Aaryn D. Olsson

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Keywords: Bioclimatic envelope model Ecological niche model Habitat suitability model Land cover classification Remote sensing Species distribution model Vegetation a b s t r a c t Remotely sensed datasets are increasingly being used to model habitat suitability for a variety of taxa. We review habitat suitability models (HSMs) developed for both plants and(More)
Invasive species' phenologies often contrast with those of native species, representing opportunities for detection of invasive species with multi-temporal remote sensing. Detection is especially critical for ecosystem-transforming species that facilitate changes in disturbance regimes. The African C 4 grass, Pennisetum ciliare, is transforming ecosystems(More)
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Prioritizing areas for management of non-native invasive plants is critical, as invasive plants can negatively impact plant community structure. Extensive and multi-jurisdictional inventories are essential to prioritize actions aimed at mitigating the impact of invasions and changes in disturbance regimes. However, previous work devoted little effort to(More)
—Repeat remote sensing field campaigns at experimental sites result in a valuable set of remote sensing data resources, geographic information system data sets, digitized maps, and tabular data that are tied to specific locations. Archiving and distributing these geospatial data generally become the responsibility of local universities and federal research(More)
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