22.5.11.4.4 Forest Analysis, Canopy Heights, LiDAR

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Forest. LIDAR. Henning, J.G.[Jason G.], Radtke, P.J.[Philip J.],
Ground-based Laser Imaging for Assessing Three Dimensional Forest Canopy Structure,
PhEngRS(72), No. 12, December 2006, pp. 1349-1358.
WWW Link. 0704
Spatial distributions of plant area, leaf area, tree positions, canopy height, and terrain elevation were generated for a deciduous forest in an exploratory application of high-resolution ground-based laser imaging. BibRef

Hollaus, M., Wagner, W., Eberhöfer, C., Karel, W.,
Accuracy of large-scale canopy heights derived from LiDAR data under operational constraints in a complex alpine environment,
PandRS(60), No. 5, August 2006, pp. 323-338.
Elsevier DOI 0610
Alpine forest; LiDAR; Canopy height; DTM; Forest inventory BibRef

Yu, X.W.[Xiao-Wei], Hyyppä, J.[Juha], Kukko, A.[Antero], Maltamo, M.[Matti], Kaartinen, H.[Harri],
Change Detection Techniques for Canopy Height Growth Measurements Using Airborne Laser Scanner Data,
PhEngRS(72), No. 12, December 2006, pp. 1339-1348.
WWW Link. 0704
The individual tree height growth of Scots pine was estimated from two laser surveys with three different techniques, and the accuracy of the estimation was evaluated with sample trees. BibRef

Rowell, E.[Eric], Seielstad, C.[Carl], Vierling, L.A.[Lee A.], Queen, L.[Lloyd], Shepperd, W.[Wayne],
Using Laser Altimetry-based Segmentation to Refine Automated Tree Identification in Managed Forests of the Black Hills, South Dakota,
PhEngRS(72), No. 12, December 2006, pp. 1379-1388.
WWW Link. 0704
A comparison of landscape segmentation techniques, including using a combination laser based canopy height variance/percent canopy cover classification coupled with smoothing decisions to improve automated stem detection using a variable window-size algorithm. BibRef

Brown, Jr., C.G., Sarabandi, K., Pierce, L.E.,
Model-Based Estimation of Forest Canopy Height in Red and Austrian Pine Stands Using Shuttle Radar Topography Mission and Ancillary Data: A Proof-of-Concept Study,
GeoRS(48), No. 3, March 2010, pp. 1105-1118.
IEEE DOI 1003
See also Validation of the Shuttle Radar Topography Mission Height Data. BibRef

Järnstedt, J., Pekkarinen, A., Tuominen, S., Ginzler, C., Holopainen, M., Viitala, R.,
Forest variable estimation using a high-resolution digital surface model,
PandRS(74), No. 1, November 2012, pp. 78-84.
Elsevier DOI 1212
Photogrammetric surface model; Canopy height model; Airborne laser scanning; Forest inventory BibRef

Wolf, J., Fricker, G., Meyer, V., Hubbell, S., Gillespie, T., Saatchi, S.,
Plant Species Richness is Associated with Canopy Height and Topography in a Neotropical Forest,
RS(4), No. 12, December 2012, pp. 4010-4021.
DOI Link 1211
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Cartus, O., Kellndorfer, J., Rombach, M., Walker, W.,
Mapping Canopy Height and Growing Stock Volume Using Airborne Lidar, ALOS PALSAR and Landsat ETM+,
RS(4), No. 11, November 2012, pp. 3320-3345.
DOI Link 1211
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Hayashi, M.[Masato], Saigusa, N.[Nobuko], Oguma, H.[Hiroyuki], Yamagata, Y.[Yoshiki],
Forest canopy height estimation using ICESat/GLAS data and error factor analysis in Hokkaido, Japan,
PandRS(81), No. 1, July 2013, pp. 12-18.
Elsevier DOI 1306
Ecosystem; Canopy height; ICESat/GLAS; Spaceborne LiDAR; Full waveform BibRef

Wang, X., Huang, H., Gong, P., Liu, C., Li, C., Li, W.,
Forest Canopy Height Extraction in Rugged Areas With ICESat/GLAS Data,
GeoRS(52), No. 8, August 2014, pp. 4650-4657.
IEEE DOI 1403
Earth BibRef

Neigh, C.S.R.[Christopher S. R.], Masek, J.G.[Jeffrey G.], Bourget, P.[Paul], Cook, B.[Bruce], Huang, C.Q.[Cheng-Quan], Rishmawi, K.[Khaldoun], Zhao, F.[Feng],
Deciphering the Precision of Stereo IKONOS Canopy Height Models for US Forests with G-LiHT Airborne LiDAR,
RS(6), No. 3, 2014, pp. 1762-1782.
DOI Link 1404
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Prush, V.[Veronica], Lohman, R.[Rowena],
Forest Canopy Heights in the Pacific Northwest Based on InSAR Phase Discontinuities across Short Spatial Scales,
RS(6), No. 4, 2014, pp. 3210-3226.
DOI Link 1405
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Park, T.[Taejin], Kennedy, R.E.[Robert E.], Choi, S.H.[Sung-Ho], Wu, J.W.[Jian-Wei], Lefsky, M.A.[Michael A.], Bi, J.[Jian], Mantooth, J.A.[Joshua A.], Myneni, R.B.[Ranga B.], Knyazikhin, Y.[Yuri],
Application of Physically-Based Slope Correction for Maximum Forest Canopy Height Estimation Using Waveform Lidar across Different Footprint Sizes and Locations: Tests on LVIS and GLAS,
RS(6), No. 7, 2014, pp. 6566-6586.
DOI Link 1408
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Ota, T.[Tetsuji], Ahmed, O.S.[Oumer S.], Franklin, S.E.[Steven E.], Wulder, M.A.[Michael A.], Kajisa, T.[Tsuyoshi], Mizoue, N.[Nobuya], Yoshida, S.[Shigejiro], Takao, G.[Gen], Hirata, Y.[Yasumasa], Furuya, N.[Naoyuki], Sano, T.[Takio], Heng, S.[Sokh], Vuthy, M.[Ma],
Estimation of Airborne Lidar-Derived Tropical Forest Canopy Height Using Landsat Time Series in Cambodia,
RS(6), No. 11, 2014, pp. 10750-10772.
DOI Link 1412
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Ahmed, O.S.[Oumer S.], Franklin, S.E.[Steven E.], Wulder, M.A.[Michael A.], White, J.C.[Joanne C.],
Characterizing stand-level forest canopy cover and height using Landsat time series, samples of airborne LiDAR, and the Random Forest algorithm,
PandRS(101), No. 1, 2015, pp. 89-101.
Elsevier DOI 1503
Landsat time series BibRef

Fayad, I.[Ibrahim], Baghdadi, N.[Nicolas], Bailly, J.S.[Jean-Stéphane], Barbier, N.[Nicolas], Gond, V.[Valéry], El Hajj, M.[Mahmoud], Fabre, F.[Frédéric], Bourgine, B.[Bernard],
Canopy Height Estimation in French Guiana with LiDAR ICESat/GLAS Data Using Principal Component Analysis and Random Forest Regressions,
RS(6), No. 12, 2014, pp. 11883-11914.
DOI Link 1412
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Nie, S.[Sheng], Wang, C.[Cheng], Zeng, H.C.[Hong-Cheng], Xi, X.H.[Xiao-Huan], Xia, S.[Shaobo],
A revised terrain correction method for forest canopy height estimation using ICESat/GLAS data,
PandRS(108), No. 1, 2015, pp. 183-190.
Elsevier DOI 1511
ICESat BibRef

Gopalakrishnan, R.[Ranjith], Thomas, V.A.[Valerie A.], Coulston, J.W.[John W.], Wynne, R.H.[Randolph H.],
Prediction of Canopy Heights over a Large Region Using Heterogeneous Lidar Datasets: Efficacy and Challenges,
RS(7), No. 9, 2015, pp. 11036.
DOI Link 1511
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Wilkes, P.[Phil], Jones, S.D.[Simon D.], Suarez, L.[Lola], Mellor, A.[Andrew], Woodgate, W.[William], Soto-Berelov, M.[Mariela], Haywood, A.[Andrew], Skidmore, A.K.[Andrew K.],
Mapping Forest Canopy Height Across Large Areas by Upscaling ALS Estimates with Freely Available Satellite Data,
RS(7), No. 9, 2015, pp. 12563.
DOI Link 1511
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Ni, X.L.[Xi-Liang], Zhou, Y.[Yuke], Cao, C.X.[Chun-Xiang], Wang, X.J.[Xue-Jun], Shi, Y.[Yuli], Park, T.J.[Tae-Jin], Choi, S.H.[Sung-Ho], Myneni, R.B.[Ranga B.],
Mapping Forest Canopy Height over Continental China Using Multi-Source Remote Sensing Data,
RS(7), No. 7, 2015, pp. 8436.
DOI Link 1506
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Khosravipour, A.[Anahita], Skidmore, A.K.[Andrew K.], Wang, T.J.[Tie-Jun], Isenburg, M.[Martin], Khoshelham, K.[Kourosh],
Effect of slope on treetop detection using a LiDAR Canopy Height Model,
PandRS(104), No. 1, 2015, pp. 44-52.
Elsevier DOI 1505
LiDAR BibRef

Fieber, K.D.[Karolina D.], Davenport, I.J.[Ian J.], Tanase, M.A.[Mihai A.], Ferryman, J.M.[James M.], Gurney, R.J.[Robert J.], Becerra, V.M.[Victor M.], Walker, J.P.[Jeffrey P.], Hacker, J.M.[Jorg M.],
Validation of Canopy Height Profile methodology for small-footprint full-waveform airborne LiDAR data in a discontinuous canopy environment,
PandRS(104), No. 1, 2015, pp. 144-157.
Elsevier DOI 1505
Full-waveform BibRef

Maguya, A.S.[Almasi S.], Tegel, K.[Katri], Junttila, V.[Virpi], Kauranne, T.[Tuomo], Korhonen, M.[Markus], Burns, J.[Janice], Leppanen, V.[Vesa], Sanz, B.[Blanca],
Moving Voxel Method for Estimating Canopy Base Height from Airborne Laser Scanner Data,
RS(7), No. 7, 2015, pp. 8950.
DOI Link 1506
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Jensen, J.L.R.[Jennifer L. R.], Mathews, A.J.[Adam J.],
Assessment of Image-Based Point Cloud Products to Generate a Bare Earth Surface and Estimate Canopy Heights in a Woodland Ecosystem,
RS(8), No. 1, 2016, pp. 50.
DOI Link 1602
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Zielewska-Büttner, K.[Katarzyna], Adler, P.[Petra], Ehmann, M.[Michaela], Braunisch, V.[Veronika],
Automated Detection of Forest Gaps in Spruce Dominated Stands Using Canopy Height Models Derived from Stereo Aerial Imagery,
RS(8), No. 3, 2016, pp. 175.
DOI Link 1604
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And: Erratum: RS(9), No. 5, 2017, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 1706
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Goulamoussène, Y.[Youven], Bedeau, C.[Caroline], Descroix, L.[Laurent], Deblauwe, V.[Vincent], Linguet, L.[Laurent], Hérault, B.[Bruno],
Weak Environmental Controls of Tropical Forest Canopy Height in the Guiana Shield,
RS(8), No. 9, 2016, pp. 747.
DOI Link 1610
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Tang, H.[Hao], Swatantran, A.[Anu], Barrett, T.[Terence], DeCola, P.[Phil], Dubayah, R.[Ralph],
Voxel-Based Spatial Filtering Method for Canopy Height Retrieval from Airborne Single-Photon Lidar,
RS(8), No. 9, 2016, pp. 771.
DOI Link 1610
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Wolf, J.[Jeffrey], Brocard, G.[Gilles], Willenbring, J.[Jane], Porder, S.[Stephen], Uriarte, M.[María],
Abrupt Change in Forest Height along a Tropical Elevation Gradient Detected Using Airborne Lidar,
RS(8), No. 10, 2016, pp. 864.
DOI Link 1609
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Melin, M., Korhonen, L., Kukkonen, M., Packalen, P.,
Assessing the performance of aerial image point cloud and spectral metrics in predicting boreal forest canopy cover,
PandRS(129), No. 1, 2017, pp. 77-85.
Elsevier DOI 1706
Canopy cover BibRef

Gu, C.Y.[Cheng-Yan], Clevers, J.G.P.W.[Jan G.P.W.], Liu, X.[Xiao], Tian, X.[Xin], Li, Z.Y.[Zhou-Yuan], Li, Z.Y.[Zeng-Yuan],
Predicting forest height using the GOST, Landsat 7 ETM+, and airborne LiDAR for sloping terrains in the Greater Khingan Mountains of China,
PandRS(137), 2018, pp. 97-111.
Elsevier DOI 1802
Forest height, Geometric-Optical Model for Sloping Terrains (GOST), Landsat BibRef

Zhou, H.[Hui], Chen, Y.[Yuwei], Feng, Z.[Ziyi], Li, F.[Fashuai], Hyyppä, J.[Juha], Hakala, T.[Teemu], Karjalainen, M.[Mika], Jiang, C.[Changhui], Pei, L.[Ling],
The Comparison of Canopy Height Profiles Extracted from Ku-band Profile Radar Waveforms and LiDAR Data,
RS(10), No. 5, 2018, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 1806
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Moorthy, S.M.K.[Sruthi M. Krishna], Calders, K.[Kim], di Porcia e Brugnera, M.[Manfredo], Schnitzer, S.A.[Stefan A.], Verbeeck, H.[Hans],
Terrestrial Laser Scanning to Detect Liana Impact on Forest Structure,
RS(10), No. 6, 2018, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 1806
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Calders, K.[Kim], Origo, N.[Niall], Burt, A.[Andrew], Disney, M.[Mathias], Nightingale, J.[Joanne], Raumonen, P.[Pasi], Åkerblom, M.[Markku], Malhi, Y.[Yadvinder], Lewis, P.[Philip],
Realistic Forest Stand Reconstruction from Terrestrial LiDAR for Radiative Transfer Modelling,
RS(10), No. 6, 2018, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 1806
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Jin, S.C.[Shi-Chao], Su, Y.[Yanjun], Gao, S.[Shang], Hu, T.[Tianyu], Liu, J.[Jin], Guo, Q.H.[Qing-Hua],
The Transferability of Random Forest in Canopy Height Estimation from Multi-Source Remote Sensing Data,
RS(10), No. 8, 2018, pp. xx-yy.
DOI Link 1809
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Huang, S.C., Yeh, J.Y., Chen, C.T., Chen, J.C.,
Study On The Explainable Ability By Using Airborne Lidar In Stand Value And Stand Competition,
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DOI Link 1610
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Chen, K.C., Wang, C.K.,
Evaluation Of Forest Canopy And Understory Gap Fraction Derived From Terrestrial Laser Scanning,
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DOI Link 1610
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Ejares, J.A., Violanda, R.R., Diola, A.G., Dy, D.T., Otadoy, J.B., Otadoy, R.E.S.,
Tree Canopy Cover Mapping Using Lidar In Urban Barangays Of Cebu City, Central Philippines,
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Tighe, M.L., King, D., Balzter, H., Bannari, A., Mcnairn, H.,
Airborne X-hh Incidence Angle Impact On Canopy Height Retreival: Implications For Spaceborne X-hh Tandem-x Global Canopy Height Model,
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Gallant, J.C., Read, A.M., Dowling, T.I.,
Removal Of Tree Offsets from SRTM and Other Digital Surface Models,
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Vetter, M.[Michael], Höfle, B.[Bernhard], Hollaus, M.[Markus], Gschöpf, C.[Christine], Mandlburger, G.[Gottfried], Pfeifer, N.[Norbert], Wagner, W.[Wolfgang],
Vertical Vegetation Structure Analysis and Hydraulic Roughness Determination Using Dense ALS Point Cloud Data: A Voxel Based Approach,
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Latifi, H., Koch, B.,
Generalized Spatial Models of Forest Structure using Airborne Multispectral and Laser Scanner Data,
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Chen, G., Hay, G.J.,
A GEOBIA Approach to Estimate Large Area Forest Canopy Height Using LIDAR Transects and Quickbird Imagery,
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Dong, L.X.[Li-Xin], Wu, B.F.[Bing-Fang],
A Comparison of Estimating Forest Canopy Height Integrating Multi-sensor data Synergy: A Case Study in Mountain Area of Three Gorges,
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Lo, C.Y., Chen, L.C.,
Canopy Extraction Using Airborne Laser Scanning Data in Forestry Areas,
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Zhao, K.G.[Kai-Guang], Popescu, S.C.[Sorin C.],
Hierarchical Watershed Segmentation of Canopy Height Model for Multi-Scale Forest Inventory,
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Zhang, Q., Mercer, J.B., Cloude, S.R.,
Forest Height Estimation from INDREX-II L-Band Polarimetric InSAR Data,
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Goepfert, J., Soerge, U.,
Estimation of the Lidar Height Offset in Coastal Vegetated Areas,
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