Journal article

Clement Duhart, Gershon Dublon, Brian Mayton, Glorianna Davenport, Joseph A. Paradiso. “Deep Learning for Wildlife Conservation and Restoration Efforts”, 36th International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML), 2019. Climate Change Workshop. 2nd best paper.

C. Duhart, G. Dublon, B. Mayton, G. Davenport, J. A. Paradiso, T. Surasinghe. "Decoding the Soundscape Using Deep Learning Models: A System to Support Long-Term Acoustic Monitoring of Wildlife Occupancy with Citizen Science Input," to appear in proceedings of the American Fisheries Society and The Wildlife Society (AFS & TWS), 2019.

Harvey, M., Hare, D., Hackman, A., Haynes, A., Lane, J. and Briggs, M. Evaluation of Stream and Wetland Restoration Using UAS-Based Thermal Infrared Mapping, Water 2019, 11(8), 1568

Martin et al., Data Report on Nitrogen Monitoring and Dynamics of the Coonamessett River, Submitted to the Falmouth Water Quality Monitoring Committee, April 2019.

Claire Esterman, Tidmarsh Plant Nursery Diary. Internal Publication, September 2018

Jessica Norriss, Cranberry Bog Restoration in Practice Contextualizing the Tidmarsh Farms Restoration using GIS datasets available in Massachusetts. Living Observatory Technical Report, March 2018. 

Brian Mayton, Gerhson Dublon, Spencer Russel & Evan Lynch, The Networked Sensory Landscape: Capturing and Experiencing Ecological Change Across Scales, Presence, Vol. 26, No. 2, Spring 2017

Gershon Dublon and Joseph A. Paradiso, How a world filled with sensors will change the way we see, hear, think and live, Scientific American, Vol. 311, No. 1, pp. 36-41 (cover article), July 2014 

Derek Haddad, Don & Dublon, Gershon & Mayton, Brian & Russell, Spencer & Xiao, Xiao & Perlin, Ken & Paradiso, Joseph. (2017). Resynthesizing reality: driving vivid virtual environments from sensor networks. 1-2. 10.1145/3084363.3085027. 

QianSheng Li, Gershon Dublon, Brian Mayton, Joseph A. Paradiso, MarshVis: Visualizing Real-Time and Historical Ecological Data from a Wireless Sensor Network, Chicago, Illinois, 2015

Spencer Russell, Gershon Dublon, Joseph A. Paradiso, HearThere: Networked Sensory Prosthetics Through Auditory Augmented Reality, Proc. of the 7th ACM Augmented Human International Conference, 2016

Russell, S., Dublon, G., & Paradiso, J. A., HearThere: Networked Sensory Prosthetics Through Auditory Augmented Reality. In proceedings of the ACM Augmented Human International Conference (AH2016). February 2016.

Briggs, Martin, Danielle Hare, David Boutt, Glorianna Davenport, John Lane, Thermal infrared video details multi-scale groundwater discharge to surface water through macropores and peat pipes, Hydrological Processes, 10.1002/hyp.10722.  HPeye video 

Hare, Danielle K., Martin A. Briggs, Donald O. Rosenberry, David F. Boutt, John W. Lane, A comparison of thermal infrared to fiber-optic distributed temperature sensing for evaluation of groundwater discharge to surface water, Journal of Hydrology, 30 September 2015.

Danielle K. Hare, David F. Boutt, William Clement, Christine Hatch, Glorianna Davenport, Alex Hackman, Hydrogeological controls on spatial patterns of groundwater discharge in peatlands, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, MS No.: hess-2017-282, MS Type: Research article, June 2017

Gershon Dublon, Brian Mayton, Don Derek Haddad, Clement Duhart*, Spencer Russell, Glorianna Davenport, Joseph A. Paradiso, A Ubiquitous Sensing Model for Environmental Science, Interaction Research, and Public Engagement with Restored Wetlands, Society of Wetland Scientists, San Juan, Puerto Rico, June  2017

Gershon Dublon, Joseph A.Paradiso, How a Sensor-Filed world will Change Human Consciousness, Scientific American 311 (1), 36-41, 2014.

Briggs, Martin, Laura Lautz, Danielle Hare, Residence time control on hot moments of nitrate production and uptake in the hyporheic zone, Hydrological Processes, 10.002/hyp.9921.