David Lagomasino
David Lagomasino
Assistant Professor, Department of Coastal Studies, East Carolina University
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Global declines in human‐driven mangrove loss
L Goldberg, D Lagomasino, N Thomas, T Fatoyinbo
Global change biology 26 (10), 5844-5855, 2020
Future carbon emissions from global mangrove forest loss
MF Adame, RM Connolly, MP Turschwell, CE Lovelock, T Fatoyinbo, ...
Global change biology 27 (12), 2856-2866, 2021
A global biophysical typology of mangroves and its relevance for ecosystem structure and deforestation
TA Worthington, PSE Zu Ermgassen, DA Friess, KW Krauss, CE Lovelock, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 14652, 2020
Harnessing big data to support the conservation and rehabilitation of mangrove forests globally
TA Worthington, DA Andradi-Brown, R Bhargava, C Buelow, P Bunting, ...
One Earth 2 (5), 429-443, 2020
Storm surge and ponding explain mangrove dieback in southwest Florida following Hurricane Irma
D Lagomasino, T Fatoyinbo, E Castaņeda-Moya, BD Cook, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 4003, 2021
Estimating mangrove aboveground biomass from airborne LiDAR data: a case study from the Zambezi River delta
T Fatoyinbo, EA Feliciano, D Lagomasino, SK Lee, C Trettin
Environmental Research Letters 13 (2), 025012, 2018
Space‐borne cloud‐native satellite‐derived bathymetry (SDB) models using ICESat‐2 and Sentinel‐2
N Thomas, AP Pertiwi, D Traganos, D Lagomasino, D Poursanidis, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 48 (6), e2020GL092170, 2021
Evaluating combinations of sentinel-2 data and machine-learning algorithms for mangrove mapping in West Africa
P Mondal, X Liu, TE Fatoyinbo, D Lagomasino
Remote Sensing 11 (24), 2928, 2019
Global hotspots of salt marsh change and carbon emissions
AD Campbell, L Fatoyinbo, L Goldberg, D Lagomasino
Nature 612 (7941), 701-706, 2022
Structural characterisation of mangrove forests achieved through combining multiple sources of remote sensing data
R Lucas, R Van De Kerchove, V Otero, D Lagomasino, L Fatoyinbo, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 237, 111543, 2020
A comparison of mangrove canopy height using multiple independent measurements from land, air, and space
D Lagomasino, T Fatoyinbo, SK Lee, E Feliciano, C Trettin, M Simard
Remote Sensing 8 (4), 327, 2016
Measuring mangrove carbon loss and gain in deltas
D Lagomasino, T Fatoyinbo, SK Lee, E Feliciano, C Trettin, A Shapiro, ...
Environmental Research Letters 14 (2), 025002, 2019
The large footprint of small-scale artisanal gold mining in Ghana
A Barenblitt, A Payton, D Lagomasino, L Fatoyinbo, K Asare, K Aidoo, ...
Science of the Total Environment 781, 146644, 2021
Widespread mangrove damage resulting from the 2017 Atlantic mega hurricane season
PJ Taillie, R Roman-Cuesta, D Lagomasino, M Cifuentes-Jara, ...
Environmental Research Letters 15 (6), 064010, 2020
Tidal wetlands and estuaries
L Windham-Myers, WJ Cai, S Alin, A Andersson, J Crosswell, K Dunton, ...
Monitoring water-related ecosystems with earth observation data in support of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6 reporting
R Hakimdavar, A Hubbard, F Policelli, A Pickens, M Hansen, T Fatoyinbo, ...
Remote Sensing 12 (10), 1634, 2020
Modeling risk of mangroves to tropical cyclones: A case study of Hurricane Irma
C Zhang, SD Durgan, D Lagomasino
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 224, 108-116, 2019
Component-specific dynamics of riverine mangrove CO2 efflux in the Florida coastal Everglades
TG Troxler, JG Barr, JD Fuentes, V Engel, G Anderson, C Sanchez, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 213, 273-282, 2015
Large-scale high-resolution coastal mangrove forests mapping across West Africa with machine learning ensemble and satellite big data
X Liu, TE Fatoyinbo, NM Thomas, WW Guan, Y Zhan, P Mondal, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 8, 560933, 2021
Mapping the extent of mangrove ecosystem degradation by integrating an ecological conceptual model with satellite data
CKF Lee, C Duncan, E Nicholson, TE Fatoyinbo, D Lagomasino, ...
Remote Sensing 13 (11), 2047, 2021
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