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Using unmanned aerial vehicles and wildlife camera trapping for the early assessment of road reclamation effects in Northern Ontario
The forest industry has been performing forest road reclamation to regenerate forests after harvest, to maintain wildlife habitat and to limit forest access by the public, all to help maintain large, contiguous wild forests. ...
Analysis of using unmanned aerial vehicles in forestry
Unmanned aerial vehicles are a growing market within the forestry industry. They provide opportunities for enhancement of data collection, monitoring of wildlife, forest fire detection and monitoring, compliance monitoring ...
Using planet labs imagery to track caribou: a pilot study
Using satellite imagery from an earth imaging company called Planet Labs, this study aimed to see whether Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou) could be tracked through a disturbance path left by migrating herds. ...
Position control of a quadrotor UAV using stereo computer vision
Quadrotors are a recent popular consumer product, prompting further developments with regards to combining attitude and position control for such unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). The quadrotor’s attitude (orientation) ...
Lichen detectability under varying canopy closure
Monitoring lichen distribution is of increasing concern as mapping is critical in characterizing habitat for woodland caribou. Aerial photography collected using drones, the method used for this study, is a common method ...