Novel methods to estimate photosynthesis and water use at canopy to continental scales using remotely sensed solar induced fluorescence

Novel methods to estimate photosynthesis and water use at canopy to continental scales using remotely sensed solar induced fluorescence

Remote sensing and modelling tools that utilise stead-state canopy fluorescence will be developed for Australian ecosystems. These tools can be used with airborne or spaceborne fluorescence sensors currently in development to provide enhanced mapping of carbon and water fluxes across Australia.

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Lindsay Hutley
Professor of Environmental Science

Primary research group

Ecosystem Function

Qualifications

1997 PhD Department of Botany, The University of Queensland 1991 BSc (Honours, First Class) Department of Botany, The University of Queensland 1983 Associate Diploma in Applied Biology, Queensland Institute of Technology