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Thesis

Linking spectral signals with novel photosynthetic parameters from the leaf to the canopy

 Rhys Wyber

 

Thesis Report

 PhD candidate at the University of Wollongong working on using LIFT (Light Induced Fluorescence Transience) for use in automated and remote sensing of plant photosynthetic activity. I operate a number of fixed and rotary-wing UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) in my spare time for aerial photography. The eventual goal is to use UAVs to take LIFT measurements over large areas (crops and forest canopies).

 

Three Minute Thesis Video

 

 

 Introduction to LIFT

 

 

 

Linking spectral signals with novel photosynthetic parameters from the leaf to the canopy

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Rhys Wyber

PhD candidate at the University of Wollongong working on using LIFT (Light Induced Fluorescence Transience) for use in automated and remote sensing of plant photosynthetic activity. I operate a number of fixed and rotary-wing UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) in my spare time for aerial photography. The eventual goal is to use UAVs to take LIFT measurements over large areas (crops and forest canopies).

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