Aaron M. Sparks

Aaron M. Sparks

University of Idaho

H-index: 14

North America-United States

About Aaron M. Sparks

Aaron M. Sparks, With an exceptional h-index of 14 and a recent h-index of 14 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at University of Idaho, specializes in the field of Fire Ecology, Remote Sensing, Precision Forestry.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

An Accuracy Assessment of Field and Airborne Laser Scanning–Derived Individual Tree Inventories using Felled Tree Measurements and Log Scaling Data in a Mixed Conifer Forest

Evaluating Predictive Models of Tree Foliar Moisture Content for Application to Multispectral UAS Data: A Laboratory Study

Integrating active fire behavior observations and multitemporal airborne laser scanning data to quantify fire impacts on tree growth: A pilot study in mature Pinus ponderosa stands

Fire intensity impacts on physiological performance and mortality in Pinus monticola and Pseudotsuga menziesii saplings: a dose–response analysis

Mapping arable land and permanent agriculture extent and change in southern greece using the european union LUCAS survey and a 35-year landsat time series analysis

A Conventional Cruise and Felled-Tree Validation of Individual Tree Diameter, Height and Volume Derived from Airborne Laser Scanning Data of a Loblolly Pine (P. taeda) Stand in …

Cross-comparison of individual tree detection methods using low and high pulse density airborne laser scanning data

Accuracy of a lidar-based individual tree detection and attribute measurement algorithm developed to inform forest products supply chain and resource management

Aaron M. Sparks Information

University

University of Idaho

Position

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Citations(all)

653

Citations(since 2020)

494

Cited By

316

hIndex(all)

14

hIndex(since 2020)

14

i10Index(all)

16

i10Index(since 2020)

16

Email

University Profile Page

University of Idaho

Aaron M. Sparks Skills & Research Interests

Fire Ecology

Remote Sensing

Precision Forestry

Top articles of Aaron M. Sparks

Title

Journal

Author(s)

Publication Date

An Accuracy Assessment of Field and Airborne Laser Scanning–Derived Individual Tree Inventories using Felled Tree Measurements and Log Scaling Data in a Mixed Conifer Forest

Forest Science

Aaron M Sparks

Mark V Corrao

Robert F Keefe

Ryan Armstrong

Alistair MS Smith

2024/3/29

Evaluating Predictive Models of Tree Foliar Moisture Content for Application to Multispectral UAS Data: A Laboratory Study

Remote Sensing

Lauren E Lad

Wade T Tinkham

Aaron M Sparks

Alistair MS Smith

2023/12/12

Integrating active fire behavior observations and multitemporal airborne laser scanning data to quantify fire impacts on tree growth: A pilot study in mature Pinus ponderosa stands

Forest Ecology and Management

Aaron M Sparks

Alistair MS Smith

Andrew T Hudak

Mark V Corrao

Robert L Kremens

...

2023/10/1

Fire intensity impacts on physiological performance and mortality in Pinus monticola and Pseudotsuga menziesii saplings: a dose–response analysis

Tree Physiology

Aaron M Sparks

Alexander S Blanco

David R Wilson

Dylan W Schwilk

Daniel M Johnson

...

2023/8

Mapping arable land and permanent agriculture extent and change in southern greece using the european union LUCAS survey and a 35-year landsat time series analysis

Remote Sensing

Aaron M Sparks

Imen Bouhamed

Luigi Boschetti

Ioannis Z Gitas

Chariton Kalaitzidis

2022/7/13

A Conventional Cruise and Felled-Tree Validation of Individual Tree Diameter, Height and Volume Derived from Airborne Laser Scanning Data of a Loblolly Pine (P. taeda) Stand in …

Remote Sensing

Mark V Corrao

Aaron M Sparks

Alistair MS Smith

2022/5/27

Cross-comparison of individual tree detection methods using low and high pulse density airborne laser scanning data

Remote Sensing

Aaron M Sparks

Mark V Corrao

Alistair MS Smith

2022/7/20

Accuracy of a lidar-based individual tree detection and attribute measurement algorithm developed to inform forest products supply chain and resource management

Forests

Aaron M Sparks

Alistair MS Smith

2021/12/21

Satellite remote sensing of active fires: History and current status, applications and future requirements

Martin J Wooster

Gareth J Roberts

Louis Giglio

David P Roy

Patrick H Freeborn

...

2021/12/15

Drought Increases Vulnerability of Pinus ponderosa Saplings to Fire-Induced Mortality

Fire

Raquel Partelli-Feltrin

Daniel M Johnson

Aaron M Sparks

Henry D Adams

Crystal A Kolden

...

2020/9/28

Fuels and fire behavior from masticated treatments burned in laboratory and field experiments in thinned 30-year old pine plantations, Idaho

Penelope Morgan

Zachary D Lyon

Aaron M Sparks

Alistair Smith

Robert F Keefe

2020

Estimating wildfire fuel consumption with multitemporal airborne laser scanning data and demonstrating linkage with MODIS-derived fire radiative energy

Remote Sensing of Environment

T Ryan McCarley

Andrew T Hudak

Aaron M Sparks

Nicole M Vaillant

Arjan JH Meddens

...

2020/12/15

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Aaron M. Sparks FAQs

What is Aaron M. Sparks's h-index at University of Idaho?

The h-index of Aaron M. Sparks has been 14 since 2020 and 14 in total.

What are Aaron M. Sparks's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

An Accuracy Assessment of Field and Airborne Laser Scanning–Derived Individual Tree Inventories using Felled Tree Measurements and Log Scaling Data in a Mixed Conifer Forest

Evaluating Predictive Models of Tree Foliar Moisture Content for Application to Multispectral UAS Data: A Laboratory Study

Integrating active fire behavior observations and multitemporal airborne laser scanning data to quantify fire impacts on tree growth: A pilot study in mature Pinus ponderosa stands

Fire intensity impacts on physiological performance and mortality in Pinus monticola and Pseudotsuga menziesii saplings: a dose–response analysis

Mapping arable land and permanent agriculture extent and change in southern greece using the european union LUCAS survey and a 35-year landsat time series analysis

A Conventional Cruise and Felled-Tree Validation of Individual Tree Diameter, Height and Volume Derived from Airborne Laser Scanning Data of a Loblolly Pine (P. taeda) Stand in …

Cross-comparison of individual tree detection methods using low and high pulse density airborne laser scanning data

Accuracy of a lidar-based individual tree detection and attribute measurement algorithm developed to inform forest products supply chain and resource management

...

are the top articles of Aaron M. Sparks at University of Idaho.

What are Aaron M. Sparks's research interests?

The research interests of Aaron M. Sparks are: Fire Ecology, Remote Sensing, Precision Forestry

What is Aaron M. Sparks's total number of citations?

Aaron M. Sparks has 653 citations in total.