Jonathan Seaquist
Jonathan Seaquist
Head of Department, Associate Professor, Physical Geography & Ecosystem Science, Lund University
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Greenness in semi-arid areas across the globe 1981–2007—an Earth Observing Satellite based analysis of trends and drivers
R Fensholt, T Langanke, K Rasmussen, A Reenberg, SD Prince, C Tucker, ...
Remote sensing of environment 121, 144-158, 2012
5242012
AVHRR derived phenological change in the Sahel and Soudan, Africa, 1982–2005
BW Heumann, JW Seaquist, L Eklundh, P Jönsson
Remote Sensing of Environment 108 (4), 385-392, 2007
4202007
AVHRR derived phenological change in the Sahel and Soudan, Africa, 1982–2005
BW Heumann, JW Seaquist, L Eklundh, P Jönsson
Remote Sensing of Environment 108 (4), 385-392, 2007
4202007
Precipitation controls Sahel greening trend
T Hickler, L Eklundh, JW Seaquist, B Smith, J Ardö, L Olsson, MT Sykes, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 32 (21), 2005
2522005
Detecting changes in vegetation trends using time series segmentation
S Jamali, P Jönsson, L Eklundh, J Ardö, J Seaquist
Remote Sensing of Environment 156, 182-195, 2015
2012015
A remote sensing-based primary production model for grassland biomes
JW Seaquist, L Olsson, J Ardö
Ecological Modelling 169 (1), 131-155, 2003
2012003
Exploring the potential of MODIS EVI for modeling gross primary production across African ecosystems
M Sjöström, J Ardö, A Arneth, N Boulain, B Cappelaere, L Eklundh, ...
Remote sensing of environment 115 (4), 1081-1089, 2011
1582011
Disentangling the effects of climate and people on Sahel vegetation dynamics
JW Seaquist, T Hickler, L Eklundh, J Ardö, BW Heumann
Biogeosciences 6 (3), 469-477, 2009
1372009
Automated mapping of vegetation trends with polynomials using NDVI imagery over the Sahel
S Jamali, J Seaquist, L Eklundh, J Ardö
Remote Sensing of Environment 141, 79-89, 2014
1302014
Implications of accounting for land use in simulations of ecosystem carbon cycling in Africa
M Lindeskog, A Arneth, A Bondeau, K Waha, J Seaquist, S Olin, B Smith
Earth System Dynamics 4 (2), 385-407, 2013
1102013
Primary production of Inner Mongolia, China, between 1982 and 1999 estimated by a satellite data-driven light use efficiency model
S Brogaard, M Runnström, JW Seaquist
Global and planetary change 45 (4), 313-332, 2005
882005
Evaluation of satellite based indices for gross primary production estimates in a sparse savanna in the Sudan
M Sjöström, J Ardö, L Eklundh, BA El-Tahir, HAM El-Khidir, M Hellström, ...
Biogeosciences 6 (1), 129-138, 2009
802009
The effect of the temporal resolution of NDVI data on season onset dates and trends across Canadian broadleaf forests
A Kross, R Fernandes, J Seaquist, E Beaubien
Remote Sensing of Environment 115 (6), 1564-1575, 2011
782011
Evaluation of satellite based indices for gross primary production estimates in a sparse savanna in the Sudan
M Sjöström, J Ardö, L Eklundh, BA El-Tahir, HAM El-Khidir, M Hellström, ...
Biogeosciences 6 (1), 129-138, 2009
782009
Green and blue water demand from large-scale land acquisitions in Africa
EL Johansson, M Fader, JW Seaquist, KA Nicholas
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (41), 11471-11476, 2016
722016
Spring photosynthesis in a cool temperate bog
TR Moore, PM Lafleur, DMI Poon, BW Heumann, JW Seaquist, NT Roulet
Global Change Biology 12 (12), 2323-2335, 2006
722006
The supply and demand of net primary production in the Sahel
AM Abdi, J Seaquist, DE Tenenbaum, L Eklundh, J Ardö
Environmental Research Letters 9 (9), 094003, 2014
692014
Broad‐scale increase in NPP quantified for the African Sahel, 1982–1999
JW Seaquist, L Olsson, J Ardö, L Eklundh
International Journal of Remote Sensing 27 (22), 5115-5122, 2006
592006
Improving the estimation of noise from NOAA AVHRR NDVI for Africa using geostatistics
A Chappell, JW Seaquist, L Eklundh
International Journal of Remote Sensing 22 (6), 1067-1080, 2001
532001
Architecture of the global land acquisition system: applying the tools of network science to identify key vulnerabilities
JW Seaquist, EL Johansson, KA Nicholas
Environmental Research Letters 9 (11), 114006, 2014
492014
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