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Silvilaser 2019

Silvilaser 2019 - Poster Presentations

1 Individual crown detection and height measurement of western juniper with deep convolutional and generative adversarial neural networks
Robert Schriver, Bogdan Strimbu, John Sessions

6 Fine-scale prediction of yield in sugarcane: A comparison of UAV-derived LiDAR scans and multispectral imagery
Iurii Shendryk, Jeremy Sofonia, Robert Garrard, Yannik Rist, Danielle Skocaj, Peter Thorburn

7 Deciduous Broad Leaf Bidirectional Scattering Distribution Function (BSDF): Measurements, Modeling, and Effects on Leaf Area Index (LAI) for Forest Ecological Assessments
Benjamin Roth, Michael Saunders, Charles Bachmann, Jan van Aardt, Adam Goodenough, Scott Brown

12 Adjustment of leaf area conversion functions in managed conifer stands in Sweden
Alex Appiah Mensah, Hans Petersson, Svetlana Saarela, Martin Goude, Emma Holmström

18 Estimating charcoal piles volume using an unmanned aerial vehicle
Luiza Marina Esteves de Carvalho, Simone Nunes Fonseca, Alessandra Morais Melo, Daniel de Paula Silveira, Eric Bastos Gorgens

28 ALS-derived indicators for monitoring sustainable forest management
Jhonathan Gomes Santos, Vitor Antunes Martins Costa, Adeliton da Fonseca Oliveira, Alex Augusto Abreu Bovo, Danilo Roberti Alves Almeida, Eric Bastos Gorgens

29 Tropical tree biomass equations from terrestrial LiDAR
Alvaro Lau, Kim Calders, Harm Bartholomeus, Christopher Martius, Pasi Raumonen, Martin Herold, Matheus Vicari, Hansrajie Sukhdeo, Jeremy Singh, Rosa C. Goodman

35 Hyperspectral lidar for tree dieback rate detection: simulations and observations
Huaguo Huang

40 Detection of Sub-Canopy Forest Structure Using Airborne LiDAR.
Lukas Jarron, Nicholas Coops, Will MacKenzie

43 Studying tree growth based on multi-temporal ALS data
Markus Hollaus, Wilfried Karel, Norbert Pfeifer, Gottfried Mandlburger

44 Method Comparison for the Assessment of Vertical Structure from ALS Data in Natural Forests
Manuela Hirschmugl, Nik Cepirlo, Vanessa Berger, Hanns Kirchmeir, Mathias Schardt, Günther Bronner

46 DEFINING OLD-GROWTH FORESTS WITH AIRBORNE LiDAR
Luizmar De Assis Barros, Che Elkin, Oscar Venter

47 Terrestrial Laser Scanning: an alternative for collecting dendrometric data in Atlantic secondary forests
Aguida Beatriz Travaglia Viana, Cibele Hummel Amaral, Carlos Moreira Miquelino Eleto Torres, Elpidio Inacio Fernandes Filho, Felipe Carvalho Santana, Lucas Brandão Timo

48 Overview of MOLI Mission to Estimate Forest Biomass
Rei Mitsuhashi, Yoshito Sawada, Masato Hayashi, Junpei Murooka, Daisuke Sakaizawa, Tadashi Imai, Toshiyoshi Kimura, Kohei Mizutani, Takahiro Endo, Kazuhiro Asai

49 Using terrestrial and airborne laser scanning in the estimation of wood properties in standing timber
Jiri Pyörälä, Markus Holopainen, Juha Hyyppä, Mikko Vastaranta

50 Investigating the above-ground competition effects of liana load on tree structure and allometry from terrestrial LiDAR
Sruthi M. Krishna Moorthy , Kim Calders, Elizabeth Kearsley, Hans Verbeeck

51 Tree buffer exclusion improves tree detection on airborne laser scanning surveys in even-aged stands
Rodrigo Vieira Leite, Raul de Paula Pires, Cibele Hummel do Amaral, Hélio Garcia Leite, Antonilmar Araújo Lopes da Silva

52 Application of terrestrial laser scanner for the determination of forest inventory parameters using simple scans
Daiana Mendes, Andrea Nogueira Dias, Vagner Alex Pesck

56 Mapping forest biomass across the US using national forest inventory data, spaceborne lidar and a two-stage hierarchical model
Chad Babcock, Andrew Finley

61 Relationships between structural measurements in Australian tree stands: implications for deriving airborne lidar products
Adrian Fisher, John Armston, Nicholas Goodwin, Peter Scarth, Anthea Mitchell, Tim Danaher

62 Reconstruction of Faithful Tree Shapes from Point-Clouds for Evaluating Morphological Traits
Shinsuke Eto, Hiroshi Masuda, Yuichiro Hiraoka, Michinari Matsushita, Makoto Takahashi

67 Improving ground filter optimisation using terrestrial point clouds
Samuel Hillman, Luke Wallace, Bryan Hally, Karin Reinke, Arko Lucieer, Darren Turner, Simon Jones

69 Re-thinking accuracy assessment standards for LiDAR models predicting forest variables
Rubén Valbuena , Ana Hernando, José Antonio Manzanera, Eric Bastos Görgens , Danilo Roberti Alves de Almeida , Carlos Alberto Silva , Francisco Mauro, Antonio García-Abril, David Anthony Coomes

76 Highly Accurate Estimation of Lower Part Tree Trunk Perimeter by SfM Photogrammetry for Annual Tree increment Estimation
Martin Mokroš, Jozef Výbošťok, Alžbeta Grznárová

78 Advanced earth observation techniques in forest biodiversity assessment
Anton Kuzmin, Topi Tanhuanpää, Arto Viinikka, Pasi Korpelainen, Petteri Vihervaara, Sonja Kivinen, Sarita Keski-Saari, Peter Kullberg, Laura Poikolainen, Aleksi Ritakallio, Timo Kumpula

81 Fusing ALS and TLS point clouds – towards better forest parameters estimation
Ionuț Silviu Pascu, Bogdan Apostol, Alexandru Claudiu Dobre, Marius Petrila, Ovidiu Badea

82 Forest growth monitoring using bitemporal areal LIDAR data: case study of national park Czech Switzerland
Zlatica Melichová, Peter Surový, Karel Kuželka, Dana Vebrová, Elmar Csaplovics

83 Deep Learning based single tree species classification using ALS data
Sead Mustafić, Mathias Schardt

84 Estimation of structural attributes of tropical forest in the Guadeloupe island using terrestrial and airborne lidar scanning data
Emma Carrié, Richard Fournier, Van-Tho Nguyen

85 Carbon sequestration potential and wood quality aspects of southern African trees extended to agroforestry systems – an assessment through 3D data
Rafael Bohn Reckziegel, Anton Kunneke, Jonathan P. Sheppard, Christopher Morhart, Hans-Peter Kahle

86 Terrestrial Point Cloud Processing to Estimate Individual Tree Parameters
Martin Mokroš, Milan Koreň

89 ALTIMETRIC EVALUATION OF GROUND MODELS OF GROUND MODELS FROM ALS OVER LOBLOLLY PINE STANDS
Rorai Pereira Martins-Neto, Marcos Schimalski, Veraldo Liesenberg, Thiaraju Neves Aquino, Hassan Camil David, Tainá Mamede Cirne Silva

90 Long time series of ground based laser scanning measurements of single trees and forest stands – 4D LiDAR monitoring.
Piotr Wężyk, Karolina Zięba-Kulawik, Wojciech Gilewski, Adam Kurzawiński, Piotr Rysiak

91 COMPARING THE NUMBER OF TREES RETRIEVED WITH BOTH ALS AND TLS POINT CLOUD OVER A LOBLOLLY PINE STAND
Rorai Pereira Martins-Neto, Marcos Schimalski, Veraldo Liesenberg, Thiaraju Neves Aquino, Hassan Camil David, Tainá Mamede Cirne Silva

92 A comparative assessment of the area-based approach and individual tree detection for volume estimation in mixed temperate forests using Airborne Laser Scanning data
Bogdan Apostol, Ionuț Silviu Pascu, Marius Petrila, Alexandru Claudiu Dobre, Adrian Lorenț, Vladimir Gancz, Ovidiu Badea

93 The use of very dense ULS and ALS point clouds in monitoring the effects of protective treatments carried out in Scots pine (Pinus sylvestris L.) stands in the National Park Bory Tucholskie, Poland.
Piotr Wężyk, Karolina Zięba-Kulawik, Paweł Hawryło, Marta Szostak

97 Multiscale 3D-windows for detecting dead standing Eucalyptus from voxelised full-waveform LiDAR data
Milto Miltiadou, Athos Agapiou, Susana Gonzalez Aracil , Maria Prodromou, Diofantos G. Hadjimitsis

98 Comparison of regression and machine learning models to estimate volume of Eucalyptus stands in Brazil using airborne LiDAR data
Pedro Millikan, Carlos Silva, Mariana Carvalho, Luiz Rodriguez, Samuel Carvalho

99 Aplicação do LiDAR para Estimar Alterações na Biomassa em Áreas de Manejo Florestal Madeireiro Sustentável na Amazônia
Leilson Gomes, Ricardo Brites , Charton Locks, Hudson Veras, Rosiane Anjos

102 Topographic Wetness Index from LiDAR Terrain Model Helps Forest Roads Maintenance
Bruno Ferraz Martins, Emanuel Machado Siqueira Rodrigues Elidio, Krisnara Soares Mairinck, Julio Cesar dos Santos Silva

103 USE OF TERRESTRIAL LASER SCANNING TO ASSESS FUEL CONSUMPTION IN AMAZON RAINFORESTS
Gabriel Prata, Tiago de Conto, Caio Hamamura, Luiz Rodriguez

105 Mobile Phone Videos for Forest Inventory
Wilfried Karel, Livia Piermattei, Markus Hollaus, Norbert Pfeifer

107 Regression and machine learning models for estimating stand volume of eucalypt clonal and tropical highly diverse forests from LiDAR metrics
Cibele Hummel do Amaral, Rodrigo Vieira Leite, Renata Paulo Macedo, Hélio Garcia Leite, Carlos Pedro Boechat Soares, Carlos Moreira Miquelino Eleto Torres, Elpídio Inácio Fernandes Filho, Antonilmar Araújo Lopes da Silva, Jacinto Moreira de Lana , Walter da Silva Costa

108 EXTRACTION OF BIOPHYSICAL PARAMETERS USING TERRESTRIAL LASER SCANNER IN A SAMPLE OF Pinus taeda L.
Alan Schreiner, Marcos Benedito Schimalski, Veraldo Liesenberg

109 The Impact of Point Density for the generation of LIDAR derived Terrain Models
Lucas da Luz, Veraldo Liesenberg, Marcos Benedito Schimalski, Jessica Amaral de Souza, Vanderleia Cristina Camargo, Akira Kato

110 Mangrove Tree Height Growth Monitoring at Individual Tree Level from Multi-temporal UAV-LiDAR
Dameng Yin, Le Wang

111 The Importance of GRSS Student Grand Challenge for promoting UAV Applications in Brazil
David Robledo Di Martini , Everton Castelão Tetila , José Marcato Junior , Edson Takashi Matsubara , Henrique Siqueira , Amaury Antônio Castro Junior , Márcio Santos , Carlos Henrique Monteiro , Hermerson Pistori , Veraldo Liesenberg

112 The Science of SAFE, a Smallsat Compliment to SBG
Randolph Wynne, Kenneth Ranson, Valerie Thomas, Elizabeth Middleton, David Harding, Karl Huemmrich, Philip Dabney

113 Evaluating GEDI performance against airborne LiDAR over a deciduous broadleaf forest
Carlos Silva, John Armston, Hao Tang, Michelle Hofton, Ralph Dubayah

115 Tree-centric forest inventory across regions and biomes using airborne lidar
Antonio Ferraz, Sassan Saatchi, David Clark, Marcos Longo, Michael Keller, Victoria Meyer, Fabian Schneider, Clement Mallet, Jean Ometto

116 Tree detection and height measurement from aerial laser scanning point cloud
Lorena Stolle, Ana Paula Dalla Corte, Carlos Roberto Sanquetta, Alexandre Behling, Emerson Roberto Schoeninger

117 Estimating Burned Ecosystem Properties with NEONs Airborne Observation Platform
Bridget Hass, Tristan Goulden

118 Measuring tree heights in Eucalyptus stands in Brazil using Airborne Laser Scanning (ALS), accounting for error-in-variable induced bias
Paula Gomides Vitor Scolforo, Cristian Montes , Henrique Scolforo, José Roberto Scolforo

119 A Comparison of airborne ALS, photogrammetrically-derived, and IfSAR data for forest Inventory in Western Washington State, USA
Demetrios Gatziolis, Jacob Strunk, Robert J McGaughey

120 Airborne Lidar technology in support of forest management
Yong Pang, Wen Jia, Zengyuan Li

128 The challenge to assess the Amazon forest structure
Jean Ometto, Eric Gorgens, Luciane Sato, Francisca Pereira, Mauro Assis

129 Choosing filtering parameters in LiDAR clouds collected over Amazon rainforest
Alline Motta, Mauro Assis, Jhonathan Santos, Eric Gorgens

134 Predicting species-specific diameter distributions in boreal forests using bi-temporal ALS, multispectral ALS, and aerial images
Janne Räty, Petteri Packalen, Matti Maltamo

138 GEOESTATÍSTICA APLICADA NA ESTIMATIVA DE VOLUME EM PLANO DE MANEJO NA AMAZÔNIA
Leilson Gomes, Eraldo Matricardi, Erica Oliveira, Hudson Veras, Rosiane Anjos

139 MUDANÇAS NA COMPOSIÇÃO FLORÍSTICA EM UM ÁREA DE EXPLORAÇÃO FLORESTAL
Leilson Gomes, Marcus Oliveira, Rosiane Anjos, Hudson Veras

142 REDUÇÕES NA BIOMASSA EM ÁREAS DE CONCESSÃO FLORESTAL NA FLORESTA ESTADUAL DO ANTIMARY, ACRE, BRASIL
Leilson Gomes, Marcus Oliveira, Rosiane Anjos, Hudson Veras

144 Estimation of forest AGB from ICESat-2 and Landsat
Lana Narine, Sorin Popescu, Lonesome Malambo

146 PRELIMINARY VALIDATION OF THE ICESAT-2 LAND WATER VEGETATION ELEVATION PRODUCT (ATL08)
Lonesome Malambo, Sorin Popescu, Lana Narine, Samuel Moore

149 Modeling the growth of forest height using ICESat-2 photon counting data over tropical forested areas
Wenjia Ni, Jiachen Dong, Zhiyu Zhang, Guoqing Sun

150 The Use of Deep Learning and Three-Dimensional Convolutional Neural Networks to Interpret LiDAR Data for Live Standing Carbon Estimation in the Context of Carbon Offsets.
Elias Ayrey, Tomas Aftalion, Diego Saez-Gil

 


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