Kirsten Barrett
Kirsten Barrett
Associate Professor of Remote Sensing, University of Leicester
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Potential shifts in dominant forest cover in interior Alaska driven by variations in fire severity
K Barrett, AD McGuire, EE Hoy, ES Kasischke
Ecological applications 21 (7), 2380-2396, 2011
Fuel availability not fire weather controls boreal wildfire severity and carbon emissions
XJ Walker, BM Rogers, S Veraverbeke, JF Johnstone, JL Baltzer, ...
Nature Climate Change 10 (12), 1130-1136, 2020
Modeling the effects of fire severity and climate warming on active layer thickness and soil carbon storage of black spruce forests across the landscape in interior Alaska
H Genet, AD McGuire, K Barrett, A Breen, ES Euskirchen, JF Johnstone, ...
Environmental Research Letters 8 (4), 045016, 2013
Modeling fire severity in black spruce stands in the Alaskan boreal forest using spectral and non-spectral geospatial data
K Barrett, ES Kasischke, AD McGuire, MR Turetsky, ES Kane
Remote Sensing of Environment 114 (7), 1494-1503, 2010
Individual tree crown delineation from airborne laser scanning for diseased larch forest stands
C Barnes, H Balzter, K Barrett, J Eddy, S Milner, JC Suárez
Remote Sensing 9 (3), 231, 2017
Assessment of post-fire vegetation recovery in Southern Siberia using remote sensing observations
EG Shvetsov, EA Kukavskaya, LV Buryak, K Barrett
Environmental Research Letters 14 (5), 055001, 2019
Vegetation shifts observed in arctic tundra 17 years after fire
K Barrett, AV Rocha, MJ van de Weg, G Shaver
Remote Sensing Letters 3 (8), 729-736, 2012
Static and dynamic controls on fire activity at moderate spatial and temporal scales in the Alaskan boreal forest
K Barrett, T Loboda, AD McGuire, H Genet, E Hoy, E Kasischke
Ecosphere 7 (11), e01572, 2016
Woody aboveground biomass mapping of the brazilian savanna with a multi-sensor and machine learning approach
PC Bispo, P Rodríguez-Veiga, B Zimbres, S do Couto de Miranda, ...
Remote Sensing 12 (17), 2685, 2020
Controls on variations in MODIS fire radiative power in Alaskan boreal forests: Implications for fire severity conditions
K Barrett, ES Kasischke
Remote sensing of Environment 130, 171-181, 2013
Sub-pixel classification of MODIS EVI for annual mappings of impervious surface areas
N Tsutsumida, A Comber, K Barrett, I Saizen, E Rustiadi
Remote Sensing 8 (2), 143, 2016
Postfire recruitment failure in Scots pine forests of southern Siberia
K Barrett, R Baxter, E Kukavskaya, H Balzter, E Shvetsov, L Buryak
Remote Sensing of Environment 237, 111539, 2020
Airborne laser scanning and tree crown fragmentation metrics for the assessment of Phytophthora ramorum infected larch forest stands
C Barnes, H Balzter, K Barrett, J Eddy, S Milner, JC Suárez
Forest Ecology and Management 404, 294-305, 2017
Climate change, fire return intervals and the growing risk of permanent forest loss in boreal Eurasia
AL Burrell, Q Sun, R Baxter, EA Kukavskaya, S Zhila, T Shestakova, ...
Science of The Total Environment 831, 154885, 2022
Ecosystem services from converted land: the importance of tree cover in Amazonian pastures
K Barrett, J Valentim, BL Turner
Urban Ecosystems 16, 573-591, 2013
Post-fire recruitment failure as a driver of forest to non-forest ecosystem shifts in boreal regions
A Burrell, E Kukavskaya, R Baxter, Q Sun, K Barrett
Ecosystem Collapse and Climate Change, 69-100, 2021
Climate variability may delay post-fire recovery of boreal forest in Southern Siberia, Russia
Q Sun, A Burrell, K Barrett, E Kukavskaya, L Buryak, J Kaduk, R Baxter
Remote Sensing 13 (12), 2247, 2021
A case study of carbon fluxes from land change in the Southwest Brazilian Amazon
K Barrett, J Rogan, JR Eastman
Journal of land use science 4 (4), 233-248, 2009
Carbon accumulation and storage in Amazonian ecosystems
K Barrett
Clark University, 2008
Effects of repeated fires in the forest ecosystems of the Zabaikalye region, Southern Siberia
E Kukavskaya, LV Buryak, SG Conard, A Petkov, K Barrett, ...
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2014, GC31B-0456, 2014
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