Dr Jacqueline Rosette
Royal Society Research Fellow
Telephone: (01792) 602810
Room: Academic Office - 246A
Second Floor
Wallace Building
Singleton Campus

Areas of Expertise

  • The use of large and small footprint LiDAR sensors for forest parameter assessment and inventory
  • LiDAR simulation using the FLIGHT radiative transfer model to explore the effect of sensor specifications and surface characteristics on the ability to estimate vegetation parameters
  • Investigating the prospects of the emerging technology of single-photon/photon-counting LiDAR for vegetation analysis from both airborne and spaceborne platforms


  1. & Structure from Motion Photogrammetry in Forestry: a Review. Current Forestry Reports
  2. & Slope Estimation from ICESat/GLAS. Remote Sensing 6(10), 10051-10069.
  3. The importance of spatial detail: Assessing the utility of individual crown information and scaling approaches for lidar-based biomass density estimation. Remote Sensing of Environment 168, 102-112.
  4. & The uncertainty of biomass estimates from modeled ICESat-2 returns across a boreal forest gradient. Remote Sensing of Environment 158, 95-109.

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  • Remote Sensing to Assess and Monitor Forest Condition (current)

    Student name:
    Other supervisor: Prof Peter North
  • Quantitative estimation of vegetation traits and temporal dynamics using 3-D radiative transfer models, high-resolution hyperspectral images and satellite imagery (current)

    Student name:
    Other supervisor: Prof Peter North