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Un drone pour détecter et délimiter les zones humides : une réalité imminente ?

Abstract : In the context of a project named “Watershed and Water Resources” conducted in the Gard département by students at AgroParisTech (Nancy centre) in partnership with the firm Geofalco, a study of the possibilities for using photographs taken by a drone (an unmanned, remotely piloted aircraft) for the purposes of detecting and delineating wetlands was undertaken. The study was able to better assess the potential of drones for detection and delineation of wetlands, as well as their usefulness for mapping natural habitats, detecting plant species, defining and planning management action along with its monitoring and assessment. The multiple applications of drones were briefly evaluated in the context of the management of natural spaces, particularly wetland environments
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Florentin Madrolles, Solenne Lefèvre, Lauranne Pille, Matthieu de Pinel, Philippe Durand. Un drone pour détecter et délimiter les zones humides : une réalité imminente ?. Revue forestière française, 2013, 65 (6), pp.547-565. ⟨10.4267/2042/53988⟩. ⟨hal-01598664⟩



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