Terraluma celebrates first double-degree for doctoral students with Wageningen University

Green pastures ahead for the research of Terraluma member, Gustavo Alckmin, as he will be taking part in a double-degree program. In 2014, the University of Tasmania (UTas) celebrated a cotutelle doctorate agreement with Wageningen University (WUR) in the Netherlands. Such agreement basically allows UTas and WUR students to develop…

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Deepak Gautam recently published an article at American Society of Civil Engineers, Journal of Surveying Engineering

This article compares the position and orientation accuracy of two MEMS-based IMU/GNSS (Advanced Navigation Spatial Dual, and Xsens MTi-G-700). The IMU/GNSS under investigation were mounted along with a FOG-based tactical grade IMU (Novatel SPAN). Ground-based experiments were performed at oval sport field of University of Tasmania to assess the accuracy…

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“Cherry picking” avocados – Upscaling fluorescence measurements of avocado canopies from a cherry picker

Juliane Bendig, Deepak Gautam and Richard Ballard teamed up with Rhys Wyber (PhD candidate, University of Wollongong) to investigate the effect of scaling Laser Induced Fluorescence Transient (LIFT) and Sun-Induced chlorophyll Fluorescence (SIF) measurements from individual leaves to canopy scale. The fieldwork was carried out in an avocado orchard on…

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