The inventory of Natural Capital aims at compiling comprehensive facts and figures that list, describe and quantify the status of natural resources such as soil, water and biodiversity at a given locality. Inventory techniques vary from ground surveys, to proximal and remote sensing of the natural environment. When performed periodically, inventories are useful to extract trends and changes and thus may serve as screening and monitoring tools.
- Development of a real-time tree monitoring system using high-tech plant sensors and modeling
- Carbon inventories in tropical forests in the Congo Basin
- Fusion of LiDAR and hyperspectral data for tree species mapping in closed forest canopies
- X-ray CT-based tree ring analysis