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Multistage, multiband and sequential imagery to identify and quantify non-forest vegetation resourcesAuthor(s): Richard S. Driscoll; Richard E. Francis
Source: Annual Progress Report. Berkeley, CA: University of California, School of Forestry, Forestry Remote Sensing Laboratory. 49 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionThis is the fifth and final report to assess the merits of multiband photography from aircraft and spacecraft and multispectral scanner imagery for the interpretation and analysis of nonforest (shrubby and herbaceous) native vegetation.
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CitationDriscoll, Richard S.; Francis, Richard E. 1971. Multistage, multiband and sequential imagery to identify and quantify non-forest vegetation resources. Remote Sensing Application in Forestry: Annual Progress Report. Berkeley, CA: University of California, School of Forestry, Forestry Remote Sensing Laboratory. 49 p.
Keywordssequential imagery, space photography, nonforest native vegetation, biomass
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