The Ecosynth project is supported by a
grant from NSF's Advances in Bioinformatics Program (2012).
The project began in Spring 2009 with support from the USFS
and the UMBC CUERE IGERT.
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resolution three-dimensional mapping of vegetation spectral dynamics using
computer vision. Remote Sensing of Environment 136:259-276. [download]
Dandois, J. P. and E. C. Ellis. 2010. Remote sensing of
vegetation structure using computer vision.
Zahawi, R., J.P. Dandois, K.D. Holl, D. Nadwodny, L.J. Reid, and
Ellis. 2015. Using lightweight unmanned aerial vehicles to monitor tropical
Biological Conservation 186:287–295. [download]
Dandois, J.P., D. Nadwodny, E. Anderson, A. Bofto, M. Baker, and E.C. Ellis.
2015. Forest census and map data for two temperate deciduous forest edge
woodlot patches in Baltimore, Maryland, USA.