Hsing-Chung (Michael) Chang
Hsing-Chung (Michael) Chang
Lecurer in Spatial Information Science, Macquarie University
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Mine subsidence monitoring using multi-source satellite SAR images
L Ge, HC Chang, C Rizos
Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 73 (3), 259-266, 2007
Mapping accumulated mine subsidence using small stack of SAR differential interferograms in the Southern coalfield of New South Wales, Australia
AHM Ng, L Ge, Y Yan, X Li, HC Chang, K Zhang, C Rizos
Engineering Geology 115 (1-2), 1-15, 2010
Deformation mapping in three dimensions for underground mining using InSAR–Southern highland coalfield in New South Wales, Australia
AHM Ng, L Ge, K Zhang, HC Chang, X Li, C Rizos, M Omura
International Journal of Remote Sensing 32 (22), 7227-7256, 2011
Assessment of radar interferometry performance for ground subsidence monitoring due to underground mining
AHM Ng, HC Chang, L Ge, C Rizos, M Omura
Earth, Planets and Space 61 (6), 733-745, 2009
Preliminary results of satellite radar differential interferometry for the co-seismic deformation of the 12 May 2008 Ms8. 0 Wenchuan earthquake
L Ge, K Zhang, A Ng, Y Dong, H Chang, C Rizos
Geographic Information Sciences 14 (1), 12-19, 2008
Remote sensing analysis techniques and sensor requirements to support the mapping of illegal domestic waste disposal sites in Queensland, Australia
K Glanville, HC Chang
Remote Sensing 7 (10), 13053-13069, 2015
Detecting myrtle rust (Austropuccinia psidii) on lemon myrtle trees using spectral signatures and machine learning
RHJ Heim, IJ Wright, HC Chang, AJ Carnegie, GS Pegg, EK Lancaster, ...
Plant pathology 67 (5), 1114-1121, 2018
Mapping illegal domestic waste disposal potential to support waste management efforts in Queensland, Australia
K Glanville, HC Chang
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 29 (6), 1042-1058, 2015
Validation of DEMs derived from radar interferometry, airborne laser scanning and photogrammetry by using GPS-RTK
HC Chang, L Ge, C Rizos, T Milne
IGARSS 2004. 2004 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium …, 2004
Estimating the greatest dust storm in eastern Australia with MODIS satellite images
X Li, L Ge, Y Dong, HC Chang
2010 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 1039-1042, 2010
Mine subsidence monitoring: a comparison among Envisat, ERS, and JERS-1
L Ge, HC Chang, C Rizos, M Omura
2004 ENVISAT Symposium, 4-9, 2004
Assessment of solar radiation reduction from urban forests on buildings along highway corridors in Sydney
M Wang, HC Chang, JR Merrick, M Amati
Urban forestry & urban greening 15, 225-235, 2016
Accuracy assessment of GDEM, SRTM, and DLR-SRTM in Northeastern China
Y Dong, HC Chang, W Chen, K Zhang, R Feng
Geocarto International 30 (7), 779-792, 2015
DInSAR for mine subsidence monitoring using multi-source satellite SAR images
HC Chang, L Ge, C Rizos
Proceedings. 2005 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium …, 2005
Integration of GPS, radar interferometry and GIS for ground deformation monitoring
L Ge, HC Chang, V Janssen, C Rizos
Proc. 2003 Int. Symp. on GPS/GNSS, Toyko, Japan, 15-18 November 2003, 465-472, 2003
Hot and bothered? Associations between temperature and crime in Australia
HR Stevens, PJ Beggs, PL Graham, HC Chang
International journal of biometeorology 63 (6), 747-762, 2019
GPS campaigns for validation of InSAR derived DEMs
I Lee, HC Chang, L Ge
Journal of Global Positioning Systems 4 (1-2), 82-87, 2005
A case study of using external DEM in InSAR DEM generation
C Zhou, L Ge, E Dongchen, HC Chang
Wuhan University Journals Press, 2005
Dry lake beds as sources of dust in Australia during the Late Quaternary: A volumetric approach based on lake bed and deflated dune volumes
W Farebrother, PP Hesse, HC Chang, C Jones
Quaternary Science Reviews 161, 81-98, 2017
Impact of ground subsidence on the Beijing–Tianjin high-speed railway as mapped by radar interferometry
L Ge, X Li, H Chang, AH Ng, K Zhang, Z Hu
Annals of GIS 16 (2), 91-102, 2010
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