A collection of Australian earth observation resources
Phinn, S.R., A. Held, T. Danaher and C.M. Roelfsema (2008). Australia’s Environmental Monitoring Information Needs for a Multi-spectral, Moderate Spatial Resolution Imaging Satellite Program. 14th Austral Asian Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Conference, Darwin, Surveying and Spatial Sciences Institute of Australia.
Phinn, S.R., A. Held and A. Lewis (2012). Australia's Earth observation Science Capabilities: Building & Sustaining a Critical Resource. XXII Congress of the International Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Society, Melbourne, ISPRS.
Assessments, Studies & Plans
AAS and AATSE (2009). An Australian Strategic Plan for Earth Observation from Space. Canberra.
AAS and AATSE (2009). Decadal Plan for Australian Space Science 2010-2019. Canberra.
ACIL-Tasman (2010). Economic Value of Earth Observation from Space. Canberra.
ACIL (2008). The Value of Spatial Information: The impact of modern spatial information technologies on the Australian economy. CRC Spatial Information, ANZLIC- The Spatial Information Council. Melbourne, Australia: 171.
- ACIL Allen Consulting (2015). The Value of Earth Observations from Space to Australia.
Australian-Government-Environmental-Information-Advisory-Group (2012). Statement of Australian Government Requirements for Environmental Information. Canberra.
Australian-Government (2008). Lost in Space? Setting a new direction for Australia's space science and industry sector. Senate Standing Committee on Economics Report. Canberra.
Australian-Government (2009). Climate Change Risks to Australia's Coasts. Canberra.
Australian-Government (2010). Adapting to Climate Change in Australia—An Australian Government Position Paper. Canberra.
Australian-Government (2014). The State of Space Report: Australian Government Space Coordination Committee 2014. Please provide any feedback on the content and/or the process to email@example.com.
Australian-State-of-the-Environment-Committee (2011). Australia State of the Environment 2011 (SoE 2011) Canberra, Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities.
Geoscience Australia (2011). Continuity of Earth Observation Data for Australia: Operational Requirements to 2015 for Lands, Coasts and Oceans (CEODA-Ops) Canberra.
CRCSI (2013). Australia and SAR: A Road Map. Canberra.
CRCSI (2014). Australian Strategic Plan for GNSS. Canberra.
CRCSI (2017). Earth Observation: Data, Processing and Applications. Volume 1: Data. CRCSI, Melbourne.
CRCSI and CTG Consulting (2012). Robust Imaging from Space - Satellite SAR (Synthetic Aperture Radar). Canberra.
CSIRO (2012). Continuity of Earth Observation Data for Australia: Research and Development Dependencies to 2020 (2012, CEODA-R&D) G. Australia. Canberra.
Symbios Communications (2015). Risks of Data Supply of Earth Observations from Space for Australia.
Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network, the Ecological Society of Australia, and the Australian Academy of Science’s National Committee for Ecology, Evolution and Conservation (2014).
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