Marine & Environmental Sciences Faculty Articles
The Emerging Role of LiDAR Remote Sensing in Coastal Research and Resource Management Full Access
Journal of Coastal Research
LiDAR, Laser altimetry, Remote sensing, Coastal mapping, Benthic habitats, Storm hazards, Shoreline change, Dune vegetation
Special Issue 53
Knowledge of coastal elevation is an essential requirement for resource management and scientific research. Recognizing the vast potential of lidar remote sensing in coastal studies, this Special Issue includes a collection of articles intended to represent the state-of-the-art for lidar investigations of nearshore submerged and emergent ecosystems, coastal morphodynamics, and hazards due to sea-level rise and severe storms. Some current applications for lidar remote sensing described in this Special Issue include bluegreen wavelength lidar used for submarine coastal benthic environments such as coral reef ecosystems, airborne lidar used for shoreline mapping and coastal change detection, and temporal waveform-resolving lidar used for vegetation mapping.
John C. Brock and Samuel J. Purkis. 2009. The Emerging Role of LiDAR Remote Sensing in Coastal Research and Resource Management Full Access .Journal of Coastal Research , (Special Issue 53) : 1 -5. https://nsuworks.nova.edu/occ_facarticles/249.
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