Jamie D. Shutler
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On a large sequence-based human gait database
JD Shutler, MG Grant, MS Nixon, JN Carter
3152002
Data-based estimates of the ocean carbon sink variability–first results of the Surface Ocean pCO2 Mapping intercomparison (SOCOM)
C Rödenbeck, DCE Bakker, N Gruber, Y Iida, AR Jacobson, S Jones, ...
Biogeosciences 12, 7251-7278, 2015
1622015
A large and prolonged bloom of Karenia mikimotoi in Scottish waters in 2006
K Davidson, P Miller, TA Wilding, J Shutler, E Bresnan, K Kennington, ...
Harmful algae 8 (2), 349-361, 2009
1202009
Statistical gait description via temporal moments
JD Shutler, MS Nixon, CJ Harris
4th IEEE southwest symposium on image analysis and interpretation, 291-295, 2000
1012000
Zernike Velocity Moments for Description and Recognition of Moving Shapes.
JD Shutler, MS Nixon
BMVC, 1-10, 2001
872001
Spatial assessment of intertidal seagrass meadows using optical imaging systems and a lightweight drone
JP Duffy, L Pratt, K Anderson, PE Land, JD Shutler
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 200, 169-180, 2018
832018
Variability in specific-absorption properties and their use in a semi-analytical ocean colour algorithm for MERIS in North Sea and Western English Channel Coastal Waters
GH Tilstone, SWM Peters, HJ van der Woerd, MA Eleveld, K Ruddick, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 118, 320-338, 2012
792012
Location, location, location: considerations when using lightweight drones in challenging environments
JP Duffy, AM Cunliffe, L DeBell, C Sandbrook, SA Wich, JD Shutler, ...
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 4 (1), 7-19, 2018
752018
Phytoplankton functional types from Space.
S Sathyendranath
International Ocean Colour Coordinating Group (IOCCG), 2014
682014
SeaWiFS discrimination of harmful algal bloom evolution
PI Miller, JD Shutler, GF Moore, SB Groom
International Journal of Remote Sensing 27 (11), 2287-2301, 2006
632006
Zernike velocity moments for sequence-based description of moving features
JD Shutler, MS Nixon
Image and Vision Computing 24 (4), 343-356, 2006
572006
An assessment of chlorophyll-a algorithms available for SeaWiFS in coastal and open areas of the Bay of Bengal and Arabian Sea
GH Tilstone, IM Angel-Benavides, Y Pradhan, JD Shutler, S Groom, ...
Remote sensing of environment 115 (9), 2277-2291, 2011
522011
New advances in automatic gait recognition
MS Nixon, JN Carter, JD Shutler, MG Grant
Information Security Technical Report 7 (4), 23-35, 2002
512002
On the calculation of air‐sea fluxes of CO2 in the presence of temperature and salinity gradients
DK Woolf, PE Land, JD Shutler, LM Goddijn‐Murphy, CJ Donlon
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 121 (2), 1229-1248, 2016
432016
Coccolithophore surface distributions in the North Atlantic and their modulation of the air-sea flux of CO2 from 10 years of satellite Earth observation data
JD Shutler, PE Land, CW Brown, HS Findlay, CJ Donlon, M Medland, ...
Biogeosciences 10 (4), 2699-2709, 2013
432013
On the potential of surfers to monitor environmental indicators in the coastal zone
RJW Brewin, L de Mora, T Jackson, TG Brewin, J Shutler
PLoS One 10 (7), e0127706, 2015
412015
Statistical gait recognition via velocity moments
JD Shutler, MS Nixon, CJ Harris
IET Digital Library, 2000
402000
FluxEngine: a flexible processing system for calculating atmosphere–ocean carbon dioxide gas fluxes and climatologies
JD Shutler, PE Land, JF Piolle, DK Woolf, L Goddijn-Murphy, F Paul, ...
Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 33 (4), 741-756, 2016
382016
Salinity from space unlocks satellite-based assessment of ocean acidification
PE Land, JD Shutler, HS Findlay, F Girard-Ardhuin, R Sabia, N Reul, ...
Environmental science & technology 49 (4), 1987-1994, 2015
372015
Evaluating the ability of a hydrodynamic ecosystem model to capture inter-and intra-annual spatial characteristics of chlorophyll-a in the north east Atlantic
JD Shutler, TJ Smyth, S Saux-Picart, SL Wakelin, P Hyder, P Orekhov, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 88 (2), 169-182, 2011
342011
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