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Tim's Publications

McGuigan, K., Webster, T., Collins, K. (2015). A Flood Risk Assessment of the LaHave River Watershed, Canada using GIS Techniques and an Unstructured Grid Combined River- Coastal Hydrodynamic Model. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 3(3) ISSN 2077-1312; doi:10.3390/jmse3031093. pp. 1093-1116.View »

Butler, S., Webster, T., Redden, A., Rand, J., Crowell, N. Livingston, W. 2014. Using Remote Sensing to Identify Changes in Land Use and Sources of Fecal Bacteria to Support a Watershed Transport Model. Water, 6 (7), Open Access ISSN 2073-4441. View »

Webster, T., McGuigan, K., Collins, K., MacDonald, C. 2014. Integrated River and Coastal hydrodynamic Flood Risk mapping for the LaHave River estuary and Town of Bridgewater, Nova Scotia Canada.Water, 6, 1. Open Access ISSN 2073-4441. View »

Webster, T.L., Gosse, J.C., Spooner, I., and Murphy, B.J. 2014. Using a lidar derived DEM to test the influence of variable overburden thickness and bedrock on drainage and basin morphology. Geoscience Canada Vol. 41
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Millard, K., Redden, A.M., Webster, T., and Stewart, H. 2013. Use of GIS and high resolution LiDAR in salt marsh restoration site assessments in the upper Bay of Fundy, Canada. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 21 No. 4 DOI 19.1007/s11273-013-9303-9. View »

Webster T., Brydon, C. 2013. Evaluating Long-Term Coastal Change on Prince Edward Island using GIS-Based Spatial Analysis of Coastline Orthophotography. In Climate Impacts and Adaption Science. CIAS Issue 3. Prince Edward Island’s Changing Climate: Results of the Atlantic Regional Adaption Collaborative on Climate Change.

Rose, G. and Webster, T. 2012. Water quality Forecasting for Better Infrastructure Spending. Water Canada.

Rogers, S.R., Webster, T., Livingston, W., O’Driscoll, N.J. 2012. Airborne Laser-Induced Fluorescence (LIF) Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) for the Quantification of Dissolved Organic Matter Concentration in Natural Waters. Estuaries and Coasts. Journal of the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation. DOI 10.1007/s12237-012-9509-8. View »

Webster, T. 2012. Laser Altimetry: What Can Be Learned About Geology and Surface Processes from Detailed Topography, Earth Sciences, Imran Ahmad Dar (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-861-8, InTech, Available from: View »

Crowell, N., Webster, T., and O’Driscoll, J. 2011. GIS Modelling of Intertidal Wetland Exposure Characteristics. Journal of Coastal Research. 27 (6A), pp. 44-51. View »

Webster, Tim. L. 2010. Flood Risk Mapping Using LiDAR for Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada. Open Access Remote Sensing ISSN 2072-4292. Vol. 2; doi:10.3390/rs2092060, pp. 2060-2082. View »

Webster, T., Templin, A., Ferguson, M., Dickie, G. (2009). Remote Predictive Mapping of Aggregate Deposits using LiDAR. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. Vol. 35, Suppl. 1 (Special Issue on Remote Predictive Mapping), pp. S154-S166. View »

Webster, T., Murphy, J.B., Quinn, D. (2009). Remote Predictive Mapping of a Potential Volcanic Vent Complex in the Southern Antigonish Highlands using LiDAR, Magnetics, & Field Mapping. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing. Vol. 35, No. 5, pp. 486-495. View »

Webster, T.L., Mosher, R., Pearson, M. (2008). Water Modeler: A component of a Coastal Zone Decision Support System to generate Flood-Risk Maps from Storm Surge Events and Sea-Level Rise. Geomatica. Vol. 62, No. 4, pp. 393-406. View »

Webster, T.L., Forbes, D.L., MacKinnon, E. and Roberts, D. 2006. Floodrisk mapping for storm-surge events and sea-level rise in Southeast New Brunswick. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, Vol. 32, No. 2, pp. 194-211. View »

Webster, T.L., Murphy, J.B., Gosse, J.C., and Spooner, I. 2006. The application of LIDAR-derived DEM analysis for geological mapping: An example from the Fundy Basin, Nova Scotia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, Vol. 32, No. 2, pp. 173-193. View »

Brennen, R. and Webster, T.L. 2006. Object Oriented Land Cover Classification of LiDAR Derived Surfaces. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, Vol. 32, No. 2, pp. 167-172. View »

Webster, T.L. and Dias, G. 2006. An automated GIS procedure for comparing GPS and proximal LIDAR elevations. Computers & Geoscience, Vol. 32/6, pp. 713-726. View »

Webster, T.L., Murphy, J.B., Goose, J.C. 2006. Mapping subtle structures with LIDAR: flow units and phreomagmatic rootless cones in the North Mountain Basalt, Nova Scotia. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, Vol. 43: 157-176. View »

Webster, T.L. 2005. LIDAR Validation using GIS: A case study camparison between two LIDAR collection methods. GeoCarto International. Vol. 20, No. 4: 11-19. PROOF View »

Webster, T.L., and Forbes, D.L. 2005. Using Airborne LIDAR to map exposure of Coastal Areas in Maritime Canada to Flooding from Storm-Surge events: A Review of recent experience. Canadian Coastal Conference, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. View »

Webster, T.L. Forbes, D.L., Dickie, S., and Shreenan, R. 2004. Using topographic lidar to map flood risk from storm-surge events for Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, Vol. 30, No. 1: 54-76. View »

Mapping Storm Surge Flood Risk using a LIDAR - Derived DEM. Geospatial Solutions, May 2003 View »

Chapter 15 from book entitled: GIS for Coastal Zone Management, edited by Darius Bartlett and Jennifer Smith, CRC Press:

High-Resolution Elevation and Image Data Within the Bay of Fundy Coastal Zone, Nova Scotia, Canada. View »

Colour plates associated with chapter 15. View »

Submitted chapter DRAFT (includes more figures than published chapter) View »

Webster, T.L., Murphy, J.B. and Barr, S.M.  1998. Anatomy of a Terrane Boundary: An Integrated Structural, GIS and Remote Sensing Study of the Late Paleozoic Avalon-Meguma Terrane Boundary, Mainland Nova Scotia, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 35: 787-801. View »


Tim Webster's PhD Thesis: TOC, Chapter 1, Chapter 2, Chapter 3, Chapter 4, Chapter 5, Chapter 6, References


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