Michael P. Bishop focuses on Glacier, Geomorphology, Surge, Remote sensing and Earth science. His work carried out in the field of Glacier brings together such families of science as Remote sensing and Geomorphometry. Michael P. Bishop has included themes like Denudation and Tectonics in his Geomorphology study.
His Surge research focuses on subjects like Glacier ice accumulation, which are linked to Glacier morphology, Moraine and Physical geography. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cryosphere, National Snow and Ice Data Center and Climate change. His Earth science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Glacial period, Last Glacial Maximum, Glacial earthquake, Metamorphism and Geodynamics.
Glacier, Geomorphology, Remote sensing, Physical geography and Barrier island are his primary areas of study. Michael P. Bishop specializes in Glacier, namely Glacier mass balance. His study in the field of Geomorphometry, Deglaciation and Aeolian processes also crosses realms of Anisotropy and Cosmogenic nuclide.
His research in Geomorphometry intersects with topics in Denudation, Tectonics, Geospatial analysis and Data science. When carried out as part of a general Physical geography research project, his work on Moraine is frequently linked to work in Spatial ecology, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His work focuses on many connections between Climate change and other disciplines, such as Climatology, that overlap with his field of interest in Geodynamics.
His main research concerns Geomorphology, Barrier island, Anisotropy, Glacier and Remote sensing. Michael P. Bishop studies Geomorphology, focusing on Geomorphometry in particular. His study looks at the relationship between Barrier island and topics such as Storm, which overlap with Digital elevation model and Shore.
His Glacier research incorporates elements of Debris, Cryosphere, Climate change and Deep learning, Artificial intelligence. His Climate change research integrates issues from Remote sensing, Climatology and Physical geography. The concepts of his Remote sensing study are interwoven with issues in Scheduling, Metadata and Permission.
His primary areas of study are Digital elevation model, Barrier island, Storm, Geomorphology and Marine transgression. The Digital elevation model study combines topics in areas such as Cartography, Principal component analysis and Field. His Barrier island study incorporates themes from Elevation, Wavelet coherence, Headland and Bathymetry.
He combines subjects such as Sea level and Overwash with his study of Geomorphology. Glacier is closely connected to Teleconnection in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Physical geography. His Glacier research incorporates themes from Climatology, Climate change, Remote sensing and Natural hazard.
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Erosion, Himalayan geodynamics, and the geomorphology of metamorphism
Peter K. Zeitler;Anne S. Meltzer;Peter O. Koons;David Craw.
Gsa Today (2001)
Multispectral imaging contributions to global land ice measurements from space
Jeffrey S. Kargel;Michael J. Abrams;Michael P. Bishop;Andrew Bush.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2005)
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for High-Throughput Phenotyping and Agronomic Research
Yeyin Shi;J. Alex Thomasson;Seth C. Murray;N. Ace Pugh.
PLOS ONE (2016)
Remote sensing and GIS technology in the Global Land Ice Measurements from Space (GLIMS) Project
Bruce Raup;Andreas Kääb;Jeffrey S. Kargel;Michael P. Bishop.
Computers & Geosciences (2007)
Geospatial technologies and digital geomorphological mapping: Concepts, issues and research
Michael P. Bishop;L. Allan James;John F. Shroder;Stephen J. Walsh.
Crustal reworking at Nanga Parbat, Pakistan: Metamorphic consequences of thermal-mechanical coupling facilitated by erosion
Peter K. Zeitler;Peter O. Koons;Michael P. Bishop;C. Page Chamberlain.
Expanded and Recently Increased Glacier Surging in the Karakoram
Luke Copland;Tyler Sylvestre;Michael P. Bishop;John F. Shroder.
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research (2011)
Identifying and Cultivating Superforecasters as a Method of Improving Probabilistic Predictions
Barbara Mellers;Eric Stone;Terry Murray;Angela Minster.
Perspectives on Psychological Science (2015)
Remote Sensing and Geomorphometry for Studying Relief Production in High Mountains
Michael P. Bishop;John F. Shroder;Jeffrey D. Colby.
Karakoram glacier surge dynamics
D. J. Quincey;M. Braun;Neil F. Glasser;M. P. Bishop.
Geophysical Research Letters (2011)
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