Video Presentations

Below are links to video recordings of lectures by faculty and students of the Precision Forestry Cooperative. They are hosted by the Rural Technology Initiative, also located in the School of Forest Resources.

2011

Biofuels Bandwagon. Luke Rogers. GIS Day Lightning Talks. University of Washington, Seattle. November 16, 2011.

It’s a Laser of Love. Jeff Richardson. GIS Day Lightning Talks. University of Washington, Seattle. November 16, 2011.

Object-based Classification of Semi-arid Wetlands in Eastern Washington, Meghan Halabisky, 8th Annual School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Graduate Student Symposium. University of Washington, Seattle. February 25, 2011.

Vegetation Sampling at the Speed of Light, Jeff Richardson, 8th Annual School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Graduate Student Symposium. University of Washington, Seattle. February 25, 2011.

2010

Where to Start on a Market Based Conservation Strategy. Luke Rogers. Northwest Environmental Forum, University of Washington, Seattle. October 18-19, 2010.

2008

Beyond ground surface models: ecological applications of terrestrial and aerial LiDAR, College of Forest Resources Centers: Annual Research Review University of Washington, Seattle April 18, 2008.

Estimating Leaf Area Index from Aerial LiDAR, Jeffrey Richardson, 5th Annual College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium, University of Washington, Seattle, February 29, 2008.

Non-destructive Prediction of Product Stiffness in Douglas-fir Trees and Logs basic relationships and influence of growing conditions, David Briggs, Director, Stand Management & Precision Forestry Cooperatives - College of Forest Resources Centers: Annual Research Review University of Washington, Seattle April 18, 2008.

Reconstruction of 3D Tree Structure from LiDAR with Color of Aerial Photos, Akira Kato, 5th Annual College of Forest Resources Graduate Student Symposium, University of Washington, Seattle, February 29, 2008.

2007

Biomass Estimation Using LIDAR. L. Monika Moskal. Research and Technology Showcase: “Biofuels and Bioenergy”. University of Washington, Seattle. November 3, 2007.

College of Forest Resources Analytical Approach to Build on the Forest Futures Studies for Working Forest Retention and Respond to the 2007 Legislative Proviso, Panel Discussion Included Sándor Tóth, Northwest Environmental Forum, September 17-18, 2007 University of Washington, Seattle.

Lessons Learned for Working Forest Acquisition and Retention: Assessments, Critiques, and Strategies, Breakout Group Panel Reports, Panel Discussion Included Sándor Tóth, Northwest Environmental Forum, September 17-18, 2007 University of Washington, Seattle..

Using Acoustics to Estimate Wood Quality and Value along the Tree-to-Product Chain, David Briggs, Precision Forestry & Stand Management Cooperatives Annual Update of Research, College of Forest Resources Centers, University of Washington, Seattle May 17, 2007.

2006

Hyperspectral, Multispectral, LiDAR Sensing and Data Fusion for Forest Habitats, L. Monika Moskal, Remote Sensing Workshop for Riparian Studies, November 1, 2006. Held at the University of Washington Botanic Gardens, Center for Urban Horticulture, Seattle, WA.

A Better Forest Inventory Approach for Assessing Forest Structure, Supply, and Uses, David Briggs, Director, Precision Forestry Cooperative, Future of Washington's Forests Roundtable October 30-31, 2006, University of Washington Botanic Gardens, Seattle.