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Richard G. Lathrop
Richard G. Lathrop
Professor of Ecology, Rutgers University
Verified email at crssa.rutgers.edu - Homepage
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Land resource impact indicators of urban sprawl
JE Hasse, RG Lathrop
Applied geography 23 (2-3), 159-175, 2003
7502003
Predicting the effects of climate change on water yield and forest production in the northeastern United States
JD Aber, SV Ollinger, CA Federer, PB Reich, ML Goulden, DW Kicklighter, ...
Climate Research 5 (3), 207-222, 1995
4371995
A spatial model of atmospheric deposition for the northeastern US
SV Ollinger, JD Aber, GM Lovett, SE Millham, RG Lathrop, JM Ellis
Ecological Applications 3 (3), 459-472, 1993
3261993
Effects of Phragmites australis (common reed) invasion on aboveground biomass and soil properties in brackish tidal marsh of the Mullica river, New Jersey
L Windham, RG Lathrop
Estuaries 22, 927-935, 1999
3241999
Use of Thematic Mapper data to assess water quality in Green Bay and central Lake Michigan.
RG Lathrop, TM Lillesand
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 52 (5), 671-680, 1986
3151986
Landsat Thematic Mapper monitoring of turbid inland water quality
JR Lathrop
Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing;(United States) 58, 1992
2281992
Relationship of Land‐Use/Land‐Cover Patterns and Surface‐Water Quality in The Mullica River Basin1
RA Zampella, NA Procopio, RG Lathrop, CL Dow
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 43 (3), 594-604, 2007
2262007
Urban change detection based on an artificial neural network
X Liu, RG Lathrop Jr
International Journal of Remote Sensing 23 (12), 2513-2518, 2002
1912002
The effect of landscape features on deposition to Hunter Mountain, Catskill Mountains, New York
KC Weathers, GM Lovett, GE Likens, R Lathrop
Ecological Applications 10 (2), 528-540, 2000
1852000
Testing the Utility of Simple Multi-date Thematic Mapper Calibration Algorithms for Monitoring Turbid Inland Waters
RG Lathrop, TM Lillesand, B Yandell
Int. J. of Remote Sensing 12, 2045-2064, 1991
1801991
Monitoring hemlock forest health in New Jersey using Landsat TM data and change detection techniques
DD Royle, RG Lathrop
Forest science 43 (3), 327-335, 1997
1571997
Alternative land use regulations and environmental impacts: assessing future land use in an urbanizing watershed
TM Conway, RG Lathrop
Landscape and Urban Planning 71 (1), 1-15, 2005
1542005
The effects of the urban built environment on the spatial distribution of lead in residential soils
K Schwarz, STA Pickett, RG Lathrop, KC Weathers, RV Pouyat, ...
Environmental pollution 163, 32-39, 2012
1462012
Subpixel analysis of Landsat ETM/sup+/using self-organizing map (SOM) neural networks for urban land cover characterization
S Lee, RG Lathrop
IEEE transactions on geoscience and remote sensing 44 (6), 1642-1654, 2006
1352006
A multi-scale segmentation approach to mapping seagrass habitats using airborne digital camera imagery
RG Lathrop, P Montesano, S Haag
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 72 (6), 665-675, 2006
1302006
Applying GIS and landscape ecological principles to evaluate land conservation alternatives
RG Lathrop Jr, JA Bognar
Landscape and urban planning 41 (1), 27-41, 1998
1281998
A housing-unit-level approach to characterizing residential sprawl
J Hasse, RG Lathrop
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 69 (9), 1021-1030, 2003
1212003
Temporal and spatial changes in an area of the New Jersey Pine Barrens landscape
SS Luque, RG Lathrop, JA Bognar
Landscape Ecology 9, 287-300, 1994
1151994
Monitoring water quality and river plume transport in Green Bay, Lake Michigan with SPOT-1 imagery
RG Lathrop, TM Lillesand
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 55 (3), 349-354, 1989
1061989
DoesPhragmites expansion alter the structure and function of marsh landscapes? Patterns and processes revisited
RG Lathrop, L Windham, P Montesano
Estuaries 26, 423-435, 2003
962003
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