His primary areas of study are Volcano, Lava, Photogrammetry, Petrology and Remote sensing. As a part of the same scientific study, Mike R. James usually deals with the Photogrammetry, concentrating on Structure from motion and frequently concerns with Digital elevation model. Mike R. James combines subjects such as Cartography, Artificial intelligence, Computer vision and Bundle adjustment with his study of Digital elevation model.
His study in Petrology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Rhyolite, Dome and Silicic. His work carried out in the field of Remote sensing brings together such families of science as Landslide and Point cloud. Mike R. James has researched Magma in several fields, including Geophysics and Igneous rock.
Mike R. James focuses on Volcano, Lava, Remote sensing, Photogrammetry and Petrology. His work on Magma as part of general Volcano research is often related to Gas slug, thus linking different fields of science. As a member of one scientific family, Mike R. James mostly works in the field of Lava, focusing on Flow and, on occasion, Fluid dynamics and Thermal.
His studies in Remote sensing integrate themes in fields like Geodesy, Terrain and Laser scanning. His Photogrammetry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Digital elevation model and Structure from motion. His research in Structure from motion intersects with topics in Point cloud and Change detection.
Mike R. James mainly focuses on Photogrammetry, Structure from motion, Remote sensing, Volcano and Lava. His research investigates the connection between Photogrammetry and topics such as Sediment that intersect with problems in Soil science, Hydrology and Erosion. His Structure from motion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Point cloud, Terrain and Geomorphology.
In general Remote sensing, his work in Change detection is often linked to 3d surfaces, Repeatability, Georeference and Calibration linking many areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cloud top, Lidar, Plume and Earth observation. His Lava research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Rheology, Basalt, Flow and Petrology.
His primary scientific interests are in Photogrammetry, Magma, Bubble, Lava and Basalt. The study incorporates disciplines such as Cartography and Motion, Structure from motion in addition to Photogrammetry. He interconnects Change detection and Aerial survey in the investigation of issues within Structure from motion.
His Magma study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mechanics and Surface pressure. Mike R. James has included themes like Rheology, Viscosity, Flow, Mineralogy and Viscoelasticity in his Bubble study. The concepts of his Lava study are interwoven with issues in Rhyolite, Front, Petrology and Crust.
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Straightforward reconstruction of 3D surfaces and topography with a camera: Accuracy and geoscience application
Michael James;Stuart Robson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2012)
UAV-based remote sensing of the Super-Sauze landslide : evaluation and results.
U. Niethammer;M.R. James;S. Rothmund;J. Travelletti.
Engineering Geology (2012)
Mitigating systematic error in topographic models derived from UAV and ground-based image networks
Michael James;Stuart Robson.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2014)
Ground-based and UAV-Based photogrammetry: A multi-scale, high-resolution mapping tool for structural geology and paleoseismology
Sean P Bemis;Steven Micklethwaite;Darren Turner;Michael R James.
Journal of Structural Geology (2014)
Optimising UAV topographic surveys processed with structure-from-motion: Ground control quality, quantity and bundle adjustment
Michael Richard James;Stuart Robson;S. d’Oleire-Oltmanns;U. Niethammer.
3-D uncertainty-based topographic change detection with structure-from-motion photogrammetry: precision maps for ground control and directly georeferenced surveys
Michael Richard James;Stuart Robson;Mark Smith.
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms (2017)
Magma production and growth of the lava dome of the Soufriere Hills Volcano, Montserrat, West Indies: November 1995 to December 1997
R. S. J. Sparks;S. R. Young;J. Barclay;E. S. Calder.
Geophysical Research Letters (1998)
Comparing the accuracy of several field methods for measuring gully erosion
Carlos Castillo;Rafael Pérez;Michael James;John Quinton.
Soil Science Society of America Journal (2012)
Growth of the lava dome and extrusion rates at Soufrière Hills Volcano, Montserrat, West Indies: 2005–2008
G. A. Ryan;G. A. Ryan;G. A. Ryan;S. C. Loughlin;S. C. Loughlin;M. R. James;L. D. Jones;L. D. Jones.
Geophysical Research Letters (2010)
Pressure changes associated with the ascent and bursting of gas slugs in liquid-filled vertical and inclined conduits.
M. R. James;Stephen Lane;B Chouet;J. S. Gilbert.
Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research (2004)
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