Samuel Hillman
Samuel Hillman
Verified email at student.rmit.edu.au
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Non‐destructive estimation of above‐ground surface and near‐surface biomass using 3D terrestrial remote sensing techniques
L Wallace, S Hillman, K Reinke, B Hally
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8 (11), 1607-1616, 2017
492017
Assessing the ability of image based point clouds captured from a UAV to measure the terrain in the presence of canopy cover
L Wallace, C Bellman, B Hally, J Hernandez, S Jones, S Hillman
Forests 10 (3), 284, 2019
132019
A method for validating the structural completeness of understory vegetation models captured with 3D remote sensing
S Hillman, L Wallace, K Reinke, B Hally, S Jones, DS Saldias
Remote Sensing 11 (18), 2118, 2019
82019
Using orthoimages generated from oblique terrestrial photography to estimate and monitor vegetation cover
L Wallace, DS Saldias, K Reinke, S Hillman, B Hally, S Jones
Ecological Indicators 101, 91-101, 2019
72019
Leveraging smart phone technology for assessing fuel hazard in fire prone landscapes
L Wallace, B Hally, JK Reinke, DS Jones, S Hillman
Proceedings of the 5th International Fire Behaviour and Fuels Conference …, 2016
42016
A comparison of terrestrial and UAS sensors for measuring fuel hazard in a dry sclerophyll forest
S Hillman, L Wallace, A Lucieer, K Reinke, D Turner, S Jones
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 95, 102261, 2021
22021
Linking urban tree inventories to Remote Sensing Data for individual tree mapping
L Wallace, QC Sun, B Hally, S Hillman, A Both, J Hurley, D San Martin
Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 127106, 2021
2021
High-Resolution Estimates of Fire Severity—An Evaluation of UAS Image and LiDAR Mapping Approaches on a Sedgeland Forest Boundary in Tasmania, Australia
S Hillman, B Hally, L Wallace, D Turner, A Lucieer, K Reinke, S Jones
Fire 4 (1), 14, 2021
2021
Terrestrial Image-Based Point Clouds for Mapping Near-Ground Vegetation Structure: Potential and Limitations
L Wallace, B Hally, S Hillman, SD Jones, K Reinke
Fire 3 (4), 59, 2020
2020
A rapid technique to quantify bark fuel hazard with smartphones
L Wallace, K Reinke, S Hillman, B Hally, S Jones
Parte: http://hdl. handle. net/10316.2/44517, 2018
2018
MAPPING THE EFFICACY OF AN AUSTRALIAN FUEL REDUCTION BURN USING FUELS3D POINT CLOUDS
L Wallace, K Reinke, S Jones, B Hally, S Hillman, C Spits
2017
Observations and Geoinformation
S Hillman, L Wallace, A Lucieer, K Reinke, D Turner, S Jones
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