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Prospectivity mapping for epithermal deposits of Western Milos using a fuzzy multi criteria evaluation approach parameterized by airborne hyperspectral remote sensing data (2019)
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Ferrier, G., Ganas, A., Pope, R., & Jo Miles, A. (2019). Prospectivity mapping for epithermal deposits of Western Milos using a fuzzy multi criteria evaluation approach parameterized by airborne hyperspectral remote sensing data. Geosciences, 9(3), 116. https://doi.org/10.3390/geosciences9030116

A Mineral prospectivity mapping (MPM) approach using a GIS-based weighted linear combination implementation of a Multi-Criteria Evaluation approach utilising a fuzzy Analytical Hierarchy Process to elucidate expert knowledge has been implemented to a... Read More about Prospectivity mapping for epithermal deposits of Western Milos using a fuzzy multi criteria evaluation approach parameterized by airborne hyperspectral remote sensing data.

Prospectivity mapping for high sulfidation epithermal porphyry deposits using an integrated compositional and topographic remote sensing dataset (2019)
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Ferrier, G., Ganas, A., & Pope, R. (2019). Prospectivity mapping for high sulfidation epithermal porphyry deposits using an integrated compositional and topographic remote sensing dataset. Ore Geology Reviews, 107, 353-363. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oregeorev.2019.02.029

© 2019 Elsevier B.V. The targeting and discovery of epithermal porphyry mineral deposits can be enhanced using a structured quantitative methodology to analyse the distribution of ore deposits and model their spatial association with exploration evid... Read More about Prospectivity mapping for high sulfidation epithermal porphyry deposits using an integrated compositional and topographic remote sensing dataset.

Identifying hotspots and management of critical ecosystem services in rapidly urbanizing Yangtze River Delta Region, China (2017)
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Cai, W., Gibbs, D., Zhang, L., Ferrier, G., & Cai, Y. (2017). Identifying hotspots and management of critical ecosystem services in rapidly urbanizing Yangtze River Delta Region, China. Journal of environmental management, 191, 258-267. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2017.01.003

Rapid urbanization has altered many ecosystems, causing a decline in many ecosystem services, generating serious ecological crisis. To cope with these challenges, we presented a comprehensive framework comprising five core steps for identifying and m... Read More about Identifying hotspots and management of critical ecosystem services in rapidly urbanizing Yangtze River Delta Region, China.

Identification of multi-style hydrothermal alteration using integrated compositional and topographic remote sensing datasets (2016)
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Ferrier, G., Naden, J., Ganas, A., Kemp, S., & Pope, R. (2016). Identification of multi-style hydrothermal alteration using integrated compositional and topographic remote sensing datasets. Geosciences, 6(3), 36. doi:10.3390/geosciences6030036

The western part of the island of Milos, Greece has undergone widespread, intense alteration associated with a range of mineralization, including seafloor Mn-Fe-Ba, sub seafloor Pb-Zn-Ag, and epithermal Au-Ag. The surrounding country rocks are a mixt... Read More about Identification of multi-style hydrothermal alteration using integrated compositional and topographic remote sensing datasets.

On the feasibility of imaging carbonatite-hosted rare earth element deposits using remote sensing (2016)
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Neave, D. A., Black, M., Riley, T. R., Gibson, S. A., Ferrier, G., Wall, F., & Broom-Fendley, S. (2016). On the feasibility of imaging carbonatite-hosted rare earth element deposits using remote sensing. Economic Geology, 111(3), 641-665. https://doi.org/10.2113/econgeo.111.3.641

Rare earth elements (REEs) generate characteristic absorption features in visible to shortwave infrared (VNIR-SWIR) reflectance spectra. Neodymium (Nd) has among the most prominent absorption features of the REEs and thus represents a key pathfinder... Read More about On the feasibility of imaging carbonatite-hosted rare earth element deposits using remote sensing.

Automated lithological mapping using airborne hyperspectral thermal infrared data: A case study from Anchorage Island, Antarctica (2016)
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Black, M., Riley, T. R., Ferrier, G., Fleming, A. H., & Fretwell, P. T. (2016). Automated lithological mapping using airborne hyperspectral thermal infrared data: A case study from Anchorage Island, Antarctica. Remote Sensing of Environment, 176, 225-241 . https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2016.01.022

The thermal infrared portion of the electromagnetic spectrum has considerable potential for mineral and lithological mapping of the most abundant rock-forming silicates that do not display diagnostic features at visible and shortwave infrared wavelen... Read More about Automated lithological mapping using airborne hyperspectral thermal infrared data: A case study from Anchorage Island, Antarctica.

On the atmospheric correction of Antarctic airborne hyperspectral data (2014)
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Black, M., Fleming, A., Riley, T., Ferrier, G., Fretwell, P., McFee, J., …Umaña-Diaz, A. (2014). On the atmospheric correction of Antarctic airborne hyperspectral data. Remote Sensing, 6(5), (4498-4514). doi:10.3390/rs6054498. ISSN 2072-4292

The first airborne hyperspectral campaign in the Antarctic Peninsula region was carried out by the British Antarctic Survey and partners in February 2011. This paper presents an insight into the applicability of currently available radiative transfer... Read More about On the atmospheric correction of Antarctic airborne hyperspectral data.

Quantitative mapping of alluvial fan evolution using ground-based reflectance spectroscopy (2012)
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Ferrier, G., & Pope, R. J. J. (2012). Quantitative mapping of alluvial fan evolution using ground-based reflectance spectroscopy. Geomorphology, 175-176, 14-24. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2012.06.013

The ability of field-based reflectance spectroscopy to resolve the relative proportions of Fe-oxides and clays in soils was used to map the composition, relative age and distribution of segments within late Quaternary fan systems in Sfakia, southwest... Read More about Quantitative mapping of alluvial fan evolution using ground-based reflectance spectroscopy.

Application of geophysical monitoring techniques as aids to probabilistic risk-based management of landfill sites (2009)
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Ferrier, G., Frostick, L. E., & Splajt, T. (2009). Application of geophysical monitoring techniques as aids to probabilistic risk-based management of landfill sites. The Geographical journal, 175(4), 304-314. doi:10.1111/j.1475-4959.2009.00340.x

Increasingly stringent regulatory regimes, in conjunction with landfill development in environmentally sensitive locations and the large number of abandoned landfill sites, are significantly increasing the responsibilities of local authorities and en... Read More about Application of geophysical monitoring techniques as aids to probabilistic risk-based management of landfill sites.

Characterisation of the environmental impact of the Rodalquilar mine, Spain by ground-based reflectance spectroscopy (2008)
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Ferrier, G., Hudson-Edwards, K. A., & Pope, R. J. (2009). Characterisation of the environmental impact of the Rodalquilar mine, Spain by ground-based reflectance spectroscopy. Journal of Geochemical Exploration, 100(1), (11-19). doi:10.1016/j.gexplo.2008.03.001. ISSN 0375-6742

This study has investigated the utility of using field-based reflectance spectroscopy to characterise the distribution and nature of the dispersion of tailings material from the Rodalquilar mine, Spain. Field spectral measurements covering the visibl... Read More about Characterisation of the environmental impact of the Rodalquilar mine, Spain by ground-based reflectance spectroscopy.

Clarifying stages of alluvial fan evolution along the Sfakian piedmont, southern Crete: New evidence from analysis of post-incisive soils and OSL dating (2007)
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Wilkinson, K., Ferrier, G., Pope, R., Skourtsos, E., & Triantaphyllou, M. (2008). Clarifying stages of alluvial fan evolution along the Sfakian piedmont, southern Crete: New evidence from analysis of post-incisive soils and OSL dating. Geomorphology, 94(1-2), 206-225. doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2007.05.007

Analysis of fan sediments and post-incisive soils was combined with luminescence dating to re-assess Nemec and Postma's [Nemec, W., Postma, G., 1993. Quaternary alluvial fans in southwestern Crete: sedimentation processes and geomorphic evolution. In... Read More about Clarifying stages of alluvial fan evolution along the Sfakian piedmont, southern Crete: New evidence from analysis of post-incisive soils and OSL dating.


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