ANU Water and Landscape Dynamics develops new ways to measure and predict water resources, natural hazards and landscape health.
Looking forward to more interaction with the amazing research teams put together!
Welcome to the new Institute for Water Futures, hosted at @ourANU and in collaboration with @CSIRO, @MD_Basin_Auth, @BOM_au and many more.
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Proud of what my brother @jaacal has achieved through sheer hard work in a challenging water & economic environment. Building a new business out of the Millennium Drought is no easy feat. #FarmerAU #drought
Family farms diversify with almonds
Family farms make up a large portion of the almond industry.
We are looking forward to welcoming @Nico_Younes at @ANUFennerSchool. Great "things" coming to Canberra indeed!
📢📢New paper: we assess the performance of generalized aboveground biomass allometric models in the Australian context. Well done @UNSW's Li Liu for publishing your last PhD's chapter. Its been a pleasure working with you over the last years.
Assessment of generalized allometric models for aboveground biomass estimation: A case study in Australia
This paper aims to assess the performance of generalized aboveground biomass (AGB) allometric models in the Australian context by investigating the co...
A great multimedia story about bushfire recovery from @ConversationEDU team including our VSPI fire severity and vegetation recovery imagery and some of my photography.
Get to know our manytalented @prl9000 - thanks @NCInews !
Welcome Raktima - great to have you with us!!
She would have made an incredible dentist, but we're so glad @ANUFennerSchool and @anucecs expert @Myebra12 ended up working on preventing fires rather than cavities!
Congratulations @DeyRaktima !
I am looking forward to consolidating linkages with the @SmartSatCRC to further progress on the characterization of bushfire fuel condition. We need more efficient algorithms for near real-time data production and AI has a huge potential.
Congrats to Nadir Loonat on his first PhD paper! He used kriging to much improve @BOM_au's AWRA runoff fields:
Anomaly kriging helps to remove bias in spatial model runoff estimates
The low spatial density of streamflow gauging stations limits the accuracy of spatial streamflow estimates in many parts of the world. Strategies to i...
Mission Specialist @Myebra12 tells us how data from space can help bushfire efforts on Earth!
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How can #MachineLearning learning help us solve environmental problems? Find out in this online seminar with Pablo Larraondo as he discusses the potential applications of neural networks in an environmental context, tomorrow at 11am AEST.
Identifying areas at risk of drought‐induced tree mortality across South‐Eastern Australia
Identifying areas at risk of droughtâinduced tree mortality across SouthâEastern Australia
SouthâEast Australia has recently been subjected to two of the worst droughts in the historical record (Millennium Drought, 2000â2009 and Bi...