Chris Hugenholtz
Chris Hugenholtz
Associate Professor, University of Calgary
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Geomorphological mapping with a small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS): Feature detection and accuracy assessment of a photogrammetrically-derived digital terrain model
CH Hugenholtz, K Whitehead, OW Brown, TE Barchyn, BJ Moorman, ...
Geomorphology 194, 16-24, 2013
Remote sensing of the environment with small unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), part 1: A review of progress and challenges
K Whitehead, CH Hugenholtz
Journal of Unmanned Vehicle Systems 2 (3), 69-85, 2014
Remote sensing of the environment with small unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), part 2: scientific and commercial applications
K Whitehead, CH Hugenholtz, S Myshak, O Brown, A LeClair, ...
Journal of unmanned vehicle systems 2 (3), 86-102, 2014
Remote sensing and spatial analysis of aeolian sand dunes: A review and outlook
CH Hugenholtz, N Levin, TE Barchyn, MC Baddock
Earth-science reviews 111 (3-4), 319-334, 2012
Biogeomorphic model of dunefield activation and stabilization on the northern Great Plains
CH Hugenholtz, SA Wolfe
Geomorphology 70 (1-2), 53-70, 2005
Recent stabilization of active sand dunes on the Canadian prairies and relation to recent climate variations
CH Hugenholtz, SA Wolfe
Geomorphology 68 (1-2), 131-147, 2005
Hyperspatial remote sensing of channel reach morphology and hydraulic fish habitat using an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV): A first assessment in the context of river research …
A Tamminga, C Hugenholtz, B Eaton, M Lapointe
River Research and Applications 31 (3), 379-391, 2015
UAS‐based remote sensing of fluvial change following an extreme flood event
AD Tamminga, BC Eaton, CH Hugenholtz
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 40 (11), 1464-1476, 2015
Brief Communication: Low-cost, on-demand aerial photogrammetry for glaciological measurement
K Whitehead, BJ Moorman, CH Hugenholtz
The Cryosphere 7 (6), 1879-1884, 2013
Barchan dunes stabilized under recent climate warming on the northern Great Plains
SA Wolfe, CH Hugenholtz
Geology 37 (11), 1039-1042, 2009
A new dry hypothesis for the formation of martian linear gullies
S Diniega, CJ Hansen, JN McElwaine, CH Hugenholtz, CM Dundas, ...
Icarus 225 (1), 526-537, 2013
Spatial analysis of sand dunes with a new global topographic dataset: new approaches and opportunities
CH Hugenholtz, TE Barchyn
Earth surface processes and landforms 35 (8), 986-992, 2010
Small unmanned aircraft systems for remote sensing and earth science research
CH Hugenholtz, BJ Moorman, K Riddell, K Whitehead
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 93 (25), 236-236, 2012
Laboratory and field performance of a laser particle counter for measuring aeolian sand transport
CH Hugenholtz, TE Barchyn
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 116 (F1), 2011
Earthwork volumetrics with an unmanned aerial vehicle and softcopy photogrammetry
CH Hugenholtz, J Walker, O Brown, S Myshak
Journal of Surveying Engineering 141 (1), 06014003, 2015
Frosted granular flow: A new hypothesis for mass wasting in Martian gullies
CH Hugenholtz
Icarus 197 (1), 65-72, 2008
Morphodynamics and climate controls of two aeolian blowouts on the northern Great Plains, Canada
CH Hugenholtz, SA Wolfe
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: The Journal of the British …, 2006
Spatial and temporal patterns of aeolian sediment transport on an inland parabolic dune, Bigstick Sand Hills, Saskatchewan, Canada
CH Hugenholtz, SA Wolfe, IJ Walker, BJ Moorman
Geomorphology 105 (1-2), 158-170, 2009
Spatial accuracy of UAV-derived orthoimagery and topography: Comparing photogrammetric models processed with direct geo-referencing and ground control points
C Hugenholtz, O Brown, J Walker, T Barchyn, P Nesbit, M Kucharczyk, ...
Geomatica 70 (1), 21-30, 2016
Enhancing UAV–SFM 3D model accuracy in high-relief landscapes by incorporating oblique images
PR Nesbit, CH Hugenholtz
Remote Sensing 11 (3), 239, 2019
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