Allgöwer Britta

SPREAD - high resolution fuel parameter assessment with laserscanning and hyperspectroscopy

Project Number: CH-1940
Project Type: Research_Project
Project Duration: 10/01/2001 - 09/30/2004 project completed
Funding Source: EU ,
Project Leader: Dr. Britta Allgöwer


e-Mail: britta.allgoewer(at)academiaraetica.ch
Metadata: http://www.parcs.ch/snp/mmd_fullentry.php?docu_id=5503

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Research Areas:
Landscape

Disciplines:
environmental sciences
forestry
engineering sciences
general biology


Publications:
Morsdorf F., Koetz B., Itten K., Isenegger D., Allgöwer B. 2005. Sensitivity of a Forest Fire Behavior Model to High Resolution. In: Proceedings of the 5th International Workshop on Remote Sensing and GIS Applications to Forest Fire Management: Fire Effects Assessment: 97-100

Koetz, B., Kneubuehler, M., Schopfer, J., Schaepman, M.E., Itten, K.I. 2005. Influence of changing background on CHRISProba data over an heterogeneous canopy. In: Imaging Spectroscopy - New Quality in Environmental Studies, 4th Workshop on Imaging Spectroscopy, Warsaw, 27-29 April 2005.

Koetz, B., Kneubuehler, M., Widlowski, J-L;,Schaepman, M.E., Itten, K.I. 2005. Assessment of Canopy Structure and Heterogeneity from Multi-angular CHRIS-PROBA Data. In: Imaging Spectroscopy - New Quality in Environmental Studies, 4th Workshop on Imaging Spectroscopy, Warsaw, 27-29 April 2005.

Koetz B., and Morsdorf F., Sun G., Ranson KJ, Itten K., Allgower B. 2006. Inversion of a lidar waveform model for forest biophysical parameter estimation. IEEE GEOSCIENCE AND REMOTE SENSING LETTERS 3 1 49-53


Last update: 3/20/18
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