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Arko Lucieer

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

About

Arko Lucieer is an Associate Professor in Remote Sensing at The University of Tasmania, Australia. He leads the TerraLuma research group, focusing on the development and application of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), sensor integration, and image processing techniques for environmental, agricultural, and high-precision aerial mapping applications. 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. His current focus is on quantitative remote sensing of vegetation with the use of sophisticated UAS sensors to better understand the structure, distribution, and functioning of vegetation, and to bridge the observational scale gap between field samples and satellite observations.

Co-authors (118)

Publications (52)

Comparison of Mems-Based and Fog-Based Imus in the Context of Sensor Orientation Determination on an Unmanned Aircraft System

  • Gautam D
  • Lucieer A
  • Watson C
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Towards improved estimates of sea-ice algal biomass: experimental assessment of hyperspectral imaging cameras for under-ice studies

  • Cimoli E
  • Lucieer A
  • Meiners K
Annals of Glaciology (2017)
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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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Snow Depth Retrieval with UAS Using Photogrammetric Techniques

  • Jagt B
  • Lucieer A
  • Wallace L
Geosciences (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)