Deploying new technologies and modeling could allow field scientists and others to collect data often under safer conditions.
The National Park Service has a new tool in its fight to suppress a non-native species, lake trout, in Yellowstone Lake: LiDAR optimized for lakes.
Behind the Great Barrier Reef, Australian scientists use LIDAR mapping data to document an unstudied reef full of Halimeda bioherms.
USGS geographer Benjamin Jones used LiDAR to measure subsidence after the Anaktuvuk River Fire in Alaska, the largest tundra fire ever.
Making the rounds on social media lately is a stunning visual representation of the changes that Oregon’s Willamette River has experienced throughout the past 15,000 years. But how did the maps come about in the first place?...
Scientists at Georgia Tech are working to reduce the size of current lidar systems, while making them more accurate and quick to respond