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 – see Villoslada et al., 2020
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 – see Alonso-Martinez et al., 2020
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