News: Honours projects - Ken Clarke
Honours project: Use spatial information tools and data in a wide range of applications and settings, including terrestrial, wetland and marine ecology, wildlife and habitats, land assessment and management and earth science.
Honours project: Use remote sensing and spatial science to investigate the variation of chlorophyll-a inside freshwater reservoirs.
Honours project: Use remote sensing project to characterise historical variation in suspended sediment in Gulf St. Vincent.
Honours project: Explore the impact of wastewater and river on seagrass meadows.
Honours project: Measure the effect of 10-years de-stocking on rangeland condition by comparing with neighbouring properties.
Honours project: Develop usable rangeland-condition assessment tools in the area of remote sensing.
Honours project: Explore the dynamics of arid wetland vegetation.
Characterisation of river plume extent through remote sensing with high/moderate resolution satellite imagery
Honours project: Use satellite imagery to examine the extent of river plume in some of the world's most significant rivers.