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Nęsset, E.[Erik] Co Author Listing * Automatic Detection of Small Single Trees in the Forest-Tundra Ecotone Using Airborne Laser Scanning
* Automatic Estimation of Tree Position and Stem Diameter Using a Moving Terrestrial Laser Scanner
* Classifications of Forest Change by Using Bitemporal Airborne Laser Scanner Data
* Deriving airborne laser scanning based computational canopy volume for forest biomass and allometry studies
* Detection and Segmentation of Small Trees in the Forest-Tundra Ecotone Using Airborne Laser Scanning
* Discrimination between Ground Vegetation and Small Pioneer Trees in the Boreal-Alpine Ecotone Using Intensity Metrics Derived from Airborne Laser Scanner Data
* effects of imperfect reference data on remote sensing-assisted estimators of land cover class proportions, The
* Effects of Pulse Density on Digital Terrain Models and Canopy Metrics Using Airborne Laser Scanning in a Tropical Rainforest
* Effects of UAV Image Resolution, Camera Type, and Image Overlap on Accuracy of Biomass Predictions in a Tropical Woodland
* Estimating Forest Volume and Biomass and Their Changes Using Random Forests and Remotely Sensed Data
* Estimating single-tree branch biomass of Norway spruce by airborne laser scanning
* Generalized Hierarchical Model-Based Estimation for Aboveground Biomass Assessment Using GEDI and Landsat Data
* Improving Classification of Airborne Laser Scanning Echoes in the Forest-Tundra Ecotone Using Geostatistical and Statistical Measures
* Influence of Plot Size on Efficiency of Biomass Estimates in Inventories of Dry Tropical Forests Assisted by Photogrammetric Data from an Unmanned Aircraft System
* International Comparison of Individual Tree Detection and Extraction Using Airborne Laser Scanning, An
* Inventory of Small Forest Areas Using an Unmanned Aerial System
* Model-Dependent Method for Monitoring Subtle Changes in Vegetation Height in the Boreal-Alpine Ecotone Using Bi-Temporal, Three Dimensional Point Data from Airborne Laser Scanning, A
* Modeling Aboveground Biomass in Dense Tropical Submontane Rainforest Using Airborne Laser Scanner Data
* Modelling above Ground Biomass in Tanzanian Miombo Woodlands Using TanDEM-X WorldDEM and Field Data
* Modelling Site Index in Forest Stands Using Airborne Hyperspectral Imagery and Bi-Temporal Laser Scanner Data
* Optimizing Field Data Collection for Individual Tree Attribute Predictions Using Active Learning Methods
* Predicting Selected Forest Stand Characteristics with Multispectral ALS Data
* Prediction of Species-Specific Volume Using Different Inventory Approaches by Fusing Airborne Laser Scanning and Hyperspectral Data
* Relative Efficiency of ALS and InSAR for Biomass Estimation in a Tanzanian Rainforest
* Remote Sensing Support for the Gain-Loss Approach for Greenhouse Gas Inventories
* Semi-supervised SVM for individual tree crown species classification
* Tree Species Classification in Boreal Forests With Hyperspectral Data
* Use of Remotely Sensed Data to Enhance Estimation of Aboveground Biomass for the Dry Afromontane Forest in South-Central Ethiopia
* Vertical Height Errors in Digital Terrain Models Derived from Airborne Laser Scanner Data in a Boreal-Alpine Ecotone in Norway
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