His main research concerns Remote sensing, Canopy, Lidar, Tree canopy and Radiative transfer. His work carried out in the field of Remote sensing brings together such families of science as Point cloud, Leaf area index and Laser scanning. The Laser scanning study combines topics in areas such as Sampling and Scanner.
His work often combines Lidar and Offset studies. His Tree canopy research includes themes of Multispectral pattern recognition, Backscatter, Normalized Difference Vegetation Index and Understory. His Radiative transfer research incorporates themes from Decision rule and Imaging spectrometer.
Felix Morsdorf mainly investigates Remote sensing, Laser scanning, Lidar, Canopy and Tree canopy. His studies deal with areas such as Vegetation, Radiative transfer, Leaf area index and Imaging spectrometer as well as Remote sensing. His Laser scanning research integrates issues from Tree, Point cloud and Digital elevation model.
His Lidar study deals with Terrain intersecting with Stratification. In his research, Backscatter is intimately related to Normalized Difference Vegetation Index, which falls under the overarching field of Canopy. His Tree canopy research includes elements of Mixture model, Hemispherical photography, Characterization and Sampling.
Felix Morsdorf mostly deals with Remote sensing, Laser scanning, Tree canopy, Tree and Atmospheric radiative transfer codes. Remote sensing is represented through his Lidar and Imaging spectroscopy research. His work in Laser scanning covers topics such as Point cloud which are related to areas like Terrestrial laser scanning, Radiative transfer, Laser and Ground truth.
His Tree canopy study incorporates themes from Species evenness and Leaf area index. His work focuses on many connections between Tree and other disciplines, such as Atmospheric sciences, that overlap with his field of interest in Extinction. Felix Morsdorf interconnects Sampling, Temperate rainforest and Forest ecology in the investigation of issues within Canopy.
His primary areas of study are Remote sensing, Canopy, Lidar, Tree canopy and Laser scanning. His Remote sensing study combines topics in areas such as Atmospheric radiative transfer codes, Carbon cycle and Water cycle. In the field of Canopy, his study on Understory overlaps with subjects such as Occlusion.
The concepts of his Lidar study are interwoven with issues in Vegetation, Voxel, Leaf area index and Algorithm. His Laser scanning research incorporates elements of Ray tracing, Point cloud and Data mining.
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Estimation of LAI and fractional cover from small footprint airborne laser scanning data based on gap fraction
Felix Morsdorf;Benjamin Kötz;Erich Meier;K.I. Itten.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2006)
LIDAR-based geometric reconstruction of boreal type forest stands at single tree level for forest and wildland fire management
Felix Morsdorf;Erich Meier;Benjamin Kötz;Klaus I. Itten.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2004)
An International Comparison of Individual Tree Detection and Extraction Using Airborne Laser Scanning
Harri Kaartinen;Juha Hyyppä;Xiaowei Yu;Mikko Vastaranta.
Remote Sensing (2012)
Forest Canopy Gap Fraction From Terrestrial Laser Scanning
F.M. Danson;D. Hetherington;F. Morsdorf;B. Koetz.
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters (2007)
Multi-source land cover classification for forest fire management based on imaging spectrometry and LiDAR data
B. Koetz;F. Morsdorf;S. van der Linden;T. Curt.
Forest Ecology and Management (2008)
Assessing forest structural and physiological information content of multi-spectral LiDAR waveforms by radiative transfer modelling
Felix Morsdorf;Felix Morsdorf;Caroline Nichol;Timothy Malthus;Iain H. Woodhouse.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2009)
Radiative transfer modeling within a heterogeneous canopy for estimation of forest fire fuel properties
Benjamin Kötz;Michael Schaepman;Felix Morsdorf;Paul Bowyer.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2004)
Mapping functional diversity from remotely sensed morphological and physiological forest traits.
Fabian D. Schneider;Felix Morsdorf;Bernhard Schmid;Owen L. Petchey.
Nature Communications (2017)
Inversion of a lidar waveform model for forest biophysical parameter estimation
B. Koetz;F. Morsdorf;G. Sun;K.J. Ranson.
IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Letters (2006)
Fusion of imaging spectrometer and LIDAR data over combined radiative transfer models for forest canopy characterization
Benjamin Koetz;Guoqing Sun;Felix Morsdorf;K.J. Ranson.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2007)
Remote Sensing of Environment
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