ANU Water and Landscape Dynamics develops new ways to measure and predict water resources, natural hazards and landscape health.
Should you always trust satellite observations? We found inconsistencies in seasonality trends between several NDVI datasets. Check out our latest publication for full detail.
Well done @zhaoli2509 on your Mid-Term Review seminar. So good you got great results from your field experiment despite the challenges of running such an investigation under the 2020 circumstances!
@ourANU 's National Bushfire Initiative for early detection and suppression of bushfires could save $8.2 billion over the next 30 years
Great article by @katie_b_burgess in the @canberratimes (behind paywall unfortunately, but perhaps not anymore a few days from now?)
"Now that we know where the rainfall usually comes from, and how it is changing with the seasons, we can investigate the causes behind important rainfall changes like droughts and floods" is how our PhD star @hydroholgate summarizes what her latest research means.
Check out this teaser of the largest ever selfie seen from space! 🛰️🤳
Thanks to our community for putting on their best space faces for #SatelliteSelfie.
Stay tuned for release of the full image, coming soon!
#scienceweek #whereyouarefestival #risecanberra
Honoured to be invited to play a small part in this new publication
The #drought has loosened its grip & #bushfire impacted ecosystems start recovering. 💧🌿🔥🌧️☀️
They're the main conclusions from @anu_wald's mid-year update on the condition of 🇦🇺's #environment: https://t.co/obTkQtDIBL @ANUFennerSchool @ANUmedia #PositiveVibes #NCRISImpact
Love this analysis of #environment change in Australia! Well done @anu_wald Albert van Dijk & team! 👏😀
TERN is proud to contribute our ecosystem monitoring data to this analysis & provide support to ensure it continues.
Need a mood lift? We’ve tracked 4 ways Australia’s environment has repaired itself in 2020 via @ConversationEDU
Need a mood lift? We’ve tracked 4 ways Australia’s environment has repaired itself in 2020
Researchers have collated measurements made by satellites, field sensors and people, to get a picture of the nature's recovery while we've been in loc...
My talk at @DELWP_Vic Science Symposium is now available online:
Helping bushfire planning with remote sensing data - Dr Marta Yebra -
In #ScienceWeek meet Marta Yebra, a rising star who is using her expertise in all four letters in STEM to make Australia a safer place. @Myebra12 @anucecs @scienceANU
We call Australia to set up a national fire monitoring agency to agree on a consistent approach to measuring bushfire impacts
Bushfire scientists call for Australia to set up national fire monitoring agency
Inconsistencies in how fires are measured across the states leads to confusion over how much of the country actually burned, experts say
This morning talking on ABC Breakfast about @Aus_ScienceWeek's #satelliteselfie. Are you getting ready for your selfie?
Having Breakfast with Lish Fejer ensures you?ll start your day equipped with the latest Canberra ...
Using satellites we found that Australia’s fires burnt 7.5Mha of eucalyptus forests. This is well above the average over past 18 yr but 19% smaller than what the government reported. A new national agency should provide nationally consistent information