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Traditional forest monitoring has been mainly performed with images or orthoimages from aircraft or satellites. In recent years, the availability of high-resolution 3D data has made it possible to obtain accurate information on canopy size, which has made the topic of canopy 3D growth monitoring timely. In this paper, forest growth pattern was studied based on a canopy point cloud (PC) reconstructed from UAV aerial photogrammetry at a daily interval for a year. Growth curves were acquired baseddoi:10.3390/drones6070158 fatcat:l4uqqp5lcjec3mwzbuaba5xhzu