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Vertical distributions of canopy foliage and biologically active radiation in a defoliated/refoliated hardwood forest
Abstract Vertical profiles of foliage area and solar irradiance in the ultraviolet-B (UVB, 280–320 nm), photosynthetically active (PAR, 400–700 nm), and total spectral regions were measured… Expand
Overview of Sensors and Needs for Environmental Monitoring
This paper surveys the needs associated with environmental monitoring and long-term environmental stewardship. Emerging sensor technologies are reviewed to identify compatible technologies for… Expand
The two-dimensional energy budget of a forest edge with field measurements at a forest-parking lot interface
- D. Miller
- Environmental Science
- 1 July 1980
Abstract The two-dimensional energy exchanges at a forest edge are described with a “box” model. The magnitudes and diurnal fluctuations of the various fluxes at an oak forest—asphalt parking-lot… Expand
The deconvolution of photoluminescence data
Latency meter: a device for easily monitoring VE delay
A Probabilistic Approach to Environmental Change Detection with Area-Class Map Data
This paper presents methods for change detection using polygon area-class maps in which the reliability of the result is assessed using Bayesian multivariate and univariate statistics. Expand
Vertical Overstory Canopy Architecture of Temperate Deciduous Hardwood Forests in the Eastern United States
Deep Tissue Imaging with Multiphoton Fluorescence Microscopy.
- D. Miller, J. W. Jarrett, Ahmed M. Hassan, A. Dunn
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Current opinion in biomedical engineering
- 1 December 2017
We present a review of imaging deep-tissue structures with multiphoton microscopy. We examine the effects of light scattering and absorption due to the optical properties of biological sample and… Expand
Measurement of Sap Flow and Transpiration in Ring-porous Oaks Using a Heat Puise Velocity Technique
Remote sensing-based neural network mapping of tsunami damage in Aceh, Indonesia.
In addition to the loss of human life, the tsunami event of 26 December 2004 caused extensive damage to coastal areas. Expand