- High-resolution land cover of Nebraska (2014)
Kellerman, Todd A.;
Meneguzzo, Dacia M.;
Liknes, Greg C.
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Kellerman, Todd A.; Meneguzzo, Dacia M.; Vaitkus, Milda; White, Monica; Ossell, Ryan; Sorsen, Nathan; Stannard, Jack; Gift, Trent; Cox, Jessica; Liknes, Greg C. 2019. High-resolution land cover of Nebraska (2014). Fort Collins, CO: Forest Service Research Data Archive. https://doi.org/10.2737/RDS-2019-0038
*Appropriate use includes fine-scale assessment of tree cover, total extent of tree cover, county-level summaries of tree cover categories, and creation of cartographic products.
- This data publication contains 2014 high-resolution land cover data for each of the 93 counties within Nebraska. These data are a digital representation of land cover derived from 1-meter aerial imagery from the National Agriculture Imagery Program (NAIP). There is a separate file for each county. Data are intended for use in rural areas and therefore do not include land cover in cities and towns. Land cover classes (tree cover, other land cover, or water) were mapped using an object-based image analysis approach and supervised classification.
- imageryBaseMapsEarthCover; Inventory, Monitoring, & Analysis; Resource inventory; Natural Resource Management & Use; Agroforestry; Water; tree cover; windbreaks; agroforestry; riparian; land cover; Nebraska
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