1. Broich, M, M. Tulbure, J. Verbesselt, Q. Xin, and J. Wearne. (2018) Quantifying Australia’s dryland vegetation response to flooding and drought at sub-continental scale.

• "Rain showers, flowers and floods - Understanding how vegetation responds to flooding and drought in Australia's breadbasket", NASA Landsat Science News (May 29, 2018)

2. Tulbure, M.G. (2017) The impact of land use change and hydroclimatic variability on landscape connectivity dynamics across surface water networks at subcontinental scale. Presented at AGU17

• "Graphing a path to survival: Habitat connectivity in Australia's Murray Darling Basin", NASA Landsat Science News (December 13, 2017)

3. Shendryk, I., M. Broich, M.G. Tulbure & S.V. Alexandrov. (2016).  Bottom-up delineation of individual trees from full-waveform laser scans

• "Forest for the trees: high tech tree accounting", Spatial Resource’s Position Magazine (September 21, 2016)

4. Tulbure M.G, Broich M, Stehman S.V & Kommareddy A (2016). Time series of seasonally continuous LANDSAT data over a semi-arid environment

• “Boom-and-Bust Water Supplies in Southeast Australia: Image of the Day”, NASA Earth Observatory (July 16, 2016)
• “Thirsting for Equitable Water Distribution, Australia turns to Landsat”, NASA Landsat Communications and Public Engagement team, Rocchio, L.E.P (May 25, 2016)
• “Dramatic responses to extreme climate phases”, Australian Energy and Water Exchange Research Initiative, Simon Walker (May 20, 2016)
• “Scientific boost for water management of Murray-Darling Basin”, School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences News, UNSW (June 6, 2016)

5. Heimhuber V., M.G. Tulbure & M. Broich (2016). Modeling spatio-temporal surface water dynamics using time series of Earth observation data

• "Unique river systems demand unique models”, Australian Energy and Water Exchange Research Initiative (June 26, 2016)

6. Broich M, Huete A, Tulbure MG, Ma X, Xin Q, Paget M, Restrepo-Coupe N, Davies K, Devadas R, Held A. (2014) Land surface phenological response to decadal climate variability across Australia using satellite remote sensing

"Australian Phenology Product”, Australian Energy and Water Exchange Research Initiative (April 6, 2015)
​• "Australian Phenology Product”, Terrestrial Ecosystem Research Network (March, 2015)

7. Xin Q, Woodcock C, Broich M, Suyker A & Gong P (2015) Evaluating light use efficiency from MODIS Primary productivity products in the Mid-West United States

• “New Agriculture and Forest Metrology Findings from University of California Described.” Agriculture Week NEWSRX (February 19, 2015)

8. Tulbure M.G, Kininmonth S & Broich M (2014). Dynamics of surface water networks within a global biodiversity hotspot region

•  “Graph theory shows where to conserve”, IOP Publishing Jon Cartwright (January 19, 2015)
•  “Satellite study identifies water bodies important for biodiversity conservation”, Earth Environment News. Deborah Smith (January 28, 2015)
•  “Satellite study identifies water bodies important for biodiversity conservation” Deborah Smith (January 27, 2015)
•  “Satellite study identifies water bodies important for biodiversity conservation.” Deborah Smith (January 27, 2015)

9. Gaveau D, Kshatriya M, Broich M et al. (2013) Reconciling forest conservation and logging in Indonesian Borneo

• “Deforestation” (2013)

10. Potapov P.V, Turubanova S.A, Broich M et al. (2012) Quantifying forest loss in the Democratic Republic of Congo

• “Forest Monitoring in the Congo Basin” Global Forest Atlas. Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies

11. Broich M, Hansen M.C, Stolle F et al. (2011) Analysis of forest cover loss across Sumatra and Kalimantan, Indonesia; exhibiting high spatial and temporal variation

"Tracking forest loss more accurately with Landsat" NASA, Landsat Science News (April 26, 2017)
• “Combined Satellite data shed light on Indonesian deforestation” European Commission, DG Environment News Alert Service (June 9, 2011)
• “Indonesia Borneo and Sumatra lose 9% of forest cover in 8 years” Mongabay News (February 25, 2011) 

12. Johnson W.C, Werner B, Tulbure M.G, et al (2010) Importance of Prairie wetland systems in a changing climate

• “Disappearing Ducks” (February 2, 2010)