Supplementary Issue "Laser Scanning Applications in Geomorphology" of ZfG
Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie (Neue Folge), Volume 55, Supplementary Issue 2 "Laser Scanning Applications in Geomorphology"
This Supplementary Issue, edited by
- Norbert Pfeifer
- Andreas Roncat (both IPF)
- Johann Stötter (University of Innsbruck)
- Michael Becht (Catholic University Eichstätt-Ingolstädt)
covers various topics of laser scanning for geomorphologic purposes.
It contains the following articles:
- Bernhard Höfle and Martin Rutzinger: "Topographic airborne LiDAR in geomorphology: A technological perspective"
- Petteri Alho et al.: "Mobile laser scanning in fluvial geomorphology: mapping and change detection of point bars"
- Michael Vetter et al.: "Estimating changes of riverine landscapes and riverbeds by using airborne LiDAR data and river cross-sections"
- Martin Bimböse et al.: "Investigations on intra- and interannual coarse sediment dynamics in a high-mountain river"
- Erik Bollmann et al.: "Potential of airborne laser scanning for geomorphologic feature and process detection and quantifications in high alpine mountains"
- Patrick Fritzmann et al.: "Surface classification based on multi-temporal airborne LiDAR intensity data in high mountain environments"
The supplementary issue will presumably appear in the first quarter of 2011.