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Precise elevation thresholds associated with salt marsh-upland ecotones along the Mississippi Gulf Coast C.P. Anderson, G.A. Carter, and M.C.B. Waldron 2022   Annals of the American Asosciation of Geographers, .
         
Using aerial imagery to determine the effects of sea-level rise on fluvial marshes at the mouth of the Pascagoula River (Mississippi, USA) M.C.B. Waldron, G.A. Carter, and P.D. Biber 2021   Journal of Coastal Research, 37(2), 389-407.
         
Coastal barriers – fresh look at origins, nomenclature, and classification issues. E.G. Otvos 2020   Geomorphology, 355(2020), 107000.
         
Catastrophic storm impact and gradual recovery on the Mississippi-Alabama barrier islands, 2005-2010: Changes in vegetated and total land area, and relationships of post-storm ecological communities with surface elevation. G.A. Carter, E.G. Otvos, C.P. Anderson, W.R. Funderburk, and K.L. Lucas 2018   Geomorphology, 321(2018), 72-86.
         
Coastal barriers, northern Gulf - Last Eustatic Cycle; Genetic categories and development contrasts. A review. E.G. Otvos 2018   Quaternary Science Reviews 193: 212-243.
         
Land cover data for the Mississippi–Alabama barrier islands, 2010–2011. G.A. Carter, C. P. Anderson, K. L. Lucas, and N. L. Hopper 2016   Data, 1, 16.
         
The use of aerial R, G, B imagery and LIDAR in comparing ecological habitats and geomorphic features on a natural versus man-made barrier island. C.P. Anderson, G.A. Carter, and W.R. Funderburk 2016   Remote Sensing, 8, 602.
         
Habitat change on Horn Island, Mississippi, 1940-2010, determined from textural features in panchromatic vertical aerial imagery. G.W. Jeter, Jr. and G.A. Carter 2016   Geocarto International, 31(9): 985-994.
         
Evaluating the influence of elevation and impact of Hurricane Katrina on radial growth in slash pine (Pinus elliottii var. elliottii Engelm.) on Cat Island, Mississippi, U.S.A. W.R. Funderburk, G.A. Carter, and C.P. Anderson 2016   Journal of Coastal Research, 32(3): 483-489.
         
Going with the flow or against the grain? The promise of vegetation for protecting beaches, dunes and barrier islands from erosion. R.A. Feagin, J. Figlus, J.C. Zinnert, J. Sigren, M.L. Martinez, R. Silva, W.K. Smith, D. Cox, D.R. Young, and G.A. Carter. 2015   Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 13(4): 203-210.
         
The Last Interglacial Stage: Definitions and marine highstand, North America and Eurasia. E.G. Otvos 2015   Quaternary International, 383: 158-173.
         
Seagrasses in the Mississippi and Chandeleur Sounds and problems associated with decadal-scale change detection. L.T. Pham, P.D. Biber, and G.A. Carter 2014   Gulf of Mexico Science, 32: 24-43.
         
Change in distribution and composition of vegetated habitats on Horn Island, Mississippi, northern Gulf of Mexico, in the initial five years following Hurricane Katrina. K.L. Lucas and G.A. Carter 2013   Geomorphology, 199(2013): 129-137.
         
Rapid and widespread response of the Lower Mississippi River to eustatic forcing during the last glacial-interglacial cycle: Discussion. E.G. Otvos 2013   GSA Bulletin (2013) 125 (7-8): 1369–1374.
         
Regressive and transgressive barrier islands on the north-central Gulf Coast – contrasts in evolution, sediment delivery, and island vulnerability. E.G. Otvos and G.A. Carter 2013   Geomorphology, 198(2013): 1-19.
         
Nomenclature, processes, and classification issues. E.G. Otvos 2012   Geomorphology, 353(2020), 139: 39-52, 2012.
         
Historical changes in seagrass coverage on the Mississippi barrier islands, northern Gulf of Mexico, determined from vertical aerial imagery (1940-2007). G.A. Carter, K.L. Lucas, P.D. Biber, G.A. Criss, and G.A. Blossom 2011   Geocarto International, 26(8): 663-673.
         
Hurricane signatures and landforms - toward improved interpretations and global storm climate chronology. E.G. Otvos 2011   Sedimentary Geology, 239: 10-22.
         
Decadal-scale changes in habitat abundance and distribution on Horn Island, Mississippi. K.L. Lucas and G.A. Carter. 2010   Journal of Coastal Research 26: 1142-1148.
         
Barrier islands: Coupling anthropogenic stability with ecological sustainability. R.A. Feagin, W.K. Smith, N.P. Psuty, D.R. Young, J.C. Gibeaut, M.L. Martinez, G.A. Carter, K.L. Lucas, J.N. Gemma, and R.E. Koske 2010   Journal of Coastal Research 26: 987-992.
         
Estimating vascular plant species richness on Horn Island, Mississippi using small-footprint airborne LIDAR. K.L. Lucas, G.T. Raber, and G.A. Carter. 2010   Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 4, 043545.
         
Remotely sensed spectral heterogeneity as a proxy of species diversity: Recent advances and open challenges. D. Rocchini, N. Balkenhol, G.A. Carter, G.M. Foody, T.W. Gillespie, K.S. He, S. Kark, N. Levin, K. Lucas, M. Luoto, H. Nagendra, J. Oldeland, C. Ricotta, J. Southworth, and M. Neteler 2010   Ecological Informatics 5: 318-329.
         

Clouds and cloud immersion alter photosynthetic light quality in a temperate mountain cloud forest.

K. Reinhardt, W. K. Smith, and G. A. Carter 2010   Botany, 88: 462-470.

 

       
Remote sensing and mapping of tamarisk along the Colorado River, USA: A comparative use of summer-acquired Hyperion, Thematic Mapper and QuickBird data. G.A. Carter, K.L. Lucas, G.A. Blossom, C.L. Lassitter, D.M. Holiday, D.S. Mooneyhan, D.R. Fastring, T.R. Holcombe, and J.A. Griffith 2009   Remote Sensing 1: 318-329.
         
The use of hyperspectral remote sensing to assess vascular plant species richness on Horn Island, Mississippi. K.L. Lucas and G.A. Carter 2008   Remote Sensing of Environment 112: 3908-3915.
         
Seagrass mapping in the northern Gulf of Mexico using airborne hyperspectral imagery: a comparison of classification methods. E. Peneva, J.A. Griffith, and G.A. Carter 2008   Journal of Coastal Research 24: 850-856.
         
Hurricane degradation – barrier development cycles, northeastern Gulf of Mexico: landform evolution and island chain history. E.G. Otvos and G. A. Carter 2008   Journal of Coastal Research 24: 463-478.
         
Derivative analysis of AVIRIS data for crop stress detection. L. Estep, and G. A. Carter 2005   Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 71: 1417-1421.
         
Indicators of plant species richness in AVIRIS spectra of a mesic grassland. G.A. Carter, A.K. Knapp, J.E. Anderson, G.A. Hoch, and M.D. Smith 2005   Remote Sensing of Environment 98: 304-316.
         
Use of a prototype instrument to detect short-term changes in solar-excited leaf fluorescence. G.A. Carter, A. Freedman, P.L. Kebabian, and H.E. Scott 2004    International Journal of Remote Sensing 25: 1779-1784.

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