His scientific interests lie mostly in Remote sensing, Sand dune stabilization, Remote sensing, Digital elevation model and Photogrammetry. As part of his studies on Remote sensing, Chris H. Hugenholtz frequently links adjacent subjects like Remotely piloted aircraft. Sand dune stabilization is a subfield of Geomorphology that Chris H. Hugenholtz investigates.
His Digital elevation model research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Elevation, River morphology, Aerial survey and Hydrology. His work deals with themes such as Orthophoto, Lidar, Image processing and Digital camera, which intersect with Photogrammetry. His Vegetation cover research includes elements of Sedimentology, Aeolian processes, Aeolian sand and Field.
Chris H. Hugenholtz focuses on Aeolian processes, Geomorphology, Remote sensing, Sand dune stabilization and Hydrology. Chris H. Hugenholtz has included themes like Wind speed, Sediment transport, Sediment and Atmospheric sciences in his Aeolian processes study. His Geomorphology research focuses on subjects like Mars Exploration Program, which are linked to Bedform.
He combines topics linked to Terrain with his work on Remote sensing. His Sand dune stabilization study incorporates themes from Endangered species, Archaeology and Vegetation, Vegetation cover. Chris H. Hugenholtz interconnects Arid and Physical geography in the investigation of issues within Vegetation.
Chris H. Hugenholtz mainly focuses on Aeolian processes, Leak detection, Methane emissions, Mars Exploration Program and Methane. His Aeolian processes study deals with the bigger picture of Geomorphology. His research integrates issues of Open path and Environmental engineering in his study of Methane emissions.
His work in Mars Exploration Program covers topics such as Bedform which are related to areas like Tar, Wavelength and Sedimentology. As part of the same scientific family, he usually focuses on Methane, concentrating on Aerospace engineering and intersecting with Drone. His studies in Atmospheric sciences integrate themes in fields like Hydrology and Turbulence.
His primary scientific interests are in Aeolian processes, Methane emissions, Natural gas, Drone and Mars Exploration Program. Particularly relevant to Saltation is his body of work in Aeolian processes. Chris H. Hugenholtz usually deals with Natural gas and limits it to topics linked to False positive rate and Wind speed.
Chris H. Hugenholtz has researched Wind speed in several fields, including Hydrology, Turbulence and Atmospheric sciences. His study in the field of Martian is also linked to topics like Scaling and Sampling. His studies deal with areas such as Terrain, Sedimentology, Geomorphology, Mineralogy and Tar as well as Martian.
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Geomorphological mapping with a small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS): Feature detection and accuracy assessment of a photogrammetrically-derived digital terrain model
Chris H. Hugenholtz;Chris H. Hugenholtz;Ken Whitehead;Owen W. Brown;Thomas E. Barchyn.
Remote sensing and spatial analysis of aeolian sand dunes: A review and outlook
Chris H. Hugenholtz;Chris H. Hugenholtz;Noam Levin;Thomas E. Barchyn;Matthew C. Baddock.
Earth-Science Reviews (2012)
Remote sensing of the environment with small unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), part 2: scientific and commercial applications1
Ken Whitehead;Chris H. Hugenholtz;Stephen Myshak;Owen Brown.
Journal of Unmanned Vehicle Systems (2014)
Hyperspatial Remote Sensing of Channel Reach Morphology and Hydraulic Fish Habitat Using an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV): A First Assessment in the Context of River Research and Management
A. Tamminga;C. Hugenholtz;B. Eaton;M. Lapointe.
River Research and Applications (2015)
Biogeomorphic model of dunefield activation and stabilization on the northern Great Plains
C.H. Hugenholtz;S.A. Wolfe.
Recent stabilization of active sand dunes on the Canadian prairies and relation to recent climate variations
Chris H. Hugenholtz;Stephen A. Wolfe.
UAS-based remote sensing of fluvial change following an extreme flood event
Aaron D. Tamminga;Brett C. Eaton;Chris H. Hugenholtz.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2015)
Enhancing UAV–SfM 3D Model Accuracy in High-Relief Landscapes by Incorporating Oblique Images
Paul Ryan Nesbit;Christopher H. Hugenholtz.
Remote Sensing (2019)
Brief Communication: Low-cost, on-demand aerial photogrammetry for glaciological measurement
K. Whitehead;B. J. Moorman;C. H. Hugenholtz.
The Cryosphere (2013)
Barchan dunes stabilized under recent climate warming on the northern Great Plains
Stephen A. Wolfe;Christopher H. Hugenholtz.
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