Alexis Comber
Alexis Comber
Professor of Spatial Data Analytics, Geography, University of Leeds
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Using a GIS-based network analysis to determine urban greenspace accessibility for different ethnic and religious groups
A Comber, C Brunsdon, E Green
Landscape and Urban Planning 86 (1), 103-114, 2008
A critical synthesis of remotely sensed optical image change detection techniques
AP Tewkesbury, AJ Comber, NJ Tate, A Lamb, PF Fisher
Remote Sensing of Environment 160, 1-14, 2015
A spatial analysis of variations in health access: linking geography, socio-economic status and access perceptions
AJ Comber, C Brunsdon, R Radburn
International Journal of Health Geographics 10 (1), 1-11, 2011
Crowdsourcing, citizen science or volunteered geographic information? The current state of crowdsourced geographic information
L See, P Mooney, G Foody, L Bastin, A Comber, J Estima, S Fritz, N Kerle, ...
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information 5 (5), 55, 2016
Spatial analysis of remote sensing image classification accuracy
A Comber, P Fisher, C Brunsdon, A Khmag
Remote Sensing of Environment 127, 237-246, 2012
Random forest classification of salt marsh vegetation habitats using quad-polarimetric airborne SAR, elevation and optical RS data
S Van Beijma, A Comber, A Lamb
Remote Sensing of Environment 149, 118-129, 2014
What is land cover?
A Comber, P Fisher, R Wadsworth
Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 32 (2), 199-209, 2005
Land use and land cover: contradiction or complement
P Fisher, AJ Comber, R Wadsworth
Re-presenting GIS 85, 98, 2005
An Introduction to R for Spatial Analysis and Mapping
C Brunsdon, L Comber
Sage, 2015
Comparing the quality of crowdsourced data contributed by expert and non-experts
L See, A Comber, C Salk, S Fritz, M Van Der Velde, C Perger, C Schill, ...
PloS One 8 (7), e69958, 2013
Spatially explicit simulation of land use/land cover changes: Current coverage and future prospects
Y Ren, Y Lü, A Comber, B Fu, P Harris, L Wu
Earth-Science Reviews 190, 398-415, 2019
Using control data to determine the reliability of volunteered geographic information about land cover
A Comber, L See, S Fritz, M Van der Velde, C Perger, G Foody
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 23, 37-48, 2013
A spatiotemporal and graph-based analysis of dockless bike sharing patterns to understand urban flows over the last mile
Y Yang, A Heppenstall, A Turner, A Comber
Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 77, 101361, 2019
A GIS model for mapping spatial patterns and distribution of wild land in Scotland
S Carver, A Comber, R McMorran, S Nutter
Landscape and Urban Planning 104 (3-4), 395-409, 2012
Using genetic algorithms to optimise current and future health planning-the example of ambulance locations
S Sasaki, AJ Comber, H Suzuki, C Brunsdon
International Journal of Health Geographics 9 (1), 1-10, 2010
Building a hybrid land cover map with crowdsourcing and geographically weighted regression
L See, D Schepaschenko, M Lesiv, I McCallum, S Fritz, A Comber, ...
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 103, 48-56, 2015
Integrating land-cover data with different ontologies: identifying change from inconsistency
A Comber, P Fisher, R Wadsworth
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 18 (7), 691-708, 2004
Half century change of interactions among ecosystem services driven by ecological restoration: Quantification and policy implications at a watershed scale in the Chinese Loess …
Y Luo, Y Lü, B Fu, Q Zhang, T Li, W Hu, A Comber
Science of the Total Environment 651, 2546-2557, 2019
A comparison of fuzzy AHP and ideal point methods for evaluating land suitability
M Elaalem, A Comber, P Fisher
Transactions in GIS 15 (3), 329-346, 2011
Locating bioenergy facilities using a modified GIS-based location–allocation-algorithm: Considering the spatial distribution of resource supply
A Comber, J Dickie, C Jarvis, M Phillips, K Tansey
Applied Energy 154, 309-316, 2015
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