Arden Burrell
Arden Burrell
Woodwell Climate Research Center
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Detecting dryland degradation using time series segmentation and residual trend analysis (TSS-RESTREND)
AL Burrell, JP Evans, Y Liu
Remote Sensing of Environment 197, 43-57, 2017
792017
Anthropogenic climate change has driven over 5 million km 2 of drylands towards desertification
AL Burrell, JP Evans, MG De Kauwe
Nature communications 11 (1), 1-11, 2020
482020
The impact of dataset selection on land degradation assessment
AL Burrell, JP Evans, Y Liu
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 146, 22-37, 2018
272018
The addition of temperature to the TSS-RESTREND methodology significantly improves the detection of dryland degradation
AL Burrell, JP Evans, Y Liu
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote …, 2019
62019
Mapping changes of saltmarsh and mangrove vegetation communities in Wagonga Inlet, NSW South Coast
A Burrell
32012
Post-fire recruitment failure as a driver of forest to non-forest ecosystem shifts in boreal regions
A Burrell, E Kukavskaya, R Baxter, Q Sun, K Barrett
Ecosystem Collapse and Climate Change, 69-100, 2021
12021
Annual precipitation explains variability in dryland vegetation greenness globally but not locally
AM Ukkola, MG De Kauwe, ML Roderick, A Burrell, P Lehmann, ...
Global Change Biology, 2021
2021
Climate Variability May Delay Post-Fire Recovery of Boreal Forest in Southern Siberia, Russia
Q Sun, A Burrell, K Barrett, E Kukavskaya, L Buryak, J Kaduk, R Baxter
Remote Sensing 13 (12), 2247, 2021
2021
The predictability of near-term changes in forest biomass: a case study in boreal North America
AL Burrell, SJ Goetz, S Cooperdock, R Massey, XJ Walker, MC Mack, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020, B102-12, 2020
2020
Detecting ecosystem changes by merging multiple satellite remote sensing platforms across the Arctic-boreal zone
S Potter, S Natali, BM Rogers, A Burrell, T Shestakova, E MacDonald, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020, B080-0009, 2020
2020
Downward Radiation and Limited Water Availability May Supress Forest Growth Across the Forest-Steppe Ecotone in Southern Siberia
K Bika, M Forkel, W Dorigo, A Burrell, EA Kukavskaya, K Barrett
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, B23H-2526, 2019
2019
Increases in the frequency and severity of fires is putting the southern boreal forest at risk
AL Burrell, Q Sun, R Baxter, JD Kaduk, EA Kukavskaya, KM Barrett
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, B33B-04, 2019
2019
Climate variability may delay post-fire recovery of boreal forest in southern Siberia: modelling with Landsat-derived time series data
Q Sun, R Baxter, AL Burrell, JD Kaduk, EA Kukavskaya, OP Kalenskaya, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2019, B32C-03, 2019
2019
The Addition of Temperature Significantly Improves the Detection of Land Degradation in Cold Drylands Using the TSS-RESTREND Methodology
AL Burrell, JP Evans, Y Liu
IGARSS 2018-2018 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium …, 2018
2018
Quantifying the role of climate change and land use on desertification using remote sensing
A Burrell
University of New South Wales, 2018
2018
Detecting dryland degradation through the use of Time Series Segmentation and Residual Trend analysis (TSS-RESTREND)
AL Burrell, JP Evans, Y Liu
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2017, B51G-1887, 2017
2017
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