Niels Andela
Niels Andela
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Contribution of semi-arid ecosystems to interannual variability of the global carbon cycle
B Poulter, D Frank, P Ciais, RB Myneni, N Andela, J Bi, G Broquet, ...
Nature 509 (7502), 600-603, 2014
A human-driven decline in global burned area
N Andela, DC Morton, L Giglio, Y Chen, GR van der Werf, PS Kasibhatla, ...
Science 356 (6345), 1356-1362, 2017
Global and regional trends and drivers of fire under climate change
MW Jones, JT Abatzoglou, S Veraverbeke, N Andela, G Lasslop, M Forkel, ...
Reviews of Geophysics 60 (3), e2020RG000726, 2022
The Global Fire Atlas of individual fire size, duration, speed and direction
N Andela, DC Morton, L Giglio, R Paugam, Y Chen, S Hantson, ...
Earth System Science Data 11 (2), 529-552, 2019
Recent trends in African fires driven by cropland expansion and El Niño to La Niña transition
N Andela, GR Van Der Werf
Nature Climate Change 4 (9), 791-795, 2014
Global changes in dryland vegetation dynamics (1988–2008) assessed by satellite remote sensing: comparing a new passive microwave vegetation density record with reflective …
N Andela, YY Liu, A Van Dijk, RAM De Jeu, TR McVicar
Biogeosciences 10 (10), 6657-6676, 2013
A pan-tropical cascade of fire driven by El Niño/Southern Oscillation
Y Chen, DC Morton, N Andela, GR Van Der Werf, L Giglio, JT Randerson
Nature Climate Change 7 (12), 906-911, 2017
Emergent relationships with respect to burned area in global satellite observations and fire-enabled vegetation models
M Forkel, N Andela, SP Harrison, G Lasslop, M Van Marle, E Chuvieco, ...
Biogeosciences 16 (1), 57-76, 2019
How much global burned area can be forecast on seasonal time scales using sea surface temperatures?
Y Chen, DC Morton, N Andela, L Giglio, JT Randerson
Environmental Research Letters 11 (4), 045001, 2016
The role of fire in global forest loss dynamics
D van Wees, GR van Der Werf, JT Randerson, N Andela, Y Chen, ...
Global Change Biology 27 (11), 2377-2391, 2021
New fire diurnal cycle characterizations to improve fire radiative energy assessments made from MODIS observations
N Andela, JW Kaiser, GR Van der Werf, MJ Wooster
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 15 (15), 8831-8846, 2015
Madagascar’s extraordinary biodiversity: Threats and opportunities
H Ralimanana, AL Perrigo, RJ Smith, JS Borrell, S Faurby, MT Rajaonah, ...
Science 378 (6623), eadf1466, 2022
Biomass burning fuel consumption dynamics in the tropics and subtropics assessed from satellite
N Andela, GR van der Werf, JW Kaiser, TT van Leeuwen, MJ Wooster, ...
Biogeosciences 13 (12), 3717, 2016
Madagascar’s extraordinary biodiversity: Evolution, distribution, and use
A Antonelli, RJ Smith, AL Perrigo, A Crottini, J Hackel, W Testo, H Farooq, ...
Science 378 (6623), eabf0869, 2022
Changes in land use enhance the sensitivity of tropical ecosystems to fire-climate extremes
S Kumar, A Getirana, R Libonati, C Hain, S Mahanama, N Andela
Scientific reports 12 (1), 964, 2022
Human-ignited fires result in more extreme fire behavior and ecosystem impacts
S Hantson, N Andela, ML Goulden, JT Randerson
Nature communications 13 (1), 2717, 2022
Thresholds of fire response to moisture and fuel load differ between tropical savannas and grasslands across continents
ST Alvarado, N Andela, TSF Silva, S Archibald
Global ecology and biogeography 29 (2), 331-344, 2020
Assessment the Global Fire Assimilation System (GFASv1)
N Andela, JW Kaiser, A Heil, TT Van Leeuwen, GR van der Werf, ...
MACC, Monitoring Athmospheric Composition and Climate II, 2013
Reductions in NO2 burden over north equatorial Africa from decline in biomass burning in spite of growing fossil fuel use, 2005 to 2017
JE Hickman, N Andela, K Tsigaridis, C Galy-Lacaux, M Ossohou, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (7), e2002579118, 2021
California wildfire spread derived using VIIRS satellite observations and an object-based tracking system
Y Chen, S Hantson, N Andela, SR Coffield, CA Graff, DC Morton, LE Ott, ...
Scientific data 9 (1), 249, 2022
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