Items where Salford Author is "Armitage, RP"
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|Chadwick, CL, Springate, DA, Rees, PA, Armitage, RP and O’Hara, SJ 2015, 'Calculating association indices in captive animals : Controlling for enclosure size and shape' , Applied Animal Behaviour Science . (In Press)|
|Ogunbadewa, EY, Armitage, RP and Danson, FM 2014, 'Optical medium spatial resolution satellite constellation data for monitoring woodland in the UK' , Forests, 5 (7) , pp. 1798-1814.|
|Danson, FM, Gaulton, R, Armitage, RP, Mathias, D, Gunawan, OT, Philip, L, Pearson, G and Ramirez, A 2014, 'Developing a dual-wavelength full-waveform terrestrial laser scanner to characterise forest canopy structure' , Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, 198 , pp. 7-14.|
|Marston, CG, Danson, FM and Armitage, RP 2014, 'A random forest approach for predicting the presence of Echinococcus multilocularis intermediate host Ochotona spp. presence in relation to landscape characteristics in western China' , Applied Geography, 55 , pp. 176-183.|
|Ramirez Cardozo, FA, Armitage, RP and Danson, FM 2013, 'Testing the application of terrestrial laser scanning to measure forest canopy gap fraction' , Remote Sensing, 5 (6) , pp. 3037-3056.|
|Gunawan, OT, Armitage, RP and James, P 2012, Creating and index of Urban Environmental Quality: a pixel-based approach , in: Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society Annual Conference 2012, 12th - 14th September 2012, University of Greenwich. (Unpublished)|
|Al-Moustafa, T, Armitage, RP and Danson, FM 2012, 'Mapping fuel moisture content in upland vegetation using airborne hyperspectral imagery' , Remote Sensing of Environment, 127 , pp. 74-83.|
|Gunawan, O.T. and Armitage, R.P. 2011, Investigating environmental quality using geographic information systems and remote sensing , in: Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society Annual Conference 2011, 13th - 15th September 2011, Bournemouth University. (Unpublished)|
|Kazmierczak, AE, Armitage, RP and James, P 2010, 'Urban green spaces: natural and accessible? The case of Greater Manchester, UK' , in: Urban Biodiversity and Design , Conservation Science and Practice Series , Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 383-405.|
|Scott, AV, Armitage, RP and James, P 2009, A multiple-analysis approach for highlighting conservation opportunities in an urban landscape , in: 2nd European Congress of Conservation Biology, 01-05 September 2009, Prague, Czech Republic.|
|Hutchinson, SM and Armitage, RP 2009, 'A peat profile record of recent environmental events in the South Pennines (UK)' , Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, 199 (1-4) , pp. 247-259.|
|Zhang, L, Gao, Z, Armitage, RP and Kent, M 2008, 'Spectral characteristics of plant communities from salt marshes: A case study from Chongming Dongtan, Yangtze estuary, China' , Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering in China, 2 (2) , pp. 187-197. Item not available from this repository.|
|Kazmierczak, AE, James, P and Armitage, RP 2008, Urban green spaces: natural and accessible? , in: Third Conference of the Competence Network Urban Ecology: Urban Biodiversity and Design, 20-24th May 2008, Erfurt, Germany.|
|Binney, HA, Waller, MP, Bunting, MJ and Armitage, RP 2005, 'The interpretation of fen carr pollen diagrams: The representation of the dry land vegetation.' , Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 134 (3-4) , pp. 197-218. Item not available from this repository.|
|Bunting, MJ, Armitage, RP, Binney, HA and Waller, MP 2005, 'Estimates of 'relative pollen productivity' and 'relevant source area of pollen' for major tree taxa in two Norfolk (UK) woodlands.' , The Holocene, 15 (3) , pp. 459-465. Item not available from this repository.|
|Waller, MP, Binney, HA, Bunting, MJ and Armitage, RP 2005, 'The interpretation of fen carr pollen diagrams: pollen-vegetation relationships within fen carr.' , Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 133 (3-4) , pp. 179-202. Item not available from this repository.|
|Armitage, RP, Kent, M and Weaver, RE 2004, 'Identification of the spectral characteristics of British semi-natural upland vegetation using direct ordination: a case study from Dartmoor, UK' , International Journal of Remote Sensing, 25 (17) , pp. 3369-3388. Item not available from this repository.|
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