Remote Sensing

The Remote Sensing Group at Charles Darwin University develops innovative remote sensing and spatial data analysis techniques to address environmental monitoring and management problems. We are a multidisciplinary and collaborative group, with expertise spanning terrestrial, coastal, and open ocean applications, with a particular focus on Tropical Northern Australia. The Remote Sensing Group draws from member experience in government, industry, military, NGOs, consultancies and academia, with well-established national and international linkages. Our supportive and productive environment fosters cutting-edge research and knowledge-transfer through teaching, research, and supervision.

Imagery displayed here is the most recent Terra MODIS data acquired over the Top End of Australia. It is often possible to see impending storms, smoke from large fires, and interesting sedimentation or water quality patterns in this broad scale imagery. If today is completely cloudy, come and visit us again tomorrow! Though if it's our wet season (October - March), you might need to try a few times.

 

 

 

People in the group

Dr Karen Joyce's picture
Dr Karen Joyce
Adjunct - Senior Lecturer
Dr Ian Leiper's picture
Dr Ian Leiper
Lecturer - Research Fellow
Dr David Blondeau-Patissier's picture
Dr David Blondeau-Patissier
Alumni - Honorary Research Fellow
Muditha Heenkenda's picture
Muditha Heenkenda
PhD Student
Olukemi Alaba's picture
Olukemi Alaba
Masters Student
Javier Chen's picture
Javier Chen
Alumni - Honours Student
Andrew Esparon's picture
Andrew Esparon
Research Masters