Markus Diesing
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Mapping seabed sediments: Comparison of manual, geostatistical, object-based image analysis and machine learning approaches
M Diesing, SL Green, D Stephens, RM Lark, HA Stewart, D Dove
Continental Shelf Research 84, 107-119, 2014
A comparison of supervised classification methods for the prediction of substrate type using multibeam acoustic and legacy grain-size data
D Stephens, M Diesing
PloS one 9 (4), e93950, 2014
Coastline evolution at different time scales–examples from the Pomeranian Bight, southern Baltic Sea
K Schwarzer, M Diesing, M Larson, RO Niedermeyer, W Schumacher, ...
Marine Geology 194 (1-2), 79-101, 2003
Sensitivity of macrobenthic secondary production to trawling in the English sector of the Greater North Sea: a biological trait approach
SG Bolam, RC Coggan, J Eggleton, M Diesing, D Stephens
Journal of Sea Research 85, 162-177, 2014
Decadal scale stability of sorted bedforms, German Bight, southeastern North Sea
M Diesing, A Kubicki, C Winter, K Schwarzer
Continental Shelf Research 26 (8), 902-916, 2006
A proposed method for assessing the extent of the seabed significantly affected by demersal fishing in the Greater North Sea
M Diesing, D Stephens, J Aldridge
ICES Journal of Marine Science 70 (6), 1085-1096, 2013
Image-based seabed classification: what can we learn from terrestrial remote sensing?
M Diesing, P Mitchell, D Stephens
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (10), 2425-2441, 2016
Combining pixel and object based image analysis of ultra-high resolution multibeam bathymetry and backscatter for habitat mapping in shallow marine waters
D Ierodiaconou, ACG Schimel, D Kennedy, J Monk, G Gaylard, M Young, ...
Marine Geophysical Research 39 (1), 271-288, 2018
Towards quantitative spatial models of seabed sediment composition
D Stephens, M Diesing
PloS one 10 (11), e0142502, 2015
A multi-model ensemble approach to seabed mapping
M Diesing, D Stephens
Journal of Sea Research 100, 62-69, 2015
Widespread rocky reef occurrence in the central English Channel and the implications for predictive habitat mapping
M Diesing, R Coggan, K Vanstaen
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 83 (4), 647-658, 2009
Predicting the standing stock of organic carbon in surface sediments of the North–West European continental shelf
M Diesing, S Kröger, R Parker, C Jenkins, C Mason, K Weston
Biogeochemistry 135 (1), 183-200, 2017
The seabed habitats of the central English Channel: a generation on from Holme and Cabioch, how do their interpretations match-up to modern mapping techniques?
R Coggan, M Diesing
Continental Shelf Research 31 (2), S132-S150, 2011
Morphological evolution of gravel and sand extraction pits, Tromper Wiek, Baltic Sea
A Kubicki, F Manso, M Diesing
Estuarine, coastal and shelf science 71 (3-4), 647-656, 2007
Mapping of cold-water coral carbonate mounds based on geomorphometric features: an object-based approach
M Diesing, T Thorsnes
Geosciences 8 (2), 34, 2018
The physical and biological impact of sand extraction: a case study of the western Baltic Sea
JC Krause, M Diesing, G Arlt
Journal of Coastal Research, 215-226, 2010
Identification of submarine hard-bottom substrates in the German North Sea and Baltic Sea EEZ with high-resolution acoustic seafloor imaging
M Diesing, K Schwarzer
Progress in marine conservation in Europe, 111-125, 2006
Carbon on the northwest European shelf: Contemporary budget and future influences
O Legge, M Johnson, N Hicks, T Jickells, M Diesing, J Aldridge, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 143, 2020
Quantifying and valuing carbon flows and stores in coastal and shelf ecosystems in the UK
T Luisetti, RK Turner, JE Andrews, TD Jickells, S Kröger, M Diesing, ...
Ecosystem services 35, 67-76, 2019
How good is my map? A tool for semi-automated thematic mapping and spatially explicit confidence assessment
PJ Mitchell, AL Downie, M Diesing
Environmental Modelling & Software 108, 111-122, 2018
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