Assessment and monitoring of the invasive aquatic plant Australian Swamp Stonecrop (Crassula helmsii) in internationally important UK wetlands: The use of sUAS based multi-spectral remote sensing.
Assessment of the potential small-Unmanned Aircraft Systems to be used to investigate the nutritional stress in mountain ungulates.
Research programme with Autonomous University of Barcelona
An assessment and monitoring of internationally important Estonian coastal grasslands through the use sUAS approaches: multispectral, SfM and LiDAR.
Research programme with Estonian University of Natural Sciences
The detection of small-scale changes in the formation and temporal evolution of topographic features in saltmarsh environments using small-Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) and Structure-from-Motion (SfM). Environment Agency 2016-2018 - see Dale et al., 2020
Quantification of bedform dynamics and bedload sediment flux in sandy braided rivers from airborne and satellite imagery.
Natural Environment Research Council - see Ashworth et al., 2018
UAV derived topographic modelling and measurement of the evolution of embryonic tidal creek systems in newly inundated intertidal saltmarsh and mudflat environments.
Environment Agency, 2018 - see Dale et al., 2018
The development of small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) for the detection of unimproved grassland systems.
High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, 2016 – see Strong et al., 2017
LiDAR-based modelling and visualisation of managed retreat scenarios for coastal planning: an example from the southern UK.
Cuckmere Estuary, 2015 – see Krolik-Root et al., 2015