Alisa Starkey (nee Eustace), Director, Ozius Spatial has published or contributed to the following scientific papers on Remote Sensing techniques and applications:

Eustace A.H, Pringle, M.J, and Denham, R.J. 2011. A risk map for gully locations in central Queensland, Australia. European Journal of Soil Science. 62 (3), pp. 431-441.

Eustace, A.H., Pringle, M., Witte, C. 2009. Give me the dirt: Detection of gully extent and volume using high-resolution LiDAR. In: Jones, S. and Reinke, K. (Eds.), Innovations in Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry, Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 255 – 269.

Eustace, A.H, Witte, C., Carey, B. 2007. Evaluating Airborne Laser Scanning for gully erosion detection and baseline mapping in the Fitzroy Catchment, QLD, Australia. In: Casalí, J. and Giménez, R. (Eds.), Progress in Gully Erosion Research, Universidad Publica de Navarra, pp. 46 – 47.

Wilson, P., Gregory, L., Herklots, A., Starkey, A. 2014. Mapping soil digitally with object based image analysis to improve soil map inputs to digital soil mapping. In: D. Arrouays, N. McKenzie, J. Hempel, A. Richer de Forges, A.B. McBratney (Eds.) GlobalSoilMap: basis of the global spatial soil information system, pp.301-306.

Gill, T.K., Collett, L., Armston, J.D., Eustace, A., Danaher, T., Scarth, P., Flood, N., and Phinn, S. 2010. Geometric correction and accuracy assessment of Landsat-7 ETM+ and Landsat-5 TM imagery used for vegetation cover monitoring in Queensland, Australia from 1988 to 2007. Journal of Spatial Science. 55(2):273-287.

Department of Natural Resources and Mines (2005). Land cover change in Queensland 2001–2003, incorporating 2001–2002 and 2002–2003 change periods: a Statewide Land- cover and Trees Study (SLATS) report, Feb, 2005. Department of Natural Resources and Mines, Brisbane.


Environmental Institute of Australia and New Zealand. Growing Offsets in Queensland Forum. 9 August 2012 – Tim O’Donnell and Alisa Starkey. Title: Where are all the trees and which ones do we want? (Accessed 26.04.2013)

Trimble and 1Spatial’s iMapGeo. 30 August 2012. Alisa Starkey. Title: Landscape analysis using very high-resolution satellite imagery and Geographic Object-based Image Analysis (GEOBIA).

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