Qi Chen
Qi Chen
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Online rainfall atlas of Hawai'i
TW Giambelluca, Q Chen, AG Frazier, JP Price, YL Chen, PS Chu, ...
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 94 (3), 313-316, 2013
Isolating individual trees in a savanna woodland using small footprint lidar data
Q Chen, D Baldocchi, P Gong, M Kelly
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 72 (8), 923-932, 2006
A survey of remote sensing-based aboveground biomass estimation methods in forest ecosystems
D Lu, Q Chen, G Wang, L Liu, G Li, E Moran
International Journal of Digital Earth 9 (1), 63-105, 2016
Filtering airborne laser scanning data with morphological methods
Q Chen, P Gong, D Baldocchi, G Xie
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 73 (2), 175-185, 2007
Above ground biomass estimation in an African tropical forest with lidar and hyperspectral data
GV Laurin, Q Chen, JA Lindsell, DA Coomes, F Del Frate, L Guerriero, ...
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 89, 49-58, 2014
Aboveground forest biomass estimation with Landsat and LiDAR data and uncertainty analysis of the estimates
D Lu, Q Chen, G Wang, E Moran, M Batistella, M Zhang, G Vaglio Laurin, ...
International Journal of Forestry Research 2012, 2012
Biotic and human vulnerability to projected changes in ocean biogeochemistry over the 21st century
C Mora, CL Wei, A Rollo, T Amaro, AR Baco, D Billett, L Bopp, Q Chen, ...
PLoS biology 11 (10), e1001682, 2013
Airborne lidar data processing and information extraction
Q Chen
Photogrammetric engineering and remote sensing 73 (2), 109, 2007
A comparison of classification techniques to support land cover and land use analysis in tropical coastal zones
BW Szuster, Q Chen, M Borger
Applied Geography 31 (2), 525-532, 2011
Estimating basal area and stem volume for individual trees from lidar data
Q Chen, P Gong, D Baldocchi, YQ Tian
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 73 (12), 1355-1365, 2007
Discrimination of tropical forest types, dominant species, and mapping of functional guilds by hyperspectral and simulated multispectral Sentinel-2 data
GV Laurin, N Puletti, W Hawthorne, V Liesenberg, P Corona, D Papale, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 176, 163-176, 2016
Optical and SAR sensor synergies for forest and land cover mapping in a tropical site in West Africa
GV Laurin, V Liesenberg, Q Chen, L Guerriero, F Del Frate, A Bartolini, ...
International journal of applied earth observation and geoinformation 21, 7-16, 2013
Evapotranspiration of Hawai ‘i
TW Giambelluca, X Shuai, ML Barnes, RJ Alliss, RJ Longman, T Miura, ...
Final report submitted to the US Army Corps of Engineers—Honolulu District …, 2014
Retrieving vegetation height of forests and woodlands over mountainous areas in the Pacific Coast region using satellite laser altimetry
Q Chen
Remote Sensing of Environment 114 (7), 1610-1627, 2010
Integration of airborne lidar and vegetation types derived from aerial photography for mapping aboveground live biomass
Q Chen, GV Laurin, JJ Battles, D Saah
Remote Sensing of Environment 121, 108-117, 2012
Lidar Remote Sensing and Applications
P Dong, Q Chen
CRC Press, 2018
Uncertainty of remotely sensed aboveground biomass over an African tropical forest: Propagating errors from trees to plots to pixels
Q Chen, GV Laurin, R Valentini
Remote Sensing of Environment 160, 134-143, 2015
Modeling energy and carbon fluxes in a heterogeneous oak woodland: A three-dimensional approach
H Kobayashi, DD Baldocchi, Y Ryu, Q Chen, S Ma, JL Osuna, SL Ustin
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 152, 83-100, 2012
Physically based vertical vegetation structure retrieval from ICESat data: Validation using LVIS in White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire, USA
S Lee, W Ni-Meister, W Yang, Q Chen
Remote Sensing of Environment 115 (11), 2776-2785, 2011
Predictors of mental and physical health: Individual and neighborhood levels of education, social well-being, and ethnicity
W Zhang, Q Chen, H McCubbin, L McCubbin, S Foley
Health & Place 17 (1), 238-247, 2011
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