Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

N. Homainejad, S. Zlatanova, N. Pfeifer, S. Sepasgozar:
"A Methodology for an Automated Three-Dimensional Heathland Assessment Workflow in Support of Bushfire Behaviour Modelling";
Talk: 3rd Built Environment Research Forum, Sydney, Australia; 2021-12-01; in: "Proceedings of the 3rd Built Environment Research Forum", Environmental Sciences Proceedings / MDPI, 12 / 1 (2021), ISSN: 2673-4931; 24-1 - 24-4.

English abstract:
Bushfires are an intrinsic part of Australia, especially in the Blue Mountains (11,400 km2), New South Wales (NSW). This region is dominated by fire-prone vegetation, such as heathland. Heathlands occupy a small portion of the Blue Mountains, less than 2%, but are highly combustible and can transition surface to crown fire. Three-dimensional vegetation models are essential for effective bushfire behaviour modelling and efficient bushfire combat. Therefore, this paper outlines the motivation for an automated three-dimensional heathland model and the workflow for implementing this model in support of bushfire behaviour modelling.

voxel; point cloud; heathland; 3D modelling

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