His primary areas of study are Remote sensing, Vegetation, Meteorology, Radiative transfer and Greenhouse gas. His work deals with themes such as Fire season, Pixel and Scale, which intersect with Remote sensing. His research in Meteorology intersects with topics in Algorithm and Radiometer.
His Radiative transfer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Trace gas, Radiance, Geostationary orbit and Aerosol. His Greenhouse gas research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Peat, Atmosphere and Atmospheric sciences. His Peat research incorporates elements of Fossil fuel, Deforestation and Smoke.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Remote sensing, Meteorology, Atmospheric sciences, Radiative transfer and Vegetation. His Remote sensing research includes elements of Volcano and Pixel. His work on Plume, Atmosphere and Troposphere as part of general Meteorology study is frequently linked to Fuel efficiency, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His research in Atmospheric sciences focuses on subjects like Greenhouse gas, which are connected to Methane. His research investigates the connection with Radiative transfer and areas like Geostationary orbit which intersect with concerns in Moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer, Temporal resolution, Diurnal cycle and Algorithm. His Vegetation study also includes fields such as
Martin J. Wooster focuses on Remote sensing, Radiative transfer, Air quality index, Atmospheric sciences and Geostationary orbit. The various areas that Martin J. Wooster examines in his Remote sensing study include Pixel and Meteorology, Trace gas. Martin J. Wooster interconnects Vegetation and Moderate-resolution imaging spectroradiometer in the investigation of issues within Radiative transfer.
His research integrates issues of Smoke, Agriculture, Crop residue, Particulates and Air pollution in his study of Air quality index. Martin J. Wooster combines subjects such as Atmosphere, Boreal, Temperate climate, δ13C and Peat with his study of Atmospheric sciences. His Geostationary orbit study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Diurnal cycle and Temporal resolution.
His primary scientific interests are in Remote sensing, Agriculture, Tropics, Meteorology and Magnitude. His Remote sensing study combines topics in areas such as Radiative transfer, Shortwave and Vegetation. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Multispectral pattern recognition, Multispectral image, Greenhouse gas and Radiance.
His studies in Meteorology integrate themes in fields like Image resolution, Pixel, Fire regime and Geostationary orbit. His Geostationary orbit study incorporates themes from Trace gas, Temporal resolution, Radiometer and Stage. Martin J. Wooster focuses mostly in the field of Diurnal cycle, narrowing it down to matters related to Particulates and, in some cases, Peat, Atmospheric sciences and Air quality index.
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Fire radiative energy for quantitative study of biomass burning: derivation from the BIRD experimental satellite and comparison to MODIS fire products.
Martin Wooster;B Zhukov;D Oertel.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2003)
Retrieval of biomass combustion rates and totals from fire radiative power observations: FRP derivation and calibration relationships between biomass consumption and fire radiative energy release
Martin Wooster;G Roberts;G L W Perry;G L W Perry;Y J Kaufman.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
Fire carbon emissions over maritime southeast Asia in 2015 largest since 1997
V. Huijnen;M. J. Wooster;M. J. Wooster;J. W. Kaiser;D. L. A. Gaveau.
Scientific Reports (2016)
Major atmospheric emissions from peat fires in Southeast Asia during non-drought years: evidence from the 2013 Sumatran fires.
David L. A. Gaveau;Mohammad A. Salim;Kristell Hergoualc'h;Bruno Locatelli.
Scientific Reports (2015)
High Throughput Field Phenotyping of Wheat Plant Height and Growth Rate in Field Plot Trials Using UAV Based Remote Sensing
Fenner Howard Holman;Andrew Riche;Adam Michalski;March Castle.
Remote Sensing (2016)
A review of Ts/VI remote sensing based methods for the retrieval of land surface energy fluxes and soil surface moisture.
George Petropoulos;T.N. Carlson;M Wooster;S Islam.
Progress in Physical Geography (2009)
Annual and diurnal african biomass burning temporal dynamics
G. Roberts;Martin Wooster;E. Lagoudakis.
Retrieval of biomass combustion rates and totals from fire radiative power observations: Application to southern Africa using geostationary SEVIRI imagery
G Roberts;Martin Wooster;G L W Perry;G L W Perry;N Drake.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2005)
Relationships between energy release, fuel mass loss, and trace gas and aerosol emissions during laboratory biomass fires
Patrick H. Freeborn;Patrick H. Freeborn;Martin J. Wooster;Wei Min Hao;Cecily A. Ryan.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Effusion rate trends at Etna and Krafla and their implications for eruptive mechanisms
A J L Harris;A J L Harris;J B Murray;S E Aries;Meirion Davies.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2000)
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