Andy Hardy
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Distribution and drivers of global mangrove forest change, 1996–2010
N Thomas, R Lucas, P Bunting, A Hardy, A Rosenqvist, M Simard
PloS one 12 (6), e0179302, 2017
The global mangrove watch—a new 2010 global baseline of mangrove extent
P Bunting, A Rosenqvist, RM Lucas, LM Rebelo, L Hilarides, N Thomas, ...
Remote Sensing 10 (10), 1669, 2018
Daily discharge estimation at ungauged river sites using remote sensing
SJ Birkinshaw, P Moore, CG Kilsby, GM O'donnell, AJ Hardy, PAM Berry
Hydrological Processes 28 (3), 1043-1054, 2014
Using low-cost drones to map malaria vector habitats
A Hardy, M Makame, D Cross, S Majambere, M Msellem
Parasites & vectors 10 (1), 1-13, 2017
Mapping mangrove extent and change: A globally applicable approach
N Thomas, P Bunting, R Lucas, A Hardy, A Rosenqvist, T Fatoyinbo
Remote Sensing 10 (9), 1466, 2018
Automatic detection of open and vegetated water bodies using Sentinel 1 to map African malaria vector mosquito breeding habitats
A Hardy, G Ettritch, DE Cross, P Bunting, F Liywalii, J Sakala, A Silumesii, ...
Remote Sensing 11 (5), 593, 2019
Using continuous change detection and classification of Landsat data to investigate long-term mangrove dynamics in the Sundarbans region
K Awty-Carroll, P Bunting, A Hardy, G Bell
Remote Sensing 11 (23), 2833, 2019
Habitat hydrology and geomorphology control the distribution of malaria vector larvae in rural Africa
AJ Hardy, JGP Gamarra, DE Cross, MG Macklin, MW Smith, J Kihonda, ...
PLoS One 8 (12), e81931, 2013
Living with a changing river and desert landscape at Amara West
J Woodward, M Macklin, N Spencer, M Binder, M Dalton, S Hay, A Hardy
Nubia in the New Kingdom: Lived experience, pharaonic control and indigenous …, 2017
Mapping hotspots of malaria transmission from pre-existing hydrology, geology and geomorphology data in the pre-elimination context of Zanzibar, United Republic of Tanzania
A Hardy, Z Mageni, S Dongus, G Killeen, MG Macklin, S Majambare, A Ali, ...
Parasites & vectors 8 (1), 1-15, 2015
Enhancing digital elevation models for hydraulic modelling using flood frequency detection
G Ettritch, A Hardy, L Bojang, D Cross, P Bunting, P Brewer
Remote sensing of environment 217, 506-522, 2018
A remote sensing approach for landslide hazard assessment on engineered slopes
PE Miller, JP Mills, SL Barr, SJ Birkinshaw, AJ Hardy, G Parkin, SJ Hall
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 50 (4), 1048-1056, 2011
Tropical wetland (TropWet) mapping tool: the automatic detection of open and vegetated waterbodies in Google Earth engine for tropical wetlands
A Hardy, G Oakes, G Ettritch
Remote Sensing 12 (7), 1182, 2020
An evaluation and comparison of four dense time series change detection methods using simulated data
K Awty-Carroll, P Bunting, A Hardy, G Bell
Remote Sensing 11 (23), 2779, 2019
Modelling the impact of climate change on Tanzanian forests
E John, P Bunting, A Hardy, O Roberts, R Giliba, DS Silayo
Diversity and Distributions 26 (12), 1663-1686, 2020
A detailed cloud fraction climatology of the upper Indus basin and its implications for near-surface air temperature
N Forsythe, AJ Hardy, HJ Fowler, S Blenkinsop, CG Kilsby, DR Archer, ...
Journal of Climate 28 (9), 3537-3556, 2015
Incorporating hydrology into climate suitability models changes projections of malaria transmission in Africa
MW Smith, T Willis, L Alfieri, WHM James, MA Trigg, D Yamazaki, ...
Nature communications 11 (1), 4353, 2020
Sensitivity analysis of the DART model for forest mensuration with airborne laser scanning
O Roberts, P Bunting, A Hardy, D McInerney
Remote Sensing 12 (2), 247, 2020
Monitoring the coastal zone using earth observation: application of linear spectral unmixing to coastal dune systems in Wales
G Ettritch, P Bunting, G Jones, A Hardy
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 4 (4), 303-319, 2018
Semi-automated field plot segmentation from UAS imagery for experimental agriculture
C Robb, A Hardy, JH Doonan, J Brook
Frontiers in plant Science 11, 591886, 2020
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