1 edition of Novel aerial photography as an aid to sampling secondary structure in pine stands found in the catalog.
Novel aerial photography as an aid to sampling secondary structure in pine stands
Patrick Anthony Teti
|Series||Mountain pine beetle working paper -- 2009-16|
|Contributions||Pacific Forestry Centre|
|LC Classifications||SB945.M78 T48 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||2010497113|
Marsh Name Mackinac Bay, Lake Huron Presque Isle Bay, Lake Erie Bradleyville, Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron Mean C Score Native 48 Total (Native + Adventive) 33 Materials and Methods Protocol for Great Lakes Marsh Aquatic Macrophyte Sampling Mapping to identify sampling transects or random sampling points: 1 Using aerial photos, map. Furthermore, the ratio of the microbial biomass C (MBC) to total organic C (TOC), C mineralization rate, and bacterial diversity increased from M0 to M2, i.e., with an increase in the disturbance intensity. These findings indicate that the conversion of secondary broadleaf forest to bamboo forest alter the soil bacterial community structure.
Post-Logging Estimation of Loblolly Pine (Pinus Taeda) Stump Size, Area and Population Using Imagery from a Small Unmanned Aerial System This study describes an unmanned aerial system (UAS) method for accurately estimating the number and diameters of harvested Loblolly Pine (Pinus taeda) stumps in a final harvest (often referred to as clear-cut. Chapman and Cole () reported correctly identified species in 69% of aspen stands, 81% of maple stands, and 80% of white pine stands in their work with large-scale photographs. Thompson et al. () observed that species composition was correctly classified in only % of stands using traditional FRI.
High resolution LIDAR, hyperspectral and multispectral satellite imagery, near-infrared aerial photography, and associated manually collected calibration data (e.g. spectral signatures collected with an ASD handheld field spectroradiometer) have been obtained in a common area and will be used synergistically to provide novel information related. Diseases caused by species in the genus are responsible for significant economic losses on a wide range of host plants. Spatial pattern is one of the most characteristic ecological properties of a species, and reflects environmental and genetic heterogeneity and reproductive population growth acting on the processes of reproduction, dispersal, and mortality. Species of can be dispersed either.
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Novel aerial photography as an aid to sampling secondary structure in pine stands / Pat Teti. (Mountain pine beetle working paper ; ) "MPBP Project # ". Includes abstract in French. Available also on the Internet. Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN Cat. no.: Fo/E. Mountain pine beetle. Novel aerial photography as an aid to sampling secondary structure in pine stands. Author(s): Teti, P. Author Affiliation: B.C. Ministry of Forests and Range, - Borland Street, Williams Lake, B.C.
V2G 4T1, Canada. Author Email: @or: Pat Teti. Novel aerial photography as an aid to sampling secondary structure in pine stands.
Victoria, B.C.: Pacific Forestry Centre, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Patrick Anthony Teti; Pacific. Book. Jan ; Markus Weiler. Robin Pike Novel Aerial Photography as an Aid to Sampling Secondary Structure in Pine Stands.
Article. Full-text available. Pat Teti. View. To incorporate these stands into timber supply analyses and subsequent management decisions regarding reservation, mortality and forest health factors must be evaluated.
We assessed the forest health of 90 residual stands over a range of stand types with varying lengths of time since attack by mountain pine beetle (MPB).
Using multi-stage sampling methods similar to those of Klein et al. (), Klein (), and Dillman and White () evaluated the utility of panoramic photography for estimating mortality in ponderosa pine forests caused by mountain pine beetle.
With a two-stage stratified sampling design, they used both ground and photo plots to derive tree. Lidar (/ ˈ l aɪ d ɑːr /, also LIDAR, LiDAR, and LADAR) is a method for measuring distances by illuminating the target with laser light and measuring the reflection with a sensor.
Differences in laser return times and wavelengths can then be used to make digital 3-D representations of the target. It has terrestrial, airborne, and mobile applications. Indicators were assessed across a range of digital image formats ranging from satellite imagery to low-altitude aerial photography with pixel size between 10 cm and 30 m (also referred to by spatial resolution of 30 × 30 m 2 frame, Table 2).The lower the spatial resolution frame (or the higher the resolution of the data), the smaller is the visible feature that can be captured.
A new sampling design method, termed ‘Nearest Centroid’ (NC), based on k-means clustering, is applied to ALS data captured over a native eucalypt forest on the south coast of New South Wales. Historical aerial photography was used to document erosion/sedimentation trends over a year period, Conceptual remedial measures were proposed.
RESUME OP: lEXPERIENCE David H. Poster (continued) Androscoggin River (ME) Water Quality Modeling Study; Principal Investigator.
A digital elevation model (DEM) is a 3D CG representation of a terrain's surface – commonly of a planet (e.g. Earth), moon, or asteroid – created from a terrain's elevation data.
A "global DEM" refers to a discrete global grid. DEMs are used often in geographic information systems, and are the most common basis for digitally produced relief maps. IN EARLIER times, forest inventories were carried out entirely on the ground. However, the prospects of aerial photography have aroused interest for some 40 years.
Since the second world war in particular, aerial photographs have been employed on an increasing scale and in many contexts are already established as a method. Access quality crowd-sourced study materials tagged to courses at universities all over the world and get homework help from our tutors when you need it.
presence of a mid-story canopy of blue-jack oak, turkey oak, sand post oak and other dry-site tolerant oaks and hardwoods. This forest community is characteristic of the deep, infertile sand-soils of the sandhill provinces.
The often poor and irregular stocking of this pine community, revealing its oak mid-story, is a distinguishing feature.
Within Carmel there is a general uphill gradient away from the ocean (west) toward and into the natural forest. In the natural stands, Monterey pine generally reaches 20 to 35 m in height and to m in diameter at maturity.
Monterey pine is short-lived, averaging not more than 80 to 90 years, and rarely living beyond years. The rapid increase of low-cost consumer-grade to enterprise-level unmanned aerial systems (UASs) has resulted in the exponential use of these systems in many applications.
Structure from motion with multiview stereo (SfM-MVS) photogrammetry is now the baseline for the development of orthoimages and 3D surfaces (e.g., digital elevation models).
Experiments in strip thinning of overstocked stands of Jack pine (Pinus banksiana) and spruce (Picea) in Saskatchewan, have recently been conducted using a tractor winch to uproot trees in 10, 15 and 20 foot strips ( m., m., m.) Since the cost of hand thinning is very high in these dense stands, the cost, in terms of manhours, is.
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Bashow. Slope movements, including types of landslides and extremely slow soil creep (Varnes, ), occur throughout the United States and within many national collection of vital signs of regional landslide information, referred to as monitoring, is not only scientifically useful, but is beneficial for assessment of landslide hazards and risk, which is in turn important for regional.
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John Wiley & Sons, N.Y. Soil Sampling MSU Extension#MTAG ; Soil Testing Procedures, Interpretation MSU Extension#MTAG and Fertilizer. Unmanned aerial vehicles are capable of creating a 3D-model, called a digital surface model, of the crop canopy using structure from motion techniques.
The objective of this study was to compare image- versus structure-based calculations of damaged area. The structure-based calculations were more reflective of the field assessment.Goals / Objectives Habitat loss due to human land use demand is frequently cited as a major contributor to, if not the preeminent cause of, terrestrial species declines throughout the world (Hoffmann et al.WWF ).
Because of these global declines in wildlife abundance, there is substantial interest in understanding how wildlife utilize both pristine and managed landscapes (Aarts et.