Data from: Using terrestrial laser scanning data to estimate large tropical trees biomass and calibrate allometric models: a comparison with traditional destructive approach

Stéphane Momo Takoudjou, Pierre Ploton, Bonaventure Sonké, Jan Hackenberg, Sébastien Griffon, Francois De Coligny, Narcisse Guy Kamdem, Moses Libalah, Gislain Mofack, Gilles Le Moguédec, Raphaël Pélissier & Nicolas Barbier
1. Calibration of local, regional or global allometric equations to estimate biomass at the tree level constitutes a significant burden on projects aiming at reducing Carbon emissions from forest degradation and deforestation. The objective of this contribution is to assess the precision and accuracy of Terrestrial Laser Scanning (TLS) for estimating volumes and above-ground biomass (AGB) of the woody parts of tropical trees, and for the calibration of allometric models. 2. We used a destructive...
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