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USING READY-to-USE DRONE IMAGES in FORESTRY ACTIVITIES: CASE STUDY of CINARPINAR in KAHRAMANMARAS, TURKEY
(Copernicus Gesellschaft Mbh, 2017)
This short paper aims to present pros and cons of current usage of ready-to-use drone images in the field of forestry also considering flight planning and photogrammetric processes. The capabilities of DJI Phantom 4, which ...
Evaluating capabilities of using thermal imagery for detecting impacts of forest operations on residual forests
(European Space Agency, 2016)
Remote sensing technologies potentially provide important advantages in forest operations by reducing the workload of forestry, evaluating the large areas with less time, and making straight forward plans. Recently, ...
THE SPATIOTEMPORAL LAND USE/COVER CHANGE of ADANA CITY
(Copernicus Gesellschaft Mbh, 2013)
The major driving factors for land use planning are largely limited to socio-economic inputs that do not completely represent the spatio-temporal patterns and ecological inputs have often been neglected. Integration of ...