Detection of Spatial and Temporal Trends in Wisconsin Lake Water Clarity Using Landsat- derived Estimates of Secchi Depth

  title={Detection of Spatial and Temporal Trends in Wisconsin Lake Water Clarity Using Landsat- derived Estimates of Secchi Depth},
  author={Scott D. Peckham and Thomas M Lillesand},
Peckham, S.D. and T. M. Lillesand. 2006. Detection of spatial and temporal trends in Wisconsin lake water clarity using Landsat-derived estimates of Secchi depth. Lake and Reserv. Manage. 22(4):331-341. The existence of large-scale spatial and temporal trends in Wisconsin’s lake water clarity is a topic that has not been thoroughly investigated. This study is an effort to reliably detect these trends by utilizing three inventories of satellite-derived lake water clarity predictions for over 2… CONTINUE READING

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