Regional vegetation mapping in Australia: a case study in the practical use of statistical modelling

@article{Cawsey2004RegionalVM,
  title={Regional vegetation mapping in Australia: a case study in the practical use of statistical modelling},
  author={E. M. Cawsey and Mike P. Austin and Brent L. Baker},
  journal={Biodiversity & Conservation},
  year={2004},
  volume={11},
  pages={2239-2274}
}
Conservation evaluation of large areas ( > 10 000 km2) in Australia requires detailed mapping of vegetation types. Predicting the original vegetation cover of extensive cleared areas in an explicit, consistent and repeatable manner necessitates the use of statistical modelling. This paper describes an integrated approach to vegetation mapping in a region of New South Wales, Australia. The approach uses separate statistical models for each tree and shrub species to predict the vegetation… CONTINUE READING
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