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Examining the Utility of Visible Near-Infrared and Optical Remote Sensing for the Early Detection of Rapid 'Ōhi'a Death
The early detection of plant pathogens at the landscape scale holds great promise for better managing forest ecosystem threats. In Hawai'i, two recently described fungal species are responsible for increasingly widespread mortality in 'ōhi'a Metrosideros polymorpha, a foundational tree species in Hawaiian native forests. In this study, we share work from repeat laboratory and field measurements to determine if visible near-infrared and optical remote sensing can detect pre-symptomatic treesdoi:10.3390/rs12111846 fatcat:p7g2zyudjfhbjgqyuqxlhwuzja