Mapping Topography and Forest Parameters in a Boreal Forest with Dual-Baseline TanDEM-X Data and the Two-Level Model
Paper in proceeding, 2016

In this paper, two-level model (TLM) inversion is used for unsupervised mapping of ground topography, forest height, and canopy density in boreal forests from dual-baseline, alternating bistatic mode TanDEM-X data. The TLM models forest as two discrete scattering levels, ground and vegetation, the latter with gaps. It is here shown using two alternating bistatic-mode TanDEM-X acquisitions made over the Swedish boreal test site Krycklan in September 2011 that the inverted TLM parameters can be used for mapping of ground topography and forest parameters.


Maciej Soja

Chalmers, Earth and Space Sciences, Radar Remote Sensing

Lars Ulander

Chalmers, Earth and Space Sciences, Radar Remote Sensing

11th European Conference on Synthetic Aperture Radar (EUSAR)

2197-4403 (ISSN)

978-3-8007-4228-8 (ISBN)

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Remote Sensing



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