Grigorijs Goldbergs

Grigorijs Goldbergs

PhD student
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Grigorijs Goldbergs

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This project is developing a robust approach for measuring biomass/carbon stocks in savanna vegetation. LiDAR data and high resolution stereo satellite imagery is being used to develop methodologies to estimate vegetation biomass in different fire regimes, extracting 3D tree biophysical structural parameters. This can then be used to accurately estimate biomass/carbon stocks. The methodologies developed will be applied to large areas of savanna country across northern Australia.
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Remote sensing of tree structure and biomass in North Australian mesic savanna
19 Sep 2018
This PHD research aims to develop and assess methods using stereo imagery and laser scanning data,...
Remote sensing of tree structure and biomass in north Australian mesic savanna
29 Jun 2017
The main goal of this study is to determine the optimal procedure for the estimation of above-...
Grigorijs Goldbergs Conference Poster 2016
14 Aug 2016
This PhD research aims to develop and assess methods, using stereo satellite imagery and laser...
Remote sensing of tree structure and biomass in north Australia mesic savanna
18 Aug 2015
This PhD research aims to develop and assess methods, using stereo satelitte imagery and laser...

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