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Object-oriented methods for habitat mapping at multiple scales – Case studies from Northern Germany and Wye Downs, UK

Michael Bock, Panteleimon Xofis, Jonathan Mitchley, Godela Rossner, Michael Wissen
2005 Journal for Nature Conservation  
At the regional scale, the main task was the development of a consistent object-oriented classification scheme that is transferable to satellite images for other years.  ...  Whereas the application of traditional pixel-based classification result in a pixelised (salt and pepper) representation of land cover, the object-based classification technique result in solid habitat  ...  Kleinod for support in the ground data collection. Part of this work was funded by the European Commission in the framework of the SPIN project contract no.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jnc.2004.12.002 fatcat:k2egqug52jag7plapf26g2vyxe

Remote Sensing-Based Monitoring of Potential Climate-Induced Impacts on Habitats [chapter]

Michael Förster, Marc Zebisch, Iris Wagner-Lücker, Tobias Schmidt, Kathrin Renner, Marco Neubert
2013 Advances in Global Change Research  
Acknowledgements We acknowledge the DLR for the delivery of RapidEye images as part of the RapidEye Science Archive -proposal 439.  ...  the basis for the descriptions in this chapter.  ...  The results of the percentage of tree species within the boundaries of the field-based delineated habitat types are depicted in Fig. 7 .2.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-007-7960-0_7 fatcat:ilzdbzneo5c3tmoyzngrypswfy

Habitat Mapping and Quality Assessment of NATURA 2000 Heathland Using Airborne Imaging Spectroscopy

Birgen Haest, Jeroen Vanden Borre, Toon Spanhove, Guy Thoonen, Stephanie Delalieux, Lammert Kooistra, Caspar Mücher, Desiré Paelinckx, Paul Scheunders, Pieter Kempeneers
2017 Remote Sensing  
The results of this study indicate the potential of imaging spectroscopy for detailed heathland habitat characterization of N2000 sites in a way that matches the current field-based workflows of the user  ...  to convert the LVT map to a patch map based on life forms; and (3) identification of the N2000 habitat type and conservation status parameters for each of the patches.  ...  The founding sponsors had no role in the design of the study; in the collection, analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, and in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs9030266 fatcat:q2nvpf27sve6hmnyr3a2p6scfu

Catchworks: A Historical Water-Distribution System on Mountain Meadows in Central Slovakia

Martina Slámová, Juraj Hreško, František Petrovič, Henrich Grežo
2021 Sustainability  
This result corresponds with the findings of foreign studies referring that catchworks on mountain slopes were related to livestock activities.  ...  The length of catchworks mapped in the field (1939.12 m; 2013) was supplied with potential catchworks detected from geospatial data (2877.18; 2018) and their total length in the study area increased above  ...  Moreover, a regular grid is needed for pixel based analyses of local morphometric variables (curvature in this study) to detect edge-delineating microtopography of shallow channels.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su13031107 fatcat:cbabqyirnfakrpsguemwmp264i

Grain and Extent Considerations Are Integral for Monitoring Landscape-Scale Desired Conditions in Fire-Adapted Forests

Tzeidle N. Wasserman, Andrew J. Sánchez Meador, Amy E. M. Waltz
2019 Forests  
Often, canopy cover is measured only at the scale of the spatial data product used in the analysis, and there is a mismatch between the management question and the scale of the data.  ...  When performing analyses and choosing data layers, it is essential to match the scale of the data product to the management question and understand the limitations inherent in using canopy cover as a stand-alone  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/f10060465 fatcat:wkrg5unqyjg2bhdn65t4rytuja

Human‐in‐the‐Loop Segmentation of Earth Surface Imagery

D. Buscombe, E. B. Goldstein, C.R. Sherwood, C. Bodine, J.A. Brown, J. Favela, S. Fitzpatrick, C.J. Kranenburg, J.R. Over, A.C. Ritchie, J.A. Warrick, P. Wernette
2022 Earth and Space Science  
We illustrate the scientific potential of segmentation of imagery of diverse settings and image types using six case studies from river, estuarine, and open coast environments.  ...  It is the fastest method we know of for image segmentation because it is semi-automated.  ...  Any use of trade, firm, or product names is for descriptive purposes only and does not imply endorsement by the U.S. Government. This work has been supported by the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1029/2021ea002085 fatcat:egjaefl4ejeh3obxs35f5yjwna

Remote sensing imagery in vegetation mapping: a review

Y. Xie, Z. Sha, M. Yu
2008 Journal of Plant Ecology  
of the technical procedures, which can be utilized to study vegetation cover from remote sensed images.  ...  Generally, it needs to develop a vegetation classification at first for classifying and mapping vegetation cover from remote sensed images either at a community level or species level.  ...  It was found that when a contextual technique named SPARK (SPAtial Reclassification Kernel) was implemented, vegetation classes, which were not distinguished at all by conventional per-pixel-based methods  ... 
doi:10.1093/jpe/rtm005 fatcat:z22ciuewtzctbdv34w5j5axpye

Data Semantics [chapter]

2017 Encyclopedia of GIS  
Web Mapping and Web Cartography Web Services, Geospatial Cross-References Internet-Based Spatial Information Retrieval Internet GIS  ...  Cross-References Data Infrastructure, Spatial Geography Markup Language (GML) Metadata and Interoperability, Geospatial National Spatial Data Infrastructure (NSDI) OGC's Open Standards for Geospatial Interoperability  ...  In Sap (2005) , a weighted kernel k-means algorithm is proposed to account for problems with nonlinear separability in spatiotemporal data.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-17885-1_100256 fatcat:npcac6ns2zdjfokmwpmzb2s6km

6th European Federation for Primatology Meeting, XXII Italian Association of Primatology Congress Rome, Italy, August 25-28, 2015: Abstracts

2015 Folia primatologica  
As a multidisciplinary study design, the group's feeding ecology and health status will also be analysed for possible ecological correlates to habitat-use.  ...  The main goal of this project is to point out preferences and strategies adopted by the studied group (N individuals = 31) in the use of this rare habitat, in order to contribute to the understanding of  ...  the types of early social attachment relationships that rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) infants form with their caregivers can have dramatic behavioural, biological and epigenetic consequences throughout  ... 
doi:10.1159/000435825 pmid:26338136 fatcat:gb5rdinlnrf4hgdgaxh2ntfynq

Penilaian Kualiti Laporan EIA Dalam Aspek Kajian Hakisan Tanah [article]

Abdul Mahmud
2020 Figshare  
The scale of measurement 0 to 5 has been used to rating score quality for each item. 35 samples of EIA report for housing projects from the year 2012 to 2016 were evaluated.  ...  The quality report is defined as a measure of adequacy and completeness the necessary information in the impact assessment.  ...  Proposed Algorithm will be ported on Distributed Inter Process Communication platform. Kernel modifications have to be made and several kernels were identified as satisfiable.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.12095736 fatcat:fzsit3wyqjc3fni4no4zzopz5e

Urban Land Systems: An Ecosystems Perspective

Monika Kopecká, Harini Nagendra, Andrew Millington
2018 Land  
Acknowledgments: I would like to thank all respondents for participating in this study, and the members of the FEAST Project for their assistance with this study.  ...  Abstract: The variation between land surface temperature (LST) within a city and its surrounding area is a result of variations in surface cover, thermal capacity and three-dimensional geometry.  ...  A "region of interest" (ROI) boundary representing metropolitan, municipal and village level study area was delineated for remote sensing analysis.  ... 
doi:10.3390/land7010005 fatcat:4jezkaxlvfayzevuj4rrrftreq

Dispersion [chapter]

2008 Business Site Selection, Location Analysis and GIS  
If the standard is based on a travel time, then travel times are needed to delineate the coverage area associated with a given site.  ...  into a branch and bound algorithm Based on solving a dual model generated by the relaxation of one or more model constraints.  ...  attracts the preponderance of its customers. transformation Approach based on utility theory for converting nominal, ordinal, and/or interval data to ratio data. transportation problem A problem associated  ... 
doi:10.1002/9780470432761.ch10 fatcat:e7r5a7g5ybhpzbgx6xjav2wrzq

Integration of Geo-Information in Classification Processes of Satellite Imagery for NATURA 2000 Monitoring

Michael Förster, Technische Universität Berlin, Technische Universität Berlin, Birgit Kleinschmit
2008
Moreover, for investigating the success of the integration process it is important to analyse the significance of the geo-data and the knowledge-base for the classification accuracy.  ...  The effective and meaningful usage of already available geo-data will be of major importance for satellite-based classification processes.  ...  The transferability of the classification procedure and the knowledge-base was tested for the same habitat types on the study area Lieberose.  ... 
doi:10.14279/depositonce-2040 fatcat:is54s4ngbrc2jcvbzwxg3jw7bi

Swiss MedLab 2016 and 74th Annual Meeting of the Swiss Society of Microbiology SSM, Bern, 13–16 June 2016

2016 Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine  
The LC-MS/MS-based assay described herein may increase the significance of future clinical studies investigating TMAO and related PC-derived metabolites as new metabolic markers for cardiovascular risk  ...  For these reasons, a preliminary evaluation of an AccQ•Tag™ based derivatisation method followed by a rapid UPLC® separation using a single quadrupole MS detector has been performed.  ...  In this study, we developed a specific single-cell tracking tool to study the fate of individual donor cells during ICEclc transfer.  ... 
doi:10.1515/cclm-2016-0370 fatcat:mp5dvifsxvatjjc7n5bjd74mti

Designing biology informed anthropogenically driven invasive forest pests risk models

Vivek Srivastava
2020
Species distribution modelling (SDM) is a valuable tool for predicting the potential distribution of invasive species across space and time.  ...  Climate based spatial models have the ability to provide information on current and future potential for invasion and spread.  ...  A reclassification threshold was selected based upon maximum test sensitivity and specificity for each FIS along with their respective dispersal kernel.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0392577 fatcat:jtu3inohkvce5jeckckqlbedmy
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