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See the Light: LiDAR Data Help Expose Landslide Hazards
October 12, 2015
On March 22, 2014, four miles east of Oso, Wash., a portion of an unstable hill collapsed, sending mud and debris across...
Real-Time Monitoring A Hit Down Under
January 11, 2015
In the heart of Brisbane, Australia’s third most populous city, constructioncompany Watpac Australia Pty. Ltd. has a contract...
Monitoring Polar Changes: Scientists Deploy Many Tools to Measure Sea Ice Thickness
December 29, 2014
The extent of the polar ice caps is shrinking. This simple fact has been common knowledge since the late 1970s thanks to the added...
Improving Global Carbon Estimates with LiDAR
May 13, 2014
International efforts to mitigate climate change hinge on limiting global anthropogenic CO2 emissions. About 12 percent of these...
Lidar Innovations: Software Catching Up, Alternative Technologies Emerge
February 24, 2014
Throughout its history, lidar has been one of the very few technologies in which the exponential growth in the hardware’s...
Surveying Cultural Heritage
December 6, 2013
CyArk, a nonprofit organization dedicated to digitally preserving and sharing the world’s cultural heritage, uses laser...
Measuring Distant Winds: Remote Sensing for Siting Wind Turbines
July 8, 2013
Wind's contribution to energy production in the United States continues to grow. In 2011, it represented a third of all new electric...
Sensing the Forest for Fuel, Fire, and Recovery
May 6, 2013
Every year, several hundred million hectares of forest, grasslands, and other types of vegetation burn throughout the world,...
Bathymetric LiDAR: Sandy’s Coastal Impact
February 11, 2013
Detailed and accurate charting of the sea bottom along coastlines is vital for environmental monitoring and remediation,...
The Oregon Lidar Consortium
January 4, 2013
In less than six years since it was formed, the Oregon Lidar Consortium (OLC) has collected 16 million acres of high-resolution...
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