Martin Queinnec

Martin Queinnec
University of British Columbia - Vancouver | UBC · Department of Forest Resources Management

Master of Science

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An increasing number of jurisdictions are integrating airborne laser scanning (ALS) into forest inventory programs to produce spatially explicit and accurate inventories of forest resources. However, wall-to-wall ALS coverage relative to the total area of managed forest remains limited in large forest nations such as Canada, wherein logistics, cost...
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Single-photon lidar (SPL100) is a recently commercialized airborne lidar system facilitating efficient wide-area acquisitions of high-density point clouds due to its capacity for higher altitude acquisitions compared to traditional linear-mode lidar (LML) systems. Increased acquisition efficiency and point densities make SPL100 attractive for fores...
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The monitoring of forested ecosystems relies on an accurate description of forest structure. The Ice, Cloud and land Elevation Satellite-2 (ICESat-2), launched in September 2018, carries the Advanced Topographic Laser Altimeter System (ATLAS), a Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) instrument capable of detecting individual photons reflected back fr...
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Light detection and ranging (lidar) data acquired from airborne or spaceborne platforms have revolutionized measurement and mapping of forest attributes. Airborne data are often either acquired using multiple overlapped flight lines to provide complete coverage of an area of interest, or using transects to sample a given population. Spaceborne lida...
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The uptake of technologies such as airborne laser scanning (ALS) and more recently digital aerial photogrammetry (DAP) enable the characterization of 3-dimensional (3D) forest structure. These forest structural attributes are widely applied in the development of modern enhanced forest inventories. As an alternative to extensive ALS or DAP based for...
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The value of combining Landsat time series and airborne laser scanning (ALS) data to produce regional maps of forest structure has been well documented. However, studies are often performed over single study areas or forest types, preventing a robust assessment of the approaches that produce the most accurate estimates. Here, we use Landsat time se...

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