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Below are tables which include published research, books, presentations and dissertations which have used and implemented Landmap data. 

 

Table 1. Journal Publications using Landmap Datasets  

No.

References

Data

Coverage

1

Weekes, S. M. and Tomlin, A. S. (2013). “Evaluation of a semi-empirical model for predicting the wind energy resource relevant to small-scale wind turbines.” Renewable Energy, Volume 50, pp. 280 – 288. DOI: 10.1007/s12524-012-0247-y.

0.5m LiDAR

United Kingdom

2

Graham, L. (2013). “Investigating the influence of farm management on hedgerow habitat and biodiversity: A focus on soil invertebrates through a County Durham case study. Earth & Environment, University of Leeds Press, Volume, 180 – 209.

Colour Infrared

County Durham

3

Millward-Hopkins, J. T., Tomlin, A. S., Ma, L., Ingham, D. B. and Pourkashanian, M. (2012). “Aerodynamic Parameters if a UK City Derived from Morphological Data.” Boundary-Layer Meteorology, DOI: 10.1007/s10546-012-9761-2.

Building Heights

Leeds

4

Hammond, D. S., Chapman, L. and Thornes, J. E. (2012). Improving estimates of roughness length in a road weather prediction model using LIDAR data. Available online: http://www.sirwec.org/Papers/quebec/47.pdf

LiDAR

SW England

5

Yorke, L., Rumsby, B. T. and Chiverrell, R. C. (2012). “Depositional history of the Tyne valley associated with retreat and stagnation of Late Devensian Ice Streams.” Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association, Volume 123, Issue 4, pp. 608 – 625.

DEM

NE England

6

Kumar, R. S., Menaka, C. and Cutler, M. E. J. (2012). “Ann Based Robust LULC Classification Technique Using Spectral, Texture and Elevation Data. Journal of the Indian Society of Remote Sensing, DOI: 10.1007/s12524-012-0247-y.

Landsat ETM+

25m DTM

Perthshire, Scotland

7

Razgour, O.; Hanmer, J. and Jones, G. (2011) “Using multi-scale modelling to predict habitat suitability for species of conservation concern: The grey lon-eared bat as a case study.” Biological Conservation, Volume 144, Issue 12, pp. 2922-2930.

Aerial Images

Devon and the Isle of Wight

8

Hammond, D.; Champman, L. and Thornes, J. (2011) “Roughness length estimation along road transects using airborne LIDAR data, Meteorological Applications.”Available online at : http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/met.273/full

LiDAR

Birmingham and Worcestershire

9

Knox, J.; Tyrrel, S.; Daccache, A. and Weatherhead, E. (2011) “A geospatial approach to assessing microbiological water quality risks associated with irrigation abstraction.” Water and Environment Journal, PP. 282-289.

25m DTM

EA Anglian

10

Hughes, A.; Clark, C. and Jordan, C. (2010) “Subglacial bedforms of the last British Ice Sheet.” Journal of Maps, pp. 543-563.

25m DTM

Britain

11

Mason, D. C., Schumannm G. J. P. & Bates, P. D. (2010). Data Utilization in Flood Inundation Modelling. In: (eds) Flood Risk Science and Management, Blackwell, 2010.

25m DTM

United Kingdom

12

Clark, C.; Hughes, A.; Greenwood, S.; Spagnolo, M. and Ng, F. (2009) “Size and shape characteristics of drumlins, derived from large sample, and associated scaling laws.” Quaternary Science Reviews, Volume 28, Issues 7-8, pp 677-692.

25m DTM

 

United Kingdom and Ireland

13

Fowler, A. (2009) “Instability modelling of drumlin formation incorporating lee-side cavity growth.” Proceedings The Royal Society of A, Volume 465, No. 2109, p. 2681-2702.

25m DTM

County Clare, Ireland

14

Jones, R. and Searle, J. (2009), “Mapping the course of the Oxford-Hermitage chromosomal hybrid zone in the common shrew Sorex araneus – a GIS approach.” Mammalia - International Journal of the Systematics, Biology and Ecology of Mammals, Volume 67 (2). Available online at : http://plos.deepdyve.com/lp/de-gruyter/mapping-the-course-of-the-oxford-hermitage-chromosomal-hybrid-zone-in-KZF0c8sqVD

25m DTM

Oxford and Hermitage

15

Anderson, B.; Arroyo, B.; Collingham, Y.; Etheridge, B.; Farnandez-De_Simon, J.; Gillings, S.; Gregory, R.; Leckie, F.; Sim, I.; Thomas, C.; Travis, J. and Redpath, S (2009), “Using distribution models to test alternative hypotheses about a species’ environmental limits and recovery prospects.”, Biological Conservation, Volume 142, Issue 3, pp. 488-499.

75m DTM

United Kingdom

16

Raisanen, L. (2008) “A permutation-coded evolutionary strategy for multi-objective GSM network planning.” Journal of Heuristics, 14: 1-21.

DEM

United Kingdom

17

Greenwood, S. and Clark, C. (2008) “Subglacial bedforms of the Irish Ice Sheet.” Journal of Maps, pp. 332-357.

25m DTM

Ireland

18

Miller, D.; Rivington, K.; Matthews, K.; Buchan, KK. And Bellochi, G. (2007) “Testing the spatial applicability of the Johnson-Woodward method for estimating solar radiation from sunshine duration data.” Agricultural and Forest Meteorology, Volume 145, Issue 3, pp. 466-480.

25m DTM

 

United Kingdom and Ireland

19

Perk, V.; Owens, M.; Deeks, P.; Rawlins, l.; Haygarth, B.; Beven, P. and Keith, J. (2007), “Controls on Catchment-Scale Patterns of Phosphorus in Soil, Streambed Sediment, and Stream Water.”
Journal of Environmental Quality, Volume 36, No. 3, p. 694-708.

25m DTM

Tamar catchment (South-West England)

 

20

Smith, J.; Rose, J. and Booth, S. (2006) “Geomorphological mapping of glacial landforms from remotely sensed data: An evaluation of the principal data sources and an assessment of their quality”. Geomorphology, vol.76, pp.148-165.

25m DTM

 

Glasgow

21

Wilson, M. and Atkinson, P. (2005) “The use of elevation data in flood inundation modelling: a comparison of ERS interferometric SAR and combined contour and differential GPS data.” International Journal of River Basin Management, Volume 3, Issue 1, PP. 3-20.

30m DSM (Pre-released data of 25m DTM)

United Kingdom

22

Smith, M. and Clark, C. (2005) “Methods for the visualisation of digital elevation models for landform mapping.” Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 30, pp. 885-900.

25m DTM

United Kingdom and Ireland

23

Oldfield, T.; Smith, R.; Harrop, S. and Williams, N. (2004) “A gap Analysis of terrestrial protected areas in England and its implications for conservation policy.” Biological Conservation, vol.120, Issue 3, pp. 303-309.

25m DTM

England

Table 2. Landmap Datasets used in Dissertations, Presentations and Papers

No

References

Data

Coverage

1

Millin-Chalabi, G.; McMorrow, J. and Agnew, C. (2011) “Using SAR intensity and coherence to detect a moorland wildfire scar in the Peak District”, RSPSoc Annual Conference, Bournemouth University, UK. Available online at : http://www.landmap.ac.uk/images/stories/support/publication/papers/166_Millin-Chalabi.pdf

ASAR

Peak District

2

Millin-Chalabi, G., McMorrow, J. and Agnew, C. (2010) 'Using SAR to Detect Moorland Fire Scars in the Peak District'. RSPSoc Annual Conference 2010, University of Cork, Ireland

ASAR

Peak District

3

Marvin, J. (2010) “Analysing fine scale urban morphological properties of urban environments”, University of Manchester.

Building Height Data

Manchester

4

Kokate, P. (2010), “Impact of urbanisation on temporal pattern of pluvial flooding in the historical context”, University of Manchester

5m DTM

Heywood, Manchester

5

Wood, C.; Lacser, A.; Barlow, J; Padhra, A.; Belcher, S.; Grimmonf S.; Nemitz E.; Helfter, C. and Famulari, D. (2009), “ A climatology of flow and turbulence at 190 m above central London”, University of Reading. Available online at : http://cedadocs.badc.rl.ac.uk/358/1/Wood_etal_2009_LondonTurbulence.pdf

SPOT

UK Map

London

6

Austin, N.; Muller, J. ; Lixia, G.and Zhang, (2008), “ A regional investigation of urban land use change in the three gorges reservoir area, People’s Republic of China : Zigui to Wanzhou.

Available online at : ftp://ftp.ge.ucl.ac.uk/pub/jpmuller/dragon/Austin/Nick_Austin_Peer_Review_Paper_V3a_web.pdf

ASAR Images

Yangtze River, Wanzhou City

7

Dissertation: Olofsson, J. (2007),  In compliance with the Scottish Outdoor Access Code – The use of a land access map, university of Aberdeen. Available online at http://revel.se/education/agt/dissertation.pdf

Landsat 7 (Image) and SPOT (GeoTiff)

Scotland

8

Smith, J (2006), “DEM’s : UK data sets, copyright and derived products”, Kingston University. Available online at : http://edina.ac.uk/projects/grade/posters/Smith_BGS_2006.pdf

25m DTM

United Kingdom

9

PhD Report: Raisanen, L. (2006), “Multi-objective site selection and analysis for GSM cellular network planning”, Cardiff University.

DTM

British Isles

10

Masters Dissertation: Amoateng, J. (2005) “Evaluation of the accuracy of different elevation models for different land cover and terrain types.” Cranfield University.

DSM

 

11

Lavender, S.; Cherukuru, R. and Doxaran, D. (2004) “High spatial Resolution Remote Sensing of the Plymouth Coastal Waters.”  Proc. Of the 2nd CHRIS/Proba Workshop, ESA/ESRIN, Frascati, Italy. Available online at: http://earth.esa.int/workshops/chris_proba_04/papers/28_laven.pdf

25m DTM

South-West

 

Table 3. Book Publications using Landmap Datasets

No

References

Datasets

Coverage

1

Firbank, L.; Harrison, H.; Harrison, N.; Haley, D. and Griffith, B (2009) “A story of becoming: landscape creation through an art/science dynamic.” What is Land For? The Food, Fuel and Climate Change Debate, Earthscan, UK, p. 233-246

25m DTM

Devon & Cornwall

2

Voudouris, V. and Marsh, S. (2008), “GeoVisualization and GIS: A Human Centred Approach.” Visual Languages for Interactive Computing: Definitions and Formalizations. IGI Global, p. 389-406.

Landsat 7

 

3

Smith, M.; Dunlop, P. and Clark, C. (2006) “An overview of subglacial bedforms in Ireland, mapped from digital elevation data.” Glacier Science and Environmental Change, Blackwell Publishing, p. 384-387.

25m DTM

Ireland