Her main research concerns Lidar, Remote sensing, Canopy, Hydrology and Permafrost. The concepts of her Lidar study are interwoven with issues in Forest cover and Leaf area index. Her Light detection study, which is part of a larger body of work in Remote sensing, is frequently linked to Pulse-width modulation, bridging the gap between disciplines.
In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Canopy, Riparian zone, Vegetation type, Terrain, Ecology and Deciduous is strongly linked to Atmospheric sciences. Her Hydrology study which covers Global warming that intersects with Water resources and Disturbance. Her Permafrost study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Peat, Subarctic climate and Physical geography.
Laura Chasmer focuses on Remote sensing, Lidar, Boreal, Wetland and Permafrost. Her work deals with themes such as Understory and Tree canopy, which intersect with Remote sensing. Her Lidar research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Terrain, Canopy, Leaf area index, Vegetation and Altimeter.
Her studies deal with areas such as Watershed, Eddy covariance and Satellite imagery as well as Vegetation. Her study in Boreal is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Shrub, Bog, Disturbance, Climate change and Taiga. Her Permafrost study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Peat, Structural basin, Subarctic climate and Physical geography.
Laura Chasmer spends much of her time researching Wetland, Boreal, Ecosystem, Peat and Hydrology. Her work carried out in the field of Wetland brings together such families of science as Lidar, Surface water, Physical geography, Swamp and Landform. Her studies in Lidar integrate themes in fields like Ecosystem dynamics, Atmosphere, Forest ecology and Forest structure.
The concepts of her Boreal study are interwoven with issues in Shrub, Remote sensing, Remote sensing and Climate change. Her study in Synthetic aperture radar and Wetland classification is done as part of Remote sensing. Her Peat research includes elements of Permafrost, Community adaptation and Environmental resource management.
Wetland, Boreal, Lidar, Ecosystem and Hydrology are her primary areas of study. Her Wetland research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Circumpolar star, Physical geography, Water resources, Hydrology and Subarctic climate. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Climate change, Riparian zone, Synthetic aperture radar, Remote sensing and Wetland classification.
Her research in Lidar intersects with topics in Ecosystem services, Forest structure, Environmental resource management, Forest ecology and Ecosystem dynamics. Her Ecosystem study frequently involves adjacent topics like Remote sensing.
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Assessing forest metrics with a ground-based scanning lidar
Chris Hopkinson;Laura Chasmer;Colin Young-Pow;Paul Treitz.
Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2004)
Testing LiDAR models of fractional cover across multiple forest ecozones
Chris Hopkinson;Laura Chasmer.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2009)
Vegetation class dependent errors in lidar ground elevation and canopy height estimates in a boreal wetland environment
Chris Hopkinson;Laura E Chasmer;Gabor Sass;Irena F Creed.
Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing (2005)
Permafrost-thaw-induced land-cover change in the Canadian subarctic: implications for water resources
W.L. Quinton;M. Hayashi;L.E. Chasmer.
Hydrological Processes (2011)
Forests on thawing permafrost: fragmentation, edge effects, and net forest loss
Jennifer L. Baltzer;Tyler Veness;Laura E. Chasmer;Anastasia E. Sniderhan.
Global Change Biology (2014)
Investigating laser pulse penetration through a conifer canopy by integrating airborne and terrestrial lidar
Laura Chasmer;Chris Hopkinson;Paul Treitz.
Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing (2006)
Remote sensing of photosynthetic light-use efficiency across two forested biomes: Spatial scaling
Thomas Hilker;Forrest G. Hall;Forrest G. Hall;Nicholas C. Coops;Alexei Lyapustin;Alexei Lyapustin.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2010)
The uncertainty in conifer plantation growth prediction from multi-temporal lidar datasets
Chris Hopkinson;Laura Chasmer;R.J. Hall.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2008)
Wildfire as a major driver of recent permafrost thaw in boreal peatlands
Carolyn M. Gibson;Laura E. Chasmer;Dan K. Thompson;William L. Quinton.
Nature Communications (2018)
Peatland Hydrology of Discontinuous Permafrost in the Northwest Territories: Overview and Synthesis
W.L. Quinton;M. Hayashi;L.E. Chasmer.
Canadian Water Resources Journal (2009)
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