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Shrub-dominated ecosystems support biodiversity and play an important storage role in the global carbon cycle. However, it is challenging to characterize biophysical properties of low-stature vegetation like shrubs from conventional ground-based or remotely sensed data. We used spectral and structural variables derived from high-resolution unmanned aerial system (UAS) imagery to estimate the aboveground biomass of shrubs in the Betula and Salix genera in a montane meadow in Banff National Park,doi:10.3390/rs12142199 fatcat:l2zsn3ygj5cdvlweywaklzwzdm