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A proposed periodic national inventory of land use land cover changeAuthor(s): Hans T. Schreuder; Paul W. Snook; Raymond L. Czaplewski; Glenn P. Catts
Source: In: ASPRS Technical Papers. 1986 ASPRS-ASCM Fall Convention; September 28-October 3; Anchorage, AK. Falls Church, VA: American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. p. 255-264.
Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionThree alternatives using digital thematic mapper (TM), analog TM, and a combination of either digital or analog TM data with low altitude photography are discussed for level I and level II land use/land cover classes for a proposed national inventory. Digital TM data should prove satisfactory for estimating acreage in level I classes, although estimates of precision may be unreliable. Either the digital or the analog TH combined with low-altitude photography (LAP) are expected to yield satisfactory estimates for most level I and level II classes. Reliable estimates of precision can be obtained for those classes where LAP is "truth".
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CitationSchreuder, Hans T.; Snook, Paul W.; Czaplewski, Raymond L.; Catts, Glenn P. 1986. A proposed periodic national inventory of land use land cover change. In: ASPRS Technical Papers. 1986 ASPRS-ASCM Fall Convention; September 28-October 3; Anchorage, AK. Falls Church, VA: American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing. p. 255-264.
Keywordsinventory, land use, land cover, thematic mapper (TM)
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