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    Title: 應用航測與光達資料監測福山長期森林動態樣區林冠高度之研究
    Other Titles: Monitoring Canopy Height of Fushan Long-Term Forest Dynamics Plot Using Photogrammetry and Lidar Data
    Authors: 詹進發;黃灝雄
    Contributors: 行政院農業委員會
    Keywords: 光達;航測;林冠高度
    LIDAR;Photogrammetry;Forest Canopy Height
    Date: 2007
    Issue Date: 2012-01-02 10:00:13 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 長期森林動態樣區的監測,為生態演替、氣候暖化、環境變遷等方面的研究提供了重要的基礎,但樣區調查需耗費大量的人力、物力、經費與時間,往往成為重要的限制因子。本研究之目的為利用航遙測科技之優點,探討如何以空載光達(airborne LiDAR)和航照影像估測福山森林動態樣區之樹冠高度模型,期能建立以航遙測科技調查森林動態樣區之模式,做為監測福山長期森林動態樣區林冠高度之有力工具。
    The monitoring of long-term forest dynamics plots provide an important basis for researches in many fields such as ecological succession, global warming, and environmental changes. However, field investigation requires large amount of manpower, equipments, expenses, and time, which often become limiting factors for implementation. This study use airborne LIDAR and photogrammetric techniques to estimate the forest canopy height of Fushan long-term forest dynamics plot. The objective of the research is to establish a model by using remote sensing techniques to monitor the dynamics of Fushan long-term forest dynamics plot
    Relation: 應用研究
    研究期間:9608~ 9612
    Data Type: report
    Appears in Collections:[地政學系] 國科會研究計畫

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