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Researcher: Hennecke, WG (Dr Werner Hennecke)

Fields of Research

Geomorphology and earth surface processes
Geospatial information systems and geospatial data modelling
Photogrammetry and remote sensing
Natural resource management
Surveying (incl. hydrographic surveying)
Global change biology
Tree improvement (incl. selection and breeding)
Forest health and pathology
Educational technology and computing
Physical geography and environmental geoscience
Social geography
Physical oceanography
Other education
Modelling and simulation
Biological mathematics
Palaeoclimatology
Terrestrial ecology

Research Objectives

Measurement and assessment of estuarine water quality
Social impacts of climate change and variability
Other environmental management
Assessment and management of terrestrial ecosystems
Climate change adaptation measures (excl. ecosystem)
Hardwood plantations
Regional planning
Coastal or estuarine biodiversity
Other education and training
Softwood plantations
Other culture and society
Communication

Career Best Publications

Applying GIS and GPS to model and monitor shoreline behaviour in New South Wales and Tasmania; Coastal GIS 2003
GIS Modelling of Impacts of an Accelerated Rate of Sea-Level Rise on Coastal Inlets and Deeply Embayed Shorelines; Environmental Geosciences
GIS Modelling of Sea-Level Rise Induced Shoreline Changes Inside Coastal Re-Entrants - Two Examples from Southeastern Australia; Natural Hazards
GIS-Based Coastal Behavior Modeling and Simulation of Potential Land and Property Loss: Implications of Sea-Level Rise at Collaroy/Narrabeen Beach, Sydney (Australia); Coastal Management
GIS-based Modelling of Potential Sea-level Rise Impacts on Erodible Shorelines - Using Readily Available Data; 2001, Geography - A Spatial Odyssey: Third Joint Conference of the New Zealand Geographical Society and the Institute of Australian Geographers

Research Publications

Applying GIS and GPS to model and monitor shoreline behaviour in New South Wales and Tasmania; Coastal GIS 2003
GIS Modelling of Impacts of an Accelerated Rate of Sea-Level Rise on Coastal Inlets and Deeply Embayed Shorelines; Environmental Geosciences
GIS Modelling of Sea-Level Rise Induced Shoreline Changes Inside Coastal Re-Entrants - Two Examples from Southeastern Australia; Natural Hazards
GIS-Based Coastal Behavior Modeling and Simulation of Potential Land and Property Loss: Implications of Sea-Level Rise at Collaroy/Narrabeen Beach, Sydney (Australia); Coastal Management
GIS-Based Modelling of Potential Sea Level Rise Impacts on Coastal Re-Entrants and Adjacent Shorelines
GIS-based Modelling of Potential Sea-level Rise Impacts on Erodible Shorelines - Using Readily Available Data; 2001, Geography - A Spatial Odyssey: Third Joint Conference of the New Zealand Geographical Society and the Institute of Australian Geographers
Information Paper: Sea-Level Change Around Tasmania
Low-cost shoreline and beach profile measurement for implementation by 'Coastcare' groups; Coast to Coast '04 Australia's National Coastal Conference: the Second Decade - Coastal Planning and Management in Australia Towards 2014
Low-cost shoreline and beach profile measurement for implementation by 'Coastcare' Groups; Coast to Coast '04 Australia's National Coastal Conference: the Second Decade - Coastal Planning and Management in Australia Towards 2014
Monitoring and Modelling the Effects of Human Settlement on Shoreline Erosion; COGS Conference - 2003
Suitability of NDVI AVHRR Data for Wetland Detection. A Case Study: Kakadu National Park (Australia); 11th Australasian Remote Sensing and Photgrammetry Conference

Research Projects

Potential sea-level rise and coastal storm impacts on coastal Tasmania

Research Candidate Supervision

Small Format Digital Aerial Photography for Mapping and Monitoring Seagrass Habitats in Shallow Temperate Marine Waters
Spatial Uncertainty Estimation Techniques For Shallow Coastal Seabed Mapping
The Application of Landscape Productivity and Environmental Modelling to Improve Plantation Site Selection and Yield Prediction
Vulnerability and Responses of American Samoa Mangroves to Relative Sea-level Rise and Pacific Island Region Capacity-Building Priorities