PS 50
Remote Sensing And Image Analysis

Wednesday, August 7, 2013: 4:30 PM-6:30 PM
Exhibit Hall B, Minneapolis Convention Center
 Vegetation change in the south of China after Grain-for-Green
Jien Zhang, Lehigh University; Tianming Wang, Beijing Normal University; Jianping Ge, Beijing Normal University
 Detailed maps of tropical forests are within reach: Forest tree communities for Trinidad mapped with multiseason Landsat and Google Earth
E. H. Helmer, USDA Forest Service; Thomas S. Ruzycki, Colorado State University; Jay Benner, Colorado State University; Shannon M. Voggesser, Colorado State University; Barbara P. Scobie, Forestry Division; Courtenay Park, Forestry Division; David W. Fanning, Fanning Software Consulting; Seepersad Ramnarine, Forestry Division
 Estimating plant diversity from space
Steven D. Warren, US Forest Service; Anke Jentsch, University of Bayreuth; Keith D. Olson, Colorado State University; Martin Alt, Universität Koblenz - Landau
 Modeling gross primary production of a tropical semi-deciduous forest in the southern Amazon Basin
Marcelo Sacardi Biudes, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso; Maisa Souza, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso; Nadja Gomes Machado, Instituto Federal de Mato Grosso; Victor Hugo de Morais Danelichen, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso; George L. Vourlitis, California State University; José de Souza Nogueira, Universidade Federal de Mato Grosso
 Using high-resolution aerial photogrammetry to 3-dimensionally model soil erosion in rangeland ecosystems
Jeffrey Gillan, USDA ARS Jornada Experimental Range; Jason W. Karl, USDA Agricultural Research Service; Nichole N. Barger, University of Colorado Boulder; Michael C. Duniway, U.S. Geological Survey; Ahmed Elaksher, New Mexico State University
 Using Landsat sensor data as a management tool for oak woodland and savanna ecosystem restoration
Peter T. Wolter, Iowa State University; Elizabeth A. Berkley, United States Fish and Wildlife Service; Scott D. Peckham, University of Wyoming; Aditya Singh, University of Wisconsin - Madison
 The ability of high resolution aerial imagery to determine shrub location and size in creosote flats of the Sonoran and Mojave Deserts
Erika L. Mudrak, Iowa State University; Andres Fuentes Ramirez, Iowa State University; Marjolein Schat, Rutgers University; Claus Holzapfel, Rutgers University; Kirk A. Moloney, Iowa State University
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