Airflow patterns from photogrammetric measurements of windblown timber

M.J.C. Weir

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Abstract

Aerial photography may be used to quickly locate and measure the extent and severity of forest damage due to windblow. This paper describes such an application in a small area of semi-natural woodland in central Scotland after the “Great Gale” of 14th and 15th January, 1968. A 1 : 2000 scale map, showing the location and direction of fall of each windblown tree, suggests certain relationships between topography and the severity of woodland damage and gives considerable information on the airflow pattern existing over the area during the gale.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)731-736
JournalPhotogrammetric record
Volume7
Issue number42
Publication statusPublished - 1973

Keywords

  • ADLIB-ART-2880

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