Ground lidar scans and ancillary data

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Ground lidar, also known as Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS), is a ranging instrument that provides detailed 3D measurements directly related to the quantity and distribution of plant materials in the canopy. Measurements can be used for applications requiring quantification of vegetation structure parameters, tree and stand reconstruction, and terrain analysis. Scans have been collected in Australia using two Riegl VZ400 waveform recording TLS instruments. Single scan raw point and waveform data in the sensors own coordinate system [RXP].
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