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Arko Lucieer

  • PhD
  • Senior Lecturer in GIS and Remote Sensing
  • University of Tasmania
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ecologyGISRemote sensing

About

Dr Arko Lucieer is a lecturer in Remote Sensing and GIS in the School of Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of Tasmania. He received his MSc in physical geography with a specialisation in hyperspectral remote sensing from Utrecht University in the Netherlands in 2000. His PhD research focused on image segmentation and visualisation of uncertainty in satellite imagery. He obtained his PhD degree in 2004 from the International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) and Utrecht University in The Netherlands. During the last five years, Dr Lucieer has been a lead investigator on the use of very high resolution imagery for mapping vegetation communities and their dynamics in the sub-Antarctic and Antarctic region. The focus of his research is on texture measures, image segmentation and fuzzy classification, and multi-scale change detection techniques. More recently, Dr Lucieer has initiated a research project looking at the use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for multi-scale sampling and super resolution mapping of natural and agricultural environments.

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Publications

Assessment of Forest Structure Using Two UAV Techniques: A Comparison of Airborne Laser Scanning and Structure from Motion (SfM) Point Clouds

  • Wallace L
  • Lucieer A
  • Malenovský Z
Forests (2016)
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Estimating tree and stand sapwood area in spatially heterogeneous southeastern Australian forests

  • Jaskierniak D
  • Kuczera G
  • Benyon R
Journal of Plant Ecology (2016)
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Antarctic moss stress assessment based on chlorophyll content and leaf density retrieved from imaging spectroscopy data

  • Malenovský Z
  • Turnbull J
  • Lucieer A
New Phytologist (2015)
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Snow Depth Retrieval with UAS Using Photogrammetric Techniques

  • Jagt B
  • Lucieer A
  • Wallace L
Geosciences (2015)
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The Impact of the Calibration Method on the Accuracy of Point Clouds Derived Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Multi-View Stereopsis

  • Harwin S
  • Lucieer A
  • Osborn J
Remote Sensing (2015)
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Professional experience

Senior Lecturer in GIS and Remote Sensing

University of Tasmania

January 2010 - Present

Lecturer in GIS and Remote Sensing

University of Tasmania

June 2004 - December 2009(6 years)

Education history

PhD

ITC - International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation

October 2000 - October 2004(4 years)

MSc Physical Geography

Universiteit Utrecht - University of Utrecht

September 1995 - September 2000(5 years)