ANU Water and Landscape Dynamics develops new ways to measure and predict water resources, natural hazards and landscape health.
NSW media release on our new project building a satellite-enabled tool to help compliance officers detect water extraction anomalies:
New technology projects to support NSW water reforms
A real-time floodplain flow tracking monitor and tools to detect water take anomalies are among four projects being supported from a $500,000 governme...
Satellites to help show when the bush is ready to burn
Its been a pleasure to present an update of the AFMS at #AFAC18. I take home valuable feeback and suggestions on potential uses and improvements. Looking forward to share more at #AFAC19!
Did you missed my talk at #afac18? Visit our poster!
Spatially explicit post- fire fuel acummulation curves derived from satellite thanks to @a_massetti's PhD research
I will give an update on the Australian Flammability syatem at #AFAC2018 today. Come to learn how the system can help fire managements decisions https://t.co/2Mq8NTZ9FR
@AdamLeavesley presenting why @anu_wald's
lidar-derived fuel maps are important for fire management
At #AFAC2018? Have a look at Li Zhao's poster on forecasting dead fuel moisture content
Excited to announce a new collaboration with @DoI_Water to detect water license breaches from satellite observations. Some background:
Hi-tech tools to monitor water ‘anomalies’
A $500,000 spend on new water use monitoring tools
Grateful to be part of this study by Anouk Gevaert @VUamsterdam looking at the merit of soil moisture remote sensing in multiple frequencies.
HESS Journal on Twitter
“New article: Joint assimilation of soil moisture retrieved from multiple passive microwave frequencies increases robustness of soil moisture st...
Australian Flammability Monitoring System featured in Fire Australia magazine
UK inspectors using satellite imagery to spot potential water license breaches. Australia could have been doing this for >10yrs already, but we're finally getting there: watch this space...!
Dave Throup on Twitter
“It might be Sunday morning but Environment Officers are on #waterpatrol along the #herefordshire Wye. Levels & flows still very low. Visit...