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Assessment of Landsat for rangeland mapping, Rush Valley, Utah
Merrill K Ridd
by Center for Remote Sensing and Cartography, University of Utah Research Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah
Written in English
|Statement||by Merrill K. Ridd, Kevin P. Price, and Gordon E. Douglass ; supported by Utah Department of Agriculture and National Aeronautics and Space Administration|
|Series||CRSC report -- 84-9, NASA-CR -- 174399, NASA contractor report -- 174399|
|Contributions||Price, Kevin P, Douglass, Gordon E, Utah. State Dept. of Agriculture, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration, University of Utah. Research Institute. Center for Remote Sensing and Cartography|
|The Physical Object|
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Get this from a library. Assessment of Landsat for rangeland mapping, Rush Valley, Utah. [Merrill K Ridd; Kevin P Price; Gordon E Douglass; Utah. State Department of Agriculture.; United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.; University of Utah. Research Institute. Center for Remote Sensing and Cartography.].
The objective of this investigation is to assess the feasibility of using Landsat MSS (multispectral scanner) data to identify and map cover types for rangeland, and to determine comparative condition of the ecotypes. A supporting objective is to assess the utility of various forms of aerial photography in the process.
If rangeland can be efficiently mapped with Landsat data, as supported by. The University of Utah Department of Geography Skip to Main Content Kevin P. Assessment of Landsat for rangeland mapping, and Gordon E. Douglass, Assessment of Landsat for Rangeland Mapping.
Rush Valley. Utah. CRSC Report27 pp. John A. Merola, and Richard A. Jaynes, Mapping Shoreline Fluctuations with Digital Landsat Data, Great Salt Lake, Utah, Assessment of Landsat for rangeland mapping. The traditional means of monitoring rangelands are neither statistically reliable nor economically feasible.
The traditional approaches used locally are difficult to scale upward. Unique properties of landscapes only emerge as land is looked at with coarser scales (West ).
The following project proposes fresh approaches utilizing remote sensing imagery in a regional context to monitoring. Mapping the World with Landsat.
• Speeding around the Earth at 16, mph (27, kph), two Landsat satellites are quietly, expertly watching and recording changes in Earth’s lands from space.
They are gathering data for people to make maps–all kinds of wonderful maps–of our cities growing, rivers flooding, lava flowing. Feb 1, • Landsat Monitors Chesapeake Bay Change. Feb 1, • Landsat is a critical and invaluable tool for characterizing the landscape and mapping it over time. Landsat data provides a baseline of observations for science about how human activities on the land affect water quality, affect wildlife habitat, affect air quality.
A LAND SURFACE TEMPERATURE PRODUCT John R. Schott, Ph.D. Frederick and Anna B. Wiedman Professor Digital Imaging and Remote Sensing Laboratory Chester F. File Size: 1MB. and June Landsat data were purchased. The objective of this study was to use Landsat spectral maps to assist the BLM in the preparation of a semi-detailed soil survey of ahectare area.
The out put was produced prior to the field mapping and was to be used as an integral part of. itoring and characterizing rangeland vegetation. Moderate spatial resolution data collected by Landsat and other satellites provide a temporal resolution and economy not matched by aerial or ground methods.
Several studies have demonstrated the utility of Landsat data for mapping rangeland vegetation (Todd. Evaluation of ETM+ Gap-filled SLC-Off Data for Geologic Mapping in Semi-Arid Terrain Prepared by G. Bryan Bailey, USGS, July USGS EROS Data Center, Sioux Falls, SD Introduction The value of Landsat TM and ETM+ data as tools for geologic mapping in semi-arid terrain has been demonstrated over the years by many investigators.
Knowing the location and extent of wetland resources is the first step to implementing appropriate conservation and management strategies. Today, spatial datasets are fundamental research tools and though wetland spatial data are available now at the state scale in Utah, much of the data are dated and do not accurately represent existing wetland resources.
Mapping vegetation in a heterogeneous mountain rangeland using Landsat data: an alternative method to define and classify land-cover units Article in Remote Sensing of Environment 92(1) Mapping water use based on Landsat satellite data has demonstrated immense potential at local and regional scales, and will soon become the basis for monitoring and assessing water use across the nation.
Learn More. Celebrating A Vision to Observe Earth: 50th Anniversary Landsat: Continuing to Improve Everyday Life. Landsat 8 nominal image footprint for the West Africa mapped area. Mapping the land use and land cover of all of West Africa for three periods in time (, and ) using many hundreds of Landsat images required careful consideration with regard to a methodology.
functions were synthesized to resolve spectral confusion and improve mapping accuracy. This method was used to map land use and land cover from Landsat Thematic Mapper/Enhanced Thematic Mapper Plus (TM/ETM+) imagery forandrespectively.
The accuracy assessment shows that the overall classification errors were less than 10%. Photogrammetry Methods at the Utah Geological Survey: From Field Mapping to Published Map. By Kent D. Brown. Utah Geological Survey, W. North Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah ; Phone: () ; Fax: () ; e-mail: [email protected] INTRODUCTION.
Valley, Utah. 19 Landsat Thematic Mapper (TM) imagery has been used to study semiarid shrub communities, 20 shrub dieback in a semiarid environment, 21. USGS topographic maps for GIS mapping in ArcView, ArcMap, Erdas, MapInfo, AutoCAD, & Global Mapper.
Product information for Nevada. Assessment of Different Topographic Corrections in Landsat-TM Data for Mapping VegetationTypes David Riaño, Emilio Chuvieco, Javier Salas, and Inmaculada Aguado Abstract— Different methods for topographic correction of Landsat Thematic Mapper images have been assessed in the con-text of mapping vegetation types.
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of Landsat MSS and digital terrain data for the mapping of U.S. Forest Service fuel types were developed and demonstrated. Key elements in the mapping process were the development of a fuels terrain distribution model which provided a statistical description of the topographic distri.Statewide K Topographic Map (NAD27) The Utah Geological Survey created digital15 and minute vintage U.S.
Geological Survey topographic quadrangle maps () by scanning original paper maps at a resolution of dots per inch (dpi). These digital scans were enhanced in Adobe Photoshop as needed. Subsequent 16 point spline.minous U.S. land-cover map using Landsat Thematic Mapper meter data for the Federal regions designated by the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency. Accuracy assessment is to be conducted for each Federal region to estimate overall and class-specific accuracies.
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