PFG Special Issue on forest inventory released

PFG Special Issue on forest inventory released

December 6, 2017

Cover of the current PFG Special Issue

The Special Issue of Photogramemtrie, Fernerkundung, Geoinformation (PFG) entitled “Remote Sensing-assisted Forest Inventory” edited by Dr. Hooman Latifi from University of Würzburg and Prof. Dr. Barbara Koch from University of Freiburg has been finally published by Springer. The SI includes 6 peer-reviewed research works from international scholars summarizing the state-of-the-art in the application of spaceborne and airborne remote sensing for the inventory and analysis of forest entities.

Whereas an Editorial Note from Latifi and Koch (2017) can be found here, the full content of the SI embracing all the research works can be retrieved here.

 

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