Prof Simon Jones

Remote Sensing

“I research the remote sensing (satellite / aerial earth observation) of terrestrial ecosystems. I specialise in the remote sensing of forested lands, wildfires and the validation of satellite image products (i.e., linking spectral information to biophysical datasets).”

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A/Prof David Mitchell

Land Administration

“My research focus is on the impact of climate change and natural disasters on land tenure, and how responsible land governance can help. I explore how securing and safeguarding land tenure rights, and effective land-use planning, can enhance resilient pathways.”

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A/Prof Karin Reinke

Spatial Data Quality and Uncertainty

“My work involves using geospatial technologies for observing and measuring our environment. Issues of data quality, uncertainty and scale, and the remote sensing and analysis of vegetation and wildfire are my key areas of research.”

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A/Prof Don Grant

Surveying, Geodesy

“My research covers the contribution of the cadastre to provide tenure security and community resilience to natural disasters. I am also involved in research on geodetic reference systems and international boundaries.”

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