Object-based change detection in wind storm-damaged forest using high-resolution multispectral images

  title={Object-based change detection in wind storm-damaged forest using high-resolution multispectral images},
  author={N. Chehataa and C. Ornya and S. Boukira and D. Guyonc and J. P. Wigneronc},
  • N. Chehataa, C. Ornya, +2 authors J. P. Wigneronc
  • Published 2014
Natural disasters are generally brutal and may affect large areas, which then need to be rapidly mapped to assess the impacts of such events on ecosystems and to prevent related risks. Ground investigations may be complex, whereas remote-sensing techniques enable a fast regional-scale assessment of damage and offer a cost-effective option for large and inaccessible areas. Here, an efficient, quasi-automatic objectbased method for change mapping using high-spatial-resolution (HR) (5–10 m… CONTINUE READING


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