Crown closure is a term used in forestry.
Crown closure, also known as canopy cover, crown cover, or canopy closure, is defined as the percent of canopy overlying the forest floor. Another definition of crown closure is the proportion of a stand covered by the crowns of live trees.
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... photographs made at scales of 115,000 or larger can be used to determine crown closure estimates, usually done by ocular interpretation, by grouping stands into ... overestimates or underestimates of crown closure can be made and predicting value of stand volume becomes more reduced ...
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