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Karen Joyce
Karen Joyce
Associate Professor - Remote Sensing and Spatial Science, James Cook University
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A review of the status of satellite remote sensing and image processing techniques for mapping natural hazards and disasters
KE Joyce, SE Belliss, SV Samsonov, SJ McNeill, PJ Glassey
Progress in physical geography 33 (2), 183-207, 2009
5942009
Multi-site evaluation of IKONOS data for classification of tropical coral reef environments
S Andréfouët, P Kramer, D Torres-Pulliza, KE Joyce, EJ Hochberg, ...
Remote sensing of environment 88 (1-2), 128-143, 2003
4632003
Principles and practice of acquiring drone-based image data in marine environments
KE Joyce, S Duce, SM Leahy, J Leon, SW Maier
Marine and Freshwater Research 70 (7), 952-963, 2018
2032018
Mangrove species identification: Comparing WorldView-2 with aerial photographs
MK Heenkenda, KE Joyce, SW Maier, R Bartolo
Remote Sensing 6 (7), 6064-6088, 2014
1322014
Monitoring mangrove forests: Are we taking full advantage of technology?
NY Cárdenas, KE Joyce, SW Maier
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 63, 1-14, 2017
1082017
Spectral unmixing of coral reef benthos under ideal conditions
JD Hedley, PJ Mumby, KE Joyce, SR Phinn
Coral Reefs 23, 60-73, 2004
992004
Remote sensing and the disaster management cycle
KE Joyce, KC Wright, SV Samsonov, VG Ambrosia
Advances in geoscience and remote sensing 48 (7), 317-346, 2009
962009
A method for automatic generation of the Recreation Opportunity Spectrum in New Zealand
K Joyce, S Sutton
Applied Geography 29 (3), 409-418, 2009
852009
Mapping and monitoring geological hazards using optical, LiDAR, and synthetic aperture RADAR image data
KE Joyce, SV Samsonov, SR Levick, J Engelbrecht, S Belliss
Natural hazards 73, 137-163, 2014
772014
Hyperspectral analysis of chlorophyll content and photosynthetic capacity of coral reef substrates
KE Joyce, SR Phinn
Limnology and Oceanography 48 (1part2), 489-496, 2003
692003
Climate‐driven changes to ocean circulation and their inferred impacts on marine dispersal patterns
LJ Wilson, CJ Fulton, AMC Hogg, KE Joyce, BTM Radford, CI Fraser
Global ecology and biogeography 25 (8), 923-939, 2016
682016
Living up to the hype of hyperspectral aquatic remote sensing: science, resources and outlook
HM Dierssen, SG Ackleson, KE Joyce, EL Hestir, A Castagna, S Lavender, ...
Frontiers in Environmental Science 9, 649528, 2021
672021
Combining Landsat ETM+ and Reef Check classifications for mapping coral reefs: a critical assessment from the southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia
KE Joyce, SR Phinn, CM Roelfsema, DT Neil, WC Dennison
Coral Reefs 23, 21-25, 2004
672004
Remote sensing data types and techniques for lahar path detection: A case study at Mt Ruapehu, New Zealand
KE Joyce, S Samsonov, V Manville, R Jongens, A Graettinger, SJ Cronin
Remote Sensing of Environment 113 (8), 1778-1786, 2009
572009
Quantifying mangrove chlorophyll from high spatial resolution imagery
MK Heenkenda, KE Joyce, SW Maier, S de Bruin
ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 108, 234-244, 2015
562015
Evaluation of benthic survey techniques for validating remotely sensed images of coral reefs
CM Roelfsema, KE Joyce, SR Phinn
Japanese Coral Reef Society, 2004
502004
Going batty: The challenges and opportunities of using drones to monitor the behaviour and habitat use of rays
S Oleksyn, L Tosetto, V Raoult, KE Joyce, JE Williamson
Drones 5 (1), 12, 2021
492021
Automating drone image processing to map coral reef substrates using google earth engine
MK Bennett, N Younes, K Joyce
Drones 4 (3), 50, 2020
492020
Mapping coral reef benthos, substrates, and bathymetry, using compact airborne spectrographic imager (CASI) data
IA Leiper, SR Phinn, CM Roelfsema, KE Joyce, AG Dekker
Remote Sensing 6 (7), 6423-6445, 2014
482014
Live coral cover index testing and application with hyperspectral airborne image data
KE Joyce, SR Phinn, CM Roelfsema
Remote Sensing 5 (11), 6116-6137, 2013
432013
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