The advent of high resolution satellite imagery from platforms such as IKONOS, QuickBird, and OrbView, as well as host of new suborbital sensors has opened up new possibilities for mapping submerged coral, seagrass and algal communities. The research presented here examined the use of two of these platforms, IKONOS and QuickBird, as well as scanned aerial photographs, to map submerged habitats in the Dry Tortugas.NOAA Coastal Change Analysis Program C-CAP): guidance for regional implementation. ... Remote sensing handbook for tropical coastal management, Coastal Management Sourcebooks 3, UNESCO, Paris, 316 pp. Hochberg, E. J., andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Remote Sensing of Submerged Habitats in the Dry Tortugas: A Comparison of Multiple Sensors and Classification Techniques|
|Author||:||Donald William Field|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|