Airborne Mapping for Bushfire Recovery
2019/20 Cudlee Creek and Kangaroo Island Fires
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CIR-image of burnt and un-burnt land
red: un-burnt; black: burnt (or water)
3m-wide crosssection (see line above)
through Lidar pointcloud coloured with CIR.
Note the partially burnt trees.
There are now also two 3D-interactive views of the Lidar pointcloud - click the image - and make sure you set POTREE to "High Quality".
Zoom in to individual tree size.
To our amazement, we even found two eagles
soaring over the forest. And yes, these are eagles, the lager one has a wingspan of 1.48m.
Check it out yourself in the POTREE animation !
The grey scale images were rendered using RVT - Relief Visualization Toolbox Version 2.0
Kokalj, Žiga, Klemen Zakšek and Krištof Oštir. 2011. Application of Sky-View Factor for the Visualization of Historic
Landscape Features in Lidar-Derived Relief Models. Antiquity 85 (327): 263–273.
Zakšek, Klemen, Krištof Oštir and Žiga Kokalj. 2011. Sky-View Factor as a Relief Visualization Technique. Remote Sensing 3: 398–415.