Katharine M. Johnson
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Rediscovering the lost archaeological landscape of southern New England using airborne light detection and ranging (LiDAR)
KM Johnson, WB Ouimet
Journal of Archaeological Science 43, 9-20, 2014
An observational and theoretical framework for interpreting the landscape palimpsest through airborne LiDAR
KM Johnson, WB Ouimet
Applied Geography 91, 32-44, 2018
Using LiDAR and GEOBIA for automated extraction of eighteenth–late nineteenth century relict charcoal hearths in southern New England
C Witharana, WB Ouimet, KM Johnson
GIScience & Remote Sensing 55 (2), 183-204, 2018
Architecture of relict charcoal hearths in northwestern Connecticut, USA
T Raab, F Hirsch, W Ouimet, KM Johnson, D Dethier, A Raab
Geoarchaeology 32 (4), 502-510, 2017
Physical properties and spatial controls of stone walls in the northeastern USA: Implications for Anthropocene studies of 17th to early 20th century agriculture
KM Johnson, WB Ouimet
Anthropocene 15, 22-36, 2016
Note on barley found in dung in the lowest levels of the farm mound midden at Reynistaður, Skagafjörður, Iceland
H Trigg, D Bolender, KM Johnson, MD Patalano, JM Steinberg
Archaeologia Islandica 7 (7), 64-72, 2009
Reconstructing Historical Forest Cover and Land Use Dynamics in the Northeastern United States Using Geospatial Analysis and Airborne LiDAR
KM Johnson, WB Ouimet
Annals of the American Association of Geographers 111 (6), 1656-1678, 2021
Geospatial and LiDAR-based Analysis of 18th to early 20th century Timber Harvesting and Charcoal Production in Southern New England
KM Johnson, WB Ouimet, Z Raslan
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47 (3), 65, 2015
Mapping relict charcoal hearths in New England using deep convolutional neural networks and LiDAR data
JW Suh, E Anderson, W Ouimet, KM Johnson, C Witharana
Remote Sensing 13 (22), 4630, 2021
High‐resolution airborne Light Detection and Ranging data, ethics and archaeology: Considerations from the northeastern United States
KM Johnson, TH Ives, WB Ouimet, SP Sportman
Archaeological Prospection 28 (3), 293-303, 2021
Estimating historically cleared and forested land in Massachusetts, USA, using airborne LiDAR and archival records
KM Johnson, WB Ouimet, S Dow, C Haverfield
Remote Sensing 13 (21), 4318, 2021
Teaching and Learning at a Distance
A Lamb, K Johnson, WL Smith
Course Discussion: Participation 15, 2008
The view from the “Anthropocene”: New perspectives in human-induced environmental change
T Beach, KM Johnson, MMC Hill, S Munoz, M Peros
Anthropocene 15, 1-2, 2016
Extreme Precipitation Trends and Meteorological Causes Over the Laurentian Great Lakes
KE Kunkel, X Yin, L Sun, SM Champion, LE Stevens, KM Johnson
Frontiers in Water 4, 804799, 2022
Charcoal remains in Litchfield County Connecticut record widespread hillslope disturbance in the iron corridor from mid-18th to early 20th centuries and present day carbon storage
ME Ignatiadis, WB Ouimet, KM Johnson, DP Dethier
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 48 (2), 2016
Investigating Historic Human-Land Use Dynamics in Southern New England Using LiDAR and Geospatial Analysis
KM Johnson
Doctoral Dissertation, 2016
Impacts of Terrain Roughness on 18th-20th Century Land Use Distribution and Sediment Mass Transfer in Southern New England
KM Johnson, WB Ouimet
Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 47 (7), 239, 2015
Incorporation of the Effects of Future Anthropogenically-Forced Climate Change in Intensity-Duration-Frequency Design Values, North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies …
KE Kunkel, DR Easterling, TR Karl, JC Biard, SM Champion, BE Gleason, ...
North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies, North 865, 2020
Documentary Research and Archaeological Investigations at the Waite-Kirby-Potter Site, Westport, Massachusetts
KM Johnson, CM Beranek, KA Catlin, LW Ng
Fiske Center for Archaeological Research, 2010
"That Charm of Remoteness": A Study of Landscape Stability in Little Compton, Rhode Island
KM Johnson
MA Thesis, 2009
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