Terrestrial laser scanning in volume and biomass modelling – Overview

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Growing stock volume and biomass are among the most important attributes in forest-related decision making, from private owners of small forest holdings to global level policy makers. The reliability of estimates of those attributes depends essentially on the availability of existing allometric models. These models at tree level offer consistent estimates but they are available only for fraction of tree species due to the amount of required reference data (i.e. sample size for developing these models must be rather large to include diversity within and between species) and the fact that detailed destructive sampling of trees is needed in developing these models. Over the past decade, the technological development has been immense, and especially the introduction of terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) that measures its surroundings with millions to billions of high detail 3D points, have created new opportunities for acquiring the needed reference. Therefore, the aim of this work was to evaluate the advantages and possible challenges of TLS technique in volume and biomass modelling. In addition, the aim was to identify the key factors affecting the capabilities of TLS data in model development and calibration.
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OtsikkoProceedings of the 26th European Biomass Conference – Setting the course for a biobased economy : Copenhagen, Denmark 14 – 17 May 2018
ToimittajatMichael Persson, Nicolae Scarlat, Angela Grassi, Peter Helm
Sivumäärä6
KustantajaETA-Florence Renewable Energies
Julkaisupäivä2018
Sivut247-252
ISBN (elektroninen)978-88-89407-18-9
DOI - pysyväislinkit
TilaJulkaistu - 2018
OKM-julkaisutyyppiA4 Artikkeli konferenssijulkaisuussa
TapahtumaEuropean Biomass Conference & Exhibition - Bella center, Copenhagen, Tanska
Kesto: 14 toukokuuta 201817 toukokuuta 2018
Konferenssinumero: 26

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Kankare, V. V., Saarinen, N. P., Pyörälä, J. K., Liang, X., Holopainen, M. E., Hyyppä, J., & Vastaranta, M. A. (2018). Terrestrial laser scanning in volume and biomass modelling – Overview. teoksessa M. Persson, N. Scarlat, A. Grassi, & P. Helm (Toimittajat), Proceedings of the 26th European Biomass Conference – Setting the course for a biobased economy: Copenhagen, Denmark 14 – 17 May 2018 (Sivut 247-252). ETA-Florence Renewable Energies. https://doi.org/10.5071/26thEUBCE2018-1CV.8.4
Kankare, Ville Veikko ; Saarinen, Ninni Pauliina ; Pyörälä, Jiri Kristian ; Liang, Xinlian ; Holopainen, Markus Edvard ; Hyyppä, Juha ; Vastaranta, Mikko Antero. / Terrestrial laser scanning in volume and biomass modelling – Overview. Proceedings of the 26th European Biomass Conference – Setting the course for a biobased economy: Copenhagen, Denmark 14 – 17 May 2018. Toimittaja / Michael Persson ; Nicolae Scarlat ; Angela Grassi ; Peter Helm. ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, 2018. Sivut 247-252
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Kankare, VV, Saarinen, NP, Pyörälä, JK, Liang, X, Holopainen, ME, Hyyppä, J & Vastaranta, MA 2018, Terrestrial laser scanning in volume and biomass modelling – Overview. julkaisussa M Persson, N Scarlat, A Grassi & P Helm (toim), Proceedings of the 26th European Biomass Conference – Setting the course for a biobased economy: Copenhagen, Denmark 14 – 17 May 2018. ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, Sivut 247-252, European Biomass Conference & Exhibition, Copenhagen, Tanska, 14/05/2018. https://doi.org/10.5071/26thEUBCE2018-1CV.8.4

Terrestrial laser scanning in volume and biomass modelling – Overview. / Kankare, Ville Veikko; Saarinen, Ninni Pauliina; Pyörälä, Jiri Kristian; Liang, Xinlian; Holopainen, Markus Edvard; Hyyppä, Juha; Vastaranta, Mikko Antero.

Proceedings of the 26th European Biomass Conference – Setting the course for a biobased economy: Copenhagen, Denmark 14 – 17 May 2018. toim. / Michael Persson; Nicolae Scarlat; Angela Grassi; Peter Helm. ETA-Florence Renewable Energies, 2018. s. 247-252.

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