Nicholas J Tate
Nicholas J Tate
GIS & Remote Sensing Research Group, Department of Geography, University of Leicester
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Conducting research in human geography: Theory, practice and methodology
R Kitchen, N Tate
London: Prentice Hall, 2001
Causes and consequences of error in digital elevation models
PF Fisher, NJ Tate
Progress in physical Geography 30 (4), 467-489, 2006
A critical synthesis of remotely sensed optical image change detection techniques
AP Tewkesbury, AJ Comber, NJ Tate, A Lamb, PF Fisher
Remote Sensing of Environment 160, 1-14, 2015
Spatial scale problems and geostatistical solutions: a review
PM Atkinson, NJ Tate
The Professional Geographer 52 (4), 607-623, 2000
Measuring and mapping displacement: The problem of quantification in the battle against gentrification
S Easton, L Lees, P Hubbard, N Tate
Urban studies 57 (2), 286-306, 2020
Differentiation between Neotropical rainforest, dry forest, and savannah ecosystems by their modern pollen spectra and implications for the fossil pollen record
WD Gosling, FE Mayle, NJ Tate, TJ Killeen
Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology 153 (1-2), 70-85, 2009
Estimating tree and stand variables in a Corsican Pine woodland from terrestrial laser scanner data
K Tansey, N Selmes, A Anstee, NJ Tate, A Denniss
International Journal of Remote Sensing 30 (19), 5195-5209, 2009
Backscatter coefficient as an attribute for the classification of full-waveform airborne laser scanning data in urban areas
C Alexander, K Tansey, J Kaduk, D Holland, NJ Tate
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 65 (5), 423-432, 2010
Modelling scale in geographical information science
N Tate, PM Atkinson
John Wiley & Sons, 2001
Refining population surface models: experiments with Northern Ireland census data
D Martin, NJ Tate, M Langford
Transactions in GIS 4 (4), 343-360, 2000
A fuzzy c-means classification of elevation derivatives to extract the morphometric classification of landforms in Snowdonia, Wales
KE Arrell, PF Fisher, NJ Tate, L Bastin
Computers & Geosciences 33 (10), 1366-1381, 2007
Modern pollen-rain characteristics of tall terra firme moist evergreen forest, southern Amazonia
WD Gosling, FE Mayle, NJ Tate, TJ Killeen
Quaternary Research 64 (3), 284-297, 2005
Advances in remote sensing and GIS analysis
PM Atkinson, NJ Tate
Improving user assessment of error implications in digital elevation models
AR Darnell, NJ Tate, C Brunsdon
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 32 (4), 268-277, 2008
Evolutionary, multi-scale analysis of river bank line retreat using continuous wavelet transforms: Jamuna River, Bangladesh
NJ Mount, NJ Tate, MH Sarker, CR Thorne
Geomorphology 183, 82-95, 2013
Teaching geographic information science and technology in higher education
D Unwin, N Tate, K Foote, D DiBiase
John Wiley & Sons, 2011
Fractals and scale dependencies in topography
N Tate, J Wood
Modelling scale in geographical information science, 35-51, 2001
Spatial thinking and scientific urban planning
R LeGates, NJ Tate, R Kingston
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 36 (5), 763-768, 2009
Structural properties of mobile armors formed at different flow strengths in gravel‐bed rivers
DM Powell, A Ockelford, SP Rice, JK Hillier, T Nguyen, I Reid, NJ Tate, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 121 (8), 1494-1515, 2016
Mapping tree species in coastal portugal using statistically segmented principal component analysis and other methods
PC Pandey, NJ Tate, H Balzter
IEEE Sensors Journal 14 (12), 4434-4441, 2014
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