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Linda is a PhD candidate at the Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods (RIEL) and the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO). Her research aims to improve local tree carbon models in the north Australian savanna using remote sensing technology. Prior to her PhD research, Linda engaged in a variety of environmental science fields, including weed ecology, molecular biology, plant pathology and ag science. Now combining her interests in ecology and remote sensing technology, she aims to establish herself in the exciting niche of LiDAR remote sensing for ecological applications. Linda holds a Batchelor of Environmental Science with First Class Honours from Charles Darwin University.
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Project: HDR Project › PhD
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Exploring the variability of tropical savanna tree structural allometry with terrestrial laser scanningLuck, L., Hutley, L. B., Calders, K. & Levick, S. R., 1 Dec 2020, In: Remote Sensing. 12, 23, p. 1-16 16 p., 3893.
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Residual herbicide treatments reduce Andropogon gayanus (Gamba Grass) recruitment for mine site restoration in northern AustraliaLuck, L., Bellairs, S. M. & Rossiter-Rachor, N. A., Sep 2019, In: Ecological Management and Restoration. 20, 3, p. 214-221 8 p.
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Controlling the soil seedbank of the invasive grass Andropogon gayanus (gamba) for mine site restoration in the Australian tropical savannaAuthor: Luck, L., 2017
Student thesis: Other thesis - CDUFile