Other Relevant Publications

Human Footprint Monitoring

Remote sensing and object-based techniques for mapping fine-scale industrial disturbances

RP Powers, T Hermosilla, NC Coops, G Chen – International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 2015 – Elsevier

Large Area Mapping of Annual Land Cover Dynamics Using Multitemporal Change Detection and Classification of Landsat Time Series Data

SE Franklin, OS Ahmed, MA Wulder,et al- Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 2015 – Taylor & Francis

Characterizing stand-level forest canopy cover and height using landsat time series, samples of airborne LiDAR, and the random forest algorithm

OS Ahmed, SE Franklin, MA Wulder, et al -ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 2015 – Elsevier

Monitoring landscape change in multi-use west-central Alberta, Canada using the disturbance-inventory framework

J Linke, GJ McDermid – Remote Sensing of Environment, 2012 – Elsevier

Narrow-linear and small-area forest disturbance detection and mapping from high spatial resolution imagery

Y He, SE Franklin, X Guo, et al- Journal of Applied Remote Sensing,2009

Interpretation of landscape structure gradients based on satellite image classification of land cover

J Linke, SE Franklin – Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 2006 – Taylor & Francis

Human Footprint Wildlife Interaction

Toward the Restoration of Caribou Habitat: Understanding Factors Associated with Human Motorized Use of Legacy Seismic Lines

KE Pigeon, M Anderson, D MacNearney, et al – Environmental Management, 2016 – Springer

American Marten Respond to Seismic Lines in Northern Canada at Two Spatial Scales

J Tigner, EM Bayne, S Boutin – PloS one, 2015 – journals.plos.org

Black bear use of seismic lines in northern Canada

J Tigner, EM Bayne, S Boutin – The Journal of Wildlife Management, 2014 – Wiley Online Library

Songbird responses to regenerating seismic lines in the boreal forest

Lankau, Hedwig Erika Gertraude,University of Alberta,2014

Relationships between grizzly bears and human disturbances in a rapidly changing multi-use forest landscape

J Linke, GJ McDermid, MJ Fortin, GB Stenhouse – Biological conservation, 2013 – Elsevier

Ovenbird (Seiurus aurocapilla) Territory Placement Near Seismic Lines is Influenced by Forest Regeneration and Conspecific Density

HE Lankau, EM Bayne, CS Machtans – Avian Conservation and Ecology, 2013 – ace-eco.org

Energy sector edge effects on songbird nest fate and nest productivity in the boreal forest of western Canada: a preliminary analysis

JR Ball, EM Bayne, CS Machtans – In Proceedings of the Fourth International Partners In Flight Conference: Tundra to Tropics, 2009 – partnersinflight.org

Linear feature effects on small mammal abundance and resources in the boreal forest.

Amy F. Darling,University of Alberta,2008

Impacts of chronic anthropogenic noise from energy‐sector activity on abundance of songbirds in the boreal forest

EM Bayne, L Habib, S Boutin – Conservation Biology, 2008 – Wiley Online Library

Chronic industrial noise affects pairing success and age structure of ovenbirds Seiurus aurocapilla

L Habib, EM Bayne, S Boutin – Journal of Applied Ecology, 2007 – Wiley Online Library

Seismic Line

Divergent patterns of understory forage growth after seismic line exploration: Implications for caribou habitat restoration

Finnegan, L., MacNearney, D., & Pigeon, K. E. Forest Ecology and Management, 2018, 409, 634-652.

Toward the Restoration of Caribou Habitat: Understanding Factors Associated with Human Motorized Use of Legacy Seismic Lines

KE Pigeon, M Anderson, D MacNearney, et al – Environmental Management, 2016 – Springer

Natural regeneration of forest vegetation on legacy seismic lines in boreal habitats in Alberta’s oil sands region

CK van Rensen, SE Nielsen, B White, T Vinge, et al – Biological Conservation, 2015 – Elsevier

Effects of cutline density and land-cover heterogeneity on landscape metrics in western Alberta

J Linke, SE Franklin, M Hall-Beyer,et al – Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 2008 – Taylor & Francis

Seismic cutlines, changing landscape metrics and grizzly bear landscape use in Alberta

J Linke, SE Franklin, F Huettmann, GB Stenhouse – Landscape Ecology, 2005 – Springer

Other

Integration between TLS and UAV photogrammetry techniques for forestry applications

Irene Aicardi, Paolo Dabove, Andrea Maria Lingua, Marco Piras – iForest, 2016