Lang, Megan, Greg McCarty, Bill Wilen, and Jane Awl. “Light Detection and Ranging: New Information for Improved Wetland Mapping                 and Monitoring.” National Wetlands Newsletter 32, no. 5 (2010): 10-17.

 

Pfeifer, N., B. Gorte, and D. Winterhalder. “Automatic Reconstruction of Single Trees from Terrestrial Laser Scanner Data.” In XXth                         ISPRS Congress: Proceedings of Geo-Imagery Bridging Continents, 1682-1750. Istanbul, 2004.

 

Reutebuch, Stephen E., Hans-Erik Andersen, and Robert J. McGaughey. “Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR): An Emerging Tool for                          Multiple Resource Inventory.” Journal of Forestry, September 2005: 286-292.

 

Ritchie, Jerry C. “Remote Sensing Applications to Hydrology: Airborne Laser Altimeters.” Hydrological Sciences 41 (1996): 625-636.

 

Rosell, J. R., et al. “A Tractor Mounted Scanning LiDAR for the Nondestructive Measurement of Vegetative Volume and Surface Area of               Tree-Row Plantations: A Comparison with Destructive Measurements.” Biosystems and Engineering 102, no. 2 (2009b): 128-134.

 

Rossel, J. R., et al. “Obtaining the 3D Structure of Tree Orchards from 2D Terrestrial LiDAR Scanning.” Agricultural and Forest                             Meteorology 149 (2009a): 1505-1515.

 

University of San Carlos, and DENR Region VII. Socio-Economic Planning and Environmental Study of the Four Protected Areas in Cebu Island. Vol. 1. 5 vols. Cebu City, 2000.

 

Wagner, W., A. Ullrich, V. Ducic, T. Melzer, and A. Studnicka. “Gaussian Decomposition and Calibration of a Novel Small-Footprint Full-                Wavefront Digitizing Airborne Laser Scanner.” ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing 60 (2006): 100-112.

 

Wehr, Aloysius, and Uwe Lohr. “Airborne Laser Scanning-An Introduction and Overview.” ISPRS Journal for Photogrammetry and                           Remote Sensing 54, no. 2-3 (1999): 68-82.

 

Wehr, Aloysius, and Uwe Lohr. “Airborne Laser Scanning-An Introduction and Overview.” ISPRS 54, no. 2-3 (1999): 68-82.