Terrestrial LiDAR-based tree/stand model that can simulate light interception and photosynthesis of branches, individuals, and a stand
Keywords: first-order branch, light interception, photosynthesis, terrestrial LiDAR, tree architecture
We developed a tree/stand model that simulates light interception and photosynthesis of first-order branches individuals, and a stand. The architecture of modelled trees was generated using tree skeletons (a main trunk and basal part of first-order branches) extracted from terrestrial LiDAR data and some architectural rules to add foliage to branches.
1B Reconstructing and observing plant structure
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