Canadian Forest Service Publications
Publications by D.A. Hill
Radar Forest Height Estimation in Mountainous Terrain Using Tandem-X Coherence Data. 2018. Chen, H., Cloude, S.R., Goodenough, D.G., Hill, D.A., Nesdoly, A. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, Volume: 11, Issue: 10.
Mapping of Scotch Broom (Cytisus scoparius) with Landsat Imagery. 2016. Hill, D.A.; Prasad, R.; Leckie, D.G. Weed Technology, 30:539–558.
Spruce budworm damage assessment in northern forests from high resolution satellite imagery. 2003. Leckie, D.G.; Cloney, E.; Gougeon, F.A.; Hill, D.A.; Shand, A.; Alfaro, R.I. Page in Proceedings of the 25th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing (CDROM), October 14-17, 2003, Montreal, Quebec. Canadian Remote Sensing Society, Otttawa, Ontario.
Combined high-density lidar and multispectral imagery for individual tree crown analysis. 2003. Leckie, D.G.; Gougeon, F.A.; Hill, D.A.; Quinn, R.; Armstrong, L.; Shreenan, R. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 29(5): 633-649.
International forum: automated interpretation of high spatial resolution digital imagery for forestry. 1999. Hill, D.A.; Leckie, D.G., Editors., February 10-12, 1998, Victoria, British Columbia. Natural Resources Canada, Canadian Forest Service, Pacific Forestry Centre, Victoria, BC. 399 p.
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