Remotely sensed data

Various remote sensing applications (e.g. ASTER, Landsat and MODIS systems) can be very useful for different geoscientific applications. One such use is identifying surface expression of faults by assessing differences in variations in key mineralogical groups or vegetation. Due to time constraints, it was not possible to use remote sensing data in this BA, but their usefulness to identify surface expression of faults will be further explored as part of a CSIRO strategic project (‘Next generation methods and capability for multi-scale cumulative impact assessment and management’ sub-theme ‘Tracer-based improvement of groundwater model conceptualisation and predictability’).

Last updated:
11 July 2017
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Product Finalisation date

6 October 2016