Quality Control of Lidar Data, Version 1.0.
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An important driver for the Regional Coastal Monitoring Programmes is that all data collected and made freely available should be quality-controlled in a thorough and consistent manner, to ensure that the data meets the Specification, with the result that the data can be used subsequently with confidence for a wide variety of coastal engineering and management tasks. This document describes the procedures used by the National Network of Regional Coastal Monitoring Programmes to quality-control lidar data, and can be used at three different levels: - A summary of QC tests, for those users who just want a brief overview of the generic quality control - Details of the quality control process including: o Workflow process i.e. the checks to be made and the most suitable order in which they are carried out. This section includes mandatory checks plus some optional checks depending on the landscape captured e.g. high cliffs, or on the deliverables in the Brief. o The methods used to car.....
PublisherChannel Coastal Observatory, National Oceanography Centre
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)N/A
CitationGeijsels, S. (2017) Quality control of LIDAR data. Southapton, UK, Channel Coastal Observatory, National Oceanography Centre, 43pp. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-1263