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Historic airboat use and change assessment using remote sensing and geographic information system techniques in Everglades National Park
The National Park Service (NPS) has a mandate of restoration and preservation of the lands for which it is responsible. As part of this mandate, resource managers of Everglades National Park (ENP) must take stock of current ...
Fine spatial resolution forest inventory for Georgia
The main objective of forest inventory is to acquire and maintain accurate and up-to-date forest information. Updating forest inventory information also is an important aspect of land use dynamics. In the process of large ...
Complex landscape analysis for satellite and field estimations of soil water content
Landscape assessment of soil moisture content is critical in understanding the hydrological cycle at the regional scale. In the hydrological cycle, soil moisture, is the amount of water present within the soil profile. ...
Riparian forest cover at multiple scales
Strong connectivity between terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems means that landscape alterations have the potential to profoundly impact freshwaters. Effective management of riparian buffers to minimize these impacts requires ...
A study of the application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as an advocacy and planning tool for local historic preservation organizations and preservation planning departments
The historic preservation field has the challenge of maintaining and perpetuating the architectural and cultural history of the United States. There is an extensive number of historic resources throughout the country, which ...
Land use analysis of EARTH University property in Costa Rica from 1973 to 2001 using remote sensing data
This study reconstructs the land use history of EARTH university property in Costa Rica, from 1973 to 2001, producing land-cover maps based in the interpretation and classification of aerial photographs from 1973, 1981, ...