Category Archives: remote sensing

Adjusting Canopy Height for Slope

n treetop detection, a highest crown return located in the downhill part may prove to be a “false” local maximum that is distant from the true treetop.” Continue reading

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Identifying Tree Crowns

The segmentation method may extend its applications to any data of topological nature or data that has a topological equivalent. Continue reading

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Geiger-mode Webinar

Register now so that you can understand the implications of this breakthrough technology. Continue reading

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Lidar Used to Measure Melting Ice Sheets

A hundred years from now, humans may remember 2014 as the year that we first learned that we may have irreversibly destabilized the great ice sheet of West Antarctica, Continue reading

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Learn About Geiger-mode Lidar

Mark Romano, one of the true lidar industry pioneers will provide you with an important introduction to this exciting technology. Continue reading

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Searching for an Ancient Civilization

The UK-led project is trying to determine how big these communities were, and to what degree they altered the landscape. Continue reading

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Multiple Benefits of Lidar

the forest structure affects how well that habitat would serve different animals, and laser scanning provides us with a method for studying this structure Continue reading

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Using Lidar to Understand Vantage Point

Now you get a look from the perspective of a raptor sitting on a power line and if that makes it scarier for the prey down on the ground using shrubs for cover. Continue reading

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NOAA – CREST Atmospheric Lidar Network

has been operating to observe aerosol vertical distribution in the eastern United States for more than eight years. Continue reading

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Weighing Trees with Lidar

The study authors believe it could be used in monitoring carbon stocks for climate policy. Continue reading

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