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Is Field-Measured Tree Height as Reliable as Believed – Half II, A Comparison Study of Tree Height Estimates from Standard Field Activity and Inexpensive Close-Range Remote Sensing in An Exceedingly Deciduous Forest

Geoinformatics & Geostatistics: An Overview.ISSN: 2327-4581

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Is Field-Measured Tree Height as Reliable as Believed – Half II, A Comparison Study of Tree Height Estimates from Standard Field Activity and Inexpensive Close-Range Remote Sensing in An Exceedingly Deciduous Forest

Tree height is one among the foremost necessary tree attributes in forest inventory. However, victimization typical field strategies to live tree height could be a heavy and long method. Despite the good interest within the past to facilitate tree height measurements, new, coming solutions aren't nevertheless totally investigated. during this study, we tend to investigated the pertinence of various close-range remote sensing choices for tree height measuring in a very advanced lowland deciduous forest. Six sample plots in a very Quercus robber forest were measured very well victimization typical strategies

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