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The bony surfaces of 18 archaeological hemipelves were scanned using a 3D laser surface scanner and CyDir software on a Silicon Graphics workstation. The acetabular area was selected and point data from the approximately spherical bone surface saved. These data were input to a MATLAB routine that calculated the radius and centre of the best-fit sphere. The(More)
The main limitation in the application of spaceborne SAR to large-scale forest biomass mapping is the variability in canopy structure and vegetation density. Polarimetric SAR interferometry (PolInSAR) potentially offers a means of improving SAR-based estimates of forest biomass by quantifying canopy structural variability. The polarisation information is(More)
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