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Institute for Forest Growth (IWW) and Department of Remote Sensing and Land Information Systems (FeLis),
Faculty of Forest And Environmental Sciences - Albert-Ludwigs-University Freiburg
Project supported by
Information about the current state of and recent changes in landscape-creating elements and scenery (such as forests, lakes, meadows, etc.) are important basics for environmental assessment on different administrative levels.
During the last few years airborne as well as terrestrial laser scanning techniques have developed tremendously and now play an important role in landscape assessment. In addition to airborne laser scanning which has been successfully introduced as a means of collecting information on a regional level, terrestrial laser scanners can be used on a smaller scale to derive higher precision information.
Recent instruments, processing methods and their possibilities for use in forest and landscape assessment will be presented at this international conference.
The conference is regarded as a follow-up of the ScanLaser meeting held in Umeå, September 2003. It is aspired that terrestrial and airborne laser scanning are considered in a balanced way.
The aims of the conference are to
Emmanuel Baltsavias (Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETH Zürich)
James B. Blair (Lab. for Terrestrial Physics, NASA)
Dieter Fritsch (Institute for Photogrammetry, University of Stuttgart)
Klaus von Gadow (Institute of Forest Management, University of Göttingen)
Juha Hyyppa (Finnish Geodetic Institute)
Alfred Kleusberg (Institute for Navigation, University of Stuttgart)
Barbara Koch (Dep. Remote Sensing and Landscape Information Systems, University of Freiburg)
Michael A. Lefsky (Dep. of Forest, Rangeland and Watership Stewardship, Colorado State University)
Steen Magnussen (Pacific Forestry Center, Natural Resources Canada)
Erik Næsset (Agricultural University of Norway)
Håkan Olsson (Dep. of Forest Resource Management and Geomatics, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences)
Risto T. M. Päivinen (European Forest Institute)
Mathias Schardt (Joanneum Research, Graz)
Stephen Sheppard (Department of Forest Resources Management, University of British Columbia)
Heinrich Spiecker (Institute for Forest Growth, University of Freiburg)
George Vosselman (ITC Enschede)
Alyosius Wehr (Institute for Navigation, University of Stuttgart)