Ronald Queck

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Meteorological simulation tools to model gas exchange phenomena within forests require well defined information of forest structure (e.g., 3D forest models) as a basis for the computation of the turbulent flow shaped by the drag of the vegetation. The paper describes techniques to obtain 3D data describing forest stands from dense terrestrial laser scanner(More)
Applications of flow models to tall plant canopies are limited, amongst other factors, by the lack of detailed information on vegetation structure. A method is presented to record 3D vegetation structure and make this information applicable to the derivation of turbulence parameters suitable for flow models. The relationship between wind speed, drag(More)
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