Managing Rangelands for Drought Resilience: This project aims to utilise remote sensing techniques with advanced imaged processing approaches (artificial intelligence and machine learning) to improve rangeland mapping, supporting drought resilience and management. In collaboration with Southern Gulf NRM, Charles Darwin University, Ag Excellence Alliance University of Adelaide, Charles Sturt University, Grower Group Alliance University of Western Australia, University of Southern Queensland
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This program received funding from the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund.
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