High resolution orthophotos of a 2 year old (E10) and a 1 year old (A50) reforestation with western redcedar and douglas fir seedlings and cuttings at UBC's Malcolm Knapp Research Forest. The final average ground sampling distance for E10 was 2.02cm and A050 was 2.33cm.
The data was originally obtained to assess the impact of microsite conditions on the development of seedlings and cuttings in the first years after planting.
Please contact us for additional information about the location of these research plots, as well as the trial design.
The dataset includes Ortho and DSM files. Aerial images obtained by https://www.fybrsolutions.com (Prince George, BC/ Vancouver, BC).
The associated research is generously supported by IMAJO cedar management fund.
High resolution aerial imagery - 2 year old Douglas fir - Western redcedar reforestation, coastal BC
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