensor imagery for land cover mapping in the United Kingdom
P Aplin, PM Atkinson, PJ Curran
Remote sensing of Environment 68 (3), 206-216, 1999
Sub-pixel land cover mapping for per-field classification
P Aplin, PM Atkinson
International Journal of Remote Sensing 22 (14), 2853-2858, 2001
Fine spatial resolution satellite sensors for the next decade
P Aplin, PM Atkinson, PJ Curran
International journal of remote sensing 18 (18), 3873-3881, 1997
Remote sensing: ecology
P Aplin
Progress in Physical Geography 29 (1), 104-113, 2005
Spatial variation in land cover and choice of spatial resolution for remote sensing
PM Atkinson, P Aplin
International Journal of Remote Sensing 25 (18), 3687-3702, 2004
Per-field classification of land use using the forthcoming very fine spatial resolution satellite sensors: problems and potential solutions
P Aplin, PM Atkinson, P Curran
Wiley, 1999
On scales and dynamics in observing the environment
P Aplin
International Journal of Remote Sensing 27 (11), 2123-2140, 2006
Mapping complex urban land cover from spaceborne imagery: The influence of spatial resolution, spectral band set and classification approach
R Momeni, P Aplin, DS Boyd
Remote Sensing 8 (2), 88, 2016
Remote sensing: land cover
P Aplin
Progress in Physical Geography 28 (2), 283-293, 2004
Evaluating the potential of the forthcoming commercial US high-resolution satellite sensor imagery at the ordnance survey (R)
HM Ridley, PM Atkinson, P Aplin, JP Muller, I Dowman
Photogrammetric engineering and remote sensing 63 (8), 997-1005, 1997
Impacts of conversion of tropical peat swamp forest to oil palm plantation on peat organic chemistry, physical properties and carbon stocks
AJ Tonks, P Aplin, DJ Beriro, H Cooper, S Evers, CH Vane, S Sjögersten
Geoderma 289, 36-45, 2017
Comparison of simulated IKONOS and SPOT HRV imagery for classifying urban areas
P Aplin
Remotely sensed cities, 23-45, 2003
Advances in object-based image classification
P Aplin, GM Smith
The International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial …, 2008
Improving estimates of tropical peatland area, carbon storage, and greenhouse gas fluxes
IT Lawson, TJ Kelly, P Aplin, A Boom, G Dargie, FCH Draper, ...
Wetlands Ecology and Management 23, 327–346, 2015
Predicting missing field boundaries to increase per-field classification accuracy
P Aplin, PM Atkinson
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 70 (1), 141-149, 2004
High rates of forest loss and turnover obscured by classical landscape measures
A Altamirano, P Aplin, A Miranda, L Cayuela, AC Algar, R Field
Applied Geography 40, 199-211, 2013
Introduction to object-based landscape analysis
P Aplin, GM Smith
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 25 (6), 869-875, 2011
Greenhouse gas emissions resulting from conversion of peat swamp forest to oil palm plantation
HV Cooper, S Evers, P Aplin, N Crout, MPB Dahalan, S Sjogersten
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-8, 2020
Woody species diversity in temperate Andean forests: the need for new conservation strategies
A Altamirano, R Field, L Cayuela, P Aplin, A Lara, JM Rey-Benayas
Biological Conservation 143 (9), 2080-2091, 2010
Temperature response of ex-situ greenhouse gas emissions from tropical peatlands: Interactions between forest type and peat moisture conditions
S Sjögersten, P Aplin, V Gauci, M Peacock, A Siegenthaler, BL Turner
Geoderma 324, 47-55, 2018
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