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Integrating forest inventory and analysis data into a LIDAR-based carbon monitoring systemAuthor(s): Kristofer D. Johnson; Richard Birdsey; Andrew O Finley; Anu Swantaran; Ralph Dubayah; Craig Wayson; Rachel Riemann
Source: Carbon Balance and Management. 9(3): 3.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionForest Inventory and Analysis (FIA) data may be a valuable component of a LIDAR-based carbon monitoring system, but integration of the two observation systems is not without challenges. To explore integration methods, two wall-to-wall LIDAR-derived biomass maps were compared to FIA data at both the plot and county levels in Anne Arundel and Howard Counties in Maryland. Allometric model-related errors were also considered.
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CitationJohnson, Kristofer D.; Birdsey, Richard; O Finley, Andrew; Swantaran, Anu; Dubayah, Ralph; Wayson, Craig; Riemann, Rachel. 2014. Integrating forest inventory and analysis data into a LIDAR-based carbon monitoring system. Carbon Balance and Management. 9(3): 3.
KeywordsAboveground biomass, Carbon, Inter-comparison, LIDAR, Forest inventory and analysis
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