Karin Reinke
Karin Reinke
Verified email at rmit.edu.au
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Interactions between landcover pattern and geospatial processing methods: effects on landscape metrics and classification accuracy
AM Lechner, KJ Reinke, Y Wang, L Bastin
Ecological Complexity 15, 71-82, 2013
492013
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
442017
Development of a multi-spatial resolution approach to the surveillance of active fire lines using Himawari-8
CH Wickramasinghe, S Jones, K Reinke, L Wallace
Remote Sensing 8 (11), 932, 2016
392016
Integrating vegetation field surveys with remotely sensed data
K Reinke, S Jones
Ecological Management & Restoration 7, S18-S23, 2006
352006
A theory for communicating uncertainty in spatial databases
KJ Reinke, GJ Hunter
Spatial data quality, 77-101, 2002
312002
A comparison of high and low gain DMSP/OLS satellite images for the study of socio-economic metrics
K Roychowdhury, SD Jones, C Arrowsmith, K Reinke
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote …, 2010
222010
Adapting spatial databases to reduce information misuse through illogical operations
GJ Hunter, KJ Reinke
Proceedings of 4th international symposium on spatial accuracy assessment in …, 2000
212000
Advances in active fire detection using a multi-temporal method for next-generation geostationary satellite data
B Hally, L Wallace, K Reinke, S Jones, A Skidmore
International journal of digital earth 12 (9), 1030-1045, 2019
182019
An assessment of pre-and post fire near surface fuel hazard in an Australian dry sclerophyll forest using point cloud data captured using a terrestrial laser scanner
L Wallace, V Gupta, K Reinke, S Jones
Remote Sensing 8 (8), 679, 2016
152016
Assessing Metrics for Estimating Fire Induced Change in the Forest Understorey Structure Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning.
V Gupta, KJ Reinke, SD Jones, L Wallace, L Holden
Remote Sensing 7, 8180-8201, 2015
152015
ASSESSMENT OF THE UTILITY OF THE ADVANCED HIMAWARI IMAGER TO DETECT ACTIVE FIRE OVER AUSTRALIA.
B Hally, L Wallace, K Reinke, S Jones
International Archives of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing & Spatial …, 2016
142016
Understanding the flight movements of a non-breeding wandering albatross, Diomedea exulans gibsoni, using a geographic information system
K Reinke, EC Butcher, CJ Russell, DG Nicholls, MD Murray
Australian Journal of Zoology 46 (2), 171-181, 1998
131998
Investigating surface and near-surface bushfire fuel attributes: A comparison between visual assessments and image-based point clouds
C Spits, L Wallace, K Reinke
Sensors 17 (4), 910, 2017
122017
An optimisation approach for fuel treatment planning to break the connectivity of high-risk regions
R Rachmawati, M Ozlen, KJ Reinke, JW Hearne
Forest Ecology and Management 368, 94-104, 2016
122016
A model for solving the prescribed burn planning problem
R Rachmawati, M Ozlen, K Reinke, J Hearne
SpringerPlus 4 (1), 630, 2015
122015
Innovations in remote sensing and photogrammetry
S Jones, K Reinke
Springer Science & Business Media, 2009
112009
A broad-area method for the Diurnal characterisation of upwelling medium wave infrared radiation
B Hally, L Wallace, K Reinke, S Jones
Remote Sensing 9 (2), 167, 2017
92017
Fast mean-shift based classification of very high resolution images: application to forest cover mapping
S Boukir, S Jones, K Reinke
ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information …, 2012
92012
A current perspective on Australian woody vegetation maps and implications for small remnant patches
E Farmer, KJ Reinke, SD Jones
Journal of Spatial Science 56 (2), 223-240, 2011
92011
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
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20