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  1. A quantitative understanding of the state and determinants of water-energy-food security in Africa
  2. Supplementary material to "The importance of detection thresholds for the quantification of source and timing of high-latitude dust emission using remote sensing"
  3. The importance of detection thresholds for the quantification of source and timing of high-latitude dust emission using remote sensing
  4. Evaluating the accuracy of gridded water resources reanalysis and evapotranspiration products for assessing water security in poorly gauged basins
  5. Proglacial lake expansion and glacier retreat in Arctic Sweden
  6. Quantifying Mechanisms of Aeolian Dust Emission: Field Measurements at Etosha Pan, Namibia
  7. Getting the right age? Testing luminescence dating of both quartz and feldspars against independent age controls
  8. How useful are gridded water resources reanalysis and evapotranspiration products for assessing water security in ungauged basins?
  9. Supplementary material to "How useful are gridded water resources reanalysis and evapotranspiration products for assessing water security in ungauged basins?"
  10. Structurally controlled englacial origin of supraglacial debris cover and relief at a debris-covered Alpine glacier
  11. Why is the atmosphere becoming drier? - An investigation of the role of dynamical drivers on recent trends in relative humidity
  12. Meteorological effects and impacts of the 10 June 2021 solar eclipse over the British Isles, Iceland and Greenland
  13. Remote Sensing of Aeolian Processes
  14. Combining Sentinel-1 and Landsat 8 Does Not Improve Classification Accuracy of Tropical Selective Logging
  15. Water security in sub‐Saharan Africa: Understanding the status of sustainable development goal 6
  16. Warm Arctic Proglacial Lakes in the ASTER Surface Temperature Product
  17. The hydrology of glacier‐bed overdeepenings: Sediment transport mechanics, drainage system morphology, and geomorphological implications
  18. Detecting tropical selective logging with C-band SAR data may require a time series approach
  19. Blowout Morphometrics and Mass Balances
  20. Understanding dust sources through remote sensing: Making a case for CubeSats
  21. Optimisation of UAVs‐SfM data collection in aeolian landform morphodynamics: A Case study from the Gonghe Basin, China
  22. Mapping pervasive selective logging in the south-west Brazilian Amazon 2000–2019
  23. Where are mines located in sub‐Saharan Africa and how have they expanded overtime?
  24. Glacier algae accelerate melt rates on the south-western Greenland Ice Sheet
  25. The PiSpec: A Low-Cost, 3D-Printed Spectrometer for Measuring Volcanic SO2 Emission Rates
  26. Glacier algae accelerate melt rates on the western Greenland Ice Sheet
  27. Supplementary material to "Glacier algae accelerate melt rates on the western Greenland Ice Sheet"
  28. A Rapidly Convecting Lava Lake at Masaya Volcano, Nicaragua
  29. A machine learning approach to map tropical selective logging
  30. Fifty years of Area : Taking stock, looking forward
  31. A Machine Learning Approach To Map Tropical Selective Logging
  32. Quantifying bioalbedo: a new physically based model and discussion of empirical methods for characterising biological influence on ice and snow albedo
  33. Quantifying bioalbedo: A new physically-based model and critique of empirical methods for characterizing biological influence on ice and snow albedo
  34. Evaporative sodium salt crust development and its wind tunnel derived transport dynamics under variable climatic conditions
  35. Editorial
  36. Ultraviolet Imaging with Low Cost Smartphone Sensors: Development and Application of a Raspberry Pi-Based UV Camera
  37. Enhancing weak transient signals in SEVIRI false color imagery: Application to dust source detection in southern Africa
  38. Meteorological effects of the solar eclipse of 20 March 2015: analysis of UK Met Office automatic weather station data and comparison with automatic weather station data from the Faroes and Iceland
  39. Pre-melt-season sediment plume variability at Jökulsárlón, Iceland, a preliminary evaluation using in-situ spectroradiometry and satellite imagery
  40. Analysis of remotely sensed data for fluvial geomorphology and river science
  41. Climate-surface-pore-water interactions on a salt crusted playa: implications for crust pattern and surface roughness development measured using terrestrial laser scanning
  42. Application of Spatial Interpolation Method for Estimating the Spatial Variability of Rainfall in Semiarid New Mexico, USA
  43. Testing the performance of state-of-the-art dust emission schemes using DO4Models field data
  44. The dynamism of salt crust patterns on playas
  45. A prospectus for future geomorphological investigation of the Namib Sand Sea
  46. Estimating aerodynamic roughness over complex surface terrain
  47. Patterns of Aerosol Over Malaysia from Multiple Satellite-Borne Sensors
  48. A sub‐basin scale dust plume source frequency inventory for southern Africa, 2005–2008
  49. Environmental controls at multiple scales for the western Pacific: An Okinawan case study
  50. Recent advances in our understanding of dust source emission processes
  51. Northern Peatland Vegetation and the Carbon Cycle: A Remote Sensing Approach
  52. On the formation of sand ramps: A case study from the Mojave Desert
  53. Synoptic climatology of cold air drainage in the Derwent Valley, Peak District, UK
  54. UVolc: A software platform for measuring volcanic SO2 fluxes
  55. Pans, Playas and Salt Lakes
  56. The evolution of coastal barrier systems: a case study of the Middle-Late Pleistocene Wilderness barriers, South Africa
  57. Increasing rain intensity over Okinawa, 1982-2005, and the link to changes in characteristics of northwest Pacific typhoons
  58. The Namib Sand Sea digital database of aeolian dunes and key forcing variables
  59. Protocols for UV camera volcanic SO2 measurements
  60. Deserts and Desert Environments - By Julie Laity
  61. Dust source identification using MODIS: A comparison of techniques applied to the Lake Eyre Basin, Australia
  62. A multi-scale remote sensing approach for monitoring northern peatland hydrology: Present possibilities and future challenges
  63. Comparison of Low Cost Miniature Spectrometers for Volcanic SO2 Emission Measurements
  64. The hydrochemistry of a semi-arid pan basin case study: Sua Pan, Makgadikgadi, Botswana
  65. Hydrochemical fluctuations and crustacean community composition in an ephemeral saline lake (Sua Pan, Makgadikgadi Botswana)
  66. Dust emission response to climate in southern Africa
  67. Mapping the effects of water stress on Sphagnum: Preliminary observations using airborne remote sensing
  68. Analysis of Aerial Photography and Other Remotely Sensed Data
  69. Detecting near-surface moisture stress in spp.
  70. Mapping intertidal estuarine sediment grain size distributions through airborne remote sensing
  71. Monitoring hydrological controls on dust emissions: preliminary observations from Etosha Pan, Namibia
  72. Ephemeral lakes and desert dust sources
  73. The spectral behaviour ofSphagnumcanopies under varying hydrological conditions
  74. Investigation of flood inundation on playas within the Zone of Chotts, using a time-series of AVHRR
  75. The mapping of hydrothermal alteration zones on the island of Lesvos, Greece using an integrated remote sensing dataset
  76. Modelling landscape-scale habitat use using GIS and remote sensing: a case study with great bustards
  77. The influence of surface and interstitial moisture on the spectral characteristics of intertidal sediments: Implications for airborne image acquisition and processing
  78. Quantifying geomorphic and riparian land cover changes either side of a large flood event using airborne remote sensing: River Tay, Scotland
  79. Application of AVHRR to monitoring a climatically sensitive playa. case study: Chott El Djerid, Southern Tunisia
  80. Relict Soils and Early Arable Land Management in Lofoten, Norway
  81. Techniques for measuring rock weathering: application to a dated fan segment sequence in southern Tunisia
  82. The Use of Image Analysis in the Micromorphological Study of Old Cultivated Soils: an Evaluation Based on Soils from the Island of Papa Stour, Shetland
  83. Validated linear mixture modelling of Landsat TM data for mapping evaporite minerals on a playa surface: methods and applications
  84. A preliminary investigation into the spectral characteristics of inter-tidal estuarine sediments
  85. Salt ramps: Wind-induced depositional features on Tunisian playas
  86. Hydrochemical and water source variations across a floodplain mire, Insh Marshes, Scotland
  87. Marine-like potash evaporite formation on a continental playa: case study from Chott el Djerid, southern Tunisia
  88. PLAYA SEDIMENTOLOGY AND GEOMORPHOLOGY: MIXTURE MODELLING APPLIED TO LANDSAT THEMATIC MAPPER DATA OF CHOTT EL DJERID, TUNISIA
  89. THE CHEMICAL EVOLUTION OF THE BRINES OF CHOTT EL DJERID, SOUTHERN TUNISIA, AFTER AN EXCEPTIONAL RAINFALL EVENT IN JANUARY 1990