Spatial technologies such as GIS and remote sensing are widely used for environmental and natural resource studies. Spatial Accuracy Assessment provides state-of-the-science methods, techniques and real-world solutions designed to validate spatial data, to meet quality assurance objectives, and to ensure cost-effective project implementation and completion. If you use GIS, remote sensing and other spatial mapping technologies for resource management, land use planning, engineering or environmental studies, this vital reference will save you time and money.In this chapter we compare interpolated maps and data sets derived from GS and MSN techniques, and then propose a ... where is the highest potential for managing for a species), co-occurrence (e.g., what effect do management practices have on ... DATA AND METHODS Our interpolation frame is a 222 x 204 km area in the Finger Lakes region of New York State ... They consist of the basal area of individual species (summed cross-sectional area of trees at breast height in ft2/acre)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Spatial Accuracy Assessment|
|Author||:||Kim Lowell, Annick Jaton|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2000-03-01|