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Claire Krause
I develop remotely sensed agricultural products for Australia. I have a PhD in palaeoclimate and a passion for science and sharing it with everyone.
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Copernicus EU Apr 10
Algal bloom in the northern Caspian Sea Chlorophyll concentration retrieved from yesterday‘s 🇪🇺🛰 OLCI image using (CR2CC processor) The slider below compares the natural colour image with the output of the algorithm
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Geoscience Australia Apr 9
We’ve had a busy couple of days at in talking about the role of technology in our future and the groundbreaking work we’re doing to drive . Discover more:
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Claire Krause Apr 9
Matt Duckham from RMIT presenting on the importance of explanations, not just data and trends. can do many things, but is still largely a black box when it comes to interpretation of results. We need to develop algorithms that also help explain, not just describe.
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Claire Krause Apr 9
' Alicia Thompson presenting on at . As scientists we are often preoccupied with sharing data that we miss the story and implications of our work. Excellent presentation sharing the importance of to Australians and the next generation.
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Claire Krause Apr 9
Absolutely mind blowing project presented by Brenton Ray from NSW state gov on the development of a for NSW. Truly 4D data that allows you to explore above and below the surface to see the interaction of datasets. So excited to see how this evolves
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Claire Krause Apr 8
Graham Hammond from at : when users of elevation data were surveyed, only 3% found out about the existence of the data at a conference. I think of conferences as an important communications tool, but maybe we need to be more targetted in our outreach?
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Claire Krause Apr 8
Replying to @JHNfu
He's such a good speaker too! I could have listened to him all day.
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Claire Krause Apr 8
Come on down to the stand at and hear about how we are producing and using data to support government, industry and Australians.
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Claire Krause Apr 8
Simon highlighted the need for my generation to have purpose in their work. I am so greatful my job is applied and challenging. I am constantly learning, and genuinely solving problems facing Australians
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Claire Krause Apr 8
Opening address at by John Bradley on in the spatial industry. It's so exciting to hear these discussions taking pride of place at a scientific conference.
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Geoscience Australia Apr 4
to this tape that 15 years ago stored data. The National Computational Infrastructure and commercial cloud now store over 2000 tapes of data, helping organise it into consistent, time-stamped .
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FrontierSI Apr 2
We've launched the first round of EoIs for the with 🛰️ 🙌🛰️Head to to read about it. And come speak to us next week to find out more.
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Geoscience Australia Apr 2
the average colour of is a shade of brown called ‘Millibrook’? At the Conference hosted by , a team of scientists and programmers calculated the average colour over 18 billion pixels. Discover more:
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Matt Norrie Mar 31
Head of the 6-7GL flow on the 10km west of Narrabri! This flow will provide relief to the native fish in their refuge holes & provide S&D flows to landholders. Not sure it’ll make Walgett but the flow is embargoed from extraction for irrigation S324 (as it should be)
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Dr Robbi Bishop-Taylor Apr 1
The Indian Ocean turns red as flooding from spills off Western Australia's imagery captured before and after the cyclone by 's -A and B:
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Dr Robbi Bishop-Taylor Mar 27
Do you use satellites like or to study the coast? You're probably only seeing part of the picture! In our new paper, we show how these satellites often only see a small & biased part of the tide range:
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Geoscience Australia Mar 27
Our work with proved its value this week. Modelling for Karratha and Port Hedland was used to underpin preparations for , ensuring the safety of the community. Read more about the project here
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Belle Mar 21
Happy A striking image from our Water Observations from Space product 😍
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Belle Mar 21
Because I can never get enough of the incredible patterns of 30 years worth of water 💙
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Geoscience Australia Mar 21
Looking between the tides: using 30 yrs of and the rise and fall of tides, has created the National Intertidal Digital Elevation Model. is the first 3D model of intertidal zone, filling a key gap between and data.
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