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Researcher: Musk, RA (Dr Robert Musk)

Fields of Research

Photogrammetry and remote sensing
Forestry management and environment
Social geography
Agroforestry
Forestry biomass and bioproducts
Physical geography and environmental geoscience

Research Objectives

Native forests
Terrestrial biodiversity
Other plant production and plant primary products
Hardwood plantations
Softwood plantations
Assessment and management of freshwater ecosystems
Heritage

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Calibrating LiDAR derived canopy metrics to account for data acquisition parameters and forest condition in Radiata pine plantations; School of Geography and Environmental Studies Conference 2007
Commemorative Landscapes: The restoration of the Soldiers' Walk, Queen's Domain, Hobart; Isolation: Disconnection, solitude and seclusion in a connected world
Domestic timber harvesting affects wood quantities in Tasmanian dry eucalypt forests; Australian Forestry
Estimating stem profile using canopy metrics: a forest inventory application for airborne remote sensing
Forest succession where trees become smaller and wood carbon stocks reduce; Forest Ecology and Management
Generating spatially explicit canopy height and timber estimates using airborne laser scanner and air photo data; Victorian Tasmanian Survey Conference 2004: Across the Strait
Leveraging machine learning to extend Ontology-Driven Geographic Object-Based Image Analysis (O-GEOBIA): a case study in forest-type mapping; Remote Sensing
Relating a Landsat TM Image to Radiata Pine Plantation Structure; 9th Australasian Remote Sensing Photogrammetry Conference
Timber Inventory in Wet Eucalypt Forest Using Small Footprint LiDAR; Spatial Science Institute Biennial International Conference (SSC)

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision

Development of Methods and Algorithms to Extract Forest Inventory Measures from Airbourne Image and LiDAR Data
The Development and Application of a Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Laser Scanning System for Forest Management