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Observing ecosystems with lightweight, rapid-scanning terrestrial lidar scanners

by Ian PaynterEdward SaenzDaniel GenestFrancesco PeriAngela ErbZhan LiKara WigginJasmine MuirPasi RaumonenErica Skye SchaafAlan StrahlerCrystal Schaaf
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Observing ecosystems with lightweight, rapid-scanning terrestrial lidar scanners Ian PaynterEdward SaenzDaniel GenestFrancesco PeriAngela ErbZhan LiKara WigginJasmine MuirPasi RaumonenErica Skye SchaafAlan StrahlerCrystal SchaafIn Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, volume 2, 2016.
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@article {paynter2016observing,
	author = {Paynter, Ian and Saenz, Edward and Genest, Daniel and Peri, Francesco and Erb, Angela and Li, Zhan and Wiggin, Kara and Muir, Jasmine and Raumonen, Pasi and Schaaf, Erica Skye and Strahler, Alan and Schaaf, Crystal},
	title = {Observing ecosystems with lightweight, rapid-scanning terrestrial lidar scanners},
	journal = {Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation},
	volume = {2},
	number = {4},
	issn = {2056-3485},
	url = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/rse2.26},
	doi = {10.1002/rse2.26},
	pages = {174--189},
	keywords = {{Compact biomass lidar (CBL), ecosystem properties, lidar, quantitative structure models, terrestrial lidar scanners, validation}},
	year = {2016},
}
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