FIELDWORK and Airborne laser scanning of post mining site

LiDAR data was acquired for project awarded by Czech Science Foundation and parallel field work to gather validation data has started. Project aim is fusion of LiDAR and multispectral/hyperspectral data to assess physiographic diversity of post-mining sites. LiDAR data was collected over study area in May 2017 by CZECHGLOBE Flying Laboratory of Imaging Systems (FLIS) equipped with full-waveform laser scanner Riegl-Q780. The scanner has rotating polygon mirror and scans in parallel lines. The scan field of view is 60° and the wavelength is 1064 nm. Data collection flights were conducted at 1030 m above ground with a velocity of 110kn, with 55% flight line side overlap providing density of 7.61 points per square meter.

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