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Using multispectral airborne LiDAR data for land/water discrimination: a case study at Lake Ontario, Canada
Coastal areas are environmentally sensitive and are affected by nature events and human activities. Land/water interaction in coastal areas changes over time and, therefore, requires accurate detection and frequent monitoring. Multispectral Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) systems, which operate at different wavelengths, have become available. This new technology can provide an effective and accurate solution for the determination of the land/water interface. In this context, we aim todoi:10.32920/14636877 fatcat:cjoh5anotjh6xpi23aueewln7y