ANU Water and Landscape Dynamics develops new ways to measure and predict water resources, natural hazards and landscape health.
Check out our latest publication: "Near Real-Time Extracting Wildfire Spread Rate from Himawari-8 Satellite Data"!!
Nice @AFACnews feature on how our research partners at @ACT_Parks manage fire risk.
AFAC on Twitter
“ACT PCS is a vital player in the fire management landscape. Learn more about their cultural burns, use of technology and community engagement. ...
Visiting the #NSWRFS to discuss the implementation of the Australian Flammability Monitoring System https://t.co/pdzv5YG9gG
Thanks @mtrauts and colleagues for a great discussion! Hope you will have our information feeding this big screen soon! @bnhcrc
We're in this photo! Just one of the many great things possible with #DigitalEarthAU
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“Look at how #Canberra has changed in more than thirty years! ⌛ Just a snapshot of what is possible with #DigitalEarthAU. 🛰️ Discover mor...
Evaluation of 26 gridded #precipitation datasets using radar data and the Kling-Gupta Efficiency (KGE) criterion (higher is better) @FPappenberger @anu_wald @wxmangjh @NASARain @CopernicusEU @ESA_EO https://t.co/4iRVywer86
Our detailed global wetland and irrigation water use estimates now published. Data available via . @deltares @PtonClimate @VanderSatNL @EartH2Observe https://t.co/5aX3Fv6pVP
ANU Centre for Water and Landscape Dynamics
We combine satellite observations, field data and prediction models to measure, monitor, and forecast the world around us.
Grateful to be part of this: Understanding the global hydrological droughts of 2003–2016 and their relationships with teleconnections
ehsanforootan on Twitter
“Freshly baked GRACE derived drought indices and climate hot spots https://t.co/byefD7kKsx”
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