Wednesday, January 09, 2008

New in HOORC's Library: remote sensing dissertation

Landcover classification product aggregated to vegetation type from Neuenschwander dissertation
Remote sensing of vegetation dynamics in response to flooding and fire in the Okavango Delta, Botswana, Amy Neuenschwander's PhD dissertation for the University of Texas at Austin, assesses the spatio-temporal distribution of flooding and fire and their subsequent influences on
vegetation as represented by vegetation index trajectories in the Okavango Delta. The work's characterization of spatio-temporal distribution of flooding and fire regimes with the temporal dynamics of vegetation spectral response via a time-series of remotely sensed data informs ecosystem and disturbance theory and presents new methodological applications for
multi-temporal change analysis. You can find the dissertation in HOORC's Library.

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