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A. Abramova, Monahan, D., Mayer, L. A., Lippmann, T. C., and Calder, B. R., Quality Assessment of GEBCO 08, Smith and Sandwell and SRTM30 Plus Grids in the Arctic, 2012 Fall Meeting, American Geophysical Union (AGU). San Francisco, CA, United States, 2012.
E. Weidner, Mayer, L. A., Jakobsson, M., Chernykh, D., Ananiev, R., Weber, T. C., Jerram, K., Mohammad, R., and Semiltov, I., Quantification of Methane Gas Flux and Bubble Fate on the Eastern Siberian Arctic Shelf Utilizing Calibrated Split-beam Echosounder Data, 2016 Fall Meeting, American Geological Union (AGU). p. San Francisco, CA, 2016.
A. P. Lyons, Olson, D. R., and Hansen, R. E., Quantifying the Effect of Random Seafloor Roughness on High-frequency Synthetic Aperture Sonar Image Statistics, Acoustic and Environmental Variability, Fluctuations, and Coherence. Institute of Acoustics, Cambridge, UK, p. Cambridge, UK, Submitted.
A. L. Forrest, Wittmann, M. E., Schmidt, V. E., Raineault, N. A., Hamilton, A. K., Pike, W., Schladow, S. G., Reuter, J. E., Laval, B. E., and Trembanis, A. C., Quantitative assessment of invasive species in lacustrine environments through benthic imagery analysis, Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. 2012.
R. G. Cutter Jr., Rzhanov, Y., and Mayer, L. A., Quantitative Ground-Truthing of Habitat Characteristics Using Video Mosaic Images. 2002.Image icon Cutter_2002_Ground-truthing_of_Habitat_using_video_mosaic_images.jpg (509.34 KB)
S. J. Dijkstra and Elston, G. R., Quantitative Inter-channel Calibration of SHOALS Signals for Consistent Bottom Segmentation and Characterization, American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ASPRS). Denver, CO, USA, pp. 0-0, 2004.Image icon Dijkstra_2004_ASPRS_Quantitative_inter-channel_calibration_SHOALS_signals_for_segmentation_and_characterization.jpg (1.46 MB)
N. A. Kuenzel, Quantitative Morphological Analysis of Submarine Canyon-channel Systems on the U.S. Atlantic Continental Margin, University of New Hampshire (UNH), Durham, NH, USA, 2011.