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Fuzzy classification and post-processing of satellite imagery to derive watershed model parameter values
Nonpoint source water pollution, because it is diffuse in its origin, is more difficult to locate and control than point source water pollution. Modeling of the hydrologic and water quality characteristics of watersheds ...
An analysis of Georgia's landscape plant retail markets
Using data of landscape plant purchasing habits of Georgian consumers from the past 15 years, this study examines the target markets for landscape retailers First, logistic regressions are used to determine the effect ...
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, ...