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The number, size, and distribution of inland freshwater lakes present a challenge for traditional water-quality assessment due to the time, cost, and logistical constraints of field sampling and… Continue Reading
Abstract Students in a graduate seminar at Michigan State University produced a series of detailed vegetation, soils, and landform maps of a 1.5-square-mile (3.9 km2) study area in southwest Lower… Continue Reading
Human activities on the land have considerable effects on water quality in streams, lakes, reservoirs, and coastal areas. One problem of concern globally, is eutrophication of lakes and streams,… Continue Reading
Eutrophication caused by excessive inputs of nutrients is the most common impairment of surface waters. Traditional water quality assessment techniques are costly and time-consuming, often resulting… Continue Reading
High spectral resolution remote sensing imagery has been successfully used to estimate spatial and temporal variation of optical water quality parameters such as chlorophyll-a, transparency, and… Continue Reading