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Lightweight unmanned aerial vehicles will revolutionize spatial ecology
Flying low and slow, UAVs offer ecologists new opportunities for scale-appropriate measurements of ecological phenomena. Expand
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Does the Method of Instruction Matter? An Experimental Examination of Information Literacy Instruction in the Online, Blended, and Face-to-Face Classrooms
The researchers, a librarian and a faculty member, collaborated to investigate the effectiveness of delivery methods in information literacy instruction. The authors conducted a field experiment toExpand
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The Problem of Classroom Acoustics: The Typical Classroom Soundscape Is a Barrier to Learning
The typical classroom acoustic environment or soundscape often is a significant barrier to listening and learning for children with normal hearing and is a barrier especially to children with hearingExpand
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Visualising Sea-Level Rise at a Coastal Heritage Site: Participatory Process and Creative Communication
Abstract This paper describes a research project that aimed to translate complex spatial and scientific data about coastal change into accessible digital formats for general audiences. The projectExpand
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Waveform lidar over vegetation: An evaluation of inversion methods for estimating return energy
Full waveform lidar has a unique capability to characterise vegetation in more detail than any other practical method. The reflectance, calculated from the energy of lidar returns, is a key parameterExpand
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Ground-Based Optical Measurements at European Flux Sites: A Review of Methods, Instruments and Current Controversies
This paper reviews the currently available optical sensors, their limitations and opportunities for deployment at Eddy Covariance (EC) sites in Europe. Expand
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Kinematic Inversion of Robotic Manipulators in the Presence of Redundancies
A general algorithm for the solution of the inverse kinematic problem of robotic manipulators in the presence of redundan cies is presented in this article. Expand
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