Tree-height Measuring Characteristics of Urban Forests by Lidar Data Different in Resolution

@inproceedings{Imai2004TreeheightMC,
  title={Tree-height Measuring Characteristics of Urban Forests by Lidar Data Different in Resolution},
  author={Yasuteru Imai and M. Setojima and Yusuke Yamagishi and Noboru Fujiwara},
  year={2004}
}
Urban forests are important as valuable green resources to give moisture and tranquillity of mind in our living, requiring an efficient control of forest increase/decrease and growth rate. In this study, we conducted tree-height measurements using LIDAR data different in resolution at urban parks in the suburbs of Tokyo, and investigated the measuring characteristics. As a result, for conifers, LIDAR data of high resolution (1 m) of high treetop irradiating probability showed higher measuring… CONTINUE READING

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