alexa Remote Sensing of Ecological Hotspots: Producing Value-added Information from Multiple Data Sources

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Remote Sensing of Ecological Hotspots: Producing Value-added Information from Multiple Data Sources

Fusing high-spatial resolution panchromatic and high-spectral resolution multispectral images with complementary characteristics provides basis for complex land-use and land-cover type classifications. In this research, we investigated how well different pan sharpening algorithms perform when applied to single-sensor single-date and multi-senor multi–date images that encompass the Horton Plains national park (HPNP), a highly fragile eco-region that has been experiencing severe canopy depletion since 1970s, in Sri Lanka.

Citation: Witharana C, Nishshanka US, Gunatilaka J (2013) Remote Sensing of Ecological Hotspots: Producing Value-added Information from Multiple Data Sources. J Geogr Nat Disast 3: 108

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