Modeling Percent Tree Canopy Cover : A Pilot Study

@inproceedings{Coulston2012ModelingPT,
  title={Modeling Percent Tree Canopy Cover : A Pilot Study},
  author={John W. Coulston and Gretchen G. Moisen and B. Tyler Wilson and Mark V. Finco and Warren B. Cohen and Charles Kenneth Brewer},
  year={2012}
}
0099-1112/12/7807–715/$3.00/0 © 2012 American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Abstract Tree canopy cover is a fundamental component of the landscape, and the amount of cover influences fire behavior, air pollution mitigation, and carbon storage. As such, efforts to empirically model percent tree canopy cover across the United States are a critical area of research. The 2001 national-scale canopy cover modeling and mapping effort was completed in 2006, and here we present results… CONTINUE READING
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