Using photographic image analysis to assess ground cover: a case study of forest road cutbanks.

@article{Bold2010UsingPI,
  title={Using photographic image analysis to assess ground cover: a case study of forest road cutbanks.},
  author={Kevin C Bold and Frederica Wood and Pamela J. Edwards and Karl W. J. Williard and Jon E. Schoonover},
  journal={Environmental monitoring and assessment},
  year={2010},
  volume={163 1-4},
  pages={685-98}
}
Road prisms, including cutbanks, road surfaces, and fillslopes, can be important contributors of sediment to streams in forested watersheds. Following road construction, cutbanks and fillslopes are often seeded, mulched, and sometimes fertilized to limit erosion and sedimentation. Assessing the success of vegetation establishment on cutbanks and fillslopes is a common task of forested land managers. This study developed and applied a photographic image analysis method to assess percent ground… CONTINUE READING

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