NSW Biodiversity Node - Developing a spectral library for weed species in alpine vegetation communities to monitor their distribution using remote sensing

    Project: Research

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    This project examines the potential to use remote sensing for monitoring of weed species distributions in the alpine region of NSW and Victoria, specifically targeting Orange Hawkweed and Ox-eye Daisy as the first test case. The development of better monitoring tools that can provide regular, large-scale, spatial information, will become increasingly important for weeds management in the future, especially for those species such as Hawkweed that are predicted to become more widespread under warmer climates.
    Effective start/end date1/12/1630/09/18