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Disaster Landscape Attribution Monitoring Changes in Burnt Understorey Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning
Disaster Landscape Attribution Monitoring Changes in Burnt Understorey Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning
18 Aug 2015

Disaster Landscape Attribution Monitoring Changes in Burnt Understorey Using Terrestrial Laser Scanning

This research monitors changes in understorey fuel hazards for up to 2 years post-burn using terrestrial laser scanning. This provides quantitative estimates of fire impact on the landscape including immediate fire effects, post-burn fuel accumulation and prescribed burn effectiveness.

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