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Improving the characterization and mapping of wildlife habitats with lidar data: measurement priorities for the Inland Northwest, USAAuthor(s): S. Martinuzzi; L.A. Vierling; W.A. Gould; K.T. Vierling
Source: Gap Analysis Bulletin 16: 1-8.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationMartinuzzi, S.; Vierling, L.A.; Gould, W.A.; Vierling, K.T. 2009. Improving the characterization and mapping of wildlife habitats with lidar data: measurement priorities for the Inland Northwest, USA. Gap Analysis Bulletin 16: 1-8.
KeywordsGap analysis, modeling
- Lidar: shedding new light on habitat characterization and modeling.
- Using satellite and airborne LiDAR to model woodpecker habitat occupancy at the landscape scale
- Incorporating remotely sensed tree canopy cover data into broad scale assessments of wildlife habitat distribution and conservation
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