Mapping the Activity and Evolution of Retrogressive Thaw Slumps by Tasselled Cap Trend Analysis of a Landsat Satellite Image Stack

@inproceedings{Brooker2014MappingTA,
  title={Mapping the Activity and Evolution of Retrogressive Thaw Slumps by Tasselled Cap Trend Analysis of a Landsat Satellite Image Stack},
  author={Alexander Brooker and Robert H. Fraser and Ian Olthof and Steve V. Kokelj and Denis Lacelle},
  year={2014}
}
Retrogressive thaw slumps are a dominant agent of geomorphic change in ice-rich permafrost landscapes and may remain active for decades. Previous studies of slump activity have used aerial photographs and/or high-resolution satellite images acquired at (multi)-decadal time intervals. This study investigates if the calculation of the three Tasselled Cap transformations (brightness, greenness and wetness) from a dense stack of Landsat Thematic Mapper and Enhanced Thematic Mapper+ images can be… CONTINUE READING

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