Mapping of snow-damaged trees based on bitemporal airborne LiDAR data

@article{Vastaranta2011MappingOS,
  title={Mapping of snow-damaged trees based on bitemporal airborne LiDAR data},
  author={Mikko Vastaranta and Ilkka Korpela and A. Hovi Uotila and Aarne Hovi and Markus Holopainen},
  journal={European Journal of Forest Research},
  year={2011},
  volume={131},
  pages={1217-1228}
}
The use of multitemporal LiDAR data in forest-monitoring applications has been so far largely unexplored. In this work, we aimed to develop and test a simple method for the detection of snow-induced canopy changes by employing bitemporal LiDAR data acquired in 2006–2010. Our study area was located in southern Finland (62°N, 24°E), where snow-induced damage occurred in 10 permanent Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris)-dominated plots in winter 2009–2010. For the detection of snow-damaged crowns, we… CONTINUE READING

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