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Kakadu LIDAR Project 2011 Modelkeypoints

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Kakadu LIDAR Project 2011 Modelkeypoints


Model key points are statistically thinned data points that represent the main changes in a sampled surface. The Key Points are classified with code 8 in the LiDAR point classification scheme. Advantages in their use are significant reductions in data volume and reductions in data noise. There are disadvantages in using this data as has been a los... more


Climate Change Processes Environmental Monitoring Invasive Species Ecology


https://doi.org/10.4225/08/547CFB1756E3B


21 Oct 2011


30 Jun 2012


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LIDAR elevation model Climate Change Climate and Weather: Ecology Ecosystem Water salinity wetlands


Fugro Spatial Solutions (FSS) were awarded a contract by Geoscience Australia to carry out an Aerial LiDAR Survey over the Kakadu National Park. The data will be used to examine the potential impacts of climate change and sea level rise on the West Alligator, South Alligator, East Alligator River systems and other minor areas. The project area was flight planned using parameters as specified. A FSS aircraft and aircrew were mobilised to site and the project area was captured using a Leica ALS60 system positioned using a DGPS base-station at Darwin airport. The Darwin base-station was positioned by DGPS observations from local control stations. A ground control survey was carried out by FSS surveyors to determine ground positions and heights for control and check points throughout the area. All data was returned to FSS office in Perth and processed. The deliverable datasets were generated and supplied to Geoscience Australia with this metadata information. NEDF Metadata Acquisition Start Date: Saturday, 22 October 2011 Acquisition End Date: Wednesday, 16 November 2011 Sensor: LiDAR Device Name: Leica ALS60 (S/N: 6145) Flying Height (AGL): 1409 INS/IMU Used: uIRS-56024477 Number of Runs: 468 Number of Cross Runs: 28 Swath Width: 997 Flight Direction: Non-Cardinal Swath (side) Overlap: 20 Horizontal Datum: GDA94 Vertical Datum: AHD71 Map Projection: MGA53 Description of Aerotriangulation Process Used: Not Applicable Description of Rectification Process Used: Not Applicable Spatial Accuracy Horizontal: 0.8 Spatial Accuracy Vertical: 0.3 Average Point Spacing (per/sqm): 2 Laser Return Types: 4 pulses (1st 2nd 3rd 4th and intensity) Data Thinning: None Laser Footprint Size: 0.32 Calibration certification (Manufacturer/Cert. Company): Leica Limitations of the Data: To project specification Surface Type: Various Product Type: Other Classification Type: C0 Grid Resolution: 2 Distribution Format: Other Processing/Derivation Lineage: Capture, Geodetic Validation WMS: Not Applicable?


Data supplied by Dr Renee Bartolo Environmental Research Institute of the Supervising Scientist. (ERISS ) http://www.environment.gov.au/science/ssd/research Data survey. Fugro Spatial Solutions Pty Ltd Geoscience Australia.


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CSIRO (Australia), Geoscience Australia (Australia), Supervising Scientist Division, Dept of Environment (Australia)


CSIRO; Botha, Hannelie; Byrne, Guy; Dyce, Peter; Schroeder, Thomas; Anstee, Janet (2013): Kakadu LIDAR Project 2011 Modelkeypoints. v3. CSIRO. Data Collection. https://doi.org/10.4225/08/547CFB1756E3B


All Rights (including copyright) CSIRO Australia, Geoscience Australia, Supervising Scientist Division, Dept of Environment 2013.


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Location Details

11°59′5.424″ S


12°56′55.212″ S


133°20′56.494″ E


131°59′4.164″ E


GDA94


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Janet Anstee


Research Project Scientist





Raster




eng


UTF8


Elevation


About this Project

1177.2 Northern NERP - Remote Sensing


There is limited biological data from across the remote and inaccessible northern Australian coastline that can be used to inform bioregional planning processes, development approvals and, ultimately, biodiversity conservation. Habitat availability and biophysical factors such as water depth, light availability and turbidity are important determina... more


Thomas Schroeder


ALOS vegetation maps and LIDAR data


Detailed vegetation maps from ALOS AVNIR satellite imagery and LIDAR data of the Kakadu National Park floodplains for use in biodiversity assessment and monitoring programs.


Observation


ALOS AVNIR & LiDAR


CSIRO


Hannelie Botha


Guy Byrne


Peter Dyce


Thomas Schroeder


Janet Anstee


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