LIDAR explains diversity of plants, fungi, lichens and bryophytes across multiple habitats and large geographic extent

@article{Moeslund2019LIDARED,
  title={LIDAR explains diversity of plants, fungi, lichens and bryophytes across multiple habitats and large geographic extent},
  author={J. Moeslund and A. Zlinszky and R. Ejrn{\ae}s and Ane Kirstine Brunbjerg and P. K. B{\o}cher and J. Svenning and S. Normand},
  journal={bioRxiv},
  year={2019}
}
Effective planning and nature management require spatially accurate and comprehensive measures of the factors important for biodiversity. Light detection and ranging (LIDAR also known as light radar) can provide exactly this, and is hereby a promising technology to support future nature management and related applications. However, until now studies evaluating the potential of LIDAR for this field have been highly limited in scope. Here, we assess the potential of LIDAR to estimate the local… Expand
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