High spatial resolution hyperspectral mapping of instream habitats , depths , and woody debris in mountain streams

@inproceedings{Marcusa2003HighSR,
  title={High spatial resolution hyperspectral mapping of instream habitats , depths , and woody debris in mountain streams},
  author={W. Andrew Marcusa and Carl J. Legleiterb and Richard J. Aspinallb and Joseph W. Boardmanc and Robert L. Crabtreed},
  year={2003}
}
  • W. Andrew Marcusa, Carl J. Legleiterb, +2 authors Robert L. Crabtreed
  • Published 2003
This article evaluates the potential of 1-m resolution, 128-band hyperspectral imagery for mapping in-stream habitats, depths, and woody debris in thirdto fifth-order streams in the northern Yellowstone region. Maximum likelihood supervised classification using principal component images provided overall classification accuracies for in-stream habitats (glides, riffles, pools, and eddy drop zones) ranging from 69% for third-order streams to 86% for fifth-order streams. This scale dependency of… CONTINUE READING
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