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Identifying Southern Forest Types on Aerial PhotographsAuthor(s): Gene Avery
Source: USDA Forest Service, Station Paper SE-112, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, September 1960
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Southeastern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionThis booklet has been prepared to assist photo interpreters in recognizing broad forest types on aerial photographs of the South, and to illustrate primary differences between panchromatic and infrared photography from the standpoint of timber type-mapping.
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CitationAvery, Gene. 1960. Identifying Southern Forest Types on Aerial Photographs. USDA Forest Service, Station Paper SE-112, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, September 1960
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