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Terrestrial Laser Scanning

Programs Tagged with "Terrestrial Laser Scanning"

Coastal Sand Ecosystems
Exploring ecological and geomorphic form, process, and interaction at the land-sea junction
Geospatial Technology
The Hakai geospatial team uses cutting-edge technology to help researchers map, model, and understand the physical world.
Kwakshua Watersheds Program
With this program we seek to understand and model the flux of terrestrial materials from land to sea.

Research Elements Tagged with "Terrestrial Laser Scanning"

Landscape and Climate Controls on Terrestrial Ecosystems
Examining landscape and climate controls on ecosystem composition and function in a complex coastal-landscape mosaic.

Latest Blog Posts Tagged with "Terrestrial Laser Scanning"

Stitching Together the Data Quilt
Hakai researchers are stitching together their maps to create a single image of the coast from mountaintop to ocean floor. And ecologists can't wait to use the results.
The Fastest Way to Measure 934 Tide Pools
You can walk around the treeless shores of Wizard Islet in a matter of minutes. But even on this tiny Islet, there are a staggering 934 tide pools. Measuring the details of every single pool was almost impossible—until drones came along.

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