Adam C Watts
Adam C Watts
Associate Research Professor, Fire Ecology, Desert Research Institute
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Unmanned aircraft systems in remote sensing and scientific research: Classification and considerations of use
AC Watts, VG Ambrosia, EA Hinkley
Remote Sensing 4 (6), 1671-1692, 2012
7812012
The myths of restoration ecology
RH Hilderbrand, AC Watts, AM Randle
Ecology and Society 10 (1), 19, 2005
5032005
Global vulnerability of peatlands to fire and carbon loss
MR Turetsky, B Benscoter, S Page, G Rein, GR Van Der Werf, A Watts
Nature Geoscience 8 (1), 11, 2015
3182015
Small unmanned aircraft systems for low‐altitude aerial surveys
AC Watts, JH Perry, SE Smith, MA Burgess, BE Wilkinson, Z Szantoi, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management 74 (7), 1614-1619, 2010
1752010
The science of firescapes: achieving fire-resilient communities
A Smith, CA Kolden, TB Paveglio, MA Cochrane, DMJS Bowman, ...
Bioscience 66 (2), 130-146, 2016
1122016
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in biomass-burning emissions and their contribution to light absorption and aerosol toxicity
V Samburova, J Connolly, M Gyawali, RLN Yatavelli, AC Watts, ...
Science of the Total Environment 568, 391-401, 2016
892016
Brown carbon aerosols from burning of boreal peatlands: microphysical properties, emission factors, and implications for direct radiative forcing
RK Chakrabarty, M Gyawali, RLN Yatavelli, A Pandey, AC Watts, J Knue, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 16 (5), 3033-3040, 2016
822016
Perspectives on Trends, Effectiveness, and Impediments to Prescribed Burning in the Southern US
LN Kobziar, D Godwin, L Taylor, AC Watts
Forests 6 (3), 561-580, 2015
462015
Smoldering combustion and ground fires: ecological effects and multi-scale significance
AC Watts, LN Kobziar
Fire ecology 9 (1), 124-132, 2013
432013
Organic soil combustion in cypress swamps: moisture effects and landscape implications for carbon release
AC Watts
Forest Ecology and Management 294, 178-187, 2013
392013
Light absorption by polar and non-polar aerosol compounds from laboratory biomass combustion
D Sengupta, V Samburova, C Bhattarai, E Kirillova, L Mazzoleni, ...
Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 18 (15), 10849-10867, 2018
292018
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in post-fire soils of drained peatlands in western Meshchera (Moscow region, Russia)
A Tsibart, A Gennadiev, T Koshovskii, A Watts
Solid Earth 5 (2), 1305-1317, 2014
272014
Fire reinforces structure of pondcypress (Taxodium distichum var. imbricarium) domes in a wetland landscape
AC Watts, LN Kobziar, JR Snyder
Wetlands 32 (3), 439-448, 2012
272012
A new approach for pass-point generation from aerial video imagery
BE Wilkinson, BA Dewitt, AC Watts, AH Mohamed, MA Burgess
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 75 (12), 1415-1423, 2009
222009
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UASs) for ecological research and natural-resource monitoring (Florida)
AC Watts, WS Bowman, AH Abd-Elrahman, A Mohamed, BE Wilkinson, ...
Ecological Restoration 26 (1), 13-14, 2008
202008
The Fire and Smoke Model Evaluation Experiment—A Plan for Integrated, Large Fire–Atmosphere Field Campaigns
S Prichard, NS Larkin, R Ottmar, NHF French, K Baker, T Brown, ...
Atmosphere 10 (2), 66, 2019
192019
Evidence of biogeomorphic patterning in a low‐relief karst landscape
AC Watts, DL Watts, MJ Cohen, JB Heffernan, DL McLaughlin, JB Martin, ...
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 39 (15), 2027-2037, 2014
192014
Physical and chemical characterization of aerosol in fresh and aged emissions from open combustion of biomass fuels
C Bhattarai, V Samburova, D Sengupta, M Iaukea-Lum, AC Watts, ...
Aerosol Science and Technology 52 (11), 1266-1282, 2018
172018
Restoration of dry prairie using fire and roller chopping
A Watts, G Tanner, R Dye
Land of Fire and Water: The Florida Dry Prairie Ecosystem, 225-229, 2006
162006
Scaling ecological resilience
DA Falk, AC Watts, AE Thode
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 275, 2019
152019
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