Remote Sensing and GIS
The remote sensing and GIS team uses both satellite and airborne remote sensing platforms (including UAV), many remote sensing systems (such as multispectral, hyperspectral, lidar, radar and phototelemetry), and GIS, to examine geographical aspects of the Earth's natural and human systems.
|Dr Xuan Zhu |
GIS and remote sensing with special interests in their applications in regional sustainable development, landscape evaluation, environmental decision analysis and modelling, and urban mining.
|Dr Sarah Harris|
Application of remote sensing and GIS for fire and vegetation assessment, with special interest in burn severity and extent mapping and fuel hazard assessment.
|Prof Nigel Tapper|