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DIABOLO

Title
Distributed, integrated and harmonised forest information for bioeconomy outlooks
Funding
EC | H2020 | RIA
Call
H2020-ISIB-2014-2
Contract (GA) number
633464
Start Date
2015/03/01
End Date
2019/02/28
Open Access mandate
yes
Data Pilot
no
Organizations
INIA, Bund Ausb Land, IGN, NIBIO, LUKE, NFCSO -DVMP, UPAT, ESTEA, GIGA, USC, UFR-IMTEK, UNIVERSITY OF BELGRADE-FACULTY OF FORESTRY, ICAS, NFC NATIONAL FOREST CENTRE, FR, CREA, JR, DAFM, ICAS, ISA, UNFU, FVA, UCPH, THUE, NUID UCD, GIS, SLU, WSL, INRA, IIASA, ASU, LSFRI SILAVA, SKOG, UPM, UHUL FMI
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  • Empirical coverage of model-based variance estimators for remote sensing assisted estimation of stand-level timber volume

    Breidenbach, Johannes; McRoberts, Ronald E.; Astrup, Rasmus (2016)
    Projects: EC | DIABOLO (633464)
    Due to the availability of good and reasonably priced auxiliary data, the use of model-based regression-synthetic estimators for small area estimation is popular in operational settings. Examples are forest management inventories, where a linking model is used in combination with airborne laser scanning data to estimate stand-level forest parameters where no or too few observations are collected within the stand. This paper focuses on different approaches to estimating the variances of those ...

    Modelling the vertical distribution of canopy fuel load using national forest inventory and low-density airbone laser scanning data

    Gonz?lez-Ferreiro, Eduardo; Arellano-P?rez, St?fano; Castedo-Dorado, Fernando; Hevia, Andrea; Vega, Jos? Antonio; Vega-Nieva, Daniel; ?lvarez-Gonz?lez, Juan Gabriel; Ruiz-Gonz?lez, Ana Dar?a (2017)
    Projects: EC | DIABOLO (633464)
    The fuel complex variables canopy bulk density and canopy base height are often used to predict crown fire initiation and spread. Direct measurement of these variables is impractical, and they are usually estimated indirectly by modelling. Recent advances in predicting crown fire behaviour require accurate estimates of the complete vertical distribution of canopy fuels. The objectives of the present study were to model the vertical profile of available canopy fuel in pine stand...

    The role of European National Forest Inventories for international forestry reporting

    Vidal , Claude; Alberdi , Iciar; Redmond , John; Vestman , Martin; Lanz , Adrian; Schadauer , Klemens (2016)
    Projects: EC | DIABOLO (633464)
    International audience; AbstractKey messageDespite agreements on definitions, the national data provided for international reporting are lacking comparability. To address this limitation the European National Forest Inventory Network has established criteria to harmonise definitions and to provide tools to transform national data into internationally comparable data.ContextForest reporting presents a series of challenges for countries, owing to diverse processes at international level such as...
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