Sarah Hamylton
Sarah Hamylton
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Coral reef habitat mapping: A combination of object-based image analysis and ecological modelling
C Roelfsema, E Kovacs, JC Ortiz, NH Wolff, D Callaghan, M Wettle, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 208, 27-41, 2018
Derivation of high-resolution bathymetry from multispectral satellite imagery: A comparison of empirical and optimisation methods through geographical error analysis
SM Hamylton, JD Hedley, RJ Beaman
Remote Sensing 7 (12), 16257-16273, 2015
Interdependency of tropical marine ecosystems in response to climate change
MI Saunders, JX Leon, DP Callaghan, CM Roelfsema, S Hamylton, ...
Nature Climate Change 4 (8), 724-729, 2014
Community calcification in Lizard Island, great barrier reef: a 33 year perspective
J Silverman, K Schneider, DI Kline, T Rivlin, A Rivlin, S Hamylton, B Lazar, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 144, 72-81, 2014
Filling the ‘white ribbon’–a multisource seamless digital elevation model for Lizard Island, northern Great Barrier Reef
JX Leon, SR Phinn, S Hamylton, MI Saunders
International Journal of Remote Sensing 34 (18), 6337-6354, 2013
Mapping coral reef environments: A review of historical methods, recent advances and future opportunities
SM Hamylton
Progress in Physical Geography 41 (6), 803-833, 2017
A geospatial assessment of the relationship between reef flat community calcium carbonate production and wave energy
SM Hamylton, A Pescud, JX Leon, DP Callaghan
Coral Reefs 32 (4), 1025-1039, 2013
Evaluating techniques for mapping island vegetation from unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) images: Pixel classification, visual interpretation and machine learning approaches
SM Hamylton, RH Morris, RC Carvalho, N Roder, P Barlow, K Mills, ...
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 89, 102085, 2020
Spatial analysis of coastal environments
SM Hamylton
Cambridge University Press, 2017
Simulating reef response to sea-level rise at Lizard Island: A geospatial approach
SM Hamylton, JX Leon, MI Saunders, CD Woodroffe
Geomorphology 222, 151-161, 2014
A morphometric assessment and classification of coral reef spur and groove morphology
S Duce, A Vila-Concejo, SM Hamylton, JM Webster, E Bruce, RJ Beaman
Geomorphology 265, 68-83, 2016
Estimating the coverage of coral reef benthic communities from airborne hyperspectral remote sensing data: multiple discriminant function analysis and linear spectral unmixing
S Hamylton
International journal of remote sensing 32 (24), 9673-9690, 2011
Steps to improve gender diversity in coastal geoscience and engineering
A Vila-Concejo, SL Gallop, SM Hamylton, LS Esteves, KR Bryan, ...
Palgrave Communications 4 (1), 1-9, 2018
High coral cover on a mesophotic, subtropical island platform at the limits of coral reef growth
M Linklater, AG Carroll, SM Hamylton, AR Jordan, BP Brooke, SL Nichol, ...
Continental shelf research 130, 34-46, 2016
Spatial and temporal variation in reef-scale carbonate storage of large benthic foraminifera: a case study on One Tree Reef
SS Doo, S Hamylton, J Finfer, M Byrne
Coral Reefs 36 (1), 293-303, 2017
Reef-scale assessment of intertidal large benthic foraminifera populations on One Tree Island, Great Barrier Reef and their future carbonate production potential in a warming ocean
SS Doo, S Hamylton, M Byrne
A geospatial appraisal of ecological and geomorphic change on Diego Garcia atoll, Chagos Islands (British Indian Ocean Territory)
S Hamylton, H East
Remote Sensing 4 (11), 3444-3461, 2012
Assessing reef-island shoreline change using UAV-derived orthomosaics and digital surface models
MK Lowe, FAF Adnan, SM Hamylton, RC Carvalho, CD Woodroffe
Drones 3 (2), 44, 2019
Estimating regional coral reef calcium carbonate production from remotely sensed seafloor maps
SM Hamylton, S Duce, A Vila-Concejo, CM Roelfsema, SR Phinn, ...
Remote sensing of environment 201, 88-98, 2017
Abrupt transitions between macrobenthic faunal assemblages across seagrass bed margins
RSK Barnes, S Hamylton
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 131, 213-223, 2013
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