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Researcher: Wallace, LO (Dr Luke Wallace)

Fields of Research

Photogrammetry and remote sensing
Physical geography and environmental geoscience
Conservation and biodiversity
Pollution and contamination
Forestry management and environment

Research Objectives

Assessment and management of freshwater ecosystems
Assessment and management of coastal and estuarine ecosystems
Social impacts of climate change and variability
Coastal and estuarine systems and management
Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
Assessment and management of Antarctic and Southern Ocean ecosystems

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A synthesis of remote sensing tools to measure and monitor forest structure and carbon storage
An assessment of the repeatability of automatic forest inventory metrics derived from UAV-borne laser scanning data; IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing
Assessing the feasibility of UAV-based LiDAR for high resolution forest change detection; The 12th Congress of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Assessing the stability of canopy maps produced from UAV-LiDAR data; 2013 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sens
Assessment of forest structure using two UAV techniques: a comparison of airborne laser scanning and structure from motion (SfM) point clouds; Forests
Detecting pruning of individual stems using Airborne Laser Scanning data captured from an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle; International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation
Development of a UAV-LiDAR System with application to forest inventory; Remote Sensing
Direct georeferencing of ultrahigh-resolution UAV imagery; IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing
Error assessment and mitigation for hyper-temporal UAV-borne LiDAR surveys of forest inventory; School of Geography & Environmental Studies Conference 2011
Error assessment and mitigation for hyper-temporal UAV-borne LiDAR surveys of forest inventory; SilviLaser 2011: 11th International Conference on LiDAR Applications for Assessing Forest Ecosystems
Evaluating tree detection and segmentation routines on very high resolution UAV LiDAR data; IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing
HyperUAS - imaging spectroscopy from a multirotor unmanned aircraft system; Journal of Field Robotics
Modeling the tidal component of atmospheric pressure loading for use in geodetic GPS analysis; School of Geography and Environmental Studies Conference 2007
The Australian Coastal Smartline Geomorphic and Stabililty Map Version 1: Project Report
Using tree detection algorithms to predict stand sapwood area, basal area and stocking density in Eucalyptus regnans forest; Remote Sensing

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision