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Agricultural data mining and geo-spatial visualisation

This project aims to use data mining and GIS visualisation tools to identify impacts on several major water catchment areas in Western Australia. The computer-based models involved in this project will be used to identify the impact that agriculture has had and will have on the future of water and food production in these multi-use regions of Western Australia.

It is expected that knowledge gained from this research will be applied to developing approaches to assist economic models in population planning in Australia. The science and research approaches applied to these activities are novel and are the topic of two postgraduate research student projects


Researchers

Dr Leisa Armstrong
Dr Neil Dunstan, University of New England
Mr Dean Diepeveen, Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia,
Mr Aiden Sehovic
Mr Yunous Vagh

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