Airborne Laser Altimetry for Strategic Habitat Conservation Planning on National Wildlife Refuge Lands

Spatial data layers, predictive model outcomes, and GIS maps describing wildlife habitat relationships are now standard tools for guiding wildlife management and monitoring, and for targeting conservation actions in places where they have the greatest impact (Craighead and Convis 2013). Therefore, it’s not hard to imagine why airborne LiDAR has rapidly become one of the most highly desired geospatial technologies for natural resource management and planning.

Airborne Laser Altimetry for Strategic Habitat Conservation

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