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Delineation and classification of phragmites communis (common reed) by interpretation of aerial photography and SPOT satellite multispectral and panchromatic digital data
  • Published Date:
    1988
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    Maryland, Tidewater Administration., Coastal Resources Division. ; United States, Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, ; National Ocean Survey, Office of Coastal Zone Management,
  • Description:
    Workstation design-hardware system components -- Workstation design-software system components -- Compatiblity with GIS and other management structures -- Methods -- Tabular results -- Conclusions -- Appendices (Supplements on file).

    "The purpose of this study was to explore the possibility of using satellite digital data (SPOT 10 meter panchromatic) and aerial photography for the purpose of mapping Phragmites australis ... This project acquired a number of scenes of 20 meter multispectral and 10 meter panchromatic SPOT data of the coastal zone. Scenes were acquired for Spring and Fall dates of 1986 and 1987 under nearly perfect weather and lighting conditions ... [I]t was hoped that in conjunction with various kinds of aerial photography and ground testing, the satellite data would represent a "first cut" for identifying and isolating those areas that should be investigated in detail for mapping purposes."--Leaves 1, 3.

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