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Hulskemper, Daan (author)
The Earth's landscapes are shaped by processes eroding, transporting, and depositing material over various timespans and spatial scales. To understand these surface activities and mitigate potential hazards they inflict, knowledge is needed of their occurrences and properties. Near-continuous terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) enables the...
master thesis 2023
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Hulskemper, D. (author), Anders, K. (author), Antolínez, José A. Á. (author), Kuschnerus, M. (author), Höfle, B. (author), Lindenbergh, R.C. (author)
The Earth's landscapes are shaped by processes eroding, transporting and depositing material over various timespans and spatial scales. To understand these surface activities and mitigate potential hazards they inflict (e.g., the landward movement of a shoreline), knowledge is needed on the occurrences and impact of these activities. Near...
journal article 2022
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Joosse, Xander (author)
In order to understand the long term behavior of intertidal ridge-runnel systems high resolution spatial and temporal data covering extended periods of time is needed. Such datasets are still rare but are becoming more available through the usage of remote sensing technologies such as Argus and Terrestrial Laser Scanning. A three month period ...
master thesis 2021
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Anders, K.P. (author), Winiwarter, L. (author), Mara, H. (author), Lindenbergh, R.C. (author), Vos, S.E. (author), Höfle, B. (author)
Near-continuously acquired terrestrial laser scanning (TLS) data contains valuable information on natural surface dynamics. An important step in geographic analyses is to detect different types of changes that can be observed in a scene. For this, spatiotemporal segmentation is a time series-based method of surface change analysis that...
journal article 2021
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