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Use of satellite imagery to map and monitor vegetation in New Zealand 

作成者 Stephens, P. R., Dymond, J. R., Brown, L. J.
日本十進分類法 (NDC) 454.9, 471.71
内容 研究概要:Land resource and environmental decision makers require quantitative information on the spatial distribution of vegetation types and their condition, and changes in these over time. Such vegetation mapping and monitoring is often required to be undertaken quickly. Remotely-sensed satellite imagery, in conjunction with other data sources, have been used to satisfy this need. This paper describes the uses of satellite imagery by reference to three regional mapping projects in New Zealand. The first project describes the use of Landsat TM imagery to map forest, scrub, pastural and cropping vegetation types. The second project concerns the innovative use of SPOT imagery, colour infrared aerial photography and ground observations to map percent vegetation cover for a degraded rangeland. The remaining project combines NOAA AVHRR imagery with daily dairy farm production data, as a means of monitoring sustainability and productivity of pastoral land use.
コンテンツの種類 研究報告書 Research Paper
DCMI資源タイプ text
ファイル形式 application/pdf
ハンドルURL http://mitizane.ll.chiba-u.jp/meta-bin/mt-pdetail.cgi?cd=00022404
掲載誌情報 Proceedings of the international symposium on Vegetation Monitoring page.27-34 (1995)
フルテキストへのリンク http://mitizane.ll.chiba-u.jp/metadb/up/assist1/C-24_05.pdf
言語 英語


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