Theses and Dissertations

2009

Li, Yuzhen. 2009 Towards small-foorprint AirborneLiDAR-assisted large scale operational forest inventory, PhD dissertation, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. 118 pp.

2008

Cooke, Andrew. 2008. Analysis of LiDAR-derived bare ground model accuracy in Southern California chaparral. M.S. Thesis, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, 123pp.

Kim, Sooyoung 2008. Individual tree species identification using LIDAR-derived crown structure and intensity data. Ph.D. Thesis, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, 124pp.

Richardson, Jeff, 2008. Estimating Leaf Area Index from Aerial Discrete-return LIDAR at the Washington Park Arboretum. M.S. Thesis, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, 42pp.

Strunk, Jacob. 2008. Two-Stage Forest Inventory with LIDAR on the Ft. Lewis Military Installation. M.S. Thesis, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington,

Sullivan, Alicia. 2008. LIDAR Based Delineation in Forest Stands. M.S. Thesis, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, 82pp

Thienel, Gonzalo 2008. Nondestructive evaluation of wood stiffness in standing Douglas-fir trees in Western Washington and Western Oregon. M.S. Thesis, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, 125pp.

2007

Clarkin, Tobey, 2007. Modeling Global Navigation Satellite System Positional Error under Forest Canopy based on LIDAR-Derived Canopy Densities. M.S. Thesis, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, 99pp.

Krogstad, Finn 2007. Evaluating the validity of research implications. Ph.D. Thesis, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, 79pp.

2003

Andersen, Hans-Erik 2003. Estimation of critical forest structure metrics through the spatial analysis of airborne laser scanner data. Ph.D. Thesis, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, 176pp.

Damian, Florentiu 2003. Cross-drain placement to reduce sediment delivery from forest roads to streams. M.S. Thesis, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, 225pp.

Hoyt, Sean 2003. Improving the C. Frank Brockman Memorial Tree Tour with radio frequency identification (RFID) and a personal digital assistant (PDA). M.S. Thesis, College of Engineering, University of Washington, 88pp.

Pittman, Samuel 2003. Multilevel planning in forestry. Ph.D. Thesis, College of Forest Resources, University of Washington, 118pp.

Yusuf, Adnan 2003. Fabric draping of LiDAR data for forest canopy visualization. M.S.M.E. Thesis, College of Engineering, University of Washington, 214pp.

2002

Zheng, Jianyang 2002. Performance evaluation of the GPS/INS integrated system in forest environment and urban area. M.S.C.E. Thesis, College of Engineering, University of Washington, 53pp.