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Mapping individual trees from airborne multi-sensor imagery

Mapping individual trees from airborne multi-sensor imagery
Mapping individual trees from airborne multi-sensor imagery
Individual tree species mapping is important to understand forest dynamics and species distribution patterns. Airborne LiDAR with hyperspectral imaging has been extensively used to extract biophysical traits of vegetation and detect species. However, its application for individual tree mapping is limited due to technical problems. To address the problems, this paper presents effective and efficient algorithms in terms of tackling co-alingment of LiDAR and hyperspectral datasets, classifying individual trees, thus detecting tree species and leaf chemistry from the tree mapping.
Hyperspectral imaging, LiDAR, image registration, image segmentation, spectral analysis
5411-5414
IEEE
Lee, Juheon
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Cai, Xiaohao
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Schonlieb, Carola Bibiane
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Coomes, David
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Lee, Juheon
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Cai, Xiaohao
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Schonlieb, Carola Bibiane
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Coomes, David
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Lee, Juheon, Cai, Xiaohao, Schonlieb, Carola Bibiane and Coomes, David (2015) Mapping individual trees from airborne multi-sensor imagery. In, 2015 International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS). IEEE, pp. 5411-5414. (doi:10.1109/IGARSS.2015.7327059).

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Abstract

Individual tree species mapping is important to understand forest dynamics and species distribution patterns. Airborne LiDAR with hyperspectral imaging has been extensively used to extract biophysical traits of vegetation and detect species. However, its application for individual tree mapping is limited due to technical problems. To address the problems, this paper presents effective and efficient algorithms in terms of tackling co-alingment of LiDAR and hyperspectral datasets, classifying individual trees, thus detecting tree species and leaf chemistry from the tree mapping.

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Published date: 10 November 2015
Keywords: Hyperspectral imaging, LiDAR, image registration, image segmentation, spectral analysis

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/438747
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