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The Use of Remote Sensing, GIS, and Multivariate Vegetation Analyses to Explain the Distribution of Riparian Forest Communities at Multiple Spatial Scales

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Title The Use of Remote Sensing, GIS, and Multivariate Vegetation Analyses to Explain the Distribution of Riparian Forest Communities at Multiple Spatial Scales
Creator Mollot, Lauren
Subject riparian forests aquatic habitat habitat conservation conifers coniferous forests hardwood forests Washington remote sensing geographic information systems multivariate analysis vegetation watershed management water
Description Mollot will ask the question: Under what conditions should we restore conifer to stands currently dominated by hardwood in our effort to rehabilitate fish habitat? As a case study, she will consider the Cedar River watershed. She will review remote sensing at the macro scale, GIS at the meso scale, and multivariate vegetation analysis at the micro scale. She will discuss the management implications of this collective research.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-07-26T23:58:55Z 2011-07-26T23:58:55Z 2005-02-17
Type Presentation
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16993
Language en_US
Relation 2005 Annual Review of Research;Mollot

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