Remote sensing of vegetation 3-D structure for biodiversity and habitat: Review and implications for lidar and radar spaceborne missions: VEGETATION 3-D STRUCTURE FOR BIODIVERSITY

@inproceedings{Bergen2009RemoteSO,
  title={Remote sensing of vegetation 3-D structure for biodiversity and habitat: Review and implications for lidar and radar spaceborne missions: VEGETATION 3-D STRUCTURE FOR BIODIVERSITY},
  author={Kathleen M. Bergen and Scott J. Goetz and Ralph O. Dubayah and Geoffrey M. Henebry and Carolyn T. Hunsaker and Marc L. Imhoff and Ross F. Nelson and Geoffrey G. Parker and Volker C. Radeloff},
  year={2009}
}
[1] Biodiversity and habitat face increasing pressures due to human and natural influences that alter vegetation structure. Because of the inherent difficulty of measuring forested vegetation three-dimensional (3-D) structure on the ground, this important component of biodiversity and habitat has been, until recently, largely restricted to local measurements, or at larger scales to generalizations. New lidar and radar remote sensing instruments such as those proposed for spaceborne missions… CONTINUE READING

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