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Phinn R Stuart
Prof. Phinn is a geographer who uses satellite and airborne imaging systems to develop approaches for mapping, measuring and monitoring changes in the earth’s environments. His main contributions have been: the development of a procedure for monitoring and management of coastal, urban and wetland environments using remotely sensed data sets; establishing the largest government linked cooperative remote sensing research centre in Australia,and producing the highest qualityresearch students.
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Professor of Geography
University of Queensland
Geography, Planning and Environmental Management
Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network
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May 12, 2015
Impacts of sea level rise and climate change on coastal plant species in the central California coast
Kendra L. Garner, Michelle Y. Chang, Matthew T. Fulda, Jonathan A. Berlin, Rachel E. Freed, Melissa M. Soo-Hoo, Dave L. Revell, Makihiko Ikegami, Lorraine E. Flint, Alan L. Flint, Bruce E. Kendall