TAG: Megan Lewis
The remote sensing work of University of Adelaide PhD candidate W. Boone Law has recently been selected for the 2020 May/June cover of Geoarcheaology. Geoarchaeology is an international journal dedicated to original interdisciplinary scientific research where geographical, geological, geophysical and Earth science techniques are used to better understand the archaeological record. (Pictured right: The front cover […]
University of Adelaide researchers raise awareness on the importance of satellite imagery for mapping bushfire impacts
The Conversation features lessons learnt by Boone Law as he mapped bushfire impacted areas on Kangaroo Island. By PhD candidate Wallace Boone Law with contributions from Megan M. Lewis. My recent experience suggests there is a considerable knowledge gap between ‘Big Satellite Data’ and ‘those who need it’. Megan and I share the concern that neither the general public […]
The Goyder Institute has just appointed the Environment Institute’s Professor Megan Lewis as their newest Board member. Prof Lewis has extensive experience in remote sensing, vegetation ecology, and environmental science and management, making her an excellent addition to the Board. The Goyder Institute Board sets the strategic vision for the Goyder Institute. Prof Lewis will be […]
What do wombats, UAV’s and tiger snake venom have in common? They are the focus of our successful 2016 ARC Linkage grants!
Congratulations to Environment Institute researchers who have had success in todays 2016 ARC Linkage Grant announcement! The details of the three successful projects for the EI are below, with all the successful applicants Australia wide listed on the ARC website. Wombats as a model for evidence based management of native fauna Associate Professor Bertram Ostendorf; […]
Environment Institute members Davina White and Megan Lewis were recently asked to prepare a case study for Digital Globe. Digital Globe is a leading global provider of commercial high-resolution earth imagery products and services. Both researchers were requested to provide a case study to Digital Globe titled ‘A monitoring technique for the Spring of the […]