Tim Malthus
Tim Malthus
Senior Principal Research Scientist, Coasts and Ocean Systems Program, CSIRO Environment
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Intercalibration of vegetation indices from different sensor systems
MD Steven, TJ Malthus, F Baret, H Xu, MJ Chopping
Remote Sensing of Environment 88 (4), 412-422, 2003
High-spectral resolution data for determining leaf water content
FM Danson, MD Steven, TJ Malthus, JA Clark
International Journal of Remote Sensing 13 (3), 461-470, 1992
The empirical line method for the atmospheric correction of IKONOS imagery
E Karpouzli, T Malthus
International Journal of Remote Sensing 24 (5), 1143-1150, 2003
High resolution spectroradiometry: spectral reflectance of field bean leaves infected by Botrytis fabae
TJ Malthus, AC Madeira
Remote Sensing of Environment 45 (1), 107-116, 1993
Assessing forest structural and physiological information content of multi-spectral LiDAR waveforms by radiative transfer modelling
F Morsdorf, C Nichol, T Malthus, IH Woodhouse
Remote Sensing of Environment 113 (10), 2152-2163, 2009
Remote sensing of the coastal zone: an overview and priorities for future research
TJ Malthus, PJ Mumby
Taylor & Francis Group 24 (13), 2805-2815, 2003
Imaging spectrometry of water
AG Dekker, VE Brando, JM Anstee, N Pinnel, T Kutser, EJ Hoogenboom, ...
Imaging spectrometry: Basic principles and prospective applications, 307-359, 2001
Assessing the effects of site heterogeneity and soil properties when unmixing photosynthetic vegetation, non-photosynthetic vegetation and bare soil fractions from Landsat and …
JP Guerschman, PF Scarth, TR McVicar, LJ Renzullo, TJ Malthus, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 161, 12-26, 2015
Quantitative modeling of inland water quality for high-resolution MSS systems
AG Dekker, TJ Malthus, E Seyhan
IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 29 (1), 89-95, 1991
Remote sensing of seagrass ecosystems: use of spaceborne and airborne sensors
A Dekker, V Brando, J Anstee, S Fyfe, T Malthus, E Karpouzli
Seagrasses: Biology, Ecologyand Conservation, 347-359, 2006
The effect of spectral bandwidth and positioning on the spectral signature analysis of inland waters
AG Decker, TJ Malthus, MM Wijnen, E Seyhan
Remote Sensing of Environment 41 (2-3), 211-225, 1992
A multispectral canopy LiDAR demonstrator project
IH Woodhouse, C Nichol, P Sinclair, J Jack, F Morsdorf, TJ Malthus, ...
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters 8 (5), 839-843, 2011
Airborne remote sensing of macrophytes in Cefni Reservoir, Anglesey, UK
TJ Malthus, DG George
Aquatic Botany 58 (3-4), 317-332, 1997
LiDAR mapping of canopy gaps in continuous cover forests: A comparison of canopy height model and point cloud based techniques
R Gaulton, TJ Malthus
International Journal of Remote Sensing 31 (5), 1193-1211, 2010
Evaluation of an improved version of SAIL model for simulating bidirectional reflectance of sugar beet canopies
B Andrieu, F Baret, S Jacquemoud, T Malthus, M Steven
Remote sensing of environment 60 (3), 247-257, 1997
Landsat 8: Providing continuity and increased precision for measuring multi-decadal time series of total suspended matter
L Lymburner, E Botha, E Hestir, J Anstee, S Sagar, A Dekker, T Malthus
Remote Sensing of Environment 185, 108-118, 2016
Hyperspectral discrimination of coral reef benthic communities in the western Caribbean
E Karpouzli, TJ Malthus, CJ Place
Coral Reefs 23, 141-151, 2004
Remote sensing as a tool for assessing water quality in Loosdrecht lakes
AG Dekker, TJ Malthus, MM Wijnen, E Seyhan
Hydrobiologia 233, 137-159, 1992
Application of Landsat‐7 satellite data and a DEM for the quantification of thermokarst‐affected terrain types in the periglacial Lena–Anabar coastal lowland
G Grosse, L Schirrmeister, TJ Malthus
Polar Research 25 (1), 51-67, 2006
The relation between inherent optical properties and reflectance spectra in turbid inland waters
AG Dekker, HJ Hoogenboom, LM Goddijn, TJM Malthus
Remote Sensing Reviews 15 (1-4), 59-74, 1997
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