JRSRP Publications 2012



Journal Articles


Conference Papers

  • Armston, J., Scarth, P., Mathias, D., Phinn, S.R. & Lucas, R. (2012). Estimation of foliage projective cover, leaf area index and crown cover from airborne Lidar across multiple bioregions in Australia, In: Proceedings of the XXII Congress of the InternationalPhotogrammetry and Remote Sensing Society 2012, Melbourne, Australia, 25 Aug – 1 Sept 2012.
  • Armston, J., Scarth, P., Disney, M., Phinn, S., Lucas, R., Bunting, P., & Goodwin, N. (2012). Estimation of foliage projective cover, leaf area index and crown cover from airborne lidar across multiple bioregions in eastern Australia. XXII Congress of the International Society for Photogrammetry & Remote Sensing, August 25 - September 1.
  • Calders, K., Lewis, P. Disney, M. Verbesselt, J., Armston, J., & Herold, M. (2012). Effects of clumping on modelling lidar waveforms in forest canopies, IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS) 2012, 22-27 July, 2012 - Munich, Germany.
  • Johansen, K., Gill, T., Trevithick, R., Armston, J., Scarth, P. &Phinn, S.R. (2012). Validation of Landsat based Time-Series of Persistent Green-Vegetation Fraction for Australia, In: Proceedings of the XXII Congress of the International Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Society 2012, Melbourne, Australia, 25 Aug – 1 Sept 2012. 
  • Johansen, K., Gill, T., Scarth, P. & Phinn, S.R. (2012). Landsat based Time-Series of Perennial Foliage Projective Cover of Australia, In: Proceedings of the XXII Congress of the International Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Society 2012, Melbourne, Australia, 25 Aug – 1 Sept 2012.
  • Mellor, A., Haywood, A., Jones, S., & Wilkes, P. (2012). Forest Classification using Random forests with multisource remote sensing and ancillary GIS data. 16th Australian Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Conference. Melbourne.
  • Mellor, A., Jones, S., Haywood, A., & Wilkes, P. (2012). Using random forest decision tree classification for large area forest extent mapping with multi-source remote sensing and GIS data. Forestsat. Corvallis.
  • Mellor, A., Armston, J., Haywood, A., Culvenor, D., Phinn, S., Scarth, P. & Lucas, R. (2012). Collaborative research to achieve common goals: Calibration and validation of large-area optical remote sensing products using active sensors. SilviLaser 2012.
  • Phinn S.R., Scarth, P., Armston, J., Witte, C., Danaher, N., Flood, T., Gill, R., & Lucas, R. (2012). Quantifying Vegetation Composition, Structure and Dynamics in Selected Australian Ecosystems: Science to Management. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 1, 0579.
  • Schoettker, B., Searle, R., Schmidt, M., Scarth, P. & Phinn, S.R. (2012). High temporal frequency biophysical and structural vegetation information from multiple remote sensing sensors can support modelling of event based hillslope erosion in Queensland, In: Proceedings of the XXII Congress of the International Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Society 2012, Melbourne, Australia, 25 Aug – 1 Sept 2012.