Remote sensing applications for monitoring rangeland vegetation.

  • Tueller P.T.


Remote sensing techniques hold considerable promise for the inventory and monitoring of natural resources on rangelands. A significant lack of information concerning basic spectral characteristics of range vegetation and soils has resulted in a lack of rangeland applications. The parameters of interest for range condition must be identified and a means of measuring them either directly or indirectly developed. This paper describes an approach to the use of remotely sensed data to accomplish rangeland monitoringLanguage: English

Keywords: Monitoring; Pixel modelling; Range condition; Rangeland vegetation; Remote sensing techniques; Spectral characteristics; modelling; remote sensing; soils; vegetation types; techniques; natural resources; rangelands


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eISSN: 1727-9380
print ISSN: 1022-0119