Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by J.T. Freeburn
Remote sensing of natural disturbance caused by insect defoliation and dieback: a review. 2016. Hall, R.J.; Van der Sanden, J.J.; Freeburn, J.T.; Thomas, S.J. Geomatics Canada, Open File 25. 47 p.
Large fires as agents of ecological diversity in the North American boreal forest. 2008. Burton, P.J.; Parisien, M.-A.; Hicke, J.A.; Hall, R.J.; Freeburn, J.T. International Journal of Wildland Fire 17(6): 754-767.
Remote sensing of burn severity: experience from western Canada boreal fires. 2008. Hall, R.J.; Freeburn, J.T.; de Groot, W.J.; Pritchard, J.; Lynham, T.J.; Landry, R. International Journal of Wildland Fire 17(4): 476-489.
Characterizing burn severity from remote sensing: results from four fires in the boreal. 2006. Hall, R.J.; Freeburn, J.T.; de Groot, W.J.; Pritchard, J.; Lynham, T.J.; Landry, R. Page unnumbered in Proceedings of the 3rd International Fire Ecology and Management Congress, November 13-17, 2006, San Diego, California, USA. Washington State University, Pullman, Washington, USA. 3 p.
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