Field and Airborne Data Collectionby AusCover: a Tropical RainforestExamplePresentation by: Kasper Johansen1,3, Stuart Phi...
Outline•   AusCover field and airborne campaigns•   Robson Creek campaign and site•   Field and airborne data collection d...
AusCover field and airborne campaignsFraction ReflectanceSurface of PhotosyntheticallyPersistent Green Vegetation Active R...
AusCover field and airborne campaignsField-based Measurements   Airborne Measurements   Satellite Based Measurements      ...
AusCover field and airborne campaigns                                   DEM                                   DTM         ...
Robson Creek campaign and sitePlot locations of the Long Term Ecological Research Network
Robson Creek campaign and site
Robson Creek campaign and site
Robson Creek campaign and site
Robson Creek campaign and site
Robson Creek campaign and site•   9-16 September 2012•   18pin the field•   Dense mesophyll vine forest•   Highest biomass...
Robson Creek campaign and site
Field and airborne data collection design• Each site represents dominant  biome• Homogenous 5 x 5 km sites• Capture variab...
Field and airborne data collection design• Homogenous plots• Ground, mid-storey and  over-storey• Basal area• Vegetation s...
Field and airborne data collection design
Field Data Collection Processes:Ground, mid-storey and over-storey
Field Data Collection Processes:           Basal area
Field Data Collection Processes:     Hemispherical photos
Field Data Collection Processes:              Leaf area index                                Licor Plant Canopy Analyser L...
Field Data Collection Processes:    Terrestrial laser scanning
Field Data Collection Processes:    Terrestrial laser scanning
Field Data Collection Processes:    Terrestrial laser scanning
Field Data Collection Processes:  Leaf samples and chemistry
Field Data Collection Processes:           Phenology
Field Data Collection Processes:       Spectral calibration
Field Data Collection Processes: Spectrometer measurements
Field Data Collection Processes:  Atmospheric measurements
Field Data Collection Processes:    Accessing the field data
Airborne Data Collection Processes:   LiDAR and hyper-spectral data
Airborne Data Collection Processes:   LiDAR and hyper-spectral data
Airborne Data Collection Processes:   LiDAR and hyper-spectral data                 Site         PAI                 Rapid...
Airborne Data Collection Processes:   LiDAR and hyper-spectral data                   50 m                  100 m2 km     ...
Airborne Data Collection Processes:   LiDAR and hyper-spectral data
Collaboration and sharing of data•   Data collection suitable for multiple TERN facilities, e.g.    ASN, OzFlux, AusCover•...
Field and Airborne Data Collectionby AusCover: a Tropical RainforestExamplePresentation by: Kasper Johansen1,3, Stuart Phi...
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  1. 1. Field and Airborne Data Collectionby AusCover: a Tropical RainforestExamplePresentation by: Kasper Johansen1,3, Stuart Phinn1,3, PeterScarth2,3,Rebecca Trevithick21The University of Queensland (k.johansen@uq.edu.au)2 Queensland Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts3 Joint Remote Sensing Research Program
  2. 2. Outline• AusCover field and airborne campaigns• Robson Creek campaign and site• Field and airborne data collection design• Field data collection processes• Airborne data collection processes• Collaboration and sharing of data
  3. 3. AusCover field and airborne campaignsFraction ReflectanceSurface of PhotosyntheticallyPersistent Green Vegetation Active Radiation (FPAR) max • Focus areas suitable for long-term ecosystem monitoring min Non-PGV • Cal/Val of continental mask scale maps (FPC, LAI, Reflectance, p henology) • Consistent collection and processing of data sets • All data available via online portal
  4. 4. AusCover field and airborne campaignsField-based Measurements Airborne Measurements Satellite Based Measurements Time-Series Measurements
  5. 5. AusCover field and airborne campaigns DEM DTM CHM
  6. 6. Robson Creek campaign and sitePlot locations of the Long Term Ecological Research Network
  7. 7. Robson Creek campaign and site
  8. 8. Robson Creek campaign and site
  9. 9. Robson Creek campaign and site
  10. 10. Robson Creek campaign and site
  11. 11. Robson Creek campaign and site• 9-16 September 2012• 18pin the field• Dense mesophyll vine forest• Highest biomass in Australia• Critical to constrain and validate remotely sensed models
  12. 12. Robson Creek campaign and site
  13. 13. Field and airborne data collection design• Each site represents dominant biome• Homogenous 5 x 5 km sites• Capture variability within site• Field data collection influenced by accessibility and type of environment TLS Flux tower FPC / Structure Hemi & LAI-2200 or TLS
  14. 14. Field and airborne data collection design• Homogenous plots• Ground, mid-storey and over-storey• Basal area• Vegetation structure• LAI (LAI-2200)• Hemispherical photos• Terrestrial Laser Scanning• Leaf samples and species ID• Phenology photos
  15. 15. Field and airborne data collection design
  16. 16. Field Data Collection Processes:Ground, mid-storey and over-storey
  17. 17. Field Data Collection Processes: Basal area
  18. 18. Field Data Collection Processes: Hemispherical photos
  19. 19. Field Data Collection Processes: Leaf area index Licor Plant Canopy Analyser LAI-2200Digital Plant Canopy Imager (CI-110)
  20. 20. Field Data Collection Processes: Terrestrial laser scanning
  21. 21. Field Data Collection Processes: Terrestrial laser scanning
  22. 22. Field Data Collection Processes: Terrestrial laser scanning
  23. 23. Field Data Collection Processes: Leaf samples and chemistry
  24. 24. Field Data Collection Processes: Phenology
  25. 25. Field Data Collection Processes: Spectral calibration
  26. 26. Field Data Collection Processes: Spectrometer measurements
  27. 27. Field Data Collection Processes: Atmospheric measurements
  28. 28. Field Data Collection Processes: Accessing the field data
  29. 29. Airborne Data Collection Processes: LiDAR and hyper-spectral data
  30. 30. Airborne Data Collection Processes: LiDAR and hyper-spectral data
  31. 31. Airborne Data Collection Processes: LiDAR and hyper-spectral data Site PAI Rapid1 3.673067 rapid2 3.363939 rapid3 2.279929 rapid4 2.62392 rapid5 4.901737 rapid6 3.14998 rapid7 3.335957 rapid8 3.652275 rapid9 3.190056 rapid10 6.049383 rapid11 2.897515 rapid12 3.360222
  32. 32. Airborne Data Collection Processes: LiDAR and hyper-spectral data 50 m 100 m2 km 200 m
  33. 33. Airborne Data Collection Processes: LiDAR and hyper-spectral data
  34. 34. Collaboration and sharing of data• Data collection suitable for multiple TERN facilities, e.g. ASN, OzFlux, AusCover• Other collaborations: CSIRO, JCU and UQ researchers and QLD Government (DSITIA)• 25Ha plot: Species, DBH, tree height• Species mapping: hyper-spectral data, species ID, leaf samples, spectrometer measurements• Link flux measurements, productivity estimates, 25Ha plot, LiDAR/Hyper-spectral data, AusCover biophysical parameter time-series, phenology assessment• Vegetation mapping, condition and change: WTMA, QPWS• Biomass estimates: TLS, LiDAR, structural measurements
  35. 35. Field and Airborne Data Collectionby AusCover: a Tropical RainforestExamplePresentation by: Kasper Johansen1,3, Stuart Phinn1,3, PeterScarth2,3,Rebecca Trevithick21The University of Queensland (k.johansen@uq.edu.au)2 Queensland Department of Science, Information Technology, Innovation and the Arts3 Joint Remote Sensing Research Program

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