2013, English, Book, Illustrated
Murray-Darling Basin Vegetation Monitoring Project : using time series Landsat satellite data for the assessment of vegetation condition / Rachel Melrose, Jeff Kingwell, Leo Lymburner, Rohan Coghlan.
Melrose, Rachel, (author.)
"This project commenced in November 2012 and is intended to provide satellite data and related scientific services to support the Murray-Darling Basin Authority's monitoring of how the condition of riparian vegetation responds to changing river run-off and wetland inundation levels. Under this project, Geoscience Australia started to build a satellite data processing infrastructure; named the 'datacube', as a proof of concept for expected on-going time series analysis applications including historical flood and bathymetry mapping. The work incorporates an automated processing chain for Landsat satellite images from Geoscience Australia's extensive archive, into customised high level intermediate products, including automated ortho-rectification, atmospheric correction, cloud-removal, and mosaicking, and finally into statistics on the spectral and derivative indices (that is, vegetation condition indices or various types) for the summer periods of December-March, each year for the period 2000-2013." --Online abstract.
1. Project reporting period
3. Project information
3.1. Project number
3.2. Project authority
3.3. Project phases
4. Project governance
4.1. Steering committee
4.2.Geoscience Australia project team
4.3. Project management
4.4. Project staff resources
5. MDB vegetation project data
5.2. Selecting, acquiring and mapping project data
5.3. Processing project data
5.4. Storing and archiving project data
5.5. Project products distributed in 2013
6. Extent to which Project has met objectives
7. Significant problems encountered, remedies adopted, and suggestions for future projects
7.1. Last-minute changes to products
7.3. Information and Communications Technology issues, especially at MDBA
Appendix A. Milestones
Appendix B. Whole of Project data across the Murray-Darling Basin
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