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This study assessed the utility of hyperspectral imagery in discriminating remnant tree species and stand regeneration stages in Southeast Queensland, Australia. Reflectance data of three species of woody vegetation (i.e. Eucalyptus populnea, Acacia pendula and Eucalyptus orgadophila), acquired using a HyMapTM airborne system, were analysed using partial least squares (PLS) regression. Three groups of E. orgadophila species, representing stand regeneration status, were also evaluated. Fordoi:10.1109/whispers.2009.5288981 dblp:conf/whispers/ApanPM09 fatcat:csmomzcjgzeaxgsr25ij5f4tqu