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Kioloa

 


 Current Weather

 (Time = UTM)



State:

            New South Wales 
 
 
 

Latitude and Longitude:

          Latitude: 35° 35' S Longitude: 150° 18' E 

 

Principal Investigators:

           Alex Held
           Nicholas Coops
           Darius Culvenor
 
 
 

Target:

            An open forest ecology site containing foothill eucalyptus species on an accessible low terrain coastal area. The long-term research site is representative of the region's complex open forest areas, containing variable growth features and intermittent soil exposures.
 
 
 

Papers/Publications:

            [refer: CSIRO Forest Productivity web site]
 
 
 

Graphics:


            Figure 1. DEM of Kioloa State Forest.
 
 

            Figure 2. Landsat TM Image Indicating casi Hyperspectral Flight Lines (yellow).
 
 

            Figure 3. Example of Vegetation at a Kioloa Site.
 
 
 
          Figure 4. Eucalytus Canopy.
          Figure 5. Gum Leaves.

          (Source inclCSIRO Forest Productivity web site).

 

Meterological Synopsis:



            (Source: Bureau of Meteorology, Australia).


 

Comments:

            Candidate EOC site for multi-temporal hyperspectral research. Focus: modelling spectral hysteresis in vegetation communities.
 
 


 

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