Research data from the University of British Columbia Faculty of Forestry
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May 13, 2024 - Master of Geomatics for Environmental Management
Markou, Dimitrios, 2024, "Using LiDAR to characterize urban forest structure and composition and locate hotspots based on derived individual tree attributes", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/YMTRV0, Borealis, V1, UNF:6:ZAhqBodr3X07rp+LmFKvvQ== [fileUNF]
This study provides urban forest tree inventories for the University Endowment Lands, Pacific Spirit Regional Park, Musqueam First Nation, and Southlands of British Columbia for 2015 and 2021. It describes urban forest structure and composition based on LiDAR-derived urban forest...
May 8, 2024 - Master of Geomatics for Environmental Management
Li, Yatian, 2024, "Mangrove mapping in Saloum Delta, Senegal using Google Earth Engine Mangrove Mapping Methodology (GEEMMM)", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/7R1LL0, Borealis, V1
Mangroves provide crucial biodiversity values to the ecosystem and the carbon dioxide sequestration capacity of mangrove forests helps mitigate global climate change. Given the diverse ecosystem and economic values, mapping how mangroves change over time is important for mangrove...
May 2, 2024 - Master of Geomatics for Environmental Management
Grist, Axel, 2024, "Detection and Monitoring of Wildfire-Induced Earthflows: InSAR Time Series Analysis in the Deadman River Watershed, British Columbia", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/YUFB8F, Borealis, V2
This research investigates the efficiency of Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) in identifying and tracking changes in earthflow activity and movement post wildfire. The study was conducted in British Columbia's Deadman River Watershed, which was severely impacted b...
Apr 25, 2024 - Master of Geomatics for Environmental Management
Wu, Shijing, 2024, "Using LiDAR-based Inventories to Evaluate the Impact of Silvicultural Practices on Forest Biomass", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/DUHLYV, Borealis, V1, UNF:6:v7mF5irdBMnswMuJ9T36OA== [fileUNF]
Forests are crucial in absorbing and storing carbon in land-based ecosystems, and their proper management is essential for mitigating climate change. This study assesses the influence of silvicultural systems on the amount of forest carbon in the Boundary Timber Supply Area (TSA)...
Apr 25, 2024 - Master of Geomatics for Environmental Management
Rodger, Colin, 2024, "Hotspot analysis for mangrove restoration suitability", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/0QUMML, Borealis, V1
This research paper presents a globally replicable methodology for subnational hotspot analysis of mangrove restoration suitability. The study utilized Central America as a focal area and employed a two-phase workflow involving scripted analysis in RStudio and non-scripted applic...
Apr 24, 2024 - Master of Geomatics for Environmental Management
Rhythm, 2024, "Distribution of Berries in response to climate change", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/TSRJTS, Borealis, V1
Climate change and greenhouse gas emissions are among the most serious issues worldwide, significantly impacting biodiversity and food security. In Canada, berries such as the Saskatoon berry and Red Huckleberry hold considerable cultural, economic, and ecological value. This stu...
Apr 24, 2024 - Master of Geomatics for Environmental Management
Lavigne, Kianna, 2024, "Comparing the Accuracy of Polarimetric Synthetic Aperture Radar (PolSAR) Canopy Height Models for Forests in the Pacific Maritime and Montane Cordillera Ecozones", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/SWAZYB, Borealis, V1
Land management practices increasingly depend on detailed forest structure information, including canopy height, necessitating the adoption of advanced remote sensing methodologies. This research contributes to meeting this demand by leveraging polarimetric synthetic aperture rad...
Apr 24, 2024 - Master of Geomatics for Environmental Management
WANG, CHENYAO, 2024, "Mapping Incremental Loss of Biodiversity Through Zoning", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/WYQXQ0, Borealis, V1
As urbanization escalates, reconciling human development with ecological preservation becomes imperative. This study addresses the challenge by assessing the incremental loss of biodiversity within the District of Sechelt, British Columbia, due to land use zoning. Focusing on a r...
Apr 18, 2024 - Master of Geomatics for Environmental Management
Hu, Jessie, 2024, "Mapping Species At Risk and Of Cultural Value", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/1MNXAY, Borealis, V1, UNF:6:Y/+0AMLEWqkZChNX+ZP0HA== [fileUNF]
The escalating urbanization and human-induced land use changes have precipitated a global biodiversity crisis, imperiling indigenous ecosystems and cultural heritage. Nanaimo Regional District (NRD) in British Columbia, with its rich biodiversity and Indigenous lands, is facing t...
Apr 17, 2024 - Master of Geomatics for Environmental Management
Wang, Xinyu, 2024, "Exploring Potential Benefits of Visualizing Canopy Cover Change in 3D Gaming Engine Environment", https://doi.org/10.5683/SP3/NQ6WRX, Borealis, V1
This research explores the innovative use of a 3D gaming engine, Minetest, for visualizing changes in canopy cover change at the University of British Columbia (UBC) campus, addressing the pressing challenge of urban expansion on green spaces. We compared and visualized canopy he...
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