WORK SAMPLES

CHANGE DETECTION ANALYSIS
 

LANDSCAPE CHANGE IN THE ATHERTON TABLELAND REGION (NORTHEASTERN AUSTRALIA) IN RESPONSE TO NATURAL AND HUMAN INFLUENCES

 

This project was performed with the Geographic Object Image Analysis (GEOBIA) approach with the aim to detect changes on the landscape on the Atherton Tablelands region of northeastern Queensland.

CHANGE DETECTION ANALYSIS
 

SPATIAL PATTERNS OF DEFORESTATION PROCESS SINCE EUROPEAN SETTLEMENT IN THE ATHERTON TABLELAND

 

This project provided an overview of land cover change and associated spatial pattern linked to European settlement for this region which had a significant impact on the biodiversity of this region.   

GEOGRAPHIC DATA AND DISTRIBUTIONS FOR WEEDS MANAGEMENT

 

METHOD USED TO CHARACTERISE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTIONS FOR WEEDS MANAGEMENT African Lovegrass and Parthenium.

 

Both these weeds result in significant costs in Queensland to both the agricultural industry and to biodiversity conservation. Therefore there is a need to understand their distributions to ensure the efficient design of control and eradication programs.