Variation patterns of plant composition/diversity in Dacrydium pectinatum communities and their driving factors in a biodiversity hotspot on Hainan Island, China
Tree Height Measurements in Degraded Tropical Forests Based on UAV-LiDAR Data of Different Point Cloud Densities: A Case Study on Dacrydium pierrei in China
Tropical forest degradation is a major contributor to greenhouse gas emissions. Tree height can be used as an important predictor of forest growth, and yield models can provide basic data for forest…
Modeling and estimating aboveground biomass of Dacrydium pierrei in China using machine learning with climate change.
Estimating crown width in degraded forest: A two-level nonlinear mixed-effects crown width model for Dacrydium pierrei and Podocarpus imbricatus in tropical China
Evaluating soil nutrients of Dacrydium pectinatum in China using machine learning techniques
The accurate estimation of soil nutrient content is particularly important in view of its impact on plant growth and forest regeneration. In order to investigate soil nutrient content and quality for…
A classifier-combined method based on D-S evidence theory for the land cover classification of the Tibetan Plateau
- Shuang Hao, Yongfu Chen, Bo Hu, Yuhuan Cui
- Environmental ScienceEnvironmental science and pollution research…
- 28 November 2020
It is revealed that more classifiers fused together to make a combined classifiers did not result in the combined classifier’s accuracy being higher than those of the original classifiers.
Effects of vegetation restoration on soil nutrients, plant diversity, and its spatiotemporal heterogeneity in a desert–oasis ecotone
- Chunyan Wu, Lei Deng, Chunbo Huang, Yongfu Chen, C. Peng
- GeographyLand Degradation and Development
- 8 June 2020
Vegetation restoration has been proposed as an effective measure for rehabilitating degraded land and slowing desertification in arid regions. However, the spatial variation in soil quality and plant…
Effects of biotic/abiotic factors on the seedling regeneration of Dacrydium pectinatum formations in tropical montane forests on Hainan Island, China
Comparison of Modeling Algorithms for Forest Canopy Structures Based on UAV-LiDAR: A Case Study in Tropical China
Knowledge of forest structure is vital for sustainable forest management decisions. Terrestrial laser scanning cannot describe the canopy trees in a large area, and it is unclear whether unmanned…
Identifying the patterns of changes in α‐ and β‐diversity across Dacrydium pectinatum communities in Hainan Island, China
The α‐ and β‐diversity patterns of the D. pectinatum community are mainly related to habitat filtering, especially in high‐elevation areas, and the colonization history of various regions also affects the formation of diversity patterns.