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RSPSoc2017 SESSION 8A

Light and LiDAR

Friday 8 Sept @ 10:50-12:00

Location: Theatre 1.31

Session Chair: Maria Bayaraa

 

Improved capability for processing full waveform LiDAR data within the Sorted Pulse Data Library (SPDLib)

Daniel Clewley1, Peter Bunting2

1Plymouth Marine Laboratory, United Kingdom; 2Aberystwyth University, United Kingdom

 

Modelling forest structure integrating airborne LiDAR and satellite radar data

Mariano Garcia1,2, Sassan Saatchi2, Heiko Balzter1,3

1University of Leicester, United Kingdom; 2Jet Propulsion Laboratory, USA; 3National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO), United Kingdom

 

Comparing LiDAR data and the normalized burn ratio for burn severity mapping

Timothy Andrew Warner1, Nicholas S. Skowronski2, Michael R. Gallagher2

1West Virginia University, USA; 2USDA Forest Service, USA

 

Assessment of light pollution impact on protected areas in China using nighttime light imagery

Wei Jiang, Guojin He

Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, China

 

 

Please note, all oral presentations should be no more than 15 minutes in length

 

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