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The seminar, hosted at the Norwegian Research Council, Lysaker, gathered about 25 participants. The seminar marked the conclusion of a large research project funded by the Research Council’s NORKLIMA program. Continue reading
The Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU) in collaboration with partner universities in Tanzania and partner institutions in Norway have recently concluded on more than four years of research and development on a broad specter of REDD+ issues in Tanzania. Monitoring of deforestation and capacity building in the field of forest monitoring have been significant parts of these activities.
Forest structure is important for analyses of ecological issues such as abundance of certain plant‐, animal‐ and insect species. Forest structure may be characterized to a high detail by airborne laser scanning. This was the background for the seminar held on the 23. June 2011 at the Department of ecology and natural resource management.
Presentations from LiDAR workshop, August 2006.