IMAGE GALLERY

(for best viewing double-click main image)

Images from flights can be viewed in the Flight Gallery

Mangroves in the mudflats around the Albert River near Burketown, Queensland, as mapped by the ARA/AWI
Tri-Spectral Scanner
Lidar images from Port Hedland, Western Australia and Melbourne, Victoria.
The "Sphinx" is an abandoned brikett factory near Port Hedland (it has been dismantled by now).
Lidar images from Turtle Reef, Kimberley Coast,
Western Australia
Lidar, hyperspectral and tri-spectral images of Montgomery Reef, Kimberley Coast, Western Australia
Lidar images of the Salisbury Tip, a collection of trees and trees in water, a plantation with netting and hyperspectral image of Hamelin Pool and Faure Sill in Western Australia.
Note: The image of the coast of Hamelin Pool is 60km long (from bottom to top) and radiometric corrections have not been applied yet.
Images of the 2017 ARA Desk Top Calendar
at full resolution.
To download, click the main image,
then right-click and select "Save Image".
If you use these images, please reference their source.
 
Images of the 2018 ARA Desk Top Calendar
at full resolution.
To download, click the main image,
then right-click and select "Save Image".
If you use these images, please reference their source.
Images of the 2019 ARA Desk Top Calendar
at full resolution.
To download, click the main image,
then right-click and select "Save Image".
If you use these images, please reference their source.
 
 

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Airborne Research Australia

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CONTACT US

OUR MAIN SPONSORS

Hackett Foundation Adelaide

Australian Research Council

Sir Ross and Sir Keith Smith Fund

Joyce and Don Schultz

Flinders University

For information:

info@airborneresearch.org.au

Director:      Andrew J. McGrath

Chief Scientist:   Jorg M. Hacker

LINKS  & THINGS

ARA is a member of:

   EUFAR

European Facility for

Airborne Research

 

  NAERS

Network of Airborne Environmental Research Scientists

  
... probing the environment using the least intrusive
                         and most cost-efficient technologies ...
  

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