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Applying remote sensing to invasive species science-A tamarisk example


Explains how remote sensing data are used to understand the current extent and likely future of an invasive plant, in this case a bush.

by Morisette, Jeffrey T.
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2011-3109
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Related topics:
Invasive species, Multispectral imaging, Weeds
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