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Disaster Landscape Attribution: Low Cost 3D Monitoring of Fuel Hazard
Disaster Landscape Attribution: Low Cost 3D Monitoring of Fuel Hazard
18 Aug 2015

Disaster Landscape Attribution: Low Cost 3D Monitoring of Fuel Hazard

In the last decade A range of sensing technologies, techniques and platforms have emerged to capture 3D structural information. This project explores these systems as alternative quantitative solutions to traditional fuel hazard and fire severity evaluations. 

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Samuel Hillman

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