Quantifying Australian forest floristics and structure using small footprint LiDAR and large scale aerial photography
Light detection and ranging (LiDAR) data and large scale (1:4000) photography (LSP) were investigated for their potential to quantify the floristics and structure of mixed species forests near Injune, central east Queensland, and to scale these up to the
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