Land of 10,000 pixels: applications of remote sensing & geospatial data to improve forest management in northern Minnesota, USA
The use of remote sensing and geospatial data has become commonplace in a wide variety of ecological applications. However, the utility of these applications is often limited by field sampling design or the constraints on spatial resolution inherent in remote sensing technology. Because land managers require map products that more accurately reflect habitat composition at local, operational levels there is a need to overcome these limitations and improve upon currently available data products. This study addresses this need through two unique applications demonstrating the ability of remote ...
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