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A strategy to extract information from airborne gamma ray spectrometry for applications in plant-based industries

Pracilio, G., Smettem, K.R.J. and Street, G. (2006) A strategy to extract information from airborne gamma ray spectrometry for applications in plant-based industries. In: ASEG Extended Abstracts 2006: 18th Geophysical Conference, 2 - 8 July, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia pp. 1-3.

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Abstract

Radiometrics is a successful natural resource tool; however technology captive projects of the past need to progress to on-ground decisions. This paper has focussed on developing a strategy to bridge this gap. The data to decision strategy involves a four stage process. (1) Be aware of the strengths and limitations of the technology; (2) match the data to the application, (3) target research with an application focus; and (4) evaluate the value of the geophysical information in decision making. This approach was used to bridge the gap between the gamma radiometric technology and ‘on-ground’ decisions in plant based industries.

Publication Type: Conference Paper
URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/39514
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