Detection, identification, and classification of mosquito larval habitats using remote sensing scanners in earth-orbiting satellites.

@article{Hayes1985DetectionIA,
  title={Detection, identification, and classification of mosquito larval habitats using remote sensing scanners in earth-orbiting satellites.},
  author={R O Hayes and E L Maxwell and Carl Mitchell and T L Woodzick},
  journal={Bulletin of the World Health Organization},
  year={1985},
  volume={63 2},
  pages={361-74}
}
A method of identifying mosquito larval habitats associated with fresh-water plant communities, wetlands, and other aquatic locations at Lewis and Clark Lake in the states of Nebraska and South Dakota, USA, using remote sensing imagery obtained by multispectral scanners aboard earth-orbiting satellites (Landsat 1 and 2) is described. The advantages and limitations of this method are discussed. 
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