David Keith's research while affiliated with UNSW Sydney and other places

Citations

... Nonetheless, in species-rich floodplain areas, it remains challenging to obtain high-accurate classification models, even using hyperspectral imagery (Richter et al., 2016), mainly due to the mixture of vegetation and other types of land covers , but also due to the variations in atmospheric and light conditions. Combining visible, multi-or hyperspectral images with elevation data has been proven to build accurate models for classification of urban trees (Alonzo et al., 2014), conifer species (Scholl et al., 2021;Weinstein et al.;, plant communities in wetlands (Martínez Prentice et al., 2021), grasslands of river valleys (Demarchi et al., 2020), fens (Szporak-Wasilewska et al., 2021) and riparian vegetation (Shendryk et al., 2016;Peerbhay et al., 2021). ...