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Assessment of least tern and piping plover habitats on the Missouri River using remote sensing


Analysis and modeling of multispectral imagery helps to predict the suitability of sand bars for nesting of these migratory birds.

by Strong, Laurence L.
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2007-3087
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Birds, Freshwater ecosystems, Habitats, Mathematical modeling, Migratory species, Multispectral imaging, Bars (physiographic)
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Bon Homme, Burleigh, Cedar, Charles Mix, Clay, Dixon, Knox, McCone, McLean, Oliver, Richland, Roosevelt, Union, Valley, Yankton
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