Adjusting Lidar-Derived Digital Terrain Models in Coastal Marshes Based on Estimated Aboveground Biomass Density

Adjusting Lidar-Derived Digital Terrain Models in Coastal Marshes Based on Estimated Aboveground Biomass Density

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Medeiros, S., Hagen, S., Weishampel, J., Angelo, J. 2015. Adjusting Lidar-Derived Digital Terrain Models in Coastal Marshes Based on Estimated Aboveground Biomass Density. Remote Sensing. 7. 3507-3525

Analysis, Canopy, Coastal, GIS, Modeling, Watershed, Field assessment, Land cover, Data management, Geomorphology, Biomass, Mapping, Marsh, Drones

This paper presents a novel processing method for airborne-lidar-derived digital elevation models (DEMs) that was developed using both field sampling and remote sensing data. The resultant models are used on over 225 elevation points in the lower Apalachicola River Marsh (Florida, U.S.) to evaluate the aboveground density of salt marsh vegetation.

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