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Zach Uhlmann to present at Snow-Ex

BCAL’s Zach Uhlmann will present Correlating Snow Depth Distribution to Forest Canopy at the SnowEx Workshop to be held on August 8 – 10, 2017, in Longmont, Colorado. If you are planning on attending, go visit him to learn about point … (Read More) Zach Uhlmann to present at Snow-Ex

Video of bat cave habitat and TLS

A brief introduction to whitenose syndrome and a demonstration of the multiple ways the Idaho Army National Guard is using remote sensing technology along with in situ monitoring to take a proactive approach to the management of whitenose syndrome. Produced … (Read More) Video of bat cave habitat and TLS

Weiser River Animation

A demonstration of integrating Airborne LiDAR, Terrestrial Laser Scanning, and 3D GIS for application to the potential Weiser River dam, Idaho. Produced in partnership with the Idaho National Laboratory, Boise. (Read More) Weiser River Animation

Biomass estimation using full-waveform TLS

BCAL is developing methods to estimate biomass of sagebrush and western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis var. occidentalis Hook) at the individual shrub/tree level. 3D point cloud data from a full-waveform terrestrial laser scanner (TLS) are used, along with data processing techniques for the biomass estimates. Sixteen … (Read More) Biomass estimation using full-waveform TLS

BCAL and INL awarded grant to monitor water resources

Idaho State University’s Department of Geosciences and the Idaho National Laboratory have received an $855,000 federal grant to develop and process remote-sensing technologies that will help communities monitor water resources and vegetation. This project is a jump-start to the newly … (Read More) BCAL and INL awarded grant to monitor water resources