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Conservation planning of critical habitats for wildlife species at risk is a priority topic that requires the knowledge of how animals select and use their habitat, and how they respond to future… Continue Reading
small, spurious polygons created by the inconsistent delineation of persistent change features appearing in consecutive coregistered images. The issue represents a serious methodological challenge… Continue Reading
Remote sensing plays a key role in landscape monitoring, but our handling of these data in a multi-temporal time series is not yet fully developed. Of particular concern is the presence of spatial… Continue Reading
Investigations of land-cover change often employ metrics designed to quantify changes in landscape structure through time, using analyses of land cover maps derived from the classification of remote… Continue Reading
Modern ecological models often account for the influence of the surrounding environment by using landscape pattern indices (LPIs) as measures of landscape structure. Ideally, the landscape samples… Continue Reading
While much is known about the relationship between Clark’s nutcracker and whitebark pine, information on nutcracker energetic behavioural strategies − the driving factors behind nutcracker emigration… Continue Reading
We performed a series of empirical experiments designed to refine the processing of discrete-return profiling light detection and ranging (lidar) data for the purpose of estimating canopy closure… Continue Reading
Article published in Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing on challenges and limitations of object-based approaches to change analysis and thematic maps. Citation and abstract only.
Bitemporal change analysis strategies performed in an object-based environment are prone to the generation of sliver objects: small, spurious polygons created by the inconsistent delineation of… Continue Reading