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Gregory A. Carter
Gregory A. Carter
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Leaf optical properties in higher plants: linking spectral characteristics to stress and chlorophyll concentration
GA Carter, AK Knapp
American Journal of Botany 88 (4), 677-684, 2001
11802001
Ratios of leaf reflectances in narrow wavebands as indicators of plant stress
GA Carter
International Journal of Remote Sensing 15 (3), 697-703, 1994
9301994
Responses of leaf spectral reflectance to plant stress
GA Carter
American Journal of Botany 80 (3), 239-243, 1993
7951993
Primary and secondary effects of water content on the spectral reflectance of leaves
GA Carter
American Journal of Botany 78 (7), 916-924, 1991
6541991
Remotely sensed spectral heterogeneity as a proxy of species diversity: recent advances and open challenges
D Rocchini, N Balkenhol, GA Carter, GM Foody, TW Gillespie, KS He, ...
Ecological Informatics 5 (5), 318-329, 2010
3912010
Early detection of plant stress by digital imaging within narrow stress-sensitive wavebands
GA Carter, RL Miller
Remote Sensing of Environment 50 (3), 295-302, 1994
3811994
Corn (Zea mays L.) growth, leaf pigment concentration, photosynthesis and leaf hyperspectral reflectance properties as affected by nitrogen supply
D Zhao, K Raja Reddy, VG Kakani, JJ Read, GA Carter
Plant and Soil 257 (1), 205-218, 2003
3052003
Reflectance wavebands and indices for remote estimation of photosynthesis and stomatal conductance in pine canopies
GA Carter
Remote Sensing of Environment 63 (1), 61-72, 1998
2391998
Going with the flow or against the grain? The promise of vegetation for protecting beaches, dunes, and barrier islands from erosion
RA Feagin, J Figlus, JC Zinnert, J Sigren, ML Martínez, R Silva, WK Smith, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (4), 203-210, 2015
2372015
Variability in leaf optical properties among 26 species from a broad range of habitats
AK Knapp, GA Carter
American Journal of Botany 85 (7), 940-946, 1998
2321998
Narrow-band reflectance imagery compared with thermal imagery for early detection of plant stress
GA Carter, WG Cibula, RL Miller
Journal of Plant Physiology 148 (5), 515-522, 1996
2111996
Optical properties of intact leaves for estimating chlorophyll concentration
GA Carter, BA Spiering
Journal of Environmental Quality 31 (5), 1424-1432, 2002
1992002
Influence of shoot structure on light interception and photosynthesis in conifers
GA Carter, WK Smith
Plant Physiology 79 (4), 1038-1043, 1985
1561985
Vine photosynthesis and relationships to climbing mechanics in a forest understory
GA Carter, AH Teramura
American Journal of Botany 75 (7), 1011-1018, 1988
1511988
Hurricane degradation—barrier development cycles, northeastern Gulf of Mexico: landform evolution and island chain history
EG Otvos, GA Carter
Journal of Coastal Research 24 (2), 463-478, 2008
1012008
Effect of vegetative competition on the moisture and nutrient status of loblolly pine
GA Carter, JH Miller, DE Davis, RM Patterson
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 14 (1), 1-9, 1984
1011984
Barrier islands: coupling anthropogenic stability with ecological sustainability
RA Feagin, WK Smith, NP Psuty, DR Young, ML Martínez, GA Carter, ...
Journal of Coastal Research 26 (6), 987-992, 2010
1002010
Identification of a far-red reflectance response to ectomycorrhizae in slash pine
WG Cibula, GA Carter
International Journal of Remote Sensing 13 (5), 925-932, 1992
991992
Remote sensing and mapping of tamarisk along the Colorado river, USA: a comparative use of summer-acquired Hyperion, Thematic Mapper and QuickBird data
GA Carter, KL Lucas, GA Blossom, CL Lassitter, DM Holiday, ...
Remote Sensing 1 (3), 318-329, 2009
982009
Shoot structural effects on needle temperatures and photosynthesis in conifers
WK Smith, GA Carter
American Journal of Botany 75 (4), 496-500, 1988
981988
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