WE2.R10.10

SIMULATING AIRBORNE FULL-WAVEFORM LIDAR DATA IN VARYING MUTILAYERD FOREST THROUGH THE DART MODEL

Xiao Zhu, Jinling Song, Lei Yang, Xin Wang, Beijing Normal University, China

Session:
Remote Sensing for Forest and Vegetation Structure, Health and Growth II

Track:
Land Applications

Presentation Time:
Wed, 30 Sep, 16:00-16:10 (UTC)
Thu, 1 Oct, 00:00-00:10 China Standard Time (UTC +8)
Wed, 30 Sep, 18:00-18:10 Central Europe Summer Time (UTC +2)
Wed, 30 Sep, 09:00-09:10 Pacific Daylight Time (UTC -7)

Session Co-Chairs:
Aditya Singh, University of Florida and Naira Pinto, NASA JPL
Session Managers:
Shashank S. Joshil and Narayana Rao Bhogapurapu

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WE2.R10.1: ESTIMATION OF NITROGEN IN THE SOIL OF BALSA TREES IN ECUADOR USING UNMANNED AERIAL VEHICLES
Cesar Alvarez, Joselin Quintana, Karen Tituana, Universidad Politecnica Salesiana, Ecuador; Ana Teodoro, University of Porto, Portugal
WE2.R10.2: EXTENDING STOCHASTIC RADIATIVE TRANSFER THEORY TO SIMULATE BRF OVER FORESTS CONTAINING TREES WITH HETEROGENEOUS DAMAGED FOLIAGE
Xiaoyao Li, Huaguo Huang, Beijing Forestry University, China; Nikolay Shabanov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia; Kai Yan, China University of Geosciences, China
WE2.R10.3: NORMALIZED PROJECTED RED & SWIR (NPRS): A NEW VEGETATION INDEX FOR FOREST HEALTH ESTIMATION AND ITS APPLICATION ON SPRUCE BARK BEETLE ATTACK DETECTION
Langning Huo, Eva Lindberg, Henrik Persson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Sweden
WE2.R10.4: ANALYZING LEAF CLUMPING EFFECT OF INDIVIDUAL TREES BASED ON MODELED REALISTIC STRUCTURE
Weihua Li, Xihan Mu, Linyuan Li, Beijing Normal University, China
WE2.R10.5: FOREST FLOWS – REAL TIME MONITORING OF WATER QUANTITY AND QUALITY SPATIO-TEMPORAL DYNAMICS IN PLANTED FORESTS
Dean Meason, Scion (NZ Forest Research Institute), New Zealand; Amanda Matson, Thünen-Institut, Germany; Brenda Baillie, Scion (NZ Forest Research Institute), New Zealand; Delwyn Moller, University of Auckland, New Zealand; Bruce Dudley, MS Srinivasan, Channa Rajanayaka, Christian Zammit, National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, New Zealand; Donald White, Whitegum Forest and Natural Resources, Australia
WE2.R10.6: ARE HIGH SEVERITY FIRES INCREASING IN SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA?
Bang Nguyen Tran, University of Melbourne, Australia; Mihai Tanase, National Institute for Research and Development in Forestry “Marin Dracea”, Romania; Lauren T. Bennett, Cristina Aponte, University of Melbourne, Australia
WE2.R10.7: A FUEL MOISTURE CONTENT MONITORING METHODOLOGY BASED ON OPTICAL REMOTE SENSING
Fan Li, Yuxia Li, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China; Cunjie Zhang, China Meteorological Administration, China; Yuan Cheng, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China; Yuzhen Li, ChengDu Software Industry Development Center, China; Lei He, Chengdu University of Information Technology, China
WE2.R10.8: MAPPING SURFACE FUEL LOADINGS OF FORESTS USING STRATIFIED RANDOM SAMPLING AND GEOSTATISTICAL ANALYSIS DERIVED DATA
Chinsu Lin, Siao-En Ma, National Chiayi University, Taiwan
WE2.R10.9: FORECASTING VEGETATION HEALTH IN THE MENA REGION BY PREDICTING VEGETATION INDICATORS WITH MACHINE LEARNING MODELS
Sachi Perera, Wenzhao Li, Computational and Data Sciences Graduate Program, United States; Erik Linstead, Chapman University, United States; Hesham Elaskary El-Askary, Center of Excellence of Earth Observations and Modeling, United States
WE2.R10.10: SIMULATING AIRBORNE FULL-WAVEFORM LIDAR DATA IN VARYING MUTILAYERD FOREST THROUGH THE DART MODEL
Xiao Zhu, Jinling Song, Lei Yang, Xin Wang, Beijing Normal University, China
WE2.R10.11: DOMINANT TREES ANALYSIS USING UAV LIDAR AND PHOTOGRAMMETRY
Qingwang Liu, Shiming Li, Xin Tian, Liyong Fu, Institute of Forest Resource Information Techniques, Chinese Academy of Forestry, China