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Exploring the Potential for Automatic Extraction of Vegetation Phenological Metrics from Traffic Webcams
Phenological metrics are of potential value as direct indicators of climate change. Usually they are obtained via either satellite imaging or ground based manual measurements; both are bespoke and therefore costly and have problems associated with scale and quality. An increase in the use of camera networks for monitoring infrastructure offers a means of obtaining images for use in phenological studies, where the only necessary outlay would be for data transfer, storage, processing and display.doi:10.3390/rs5052200 fatcat:uizytjiq6ncupnsuui72p6mizm