News: Honours projects - Megan Lewis
Honours project: Use selected novel metal isotope tracers to better understand the sources and pathways of heavy metals released during the 2020 bushfires into local soils, streams and estuaries around Kangaroo Island.
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: 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.