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Will commenced his ARC DECRA fellowship at UQ in 2019. The research aims to bridge scales for remotely sensing dynamic vegetation productivity and health. Will is the Principle Investigator of the CSIRO/TERN-OzFlux Tumbarumba tall forest research site. Now in its 20th year it is one of Australia’s longest continuously running flux tower sites and rated equal second globally for verification of environmental satellite products [1]. Previously Will held the position of Research Scientist at CSIRO, after commencing as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in 2015.

Will has experience with a range of passive and active remote sensing technologies including combining LiDAR, optical- and thermal-imagery for estimating vegetation structure and function. His current research focuses on scaling observations of sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence (SIF) from leaf to canopy scales at flux tower sites.

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[1] Camacho, F., Román, M.O., Nickeson, J., Göttsche, F.-M., Ducanson, L., Sanchez-Azofeifa, G.A., Woodgate, W., Karan, M., Descalzo, L.d.l.M., & Monzo, C.D. (2018). Proposition of CEOS LPV Super Sites for Validation of Biophysical Satellite Products. Paper presented at the ESA LPVE - Land Product Validation and Evolution 2018, ESA/ESRIN, Frascati, Italy. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.10375.50087