Doug Miller

Professor of Ecosystem Science and Managment

Doug Miller

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Temperature Remote Sensing Land Use Runoff Surface Roughness Snowmelt Student Roughness Methodology Industry Weather Program Programme Ecosystem New England Corridor Inertia Lidar Honey Project Effect Microrelief Watershed Graduate Basin

Most Recent Papers

Summer weather conditions influence winter survival of honey bees (Apis mellifera) in the northeastern United States

Martina Calovi, Christina M. Grozinger, Douglas A. Miller, Sarah C. Goslee, 2021, Scientific Reports

Merits of capstone projects in an online graduate program for working professionals

Justine Blanford, Patrick Kennelly, Beth King, Douglas Miller, Tim Bracken, 2020, Journal of Geography in Higher Education on p. 45-69

Regional variation in green-up timing along a caribou migratory corridor

Christian John, Douglas Miller, Eric Post, 2020, Arctic and Alpine Research on p. 416-423

Topographic variables improve climatic models of forage species abundance in the northeastern United States

Audrey Wang, Sarah C. Goslee, Douglas A. Miller, Matt A. Sanderson, Jeffery M. Gonet, 2017, Applied Vegetation Science on p. 84-93

Navigating spatial and temporal complexity in developing a long-term land use database for an agricultural watershed

T. L. Veith, J. E. Richards, S. C. Goslee, A. S. Collick, R. B. Bryant, D. A. Miller, B. W. Bills, A. R. Buda, R. L. Sebring, P. J.A. Kleinman, 2015, Journal of Soils and Water Conservation on p. 288-296

Examining the effect of diverse management strategies on landscape scale patterns of forest structure in Pennsylvania using novel remote sensing techniques

Yvette Dickinson, Eric Zenner, Douglas Alan Miller, 2014, Canadian Journal of Forest Research on p. 301-312

Forecasting runoff from Pennsylvania landscapes

A. R. Buda, P. J.A. Kleinman, G. W. Feyereisen, D. A. Miller, P. G. Knight, P. J. Drohan, R. B. Bryant, 2013, Journal of Soils and Water Conservation on p. 185-198

The use of LiDAR terrain data in characterizing surface roughness and microtopography

Kristen M. Brubaker, Wayne L. Myers, Patrick J. Drohan, Douglas A. Miller, Elizabeth W. Boyer, 2013, Applied and Environmental Soil Science

Identifying ephemeral and perennial stream reaches using apparent thermal inertia of an ungauged basin in central New Mexico

P. C. Beeson, Douglas Alan Miller, C. J. Duffy, 2011, Geocarto International on p. 183-194

Land use change analysis in Uvurkhnagai Province

Tsolmon Renchin, A. Tungalag, Douglas A. Miller, James L. Sloan, 2009, on p. 679-686

Most-Cited Papers

The use of LiDAR terrain data in characterizing surface roughness and microtopography

Kristen M. Brubaker, Wayne L. Myers, Patrick J. Drohan, Douglas A. Miller, Elizabeth W. Boyer, 2013, Applied and Environmental Soil Science

Forecasting runoff from Pennsylvania landscapes

A. R. Buda, P. J.A. Kleinman, G. W. Feyereisen, D. A. Miller, P. G. Knight, P. J. Drohan, R. B. Bryant, 2013, Journal of Soils and Water Conservation on p. 185-198

Navigating spatial and temporal complexity in developing a long-term land use database for an agricultural watershed

T. L. Veith, J. E. Richards, S. C. Goslee, A. S. Collick, R. B. Bryant, D. A. Miller, B. W. Bills, A. R. Buda, R. L. Sebring, P. J.A. Kleinman, 2015, Journal of Soils and Water Conservation on p. 288-296

Examining the effect of diverse management strategies on landscape scale patterns of forest structure in Pennsylvania using novel remote sensing techniques

Yvette Dickinson, Eric Zenner, Douglas Alan Miller, 2014, Canadian Journal of Forest Research on p. 301-312

Topographic variables improve climatic models of forage species abundance in the northeastern United States

Audrey Wang, Sarah C. Goslee, Douglas A. Miller, Matt A. Sanderson, Jeffery M. Gonet, 2017, Applied Vegetation Science on p. 84-93

Regional variation in green-up timing along a caribou migratory corridor

Christian John, Douglas Miller, Eric Post, 2020, Arctic and Alpine Research on p. 416-423

Identifying ephemeral and perennial stream reaches using apparent thermal inertia of an ungauged basin in central New Mexico

P. C. Beeson, Douglas Alan Miller, C. J. Duffy, 2011, Geocarto International on p. 183-194

Merits of capstone projects in an online graduate program for working professionals

Justine Blanford, Patrick Kennelly, Beth King, Douglas Miller, Tim Bracken, 2020, Journal of Geography in Higher Education on p. 45-69

Summer weather conditions influence winter survival of honey bees (Apis mellifera) in the northeastern United States

Martina Calovi, Christina M. Grozinger, Douglas A. Miller, Sarah C. Goslee, 2021, Scientific Reports