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Researcher: McCoull, CJ (Dr Colin McCoull)

Fields of Research

Photogrammetry and remote sensing
Terrestrial ecology
Population ecology
Freshwater ecology
Tree improvement (incl. selection and breeding)
Plant and fungus systematics and taxonomy

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in the environmental sciences
Terrestrial biodiversity
Assessment and management of terrestrial ecosystems

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

A common boundary between distinct northern and southern morphotypes in two unrelated Tasmanian rainforest species; Australian Journal of Botany
Changes in Reproductive Investment following Caudal Autotomy in Viviparous Skinks (Niveoscincus metallicus): Lipid Depletion or Energetic Diversion?; Journal of Herpetology
Deployment and integration of cost-effective high resolution remotely sensed data for the Australian forest industry, Stone, C and Osborn, J (eds)
Detection of necrotic foliage in a young Eucalyptus pellita plantation using unmanned aerial vehicle RGB photography - a demonstration of concept; Australian Forestry
Effect of Tail Loss on Sprint Speed and Growth in Newborn Skinks, Niveoscincus metallicus; Journal of Herpetology
Effect of temperature on the functional response and components of attack rate in Naucoris congrex Stal (Hemiptera : Naucoridae); Australian Journal of Entomology
Evaluating the robustness of point clouds from small format aerial photography over a Pinus radiata plantation; Australian Forestry
Geographic variation and adaptation in the metallic skink (Niveoscincus metallicus)
Lever-arm and boresight correction, and field of view determination of a spectroradiometer mounted on an unmanned aircraft system; ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Optimizing remotely acquired, dense point cloud data for plantation inventory. M Watt, C Stone (eds)
Photogrammetry for Forest Inventory: Planning Guidelines
Salt spray limits the inland penetration of a coastally restricted invertebrate: a field experiment using landhoppers (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Talitridae); Functional Ecology
What limits the distributions of coastally restricted terrestrial invertebrates? The case of coastal landhoppers (Crustacea: Amphipoda: Talitridae) in southern Tasmania; Journal of Biogeography

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision