In her PhD project, Karen Lone studies the ecology of forest dwelling ungulates in Norway using LiDAR to map habitat vegetation structure. Continue reading
In a study published in Remote Sensing of Environment an airborne profiling lidar was used to estimate total aboveground dry biomass, a surrogate for aboveground carbon stocks, for all land cover types in Hedmark County, Norway. Continue reading
Liviu Theodor Ene had his dissertation on the 4. May 2012. Continue reading
Deforestation and forest degradation is identified as one of the most important sources of anthropogenic CO2 in the atmosphere. At the same time forests are capable of offsetting large amounts of carbon, and better forest management is one of the solutions to the worlds climate problem. Continue reading
It is important to have a good overview of cultural remains in forests. Today, detection of cultural heritage in forests usually is carried out by means of interpretation of terrain models generated from laserdata. Continue reading
A presentation of the groups effort to map regional biomass with LiDAR on forskning.no (In Norwegian).