Seamus Coveney
Seamus Coveney
Envo-Geo Environmental Geoinformatics
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Laser scanning for the environmental sciences
G Heritage, A Large
John Wiley & Sons, 2009
2552009
Lightweight UAV digital elevation models and orthoimagery for environmental applications: data accuracy evaluation and potential for river flood risk modelling.
S Coveney, K Roberts
International Journal of Remote Sensing, 2017
632017
Dual-scale validation of a medium-resolution coastal DEM with terrestrial LiDAR DSM and GPS
S Coveney, AS Fotheringham, M Charlton, T McCarthy
Computers & Geosciences 36 (4), 489-499, 2010
522010
Deprivation as an outcome determinant in emergency medical admissions
R Conway, S Galvin, S Coveney, D O’riordan, B Silke
QJM: An International Journal of Medicine 106 (3), 245-251, 2013
432013
Terrestrial laser scan error in the presence of dense ground vegetation
S Coveney, A Stewart Fotheringham
The Photogrammetric Record 26 (135), 307-324, 2011
422011
The impact of DEM data source on prediction of flooding and erosion risk due to sea-level rise
S Coveney, AS Fotheringham
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 25 (7), 1191-1211, 2011
352011
LIDAR technology applied in coastal studies and management
S Pe'eri, B Long
Journal of Coastal Research, 1-5, 2011
352011
Social deprivation and hospital admission rates, length of stay and readmissions in emergency medical admissions
S Cournane, D Byrne, R Conway, D O’Riordan, S Coveney, B Silke
European journal of internal medicine 26 (10), 766-771, 2015
212015
Portable X-ray fluorescence as a rapid technique for surveying elemental distributions in soil
T Radu, S Gallagher, B Byrne, P Harris, S Coveney, S McCarron, ...
Spectroscopy Letters 46 (7), 516-526, 2013
212013
Issues in laser scanning
ME Charlton, SJ Coveney, T McCarthy
Laser scanning for the environmental sciences 1, 2009
202009
Spatial characteristics of walking areas for pedestrian navigation
J Zheng, A Winstanley, Z Pan, S Coveney
2009 Third International Conference on Multimedia and Ubiquitous Engineering …, 2009
182009
Deprivation index and dependency ratio are key determinants of emergency medical admission rates
R Conway, D Byrne, D O'Riordan, S Cournane, S Coveney, B Silke
European journal of internal medicine 26 (9), 709-713, 2015
172015
Deprivation influences the emergency admission rate of ambulatory care sensitive conditions
R Conway, D O’Riordan, D Byrne, S Cournane, S Coveney, B Silke
Clinical Medicine 16 (2), 119, 2016
142016
Integration potential of INFOMAR airborne LIDAR bathymetry with external onshore LIDAR data sets
S Coveney, X Monteys
Journal of Coastal Research, 19-29, 2011
132011
Social deprivation, population dependency ratio and an extended hospital episode—insights from acute medicine
S Cournane, A Dalton, D Byrne, R Conway, D O'Riordan, S Coveney, ...
European journal of internal medicine 26 (9), 714-719, 2015
122015
Association of elevation error with surface type, vegetation class and data origin in discrete-returns airborne LiDAR
S Coveney
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 27 (3), 467-483, 2013
122013
Effect of social deprivation on the admission rate and outcomes of adult respiratory emergency admissions
S Cournane, D Byrne, R Conway, D O'Riordan, S Coveney, B Silke
Respiratory medicine 125, 94-101, 2017
102017
Influence of social deprivation, overcrowding and family structure on emergency medical admission rates
R Conway, D Byrne, D O’Riordan, S Cournane, S Coveney, B Silke
QJM: An International Journal of Medicine 109 (10), 675-680, 2016
92016
Social deprivation and the rate of emergency medical admission for older persons
S Cournane, R Conway, D Byrne, D O’riordan, S Coveney, B Silke
QJM: An International Journal of Medicine 109 (10), 645-651, 2016
82016
High risk subgroups sensitive to air pollution levels following an emergency medical admission
S Cournane, R Conway, D Byrne, D O’Riordan, S Coveney, B Silke
Toxics 5 (4), 27, 2017
52017
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