A Comparison of Remote Sensing and Ground‐Based Methods for Monitoring Wetland Restoration Success

@inproceedings{Shuman2003ACO,
  title={A Comparison of Remote Sensing and Ground‐Based Methods for Monitoring Wetland Restoration Success},
  author={Craig S. Shuman and Richard F Ambrose},
  year={2003}
}
Efficient and accurate vegetation sampling techniques are essential for the assessment of wetland restoration success. Remotely acquired data, used extensively in many locations, have not been widely used to monitor restored wetlands. We compared three different vegetation sampling techniques to determine the accuracy associated with each method when used to determine species composition and cover in restored Pacific coast wetlands dominated by Salicornia virginica (perennial pickleweed). Two… CONTINUE READING

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