Canadian Forest Service Publications
Understanding forest disturbance and spatial pattern: Remote sensing and GIS approaches. 2006. Wulder, M.A.; Franklin, S.E., editors. CRC Press (Taylor and Francis), Boca Raton, FL, USA. 246 p.
Available from: Pacific Forestry Centre
Catalog ID: 26291
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Remote sensing and GIS are increasingly used as tools for monitoring and managing forests. Remotely sensed and GIS data are now the data sources of choice for capturing, documenting, and understanding forest disturbance and landscape pattern. Sitting astride the fields of ecology, forestry, and remote sensing/GIS, Understanding Forest Disturbance and Spatial Pattern: Remote Sensing and GIS Approaches takes you through the general biological or landscape ecological context of forest disturbance to remote sensing and GIS technological approaches and pattern description and analysis, with compelling applied examples of integration and synthesis.