Sander Veraverbeke focuses on Vegetation, Remote sensing, Satellite imagery, Climatology and Normalized Difference Vegetation Index. Sander Veraverbeke studies Vegetation, focusing on Fire regime in particular. While the research belongs to areas of Fire regime, he spends his time largely on the problem of Boreal, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Taiga.
His work carried out in the field of Remote sensing brings together such families of science as Calluna and Woodland. Sander Veraverbeke has included themes like Thematic Mapper and Standard deviation in his Satellite imagery study. His Climatology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Global warming, Carbon dioxide, Arctic and Ecosystem.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Remote sensing, Vegetation, Boreal, Taiga and Climatology. His research brings together the fields of Normalized burn ratio and Remote sensing. His Vegetation study incorporates themes from Linear regression, Physical geography, Earth system science and Scale.
The Boreal study combines topics in areas such as Climate change, Atmospheric sciences, Meteorology, Greenhouse gas and Fire regime. His Taiga research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Lightning and Albedo. His research on Climatology also deals with topics like
Sander Veraverbeke mainly investigates Taiga, Boreal, Greenhouse gas, Forestry and Climate change. Sander Veraverbeke has researched Taiga in several fields, including Global warming and Physical geography. His work deals with themes such as Soil water, Logging, Vegetation, Carbon sink and Ecozone, which intersect with Physical geography.
His study in Boreal is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Lightning and Atmospheric sciences. His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Climatology and Forcing. His Boreal zone research extends to Climatology, which is thematically connected.
Sander Veraverbeke spends much of his time researching Taiga, Boreal, Climate change, Global warming and Atmospheric sciences. His Taiga research incorporates themes from Lightning, Arctic and Greenhouse gas. Sander Veraverbeke interconnects Ecozone, Vegetation, Logging and Carbon sink in the investigation of issues within Greenhouse gas.
The various areas that Sander Veraverbeke examines in his Climate change study include Permafrost, Climatology, Tundra and Physical geography. His Physical geography research incorporates elements of Ecosystem and Black spruce. His Global warming study combines topics in areas such as Fire weather, Fire regime, Edaphic, Ecoregion and Tree species.
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Lightning as a major driver of recent large fire years in North American boreal forests
Sander Veraverbeke;Sander Veraverbeke;Brendan M. Rogers;Mike L. Goulden;Randi R. Jandt.
Nature Climate Change (2017)
The temporal dimension of differenced Normalized Burn Ratio (dNBR) fire/burn severity studies: the case of the large 2007 Peloponnese wildfires in Greece.
Sander Veraverbeke;Stefaan Lhermitte;Willem Verstraeten;Rudi Goossens.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2010)
Carbon dioxide sources from Alaska driven by increasing early winter respiration from Arctic tundra.
Roisin Commane;Jakob Lindaas;Joshua Benmergui;Kristina A. Luus.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2017)
Burned Area Detection and Burn Severity Assessment of a Heathland Fire in Belgium Using Airborne Imaging Spectroscopy (APEX)
Lennert Schepers;Birgen Haest;Sander Veraverbeke;Toon Spanhove.
Remote Sensing (2014)
Assessing post-fire vegetation recovery using red-near infrared vegetation indices: Accounting for background and vegetation variability
S. Veraverbeke;S. Veraverbeke;Ioannis Z. Gitas;Thomas Katagis;Anastasia Polychronaki.
Isprs Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (2012)
Assessing intra-annual vegetation regrowth after fire using the pixel based regeneration index
Stefaan Lhermitte;Stefaan Lhermitte;Jan Verbesselt;Jan Verbesselt;Willem W Verstraeten;Sander Veraverbeke.
Isprs Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (2011)
Evaluating spectral indices for burned area discrimination using MODIS/ASTER (MASTER) airborne simulator data
S Veraverbeke;Sarah Harris;Sarah Harris;Simon Hook.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2011)
Identification of two distinct fire regimes in Southern California: implications for economic impact and future change
Yufang Jin;Yufang Jin;Michael L. Goulden;Nicolas Faivre;Sander Veraverbeke.
Environmental Research Letters (2015)
Evaluating Landsat Thematic Mapper spectral indices for estimating burn severity of the 2007 Peloponnese wildfires in Greece.
Sander Veraverbeke;Willem W. Verstraeten;Stefaan Lhermitte;Rudi Goossens.
International Journal of Wildland Fire (2010)
Historical landscape photographs for calibration of Landsat land use/cover in the northern Ethiopian highlands
S. de Mûelenaere;A. Frankl;M. Haile;J. Poesen.
Land Degradation & Development (2014)
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