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Biodiversity & Ecology

 Land cover dynamics    Research article    Open Access 

Potential use of 3D-derived products generated from unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) imagery for monitoring forest degradation and woodland structure changes in the Namibian dry woodlands


Nichola M. Knox*, Ben J. Strohbach and Vera De Cauwer

Article first published online: 24 April 2018

DOI: 10.7809/b-e.00349

*Corresponding author contact: nknox@nust.na

Biodiversity & Ecology  (Biodivers. Ecol.)

Climate change and adaptive land management in southern Africa - assessments, changes, challenges, and solutions,
edited by Rasmus Revermann, Kristin M. Krewenka, Ute Schmiedel, Jane M. Olwoch, Jörg Helmschrot & Norbert Jürgens
Volume 6, pages 378-379, April 2018
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English

Abstract: not available

Suggested citation:
Knox, N.M., Strohbach, B.J. & De Cauwer, V. (2018) Potential use of 3D-derived products generated from unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) imagery for monitoring forest degradation and woodland structure changes in the Namibian dry woodlands In: Climate change and adaptive land management in southern Africa – assessments, changes, challenges, and solutions (ed. by Revermann, R., Krewenka, K.M., Schmiedel, U., Olwoch, J.M., Helmschrot, J. & Jürgens, N.), pp. 378-379, Biodiversity & Ecology, 6, Klaus Hess Publishers, Göttingen & Windhoek. doi:10.7809/b-e.00349