Rakshya Shrestha

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Interest in belowground plant growth is increasing, especially in relation to arguments that shallow-rooted cultivars are efficient at exploiting soil phosphorus while deep-rooted ones will access water at depth. However, methods for assessing roots in large numbers of plants are diverse and direct comparisons of methods are rare. Three methods for(More)
Low-height vegetation, common in semiarid regions, is difficult to characterize with airborne LiDAR (light detection and ranging) due to the similarities, in time and space, of the point returns of vegetation and ground. Other complications may occur due to the lowheight vegetation structural characteristics and the effects of terrain slope. This research(More)
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