Head of Remote Sensing
Chloe joined 2Excel Geo is 2017 after completing her PhD and now takes up the position as Head of Remote Sensing. During her PhD at the University of Leicester, Chloe specialised in the assessment of tree health using remote sensing techniques. In particular her research focused on the application of LiDAR and multispectral imagery for the assessment of Phytophthora ramorum in plantation Larch and Acute Oak Decline in mature broadleaved woodland. Chloe has continued operational focused research in tree health assessment at 2Excel geo, taking advantage of the companies’ airborne hyperspectral capabilities.
Barnes (2019) Remote Sensing Technologies for the Management of Tree Pests and Diseases. Quarterly Journal of Forestry. 113 (2).
Barnes, C., Balzter, H., Barrett, K., Eddy, J., Milner, S. and Suárez, J.C., 2017. Airborne laser scanning and tree crown fragmentation metrics for the assessment of Phytophthora ramorum infected larch forest stands. Forest ecology and management, 404, pp.294-305.
Barnes, C., Balzter, H., Barrett, K., Eddy, J., Milner, S. and Suárez, J., 2017. Individual tree crown delineation from airborne laser scanning for diseased larch forest stands. Remote Sensing, 9(3), p.231.
Ningthoujam, R.K.; Balzter, H.; Tansey, K.; Morrison, K.; Johnson, S.C.; Gerard, F.; George, C.; Malhi, Y.; Burbidge, G.; Doody, S.; Veck, N.; Llewellyn, G.M.; Blythe, T.; Rodriguez-Veiga, P.; Van Beijma, S.; Spies, B.; Barnes, C.; Padilla-Parellada, M.; Wheeler, J.E.; Louis, V.; Potter, T.; Edwards-Smith, A.; Bermejo, J.P. Airborne S-Band SAR for Forest Biophysical Retrieval in Temperate Mixed Forests of the UK. Remote Sens. 2016, 8, 609.