Adrian Fisher
Adrian Fisher
School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences, UNSW
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Comparing Landsat water index methods for automated water classification in eastern Australia
A Fisher, N Flood, T Danaher
Remote Sensing of Environment 175, 167-182, 2016
Cloud and cloud-shadow detection in SPOT5 HRG imagery with automated morphological feature extraction
A Fisher
Remote Sensing 6 (1), 776-800, 2014
A water index for SPOT5 HRG satellite imagery, New South Wales, Australia, determined by linear discriminant analysis
A Fisher, T Danaher
Remote Sensing 5 (11), 5907-5925, 2013
Ultra-high spatial resolution fractional vegetation cover from unmanned aerial multispectral imagery
B Melville, A Fisher, A Lucieer
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 78, 14-24, 2019
Large-Area, High-Resolution Tree Cover Mapping with Multi-Temporal SPOT5 Imagery, New South Wales, Australia
A Fisher, M Day, T Gill, A Roff, T Danaher, N Flood
Remote Sensing 8, 515, 2016
Riverina Region Geochemical Survey, Southern New South Wales and Northern Victoria
P Caritat, ME Lech, S Jaireth, J Pyke, A Fisher
Cooperative Research Centre For Landscape Environments And Mineral …, 2007
Modelling canopy gap probability, foliage projective cover and crown projective cover from airborne lidar metrics in Australian forests and woodlands
A Fisher, J Armston, N Goodwin, P Scarth
Remote Sensing of Environment 237, 111520, 2020
Relating foliage and crown projective cover in Australian tree stands
A Fisher, P Scarth, J Armston, T Danaher
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 259, 39-47, 2018
Remote Sensing Measures Restoration Successes, but Canopy Heights Lag in Restoring Floodplain Vegetation
S Dawson, A Fisher, R Lucas, D Hutchinson, P Berney, D Keith, J Catford, ...
Remote Sensing 8 (542), 542, 2016
Mapping trees in high resolution imagery across large areas using locally variable thresholds guided by medium resolution tree maps
A Fisher, T Danaher, T Gill
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 58, 86-96, 2017
The response of vegetation cover and dune activity to rainfall, drought and fire observed by multitemporal satellite imagery
A Fisher, PP Hesse
Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 44, 2957-2967, 2019
Global application of an unoccupied aerial vehicle photogrammetry protocol for predicting aboveground biomass in non‐forest ecosystems
AM Cunliffe, K Anderson, F Boschetti, RE Brazier, HA Graham, ...
Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation 8 (1), 57-71, 2022
Remote sensing of trophic cascades: multi‐temporal landsat imagery reveals vegetation change driven by the removal of an apex predator
AG Fisher, CH Mills, M Lyons, WK Cornwell, M Letnic
Landscape Ecology 36 (5), 1341-1358, 2021
26 Al/10 Be dating of an aeolian dust mantle soil in western New South Wales, Australia
A Fisher, D Fink, J Chappell, M Melville
Geomorphology 219, 201-212, 2014
Inversion of TEMPEST AEM survey data, Honeysuckle Creek, Victoria
R Brodie, A Fisher
Unpublished report produced by Geoscience Australia for the Bureau of Rural …, 2008
Low-density geochemical survey in the Central Gawler Craton: Preliminary results and implications for mineral exploration
P Caritat, M Lech, A Kernich, S Jaireth, A Fisher
Regolith, 59-62, 2006
Aboveground biomass density models for NASA’s Global Ecosystem Dynamics Investigation (GEDI) lidar mission
L Duncanson, JR Kellner, J Armston, R Dubayah, et al
Remote Sensing of Environment 270, 2022
Drone-derived canopy height predicts biomass across non-forest ecosystems globally
AM Cunliffe, K Anderson, F Boschetti, RE Brazier, HA Graham, ...
bioRxiv, 2020
The Geomorphic Evolution of Australia Stony Deserts: An Application of in Situ-produced Cosmogenic Radionuclide Analysis at the Fowlers Gap Arid Zone Research Station
AG Fisher
University of New South Wales, 2003
Airborne electromagnetic survey results from the Paterson Province, WA
C Sorensen, A Fisher, M Costelloe
ASEG Extended Abstracts 2009 (1), 1-4, 2009
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