Author pages are created from data sourced from our academic publisher partnerships and public sources.
Mapping the pollutants in surface riverine flood plume waters in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
The extent of flood plume water over a 10 year period was mapped using quasi-true colour imagery and used to calculate long-term frequency of occurrence of the plumes. The proportional contribution… Expand
An overview of approaches and challenges for retrieving marine inherent optical properties from ocean color remote sensing.
Ocean color measured from satellites provides daily global, synoptic views of spectral waterleaving reflectances that can be used to generate estimates of marine inherent optical properties (IOPs).… Expand
On the surface circulation in the western Coral Sea and residence times in the Great Barrier Reef
Surface velocity observations from satellite tracked drifters made between 1987 and 2008 were used to resolve the surface circulation of the western Coral Sea, west of 158°E, and the Great Barrier… Expand
Importance of wave-induced bed liquefaction in the fine sediment budget of Cleveland Bay, Great Barrier Reef
Data from a three-year long field study of fine sediment dynamics in Cleveland Bay show that wave-induced liquefaction of the fine sediment bed on the seafloor in shallow water was the main process… Expand
Inter-annual variability of wet season freshwater plume extent into the Great Barrier Reef lagoon based on satellite coastal ocean colour observations.
Riverine freshwater plumes are the major transport mechanism for nutrients, sediments and pollutants into the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) lagoon and connect the land with the receiving coastal and… Expand
Digitise This! A Quick and Easy Remote Sensing Method to Monitor the Daily Extent of Dredge Plumes
Technological advancements in remote sensing and GIS have improved natural resource managers’ abilities to monitor large-scale disturbances. In a time where many processes are heading towards… Expand
Monitoring and mapping of flood plumes in the Great Barrier Reef based on in-situ and remote sensing observations
Detecting trend and seasonal changes in bathymetry derived from HICO imagery: A case study of Shark Bay, Western Australia
Abstract The Hyperspectral Imager for the Coastal Ocean (HICO) aboard the International Space Station has offered for the first time a dedicated space-borne hyperspectral sensor specifically designed… Expand
Three decades of ocean-color remote-sensing Trichodesmium spp. in the World’s oceans: A review
- L. McKinna
- 1 February 2015
Abstract Ocean-color sensors have provided the necessary platform for synoptic-scale detection and monitoring of the nitrogen-fixing marine cyanobacterium Trichodesmium spp. Such information is… Expand
A simple, binary classification algorithm for the detection of Trichodesmium spp. within the Great Barrier Reef using MODIS imagery
A binary classification algorithm to detect the presence of high surface concentrations of the nitrogen-fixing cyanobacterium Trichodesmium spp. was developed for high spatial resolution (250 m)… Expand