Vanessa Lucieer
Vanessa Lucieer
Associate Professor
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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On the use of abiotic surrogates to describe marine benthic biodiversity
MA McArthur, BP Brooke, R Przeslawski, DA Ryan, VL Lucieer, S Nichol, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 88 (1), 21-32, 2010
2682010
A review of marine geomorphometry, the quantitative study of the seafloor
V Lecours, MFJ Dolan, A Micallef, VL Lucieer
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 20 (8), 3207-3244, 2016
1482016
Seabed habitat mapping in the Kent Group of islands and its role in marine protected area planning.
AR Jordan, MM Lawler, VL Lucieer, Barrett, NS
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 15 (1), pp. 51-70, 2005
1392005
Backscatter measurements by seafloor‐mapping sonars: guidelines and recommendations
X Lurton, G Lamarche, C Brown, VL Lucieer, G RIce, A Schimel, T Weber
A collective report by members of the GeoHab Backscatter Working Group, 1-200, 2015
1272015
Do marine substrates ‘look’ and ‘sound’ the same? Supervised classification of multibeam acoustic data using autonomous underwater vehicle images.
V Lucieer, N Hill, N Barrett, S Nichol
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 117, 94-106, 2013
1242013
Object‐oriented classification of sidescan sonar data for mapping benthic marine habitats
VL Lucieer
International Journal of Remote Sensing 29 (3), 905-921, 2008
1162008
Spatial scale and geographic context in benthic habitat mapping: review and future directions
V Lecours, R Devillers, DC Schneider, VL Lucieer, CJ Brown, EN Edinger
Marine Ecology Progress Series 535, 259-284, 2015
1092015
Unsupervised fuzzy classification and object-based image analysis of multibeam data to map deep water substrates, Cook Strait, New Zealand
V Lucieer, G Lamarche
Continental Shelf Research 31 (11), 1236-1247, 2011
792011
Fuzzy clustering for seafloor classification
V Lucieer, A Lucieer
Marine Geology 264 (3-4), 230-241, 2009
712009
Mapping of inshore marine habitats in south-eastern Tasmania for marine protected area planning and marine management
NS Barrett, JC Sanderson, MM Lawler, V Halley, AR Jordan
Tasmanian Aquaculture and Fisheries Institute, 2001
672001
Tasmania's Offshore Islands: seabirds and other natural features
N Brothers, D Pemberton, H Pryor, VL Lucieer
662001
Towards a framework for terrain attribute selection in environmental studies
V Lecours, R Devillers, AE Simms, VL Lucieer, CJ Brown
Environmental Modelling & Software 89, 19-30, 2017
572017
Filling the gaps: Predicting the distribution of temperate reef biota using high resolution biological and acoustic data
NA Hill, V Lucieer, NS Barrett, TJ Anderson, SB Williams
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 147, 137-147, 2014
542014
Choosing between strategies for designing surveys: autonomous underwater vehicles.
VL Foster, S. D., Hosack, G.R., Hill,N.A., Barrett, N
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (3), 287-297, 2014
392014
Comparing selections of environmental variables for ecological studies: A focus on terrain attributes
V Lecours, CJ Brown, R Devillers, VL Lucieer, EN Edinger
PLoS One 11 (12), e0167128, 2016
382016
Variation and uncertainty in bathymetric slope calculations using geographic information systems
MFJ Dolan, VL Lucieer
Marine Geodesy 37 (2), 187-219, 2014
352014
Systematic culling controls a climate driven, habitat modifying invader
SR Tracey, T Baulch, K Hartmann, SD Ling, V Lucieer, MP Marzloff, ...
Biological Invasions 17 (6), 1885-1896, 2015
302015
Linking morphometric characterisation of rocky reef with fine scale lobster movement
V Lucieer, H Pederson
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 63 (5), 496-509, 2008
272008
User expectations for multibeam echo sounders backscatter strength data-looking back into the future
V Lucieer, M Roche, K Degrendele, M Malik, M Dolan, G Lamarche
Marine Geophysical Research 39 (1), 23-40, 2018
252018
Analyzing uncertainty in multibeam bathymetric data and the impact on derived seafloor attributes
V Lucieer, Z Huang, J Siwabessy
Marine Geodesy 39 (1), 32-52, 2016
252016
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