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Measuring Glacier Surface Velocities With LiDAR: A Comparison of Three-Dimensional Change Detection Methods
Using airborne and terrestrial LiDAR data from glaciers in Greenland and Antarctica, we compare three change detection methods for accuracy and performance. We focus in particular on one method, Coherent Point Drift (CPD). ...
Active and Passive Sensor Fusion for Terrestrial Hyperspectral Image Shadow Detection and Restoration
Acquisition of hyperspectral imagery (HSI) from cameras mounted on terrestrial platforms is a relatively recent development that enables spectral analysis of dominantly vertical structures such as geologic outcrops. Although ...
LiDAR-Based Change Detection for Earthquake Surface Ruptures
Determination of near-fault ground deformation during and after an earthquake is key to understanding the physics of earthquakes. Observations with high spatial resolution and accuracy of natural faults that have experienced ...
Fusion of Full Waveform LiDAR and Passive Remote Sensing for Improved Land-Cover Classification
Land-cover classification is a crucial step in interpreting remote sensing data, and the accuracy determines the reliability of the product for further downstream applications. Hyperspectral sensors have been widely utilized ...