Leila Taheriazad
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Application of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) to oil sands environmental monitoring. OSRIN Report No
L Taheriazad, C Portillo-Quintero, GA Sanchez-Azofeifa
TR-48. 51 pp. http://hdl. handle. net/10402/era. 38858, 2014
102014
A new approach to calculate Plant Area Density (PAD) using 3D ground-based LiDAR
L Taheriazad, H Moghadas, A Sanchez-Azofeifa
Earth Resources and Environmental Remote Sensing/GIS Applications VII 10005 …, 2016
62016
DETERMINATION OF REST-OIL POLLUTION (POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS) IN SURFACE WATER OF THREE INTERNATIONL WETLANDS OF IRAN
KRT LT Azad, AE Sari
Journal of Environmental Research And Development, 2009
62009
Application of wireless sensor networks (wsns) to oil sands environmental monitoring
L Taheriazad, C Portillo-Quintero, GA Sanchez-Azofeifa
42014
Mercury content in the liver of Zander fish (Sander lucioperca) in relation to length, weight, age and sex
L Taheriazad, AE Sari, KR Tavabe
32011
Calculation of leaf area index in a Canadian boreal forest using adaptive voxelization and terrestrial LiDAR
L Taheriazad, H Moghadas, A Sanchez-Azofeifa
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 83, 101923, 2019
22019
Characterizing Forest Structure Using Terrestrial LiDAR Remote Sensing
L Taheriazad
2018
Estimation of above ground biomass and leaf area in boreal forest using ground-based Lidar
ASA Leila Taheriazad, Hamid Moghadas
2017
BENTHOSE BIODIVERSITY AND BIOLOGICAL INDEX IN SHAHDADROUD RIVER AT KERMAN PROVIENCE OF IRAN
KR Tavabe, M Zare, L Taheriazad
Proc. Internatl. Conf. Biodiv. Conserv. & Mgt 82, 85, 2008
2008
Estimating Leaf area index as an indicator of ecosystem services and management functions using remote sensing techniques
L Taheriazad
Determination of rest oil pollution (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons) in surface water of three international wetlands of Iran
A 1. Taheriazad, L., Esmaili Sari
Environmental Research and Development 4 (21), 94-98, 0
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