Matthew G. Gale
Matthew G. Gale
Postdoctoral Fellow, The Australian National University
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Forest fire fuel through the lens of remote sensing: Review of approaches, challenges and future directions in the remote sensing of biotic determinants of fire behaviour
MG Gale, GJ Cary, AIJM Van Dijk, M Yebra
Remote Sensing of Environment 255, 112282, 2021
What determines variation in remotely sensed fire severity? Consideration of remote sensing limitations and confounding factors
MG Gale, GJ Cary
International journal of wildland fire 31 (3), 291-305, 2022
TERN airborne LiDAR and hyperspectral products document
A Van Dijk, M Paget, L Suarez, M Gale
Australian National University, Canberra, 2018
Comparison of contrasting optical and LiDAR fire severity remote sensing methods in a heterogeneous forested landscape in south-eastern Australia
MG Gale, GJ Cary, M Yebra, AJ Leavesley, AIJM Van Dijk
International Journal of Remote Sensing 43 (7), 2538-2559, 2022
Stand boundary effects on obligate seeding Eucalyptus delegatensis regeneration and fuel dynamics following high and low severity fire: Implications for species …
MG Gale, GJ Cary
Austral Ecology 46 (5), 802-817, 2021
Untangling fuel, weather and management effects on fire severity: Insights from large-sample LiDAR remote sensing analysis of conditions preceding the 2019-20 Australian wildfires
MG Gale, GJ Cary, AIJM Van Dijk, M Yebra
Journal of environmental management 348, 119474, 2023
Vulnerability of post-fire Eucalyptus delegatensis regeneration across stand boundaries: the importance of sapling height, maturity and fuel characteristics
M Gale
The Australian National University, 2017
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