Applications of remote sensing and geographic information systems in vegetation science: Introduction

Applications of remote sensing and geographic information systems in vegetation science:... SPECIAL FEATURE Applications of remote sensing and geographic information systems in vegetation science Editors: Stephen J. Walsh (Guest Editor) & Frank W. Davis (Guest Editor) & Robert K. Peet (Editor) Contents Walsh, S.J. & Davis, F.W. — Introduction Goodchild, M.F. — Integrating GIS and remote sensing for vegetation analysis and modeling: methodological issues Dubayah, R.C. — Modeling a solar radiation topoclimatology for the Rio Grande River Basin Brown, D.G. — Predicting vegetation types at treeline using topography and biophysical disturbance variables Walsh, S.J., Butler, D.R., Allen, T.R. & Malanson, G.P. — Influence of snow patterns and snow avalanches on the alpine treeline ecotone Michaelsen, J., Schimel, D.S., Friedl, M.A., Davis, F.W. & Dubayah, R.C. — Regression Tree Analysis of satellite and terrain data to guide vegetation sampling and surveys White, J.D. & Running, S.W. — Testing scale dependent assumptions in regional ecosystem simulations Reed, B.C., Brown, J.F., VanderZee, D., Loveland, T.R., Merchant, J.W. & Ohlen, D.O. — Measuring phenological variability from satellite imagery Neilson, R.P. & Marks, D. — A global perspective of regional vegetation and hydrologic sensitivities from climatic change Turner, M.G., Hargrove, W.W., Gardner, R.H. & Romme, W.H. — Effects of fire on landscape heterogeneity in http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Vegetation Science Wiley

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Wiley
Copyright
1994 IAVS ‐ the International Association of Vegetation Science
ISSN
1100-9233
eISSN
1654-1103
DOI
10.1111/j.1654-1103.1994.tb00789.x
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SPECIAL FEATURE Applications of remote sensing and geographic information systems in vegetation science Editors: Stephen J. Walsh (Guest Editor) & Frank W. Davis (Guest Editor) & Robert K. Peet (Editor) Contents Walsh, S.J. & Davis, F.W. — Introduction Goodchild, M.F. — Integrating GIS and remote sensing for vegetation analysis and modeling: methodological issues Dubayah, R.C. — Modeling a solar radiation topoclimatology for the Rio Grande River Basin Brown, D.G. — Predicting vegetation types at treeline using topography and biophysical disturbance variables Walsh, S.J., Butler, D.R., Allen, T.R. & Malanson, G.P. — Influence of snow patterns and snow avalanches on the alpine treeline ecotone Michaelsen, J., Schimel, D.S., Friedl, M.A., Davis, F.W. & Dubayah, R.C. — Regression Tree Analysis of satellite and terrain data to guide vegetation sampling and surveys White, J.D. & Running, S.W. — Testing scale dependent assumptions in regional ecosystem simulations Reed, B.C., Brown, J.F., VanderZee, D., Loveland, T.R., Merchant, J.W. & Ohlen, D.O. — Measuring phenological variability from satellite imagery Neilson, R.P. & Marks, D. — A global perspective of regional vegetation and hydrologic sensitivities from climatic change Turner, M.G., Hargrove, W.W., Gardner, R.H. & Romme, W.H. — Effects of fire on landscape heterogeneity in

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Journal of Vegetation ScienceWiley

Published: Oct 1, 1994

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