Watson, D (2016) Biodiversity restoration - can drones provide an accurate, efficient and safe survey method? Quarry Life Award final project report. HeidelbergCement.
A comparison of conventional biodiversity survey techniques with data from drone imagery to assess biodiversity restoration in inaccessible parts of quarries.
Report written by David Watson leading a team of 7 researchers. The report was entered into an international competition and won research funding to undertake the work in addition to prize money.
Updates from the project are available at the URL above.
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