Richard P. Armitage
Richard P. Armitage
Senior Lecturer in GIS, University of Salford
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Sustainable city logistics—Making cargo cycles viable for urban freight transport
G Schliwa, R Armitage, S Aziz, J Evans, J Rhoades
Research in Transportation Business & Management 15, 50-57, 2015
Landscape and plant community boundaries in biogeography
M Kent, WJ Gill, RE Weaver, RP Armitage
Progress in physical geography 21 (3), 315-353, 1997
Street trees reduce the negative effects of urbanization on birds
JCC Pena, F Martello, MC Ribeiro, RA Armitage, RJ Young, M Rodrigues
PloS one 12 (3), e0174484, 2017
Estimates of ‘relative pollen productivity’and ‘relevant source area of pollen’for major tree taxa in two Norfolk (UK) woodlands
MJ Bunting, R Armitage, HA Binney, M Waller
The Holocene 15 (3), 459-465, 2005
Developing a dual-wavelength full-waveform terrestrial laser scanner to characterize forest canopy structure
FM Danson, R Gaulton, RP Armitage, M Disney, O Gunawan, P Lewis, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 198, 7-14, 2014
Guerrilla gardening and green activism: Rethinking the informal urban growing movement
M Hardman, L Chipungu, H Magidimisha, PJ Larkham, AJ Scott, ...
Landscape and Urban Planning 170, 6-14, 2018
Testing the Application of Terrestrial Laser Scanning to Measure Forest Canopy Gap Fraction
FA Ramirez, RP Armitage, F Danson
Remote Sensing 5 (6), 3037-3056, 2013
The interpretation of fen carr pollen diagrams: pollen–vegetation relationships within the fen carr
MP Waller, HA Binney, MJ Bunting, RA Armitage
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 133 (3-4), 179-202, 2005
Mapping fuel moisture content in upland vegetation using airborne hyperspectral imagery
T Al-Moustafa, RP Armitage, FM Danson
Remote sensing of Environment 127, 74-83, 2012
Social-ecological innovation: adaptive responses to urban environmental conditions
M Dennis, RP Armitage, P James
Urban ecosystems 19, 1063-1082, 2016
The interpretation of fen carr pollen diagrams: the representation of the dry land vegetation
HA Binney, MP Waller, MJ Bunting, RA Armitage
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 134 (3-4), 197-218, 2005
Identification of the spectral characteristics of British semi-natural upland vegetation using direct ordination: a case study from Dartmoor, UK
RP Armitage, M Kent, RE Weaver
International Journal of Remote Sensing 25 (17), 3369-3388, 2004
A random forest approach for predicting the presence of Echinococcus multilocularis intermediate host Ochotona spp. presence in relation to landscape characteristics in western …
CG Marston, FM Danson, RP Armitage, P Giraudoux, DRJ Pleydell, ...
Applied Geography 55, 176-183, 2014
Probability of cloud-free observation conditions across Great Britain estimated using MODIS cloud mask
RP Armitage, F Alberto Ramirez, F Mark Danson, EY Ogunbadewa
Remote sensing letters 4 (5), 427-435, 2013
Remote sensing of semi-natural upland vegetation: the relationship between species composition and spectral response
RP Armitage, RE Weaver, M Kent
Vegetation mapping: From patch to planet, 83-102, 2000
The trouble with temporary: Impacts and pitfalls of a meanwhile community garden in Wythenshawe, South Manchester
RS Clair, M Hardman, RP Armitage, G Sherriff
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 33 (6), 548-557, 2018
Appraisal of social-ecological innovation as an adaptive response by stakeholders to local conditions: Mapping stakeholder involvement in horticulture orientated green space …
M Dennis, RP Armitage, P James
Urban forestry & urban greening 18, 86-94, 2016
Urban green spaces: Natural and accessible? The case of Greater Manchester, UK
A Kazmierczak, R Armitage, P James
Urban biodiversity and design, 383-405, 2010
Sustainable city logistics-Making cargo cycles viable for urban freight transport. Research in Transportation Business & Management, 15, 50-57
G Schliwa, R Armitage, S Aziz, J Evans, J Rhoades
Terrestrial laser scanners to measure forest canopy gap fraction.
FM Danson, RP Armitage, V Bandugula, FA Ramirez, NJ Tate, KJ Tansey, ...
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