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Enhanced Visualisation Capability for Forest Management Optimisation Results - presented at the International Congress on Modelling and Simulation
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Despite the adoption of heuristic search algorithms for optimising large-scale spatial harvesting mainly constrained for socio-economic and environmental concerns, visualisation of landscape outcomes is still in the domain of 2-D GIS maps. This paper looks at the potential use of airborne scanning lidar for visualisation that can be used to view modelled spatial harvesting scenarios from optimisation models and thus provide decision-makers with a capability to qualitatively improve on any optimisation scenario
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