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33. Enhancing the measuring, reporting and verification (MRV) of forest in Tanzania through the application of advanced remote sensing techniques (2011 – 2015). Funded by Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Research partners Sokoine University of Agriculture – Tanzania, Kongsberg Satellite Services, Northern Research Institution, Norwegian Computing Centre, Norwegian Forest and Landscape Institute, University of Tromsø
32. Use of 3D-data from image matching in forest standwise inventories (2012 – 2014). Funded by the “Utviklingsfondet for skogbruket” and “Skogtiltaksfondet”.
31. Estimating tree species composition in using airborne laser scanning inoperational forest inventories (2013 – 2014). Funded by the Norwegian forest trust found.
30. Inventory of young forest using airborne laser scanning (2011 – 2013). Funded by the Research Council of Norway and “Skogtiltaksfondet”.
29. Detection of cultural heritage in forests utilizing interpretation of terrain models generated from laserdata (2009 – 2011). The project is a collaboration with the Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (NIKU)  and is funded by the Directorate for Cultural Heritage.
28. Monitoring habitat type (NatTOv) – preparation of a scientific basis for intensive habitat monitoring. Sub-project within a larger research project funded by the Inter-ministerial Committee for mapping and monitoring biodiversity. Collaboration with the Natural History Museum, University of Oslo, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, NINA.
27. Improving the efficiency of field plot measurements in area based laser forest inventory (2009-2010). Funded by Innovation Norway and “Skogtiltaksfondet”
26. FlexWood – Flexible Wood Supply Chain (2009 – 2012). Funded by EUs Seventh Framework Programme.
25. BALABU – Bakkemontert laser som verktøy for bedre utnyttelse av skogressursene (2009 – 2012). Funded by the Research Council of Norway and SkatteFUNN.
24. Integrating airborne laser scanning (ALS) and optical data for forest inventory (2009). Funded by the Research Council of Norway.
23. Effects of changing climate on the alpine tree line and mountain forest carbon pools along 1500 km N-S and elevation gradient (2008-2015). Funded by the Research Council of Norway and TerraTec AS.
22. WW-IRIS: New Technologies to Optimize the Wood Information Basis for Forest Industries – Developing an Integrated Resource Information System – IRIS (2008-2010) Funded by the Research Council of Norway, the Nordic Forest Research Cooperation Committee, and “Skogtiltaksfondet”.
21. Estimating biomass of tree tops and branches for large areas using airborne LiDAR (2008-2011). PhD scholarship funded by UMB.
20. LIDAR-based sampling procedures for regional forest biomass and carbon estimation (2004-2009). Samarbeid med University of Minnesota.
19. Image data collection for testing of image sensors in Aurskog (2008). Funded by the Research Council of Norway.
18. Field data collection for testing of image sensors in Aurskog (2008). Funded by the Research Council of Norway.
17. Assessing wood properties of forest resources by airborne LIDAR – PhD scholarship and travel grants (2007-2010). Funded by the Research Council of Norway.
16. Detection of tree growth of small trees in the alpine tree line (2008). Funded by the Research Council of Norway.
15. Assessing wood properties of forest resources by airborne LIDAR (2006-2009). Funded by the Research Council of Norway, Viken Skog BA, and “Skogtiltaksfondet”.
14. Developing and testing a national system for inventory of timber resources and biomass/carbon stocks combining airborne laser and field data (2005-2009). Funded by the Research Council of Norway, UMB, NASA, and Blom Geomatics AS.
13. Linking soil organic carbon pools and LIDAR remote sensing of above-ground biomass in boreal forest ecosystems (2007-2010). PhD scholarship funded by UMB.
12. Assessment of error sources in forest carbon estimates (2006-2010). PhD scholarship funded by UMB.
11. Improved forest planning using airborne laser scanning (2005-2007). Funded by the Research Council of Norway, Prevista AS, and Blom Geomatics AS.
10. Inventories of forest biomass, timber resources, and bio-energy feedstocks using airborne LiDAR (2005-2006). Funded by the Research Council of Norway.
 9. Forest inventory of mixed stands using airborne laser scanning (2004-2005). Funded by Borregaard Research Fund.
 8. Determination of diameter distribution of forest stands by a practical method using airborne laser scanning (2004-2005). Funded by the Research Council of Norway.
 7. Effects of flying altitude on the accuracy of forest inventories using airborne laser (2003-2004). Funded by Borregaard Research Fund.
 6. Testing airborne laser scanning as a method for forest stand inventory over large areas (2001-2002). Funded by the Research Council of Norway, Prevista AS, Fotonor AS, and “Skogtiltaksfondet”.
 5. Estimating timber volume, wood quality, and vegetation using airborne laser (2000-2003). Funded by the Research Council of Norway and Fotonor AS.
 4. Estimation of tree height and stem number in young forest using data from airborne laser (2000-2001). Funded by Borregaard Research Fund.
 3. Determination of height and standing volume of forest stand using digital photogrammetry (1998-1999). Funded by the Research Council of Norway and Fotokart AS.
 2. Estimating timber volume and tree height by means of airborne laser (1998-1999). Funded by Borregaard Research Fund.
 1. Determination of tree height and stand volume using airborne laser scanning (1995-1996). Funded by Fotonor AS, the Forest Trust Fund, and UMB.

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