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Sampling and modeling visual component dynamics of forested areasAuthor(s): Victor A. Rudis
Source: State-of-the-art methodology of forest inventory: a symposium proceedings; 1989 July 30-August 5; Syracuse, NY.General Technical Report PNW-263.Portland, OR:U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station: 84-85.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionA scaling device and sample design have been employed to assess vegetative screening of forested stands as part of an extensive forest inventory.Referenced in a poster presentation are results from East Texas pine and oak-pine stands and Alabama forested areas.Refinements for optimizing measures to distinguish differences in scenic beauty, disturbances, and stand structure are discussed.
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CitationRudis, Victor A. 1990. Sampling and modeling visual component dynamics of forested areas. State-of-the-art methodology of forest inventory: a symposium proceedings; 1989 July 30-August 5; Syracuse, NY.General Technical Report PNW-263.Portland, OR:U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station: 84-85.
KeywordsAL, SOFIA, technique, TX.
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