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    Despite availability of valuable ecological data in published thematic maps, manual methods to transfer published maps to a more accessible digital format are time-intensive. Application of object-based image analysis makes digitization faster.

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    Hanberry, Brice; Hanberry, Phillip. 2020. Rapid digitization to reclaim thematic maps of white-tailed deer density from 1982 and 2003 in the conterminous US. PeerJ. 8: e8262.


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    eCognition, GIMP, herbivory, historical geography, object-based image analysis

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